Chasta Jared scored 16 points and Emma Brown broke out for 13 as Timberline defeated Whitepine League Division II foe Highland for its first win of the season on Thursday, Jan. 16 at Timberline.
Timberline’s Chase Hunter gave the Spartans a win that kept the team undefeated in Whitepine League Division II basketball play Saturday night, Jan. 18 at Timberline’s gym. Hunter’s 3-point swisher shot at the buzzer edged the Logos Knights, of Moscow, 35-33.
Please join the Lady Maniac Basketball Team Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. for Senior Night! According to Coach Tessa Mullinix, “This season is wrapping up to be one of the best for our only senior Shayla Shuman. Shuman is averaging 6.6 points per game and has been a key contributor this season …
The Junior team from the Orofino/Pierce Gun Club extended their lead by one bird over the juniors from Troy/Deary by one bird and are in the lead by two birds in the second week of the 10 Week Camas Prairie Shoot.
Orofino Youth Baseball will have a meeting Friday, Feb. 7 at 6 p.m. at the Ponderosa, in the back room behind the salad bar. The meeting will be to elect new board members. Contact Melina Johnson at (208) 827-0366 for more information.
Timberline’s Rylan Larson had a game-high of 20 points, 15 rebounds and two steals to help the Spartans (6-1) win a nonleague victory against the Clearwater Valley Rams on Tuesday, Jan. 7 at the Spartan’s home court.
The Grangeville Lady Bulldogs opened its Central Idaho League season with a win against Orofino on Thursday, Jan. 9, at the Orofino High School. It was also Law Enforcement Appreciation Night, hosted by the Lady Maniacs.
Lane Turcott of Orofino Youth Wrestling (left) traveled to Boise and wrestled in the West Fall Festival, placing 3rd, on Dec. 20 and 21. Lane is shown with his brother, Brayden.
NAMPA, Idaho — Four area wrestlers advanced to the quarterfinals during Day 1 of Rollie Lane Invitational tournament on Friday, Jan. 3.
Timberline beat Orofino in the boys’ Battle of the 6C Courts played Tuesday, Dec. 10 in Orofino, with a score of Timberline 37, Orofino 22. Timberline improved to 3-0 with the nonleague win. Cameron Summerfield’s scored 11 points for Timberline.
The Kendrick Tigers trailed at the end of each quarter and were down 35-30 through the third, but mustered their strongest scoring quarter of the night while Orofino had its weakest in the fourth, on the Maniacs’ home court on Monday.
The Orofino Maniacs were the winners for the girls’ Battle of the 6C Courts, played on Tuesday, Dec. 10 in Orofino, with a score of Orofino 56 and Timberline 24. Orofino was led by Grace Beardin, who scored 16 points along with nine rebounds, six assists, and three steals.
Playing with only four players in the final 4 ½ minutes of their game Friday, Dec. 13, against St. Maries, the Orofino Maniac girls beat St. Maries, 44-43, in the first Central Idaho League (CIL) win in nine years. According to Idaho Sports.com, the Maniacs haven’t won a league game since Ja…
OROFINO — The Maniacs held off Salmon River 44-42 on Thursday, Dec. 5 in both teams’ season opener in boys’ basketball when Orofino’s Jose Barajas defended a 3-pointer against the Savages..
The Orofino Youth Wrestling Team competed in the Dick Griswold Memorial Invitation held at Potlatch High School on Saturday, Dec. 7. Results by weight are as follows: