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Kamiah boys grab first place at Nez Perce Games

     The team title went to the Kamiah boys at last weeks’ Nez Perce Games at Kamiah on Friday, placing first in seven events. Results for the track meet are as follows:

Girls:

Team scores - Prairie 149, Grangeville 125, Kamiah 77, Salmon River 67, Nezperce 58, Highland 51, Timberline 37, Orofino 15.

Boys:

Team scores - Kamiah 159, Grangeville 153, Orofino 86, Prairie 83, Salmon River 80, Highland 46, Nezperce 22, Timberline 13.

Kamiah's Parker Whipple stretches to his limits in the long jump to place second at the Nez Perce Games in Kamiah last week. Janene Engle/Progress

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KHS Baseball Print E-mail

Bulldogs defeat Kubs 

     The Kubs played a home game against Grangeville on Monday which resulted in an 11-1 defeat for Kamiah. No other information was provided. Their next game will be on Friday, April 29 against Genesee at home at 4 p.m. 

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CVHS Baseball Print E-mail

Rams break four-game losing streak

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     The Rams took a severe beating against Prairie last Thursday in a doubleheader that only produced one run for CV. The Pirates effortlessly defeated the Rams 11-0 in the first game and 11-1 in the second.

     A Whitepine League game against Potlatch on Tuesday resulted in a much better outcome.

CV Ram Dawson Fisher winces after taking a hit to the shoulder, earning a much deserved walk during Tuesday’s game against Potlatch. Two other CV batters were struck during the game, resulting in the pitcher being replaced. Janene Engle/Progress

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Dept. of Lands opens access gates

     On April 20, the Maggie Creek Supervisory Area of the Idaho Department of Lands in Kamiah opened the gates accessing the Woodrat Mountain block of state land to public use, ahead of the scheduled Memorial Day weekend opening. Due to high tree harvest levels it was necessary to open the gates early to facilitate harvest and hauling.

     Entrance roads are open at Suttler Creek Road, Wilson Creek Road, Harris Ridge Road, 4th of July Loop Road, Maggie Creek Road, Glenwood Meadows Road, and Smith Creek Road (at Woodrat Mountain).

     IDL asks that the public exercise extreme caution using state land on the Woodrat block. Expect delays and heavy log truck traffic. CB radios are highly recommended for travel. CB channels are generally posted at the beginning of haul routes.

     Normal road closures in the area will resume after the general elk hunting season in early November.

 
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Elk wash - On April 20, this small herd of elk arrived at this pond near Harpster and had fun playing in the water.  They danced on two feet and boxed and splashed each other.  They hung around the house for several hours. Did the horse join in the fun? That would be a neigh. Photo by Dixie Lynn, near Harpster

 

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