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Grangeville places third in shoot-off

The annual Camas Prairie Trap Shoot came down to a shoot-off last Saturday, March 18, after 10 weeks of competition forged a three-way tie between Hermiston, Wallace-Kellogg and Grangeville.

The shoot-off left Grangeville third, and put Hermiston in first place.

The following were named all stars. Men's team: Anthony Barraco ll, T.J. Main, Will Anderson, Grant Williams and John Adams. Women’s team: Bambi Baker, Donita Powers and Maddison Roberts. Junior team: Connor Pelissier, Devon Brittner, Tristan Roberts, Sam Voyes and Nathan Jesse.

Softball clinic slated

Fishback Fastpitch will be holding a fastpitch softball Hitting and Fielding clinic to start the softball season off right. It will be held in Lewiston at Hereth Park from 9-11:30 a.m. on March 25.

It is open to girls ages 8-18. No experience is required. Cost is $40.

A mitt is required and those who have a bat are asked to bring it.

Register online at Contact coach Hailee Fishback at 208-227-4019.

Turkey Federation banquet coming up

The National Wild Turkey Federation’s local chapter will be having a great meal and a fun evening with friends and neighbors to raise awareness for the wild turkey, our hunting heritage and conservation. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. on April 8. Entertainment includes live auction, silent auction, raffles, games and giveaways.

Contact John or Kathy Warford at 208-983-1832.

Youth baseball sign-ups slated

GRANGEVILLE — Grangeville Youth Baseball sign-ups will be held 3:30-5:30 p.m. at GEMS today, March 22. The registration deadline is April 4. Kids must be age four by April 30.

Groupings are: T-ball ages 4-5, coach pitch ages 6-7, machine pitch ages 8-9, Cal Ripken boys ages 10-12 and girls softball ages 10-15.

Contact Kevin Barger at 277-6410.

RMEF local chapter sets April 22 banquet

A local chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has formed, and organizers have set their first banquet for 5 p.m. April 22 at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville.

Contact organizer Gail Chapman, 839-9990.

Football squad’s annual Boise State camp trip scheduled

GRANGEVILLE — The GHS football Bulldogs have a new head coach but their off-season schedule won’t change much.

Coach Jeff Adams has the Grangeville boys lined up to attend the annual Boise State University football camp once again, and with the team camp to run June 14-17. Camp registration is due by May 1.

“We have more opportunities this year than in the past for players to earn money to pay for camp,” Adams said.

Contact Adams, 507-1616.

Chinook fishing set

Idaho Fish and Game commissioners approved the spring chinook seasons and rules last Thursday, March 16 in Boise.

Fishing will open April 22, with a four-day-a-week season on the Clearwater River, and daily fishing on the Snake, lower Salmon and Little Salmon rivers. Once open, the seasons will continue as set until further notice.


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