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Fall Chinook fishing to open September 1:  Chinook salmon fishing will open on three Idaho rivers, including the Clearwater.
Deer hunt blind available for hunters with disabilities through drawing at Kootenai Refuge:  Those with disabilities that prevent or make it difficult to hunt big game can enter a drawing for a special hunting opportunity at the local Refuge.
Bonners Ferry 'Border Patrol' adds depth to Logger roster:  In this story re-published from the Libby, Montana Western News, a few players from Bonners Ferry's championship baseball team are making significant contributions to Libby's team in the summer American Legion Baseball league.  Thanks to the Western News for giving permission to re-publish this interesting story.
Badger Track has a great meet at State, including State Champion in discus event:  The Bonners Ferry Badgers Track Team was off to Middleton, Idaho, for the State Track Meet a week ago, on May 20-21. They returned with some notable achievements, several personal best marks, individual medals, and a State Champion.
Badger Golf has great spring, both teams place at Districts, Boys' team competing at State:  The Bonners Ferry Badgers Golf Team has had a great spring, doing well at the Intermountain League District Tournament, and competing in the Idaho State Tournament, where a Badger golfer took ninth place overall.
Badger Boys take 3rd Place at Idaho State Baseball Tournament:  The Badger baseball team ended a phenomenal season by taking third place in the 2016 3A Idaho State Baseball Tournament.  Here is the story and several photographs from the Third Place game.
Free Fishing Day aims to hook new anglers:  On Free Fishing Day, anyone can fish without having to possess a valid fishing license. And that covers non-residents as well as residents.
Time to gear up for Kokanee fishing:  The warm weather may finally be here to stay, and for many anglers across the state, warm spring weather means kokanee fishing.
Free summer baseball / softball program offered:  A free program providing instruction and both baseball and fastpitch softball games is being offered this summer for Boundary County boys and girls ages 9-12.
Badger Baseball wins District Championship, now On to State!:  The Badger baseball team tops off their undefeated league season with an undefeated District Tournament run to move on to the State Tournament.
BFHS Baseball, Softball District Tournament Notes and a few more great photographs:  Baseball and Softball District Tournament games are coming up in just a few days, and both the Badger Baseball and the Badger Softball teams are shooting for berths in the Idaho State Championship Tournaments.  We just couldn't resist adding a few more photographs of this year's Baseball and Softball teams—what a great season for a couple of great teams and a bunch of great players and coaches.   Take a look at our photos and a few notes on the District Tournament coming up.
Badgers defeat Timbelake Tigers to finish perfect in IML Baseball: The Badger baseball team completed their first ever perfect season in Intermountain League history by beating the Timberlake Tigers 9-5 last Tuesday.
Badgers sweep Kellogg Wildcats in IML Baseball, locking up second straight league title: Badgers break open a 5-5 tie in Game 1 when they score seven runs in sixth inning. Mercy rule, again, in Game 2.
With injured players out, Badgers still win in IML game:  The Badger baseball team improved their IML record to 6-0 and 16-2 overall with a 9-1 win over the Priest River Spartans yesterday.
Boundary County Fishing Secret revealed here:  Take a look at this story for some big hints about the secret.
Badger Girls Softball, Boys Baseball sweep all games vs Timberlake on Saturday, four games to none; both Badger teams now alone in first place in Intermountain League:  Brief summary and photos of the Girls' game included here.  Full story and photos on the Boys' game is in our Sports section.
Badger Boys sweep Tigers for sole possession of First Place:  The Badger baseball team took control of first place in the Intermountain League by sweeping the rival Timberlake Tigers on Senior Day in Bonners Ferry.

Senior Badger Baseball Trading Cards:  Collect them all!
Badgers pound Wildcats in IML baseball—invoke mercy rule yet again:  The Badger baseball team beat the Kellogg Wildcats 19-6 in Intermountain League play on a sun-soaked Tuesday afternoon yesterday. The win improves their overall record to 13-2 and 3-0 in league.
Badger Baseball sweeps Spartan series:  The Badger baseball team began defense of their 2015 3A Intermountain League title by sweeping the Priest River Spartans Saturday at Bonners Ferry High School.
Spring Chinook season opens this Saturday:  Predicted to be one of the top five Chinook returns since 2000.
Badgers win Colville Invitational:  Defeat teams from Colville, Washington and Trail, B.C.
Badgers pound Rams in doubleheader:  Dunham pitches first no-hitter of the season.
Badger Baseball keeps on winning; Latest victory features home run, standout pitching, diving catches, double play, and more:  The team is playing great; details on their latest win by clicking on this story.
Youth Turkey Hunt begins soon:  Youth turkey hunters get an early shot for a whole week before the regular turkey season begins.  Click on this story for the dates and other details.
Thousands of trout coming to Boundary County:  We are going to share a secret that will help with your fishing success.
BFHS Cheer and Dance Teams at State Competition; Track Team at Lewiston Invitational:  Things have been busy for several BFHS teams in recent weeks. The dance and cheer teams have been to the Idaho State competitions, and the Track Team has already been to a large invitational meet in Lewiston.
Badger Baseball continues on a hot streak, takes two of three games from 4A Sandpoint:  Badgers continue strong play, win series with higher-division school.
Badgers sweep Maniacs in three game series:  The Bonners Ferry Badger baseball team traveled to Orofino this past weekend for their annual three game series against the Maniacs, winning all three games for the first time in program history.
Enter Idaho Super Hunt for hunt of a lifetime:  Super Hunt tags allow winners to pursue deer, elk, pronghorn or moose in any open hunt.
$10,000 reward offered in illegal killing of Grizzly Bear in Bonner County:  Two rewards are being offered, totalling $10,000.  Contact information is listed in this story.
Big Horn Show coming in Spokane for its 56th year:  The Inland Northwest Wildlife Council's 56th annual Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show is coming up in Spokane. Established in 1960, the Big Horn Show is one of the oldest and longest continually operated sports and recreation shows in the United States.
