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5th grade winners Print E-mail
2-11-16-5th-grade-bb-playerThe Kamiah 5th grade basketball team went undefeated in the Timberline Shootout Basketball Tournament on Jan. 30. They received 1st place in the tournament. Left to right: Brady Cox, Colton Sams, William Millage, Dallon Roberts, Cody Altman, Graham Marietta, Herschell Williamson, Everett Skinner, Kaden DeGroot, and Libby Richardson. Everett Skinner and Kaden DeGroot were awarded MVP’s, and Dallon Roberts won the three-point competition. Contributed photo
KHS Boys' Basketball Print E-mail


Kubs knock off Grangeville, Potlatch

     Kamiah dominated Potlatch in a Whitepine League Division I game last Friday after a trouncing by Orofino last week gave them some new perspective. Coach Ryan Ball referred to that game as “our worst game of the year.” Leading 39-11 at halftime, the Kubs had it in the bag and went on to win it 64-27.

Kub Branson Ballantyne steals the ball away from Logger Devin Richards at last Friday’s game against Potlatch while Kamiah’s Garrison Bretz assisted with a block. Janene Engle/Progress

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CVHS Boys' Basketball Print E-mail

Rams fall to Troy, Prairie   

     Last Thursday the Rams took on Troy in a white knuckle suspense match that ended in a narrow 52-50 defeat by theTrojans who were down a point entering the final period. C.V.’s Grant Wallace led the Rams with 17 points while Trey Pfefferkorn added seven.

     Then on Saturday the Rams took on #2 seed Prairie for a Whitepine League Division I game that ended in a 63-43 defeat. 

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KHS Girls' Basketball Print E-mail

Lady Kubs lose final two in playoffs

     The Lady Kubs were eliminated from the District II 1A tournament on Monday with their last game of the season. After a big 47-8 loss against Troy last Wednesday, they were hoping for a win against Genesee to stay in the playoffs.

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KEF to meet Print E-mail

Kamiah Education Foundation meeting

     The Kamiah Education Foundation’s next meeting will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Kamiah High School library and is open to the public.

     The purpose of the Kamiah Education Foundation is to enhance the education of students in Kamiah schools. We are community members, alumni and staff who value education and advocate for our students and teachers. We endeavor to build partnerships in our community. We encourage the giving of time, talent and money. We invest in the future of young citizens. We broaden horizons and prepare students to experience life in and beyond our community.


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