October 15, 2014
Anglers and local outfitters are gearing up for the fall run, as more than 300,000 adult steelhead had crossed Bonneville Dam by Sept. 24.
Queen tryouts for Kooskia Saddliers will be held Sunday, Oct. 5, 2 p.m., at Lauretta Crabtree’s home on Battle Ridge Road in Kooskia. The address is 555 Battle Ridge Road.
It can’t just be luck. Two of the three who missed just two games this week are past winners — but with another logjam at the top of last week’s pick ’em results, it helps to be a little lucky.
Grangeville’s Diego Barela ran the course at Eagle Island State Park — the course which will host the state championships on Nov. 1 — more than a minute faster than he ran it two years ago.
The regular deer season opens Oct. 10 in most regions of Idaho.
The team of Michael Gruben, Rod Eckert, Matt Dame and Dan Lustig won the St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation golf tournament with a combined score of 64 on Sept. 21 at Grangeville Country Club.
The Kamiah football team stayed unbeaten in its fifth game of the season, but the team’s run of 60-point games ended last Friday night, Sept. 26, but only by the width of one two-point conversion.
The GHS volleyball team swiped the third game and had an early grip on the fourth game, but ultimately could not overcome Orofino's quick start on Tuesday night, Sept. 30.
High school sports schedules, Sept. 29-Oct. 4
The Grangeville High School junior varsity will host Orofino Monday night, Sept. 29, at 6 p.m., at GHS.
Prairie thumped Clearwater Valley 64-8 behind rushing touchdowns on each of Lucas Arnzen's first three carries. In Grangeville, GHS rolled the Lake City JV 42-14. In Kamiah, the Kubs crushed Potlatch 58-6.
GRANGEVILLE -- Organizers will meet with those interested in establishing a 2015-2016 Grangeville High School girls soccer team at the Oscar's Conference Room at 6 p.m. on Sept. 29. Sign-up sheets are located at GEMS, GHS, and SPPS. No soccer experience is necessary.
A famous boxer supposedly said “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face.” Clearwater Valley’s designs for slowing down Kamiah took a hit 15 seconds into the game last Friday night, Sept. 19.
During the third quarter of a lopsided 41-6 win over McCall -Donnelly last Friday night, Sept. 19, Grangeville’s junior quarterback, Layton Harris, marked four games in a row with at least two touchdown passes.
Prairie locked up a season sweep of Grangeville with a Think Pink victory (25-20, 25-15, 25-13) last Monday night, Sept. 22.