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Wrestlers perform well at state   

     On Feb. 27-28, the CV/Kamiah wrestling team went to Pocatello for the state championship tournament.

     “All of the boys wrestled very well. Dawson Fisher placed sixth at 285. Tyler Morrow placed third at 182. Zach Wilkins placed second at 152. Carson Morrow and Ian Anderson were one round out of the medals but should place next year. I am proud of the entire team and the way they wrestled,” said Coach Carlos Martinez.     

3-5-15-zack-w-second-place Above: Kamiah's Zach Wilkins (far left) placed second at 152 lbs. Below: CV's Tyler Morrow (in red shirt) placed third at 182 lbs. Contributed photos


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Eagle keeps momma cows busy - This eagle spent several hours harassing cows and newborn calves near Harpster at the end of February. Cows were running and bawling and chasing the eagle from one end of the pasture to the other, reported Dixie Lynn. “They had the calves bunched up while one or more cows watched and the other ones chased the bird. It would land in the field until a cow got close, then it would fly a little ways and land again. It landed on a pole near our house and sat there for a long time. A couple days later I found a deer carcass at the upper end of the cow pasture, so that was bringing in the birds of prey. There were at least three eagles, several crows and a flock of magpies.” Photo by Dixie Lynn near Harpster


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