Grangeville’s fall sports teams have been preparing for the upcoming season, all of which officially open this week.
Youth football league picks up Aug. 25; Youth football league picks up Aug. 25; Volleyball jamboree slated Aug. 25; GHS football season to open Aug. 28; Second Salmon Run slated Sept. 12; Idahoans win all eight Super Hunt drawings, raise $142,500
Swimming and golf results.
Grangeville City League Softball Tournament 2015
The Kooskia Krush have won this one before, but not quite like they did last week. Brew Crew came within a foot of dealing Krush a loss on the last swing of the winner’s bracket semifinal, but a long out settled into the glove of the Kooskia team’s tallest player, who went to the fence to save a two-run home run and preserve a 14-13 win. The rematch in the final tipped decisively toward Krush, which led the championship game 6-0 and won it 21-11.
The Grangeville Dolphins Swim Team (pictured above) finished their season with a home meet Saturday, Aug. 15. (Left) coaches, lifeguards, volunteers and team members cheer on a young swimmer to finish a relay event. For updates on Grangeville Swim Team, check out the Facebook page. The swimmers were coached by Calen Long and Emily Kaschmitter among additional parent volunteers.
Volleyball set to begin at GHS Aug. 14; GHS football season to open Aug. 28; Swim team’s home meet slated Aug. 15; Second Salmon Run slated Sept. 12; Vander Esch getting noticed at BSU; Youth football league picks up Aug. 25
In January 2014, in response to a lawsuit brought by EarthJustice on behalf of four other pro-wolf groups, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) abruptly pulled a wolf trapper from the wilderness. Last week, EarthJustice released a letter it received on Aug. 5, in which the U.S. Forest Service said Idaho Department of Fish and Game had informed the federal agency IDFG “does not intend to conduct any wolf control actions” in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness during the coming winter.
Next Level Athlete: Michael Wilson
With football season just around the corner, the Bulldogs have their work cut out for them — without one of the players they’ve relied on most heavily the last four years.
Juniors McKenzie Kennedy and Sophie Bush — pictured the morning of Aug. 11 working with medicine balls — are two of the half-dozen Grangeville girls who have put the new weight room to good use so far this off-season.
Sale of 142 controlled hunt tags for hunts that begin in mid-August will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis at 10 a.m. MT, Aug. 11 at Fish and Game offices, license vendors and online at fishandgame.idaho.gov.
Because of a computer malfunction, Idaho Fish and Game delayed sales of its early season, unclaimed controlled hunt tags that went on sale Aug. 6 on a first-come, first served basis.
The second area National Rifle Association Women On Target instructional shooting clinic is now taking sign-ups.
If you’re looking to take a walk on the Grangeville High School track, don’t. At least not now. Today, Wednesday, Aug. 5, through Saturday, Aug. 15, the GHS track will be unavailable to the public.
Next level athlete: Kaleala Bass
The list of all the track and field state medals Kaleala Bass won during the course of four years competing in Bulldog blues begins in 2012, her freshman year, when the quartet of Sheyenne Stewart, Hannah Baker, Bass and Megan Sullivan each ran a quarter-mile of a school record 1,600-meter relay at the last meet of the season.
Kids football camp to be held Aug. 10-11; Volleyball set to begin at GHS Aug. 14; Preseason football events scheduled; Swim team’s home meet slated Aug. 15; Hunters asked to comment on proposed waterfowl seasons.