April 22, 2015
April 22, 2015
April 22, 2015
For Clearwater Valley fans, a win over down-river rival Kamiah always comes as a treat — and, as a bonus, the Rams’ 4-3 victory last Thursday, April 9, maintained their lead over the Kubs in the standings.
Last week was quite a week for Grangeville senior Kaleala Bass. Last Saturday was quite a day, as Bass won two events at the Moscow Invitational hours before she was named the small-classification girls track and field “athlete of the year” at the North Idaho Sports Banquet at Coeur d’Alene. A strong performance at Lapwai last Thursday, April 9, might have been even better.
Idaho County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue (SAR) will be hosting an outdoor equipment and gun show on April 25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the SAR building on Airport Road.
The Camas Prairie Bowmen and the Idaho Fish & Game will be hosting this year’s Bowhunter Education class at Grangeville Elementary-Middle School on April 25-26.
Now that golf operations at Grangeville Country Club are in full swing it’s time for members and guests to start forming Wednesday men’s play leagues.
Books for the 67th annual Riggins Rodeo are open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through April 22. The rodeo will be held May 2-3, with admission for adults $10, for children ages 7-12 $5 and kids ages six and younger free.
The Camas Prairie Friends of the NRA will host its 12th annual banquet and auction fund-raiser on behalf of the National Rifle Association Foundation.
Two doubles tandems won their matches when the Grangeville tennis squad met league foes from Coeur d’Alene Charter, Deary and Clark Fork last Saturday, April 11.
Behind seven strikeouts by Austin Parks, the Bulldogs reversed a bit of early-week misfortune that cost them a league game against St. Maries last Wednesday, April 8. After a rocky couple of innings for the fielders behind him against McCall last Friday, April 10, Parks found his groove and finished off the Vandals 14-4.
April 15 marks the opening day of Idaho’s spring general turkey hunting season, and Idaho Fish and Game statistics indicate turkey hunting remains a popular sport.
More than 100 volunteer anglers were recruited to fish the South Fork Clearwater River from Stites to Mount Idaho by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, with assistance from the Nez Perce Tribe, to help catch and collect adult steelhead from the South Fork Clearwater River for hatchery spawning needs.
Grangeville’s Taryn Godfrey, 11, shot her first turkey April 10. She is the daughter of Scott and Cindy Godfrey.
Instead of driving all the way to St. Maries, the Grangeville baseball team -- as had been scheduled for the afternoon of April 7 -- the Bulldogs will meet the Lumberjacks today, April 8, at Clearwater Park in Lewiston. The teams will play two games, with start times set for 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Young hunters are the future of conservation and the hunting tradition. By introducing our youth to the joys of hunting at an early age, we can ensure the future of hunting and conservation remains strong.
The baseball field at Clearwater Valley was swamped last Monday, April 6, forcing a postponement of the Rams’ game against Nezperce.