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Football Squad Advances Three

Grangeville football coaches Jeff Lindsley and Jeff Adams stand behind three Bulldogs who are headed to college to play football at the next level this fall. Quarterback Layton Harris (left) is headed to North Dakota to join the University of Jamestown Jimmies, while Cole Lindsley (center) and Austin Parks (right) are headed to Caldwell to join the College of Idaho Coyotes.

Photo by Andrew Ottoson
Grangeville football coaches Jeff Lindsley and Jeff Adams stand behind three Bulldogs who are headed to college to play football at the next level this fall. Quarterback Layton Harris (left) is headed to North Dakota to join the University of Jamestown Jimmies, while Cole Lindsley (center) and Austin Parks (right) are headed to Caldwell to join the College of Idaho Coyotes.



Grangeville football coaches Jeff Lindsley and Jeff Adams stand behind three Bulldogs who are headed to college to play football at the next level this fall. Quarterback Layton Harris (left) is headed to North Dakota to join the University of Jamestown Jimmies, while Cole Lindsley (center) and Austin Parks (right) are headed to Caldwell to join the College of Idaho Coyotes.

“For kids who see this picture in the paper and decide they want to do it, the weight room is open four day a week in the morning, for all sports, boys and girls,” Lindsley said. “For football players, spring ball will start the Monday of the first full week in June, and we’ll head down to the Boise State University camp on June 15, as we’ve done the last several years.”

“We’ll have our Bulldog Golf Tournament camp fund-raiser out at the golf course on June 4,” Lindsley added. “We’ll be running the Long Dog Stand around July 4 and we’ll do a car wash. Our goal is to have every kid go to the BSU camp. We’d hate to have anybody sit out because of the cost, and it’s important for people to know this is something we fund on our own.”

Lindsley also said there are scholarship and work opportunities available for those interested in attending the camp; contact him at 983-8276.

Free Press / Andrew Ottoson



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