Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Sports summary

Evans scores game-winning goal for Chapman

Healed from a concussion that sidelined her for the first 10 games of the season, Chapman University senior forward Aimee Evans of Ketchum scored the game-winning goal Oct. 10 in Chapman’s 1-0 women’s soccer road win over Pomona-Pitzer at Claremont, Ca. It was the eighth game-winning goal in Evans’ four-year Panthers career.
Evans led Chapman with 10 goals as a junior and 12 as a sophomore, but last Wednesday’s goal was her first of 2012, in her fifth game back from the head injury.
Chapman (10-5-0, 5-5-0 SCIAC league) was won four of the five games since her Oct. 3 return to the lineup. The Panthers are seeking their third winning season in four years, interrupted only by last fall’s 7-8-3 campaign. Chapman has five games left in the regular season starting today, Oct. 17 at home in Orange, against LaVerne.
Evans, a 2009 Wood River High School graduate, is the Hailey school's third-leading career goal scorer with 75 goals. A daughter of Rich and Juli Evans of Ketchum, she was the leader of the 18-2-1 Wolverine squad in 2008 that won the school's second straight State 4A girls’ soccer tournament consolation crown.

Middle school runners

Wood River Middle School runners wrapped up their season Oct. 11 at the conference meet in Twin Falls. Kirsys Campbell placed first among the girls, with Amy Cantrell eighth, as the Wolverines placed second as a team. Dane Thompson’s third place led Wood River to a third-place team result. Other placings:
Girls: 9—Molly Whittington. 23—Sophia Coplin. 25—Aly Cavallo. 34—Ellie Gorham. 46—Emma Flolo. 52—Marisol Baeza. 52—Marina Santos. 53—Tess Burchmore.
Boys: 18—Landon Nurge. 20—Cooper Dean. 29—Jorgen Lawrence. 31—Stephen Roth. 39—Easton Beck. 42—Zack Olenick. 43—Patrick Summerlin. 56—Will Carney. 59—Sam Fauth.

Pre-season is underway for youth hockey

Sun Valley Youth Hockey officially begins its 2012-13 season on Monday, Oct. 29, but the month of October includes a busy list of pre-season activities for the organization. The scholarship deadline is today, Wednesday, Oct. 17 and the $75 trial hockey period ends Nov. 29.
Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 22-23: Mandatory ImPACT concussion testing Oct. 22 at 3:45 p.m. at Hailey’s Wood River Middle School, and Oct. 23 at 3:45 p.m. at Wood River High School, also in Hailey.
The testing is mandatory every two years for all PeeWee age skaters (11-12) and older. All new PeeWee age skaters need to be tested.
Tuesday through Thursday, Oct. 23-25: Sun Valley Suns youth hockey camp at Sun Valley Skating Center. Ages 4-8 for $30 per child from 5-6 p.m., and ages 9-13 for $50 per child from 6:10-7:30 p.m.
Contact Charles Friedman at  HYPERLINK "" to sign up.
Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29-30: Mandatory ImPACT concussion testing at 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. each day at Hemingway Elementary School in Ketchum.
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 3-4: Coaching clinics from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. each day at the rink, for Level 1 on Nov. 3 and for Level 3 on Nov. 4. Register at
For more details or to register online visit or call SVYH administrator Jennifer Embree at 720-3644.

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