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A University of Montana football camp held last weekend included two Kubs who figure to feature prominently this fall: Kendrick Wheeler and Kolby Hix. Highlight videos are online at the facebook.com/Kamiahkubsfootball page.

LEWISTON — How deep is the lineup for the Camas Prairie Zephyrs this year? Kamiah’s Willis Williamson tagged three hits including a double out of his spot at the bottom of the batting order during the first game of the only Zephyrs date last week, June 16, against the LC Cubs Legion baseball team.

Youth baseball season is in full swing, as the Clearwater Valley boys visited Kamiah and hosted Grangeville last week.

KOOSKIA — The Clearwater Valley High School fall sports schedules announced last week feature the football season opener Aug. 28 against Raft River at Middleton High School. Kickoff is 4 p.m. MT. that Saturday at the Rocky Mountain Rumble, which will also showcase Prairie against Glenns Ferr…

GRANGEVILLE — A tennis clinic for beginner through advanced players is scheduled July 12-16, with the 9:30-10:30 a.m. block each day for those learning the basics of tennis and a 10:30-12:30 p.m. block for those looking to improve skills and technique, followed by a block 1-3 p.m. each day f…

GRANGEVILLE — A mixed Chapman two-person golf scramble weekend is scheduled July 17-18 at Grangeville Country Club, with practice starting that Friday, followed by a putting contest at 6 p.m. Friday, July 16, followed by the tournament at 9 a.m. each day that Saturday and Sunday. Cost is $18…

KAMIAH — A sold-out fund-raiser raffle for the KHS football team is poised to raise about $6,000 for the Kubs, which the team will use to improve its blocking sled and add other equipment this off-season.

GRANGEVILLE — The Camas Prairie Zephyrs began their season with a strong pitching performance from Blake Schoo, and played even stronger defense behind him, and beat Moscow 6-0 in their league game Sunday, June 6. The second game of the twinbill went 8-5 in Moscow’s favor, as the Blue Devils…

An Orofino-to-Kamiah jet boat race is scheduled June 18-20, with 27-mile legs from Ahsahka Beach to Kamiah Boat Ramp starting at 9:30 a.m. that Saturday and continuing at 9:30 a.m. that Sunday. That Friday, June 18, boaters will have testing, training and registration followed by a boat show…

GRANGEVILLE — The annual Border Days Rodeo is scheduled this July 1-2-3, with performances each day at 6 p.m. and slack at 10 a.m. July 2.

WHITE BIRD — The annual Fathers Day Weekend rodeo backdropped by the Salmon River is on course for performances at 5 p.m. each day June 18-19, with main event entries open 10-7 p.m. on June 7. Main events this year once again include bareback, saddle bronc, ranch bronc and bull riding, steer…

KAMIAH — The 2021 CVRA rodeo will be presented June 19-20 by Bar X Rodeo, with mutton busting, breakaway roping, chute dogging, steer riding, bull riding, saddle bronc, team roping and barrel racing entries open through barxranches@gmail.com. Performances are 6 p.m. that Saturday and 1 p.m. …

Kamiah’s football team looked ahead to the coming fall with the area’s earliest team camp last week at the Bob Squires Sports Complex. The Kubs had as many as 30 out for their three days of drills, which included some preparation to run the ball behind blockers including Porter Whipple (righ…

MIDDLETON — Kamiah’s Jace Sams (400) and Brady Cox (110 hurdles) and Clearwater Valley’s Preston Amerman (800) all won individual titles at the 1A state championship track and field meet last Friday and Saturday, May 21-22, and the Prairie girls put together 1A Idaho’s fastest 4x200 group, w…

GRANGEVILLE — The annual Border Days Rodeo is scheduled this July 1-2-3, with performances each day at 6 p.m. Main entries are June 24 through ica.enterup.biz and local entries are open by phone call 5-7 p.m. June 16-29. See sites.google.com/view/grangevilleborderdays for details.

