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Monday night, Nov 21, the Lady Maniacs traveled to Nezperce for a non league game where the Nighthawks took the victory 36-28. Senior Grace Beardin led the Maniacs with 12 points on the night. 

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Monday night, Nov 14 the Lady Maniacs hosted the Kendrick Tigers for a non league matchup. The Tigers benefited from a 42-15 lead at the half and finished the night with the victory 59-31.

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The Orofino Lady Maniacs took to the court on Saturday, Nov. 12 for the first basketball game of the season against McCall-Donnelly.

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Hayley Bretz is a defensive specialist on the Rocky Mountain College volleyball team in Billings, MT. The team won the Frontier Conference Championship on Saturday and will advance to the national championship starting their first round in Marion, IN at 2 p.m. Saturday against Indiana Wesleyan.

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The Awards Night for Orofino/Cavendish/Peck was held on November 1 with a potluck dessert. 

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The Maniacs ended their season with a Class 2A Central Idaho League loss to the St. Maries Lumberjacks on Friday, Oct. 21 at St. Maries.

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On Wednesday, Oct. 12, the Timberline high school boys cross country team traveled to Kamiah. They competed well and are geared up for the district meet.

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Timberline’s High School Cross Country team competed in the District I/II 1A meet on Wednesday, Oct. 19 in Lewiston. The team placed 6th in a very competitive field and missed qualifying for state by a mere 19 points. Unfortunately, we were also unable to qualify any individuals missing that…

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The Lewis County Eagles earned their second playoff berth in the past four seasons with a win against the Spartans in a Whitepine League Division II game played on Friday, Oct. 21 at Craigmont.

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Congratulations to KLER’s Maniac and Spartan Pizza Factory Player of the Game recipients: Darrion Cannon (football, not pictured); Logan Hunter (Timberline football, not pictured); Mylie Zenner (volleyball) and James May (soccer)!

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Miley Zenner had nine digs and seven kills, but the Lady Maniacs dropped a 25-23, 25-23, 25-19 decision to Kellogg in opening-round Idaho Class 2A district tournament play at Genesee High School on Monday, Oct. 17 at Genesee.

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Monday night, Oct. 10, the Lady Maniacs traveled to Grangeville to face off against the Grangeville Bulldogs in a Class 2A Central Idaho League game. The Maniacs went four sets in which the Bulldogs took home the victory 25-23, 19-25, 25-23, 25-10.

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The Maniacs traveled to Post Falls on Monday, Oct. 10 to take on Priest River in the first round of the Class 3A district tournament at Real Life Fields. James May was the star of the night scoring all three goals for the Maniacs.

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The Maniacs soccer team traveled up to Post Falls on Friday, Oct. 14, for what would end up being the final game of their season against Bonners Ferry. Orofino was unable to put one in the net as they fell to the Badgers 0-2.

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Friday night, Oct. 14, the Timberline Spartans hosted the Orofino Maniacs JV team during a celebration of the Spartan seniors. The Spartans took home the victory 54-26 during this non-league game.

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Congratulations to KLER’s Maniac Pizza Factory Player of the Game recipients: Seger Pettengill (football) and Kaia Romero (volleyball, not pictured)!

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The Orofino Maniacs hosted the St. Maries Lumberjacks for a Class 3A Intermountain League game where the Maniacs claimed victory 5-1 on Thursday, Oct. 6. James May and Jase Anderson each scored two goals on the night for the Maniacs.

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The Bulldogs earned their second Class 2A Central Idaho League win 25-23, 19-25, 25-23, 25-10 versus the Maniacs on Monday, Oct. 10 at Grangeville.

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Orofino Youth Football players wrapped up their season with their final game against CV on Friday, Oct. 7. The program had a great turnout this year with a total of 41 players. We have an incredible coaching staff, supportive parents and many people who helped make this another successful fo…

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The Orofino Lady Maniacs traveled to Priest River on Tuesday, Oct. 4 for a Central Idaho League game. Olivia Johnson of the Maniacs collected 27 assists as they bring home the victory 22-25, 25-22, 25-18, 25-16.

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For some high school students, the completion of a senior project is simply the means to an end, nothing more than a checkbox on a long list of graduation requirements.

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The Orofino Lady Maniacs played host to the Kellogg Wildcats for a Class 2A Central Idaho League match where the Maniacs honored their seniors on Saturday, Oct. 8.

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The Orofino Maniacs Soccer team hosted the Grangeville Bulldogs in an Intermountain League game in which the Maniacs honored their seniors on Tuesday, Oct. 4. Four seniors scored in their final home game of their high school careers. Joel Sneddon, Trevor Staneart, Jase Anderson and Connor Po…

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Monday, night Oct 3, the Timberline Spartans traveled to Deary for a Class 1A Division II league game. This game ended in the Mustangs favor 25-13, 25-18, 25-14. This loss drops Spartans to 5-7 overall and 3-5 in league play.

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Friday night, Oct. 7, the Orofino Maniacs traveled to Priest River for a league match up. The Maniacs had a late rally powered by a pair of recovery runs by Darrion Cannon but it was not enough to claim first victory of the season. Priest River took home the win 33-18.

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On Tuesday, Oct. 4, the Timberline Cross Country team traveled to Potlatch to compete. Both the junior high girls ran sub-ten minute mile paces for one of their best runs of the year. Alyssa Stewart placed 18th with a time of 18:09 on the two mile course. Stephanie Mendez placed 20th with a …

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The Timberline Spartans hosted the Highland Huskies on Wednesday, Oct. 5, for a Whitepine League Division II game. Timberline took the victory home in three great games 25-17, 25-19, 25-23.

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The Orofino Lady Maniacs hosted the Kendrick Tigers during the annual Dig for a Cure game on Thursday Oct. 6. Orofino took home to victory after just three sets 25-23, 25-14, 25-19. Livia Johnson tallied 23 assists on the night while Grace Beardin racked up eight kills.

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The Timberline Cross Country team traveled to Lewiston on Saturday, Oct. 1 to participate in the Inland Empire Challenge.  The high school boys competed against 17 other schools from as far away as southern Idaho.  Many larger classification schools attended as this course will be the one us…

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The Maniacs traveled to Priest River for a Class 3A Intermountain League match on Thursday, Sept. 29. James May notched a hat trick of goals for the Maniacs in their 3-2 victory over Priest River.

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The Lady Spartans traveled to Nezperce Tuesday night, Sept. 27 for a Whitepine League Division II match up. After trailing early in the fifth set the Spartans rallied through and collected the victory on the night, 25-14, 17-25, 25-21, 18-25, 15-11.

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Thursday, night Sept. 29, the Lady Maniacs hosted league rivals Grangeville Bulldogs for a very intense game that ended in three sets. Riley Diffin, according to coach Heidi Summers had a “great game from the outside” tallying up 10 kills and four aces to lead the Maniacs to the victory 25-18,…

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The Lady Spartans traveled to Kendrick for a Whitepine League Division II game on Thursday, Sept. 29. Things did not work out good for the Spartans as the Tigers took the game in three sets 25-5, 25-14, 25-8.

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The Orofino Lady Maniacs traveled to Kendrick Monday, Sept. 26, for a non-league match against the Tigers. Kendrick took the night after a back and forth battle 15-25, 25-17,14-25, 25-23, 15-13. This loss dropped the Maniacs to 4-6 on the season.

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The Maniacs hosted Bonners Ferry for a 3A Intermountain League match on Saturday, Oct. 1. The Badgers took the victory from the Maniacs 2-0. The Maniacs (5-4-1, 4-4) saw a wonderful performance by goalkeeper Garrett Sanders who had nine saves on the day.