The Orofino High School Track Team traveled to Lapwai High School on May 13-14 for the District I and II State qualification meet. Those that attended the event are (front row sitting l-r); Seniors Nick Graham, Ruby Kessinger, Breyer Boyer, Reid Thomas. Second row kneeling (l-r); Jumps Coach…
The Orofino Junior High Girls track team traveled to the Kamiah Weekend Invitational track meet with 11 teams competing on May 7, 2022, at the Kamiah High School track. The final team scores of the meet was Clearwater Valley 149, Prairie 140, Grangeville 79, Kamiah 58, Orofino 57, Nez Perce …
A total of eight players from area schools earned first-team honors as the Class 2A Central Idaho League recently released its all-league teams on Thursday, May 12.
Aiden Olive had four singles and Orofino drew nine walks in a 12-2 win against St. Maries in the title game of the Idaho Class 2A district baseball tournament Tuesday, May 10 at Orofino.
The Orofino Junior High Boys track team traveled to the Kamiah Weekend Invitational track meet on May 4, 2022, at the Kamiah High School track with 10 teams competing. The final team scores were Kendrick 157.5, Kamiah 129.5, Grangeville 109, Orofino 65, Prairie 54, Nez Perce 51, Clearwater V…
Congratulations to KLER’s Maniac Pizza Factory Player of the Game winners from the Central Idaho League District Tournament: Steven Bradbury, Dash Barlow and Aiden Olive!
Orofino’s Ruby Kessinger won the girls long and triple jumps, and the Maniacs’ Reid Thomas won the shot put competition with a throw of 54-5 at the district Meet of Champions Track Meet held Thursday, May 5 at Vollmer Bowl in Lewiston.
Hannah Noah tripled in the fifth inning to avoid a no-hitter but Taci Watkins still pitched St. Maries to a one-hit win with 18 strikeouts in the district tournament on Monday, May 9 at St. Maries.
The Orofino Junior High Boys track team traveled to a 10 team track meet on April 12, at the Kamiah High School track. The Orofino Junior High Boys team members this year are J.J. Craig, Luke Dafoe, Corbin Dayley, Jameson Endicott, Trevin Hoyt, Kaleb Kessinger, Tony Kleer-Martinez, Ezra Lyon…
Kaycee Hudson, Riley Schwartz and Grace Beardin were invited to represent Orofino at the 2022 Inland Northwest Volleyball Showcase held Saturday, May 7 at Spokane Valley.
The Orofino Junior High Girls track team traveled to a 10 team track meet on April 12, 2022, at the Kamiah High School track. The Orofino Junior High Girls team members are Alivia Endicott, Caitlyn Frye, Ella Beardin, Ella Goetz, Gloria Johnson, Holly Hill, Isabella Cafferty, Jenna Smathers,…
Orofino Jr. Sr. High is proud to be hosting the 2A Idaho State Softball Tournament May 19-21. This tournament will bring the best eight teams from around the state and their families. We know how important this event is to both the athletes and the community. This event will also boost our l…
Julia Grimaldo was a medalist in yesterday’s district competition at Pinehurst. She showed the mental toughness and grit needed to shoot a 94 on a cold and wet day.
Orofino’s girls led the area teams at the Take Flight Invite at Lakeland High School in Rathdrum on Friday, April 29. On the boys side, the Maniacs placed sixth.
Timberline’s Jason Mohl took first in the high jump (5-4), the triple jump (37-1) and ran the third leg of the winning 400 relay (47.63) Troy Invitational held Saturday, April 30 at Troy.
The Lady Maniacs scored several runs in every inning to take a nonleague victory against the Pirates of Cottonwood in a nonleague game called after five innings because of the mercy rule on Thursday, April 28 in Orofino.
The Orofino Golf Course would like to invite everyone for free golf lessons. Any skill level and age are invited. Free snacks & gifts. Days are Thursday, May 12 and 19, any time between 4-7 p.m.
Orofino’s Drew Hanna pitched a complete game and Body Howell had two hits with a double to lead the way for Orofino in a Class 2A Central Idaho League win against Grangeville on Tuesday, April 19 on the Maniacs’ home field.
On Thursday, May 5, the Orofino High School Maniac Tennis program will honor the dedicated contributions of an outstanding senior tennis player, Medelin de la Cruz.
Kamiah took the team title on the boys side and placed third in the girls field while Logos took top honors for girls and second place among boys in the Whitepine League Championships held at the Bob Squires Sports Complex in Kamiah on Saturday, April 23.
The Orofino/Pierce Gun Club had their second .22 rifle shoot out, of six, this last weekend. The conditions were warm but the wind was giving the shooters problems and the scores showed that.
The Clearwater Archers will host a Marked Yardage Competition at Dworshak State Park on Saturday and Sunday, April 30 and May 1. This two-day archery competition is geared for all ages, archery styles and skill levels. Besides a practice, or “warm up” range, the outdoor course has 40 life-si…
Louden Cochran pitched six innings for the Maniacs, allowing only three runs to earn the win as Orofino hammered the Marsing Huskies in a nonleague contest on Saturday, April 16 in Orofino.
Peyton Cochran led Orofino with six total hits and the Maniacs rallied in Game 2 to split with the Pilgrims of New Plymouth in a nonleague doubleheader on Saturday, April 16 in Orofino.
On March 26, 2022, athletes from Progressive Jiu-Jitsu in Orofino, Idaho dominated their competition in Spokane, bringing home 12 gold, one silver, and three bronze medals.
Hayley Bretz signed a scholarship to play volleyball at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana an NAIA school in the Frontier Conference. She just completed her sophomore season at Walla Walla Community College where she earned 1st team all East Region Libero and was named to the North…
The Logos boys team had four victories and the girls team had five wins as the Knights of Moscow swept the team titles at the 14-team Leah Swanson Invitational, hosted by Deary, at Lapwai High School on Tuesday, April 12.
Ruby Kessinger of Orofino won two individual events and set a personal record in the girls’ discus at the 15-team Nez Perce Games track meet on Friday, April 15, held at Kamiah.
Orofino secured a top-three finish in girls scramble at the Mullan Invite held in Pinehurst. Julia Grimaldo was the only golfer fielded by the Maniacs and had total of 51 to take the second place spot in the girls scramble on the par 47 course.
Orofino’s Ruby and Lindi Kessinger had strong showings at the Moscow Invitational Track Meet held Friday, April 8. Orofino placed fourth for the boys and third for the girls; and Timberline came in at sixth place for boys and seventh for girls. Results from the meet are as follows:
Saturday, Maniac Baseball would pass their first test in league baseball action when they would host the St. Maries Lumberjacks. On a wind-whipped and cool morning, both teams would find it difficult to connect with the ball as St. Maries held a one to nothing lead after tqo innings of play.