Delayed by two years due to the pandemic, former Lewiston High School principal and longtime official Jim Wilund will take his place within the North Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame.
The occasion, which honors highschool athletes from Districts I and II for his or her exploits throughout the calendar yr, takes place at 6:30 p.m. April 16 on the Coeur d’Alene Resort. The featured speaker for the occasion is former University of Idaho working again and present New Orleans Saints working backs coach Joel Thomas, who will likely be inducted as properly that night time.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with the banquet an hour after that.
Wilund spent 33 years as a instructor, coach and principal in North Idaho earlier than he retired from Lewiston in 2005. He grew up in Coeur d’Alene and performed soccer at UI, the place he caught 26 passes for 343 yards and a landing within the 1971 season.
After graduating, Wilund taught and coached soccer at Timberline, Post Falls and St. Maries. In 1984 he was named principal at Sandpoint, then took the identical place at Lewiston in 1988.
Wilund started working as a highschool basketball official in 1976 and officiated in 18 Idaho state basketball tournaments and 7 in baseball. He was named to the Idaho High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011.
In 1988, Wilund began officiating faculty basketball. He labored eight Frontier Conference tournaments and one NAIA nationwide match. He later turned a basketball official observer for the Pac-12 and Western Athletic conferences.
Wilund handed away at his residence right here in December 2019.
Wilund will likely be inducted, together with former UI soccer gamers Jason Shelt and Robert Young, former UI ladies’s basketball participant Emily Sann (nee Faurholt) and former Montana standout Ann Jaworski (nee Schwenke).
Tickets for the occasion are $31.75 apiece and have to be bought upfront at nihof.org, then clicking on the acquisition ticket button. Tickets are on a first-come, first-serve foundation.
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALLColton 22, Wilbur-Creston-Keller 12
COLTON — Mary Pluid went 2-for-4 with a house run and 4 RBI as Colton knocked off Wilbur-Creston-Keller in a nonleague recreation known as due to the mercy rule.
Colton (3-1) raced out to a 9-7 lead after two, then tacked on 12 extra runs within the closing two innings.
Kaydee Heitstuman and Maggie Meyer collected two hits every, and Sidni Whitcomb scored 5 occasions and had three RBI.
Wilbur-Creston-Keller 340 302—12 9 8
Sydney Robinson, Sascha Springstead (4), Kiera Miller (6) and Savana Copenhaver, Aubrey Waters (N/A); Sidni Whitcomb, Maggie Meyer (4) and Holly Heitstuman. W—Meyer. L—Springstead.
Wilbur-Creston-Keller hits — Sydney Robinson 4 (HR, 2 2B), Sascha Springstead 2, Karsen Brashears (3B), Carly Johnson, Andrea Cunningham.
Colton hits — Mary Pluid 2 (HR), Kaydee Heitstuman 2 (2B), Maggie Meyer 2, Tylar Sandoval (2B), Kate Schultheis, Holly Heitstuman.
COLLEGE FOOTBALLLoggers launch 2022 schedule
The Lewis-Clark Valley Loggers just lately launched its schedule for this fall, rising the variety of video games the staff has performed the previous couple of seasons from both six or seven to 9.
There will likely be 4 new opponents accounting for greater than half of the video games this season, together with full varsity video games towards NCAA Division III faculties University of Puget Sound and Lewis & Clark College in addition to National Junior College Athletic Association program Pacific Northwest Christian College.
The staff will play its three residence video games as soon as once more this season at Asotin High School. Game occasions will likely be introduced at a later date.
“We are excited to have so many new opponents and opportunities for games this season,” stated Bob Thorson, the director of the staff. “As more colleges and universities discover our program, these opportunities continue to increase. We also work hard to get home games, so it’s great to have three on the schedule.”
Aug. 27 — Pacific Northwest Christian College; Sept. 4 — Pac West Academy; 10 — at University of Puget Sound; 17 — at Pacific Northwest Christian College; 24 — at Lewis & Clark College; Oct. 1 — Puget Sound (Eastside) Community College; 9 — at Whitworth; 16 — at George Fox; 22 — at Puget Sound (Eastside) Community College.