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Homecoming parade slated; Youngsters reach title game; Anti-poaching setup CAP going on 35.

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Bulldogs eye revenge match vs. Orofino Oct. 16

A contest for control of the Central Idaho League’s top seed spun out of Grangeville’s grip despite the Bulldogs building early leads during three of the four games on Sept. 30.

Kubs tagged with first loss

Kamiah trailed by a touchdown after one quarter and Troy’s rarely-stopped offense kept the Kubs at an arm’s length during a 58-52 win in the confrontation between Whitepine League leaders last Friday, Oct. 3.

Prairie places second at Pea and Lentil Tournament

Prairie reached the championship round last Saturday, Oct. 4, at the annual Pea and Lentil Tournament but the Pirates of Pomeroy caught the Pirates of Cottonwood without senior middle Holli Uhlorn, who sat out part of the day due to illness.

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Top of Her Game

Clearwater Valley High School (class of ’96) alum Callie McPhee won the Idaho High School Activities Association’s state “Official of the Year” award by vote of IHSAA members for her work last season.

Week 6: Tough week for all pickers – except Hall, Schlader

Pigskin Prognosticators

Rhett Schlader and Jason Hall tied on last week’s football picks contest slate, which was probably the toughest set of games we’ve had so far.

Rifle hunting season opens Friday; chinook biting

Deer hunters are gearing up for opening day across Idaho, as numbers are up and opportunity is high.

Scorecard

High school football, cross country; bowling; o-mok-see results.

Calendar

High School sports week of Oct. 8-14

Calendar

Football, volleyball schedules Oct. 7-16

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Grangeville 42, Lake City JV 14: Bulldogs brace for league play

With Central Idaho League play set to open on Friday night, Oct. 3, at Orofino, Grangeville whipped the Lake City JV 42-14.

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Prairie 64, CV 8: Pirates keep pace with WPL leaders

If not for a new drainage system installed at Prairie’s field during the off-season, a midweek storm may have made a slog out of the game last Friday night, Sept. 26.

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Volleyball roundup: GHS stakes claim to Central Idaho League lead

With a run of stong play last Saturday morning, Sept. 27, Grangeville defeated both St. Maries and Coeur d’Alene Charter in straight sets. Because Orofino stumbled against St. Maries, the tri-match sweep put GHS atop the Central Idaho League standings...

GHS boosters plan fan bus to Orofino

The Grangeville Booster Club is hoping to get enough interest in a spectator bus to travel to the football game this Friday, Oct. 3, to Orofino.

Locals place at NPC event

Two locals with Grangeville High School connections competed at the Night of Champions National Physique Committee bodybuilding and fitness national qualifier last Saturday, Sept. 27.