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Kubs win two    

     The Kubs picked up two wins last week, concentrating heavily on their defensive plays.

     In Thursday's game, they held Troy to single digits in the last three quarters of the game finishing 50-34. Taylor McAlister scored 16 points, Parker Whipple got 15, and Chris Pethtel added 10.

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CVHS Boys' Basketball Print E-mail

Rams stomp Indians

   Tyler Palmer and Cody Morrow stole the show at last Thursday’s game against Nezperce, combining their efforts to bring in 24 points.

     The Rams held the Indians to single digit scores in each quarter with the 57-31 win. Kamm Mangun threw in nine points and Tanner Coons landed seven.“We did a pretty good job with everybody chipping in,” said CV coach Aaron Skinner.

Clearwater Valley’s Cody Morrow fights off aggressive defensive manuevers by Wildcats Cameron Shawl (10) and Tommy Miles-Williams (00). Janene Engle/Progress

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KHS Girls' Basketball Print E-mail

Lady Kubs grind on

     This year has been an exceptionally rough season for the Lady Kubs. While they fight to hold their heads up despite overwhelming disappointment, one thing remains clear; they aren’t giving up.

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CVHS Girls' Basketball Print E-mail

Lady Rams hold steady     

     The Lady Rams are slowly picking up momentum this season, giving the fans something to cheer about. With four league wins under their belt and an overall standing of 11-5, they’re keeping things interesting for sure.

     Prairie hit the ladies hard last Friday, 55-25, but they came back strong to beat Nezperce the following Tuesday, 48-32.

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Wrestlers perform well    

     The Clearwater Valley/Kamiah wrestling team went to Orofino for a tournament last week. Local results are: Ian Anderson took 1st at 160 lbs.; Zach Wilkins took 2nd at 152; Carson Morrow took 2nd at 138; and Trae Dominguez took 2nd at 220.

     “Overall Clearwater Valley took second place in team standings. It was a great tournament and all of our kids wrestled really hard. We have a lot of young wrestlers and they all wrestled really hard and we're proud of the progress they’re making. To come in second behind Lewiston out of 15 teams is a big step in the right direction for or program,” said coach Carlos Martinez.

     Team scores are as follows: First place, Lewiston with 140. Second place, Clearwater Valley with 102.5. Other scores were as follows: Elgin 81, Pine Eagle 80, Pullman 76, Joseph 61.5, Enterprise 59, Grangeville 52.5, Union 49, Potlatch 49, Orofino 37, Moscow 35, Wallowa 26, Wallace 23, and Clarkston 10.




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