Event nets $16K in money and food donations
The Idaho County Shootout raised $16,648 in donations, and Prairie won both of the basketball games Saturday night at GHS.
Everything was in its right place Friday night at GHS, where the hosts won the varsity, JV and C games in lopsided fashion.
Orofino scored or drew a whistle just about every time they posted up 6-4 post Bayley Noah, including two touches for the big guy in the final three minutes of a 52-48 win over Salmon River Thursday night. Earlier in the night, the SRHS girls beat Orofino 60-46.
The Idaho County Shootout erupts this Saturday at GHS, where the Prairie boys and girls varsity squads are set to take on the Bulldogs at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 3.
Schedules are subject to change. Here's how they looked as of Nov. 28.
Orofino’s ace, Mayra Rodriguez, tallied a three-pointer late in the first half of the Maniacs 43-27 win over the Kubs Monday night, Nov. 28.
Area wrestlers will hit the mats Saturday, Dec. 3, at the annual Dick Griswold tournament in Potlatch, and will compete at Prairie High on Dec. 8.
Bowling, girls basketball results.
Bulldog of the Week
Senior Patrick Schumacher will be right in the middle of the GHS boys basketball offense and defense this winter, flanked by a couple of others who played soccer this fall.
The annual Upriver Rampage showdown between Clearwater Valley and Kamiah is tonight, with both boys teams player their first games of the season and the girls teams squaring off for the first time this season.
Wolf control group F4WM slates Senior Center meeting; Football banquet set; Whitepine announces all-league teams.
Having been on the other end of a stifling defense during a 67-35 loss on opening night, the Bulldogs took the run of play to their second opponent.
Bulldog of the Week
Grangeville’s basketball team is very young, with the varsity squad featuring three sophomores and a freshman in outsize roles.
Salmon River head coach Charlie Shepherd wasn't happy with his team's performance before halftime, but he was elated in the end. The Savages beat Kendrick 30-20 in the 1AD2 title game on the strength of three Canyon Harper touchdown runs, the second of which -- combined with his conversion run -- gave SRHS a 22-14 lead with just 20 seconds left in what had been a rough first half.
Salmon River thumps Carey 36-20, returns to 1AD2 championship game
Salmon River’s march to the 1AD2 title game began with the defending state champions ranked atop the classification according to the idahosports.com coaches poll — a status the Savages never relinquished. A loss to Lapwai Week Five broke a 13-game winning streak, and while media pollsters dropped SRHS behind Dietrich, the Savages have won six in a row since then.
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