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Brazie named NWTF ‘officer of the year’

Idaho Fish and Game Senior Conservation Officer Rob Brazie recently earned national recognition from the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) for his dedication in creating the next generation of hunters and sportsmen, as well as his accomplishments in upholding the state’s game laws.

IDFG still taking chinook season comments

If you missed your chance to provide comments on this year’s salmon season, you still have time.

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Trapshooting, bowling results.

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Zumwalt wins his last match

A half an hour before what was likely the last match of his wrestling career, Grangeville High senior Frankie Zumwalt was doing more-or-less what everyone else in the Idaho Center was doing last Saturday evening: enjoying the matches that came before his.

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State wrestlers continue in contention tomorrow

Frankie Zumwalt of Grangeville, Kieran Owens, Carson Morrow and Trae Dominguez of Clearwater Valley and Jace Perrin of Prairie are all still in contention for state titles after the first day of action at the 2A state wrestling tournament in Nampa. In addition to three semifinalists, CV has two more in contention for medals, with Taylor Roy and Ty Dominguez both winning elimination matches.

Sports...in brief

GHS girls b-ball squad banquet coming up; RMEF local chapter sets April 22 banquet; Football squad’s annual Boise State camp trip scheduled.

Fish and Game backs adding $5 license fee

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission today directed Fish and Game staff to develop a proposed bill for consideration by the Idaho Legislature that would create a new $5 charge to purchase an Adult Resident annual hunting, fishing or trapping license.

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Three Bulldogs qualify to wrestle at state

Perrin, Zumwalt, MacMeniman, Dominguez, Owens and Morrow are all state-bound as District II champs

Three Bulldogs, nine Rams, a Pirate and a trio of Kubs are all headed to the state wrestling this weekend in Nampa.

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Pirates’ runners-up run continues

1AD1 girls basketball

After Lapwai’s golden generation took a third straight state title with a 79-40 win over Prairie last Saturday, Feb. 18, PHS coach Lori Mader gave the Wildcats their due with a nod to their pending graduation: “The one thing I’m not sad at all about today is all these [Lapwai] girls going bye-bye,” Mader told the crowd in a post-game speech.

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Savages rally to place second

1AD2 girls basketball

A third come-from-behind win was not in the cards last Saturday, Feb. 18, as Butte County’s roster had simply too much depth for Paula Tucker to out-coach.

Grangeville tops Orofino; Potlatch ends CV’s season

Boys basketball

Grangeville topped Orofino for the first time all season behind Ryan Ruklic’s 10 points, 11 rebounds double-double on Monday night, Feb. 20 — and it couldn’t have come at a better time.

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Trapshooting, bowling results.

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Bledsoe notches a key ‘W’

Bulldog of the Week

When Grangeville High senior Tristen Bledsoe transferred from Moscow before his junior year, he brought one small state experience with him: he had traveled to Pocatello as an alternate, and shot video of his teammates there.

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Ruklic ready for the rematch

Bulldog of the Week

Grangeville junior Ryan Ruklic was one of a couple of Bulldogs to score 14 points at Kamiah last Thursday — and Ruklic was one of the tall players who battled Orofino’s bigs effectively during a key league game the prior Monday, Feb. 6.

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Trapshooting results.

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