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SPORTS SECTION 2 CHENEY FREE PRESS I 3 Thursday, June 11,2015 Cheney 15 Summerhawks for summer season By AL STOVER Staff Reporter The Cheney Sum- merhawks 15U baseball team is preparing for a change of scenery. Unlike Cheney's 17U team, which plays an independent sched- ule this summer, the 15U squad will com- pete in the Spokane Indians Youth Baseball League. The Summer- hawks' will play all of their games outside of the West Plains. "We were talking with the league to see if we can use West- wood Middle School as a home field for us," 15U head coach Nick Fell said. "But we're the newbies of the league, so we understood if we had to play all of our games outside of Chenev." Fell, who was an assistant coach for the Cheney High School junior varsity team and Summerhawks, is in his first year as head coach. He said his team is comprised of high school and eighth grad- ers, many of whom have played baseball togeth- er in Little League and in All Stars. "They recognize each other's strengths," Fell said. "We have a lot of young talent. I have guys who want to work and hustle. That's what I like to see as a coach." Before the first game, Fell hopes to finalize the positions. The team is working on fundamentals, build- ing their comradery and "getting back into baseball rhythm." "We're making sure that we are on the same page," Fell said. "Base- ball is a mental game and the last thing we want as a team is to beat ourselves." While winning games is important, Fell said he wants play- ers to have fun and get experience to prepare them for next spring. "Right now, we know what we need to do to get ready for this new league," Fell said. "We are looking forward to the chal- lenge." Cheney begins its season against The Joes, June 15, at Canfield Middle School in Coeur d'Alene. Al Stover can be reached at al@cheneyfreepress.com. Spring All-League Teams Cheney Spring 2015 All GNL Teams Boys soccer Tad Tinker Senior Spencer Yeager Senior Cruz Galm Senior Oliver Smith Senior Kameron Galm Senior Softball Rachel Barsness Sophomore Adrianna Suiter Senior Meghan Krantz Freshman ~laddie Kallsen Freshman Cheyenne Hanson Senior Cheyenne Wright Senior Jeena Bushnell Senior Cassie Schliep Senior Most Valuable Player- Julia Boyd Coach of the Year- Gary Blake Track- boys Peyton Putney Freshman Steaven Zachman Senior Track- girls KD Skillingstad Sophomore KD Skillingstad Sophomore Jamie Bradley Senior KD Skillingstad Sophomore Riley Pease Sophomore Alsatta Bakana Freshman Ally Jones Sophomore Jolene Whiteley Freshman Savannah Hyde Junior Kristie McGourin Sophomore Coach of the Year- Tom Stralser Girls' Golf First Team '*Cheyenne Marchand Boy's Golf First Team Tyler Koohns Boy's Tennis First Team Ryan Smedley Ryan Axtell Boy's Tennis Ryan Smedley- Most Valuable Player, Mayor Award Ryan Axtell - Team Captain Britton Williams - Coaches Award, Spirit Award Jay T Gould - Most Improved, Mayor Award Jordan Kauwe - Most Inspi- rational Girls' Tennis First Team Katelynn Smedley Bridget Calved Baseball FirstTeam Connor Pratt- pitcher Chance Cleave -infield Dominic BonUla - catcher Second Team Kyle Jones - pitcher Baseball Dominic Bonilia - MVP Connor Pratt- Team Captain Most Inspirational - Anthony Hartman Coaches Award - Kyle Jones Medical Lake Spring Sports 2015 All NEA Baseball First Team Pitcher- Corey Wagner- 11 Second Team Pitcher- Brayden Hale- 11 Softball First Team Glori Cheevers-10 Second Team Hannah Petek-9 Soccer Forward- Nick Rosenbeck- 9 Midfield- Ryan Spangler-12 Defense-Ty Masteller-10 Offensive MVP- Wil Noble-12 First team midfield First team defense Second team midfield Second team midfield Second team goalkeeper First team infield First team outfield First team outfield First team utility Second team infield Second team infield Second team outfield Second team utility First team 200 First team 800 First team 100 hurdles First team 300 hurdles First team pole vault First team triple jump First team javelin Second team 100 Second team 4x400 Second team 4x400 Second team 4x400 Second team 4x400 Girls Golf Hannah Hartman-12 Boys Tennis Singles Noah Ray-9 Doubles Isiah Farmen-11 Austin Brown-12 Girls Tennis Doubles Annette Carlson-12 Cassidy Hagel-12 Track Girls Alexis Rolan- 100M- 10 Alexis Rolan-200M- 10 Boys Tellas Johnson- 100M- 12 Tellas Johnson- 200M- 12 Jacob Dingfield-3200M-11 Domenic Rehm-800M- 12 Domenic Rehm-1600M- 12 Boys 4x100 Meter Relay- Lack, Farmen, Wright, Johnson Marchand finishes 1 9th at state By AL STOVER Staff Reporter Cheney High School's Tyler Koohns and Chey- enne Marchand ended their season at the 2A Golf State champion- ships, May 27-28 Marchand finished 19th out of 40, shooting a combined 177 over both rounds. This is an improvement from last year's state tournament where she finished 22nd and shot a 195. Head coach Gerald Morton praised March- and's performance, saying she made great contact with the ball, however her putting game fell short. "She summed it up perfectly when she said 'It's like I completely forgot how to putt,'" Morton said. "Some- times its mental, some- times it's frustration and other times as you keep U17 continued from page 1 hitting team but they fought hard," Sharp The:C in@ ni0r shot ich wasa:PR:for a groat year for: lipping the ball out, the confidence starts going away. In her case it was a combination of all three." Morton added that Marchand has already signed up for several WJGA (Washington Ju- nior Golf Association) tournaments and will work on her golf game during the summer to prepare for her senior season. "I can guarantee that her clubs will collect no dust during the offsea- son," Morton said, Koohns shot an 81 in his first state tournament appearance but did not advance to the second round after missing the 80-stroke cutoff. During the regular ished in the top 3 in all Great Northern League tournaments, including her first win in the GNL April 28 tournament at the Fairways Golf Course. In his first year on the team, Koohns performed well at sev- eral league competitions including a third-place finish at the April 28 GNL tournament at the Links Golf Course in Post Falls, Idaho. The boy's team will lose Peter Condon, Nicholas Christianson, Matt Janes and Taylor McNall to graduatio~a~ All of the players from the girls' varsity team are expected to return next season. AI Stover can be reached at al@cheneyfreepress. said. "They were hitting season, Marchand fin- com. pitches but Riggs kept us in the game." The Summerhawks are currently 2-3. 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