Here is your basic starter information on catching some of Idaho's biggest fish:  If you've thought you might want to tackle some of our state's biggest fish, here are some steps to get you started.
Anglers needed to catch Clearwater River steelhead for hatcheries:  Have you always wanted to catch lots and lots of steelhead, way beyond the limits?  Fish and Game is asking you to do just that.
Don’t dump unwanted domestics into Idaho:  It seems every year Idaho Fish and Game gets a few calls, emails or visits from citizens wanting to know the identity of some exotic creature they encountered.
Want to help out new hunters? Volunteer hunter education instructors needed:  Idaho’s hunter education program is looking for new volunteer instructors to help ensure that the newest generation of hunters has a thorough understanding of safety, ethics and conservation.
Learn animal tracking at NIC Sandpoint class:  It’s not too late to sign up for North Idaho College at Sandpoint’s “Animal Tracking” class taught by wilderness expert and author Brian Baxter this Saturday, February 6.
Furbearer Trapping Course scheduled in Coeur d'Alene:  Idaho Fish and Game has created a voluntary trapper education program to help educate trappers. The goal is to promote safe and ethical trapping, to minimize non-target catches, and to minimize impacts of trapping activity on other recreationists. Classes are being taught by teams of volunteers and Fish and Game employees.
F&G Director Declares Idaho wolf management a success:  "The bottom line is Idaho has a healthy, sustainable wolf population that is over seven times higher than the federal recovery goal."
Radio collars are vital tool for game management:  Idaho Fish and Game biologist Craig White recently got a message telling him two elk died, but it didn't come from a colleague or a citizen, it was from a satellite.
Studies Say: No more than 10 seconds air time for catch-and-release fish:  Ten seconds is all the time an angler should take to remove the hook, take pictures and return a fish to water, according to a recommendation in a recent survey of studies about the impacts of exposing fish to air.  Click on this story for more details.
Recap of December's Moose Madness 2015:  The 2015 Moose Madness annual event was held on Friday, December 18. Everyone who attended had a blast, of course, although all Badger fans were disappointed to find out at the end of the evening that Sandpoint would remain in possession of the Moose Rack trophy this year.
Think you've got a big-game trophy animal?  Here's how to get it scored and entered into the record books:  Most big-game hunts are over and stories are circulating about some big trophies that were taken during the fall hunting seasons, including a possible state-record moose.   If you are thinking you may have a trophy animal, here are the details on getting it officially scored.
New Year requires new Idaho hunting and fishing license:  Before heading out in the New Year, Idaho hunters and anglers are reminded to pick up a 2016 license.  Nearly all of Idaho’s hunting and fishing licenses, tags, and permits are sold on a calendar year basis, and they expire December 31.
Opportunities coming up in North Idaho to have big game trophies officially measured:  Got a big game trophy at home?  Here's your chance to get an official measurement.  But you've got to start the process right now.
FFA doing its part for Moose Madness:  FFA members are ready to put the boot to Sandpoint. They are working in coalition with the Leadership Class, Staff, and the rest of the Student Body for Moose Madness.
Comments sought on upland, turkey, furbearer and falconry seasons:  The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is seeking public comments on proposed changes to the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 upland game, turkey, furbearer, and falconry seasons.
Winter big game aerial surveys underway:  As snow blankets much of Idaho, wildlife biologists with Idaho Fish and Game are in the sky conducting aerial surveys of big game across the state.
Intermountain League All-League Teams announced for fall sports:  See our list of Intermountain League All-League Teams for fall sports.  Several Bonners Ferry High School student athletes recognized on the All-League teams.
F&G: Why you should keep fishing in winter, (Part 2):  This article, the second of a two-part series, gives tips for ice fishing.
F&G: Here's why you should keep fishing in winter (Part 1):  People may see hearty anglers wading streams or staked out on banks during winter weather and wonder "what are they doing?"  The short answer is "probably catching fish."
Hunters asked to report hunting results:  Idaho Fish and Game encourages hunters who purchased a deer, elk, or pronghorn tag to report the results of their 2015 big game hunts as soon as possible.
If you follow Grizzly Bear management and recovery—there's a meeting in Missoula:  The multi-agency committee responsible for grizzly bear recovery in the contiguous United States and adjacent Canadian Provinces will be holding their annual winter meeting in Missoula, Montana from December 8, 2015 – December 9, 2015.  The public is invited to attend.
Fish and Game conservation officer frees tangled buck; video goes viral:  It wasn’t an average day at the office for Idaho Fish and Game Conservation Officer John McLain when he encountered a white-tailed buck tangled in baling twine, but his average days don’t go viral on the Internet, either.
2015 Cross Country awards announced: Bonners Ferry High School Cross Country held their end-of-season awards banquet last Thursday.  Several Badgers made the All-League list of Cross Country runners, and individual awards were also given.
Interested in wolf trapping? Required course available in Coeur d'Alene:  Idaho rules require a Wolf Trapper Certification course be completed and passed before a person can purchase wolf trapping tags.
Badger Cross Country competes at Idaho State Championships:  Badger cross country season came to an end on October 31 at Farragut State Park at the Idaho State Championships. Runners from all over the state converged on a rainy North Idaho state park to compete in the largest ever Idaho state cross country meet.
Hunters can take survey about controlled hunts and auction tags:  Fish and Game is getting opinions from hunters about possibly changing controlled hunt drawing odds and increasing the number of big game tags offered through auction.
Idaho Fish and Game encourages hunters to complete big game reports soon:  Idaho Fish and Game encourages hunters who purchased a deer, elk, or pronghorn tag to report the results of their 2015 big game hunts as soon as possible.  Reporting is required either 10 days after a deer, elk or pronghorn is harvested, or ten days following the end of the season for which a tag is valid.
Parachuting beavers go global:  It wasn't exactly an unreleased Beatles tune or a missing Monet, but the much-talked-about film featuring parachuting beavers was recently rediscovered in Fish and Game's archives.
