October 7, 2015
Football and team roping results.
Council was the team to beat in the Long Pin Conference, the five teams in which the Lumberjacks beat by a combined 214 points last year.
Two weeks before the Whitepine League’s undefeated teams collide at Kamiah, the Pirates and Kubs made quick work of their Week 5 opposition.
Grangeville gave the Pea and Lentil Tournament’s eventual champion, Pomeroy, a bit of a scare, but the Pirates won the match in two (26-24, 25-12) last Saturday, Oct. 3.
The Bowlerettes are looking for women to join the league for the 2015-2016 bowling season. The Bowlerettes are a Monday night women’s league at Camas Lanes in Grangeville.
Robert S. Bashaw, 24, of Grangeville, was due to appear in magistrate court Tuesday, Oct. 6, on charges that he trespassed on private property south of town, shot a whitetail deer out of season and left it to waste.
The number of steelhead migrating into Idaho is increasing, as counts over Lower Granite Dam have been in the thousands for about three weeks now.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game is gathering opinions from hunters about possibly changing controlled-hunt drawing odds and increasing the number of big-game tags offered through auction.
Deer hunters are gearing up for opening day of rifle season across much of Idaho, as deer numbers are up and opportunity is high. Idaho Fish and Game has a lot of reasons to be optimistic for a very good season.
Cottonwood Gun Club will host its annual Fall Night Shoot, a six-week trapshooting event that begins Oct. 14, with a practice night on Oct. 7.
For Prairie High School senior Hailey Danly, tradition is at the root of her senior project. “I wanted to help continue Prairie’s ‘Think Pink’ volleyball tournament tradition, to keep it a strong, fun community event,” she said.
Edwards Memorial roping event set; Holt wins library’s golf club raffle; Saddliers’ queen tryouts coming up; Saddliers’ queen tryouts coming up; Youth pheasant season opens Oct. 3; Hot summer affects chinook salmon.
For the second week in a row, Grangeville played a non-league opponent that Central Idaho League rival Orofino had already beaten. For the second week in a row, GHS won in a blowout, with a recent 62-19 win over Asotin sending a signal to the CIL: the Bulldogs mean business.