With 20 points from Trey Dreadfulwater and another 10 from Colby Kennedy, the Grangeville boys secured a 53-34 win over Genesee – their 14th of the season. Leading 17-10 after one quarter, Grangeville turned it into a blowout by holding Genesee to three in the second and four in the third, while extending the lead to 26.
“We played well in the first half,” Grangeville head coach Kelcey Edwards told the Free Press. “Our defense held Genesee to 22 percent shooting on the night. We had 18 assists for the game and ended up out rebounding Genesee 32-30. We were able to get a lot of playing time for a lot of different players, which is good if the players are called upon to play minutes at districts.”
Grangeville (14-3) has home games coming up at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 1 against Tri-Valley and Feb. 8 against Timberline, with the regular season finale set for Feb. 12 at Orofino.