GRANGEVILLE — The GHS baseball and softball teams have scheduled a cornhole tournament fund-raiser to begin at noon July 3 at 125 Greenacres Lane. Cost is $50 per team, limited to the first 30 teams to register by 11 a.m. that day. Contact Josh Ebert at 208-451-5751 or Jerime Zimmerman at 50…

      KOOSKIA — The Clearwater Valley High School fall sports schedules announced last week feature the football season opener Aug. 28 against Raft River at Middleton High School. Kickoff is 4 p.m. MT. that Saturday at the Rocky Mountain Rumble, which will also showcase Prairie against Glenns Ferr…

        Youth baseball season is in full swing, as the Clearwater Valley boys visited Kamiah and hosted Grangeville last week.

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            GRANGEVILLE — The GHS baseball and softball teams have scheduled a cornhole tournament fund-raiser to begin at noon July 3 at 125 Greenacres Lane. Cost is $50 per team, limited to the first 30 teams to register by 11 a.m. that day. Contact Josh Ebert at 208-451-5751 or Jerime Zimmerman at 50…

            GRANGEVILLE — The Camas Prairie Zephyrs began their season with a strong pitching performance from Blake Schoo, and played even stronger defense behind him, and beat Moscow 6-0 in their league game Sunday, June 6. The second game of the twinbill went 8-5 in Moscow’s favor, as the Blue Devils…

              GRANGEVILLE — A tennis clinic for beginner through advanced players is scheduled July 12-16, with the 9:30-10:30 a.m. block each day for those learning the basics of tennis and a 10:30-12:30 p.m. block block each day for those looking to improve skills and technique, followed by a 1-3 p.m. e…

                KAMIAH — A sold-out fund-raiser raffle for the KHS football team is poised to raise about $6,000 for the Kubs, which the team will use to improve its blocking sled and add other equipment this off-season.

                  GRANGEVILLE — A mixed Chapman two-person golf scramble weekend is scheduled July 17-18 at Grangeville Country Club, with practice starting that Friday, followed by a putting contest at 6 p.m. Friday, July 16, followed by the tournament at 9 a.m. each day that Saturday and Sunday. Cost is $18…

                    COTTONWOOD — Register by June 15 for a youth basketball camp for grades 4-8, to be held June 21-23 at the Prairie Auxiliary Gym, 8-3 p.m. each day. Pirates Zach Rambo, Lane Schumacher, and Kyle Schwartz will be teaching the basics of basketball and improving any and all skills they already h…

                      KAMIAH — An Orofino-to-Kamiah jet boat race is scheduled June 18-20, with 27-mile legs from Ahsahka Beach to Kamiah Boat Ramp starting at 9:30 a.m. that Saturday and continuing at 9:30 a.m. that Sunday. That Friday, June 18, boaters will have testing, training and registration followed by a …

                        WHITE BIRD — Bill McPherson paced 37 finishers at the annual Just For The Hill Of It bicycle race up the Old White Bird Grade last Saturday morning, June 5, with a time of 56 minutes, 38 seconds. Second came Kaleb Bass, in 56:56, followed by Quentin Smith, Joe Thornton, Jared Hopkins and Sco…

                          COTTONWOOD — Register by June 15 for a youth basketball camp for grades 4-8, to be held June 21-23 at the Prairie Auxiliary Gym, 8-3 p.m. each day. Pirates Zach Rambo, Lane Schumacher, and Kyle Schwartz will be teaching the basics of basketball and improving any and all skills they already h…

                            GRANGEVILLE — Grangeville’s swim team, coached by Lori Zechmann, Emma Edwards and Emily Tolx, is scheduling practices 8-9:30 a.m. Monday through Friday and 5-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday starting with the swim test June 14. Grangeville’s home meet is penciled Aug. 7. Registration is open t…

                              GRANGEVILLE — GHS class of ’22 seniors Camden Barger and Bailey Vanderwall are organizing a 3-on-3 girls basketball tournament at the GEMS outdoor courts June 11, for which sign-ups are needed by June 8. Age divisions are for grades 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8. Limit four girls per team. Contact Barger…

                              Kamiah’s football team looked ahead to the coming fall with the area’s earliest team camp last week at the Bob Squires Sports Complex. The Kubs had as many as 30 out for their three days of drills, which included some preparation to run the ball behind blockers including Porter Whipple (righ…

                                GRANGEVILLE — The 2021 Grangeville Bulldogs youth basketball camp for ages K-8 is scheduled June 14-16 at GEMS. Grades 4-7 will go 8-10 a.m. with sign-up at 7:30 a.m. June 14. Grades K-3 will go 10:30-12 p.m. with sign-up at 10 a.m. June 14. Cost is $40 per child. Ages refer to the grade jus…

                                  WHITE BIRD — The annual Fathers Day Weekend rodeo backdropped by the Salmon River is on course for performances at 5 p.m. each day June 18-19, with main event entries open 10-7 p.m. on June 7. Main events this year once again include bareback, saddle bronc, ranch bronc and bull riding, steer…

                                    KAMIAH — The 2021 CVRA rodeo will be presented June 19-20 by Bar X Rodeo, with mutton busting, breakaway roping, chute dogging, steer riding, bull riding, saddle bronc, team roping and barrel racing entries open through barxranches@gmail.com. Performances are 6 p.m. that Saturday and 1 p.m. …

                                      GRANGEVILLE — The 2021 Grangeville Bulldogs youth basketball camp for ages K-8 is scheduled June 14-16 at GEMS. Grades 4-7 will go 8-10 a.m. with sign-up at 7:30 a.m. June 14. Grades K-3 will go 10:30-12 p.m. with sign-up at 10 a.m. June 14. Cost is $40 per child. Ages refer to the grade jus…

                                      Grangeville’s 2021 state track and field qualifiers are pictured (from left): James Gortsema, Zoey Bryant, Ryan Detweiler, Gabe Bybee, Brittany Farmer and Joel Gates. Not pictured: Tyler Zechman.

