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Sports, Youth Sports May 8, 2019 – Coeur d’Alene Press

Courtesy photo The 208 U12 Green volleyball team took first place in the U12 division at the Evergreen Region championships April 27 at the Spokane Convention Center. From left are coach Maddy Beusan, coach Carli Daniels, Paisley Goings, Taylor Winey, Kaela Gump, Addy Hocking, Hallie Whitmire, Vanessa Kison, Emily Shafer, Isabelle Covey, Delaney Wise and coach Jessica Janke-Trevena.

Courtesy photo The T3 Smack 16U volleyball team took first place in its division at the AAU Idaho Classic last weekend in Boise. In the front row from left are Hannah Rowan, Mia Roberson, Jaya Miller, Maggie Bloom and Courtney Garwood; and back row from left, Angela Goggin, Sophia TurningRobe, Lauryn Fuller, Paige Drechsel, Brenna Hawkins, Kiki Cates, Sarah Wilkey and coach Robin Reese.

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H.S. softball: Lady Cards shoo Jackets in top-10 clash – News

Left fielder Ashley Adkins of Scott County makes a running catch to deny an early scoring threat by Woodford County in Tuesday’s softball showdown at Lois Holmes Field. The Lady Cards stormed back for six runs in the bottom of the third inning to grab an 8-6 win.

Teammates direct traffic for Scott County pinch runner Camryn Lookadoo, instructing her to stay on her feet as she scores a run during the Lady Cards’ third-inning rally Tuesday.

Scott County heard the rumbles last year, even as it pounded out a pair of softball wins over Woodford County to establish 11th Region supremacy on the way to a third KHSAA state title.

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Area Pacesetter: Rockridge’s Garrett battles back from injuries – Quad

Rockridge center fielder Kadey Garrett is this week’s Dispatch-Argus-QCOnline Area Pacesetter. In three wins last week, she tallied 4 hits, drove in 7 runs and scored 8 more runs.

EDGINGTON — Nearly a month into the high-school softball season, Rockridge senior center fielder Kadey Garrett is getting her batting stroke to where she expects it to be.

Dealing first with an injured muscle in her back sustained during a preseason indoor fielding drill, then with a Level 2 bicep strain in her right shoulder, it would be understandable that Garrett would need some time to work her way back to 100 percent efficiency.

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Date: 2019-04-17T08:41:00-0500
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