Cross Country: Boys' and Girls' teams place second at District; both advance to State:  Teams battle hard to bring home District hardware.  Coach Warner named Intermountain League Coach of the Year.
Fall Chinook season ends soon:  The fall Chinook season will end October 31 in the Clearwater River, a short stretch of the lower Salmon River and in the Snake River, except the section from Cliff Mountain Rapids upstream to Hells Canyon Dam, which closes November 17.  More details available by clicking on this story.
Girls' and Boys' XC take second at Kellogg: Girls'—Manager steps in to help earn trophy;  Boys'—Ranked 4th in state.  Read all the details by clicking on this story.
Badger Cross Country competes at Sandpoint:  The Badgers cross country teams were able to enjoy some time closer to home after a long week at Priest River and Moscow. On Saturday, October 10 the Badgers raced at Traver’s Park in Sandpoint for the William Johnson Invitational hosted by Sandpoint High School.
From Idaho Fish & Game: From field to freezer: tips for processing your big game animal:  You successfully shot a deer, elk or other big game animal. Now the work begins. You want to properly process the animal so you get many healthy, enjoyable meals from it.
Check Station Story #1:  All hunters and anglers are required to stop at check stations:  All those who are hunting or fishing that day, as well as those returning from an overnight hunting or fishing outing, are required to stop if they encounter a check station on their route of travel. This includes people who are returning from hunting or fishing in Idaho or another state. And even if you were unsuccessful and did not harvest any fish or game.
Check Station Story #2:  Check stations give Fish and Game a glimpse of the hunting season:  Idaho Fish and Game's check stations help the department gather valuable information from hunters, and their help and cooperation is appreciated during big-game seasons. Fish and Game operates about 16 "biological" check stations throughout Idaho during fall.
Photographs from some recent BFHS athletic events:  We have a couple of photos from last week's football game and last night's volleyball match.
Badger Cross Country improves at competitive regional meet in Missoula:  An overnight trip to Missoula turned into a very productive morning for the Badger cross country teams on Saturday. The Mountain West Classic, one of the premier high school races in the northwestern United States, drew schools from several western states.
Beginners Guide To Hunting posted On Fish And Game website:  Never hunted? Don't worry, it's not as complicated as it may appear at first glance. Idaho Fish and Game has devoted a web page to help novices understand the basics, including what they need to get started, what game is available, and where to go.
Badger cross country improved at Farragut meet:  Badger Cross Country took the first trip to Farragut State Park last Saturday to compete on what will be the district and state championship course.
Coho salmon season ends September 18:  Were you getting all your coho gear ready and looking for a free weekend in your schedule to hit the Clearwater and try your hand at landing some coho?  One problem, only nine coho have been counted ascending the Clearwater.
Stopping poachers is just a phone call away:  Hunting seasons are finally here, and the Idaho Fish and Game reminds people who spend time outdoors that they should reach for a phone whenever they witness a violation of fish and game laws.
Badger Cross Country at Post Falls Invitational:  The 2015 cross country season is officially underway. After tolerating a week of heavy smoke, the rain finally came through leaving outstanding conditions for running at Kiwanis Park in Post Falls.
Wolf trapping certification courses scheduled:  Idaho rules require prospective wolf trappers to successfully complete a Wolf Trapper Certification course before they can purchase wolf trapping tags.  For those planning to trap wolves this winter, nine courses are scheduled over the next three months at Fish and Game offices throughout the state.
Fish and Game euthanizes bear in McCall area believed to have bitten firefighter:  Firefighter OK, treated at McCall hospital.

Boundary County Sports Photos:  These days, there is some kind of sports action going on every day of the week in Boundary County.  It's hard to keep up with everything, but here are a few photos of some of the sporting events taking place over the last week or so in our area.
Fish and Game releases fish stocking schedule for Boundary County and other Panhandle areas:  This might help in planning an upcoming fishing adventure.
Fall chinook and coho fishing seasons will open September 1:  September 1 marks the first day of the fall Chinook salmon fishing season on parts of the Snake, Clearwater, and Salmon rivers, as well as the second-ever coho season on the Clearwater River.
Fall chinook and coho fishing seasons will open September 1:  September 1 marks the first day of the fall Chinook salmon fishing season on parts of the Snake, Clearwater, and Salmon rivers, as well as the second-ever coho season on the Clearwater River.
Fires limiting access to some areas, but hunting seasons will go on:  A person can get a rain check under certain specific conditions.
Leftover controlled hunt tags available today, August 25:  Nearly 300 deer and 150 elk controlled hunt tags not issued during the recent second drawing for deer, elk, antelope and black bear will go on sale first come, first served August 25.
Fall Chinook and Coho Salmon forecasts look good; Steelhead run delayed:  Fish and Game following early upstream movement of salmon.
Forest fires likely won't affect late-summer hunts:  Idaho Fish and Game rarely alters hunts or offers rain checks for controlled hunt tags because of fires.
Commission approves coho salmon season:  Anglers will enjoy the second consecutive coho salmon season in over 30 years this fall.  The Idaho Fish and Game Commission approved a coho salmon season for the mainstem Clearwater, Middle Fork and North Fork Clearwater rivers.  Click on this story for more details.
Fish and Game invites Idaho anglers to give Kootenai River a try:  They advise the Kootenai is not as impacted by low flows and warmer temperatures as are other rivers.
BFHS Cross Country team gearing up; First practice announced:  BFHS Cross Country season is just around the corner. Head Coach Tyler Warner would like to invite interested high school athletes to the first team practice on August 14 at 4:00 p.m.
Fall Chinook fishing opens September 1; Coho could be added:  Idaho Fish and Game Commission adopted a fall chinook salmon fishing season to open Sept. 1 on parts of the Snake, Clearwater and Salmon rivers, and Idaho could see its second-ever sport fishing season for coho salmon on Sept. 1 pending commission approval in August.
Get your second big game tag at a discount through August:  Idaho Fish and Game is offering a discount for big game hunters who want more hunting opportunity. Through August only, resident and nonresident hunters can buy remaining nonresident tags as second tags for discounted prices.