WHITE BIRD — The annual Fathers Day Weekend rodeo backdropped by the Salmon River is on course for performances at 5 p.m. each day June 18-19, with entries open 10-7 p.m. on June 7. See icarodeo.com or the White Bird Rodeo Facebook page for details.

Kamiah’s Brady Cox has been running ahead of all the 1A boys hurdlers North Central Idaho boasts. The annual state track and field meet presents a far bigger challenge — and Cox won the 110 meter hurdles there, too.

BOISE — After a bye in the first round of the boys singles bracket during the 3A tennis tournament May 21-22, Clearwater Valley’s Josh Francis won to reach the semifinal match. He fell to the eventual state champion, Sun Valley Community School’s Gabe Delgado, then advanced to the consolatio…

OROFINO — In his first pitching appearance — and in ace pitcher Chase Kaschmitter’s first catching appearance — regular catcher Dalton Ross produced a gem. Against him in the opening round of the 1A state baseball tournament, Glenns Ferry managed two runs on three hits, the runs coming after…

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In its second year and first full season under head coach Tommy Williamson, Kamiah’s high school baseball program marked a major milestone with its first state tournament qualification since 2003 by way of the district tournament last Friday and Saturday in Orofino. To make the district tour…

WHITE BIRD — The annual Fathers Day Weekend rodeo backdropped by the Salmon River is on course for performances at 5 p.m. each day June 18-19, with entries open 10-7 p.m. on June 7. See icarodeo.com or the White Bird Rodeo Facebook page for details.

OROFINO — Genesee capped off a 12-2 mercy rule win over Kamiah with a double that brought in three runs during the bottom of the fifth, but the outcome had been all but cemented by a six-run third, during which the Bulldogs chased KHS starter Dylan Weist and then touched up reliever Bodie No…

OROFINO — Kamiah trailed Prairie for most of the contest Thursday, May 13, but in the top of the sixth, a couple of walks — including Dylan Weist’s work through a full count with two outs — set the table for a comeback. It ended up a 9-3 Kubs win, which secured the Kubs’ first state tourname…

KOOSKIA — A 5-4 Kamiah win over Clearwater Valley Tuesday evening, May 11, propelled the baseball Kubs into the district tournament.

GRANGEVILLE — The annual Border Days Rodeo is scheduled this July 1-2-3, with performances each day at 6 p.m. Main entries are June 24 through ica.enterup.biz and local entries are open by phone call 5-7 p.m. June 16-29. See sites.google.com/view/grangevilleborderdays for details.

The American Legion baseball Camas Prairie Zephyrs are getting ready for their summer season. Male players ages 14-19 of Idaho and Lewis counties are asked to contact coach David Shears at 208-816-0201 by May 28 to apply.

COEUR D’ALENE — The Clearwater Valley tennis team put two boys in the district singles title match last weekend, and Josh Francis topped teammate Gabe Kirish for the No. 1 overall seed, which, in theory, comes with more favorable seeding at the state tournament.

LAPWAI — Kamiah trailed Logos by a fraction of a point in boys team scoring with one event remaining on Saturday, and the 4x400 relay Kubs won the last race as well as the district team title.

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LAPWAI — Kamiah trailed Logos by a fraction of a point in boys team scoring with one event remaining on Saturday, and the 4x400 relay Kubs won the last race as well as the district team title.

OROFINO — Genesee capped off a 12-2 mercy rule win over Kamiah with a double that brought in three runs during the bottom of the fifth, but the outcome had been all but cemented by a six-run third, during which the Bulldogs chased KHS starter Dylan Weist and then touched up reliever Bodie No…

OROFINO — Kamiah trailed Prairie for most of the contest Thursday, May 13, but in the top of the sixth, a couple of walks — including Dylan Weist's work through a full count with two outs — set the table for a comeback. It ended up a 9-3 Kubs win, which secured the Kubs' first state tourname…

OROFINO — The Orofino Ladies Golf Association is hosting a golf tournament and wine and microbrew tasting May 22. Sign in at 9:30 a.m. and tee off at 10:30 a.m. Men and women teams of four will play for gross, net and other prizes, and individuals who wish to play will be placed on a team.

