10 family rummage sale lots of household items, dishes, glass ware, bikes, tools, men’s and women’s and teens clothes, furniture, desks, end tables, sporting equipment, gold clubs, softball bats, above ground pool, dog beds, bathroom sink with faucet….lots more! Fundraiser for Girls Elite Softball Team….Car Wash and Bubbadogz Hot Dog Cart Serving Nathans all beef hot dogs on site!
8-4 Saturday May 17th only. Parking lot of Sunset Motors in Coeur d’Alene corner of Highway 95 and Kathleen next to Super 1 food and Home Depot.
Come out and support your NW Wildfire!
Date: Wednesday, January 22
Time: 5pm – 9pm
Location: RoundTable Pizza | 15402 E. Sprague Ave, Spokane Valley
RoundTable Pizza is donating 20% of pizza sales to NW Wildfire between 5pm and 9pm.
In addition, we will be hosting a raffle; drawing will be at 6pm. Each $5 raffle ticket will enter you in a drawing for one of the following:
- 1 – Set of 2 Adult Lift Tickets at Lookout Pass
- 2 – Set of 4 Tubing Tickets for Mt. Spokane (we will draw 2 times, each winner gets 4 Tubing Tickets)
- 3 – $50 Gift Card to Quantum Mechanics (we will draw 3 times, each winner gets $50 Gift Card)
- $30 Gift Card to Eagles Ice Arena
- $25 Gift Card to Big 5 Sporting Goods
- 3 Month Membership to Anytime Fitness – $150 value
You don’t have to be present to win a raffle item, but you do have to purchase a ticket prior to the drawing at 6pm. Raffle tickets can be purchased from players anytime prior to the event, or at RoundTable Pizza on Wednesday, 5-6pm.
Come on out and support the U-16 team at their car wash on Oct 12th, from 9:00-noon in Post Falls at the Post Falls Car Wash. This is located off Highway 41 and Mullan. For those with a sweet tooth, there will also be a bake sale.
October 6, 2013, the U-16 team coached by Todd Walker and Mike McDowell, was victorious in the Northwest Ladyshark Mike Richdale Memorial tournament in Kent WA. With only nine gals on the team for the weekend, everyone played every minute. Way to go, ladies!!!!
Tryouts for 2014 U-16 and U-18 will be August 25th 2013, 10:30-12:30 at Post Falls High School. Please contact Todd Walker with questions at (509) 590-7776.
On Jan 10th Coach Brandon Guindon and Tony Williams will take the 14U to one of the nations top locations for Girls Fast pitch Softball. They will play in Snowball College Exposure event put on by Surf City Softball. ”We have a great group of kids that are working hard to reach their goals. Our parents are very committed to helping their daughters get the opportunity to play some of the best teams in the country”. Coach Tony Williams said. Results of this tournament will be posted later to the site.
The sun was shining (mostly), but the wind was blowing for the first tournament that the 12U Wildfire girls attended in the Tri-Cities the weekend of April 9/10.
On Saturday, the Wildfire girls beat the Spokane Scream (14-2) and Seattle Fastpitch Club (13-4), but went down to a well-oiled A-team Woodinville Reign Impact team (1-11). Sunday morning the girls lost to Ferndale (4-8), but then went on to win in their next two games against Team Faith/Leffner (10-7) and Team Rampage (13-4?) – (not official – last 3 games had not been documented upon this posting).
The 10-U Red played in the Umpire Blue Tournament in Tri-cities this weekend (3-26 & 27) going 4-1. After winning all 3 games on Saturday they split on Sunday losing a close one 3-2 against the Walla Walla Explosion. Saturday’s games wins were 17-2 VS Washington Angels, 7-3 VS the La Grande Lightning and 17-3 VS the Moses Lake Rattlers 01. After losing to the Explosion they came back and won 7-4 VS the Moses Lake Rattlers 99. Great Start Girls!!!
The Northwest Wildfire went 5-1 and won twice in the championship round to win the state 10-and-under championship in Caldwell.
The Wildfire beat the Coeur d’Alene Crush 15-7 and 16-9 in the championship round.
The Wildfire opened with a 14-0 victory over the Caldwell Burn, as Reilly Williams and Ashley Fernimen teamed for a no-hitter. The Wildfire beat the Southern Idaho Ice 9-0, then lost 11-8 to the Crush. The Wildfire beat the Southern Idaho Ice 13-0 to earn another shot at the Crush in the title round.
Williams struck out 52 in 27 innings for the Wildfire. Capriel Halliday went 14 for 19, Jenna Bassett 13 for 15, Katie Kastning 11 for 18.
See full article: http://www.cdapress.com/news/sports/article_201944c4-7a33-5c37-9379-460a0c490b1b.html
OWENSBORO, Ky. — The local weather forecaster said it was going to be steamy on Wednesday, but the Northwest Wildfire were downright hot, blasting Compuware from Michigan 17-2 in five innings to win their first game at the 16-U “A” ASA National Tournament.
Jessica Ulrich went 3 for 4, homered twice and drove in six runs for the Wildfire, who closed with seven runs in the fifth inning. Ulrich had a three-run shot in the first inning and an two-run blast in the fourth.
“We wanted to get all of our people in and get used to the humidity. It is sweltering hot and it takes some time to get used to,” Wildfire coach Greg Kraft said. “It’s a good one to open on and get used to playing at the national level. We’ve played a couple since we got here, but it counts from here on out.”
Lela Work went 3 for 4 at the plate and went the distance in the circle. Work threw 65 pitches in five innings, struck out eight, scattered two hits and didn’t walk a batter.
Jessica Kraft drove in three runs and Brittany Waide and Jamie Hall had two RBIs apiece.
The Northwest Wildfire will play the Running Rebels from Southern California today.
Wildfire 600 47 — 17 15 0
Compuware 200 00 — 2 2 4
Lela Work and Brittany Waide; Megan Smith, Emily Shaw (5) and Emily Pitcole. W — Work. L — Smith.
HITS: Wild — Jessica Kraft 2, Blake Meredith, Amanda Edwards, Jessica Ulrich 3, Lela Work 3, Waide, Jessica Luppinacci, Jamie Hall 2, Brianne Joseph. Comp — Hasselbach, Pitcole. 2B — Meredith, Hall. HR — Ulrich 2, Pitcole.
Saturday, Aug 02, 2008
Owensboro, Ky. — Blake Meredith hit a home run, but it was not enough as the Northwest Wildfire fell to Georgia Impact Black 7-5 late Friday in a loser-out game at the 16-U “A” ASA National Tournament.
On Thursday, the Wildfire suffered their first loss of the tournament, a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Running Rebels out of California. Northwest’s Lela Work fired six strikeouts in 6 1/3 innings and hit a double.
The Wildfire survived their first loser-out game early Friday by defeating the Heartbreakers from Pennsylvania. Northwest’s Meredith and Jessica Ulrich combined for nine strikeouts while giving up three walks and seven hits. Amanda Edwards stroked three hits for the Wildfire and Brianne Joseph and Jessica Kraft added two apiece.
The Wildfire finished the tournament with a 2-2 record in bracket play and finished in the top 50 nationally, tying for 49th.