Second Idaho Super Hunt drawing approaching:  There’s still time to enter the drawing for the hunt of a lifetime.
Three year license for 17 year olds?  Fish and Game gives the answer:  And you can read their answer right here.
F&G says avoid the rush—take Hunter Education now:  If your sights are set on hunting this fall and you still need to complete Idaho’s hunter education requirement, Idaho Fish and Game advises that now is the perfect time to sign up for a course.
Boundary County basketball players participate (and win) in Spokane hoopfest:  At least three local teams participated in this year's "heated competition."  One Boundary County team returned home with a championship.
Comments requested on proposed rule changes in bear baiting:  Idaho Fish and Game is launching a negotiated rule making process and wants to hear from the public about proposed changes to bear baiting rules.
Alumni Baseball Game:  "Old Timers" vs Today's Badger/Legion Team:  (New action photos just added to this story!)  Players from the past challenged the current team to a fundraiser game.  Lots of baseball action going on there . . .
New video helps fishermen get along a little better:  Ever feel like other closeby fishermen are something of a bother?  Idaho Fish and Game has the answer.
Kootenai Refuge offers special deer hunt blind for hunters with disabilities; reservation required:  Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge constructed a Deer Hunt Blind last year specifically for disabled big game hunters. The Refuge will conduct a random drawing on August 10, 2015, to award ten hunters a Deer Hunt Permit for the use of the disabled hunter blind.
Chinook Salmon seasons to end in parts of Clearwater and Salmon Rivers in coming days:  However, other areas and other rivers will remain open--click on this story to see all the details.
Amerian Legion baseball, summer 2015:  American Legion baseball is back in Boundary County. The first home game is this Saturday beginning at 1:00 p.m. as the Badgers host the Sandpoint Lakers.
Free Fishing Day in Idaho is June 13:  Saturday, June 13 is Free Fishing Day in Idaho, and Idaho Fish and Game invites veteran and novice anglers of all ages--residents and nonresidents alike--to celebrate the day by fishing anywhere in Idaho without a license.
The Bonners Ferry contingent at the Idaho High School State Track Championships picked up several important finishes.

Topping the list: Mackenzie Mendenhall, who took the gold medal and won the state championship in her signature hurdles events. Mackenzie won the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 15.76, and also took first place in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 48.13.

Mackenzie Mendenhall is the Idaho State Champion for both of those events. Her time in the 100 meter hurdles also set a new school record for Bonners Ferry High School.

She wasn't finished medaling, however, as Mackenzie also took second place at state in the long jump, with a distance of 16-05.

Bonners Ferry Senior 800 specialist Jacob Perkins took fifth place at state with his time of 2:04:31.

The BFHS boys' sprint medley team (Warren Carle, Isaac Lavala, Jack Wade, and Jacob Perkins) finished in sixth place at state in their event.

In team results, the Bonners Ferry High School Boys finished #16 out of 20 competing teams, while the BFHS Girls' team finished #9 out of 18 teams from around Idaho.

BFHS Baseball eliminated at state competition:  With the hopes of bringing home a State trophy this year, the Bonners Ferry Badger Baseball team traveled to Ontario, Oregon to compete for the first time in three seasons in the 3A Idaho State Baseball Championship.
Here are all the details on Badger Track:  District Meet, many Badgers qualify for State:  One last time the Badger track team made the journey to the Timberlake track for the Idaho District 1 3A Championship. At the two day event last Thursday and Friday, Badger athletes competed for the chance to earn a trip to state and in many cases for one final chance at a personal best time.
Badger Boys punch ticket to State Baseball Tournament:  After winning second place at districts on Thursday, the Badger boys traveled to Grangeville, Idaho to take on the Weiser Wolverines from District 3 in a winner-to-state game. The Badgers beat the Wolverines in a thrilling 9-8 win.
Day 2 of Track District Tournament:  More BFHS athletes headed to the State Tournament:  Click on this story for the latest information on how the Badgers did today on Day 2 at today's District Track Tournament.
Day 1 of Track--Update: Badgers performing well at District Tournament, first day results available:  In yesterday's High School Track District I Tournament, the Bonners Ferry Badgers had a good showing on the first day of competition, with several qualifying already for the State Tournament.
Bonners Ferry Baseball takes second in Districts, next goes to play-in game for State Tournament:  After a difficult and close loss in the District Championship game on Monday, the Bonners Ferry Badger Baseball team bounced back with a 10-0 shutout of Kellogg the following day to capture the District second place. The Badgers still have an opportunity to make it to the State Baseball Tournament.
Badger Boys lose close District Championship game:  The Badger baseball team lost a heartbreaker to the Timberlake Tigers in the District 1-2 3A baseball championship by a score of 3-1 on Tuesday.
Bonners Ferry Track performs well at North Idaho Meet of Champions:  North Idaho’s best track athletes met at Post Falls High School for the annual District I Meet of Champions. The meet featured the top 16 athletes in each event from schools as small as Mullan to as large as Lake City High School.
Badgers win, move into District Championship game; Dunham pitches no hitter—again:  Sophomore Jesse Dunham pitched his 2nd no hitter in as many starts and also went 2 for 4 with 4 RBI at the plate as the Badger baseball team advanced to the 3A District Title game today at 4:00 p.m.
Steamrolling Badgers knock off 5A Post Falls in tune-up for District Tournament:  In their final regular season game before hosting the District 1-2 3A baseball tournament, the Bonners Ferry Badgers faced the 5A Post Falls Trojan varsity squad and came away with a 10-6 win.
18 BFHS Track athletes invited to Meet of Champions:  Invitations have just been extended for the top track and field athletes of North Idaho to participate.  Check this story for the list of Bonners Ferry athletes invited to the evenet.
Badger Track posts great marks at Timberlake 16 team invitational:  The BFHS Track and Field season began to wind down Thursday, April 23, near Spirit Lake. Timberlake High School hosted an invitational that featured 16 teams, bringing together many talented athletes from throughout North Idaho.
