September 24, 2014
September 24, 2014
High school sports schedules, Sept. 29-Oct. 4
The Grangeville High School junior varsity will host Orofino Monday night, Sept. 29, at 6 p.m., at GHS.
Prairie thumped Clearwater Valley 64-8 behind rushing touchdowns on each of Lucas Arnzen's first three carries. In Grangeville, GHS rolled the Lake City JV 42-14. In Kamiah, the Kubs crushed Potlatch 58-6.
GRANGEVILLE -- Organizers will meet with those interested in establishing a 2015-2016 Grangeville High School girls soccer team at the Oscar's Conference Room at 6 p.m. on Sept. 29. Sign-up sheets are located at GEMS, GHS, and SPPS. No soccer experience is necessary.
During the third quarter of a lopsided 41-6 win over McCall -Donnelly last Friday night, Sept. 19, Grangeville’s junior quarterback, Layton Harris, marked four games in a row with at least two touchdown passes.
Sign-ups for the Grangeville youth USA Wrestling team will be Thursday night, Sept. 25, at 6 p.m. in the GEMS community room.
Riggins man and jet boat racer Duane Carmont placed ninth in the 2014 U.S.A. Jet River Racing Series, which is based on aggregate times recorded in the Salmon, St. Joe and Snake river races held earlier this year.
For the eighth year, area high schools nominated male and female athletes, coaches, teams and boosters for the Warrior Athletic Association High School Awards banquet, to be hosted at Lewis-Clark State College next month.
“In spite of limited practices this past week because of the smoke, our runners did well,” Grangeville cross-country coach, Les Loeber, said of his team’s performance last Saturday, Sept. 20, at Clarkston.
Fish and Game’s effort to save Snake River sockeye salmon from extinction is proving to be a success, as the number of sockeye returning to Idaho has set a new modern day record.
Jake Bruner threw four touchdown passes and ran for three more as Prairie hammered Council 60-8, marking the third straight week the Pirates scored exactly 60 points.
With a high school rodeo in town last Saturday and Sunday and a couple of fun runs in the area during the last couple of weeks, we have a bit more sports news to report than usual.
Taylor McAlister and the Kubs had all the answers for Clearwater Valley during a 66-18 win in Kooskia on the Rams' homecoming night.