The Kamiah Kub football team is holding a raffle fund-raiser with three top prizes provided by Flying B Ranch: first, a wild game dinner with wine pairing for up to eight people at Flying B Ranch; second, a $200 credit at the Flying B Pro Shop; and, third, a brand new pair of Danner boots co…

KAMIAH — During the final KHS home track meet of the season on May 4, Brady Cox once again swept the boys hurdles races. Gabe Eades also won two individual events, with a 12.21 in the boys 100 meter dash and a 37-5 leap in the triple jump.

LEWISTON — Clearwater Valley’s Preston Amerman put up two first place finishes at the most competitive meet area track and field athletes have seen so far this season. Faced with stiffer competition than local small-school athletes typically see during the regular season, Amerman logged pers…

CAMBRIDGE — Shada Edwards, Clay Marek and Emmy Williams all posted first-place finishes during the District III high school rodeo finale last weekend, and Edwards, Marek, Molly Johnson and Luke Olsen all put up enough points this season to make the upcoming state high school rodeo finals Jun…

COTTONWOOD — A grand slam by Connor Jackson plus three runs on free bases brought the Clearwater Valley baseball boys roaring back from an 8-0 deficit last Thursday, May 6, but Prairie relief pitcher Travis Alfrey saved Prairie’s bacon.

ST. MARIES — The Grangeville High softball girls won their district tournament opener in resounding fashion, 13-3, over Orofino. The good fortune didn’t hold, as St. Maries prevailed 13-2 in the district title game and Orofino pulled out a 14-10 win in the consolation final.

During the last Kamiah home track and field meet of the season, local athletes gave it their all. This weekend’s regional meet at Lapwai May 14-15 will mark the end of the season for some, and will mark state qualification for others. Pictured are (top left, then clockwise): Kamiah’s Gabe Ea…

During the last Kamiah home track and field meet of the season, local athletes gave it their all. This weekend’s regional meet at Lapwai May 14-15 will mark the end of the season for some, and will mark state qualification for others.

Since the first game back in March, Kamiah’s Bodie Norman has impressed as the ace and anchor of the KHS pitching staff. At the time of writing on Tuesday, he and the Kubs were still in district tournament contention; their elimination game with CV Tuesday afternoon had not yet begun. His la…

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KOOSKIA — A 5-4 Kamiah win over Clearwater Valley Tuesday evening propelled the baseball Kubs into the district tournament later this week. They'll play Prairie at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in Orofino.

Cooper Cooke scored 78 points on this ride Sunday afternoon at the annual Riggins Rodeo, and that ended up being enough for first place in the bareback riding. The Riggins event, held the first weekend in May each year, marks the start of the local rodeo season.

KAMIAH — During the course of an 11-5 Clearwater Valley win Wednesday evening, the Rams led 11-1 — largely on the strength of another fine pitching performance by Conner Jackson — and the lead proved enough to sustain even a bout of panicky play during the seventh inning, when the host Kubs …

The Clearwater Valley baseball boys’ rematch against Prairie this week may end up deciding the Whitepine League’s regular season No. 1, and the team that emerges atop the standing will hold an advantage at the district tournament. The value of being last to bat is never more clear than it wa…

KAMIAH — The Clearwater Valley/Kamiah softball co-op girls authored a split of a Friday evening double-header with Grangeville, and might have had a sweep if not for the time rule that ended both games early.

COTTONWOOD — Kamiah’s Luke Krogh won both his hurdles events and three other KHS boys took first place finishes Thursday afternoon at Prairie. Jace Sams won the 400, William Millage won the high jump, and Jack Wilkins tied with Salmon River’s Garret Shepherd for first in the pole vault.