Grangeville's offense put Madison Brown (42 kills, 4.2 per game) in position to take point after point during the first day of 2A District I-II volleyball tournament day -- which GHS survived with wins over Orofino and St. Maries.
Kamiah surged to victory, 50-20, during the second half of Friday night's homecoming game. Elsewhere, Prairie and Salmon River won in lopsided fashion.
Grangeville defeated Orofino (25-9, 25-13, 20-25, 25-14) Thursday night and will be seeded higher than the Maniacs when the 2A District I-II tournament opens on Saturday, Oct. 18.
The upper and lower division 1A volleyball tournament brackets have been announced. In the upper division, CV and Kamiah open on Saturday evening, Oct. 18, at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., respectively. In the lower division, Summit will open at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18. All games are at LCSC.
After a week of shuffling players into new roles in the wake of a narrow loss in their Central Idaho League opener earlier this month, the Bulldogs played near-perfect defense in a lopsided win over St. Maries last Friday night, Oct. 10...
Having learned from their stumbles in close games against Troy late last year, the Pirates overwhelmed the Trojans last Friday night, Oct. 10, by a 64-8 margin.
Grangeville cross-country runners continued to improve; they tested the district race course Oct. 9 at Potlatch with favorable results.
Grangeville’s homecoming game this Friday night, Oct. 10, against St. Maries looms twice as large after Orofino’s narrow win last Friday night, Oct. 3.
Grangeville’s leading cross-country runners both placed sixth last Saturday, Oct. 4, at the Moscow Invitational.
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.
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 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.
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.
High school football, cross country; bowling; o-mok-see results.
High School sports week of Oct. 8-14