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Bulldogs thunder S-R girls; Savages take two at Highland

Each team put two perimeter players in double-digits on Dec. 20, and while Grangeville’s duo of Paige Lindsley (17 points) and McKenzie Kennedy (16) outscored Salmon River’s Maddy Tucker (14) and Chevelle Shepherd (13), GHS dominated inside and won by 20, 53-33.

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Hausladen, squad amping up

Bulldog of the Week

The Grangeville High cheer squad is amping up, and sophomore Jillian Hausladen, daughter of first-year coach Renita Lee, is in the thick of it.

Prairie rips Clearwater Valley

Boys basketball

After taking their first loss of the season Saturday, Dec. 17, 59-38 at Lapwai, the Pirates hammered Clearwater Valley 74-29 on Monday night, Dec. 19.

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Courtney starts season strong

Bulldog of the Week

Grangeville junior wrestler Blake Courtney is off to a strong start.

Lapwai routs Prairie

It wasn't Lapwai's A-game, Wildcats coach Eric Spencer told the Free Press after his squad's 84-69 win at Prairie Friday night, because for a stretch of the fourth quarter, his girls simply did not play as well as they had earlier in the contest.

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Kennedy keeps up win streak

Bulldog of the Week

“We were ready for them,” GHS senior McKenzie Kennedy said of Grangeville’s lopsided win over Orofino on the first night of Central Idaho League play. “They started shooting better, so we manned up and did a great job of stopping them.”

Defense, two double-doubles lift GHS in league opener

Having trailed the visiting Maniacs 17-14 after the first quarter, the Bulldogs made an adjustment against Orofino’s hot shooting and went on to win the Central Idaho League girls basketball opener 73-25 Thursday night, Dec. 8.

Grangeville boys overpower Vandals, Rams

The visiting Vandals trailed 14-0 and the Bulldogs went on to win 67-42 Tuesday night at GHS. After the game, Grangeville coach Kelcey Edwards said his players all hit goals they set before the Dec. 6 contest: rebounding for the forwards, assists for the guards.

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Wrestlers compete in Cottonwood

Prairie will host that school's only home wrestling event of the season starting at 5 p.m., and tonight's dual will mark the first Central Idaho League event of the season. Clearwater Valley/Kamiah co-op and Grangeville wrestlers will be competing, as will Orofino and Potlatch. Elsewhere, in girls basketball action, tonight holds the Grangeville league opener, a cross-county contest with Prairie at Kamiah and, perhaps, CV's first win of the season. In boys basketball action, Grangeville visits Clearwater Valley and Prairie travels to Troy.

Scorecard

December high school sports schedules, basketball, wrestling and bowling results.

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Freshman Dreadfulwater starts, scores team high

Bulldog of the Week

Grangeville freshman guard Trey Dreadfulwater missed much of the previous basketball season with an arm injury and missed much of the track and field season after hurting it again last spring.

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Bowing Out

Grangeville’s football squad honored players and coaches during the football banquet last Thursday night, Dec. 1, at GHS.

Owens, Gonzalez power CV to first; Rams win Griswold Invitational tournament

Wrestling

Kieran Owens, reigning 2A heavyweight champion, picked up right where he left off. So did the Rams, who again won this event — the first big gathering of the season.

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Grangeville thumps McCall

The visiting Vandals trailed 14-0 and the Bulldogs went on to win 67-42 Tuesday night at GHS. After the game, Grangeville coach Kelcey Edwards said his players all hit goals they set before the contest: rebounding for the forwards, assists for the guards.

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Prairie sweeps 'Shootout'

Event nets $16K in money and food donations

The Idaho County Shootout raised $16,648 in donations, and Prairie won both of the basketball games Saturday night at GHS.

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