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Wolf control group F4WM slates Senior Center meeting; Football banquet set; Whitepine announces all-league teams.

Grangeville scores a ‘W’ at McCall

Having been on the other end of a stifling defense during a 67-35 loss on opening night, the Bulldogs took the run of play to their second opponent.

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Lindsley lifts GHS at McCall

Bulldog of the Week

Grangeville’s basketball team is very young, with the varsity squad featuring three sophomores and a freshman in outsize roles.

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State champs once again: Salmon River tops Kendrick for second consecutive 1AD2 title

Salmon River head coach Charlie Shepherd wasn't happy with his team's performance before halftime, but he was elated in the end. The Savages beat Kendrick 30-20 in the 1AD2 title game on the strength of three Canyon Harper touchdown runs, the second of which -- combined with his conversion run -- gave SRHS a 22-14 lead with just 20 seconds left in what had been a rough first half.

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All the way back

Salmon River thumps Carey 36-20, returns to 1AD2 championship game

Salmon River’s march to the 1AD2 title game began with the defending state champions ranked atop the classification according to the idahosports.com coaches poll — a status the Savages never relinquished. A loss to Lapwai Week Five broke a 13-game winning streak, and while media pollsters dropped SRHS behind Dietrich, the Savages have won six in a row since then.

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Grangeville girls open Thursday vs. Lapwai

The Bulldogs home opener had been planned for Tuesday night, Nov. 15, but that contest has been rescheduled to Thursday night, Nov. 17, with the varsity to take the floor against 1AD1 defending champion Lapwai at 7:30 p.m.

Scorecard

Football and bowling results; basketball schedules.

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Lutz steps up from the JV

Grangeville’s volleyball team found room on the floor for Kate Lutz earlier this fall, and the girls basketball varsity is following suit this winter.

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Nezperce nets a win on opening night

Clearwater Valley struck first with senior Torrie Pfefferkorn notching the first points of the season Tuesday night and Alicia Reuben leveled the score at 4-4 about three minutes into the contest against Nezperce, but the Indians scored the next three baskets won going away, 57-28.

Savages survive Deary rematch

1AD2 football

Last time Salmon River saw Deary, they pulled a fast one to beat the Mustangs in the state title game.

Snowhaven Ski Swap coming up

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.

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Loss Lindsley’s last as head coach

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.

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Pirates KO’d at Notus

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.

Zumwalt, wrestlers firing up

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.

Savages survive Deary rematch

1AD2 football

Last time Salmon River saw Deary, they pulled a fast one to beat the Mustangs in the state title game.

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