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Kubs' win streak continues

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     Despite early season jitters and some concerns about this relatively young group of athletes, the Kubs have proven they are definitely a competitor to be reckoned with. They are 5-0 in the overall standings and plan on continuing that momentum at Troy on Oct. 3.

Lars Kludt uses his best defensivemaneuvers despite the obvious facemask penalty by Potlatch. Janene Engle/Progress

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Rams hoping for turnaround     

     Although their nonleague games went well this year, the Rams have struggled to get on the scoreboard in league games. They were defeated by Prairie last week 64-8, waiting to score until the last quarter. CV is 2-2 overall and 0-2 in league.

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Lady Kubs still looking for first win

     Although they are sporting a great big goose egg for the season in the win column, the Lady Kubs are determined to make this season a positive experience no matter how rough the road.Their Sept. 29 game against Orofino proved to be another downer when they lost all three non-league games (25-11, 25-18, 25-18).

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Lady Rams gain some ground

    This season has been a tough struggle for our local ladies, they have overcome many obstacles and still have the grit to keep fighting. The Lady Rams have proved they are up for the challenge.

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The Great Outdoors Print E-mail

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Country Valentine - “Back in July I was hiking to a friend's gold-dredging operation along the South Fork when my eyes beheld an amazing sight,” said photographer Greg Heun. “A cow pie with a special message. I call it A Country Valentine. One could spend hours trying to figure out how the cow created this one. I entered it in the Idaho County Fair last month and pulled a strong second place in the Professional Humor category. A baby wielding a light saber beat my cow pie out.” Photo by Greg Heun of Kamiah

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