Orofino came back from a three-point deficit in the fifth set to defeat the Kendrick Tigers on the Lady Maniacs’ home court Tuesday, Sept. 22, 25-20, 17-25, 26-24, 22-25, 17-15.
Orofino Junior-Senior High School Maniacs are in the midst of Homecoming week! The students and staff are showing their Maniac pride during dress up days and lunchtime activities. The Maniacs play every evening, please come support them.
Congratulations to KLER’s Maniac Pizza Factory Player of the Game winners from volleyball and soccer so far this season: Kamryn Turcott, Kaylynn Johnson and Lindi Kessinger.
Safety protocols will be in place for the Orofino Junior High football game held in Grangeville this Wednesday, Sept. 16. Masks are not required, but encouraged. Social distancing is recommended for the fans.
On Saturday, Sept. 12, Senior Kaylynn Johnson racked up eight kills and 23 assists for Orofino High School as the Maniacs captured their second volleyball win of the season, beating the Lapwai Wildcats 25-14, 17-25, 18-25, 25-23, 15-10.
The Orofino/Pierce Gun Club had their first 22LR rifle competition on Saturday, Aug. 22. More than a dozen shooters tested their skills. Everyone had a good time and are looking forward to next spring when the competitions will be held once a month through the summer.
Idaho cyclists of all ages and abilities can now connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for cycling and a desire to support adaptive sports across the state.
Orofino Youth Football sign-ups for third through sixth grade are set for Monday, Aug. 17, 5 p.m. at the Orofino City Park, with practice following until 6:30 p.m.
Orofino Junior High Football equipment will be handed out on Wednesday, Aug. 19 at 7 p.m. outside the back of the gym near the football field at Orofino Junior/Senior High School.
Lewis-Clark State College will hold two four-person scramble golf tournaments on the weekend of Aug. 29-30 that will benefit different scholarship funds at the institution.
I hope your summer has been as fun and relaxing as possible with all the concerns we have with the COVID virus. It is now time to start thinking about cross country. I would like to invite you to be a part of our team this year. The team is a district team so runners from both Timberline and…
Levi and Tess Bradley and their sons attended the Idaho State Trap Shoot in Boise last week where their son Bruce shot amazingly. He won all nine events he was entered in throughout the four days of shooting, and also won the Idaho State Championship in sub junior singles, doubles, handicap,…
Bruce Bradley, 12, of Orofino, competed in seven trap shooting events during the Western Zone Shoot at Colton, WA, last weekend. He was able to win five of the seven events.
The Sixth Annual “Old Guys Softball Game” played Wednesday, July 15, at the Orofino City Park baseball field. The annual event is held as a fundraiser for the Orofino Merchants American Legional Baseball team.
Athletes, teams and coaches from several area high schools, the University of Idaho and Lewis-Clark State College were announced as winners on Saturday, April 25 for the annual North Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame awards.
The Lewiston Invitational was held at Vollmer Bowl on Saturday, March 14. Orofino’s defending Idaho 2A pole vault state champion Eric Perry had a 3-inch personal record and won the boys’ pole vault at 13-9. Orofino’s Sydnie Zywina had a 34-4 to win the girls’ triple jump.
The Orofino Jr. High school wrestling team concluded its season by competing in the Bi-State Championship Tournament in Moscow on Saturday, March 7.
Central Idaho All League Boys Basketball All Stars from Timberline High School include Cameron Summerfield and Rylan Larson, first team, and Carson Sellers and Chase Hunter, second team. Timberline Boys’ Basketball Coach Jason Hunter was chosen as Coach of the Year for the All League All Sta…
Orofino split a nonleague doubleheader with Moscow on Orofino’s field Tuesday, March 10.The Maniacs (1-1) opened with a dominant 15-1 victory in the first game against Moscow.
Congratulations to Timberline High School basketball players Cameron Summerfield and Chasta Jared for being selected for the Senior Showcase North Central Idaho basketball game, played Monday, March 9 at Lapwai High School.
This year’s Greg Deihl/Lary Swandic Memorial Registered Shoot was well attended by area shooters. On Saturday March 7, 43 shooters attended the shoot honoring two of Orofino/Pierce Gun Clubs respected members who passed away last year.
The Timberline Spartans (16-4) played the North Gem-Fremont Cowboys (17-5) at Caldwell on Thursday, March 5, for their opening game at their first appearance at State since 1972.
This past weekend Orofino High School Wrestling team competed in the state wrestling tournament at the Idaho center in Nampa. The kids wrestled with everything they had at the end of day one we had three wrestlers still alive in the tournament Clay Larson 182 in the semis, Brayden Turcott 13…
Despite perfect shooting conditions the Orofino/ Pierce Gun Club couldn’t hold onto the lead in the 10 Week Camas Prairie Shoot last Sunday and has fallen a half a bird behind last year’s champs from Wallace /Kellogg.
Central Idaho All League Girls Basketball All Stars include (top photo) Grace Beardin, Orofino High School Freshman, and Kaylynn Johnson (bottom photo) Orofino High School Junior.
Orofino wrestlers traveled to Nampa to compete in the Idaho State Meet held at the Ford Idaho Center last week. Area semifinalists include Gabe Prather (145) and Kenon Brown (170) of Potlatch, Clayton Larsen (182) of Orofino and Keyan Boller (98) of Clearwater Valley.
There will be a volleyball camp for all third to sixth grade girls. The camp will cost $35 for each participate. Camp will be held on March 10, 12, 17 and 19 after school until 5:30 p.m.