Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Football schedules for the coming fall are penciled in and of area teams, only Grangeville has scheduled a Zero Week opponent so far.
Local Whitepine League teams’ schedules are as follows:
Clearwater Valley plays Wallace Sept. 2 at the Kibbie Dome, Kamiah Sept. 8 at Kamiah, Timberline Sept. 15 at Weippe, Prairie Sept. 22 at CVHS, Lapwai Sept. 29 at CVHS, Pomeroy Oct. 6 at Pomeroy, Potlatch Oct. 13 at CVHS, Troy Oct. 20 at Troy, and Genesee Oct. 27 at CVHS.
Kamiah plays Valley Sept. 1 at KHS, CV Sept. 8 at KHS, Pomeroy Sept. 14 at Pomeroy, Wallace Sept. 23 at KHS, Prairie Sept. 29 at Cottonwood, Lapwai Oct. 6 at KHS, Troy Oct. 13 at KHS, Genesee Oct. 20 at Genesee, and Potlatch Oct. 27 at Potlatch.
Prairie plays Genesee Sept. 1 at Genesee, Salmon River Sept. 8 in Cottonwood, Council Sept. 15 in Cottonwood, CV Sept. 22 at CHVS, Kamiah Sept. 29 in Cottonwood, Troy Oct. 6 at Troy, Wallace Oct. 14 at Wallace, Potlatch Oct. 20 in Cottonwood and Lapwai Oct. 27 at Lapwai.
In the Long Pin Conference, Salmon River is scheduled to play Colton Sept. 1 in Riggins, Prairie Sept. 8 at Prairie, Notus Sept. 15 in Riggins, Lapwai Sept. 22 at Lapwai, Cascade Sept. 29 at Cascade, Garden Valley Oct. 6 in Riggins, Tri-Valley Oct. 13 in Riggins and Council Oct. 20 at Council.
In the Central Idaho League, Grangeville is scheduled to open Aug. 25 at home against Moscow.
The Bulldogs are set to play Nampa Christian Sept. 1 at Nampa Christian, Clarkston Sept. 8 at Clarkston, McCall-Donnelly Sept. 15 at GHS, Parma Sept. 22 at Parma, Lewiston JV Sept. 28 at GHS, St. Maries Oct. 6 at St. Maries and Orofino Oct. 13 at GHS.
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