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Grangeville boys overpower Vandals, Rams



— The visiting Vandals trailed 14-0 and the Bulldogs went on to win 67-42 Tuesday night at GHS. After the game, Grangeville coach Kelcey Edwards said his players all hit goals they set before the Dec. 6 contest: rebounding for the forwards, assists for the guards.

Junior forward Ryan Ruklic led GHS with 15 points including six quick ones on three straight layups during the third quarter. The Bulldogs also scored repeatedly on back-door cuts, with senior guard Luke Stokes tallying nine—all during the second half.

Freshman guard Trey Dreadfulwater opened the scoring at 2-0 and established Grangeville's biggest lead of the night with a fastbreak layup followed by a jump shot off of a pick-and-roll during the fourth quarter, the second of which put GHS ahead by 26 at 63-37.

Dec. 8 at Clearwater Valley, the Bulldogs rolled the Rams 59-34 on the strength of Dreadfulwater’s 16-point night and 12 from Patrick Schumacher.

CV trailed 28-15 at halftime and Kamm Mangun — CV’s primary forward — fouled out.

Trey Pfefferkorn scored 11, and Josh Kolb scored 15 for CV.

Up next for Grangeville is a Dec. 19 home game against Kendrick next Monday night.

Kamiah 57, Potlatch 49

POTLATCH — Kamiah took an early lead and matched the host Loggers shot for shot the rest of the night last Friday, Dec. 9, behind Tyrel Henry’s 15, Luke Snyder’s 13 points, Kaleb Oatman’s 12 and Ben Dunning’s 10.

The Kubs took an 18-9 lead to the second quarter and equaled Potlatch the rest of the way.

Up next, Kamiah will host Genesee on Saturday, Dec. 17.



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