Badger Baseball clinches first place in Intermountain League with win over Timberlake:  The Bonners Ferry Badger baseball team clinched the Intermountain League Championship on Tuesday with a 5-1 win over the Timberlake Tigers.  Next up for the Badgers is the 5A Post Falls varsity squad.
Fish and Game fish stocking schedule for the Panhandle now available:  Where to go fishing??  Hmmmmm.  Maybe this F&G fish stocking schedule for North Idaho lakes will help . . . .
Badger Baseball continues to roll:  Dunham pitches no hitter, Anzalone one hits:  Sophomore Jesse Dunham recorded his first high school no hitter and senior Steve Anzalone had his quest for a no hitter broken up in the 6th inning with two outs as the Badgers beat the Kellogg Wildcats 2-1 and 6-0 in league play last Saturday.
Badgers pound Wildcats 14-4 in five innings:  After a sluggish first three innings, the Badgers unleashed 13 runs on 10 hits in the 4th and 5th innings to beat the Kellogg Wildcats 14-4 in an Intermountain League game.
Badgers thump Spartans behind Anzalone's 10 strikeout performance:  Senior Steve Anzalone struck out 10 batters, walked one, allowed one hit in five innings, and the Badger offense exploded for 11 runs in the second inning to beat Intermountain League opponent Priest River 13-1.  See this story for details and photos.
BFHS Baseball splits doubleheader with Timberlake:  The Bonners Ferry Badger baseball team traveled to Spirit Lake on Saturday, April 18, to battle the Timberlake Tigers in a key Intermountain League baseball matchup last Saturday.
Badger Track duels with Timberlake, Kellogg, and in Freeman meet:  Three meets in seven days made for a tough week for the BFHS track team.  Take a look at this story for all the details and some great action photos from Karen Perkins.
Badger track shines on rainy day in Kellogg:  A rainy morning turned into a decent afternoon at the Kellogg Track last Saturday. In spite of occasional gusts of wind, the sun broke through and made for improved times, distances, and heights. Both Badger track teams finished 4th out of 12 teams.
Time to apply for moose, sheep, and goat hunts:  Hunters have until April 30 to apply for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat controlled hunts.
Badgers sweep Spartans in IML season-opening double header:  Vince Bennett pitched a complete game striking out 10 and Brady Bateman and Steve Anzalone collected four hits each on the day as the Badgers won 9-6 and 17-1 in the Intermountain League doubleheader opener for both teams.  Read more with this story.
Annual Wolf Report available online from Idaho Fish and Game:  The 2014 annual summary of wolf monitoring in Idaho is now available, and, among other things, shows wolf numbers remain well above the 150 wolves and 15 breeding pairs required to keep gray wolves off the endangered species list under the 2009 de-listing rule.
BFHS Baseball: Badgers upend Dawgs in extra inning thriller:  The Bonners Ferry Badgers staged a dramatic come from behind 5-4 win in extra innings against the 4A Sandpoint Bulldogs last Saturday.
Badgers beat Spartans, lose to Bulldogs in BF baseball tournament:  The Bonners Ferry Badgers beat the Priest River Spartans 9 - 3 in the first game of the Bonners Ferry tournament last Friday, then lost to the Sandpoint Bulldogs 6-2 in the night cap.
Badgers split with Stags in baseball doubleheader:  The Bonners Ferry Badgers baseball team traveled to North Spokane to take on the Deer Park Stags on Saturday, March 21, and split a doubleheader.
Fish and Game releases rainbow stocking schedule for area lakes:  Idaho Fish and Game has released their planned schedule for stocking Idaho Panhandle area lakes with rainbow trout.
Turkey hunting season opens soon:  It opens in April. 
Fish and Game Commission approves Chinook salmon season for this spring:  The Fish and Game Commission has approved seasons and rules for the earliest of Idaho's Chinook salmon fishing. Read this story for more details.
Badger baseball splits home opener with Lake City JV:  The Badger baseball team looking good in the early season, splitting its home opener doubleheader last Thursday with Lake City JV, the Badgers losing the first game 12-4, but then coming back to earn the split with an 11-3 win.
Track meet this weekend looking for volunteers:  Bonners Ferry High School Trach Coach George Hays is asking for volunteers to help with this weekends' BFHS track meet.
Idaho Fish and Game offers new bowhunter online course:  Idaho bowhunters in need of bowhunter education certification now have the option of being certified online. The course is designed to help Idaho bowhunters sharpen their skills and learn safe in-the-field practices.
Fish and Game Annual Fur Auction set :  You don’t have to be a taxidermist to find a treasure at Idaho Fish and Game’s annual fur auction. This year’s auction of furs, hides, antlers, fishing poles, and other items is set for Saturday, April 11 at Fish and Game’s Salmon Region office in Salmon.
Trapper Education Course scheduled in Coeur d'Alene:  Idaho Fish and Game is now offering voluntary trapper education courses to help educate both new and experienced trappers.  The introduction to trapping class teaches basic trapping techniques with a strong focus on safety and ethical trapper behavior.  Space is limited--click on this story for the details.
Black bear or Grizzly?  Idaho Fish and Game offers online bear identification course:  You don't want to be shooting those grizzlies.
Fish and Game seeks public input on Big Game rules via online web chat tomorrow:  Wildlife managers with Idaho Fish and Game are in the process of crafting seasons and rules for the 2015 big game hunting season, and they want to hear from those interested in providing input.
Badger Basketball:  Three named to All-League Team:  See photos of the Badger boys basketball players named to this year's All League team, also photos of the senior players on the team.
Kootenai Refuge sponsors evening Owl Calling event:  We look forward to seeing you at the Refuge for the Friday, February 27 Owl Program.  All the details are in this article.
Don't get stuck in the Autumn rush--sign up for Hunter Education now:  Every autumn as the leaves begin to change, thousands of Idahoans begin to focus on one thing: heading to the back country to hunt. If you are new to hunting, you must first complete a hunter education course. Far too often, new comers learn that they have waited too long to sign up, and finding a class is difficult.
