October 18, 2017
October 18, 2017
Nine Prairie rushing touchdowns proved more than enough in the end, but during the early phases of the Pirates’ 78-32 win Friday night, Oct. 6, the Trojans led 6-0 and 12-8.
The Salmon River boys took an 18-14 lead into halftime on the strength a touchdown run by Canyon Harper and two touchdown catches by Randy McClure, and they did not allow Garden Valley another point after halftime Friday night, Oct. 6.
Grangeville's football boys came up with critical win Friday night, Oct. 6 at St. Maries.
Football standings, bowling results.
Garfield-Palouse beat Clearwater Valley 48-26 on Friday night, Oct. 6, countering an early Bubba Summers touchdown run with four consecutive scores.
The Central Idaho League’s district volleyball tournament is cheduled for next Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 16-17, with the first three matches to go at 4 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Cottonwood annual shoot starts Oct. 11; Board approves coho fishing through Nov. 19
As part of her senior project, Grangeville High School varsity soccer player Brenda Gomez will host a soccer camp Friday, Nov. 10, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Grangeville Elementary Middle School. The camp is for students who are in public, private or home-school in kindergarten through fourth grade.
Preps Beat Journal
It's homecoming night in Kamiah, Tom's Tailgate is coming to Kooskia and Grangeville will play its first Central Idaho League game of the season.
As part of her senior project, Grangeville High School varsity soccer player Brenda Gomez will host a soccer camp Friday, Nov. 10, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Grangeville Elementary Middle School.
Bulldog of the Week
For most of the season, Grangeville’s soccer squad played without one of its key seniors, and during the two games since Ryan Ruklic returned to action, he has scored three goals and drawn praise from coach Joel Gomez.
Bowling; rodeo; football results.
Salmon River’s Canyon Harper scored four times on 10 carries and notched 242 rushing yards as the Savages improved to 5-1 on the season with a 52-0 rout of Cascade.
Early in what became a 4-3 loss last Saturday, Sept. 30, the Grangeville boys had taken a commanding lead.
The first four of eleven defendants named in an Adams County wildlife poaching conspiracy case have recently been found guilty or pleaded guilty to charges against them.