Basketball

Robert Lewis, Town Hall recreation director, gave this report on Town Hall Youth Basketball.

Division 1 (ages 6-9)

On Tuesday, Jan. 24, the Shell Clippers played the Idy Music Lessons Warriors. Oliver Roger Gonzalez had a good game for the Warriors with 8 points, but Griffen Kretsinger countered with 12 points as the Clippers beat the Warriors 24-8.

In the second game,the Muir’s Mountain Realty Lakers went up against the Ferro Celtics. Katelyn Luke played good defense and scored 4 points for the Lakers and Landon Bloom scored a basket for the Celtics, but it wasn’t enough as the Lakers beat the Celtics 28-6.

On Friday, Jan. 27, the Ferro Celtics hosted the Shell Clippers. Hugo Solorio made a basket and played good defense for the Celtics, however Cole Kenyon scored 16 points as the Clippers beat the Celtics 34-11.

In the later game, the Idy Music Lessons Warriors played the Muir’s Mountain Realty Lakers. The game went back and forth with Indy Dagnall scoring 6 points for the Lakers, but Jaydon Fogle scored 6 points for the Warriors as the Warriors edged the Lakers 12-10.

Standings Wins Losses

Shell Clippers 6 0

Muir’s Mountain Realty Lakers 4 2

Idy Music Lessons Warriors 2 4

Ferro Celtics 0 6

Division 2 (ages 10-13)

On Friday, Jan. 27, the Fratello’s Mavericks played the CJ Restaurant Grizzlies. Ethan Sheppard passed the ball very well and scored 4 points for the Grizzlies, but Cristian Gonzalez scored 8 points for the Mavericks as the Mavericks beat the Grizzlies 18-9.

The Fratello’s Mavericks played a double header going against the Fairway Market Lakers. Brody Posey played very well for the Lakers with 8 points. The Mavericks got 10 points from Layton Teeguarden as they beat the Lakers 28-12.

Standings Wins Losses

Fratello’s Mavericks 4 0

CJ Restaurant Grizzlies 2 2

Fairway Market Lakers 0 4

Golf

Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines Golf Association handicap chair, provided this report about the Friday, Jan 27, monthly golf tournament held at The Country Club at Soboba Springs.

After weeks of rain, snow and the resultant cabin fever in Idyllwild, a record 30 golfers — 26 members and four non-members — attended the event. But while the sun was shining, cold winds were wreaking havoc on the scorecards.

David Hiemenz (course handicap 38) and Chris Kramer (38) tied for first place with net 73s; Dennis Chavez (9) and Pete Holzman (16) tied for third with net 75s, and Robert Priefer (25) and Scott Schroeder (20) rounded out the top five with net 77s.

The closest to the pin winners on the four par three holes were Chuck Alkire on hole no. 4, Schroeder on hole no. 8, Chavez on hole no. 13 and James White on hole no. 15.

For the 2016-17 season, which started in August  and runs through July, here are the current point standings:

Place Golfer Points

1 Barry Wallace 16

2 Pete Holzman 14.5

3 Dave Hiemenz 13.5

4 Chris Kramer 11.5

5 Jim Crandall 9

tied Lee Lanfried 9

7 Dave Robb 8.5

8 Chuck Alkire 8

9 Pete Capparelli 5

tied John LoGiudice 5

11 John Brower 4.5

tied Dennis Chavez 4.5

Bill Ragland 4.5

Lev Sanford 4.5

Barry Zander 4.5

16 Scott Schroeder 4

17 John Newman 3.5

18 Jerry Daquila 3

19 Don DePalma 2.5

tied Gary Brown 2.5

21 Tom Flanagan 1.5

tied Ken Garelick 1.5

Robert Priefer1.5

Jeff White 1.5

25 Dale Calderon 1

tied Dave Curl 1

Chris Davis 1

John King 1

James White1

30 Mike Feyder 0.5

tied Walter Reeves 0.5

Les Widerynski 0.5

Points are awarded at each tournament as follows: first place, 6 points; second place, 4 points; third place, 3 points; fourth place, 2 points; fifth place, 1 point. Also, one-half point is awarded to everyone who participates.

A member has to compete in at least five regular-season tournaments to qualify for the playoffs.

The club is a member of the Southern California Golf Association and is sanctioned to establish SCGA handicaps for members.

If interested in joining the club or playing as a guest, contact Crandall at jim.crandall@verizon.net or 951-265-5732, or Capparelli at pete@capparelli.com or 951-452-5552.

Hockey

Idyllwild’s proud hockey Dad Brian Smith submitted this account of last week’s Wildcats game:

Saturday, the Wildcats hosted the Pasadena Maple Leafs. Four minutes into the first period, Kaleb Boctor started off the scoring for the Wildcats with what would be the only goal in the period. Midway through the second period, Cole Behseresht scored to make it 2-0 Wildcats. In the last second of the second period, Scott Hommel scored, just beating the buzzer to make it 3-0 Wildcats.

The third period was all Wildcats. About seven minutes into the period, Tiffany Anderson scored to give the Wildcats a 4-0 lead. With three minutes to go, Nick Clarke scored to make it 5-0 Wildcats. Then, with seven seconds left in the game, Nick Clarke scored his second in a row, giving the Wildcats the 6-0 win and goalie Kevin Moore his fifth shut-out of the season.

The Wildcats’ next game is on their home ice at 4:45 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4, at Icetown Riverside.

Volleyball

Justin Nunn, Town Hall sports coordinator, gave this report on scores and standings for adult volleyball.

Due to weather only two games were played

Last week, Tuesday, Jan. 24, Idyllwild Garage and Idyllwild Inn battled it out. Each game was super close but Garage beat the Inn 25-21, 25-20 and 25-20.

On Wednesday, Garage played again and tried to hang on to their second-place spot. They went against La Casita, who was in third place just a game behind them. It was a full battle as Garage won the first game 25-21, La Casita won the second game 25-20, Garage won the third game 25-19, and they looked to finish La Casita off but La Casita came out strong and won the fourth game 25-22 to push it to a fifth game, which they won 15-12 and moved into second place.

Standings Wins Losses

Silver Pines 6 2

La Casita 6 3

Idyllwild Garage 6 4

Idyllwild Inn 4 5

Perez  0 8