Badger boys almost knock off #1 ranked Kellogg:  The Bonners Ferry Badger Boys' Varsity basketball team took Idaho's #1 ranked Kellogg Wildcats right down to the closing seconds before losing the game by 3 points, 46-43.
Badger girls lose first District Tournament game:  Basketball's year-end District Tournament is where teams earn the right to go to the Idaho State Basketball Tournament.  In this year's Tournament, the BFHS Girls' Varsity team opened District competition with a game against Priest River. During the regular season, these two teams split, with each team defeating the other once.
Intermountain League standings in Boys' and Girls' Basketball, as of February 11:  Click on this headline to see where all the Intermountain League steams stack up in basketball.
If you're anticipating steelhead fishing on the Clearwater River, here's the story you're looking for:  This winter has been a good one for steelhead anglers in Idaho; especially on the Clearwater River.  There are plenty of fish still moving through the system, and the best is yet to come.
Badger Boys' and Girls' Varsity get overtime wins:  Boys defeat a 5A JV squad, Girls take down Idaho's top-rated team.
Intermountain League standings in Boys' and Girls' Basketball, as of February 6:  Click on this headline to see where all the Intermountain League steams stack up in basketball.
Fish and Game to present update program on Lake Pend Oreille Fishery:  For Idaho Panhandle anglers and biologists alike, one of the greatest highlights of 2014 was watching scores of anglers enjoy great Kokanee fishing on Lake Pend Oreille.  To update anglers and all others interested, Fish and Game will be presenting a program later this month on the lake's fishery.
Intermountain League standings in Boys' and Girls' Basketball, as of February 2:  Click on this headline to see where all the Intermountain League steams stack up in basketball.
Intermountain League standings in Boys' and Girls' Basketball, as of January 28:  Click on this headline to see where all the Intermountain League steams stack up in basketball.
Badger Girls win, Boys take a loss at St. Maries:  The Girls' Badger Varsity Basketball team defeated St. Maries High School 60-38 last Saturday in St. Maries.  Girls' JV also win, while the Boys' Varsity team comes home with a loss.
Idaho wolf population remains well above federal recovery levels; livestock depredations down:  Idaho Fish and Game Staff Biologist Jim Hayden’s recent report on Idaho wolves offered three key messages: Idaho’s wolf population is well above all standards for a recovered population; wolf monitoring was intensified and expanded in 2014; needs and expectations for predation management vary widely across the state.
Mild winter keeps Idaho deer and elk herds strong:  After a banner year for Idaho hunters, deer and elk populations continue to benefit from mild winter conditions. Preliminary harvest surveys suggest high harvest and high success rates in 2014.
Intermountain League standings in Boys' and Girls' basketball:  Click on this headline to see where all the Intermountain League steams stack up in basketball.
Badger Girls split games last week; Girls' JV team mowing down opponents:  Things went great last Thursday and Friday for the BFHS Varsity Girls' basketball team--great for a game and a half that is.
BFHS Boys split their games last week:  The Bonners Ferry Badgers Boys Varsity basketball team lost a league came to Kellogg, but defeated Genesis Preparatory Academy in their games last week.
Enter now for Idaho 2015 Super Hunt Drawing:  Super Hunt and Super Hunt Combo tags allow hunters to participate in any open hunt in the state for deer, elk, pronghorn and/or moose. For the chance to win a tag, hunters must purchase entries for the Super Hunt drawings.
Idaho bighorn sheep tag sells for $100,000:  Idaho’s bighorn sheep auction tag sold for $100,000 to an online bidder at the national Wild Sheep Foundation Sheep Show in Reno Saturday night (Jan 10). This is the fifth highest winning bid since the program started in 1988.
Fish and Game might charge you more for a license, unless you purchase every year:  Idaho Fish and Game will ask Idaho lawmakers this legislative session to consider a proposal to increase resident Idaho license and tag fees, but the request has a twist where you can keep your fee the same.
Steelhead season opens with the New Year:  For some anglers, the best thing about New Year’s is the start of the spring steelhead season, which opens January 1.
Apply soon for Spring controlled hunts:  Black bear, turkey:  The application period for spring black bear controlled hunts opens January 15 and continues through February 15.  This year, the spring turkey controlled hunt application period opens February 1 and runs through March 1.
Ever wanted to "Super Hunt" in Idaho?:  If someone you know loves hunting (and that someone might be you), and dreams of hunting moose, elk, deer, or pronghorn in any and all areas of the state during any and all hunts, including general hunts and controlled hunts, then think about Idaho's Super Hunt drawing.
Moose Madness:  here's what it's all about:  Take a look at this article for the inside story on what all the Madness is about this week.
Fish and Game looking for your input on next year's hunting season:  Fish and Game is drafting proposals for the 2015 hunting season, and is seeking public input on proposals to moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat. Those proposals are now available for public review and comment.
And the Idaho Panhandle National Forest wants your comments on a restoration project:  The Idaho Panhandle National Forest (IPNF) is accepting comments for the Treasured Landscapes Prescribed Fire and Whitebark Pine Restoration Project, located on the Sandpoint Ranger District in the Lightning Creek watershed north of Clark Fork, Idaho.
Furbearer trapping course scheduled in Coeur d'Alene for January 16-17:  Much of Idaho's history from the early 1800s is linked to trapping. For those who are interested in pursuing modern-day trapping in Idaho, Fish and Game is offering an introductory course in trapper education.  Read more about the course by clicking on this headline.
A relative 'Newcomer' inhabits one of Northern Idaho's river/lake systems:  A newcomer is establishing itself in northern Idaho. Walleye, a staple of the Midwestern United States, have not historically been a part of the northern Idaho landscape. They have found their way into area waters fairly recently.
Badgers and Panthers tangled last night in basketball double header:  Badger Varsity Girls have a relatively easy win, while the JV Boys come up just short in an intense loss.
