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The Orofino Pierce Gun Club had its first .22 rifle shoot on Saturday, March 25.  We had a good turn out even with the weather the way it was.  We had snow in the morning, followed by sleet, rain and a good dose of wind. 

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The Lewiston Invitational we held Thursday, March 23. Team scores are as follows:

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Corbin Dayley won new sub shooter Junior and a patch for 25 in a row at the Camas Trap Shoot last weekend.

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The Maniacs played Liberty Christian of Richland, WA, with two hits but were unable to score against the Patriots in a Southfork Slugfest game moved from Kooskia to the Maniacs’ field because of weather conditions on Thursday, March 23.

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Orofino’s Silas Naranjo pitched a no-hitter against Clearwater Valley in the Southfork Slugfest baseball tournament on Friday, March 24, hosted by the Maniacs. Naranjo pitched four strikeouts while walking two through five innings to help the Maniacs beat the Rams 10-0.

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Johnathan Wicks, a Junior shooter from the Orofino/Pierce Gun Club, shot a perfect 25 in the shoot off to claim a spot on Junior All Star Team for the Camas Prairie 10 Week Shoot at the Walla Walla Gun Club last weekend.

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The Lady Maniacs played the Clarkston Bantams Thursday, March 16 on the Bantams’ home field.

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The Lady Maniacs had a nonleague win against the Genesee Bulldogs on Saturday, March 18 in Orofino.

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The Orofino/Pierce Gun Club finished the Camas Prairie 10 Week Shoot on a perfect sunny Sunday in third place out of the 24 clubs that participated. The club posted a perfect score of 75 to hold off fourth place finisher Wallace/Kellogg by five birds. Weiser finished a strong season only dro…

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After their scheduled season opener was postponed a day due to inclement weather, the Orofino Maniacs kicked things off with a rare three-game Saturday, March 11, defeating Bonners Ferry twice and Weiser once on the Maniacs’ field.

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One member of the Orofino boys basketball team was honored when the Central Idaho League (CIL) recently released its all-league teams.

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Maniac Tennis begins… The OHS Maniac Tennis team opened their 2023 spring tennis season playing sixteen matches against Clearwater Valley High School on Monday. The Maniacs consisting of new players along with returning players came away with an outstanding overall team league win of nine ma…

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On Saturday, March 4, The Orofino/Pierce Gun Club hosted the annual Winter Shoot for Registered targets. 51 shooters from area gun clubs came to compete against other area shooters in a 300 Bird event. 100 Single, 100 Handicap and 100 Doubles events were held with Levi Bradley taking home th…

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After nine weeks of the Camas Prairie 10-Week Shoot it appears the Orofino/Pierce Gun Club will finish the season in third place.

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Timberline played defending champion Rockland in the opening round of the Idaho Class 1A Division II state boys basketball tournament at Caldwell High School on Thursday, March 2.

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Timberline saw a season ending loss against Cascade on Friday, March 3 in an Idaho Class 1A Division II state consolation-round game in Caldwell.

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The Priest River Spartans used an 18-9 first-quarter to build a lead, then kept a hold of it by converting their 3-pointers in an Idaho Class 2A district tournament elimination-game win against the Maniacs on Wednesday, Feb. 22 at Orofino.

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On the eighth week of the Camas Prairie 10 Week the Orofino/Pierce Gun Club once again bounced back from a poor week of shooting and posted a perfect 75. With only 26 shooters able to make it on Sunday, the Club posted five perfect 25’s, lead by Club leader Dave Powers’ sixth perfect score, …

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Parker Brown scored 10 of Timberline’s 12 points in overtime to take down St. John Bosco in an Idaho Class 1A Division II District I elimination game at Lapwai High School and earn its fourth consecutive state tournament berth on Friday, Feb. 24.

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Timberline outdid Deary in an Idaho Class 1A Division II district semifinal game on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at Lapwai.

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The Kendrick Tigers beat Timberline 64-35 in an Idaho Class 1A Division II district title game played Thursday, Feb. 23 at Lapwai. The championship game had been postponed from Wednesday because of inclement weather.

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Orofino held an early lead on Kellogg, but could not hold on to it in Class 2A district tournament semifinal play on Monday, Feb. 20 at Kellogg’s court.

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The Orofino/Pierce Gun Club failed to post one perfect score on the seventh week of the Camas Prairie 10-Week Shoot and find themselves dropping one spot to Third place with just three weeks left in the season.

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On Saturday Feb 18 the maniac wrestling team led by Coach Zach Anderson and Kale Johnson traveled to Potlatch for the District 2A I-II event for the boys.

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The Spartans beat the Nezperce Nighthawks in an Idaho Class 1A Division II district tournament play-in game on Monday, Feb. 20 at Timberline.

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Monday began the Idaho Class 2-A District playoffs for area teams and the Maniacs began with a road trip to District 1 rival Kellogg. Orofino was looking for their first win vs. the Wildcats this year to catapult them into the championship game scheduled for later this week, however it was n…

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Orofino beat the Logos of Moscow Knights in a nonleague game played at Orofino on Tuesday, Feb. 7.

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The Orofino/Pierce Gun Club had beautiful weather last Sunday and took advantage of it to post another perfect round of 75 in the sixth week of the Camas Prairie 10-Week Shoot.

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The Lady Maniacs’ season came to an end as the Kellogg on Wildcats won an Idaho Class 2A district tournament elimination game on Thursday, Feb. 9 at Kellogg.

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Grace Beardin had the high score for 26 points, and also had five rebounds, four assists and three steals in a Class 2A district tournament elimination game victory for Orofino against St. Maries on Wednesday, Feb. 8 on the Lady Maniacs’ home court.

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Orofino High School Basketball Cheerleaders are back row (l to r): Jared Isaac, Trinity Duncan, Josie Lytle, Destiny Stifanick and Gabe Trieschmann. Front row: Coli Nazari, Samantha Graham, Taylor Burrowes, Cheyenne Reilly, Jocelyn Josephson, Mykalyn Lauby and Caitlin Montez.

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The Kendrick Tigers narrowly beat a late Spartan rally on Timberline’s home court, clinching the Whitepine League Division II regular-season title on Wednesday, Feb. 8.

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Congratulations to KLER’s Maniac Pizza Factory Player of the Game Winners: Emma Province, Grace Beardin and Livia Johnson! Last week was a busy one for the Lady Maniacs, full of both triumph and heartbreak. They opened the district tournament Monday with a game that was close all the way thr…