May 27, 2015
May 27, 2015
May 27, 2015
Blackmer Memorial tourney set May 29-30; Youth golf camp set to run June 15-19; White Bird Rodeo books open June 8; Swimming pool to open June 6; new swim classes offered; Basketball car wash scheduled for May 30.
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission recently adopted rules that took effect May 20, clarifying the disabled hunter companion and purchase of leftover youth tags rules.
Beginning June 1, 2015 private powerboaters will be required to use an online reservation system for jet boating on the Main Salmon Wild and Scenic River.
Grangeville senior Kaleala Bass capped a brilliant season with individual victories in the girls 800 (pictured, 2:17.04), 400 (58.34 seconds) and 200 (26.67), in addition to anchoring a victorious medley relay (1:52.04) earlier in the track and field meet held May 15-16 in Middleton.
Champions! :Bass leads GHS girls to first team title since ’96; Bulldogs bring home 13 top-two medals
For the Grangeville girls, Kaleala Bass’s breakthrough in the open 800 meant one big step toward reclaiming a team title GHS last won 19 years ago.
By clearing 12-0 in fewer attempts, Kamiah junior Taylor McCallister edged Clearwater Valley's Trey Pfefferkorn out of the 1A boys pole vault title on Saturday, May 16.
Smothering rain sent the 3-2-1A tennis tournament indoors last Friday, May 15, but when the sun came out last Saturday morning, the Grangeville and Clearwater Valley qualifiers who avoided elimination got a chance to play in fair weather.
Two students from Clearwater Valley and one each from Grangeville, Prairie, Highland and Kamiah have qualified for the Idaho State High School Rodeo Finals slated for June 7-13 in Pocatello.
Grangeville Country Club will host a weeklong camp instructed by Jon Stein 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 15-19.
A last-minute injury withdrawal will have Grangeville's Sarah Wilson competing this weekend at Vallivue High School in place of teammate Savannah Thanstrom, who placed second in the district's girls singles bracket. The state bracket was announced Wednesday morning.
Blackmer Memorial tournament organized; "Spring Fling" coming up this weekend; Chinook salmon stream into Idaho; CAP calls led to 111 poaching cases, 188 citations in 2014; Softball group picks up Monday, Thursday evening games; St. Mary’s slates sports physicals; F&G board to meet in Lewiston May 19-20.
For many of the dozens of area athletes who qualified to compete at the state track and field meet at Middle- ton this weekend, earning a trip to state counts as a major triumph. For the best of the best in Idaho County, qualifying is a mile-marker on the way to the apex goal: a state title.