The local Babe Ruth league’s season-end tournament began with wins by Clearwater Valley and Grangeville last Monday, June 26, at CVHS. Play continued Tuesday, and the tournament will likely conclude with the final at 7 p.m. today, June 28, after an elimination game at 4:30 p.m. Pictured, CV put up big innings early during an 18-7 win over McCall.
Turns out Idaho’s mule deer fawn mortality wasn’t as bad as feared, but still the second-lowest winter survival in nearly 20 years.
Hunters have a second chance to draw a Super Hunt tag for the upcoming season.
Idaho Fish and Game fishery staff biologist Brett Bowersox recently informed anglers “fishing in the Salmon and Little Salmon rivers around Riggins was excellent this past week.”
Winchester rodeo runs June 30-July 2; ‘Capped’ elk resident tags on sale July 10; Youth golf clinic scheduled for July.
Slack 10 a.m. July 1, shows 6 p.m. July 1-2-3
The Border Days Rodeo is once again set to run July 1-2-3, 6 p.m. each night, and organizers are anticipating cowboys competing throughout the region will once again make the journey to Grangeville for a chance at a chunk of $13,800 in added money.
Route change this year to protect runners’ safety
The Firecracker Fun Run will go off this July 4 as it has for years, but will pop a bit differently this year.
The Clearwater Valley Rodeo Association’s Sunday in Kamiah last weekend, June 17-18, included a 73-point saddle bronc ride by Clancy Glenn — which was good enough to win the event.
Winners in the first of two Idaho Super Hunt drawings have been drawn.
Hunter ed courses on offer this summer; Lochsa River chinook fishing opens June 22; Youth golf clinic scheduled for July; ‘Capped’ elk resident tags on sale July 10; Softball clinic set; Trout info offered.
White Bird Rodeo
Local ranching scion Konnyr Marek had an outstanding couple of days on home turf at the 28th annual White Bird Rodeo last weekend, June 16-17, with big wins during both the main event (ranch bronc riding) and the local team roping.
Football schedules for the coming fall are penciled in and of area teams, only Grangeville has scheduled a Zero Week opponent so far.
- FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Rams roll Timberline
- Grangeville tops Prairie in five
- GHS to play at Colton
- Bulldogs net third win
- Olsen wins at Asotin, S-R sweeps Nezperce
- Rivalry renewed: Savages nip Pirates
- Extra, Extra: Clarkston edges Grangeville
- RAMPAGE: Pfefferkorn shoots for the win at the end of regulation
- Pirates run over Genesee
- Border Days Rodeo: Rainy Robinson
- Wallace dunks
- GHS Senior Boys Basketball Night 2016
- GHS Boys Basketball Senior Night
- GHS cheerleaders Dance Through the Decades
- Fly fishing clinic
- National anthem and starters at GHS senior night
- Grangeville High School senior night girls basketball highlists