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In a few short months, the federal five-year post-delisting oversight window will close and Idaho will continue to sustainably manage its wolves.
Two more hunter ed courses on tap; Hunter education and gun safety classes: hunter ed set Feb. 1; Camas Prairie FNRA banquet set Feb. 12; Spring soccer registration set; Free steelhead fly fishing clinic slated.
Grangeville's Shaydn Wassmuth is about “halfway there” in his quest to get back in shape following his return from a football injury.
The Grangeville boys, coming off a Central Idaho League loss to St. Maries, will pay a visit to the Rams, who are in a stretch of alternating CIL foes with league games of their own.
With several of the state's top-ranked wrestlers on hand -- including Grangeville's Shaydn Wassmuth and CV's Keiran Owens -- the action is sure to be well-waged when the Central Idaho League convenes tonight at Clearwater Valley High School.
Grangeville's Central Idaho League title hopes are on the line today at St. Maries.
Prairie put three players in double-figures, mainly by way of a second-half surge, which turned a 13-12 Kubs halftime lead into a 51-38 Pirates victory.
With three players scoring double-digits, the Lapwai girls thrashed Prairie 66-33.
Light turnout for Trekkers’ first of 2016; Two more hunter ed courses on tap; Hunter Ed set Feb. 1; Camas Prairie FNRA banquet set Feb. 12.
Bowling, trapshooting, and basketball results.
Shaydn Wassmuth had been out with a knee injury since the late stages of the football season, but showed strength and explosiveness in two competitions last week: he went undefeated at 220 pounds on Jan. 12 against the Central Idaho League, which essentially spans the district, but also on Jan. 16 at Wendell, where essentially all of the wrestlers in the state meet for a preview of the competition they’ll face at Pocatello.
The Grangeville girls shot nearly 50 percent from the field, including a seven-for-15 showing from the arc, and defeated Kamiah 59-18.
At Asotin, the Prairie girls will seek their fifth consecutive win, having defeated the Panthers once already this season. The previous meeting was a 60-28 Pirates win in December.
Behind Hailey Sullivan's 20 points and Paige Lindsley's 14, the GHS girls overcame a six-point deficit and defeated St. Maries 55-53.
Fish Creek, Cottonwood Butte and Snowhaven snow conditions.