Whitepine League coaches named Prairie running back and defensive back Cole Martin “player of the year” and put similar titles to two other Pirates: offensive player of the year Derik Shears and defensive player of the year Owen Anderson.

      High SchoolGirls Basketball2019-2020 Standings Central Idaho League    Record (12/9)League Overall Grangeville0051St. Maries0035Orofino0014     Grangeville results    G’ville 44, McCall 30    Prairie 43, G’ville 34         Grangeville schedule    G’ville at Colton, Dec. 10    G’ville at Lapw…

      Clearwater Valley wrestling coach Carlos Martinez sees the District I-II as a powerhouse once again. With 16 wrestlers cleared to start the season on his team, including two out of Kamiah, the CV/K co-operative again figures to be among the area’s strong teams.

        High SchoolGirls Basketball2019-2020 Standings Central Idaho League    Record (11/27)League Overall Grangeville0040St. Maries0014Orofino0003     Grangeville results    Grangeville 47, Prairie 45         Grangeville schedule    G’ville at McCall, Dec. 3    G’ville at Prairie, Dec. 6    G’vill…

          The annual Elks Hoop Shoot, which for GEMS students was slated Nov. 26, was postponed due to a snow day. It will instead be conducted during school sports class hours.

            High SchoolGirls Basketball2019-2020 Standings Central Idaho League         Record (11/25)League Overall Grangeville0030St. Maries0003Orofino0002     Grangeville results    Grangeville 49, Genesee 35    Grangeville 64, Kendrick 52         Grangeville schedule    G’ville vs. Prairie, Nov. 26 …

              Grangeville’s wins over Genesee and Kendrick featured timely, effective play from the Bulldogs’ forwards, with senior Colby Canaday co-leading the GHS scorers against Genesee and sophomore Talia Brown delivering a break-out performance against Kendrick.

                NEZPERCE — The Clearwater Valley girls played their way to an even score during the first quarter on opening night, Nov. 19, but led by 10 points from Jillian Lux, Nezperce turned the Rams away, 47-35. CV’s Kadance Schilling led all scorers with 15.

                The way the 2019 edition of the Grangeville-Prairie girls basketball rivalry began, nobody in the gym would have guessed it'd come down to a desperate scramble underneath the Pirates' basket as time expired. But in the end the game served as yet one more reminder how closely these rivals hav…

                  High SchoolGirls Basketball2019-2020 StandingsCentral Idaho LeagueRecordLeague Overall Grangeville0010St. Maries0000Orofino0000 Grangeville resultsGrangeville 74, Cascade 6 Grangeville scheduleG'ville vs. Kendrick, Nov. 22G'ville vs. Prairie, Nov. 26 Whitepine League (D1)RecordLeague Overall…

                  High SchoolGirls Basketball2018-19 Final StandingsCentral Idaho LeagueRecordLeague Overall Grangeville40169St. Maries221210Orofino041110 Grangeville ‘18-’19 CIL resultsGrangeville 64, Orofino 18Grangeville 42, St. Maries 28Grangeville 49, St. Maries 41Grangeville 53, Orofino 38 Grangeville ‘…

                  MOSCOW — Two snaps. It took the teams a total of 32 seconds to score two touchdowns during the 1AD1 football playoff quarterfinal last Friday night, Nov. 8 at the Kibbie Dome.

                  GRANGEVILLE — The GHS girls won a state tournament game last February for the first time since 2015, and have nearly the full roster back for this season. In addition to the state tournament experience — and their first district title since 2016 — the Bulldogs logged a lot of “competitive, h…

                    Salmon River’s Emily Diaz and Alexis Pottenger took part in the District III annual senior all-stars games held Monday night, Nov. 11 at Fruitland High School. 1A players split into north and south teams for the event; north won.

                      Lost Rivers — a misnomer in light of the Butte Count-Mackay co-operative’s undefeated record and mammoth roster — outscored the Clearwater Valley boys 42-0 during the first half of the 1AD1 football quarterfinal last Friday night, Nov. 8, in Holt Arena at Pocatello.

                        The Grangeville girls are set to open their season at home Monday, Nov. 18, against Cascade — a team Grangeville hasn’t seen since posting a 49-16 win over the Ramblers in 2014. Grangeville’s league play begins in January.

                        GRANGEVILLE — The visiting Cole Valley Christian Chargers lived up to their nickname, with shocking defense and lightning-fast offense combining for a 37-0 shutout on the Bulldogs’ home field last Friday night, Nov. 1.

                          The Whitepine League volleyball coaches recognized Kamiah’s Sidney Wilcox and Prairie’s Sierra McWilliams among the 2019 upper division all-league selections they announced last week. They named Troy’s Lindsey Kwate “player of the year” and Troy’s Debbie Blazzard “coach of the year.”

                            NEW MEADOWS — The Salmon River volleyball girls beat Tri-Valley 3-1 (25-17, 25-21, 23-25, 25-22) in the Long Pin Conference’s District III championship game Oct. 22. With the win, they advance to the 1AD2 state tournament to be held Nov. 1-2 in Lewiston. Tri-Valley swept District II runner-u…

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