Badger Girls' Varsity Basketball opens season with win:  The 2014-2015 edition of the Bonners Ferry Badger Girls' Varsity Basketball Team opened their season last Thursday, November 20 against the JV team from 4A Lake City High School of Coeur d'Alene.
Low water levels at Boundary Creek-Smith Creek Wildlife Management Area:  Visitors to the Boundary Creek-Smith Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) near Bonners Ferry have noticed that water levels across the WMA are low this year. The lower than normal water level is making trapping and waterfowl hunting very difficult.
Here's where you check your trivia skills on record fish caught in Idaho:  Ready for your Idaho Record Fish Trivia Extravaganza Contest?  See if you can answer a few questions about record-setting fish caught in Idaho.
Here's the full story on BFHS Cross Country at State:  Eleven weeks of training, teamwork, dedication, and deter-mination paid dividends for eight representatives of Bonners Ferry High School cross country, during the season and at the Idaho State Meet.  The State details are all right here.  
Fish and Game reminds hunters of rules for hunting private land:  Deer rifle seasons opened in mid-October in much of Idaho.  You may be surprised at some of the rules regarding hunting on private land in Idaho.  
Wolf trapper certification class scheduled in North Idaho:  If you are interested in trapping, a class has been set up to be held in Coeur d'Alene in a couple of weeks.  This class is required before a person can purchase wolf trapping tags.
BFHS Cross Country competes at Idaho State Cross Country Meet:  The Bonners Ferry Boys' team finished in 8th place at the Idaho State Cross Country meet, completed earlier today at the three mile course around the lake at Eagle Island State Park in Eagle, Idaho.  Click on this headline for more details on individual finishes at the state meet.
BFHS Volleyball team competes at State Tournament:  The Bonners Ferry Badger Volleyball team earned their way to the Idaho State Tournament by winning both the regular season Intermountain League championship and first place in the District Tournament. Click this headline to see the details of their trip to state.
Cross Country team does well at Districts, prepares for State Tournament; Perkins claims District Championship, Warner named Coach of the Year:  The rain let up just in time for the District 1 3A Cross Country Championships to get underway last Thursday, October 23.
Social media page in the fight against poaching:  Several recent poaching cases are catching the attention of Facebook users who follow the Citizens Against Poaching page.
BFHS Volleyball begins state competition with two matches this Friday at Twin Falls. They will first play Sugar-Salem at 9 am.

The BFHS Cross Country team will run this Saturday on a beautiful 3 mile course around the lake at Eagle Island State Park. The girls run first at noon, with the boys following an hour later.

We plan to keep the latest updates for both teams posted right here.
BOYS SOCCER:  In spite of Caleb Blackmore's eight saves for the Badgers, Sun Valley's Community School wins the consolation trophy at the Idaho State 3A Soccer tournament, defeating Bonners Ferry 2-0 on Friday. Congratulations on a great season!
SOCCER:  In State Tournament play today, Thursday, October 23, the District I champion BFHS Badger Boys' Soccer team loses its first game to Wendell with a score 5-0. They will next play American Falls tomorrow, October 24.
VOLLEYBALL:  After winning the Intermountain League championship, the BFHS Volleyball team sweeps six of six games to win two matches and capture first place at the District Tournament.  They now move on to the Idaho State Volleyball Tournament, held in Twin Falls October 31-November 1.
Fish and Game approves historic Coho Salmon season; restored species had been technically extinct:  Anglers, a unique salmon season opens in a river not that far off.  The Idaho Fish and Game Commission has approved an historic fishery for the Clearwater River. For the first time ever, a specific season for Coho Salmon will open in Idaho.
Great regular season finale for BFHS Cross Country:  District competition up next.
BFHS Cross Country performs well at Priest River and Moscow:  The Badgers gain momentum in meets last weekend, including some first place finishes.
Rifle season for deer opens Friday:  Deer hunters are gearing up for opening day across Idaho, as numbers are up and opportunity is high. Three consecutive mild winters across most of Idaho are resulting in unusually high numbers of mule deer and whitetail deer.
It's that special time of year:  Deer hunt opening soon:  The regular deer season opens October 10 in most regions of Idaho.  Take a look at this story to see some tips from Fish and Game on hunting opportunities for youth, their guide in taking care of game meat in the backcountry, and information on hunting rules.
Ask Fish & Game: Hunting on private land:  Idaho Fish and Game answers some commonly-asked questions.
Badger cross country at Plantes Ferry  meet:  Battling against the heat and high-level competition, the Badger cross country team gave it their best shot at the Plantes Ferry meet in Spokane.
Fish and Game:  How to legally recover roadkill:  We have to admit it:  This is a subject that secretly we all sort of wonder about, but publicly, we all turn up our noses in disdain:  roadkill.  And we're not just talking about roadkill, we are talking about salvaging roadkill.
Wolf trapping class scheduled in Pocatello:  The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is holding a wolf trapping certification class in Pocatello on Saturday, September 27.
All hunters and anglers required to stop at check stations:  Throughout the deer and elk seasons, Idaho Fish and Game (IDFG) will be running check stations to collect data on hunter and angler success. Idaho Code requires that "all sportsmen, with or without game, must stop at Fish & Game check stations."
Badger runners perform well at meets in Kellogg, Coeur d'Alene:  The BFHS Cross Country team had a busy week last week, running two races in three days. The team began by running at Kellogg at Pinehurst Golf Course, a notoriously fast race, on Thursday, September 11, and again at Coeur d’Alene’s hilly Hayden Canyon for the Super 1 Invitational on Saturday, September 13.
BFHS Women's soccer posts another win:  BFHS Women's Soccer won their match this weekend against Kellogg. "The girls played amazing," said Coach Delude.
Spotlighters beware! you might be shooting an ASA:  Fish and Game is taking aggressive action to catch and prosecute people who spotlight game animals.
Fall turkey season opens soon:  Hunters looking to bag a wild Idaho turkey can start hunting on Monday, September 15.
