Grangeville senior Luke Stokes likes running the sweep, where he can get out behind blockers including Justin Fogleman, who buried a defensive back to spring Stokes for a big run last Friday night.
Ciara Chaffee, Kendra Duclos, Kylie Tidwell and Jacey Rambo all placed for Prairie during last week’s cross-country run at Moscow, as Chaffee, Duclos and Rambo all cracked the top-10 in the underclassmen section of the 5,000 meter Bob Weisel course at at the Moscow Elks Golf Course. Tidwell placed seventh among juniors and seniors (25:29), while Chaffee (23:53), Rambo (24:02) and Duclos (24:49) posted competitive times in the younger division.
GHS special teams made three key plays as Grangeville beat Parma 44-21 last Friday night, Sept. 23.
Grangeville’s Saturday, Sept. 24 visit to St. Maries may turn into a preview of the Bulldogs’ first district tournament game in a couple weeks. GHS played the Lumberjacks to a 2-2 tie.
Prairie tallied almost instantly last Friday night, Sept. 23, with quarterback Spencer Schumacher stepping into the end zone with the first of his three rushing touchdowns less than one minute into the game, according to PHS stats.
Grangeville sophomore Adam Wonnacott ran among the top-six small school runners in Clarkston last weekend, and that got him some plaudits from coach Jim Suhr.
Clearwater Valley senior Cole Olsen finished second overall among the boys at the Seaport Invitational cross-country meet held last Saturday, Sept. 17, in Clarkston.
Salmon River won the Grangeville Tournament with a 21-18, 21-11, victory over the host Bulldogs in the final last Saturday, Sept. 17.
The Pirates rushed for 278 of 386 total yards during their 42-0 demolition of Council Friday night, Sept. 16.
It had been years since Grangeville last beat Prairie in volleyball, and the Bulldogs pulled a narrow win from a close contest Thursday night at GHS, with five sets tipping in the Bulldogs' favor (25-27, 25-16, 17-25, 25-20, 15-12) on the strength of several well-timed spikes by Maicee Conner.
Trey Pfefferkorn ran for a couple of touchdowns, Mitch Morrow ran for one and threw for three, and the CV Rams led by 40 at halftime of a 60-12 blowout win over Timberline Friday night.
McCall’s 16-9 win over GHS last Friday night, Sept. 16, is leading to significant shake-ups in how the Bulldogs will go about their business, starting with the new format the coaching staff headed by Jeff Lindsley implemented in practice Monday night.
Salmon River had no trouble with the host Indians, taking the Saturday morning match in straight sets (25-9, 25-12, 25-20).
Bulldog of the Week
Grangeville senior Alejandro Kopczynski scored twice against Orofino last week — his first goals in a Bulldogs uniform — and in the process lifted GHS to a 7-2 win over the longer-established Orofino program.
Clearwater Valley broke a drought against river rival Kamiah that had dated back to 2013, when the Rams last beat the Kubs. CV beat Kamiah 42-20 on Sept. 9.
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