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Lapwai escapes Kamiah with a narrow win

Preps Beat Journal

It's homecoming night in Kamiah, Tom's Tailgate is coming to Kooskia and Grangeville will play its first Central Idaho League game of the season.

Soccer camp set for Nov. 10; signups are Oct. 12

As part of her senior project, Grangeville High School varsity soccer player Brenda Gomez will host a soccer camp Friday, Nov. 10, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Grangeville Elementary Middle School.

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Ruklic’s return gives GHS a lift

Bulldog of the Week

For most of the season, Grangeville’s soccer squad played without one of its key seniors, and during the two games since Ryan Ruklic returned to action, he has scored three goals and drawn praise from coach Joel Gomez.

Scorecard

Bowling; rodeo; football results.

Savages flatten Cascade; league-leading Lapwai rocks Clearwater Valley

Football

Salmon River’s Canyon Harper scored four times on 10 carries and notched 242 rushing yards as the Savages improved to 5-1 on the season with a 52-0 rout of Cascade.

GHS to honor soccer seniors Saturday

Soccer

Early in what became a 4-3 loss last Saturday, Sept. 30, the Grangeville boys had taken a commanding lead.

Poaching case gets first convictions

The first four of eleven defendants named in an Adams County wildlife poaching conspiracy case have recently been found guilty or pleaded guilty to charges against them.

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Prairie holds off Kamiah in second half

Football

The opening kickoff turned the early game into nervous moments for Prairie, but the Pirates eventually prevailed 38-12 on homecoming night, Sept. 29.

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Grangeville to visit St. Maries Friday

Football

Including touchdown runs by Justin Fogleman and Jaize Norman, the Bulldogs accomplished everything they wanted during a 48-0 win over the Lewiston JV Thursday night, Sept. 28, despite a couple of scheduling oddities — one planned and one unplanned.

Sports...in brief

Ducks down from last year, but above long term average; chukar hunters get off to good start; chinook fall harvest season sees bump.

Player protests cast doubt on NFL's future

Editorial

The NFL players’ protests have been the talk of the nation for more than a week. Everyone has a take, but almost no one has a stake. While fans feel like they’re in serious relationships with their favorite teams, the league’s marriages with gigantic television companies are the real deals.

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Prairie celebrates homecoming win over Kamiah

Preps Beat Journal

September is the time for football optimism. There will still be four weeks left in the 1AD1 regular season after Genesee plays Wallace tomorrow, and the Whitepine League lead will remain reachable for any team that might run the table. But as the only 1AD1 team to beat Prairie thus far, none looks more likely to run the table than Genesee.

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Grangeville tops Lewiston JV 48-0

Preps Beat Journal

It'll be another football-heavy week, as the local games are once again spread over multiple days. We'll be covering Grangeville's game tonight, and we'll have more on the state of the Whitepine League tomorrow.

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Harris, offense on the move

Bulldog of the Week

Tescher Harris is on fire.

GHS stumbles on Kellogg trip

Soccer

The Grangeville boys soccer team lost to Bonners Ferry 7-1 last Saturday, Sept. 26, with Ryan Ruklic scoring the Bulldogs’ lone goal.