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The Kamiah boys basketball team defeated Clearwater Valley 40-39 with Titus Oatman scoring a free throw with 5 seconds left to break the tie. The Clearwater Valley girls basketball team easily beat Kamiah 52-29 earlier in the evening.

Only the three trustees – Smith, Lutz and Dominguez – were present at the meeting held at Clearwater Valley High School. The three voted unanimously to give a 2 percent increase to administrators and a 5 percent increase to non-certified employees.

Kooskia gets it done when it comes to taking care of its precious resource: its children. The Clearwater Valley is taking a proactive direction in funding its local schools through the Valley Educators Support Team (VEST).

Home gym advantage and all-around depth carried the Clearwater Valley-Kamiah wrestling cooperative to four dual match wins last Saturday, Jan. 27, against squads from Orofino, St. Maries, Moscow, Potlatch and Grangeville.

Having watched the Kamiah girls double up Clearwater Valley 44-21, the KHS boys played a tight game against CV last Friday night, Dec. 8. The Rams held a 13-13 halftime tie, but that was before a couple of tough plays by Kaleb Oatman — combined with a bit of sharp shooting — keyed a second-half surge and a blowout Kubs win, 51-29.

After the Clearwater Valley boys took a 6-5 lead in the first quarter Monday night, Dec. 4, they went on to beat Nezperce, 44-25, for their second win in as many games this season.