Grangeville pulled away with a 43-18 win over Moscow Friday night at GHS and Kamiah handled Zero Week visitor, Victor; Salmon River ran into a powerhouse, Troy.
The JV Bulldogs first football game of the season will be at 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28 at Moscow.
With two-a-days and an intra-squad scrimmage in the books, the Grangeville High School teams are set to open regular season play with a familiar Zero Week opponent: Moscow.
At the District II officials meetings last Wednesday night, Aug. 20, “the Grangeville football team, coaches, and fans won the Sportsmanship Award for last year,” GHS football coach Jeff Lindsley said.
Fall sports practices opened statewide on Aug. 15, but teams that scheduled “Zero Week” games started working out together on Aug. 11 in preparation for their season openers.
These are the all-around winners of the Triple Bar Drill Team O-Mok-See held last Sunday, July 27.
GHS football parents meeting slated Aug. 7; ‘Raspberry ’ fun run goes Aug. 3; Football camp set Aug. 11-12; ‘Riggins Salmon Run’ fun run set to go Sept. 13; City softball showdown scheduled; St. Mary’s Hospital golf scramble set; JAKES Day all set for Aug. 9.
Grangeville's Drew Lindsley launched the discus 173-5 on Saturday and placed second at the 2014 USA Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
2015 Border Days Queen tryouts slated; 3-on-3 b-ball tournament set; Mutton Bustin’ championship entries sought; Self-defense course offered; Softball tourney sign-ups sought; Border Days entries opening; Super Hunt drawing complete; 10-year-olds can hunt under rules effective July 1
White Bird Rodeo is this weekend; Lindsley throws long; Riggins-area salmon season heats up; women's shooting clinic slated; Winchester, CVRA rodeo books open June 16; Fun run goes next Wednesday; Border Days looming, books open June 23.
Native football all-star Shebala to play in Texas; Golf tournament to benefit GHS b-ball coming up; June 14 is Free Fishing Day; 25th White Bird Rodeo on tap; Big Water Blowout coming; Riggins run set
Trapshooting, golf results
Adding yet another honor to each of their respective stables, Salmon River’s Leighton Vander Esch and Prairie’s Kyndahl Ulmer were both recognized by idahosports.com, which picked a boy and a girl out of each classification from among 50 nominees based on academics, community service, leadership and athletics.
The Daniels youngsters tagged out before the turkey season closed last week.