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Kubs still going strong

     The Kamiah Kubs hit the Trojans like a freight train last Friday night in a Whitepine League game scoring three touchdowns in the first five plays from scrimmage with a final score of 62-6.

     All three of Parker Whipple’s passes resulted in touchdowns, after his 64 yard touchdown run laid the foundation for the game.

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CVHS Football Print E-mail

Bulldogs spoil Rams' Homecoming     

     The C.V. Rams suffered another disappointing loss during their Homecoming game last Friday against the Genesee Bulldogs. Despite a promising first quarter that delivered some crowd pleasing moments and a touchdown, the Rams couldn’t organize a successful defense against their opponent, falling behind by 22 points at halftime.

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KHS Volleyball Print E-mail

Lady Kubs endure tough week

     There are few things as frustrating as not quite making the mark where sports are concerned. The Lady Kubs suffered some setbacks early in the season dealing with the aftermath of the summer wildfires. Although, as a team, they are showing some improvement, they are still lacking a few ingredients that close the deal on the court.

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CVHS Volleyball Print E-mail

Playoffs loom for Lady Rams

     It’s been a tough season so far at C.V., the Lady Rams are still looking to claim a victory before it’s over. The lack of experience in many players at the beginning of the year didn’t help the odds of winning and although Coach Carrie Mangun has put a lot of effort into instilling the skills the girls need, there is still something missing.

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Sizzzzzling fires - The fast moving fires that swept through Kamiah last month proved lethal to slow moving critters like these three snakes. Photo by Curtis Harper

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