High school football Week Two, and bowling results.
We don’t do prizes in the office, but I found out this week just how valuable bragging rights can be. While Lorie and Nona each picked nine games correctly, the lowly sports guy muffed eight.
Grangeville’s top cross-country runners each showed more than a minute of improvement since running the 2.6-mile course here last year.
At the conclusion of a long day of volleyball, the Clearwater Valley Rams rallied from a game down to beat host Grangeville in three (12-25, 25-21, 19-17), as senior middle Raelynn Schlieper shook off an apparent upper body injury to ice the finale for CV.
Clarkston and Grangeville entered an interstate showdown last Friday night, Sept. 12, each having bagged a win over Moscow, but during the first eight minutes, the Bantams ran free.
Compared to recent history, Salmon River does not run deep — so when feature back Jimmy Shepherd sustained a hand injury at Colton, the Savages prospects took a big hit. But even if the Savages had been at full strength, their Sept. 12 matchup against Prairie would probably have gone about the same.
At the conclusion of a long day of tournament volleyball, the Clearwater Valley Rams rallied from a game down to beat host Grangeville in three (12-25, 25-21, 19-17).
Grangeville played Clarkston within one point through three quarters on Friday night, but the Bantams forced late turnovers to take away the Bulldogs' winning chances.
Prairie’s season opener featured a matchup of two of the Whitepine League’s elite teams — a rematch between teams whose places in the WPL pecking order were determined by a back-and-forth 96-point shootout last September in Cottonwood.
Prairie’s Kristin Uhlenkott played effectively in all phases of Prairie’s win last Thursday night, Sept. 4 at Grangeville.
A fun run to benefit the Families of SMA (spinal muscular atrophy) charity will be held at Lions Park and on the Grangeville truck route Sept. 20.
The Whitepine League standings include just two league games so far, with reigning WPL champion Troy and chief contender Prairie still undefeated after Week 1.
With a powerful ground game, Prairie crushed one of the teams most observers anticipate will finish near the top of the Whitepine League's upper division.
Wool Riding (a.k.a. Mutton Bustin’) will be held during the Lewiston Roundup on Thursday, Sept. 4.
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.