Bowling, trapshooting, and basketball results.
Shaydn Wassmuth had been out with a knee injury since the late stages of the football season, but showed strength and explosiveness in two competitions last week: he went undefeated at 220 pounds on Jan. 12 against the Central Idaho League, which essentially spans the district, but also on Jan. 16 at Wendell, where essentially all of the wrestlers in the state meet for a preview of the competition they’ll face at Pocatello.
The Grangeville girls shot nearly 50 percent from the field, including a seven-for-15 showing from the arc, and defeated Kamiah 59-18.
At Asotin, the Prairie girls will seek their fifth consecutive win, having defeated the Panthers once already this season. The previous meeting was a 60-28 Pirates win in December.
Behind Hailey Sullivan's 20 points and Paige Lindsley's 14, the GHS girls overcame a six-point deficit and defeated St. Maries 55-53.
The Salmon River girls will look to hold on to the top spot in the Long Pin Conference, while the boys will look for their second league win tonight against Tri-Valley.
Austin Parks scored 15, Patrick Schumacher scored 10 and seven other Bulldogs scored at least one hoop as Grangeville surged to a 58-44 victory over Orofino.
Free admission to league games against St. Maries this Saturday
All Grangeville fans will get in free on this Saturday, Jan. 16, when the Bulldogs play St. Maries beginning at noon. Four games will be played, with the girls first and the boys to follow. Varsity times are 1:30 p.m. for the girls and 4:30 p.m. for the boys.
On Tuesday, the University of Jamestown football coaching staff announced GHS senior Layton Harris, of Clearwater, will join the Jimmies in the fall of 2016.
Boys Basketball; Girls Basketball; Wrestling; Bowling; Trapshooting; Elks Hoop Shoot.
Wrestlers from across the Central Idaho League will converge tonight at Prairie High School.
The Clearwater Valley girls fended off Highland's press during the first half, and lingered within about six points until a run of cold shooting let the Huskies open up a big lead Monday night.
The Prairie boys will play the first of their Whitepine League set against Troy, which will double as their fourth game in five days. Since Tuesday, the Pirates have won three contests by an average of nearly 21 points per game.
The cross-county matchup of Prairie and Clearwater Valley features teams in contention near the top of the Whitepine League, but also two of the area's outstanding senior basketball players.
Visiting Genesee came to town with as many wins (eight) as Grangeville had games played, and left with the same number. With 21 points from Hailey Sullivan, the home team pulled out a 45-28 win despite a rough shooting night.