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Prairie girls lock up state tournament berth
After the Salmon River boys take on non-league Sho-Ban tonight, they'll have two regular season games remaining, both against teams at the top of the Long Pin Conference standings.
It's senior night for the Bulldogs, and at 6 p.m. the GHS girls are hosting Moscow, which won the first meeting of the teams 44-9 in January.
Kamiah girls to meet Troy for district b-ball tournament opener
At the Lewis-Clark Activity Center in Lewiston, the No. 5 seeded Kamiah girls will face No. 4 Troy in the first round of the 1AD1 District II girls basketball tournament, which will send two Whitepine League teams to state, and possibly three.
The Grangeville girls outpaced and ultimately outscored Orofino 66-39 behind McKenzie Kennedy's 19-point night.
The state basketball tournaments are just around the corner, but local contenders will first face the winnowing wind of their respective district tournaments.
This Presidents Weekend, Feb. 13-14, Meadows Valley will be hosting a two-day Snow Jamboree for snowmobilers of all ages. Based at the location of C&M Lumber, 3625 Walker Lane and Highway 55 in New Meadows, activities and events are planned for all.
Framing Our Community and the Dust Devils ATV Club are planning to add ADA access to all of the facilities at the new Elk City Trailhead constructed in 2015. This trailhead will provide year-around shelter, bathrooms, and fire pit and informational signage to recreationists in Elk City that is accessible to disabled veterans, senior citizens and others.
A motorized recreation group — well-known in other counties — is coordinating with the Clearwater Basin Collaborative (CBC) to propose and implement the Gem Trail, a 243-mile route from Avery to Elk City with several key stops in Idaho County: in Kamiah, Kooskia and Elk City.
Apply now for bear, turkey controlled tags; Campground hosts sought for 2016; Two more hunter ed spring courses on tap; Camas Prairie FNRA banquet set Feb. 12; Salmon River Gun Club to host first meeting Wednesday.
With more than two weeks left in the regular season, the Summit boys have locked up the No. 1 seed for their district tournament.
The Bulldogs - both boys and girls - romped visiting Coeur d'Alene Charter, with the GHS boys rolling 66-38 and the girls cruising 60-20.
Starting with a win over Prairie in December, Lapwai boys have held the Whitepine League's top seed wire-to-wire, and nobody else in the league has been close. There is only one league team the Wildcats have yet to play: Kamiah, 2-5 in the WPL, has the first of its home-and-home with the Wildcats tonight.
Elks Hoop Shoot, bowling, trapshooting and basketball results.
Four locals advanced out of the Elks District Hoop Shoot for North Central Idaho, held on Saturday, Jan. 23 at Lincoln Middle School, and will compete in the state contest Feb. 6 at Caldwell. The 23 shooters who competed Saturday emerged from among 4,000 boys and girls ages 8-13 who competed at the school and local levels in the district.
In a few short months, the federal five-year post-delisting oversight window will close and Idaho will continue to sustainably manage its wolves.