December 3, 2016
December 2, 2016
December 1, 2016
November 29, 2016
November 30, 2016
Bulldogs honcho to develop strength and conditioning program
The Bulldogs have done a lot of winning during the seven years Jeff Lindsley has been head coach, and the GHS alum on Tuesday morning, Nov. 8, told the Free Press he took on the job with the intention of holding it for just one year.
Prairie had the 1AD1 quarterfinal firmly in hand for seven of the last eight minutes last Saturday, Nov. 5, only for Notus to mount a stunning comeback to win 38-36.
Football, bowling results.
He attributes it to good timing and bad cell coverage.
Bulldog of the Week
Grangeville’s Frankie Zumwalt was the man in the right place at the right time when the Bulldogs lined up to contest Declo’s second point-after kick last Friday night, Nov. 4.
Last time Salmon River saw Deary, they pulled a fast one to beat the Mustangs in the state title game.
Salmon River supporters regarded the quarterfinal of the 1AD2 state tournament held last Friday, Oct. 28, at Bonneville High School, as the match of the tournament, as the Savages took eventual state champion Lighthouse Christian to five sets.
Clearwater Valley’s Cole Olsen rocketed from the 17th seed to first place at the 1A state cross-country meet held last Saturday, Oct. 29, at Pocatello. Olsen, who placed sixth at state a year ago and 68th as a sophomore, had entered with a 17:35.7 districts time. He closed out his senior season with a time of 16 minutes, 44.5 seconds.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game is currently dropping water levels in Winchester Lake in order to make repairs to the dam.
Cross-country, football results.
Bulldog of the Week
One of the decisive plays during Grangeville’s overtime win over McCall was the product of one strong individual effort made possible by a broader team effort.
Lead grows to nine; Volleyball stars turn out; Wonnacott places 12th
The Snowhaven Ski Swap will be held at the Grangeville Armory this year due to a conflict at the high school, on Nov. 18-19.
Salmon River had no problem with Cascade — not until the last few minutes, when, after sending out their JV boys, the Ramblers picked up their physical play.
Bulldogs 29, Vandals 28 (OT)
All eyes were on Noah Kaschmitter after reserve quarterback Chad Simmons scrambled into the end zone with a vengeance on the second-to-last play of Grangeville's 29-28 overtime triumph Friday night, Oct. 28.