                                      Grangeville’s baseball team won the district title and qualified for the 2A state baseball tournament, where the Bulldogs took third place May 20-22 in Pocatello. Pictured are (from left): back row, head coach Lee Nadiger, Carter Mundt, Reece Wimer, Miles Lefebvre, Dane Lindsley, Jared Linds…

                                      Grangeville’s 2021 state tennis qualifiers are pictured (from left): Logan Bishop, Bailey Kinsley, Dane Kinsley, Bella Dame, Aiden Acton, Talia Brown, Cameran Green, Hailey Goicoa and Ginger Goins. Not pictured: Isaac Vandomelen and Emmie Told.

                                      The Prairie softball team qualified for state tournament competition, which was held May 21-22 in Nampa. Pictured are (from left): back, head coach Jeff Martin, Gracie Farr, Josie Remacle, Tara Schlader, Mackenzie Key, Amelia Uhlenkott, Riley Enneking, Laney Forsmann and assistant coach Stev…

                                      The Prairie track and field team qualified 11 to compete May 21-22 at Middleton. Pictured are (from left): Matt Coppernoll, Kristin Wemhoff, TJ Hibbard, Julia Rehder, Shane Hanson, Ellea Uhlenkott, Jesse Cronan, Olivia Klapprich, Cole Martin, Alli Geis and Zach Rambo.

                                      Prairie’s baseball team took third place at the 1A state tournament held May 21-22 at Orofino. Pictured are (from left): head coach Kyle Westhoff, Trenton Lorentz, Cody Kaschmitter, Ethan Thompson, Reece Shears, Matthew Seubert, Alex McElroy, Dean Johnson, Dalton Ross, Chase Kaschmitter, Lan…

                                        OROFINO — In his first pitching appearance — and in ace pitcher Chase Kaschmitter’s first catching appearance — regular catcher Dalton Ross produced a gem. Against him in the opening round of the 1A state baseball tournament, Glenns Ferry managed two runs on three hits, the runs coming after…

                                        POCATELLO — Grangeville’s championship aspirations survived a close call last Thursday, May 20, but not a close encounter with 2A Idaho’s best pitcher the following day. The Bulldogs won a 2-1 nail biter against Melba’s Henry Clark as Reece Wimer, Tom Reynolds, Dane Lindsley and Tori Ebert c…

                                        MIDDLETON — Kamiah’s Jace Sams (400) and Brady Cox (110 hurdles) and Clearwater Valley’s Preston Amerman (800) all won individual titles at the 1A state championship track and field meet last Friday and Saturday, May 21-22, and the Prairie girls put together 1A Idaho’s fastest 4x200 group, w…

                                          WHITE BIRD — The annual Fathers Day Weekend rodeo backdropped by the Salmon River is on course for performances at 5 p.m. each day June 18-19, with entries open 10-7 p.m. on June 7. See icarodeo.com or the White Bird Rodeo Facebook page for details.

                                          When Grangeville’s Blake Schoo scored during the seventh inning of the 2A third place state tournament baseball game — during which the Bulldogs beat Declo — it was the 48th time this spring. With that, he surpassed teammate Chase Adkison’s team record for most runs scored during a single season.

                                          CALDWELL — Prairie’s opener against Rimrock during the 1A state softball tournament on May 21 saw a near-reversal in the bottom of the seventh, but having fallen behind earlier in the game, six runs proved too much to overcome. The Pirates scored five in the final frame, according to the Lew…

                                            BOISE — After a bye in the first round of the boys singles bracket during the 3A tennis tournament May 21-22, Clearwater Valley’s Josh Francis won to reach the semifinal match. He fell to the eventual state champion, Sun Valley Community School’s Gabe Delgado, then advanced to the consolatio…

                                            Grangeville’s Blake Schoo slides in ahead of the play at third base during the Bulldogs’ 13-5 win over Declo during the 2A state tournament game played last Saturday, May 22, in Pocatello. During that game, Schoo ended up scoring for the 48th time this season, breaking a single-season school…

                                              The American Legion baseball Camas Prairie Zephyrs are getting ready for their summer season. Male players ages 14-19 of Idaho and Lewis counties are asked to contact coach David Shears at 208-816-0201 by May 28 to apply.

                                                COEUR D’ALENE — The Clearwater Valley tennis team put two boys in the district singles title match last weekend, and Josh Francis topped teammate Gabe Kirish for the No. 1 overall seed, which, in theory, comes with more favorable seeding at the state tournament.

                                                LAPWAI — Kamiah trailed Logos by a fraction of a point in boys team scoring with one event remaining on Saturday, and the 4x400 relay Kubs won the last race as well as the district team title.

                                                GENESEE — The Prairie softball girls advanced to the 1A state tournament with an 18-13 win over Kendrick at the Whitepine League’s District II tournament Thursday evening, May 13. Potlatch beat Prairie 11-1 in the district title game, so the Pirates received the district’s runner-up qualific…

                                                When the runners line up for the 2A 3,200 meter final run this Friday morning, Grangeville junior Brittany Farmer will line up toward the inside edge, as she’s seeded more than four-and-a-half minutes behind the leader out of Bear Lake who will line up at the outside.

                                                  GRANGEVILLE — The annual Border Days Rodeo is scheduled this July 1-2-3, with performances each day at 6 p.m. Main entries are June 24 through ica.enterup.biz and local entries are open by phone call 5-7 p.m. June 16-29. See sites.google.com/view/grangevilleborderdays for details.

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