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.
The Orofino/Pierce Gun Club watched their perfect score streak end on Sunday by posting a 73.5 but still hold a three quarter of a bird lead over second place Wallace/Kellogg in the Camas Prairie 10 Week Shoot. The Gun Club only posted two perfect scores of 25 when they needed four. With jus…
The Lady Maniacs’ basketball season came to an end Saturday in McCall, Idaho, at the hands of Idaho’s 5th ranked 2A team, the Declo Hornets. The play-in game to determine which team would go on to compete in the 2A State Tournament was a microcosm of Orofino’s turbulent and hard fought up an…
On a tough weekend shooting for the Camas Prairie 10 Week Shoot the Orofino/Pierce Gun leaped into first place thanks to a pair of their Junior shooters and a pair of Senior Vet shooters posting perfect scores of 25 each.
Kadence Beck of Orofino placed second at 106 pounds to lead District II representatives at the Idaho Girls Wrestling Finals at Pocatello High School on Saturday, Feb. 15.
Jarom Scott had a team-high of 18 points for Orofino (6-10) when the Maniacs played the Deary Mustangs. But it wasn’t enough for Orofino to beat Deary in the close nonleague game played Thursday, Feb. 13 in Orofino.
The Timberline Spartans finished its regular season with a defense-driven victory in a non league game against Logos of Moscow, scheduled for extra playing time before the district tournament on Thursday, Feb. 13.
Orofino lost a Central Idaho League contest to St. Maries on Friday, Feb. 14 on the Maniacs’ home court. The Lumberjacks led by nine after a quarter and outscored the Maniacs 16-2 in the fourth quarter.
The Lady Maniacs lost a play-in game for the Idaho Class 2A State Tournament, playing against the Declo Lady Hornets on Saturday, Feb. 15, at McCall. The team entered the tournament with just six healthy players.
Down Under Sports is pleased to announce that Cameron Summerfield has been invited to represent Idaho on the 2020 Boys Basketball Team. Summerfield will depart for Queensland, Australia on Sunday, July 12 to compete down under for individual honors and a team championship title. Each partici…
After reaching the midway point in the Camas Prairie 10 Week Shoot the Orofino/Pierce Gun Club was once again able to post a perfect 75 and maintain there second place standing one quarter bird behind the first place club from Wallace/Kellogg.
The Timberline boys’ basketball team is hosting a bingo night fundraiser, to be held on Friday, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m. at the Timberline High School cafeteria.
Orofino’s Kaylynn Johnson had 14 points and 10 rebounds as one of Orofino’s five-player team members, helping the Maniacs beat St. Maries in the Idaho 2A District I-II playoffs Saturday, Feb. 8.
The Highland Huskies basketball team beat seventh seeded Timberline on Tuesday, Feb. 4, in an overtime thriller, as the Huskies (#6 seed) used a tough defense to turn the tides against a Spartan team that refused to go down easily on Lapwai’s court.