BFHS Womens' soccer posts a win:  The Bonners Ferry Badger Womens' soccer team picked up a road win in Kellogg in their latest game on Saturday.
Cross Country team again performs well:  With the cancellation of the annual Silverwood Coaster Cross meet, Coeur d’Alene High School stepped up to host a “jamboree” meet.
BFHS Football: Badgers fall in home opener:  A report on Friday's football game, BFHS vs Newport.
Badger cross-country opens season with great meet at Post Falls:  Badger cross country kicked off the 2014 campaign by shaking off the rust at Kiwanis Park in Post Falls on Thursday.
Badger football loses at Libby in action-filled game:  On August 30 the Bonners Ferry Badger football team traveled to Libby, Montana to take on the Libby Loggers.  This year the Badgers are a young group with only one senior available for the first 2 games.
Fish and Game releases area fish stocking information:  Looking for some ideas on spots where you can do some fishing this fall?  
Fish and Game looking for your help:  Have you seen a wolf?  Scouting for upcoming hunting seasons, huckleberry picking, and general late summer recreating are all good reasons for getting away to Idaho’s great outdoors. If during these forays, you see a wolf, Fish and Game staff would like to hear about it.
Second controlled hunt drawing complete (find out if you got one):  The moment you've been waiting for is here!  Here's how hunters who applied for controlled hunts in the second application period can find out if they were successful.
Disabled hunter access available in the Idaho Panhandle National Forest:  The Disabled Hunter Access Program on the Idaho Panhandle National Forest will be available again this year to qualifying hunters. The program allows motorized access for hunters with disabilities on two roads on the Bonners Ferry Ranger District and three roads on the Sandpoint Ranger District.
Last chance to apply for controlled hunts:  The application period for the second drawing for deer, elk and pronghorn remains open through Friday August 15.
New ADA Deer Hunt Blind on Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge:  Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge has a new Deer Hunt Blind constructed specifically for disabled big game hunters. The Refuge will conduct a random drawing on August 15, 2014, to award ten hunters an ADA Deer Hunt Permit.
Latest Fish and Game news on: drawing for controlled hunts, leftover controlled hunt tags, and fireworks or explosive targets:  In this story, read the latest news from Idaho Fish and Game on these important topics.
Successful summer for Badger Girls' basketball:  The Badger Girls have been bringing championships home in summer tournaments recently.  Click on the headline of this story to read more.
North Idaho baseball team with BF players wins Idaho championship again, moves to regional play:  The Idaho Little League state champions, with three members from Bonners Ferry, is once again playing for a spot in the Little League World Series. The North Idaho Little League team beat out Boise in the state championship held in Sandpoint on July 12th.
Wildlife officials predict good year for deer hunt:  Many Idaho hunters are optimistic about taking a deer, or maybe even two, this fall.  Three consecutive mild winters across most of Idaho are resulting in unusually high numbers of mule deer and whitetail deer.
Badger cross country ramping up; first practice in two weeks:  Summer seems like it just began, but already the time has come to look forward to the fall running season. The Badger cross country staff would like to remind high school runners that first practice will be held Friday, August 15 at 4:00 p.m.  Click on the headline of this story for more details.
Football players are working hard preparing for 2014 season:  Coach DePriest writes about preparations for Badger Football 2014, and gives important dates to remember for members of the team.
Once nearly gone, Lake Pend Oreille kokanee have rebounded in a big way--over one million fish:  The Lake Pend Oreille kokanee are back over the past eight years, due in large part to an Idaho Department of Fish and Game strategy aimed at reducing predation on the smallish game fish.
Unsold non-resident deer and elk tags now available to anyone as second tag:  The Idaho Fish and Game Commission reduced the price of unsold nonresident deer and elk tags will sell them as second tags. Any hunter who has already purchased a deer or elk tag at the regular resident or nonresident price can now purchase a second tag for the same species.
Submit your great photos to Idaho Fish and Game website:  Do you have a photo from a recent Idaho hunting or fishing adventure you want to share? How about a photo you’ve taken of wildlife in Idaho? You can submit your favorite photos electronically for display on Idaho Fish and Game’s website.
Badger Football summer conditioning update:  The Badger football team started our summer strength and conditioning workouts last Monday. There were many positives and some areas of concern.
Fish Stocking Schedule:  Time to plan your fishing strategy for the month of June. And to help out, check out the June fish stocking schedule for Idaho's Panhandle waters, just released by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. You can see the stocking schedule, which includes several Boundary County lakes, by clicking here.
June 14 is Free Fishing Day in Idaho:  Saturday June 14 is your chance to try fishing for the first time, or dust off your rod and put it back into use. It is Free Fishing Day in Idaho, and Idaho Fish and Game invites everyone to celebrate the day by fishing anywhere in Idaho without a license.
Kokanee Catch Limit Increased on Lake Pend Oreille:  Anglers fishing Lake Pend Oreille will be allowed to harvest more kokanee as a result of a vote by the Idaho Fish and Game Commission to increase the limit there.
Badger softball finishes strong in league and district play:  Let's go back in time to Friday, April 25. The Badgers hosted the visiting Troy Trojans for Senior Night. All three seniors: MaKenzie Carle, Brianna Reasoner and Arista Winey were honored as well as the foreign exchange students Ale,Mint and Jin in addition to three seniors from Troy.  The Badgers had a standout performance.
Badgers Advance to Championship Game, Add Three to All-League Team:  The Bonners Ferry Badgers baseball team advanced to the district championship game by defeating the Priest River Spartans 6-1 in the first round of Intermountain League tournament play Thursday afternoon.
Idaho F&G Accepting Applications for Controlled Hunt:  Hunters hoping to draw tags for big game controlled hunts this fall should submit their applications in the next few weeks, according to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. 
IDFG considers increased kokanee harvest: Continued improvement of North Idaho’s Lake Pend Oreille kokanee population has the Idaho Department of Fish and Game considering an increase to the harvest limit.
April busy for Lady Badgers softball: April continues to be a busy month for the high school softball team, with many girls putting in time for both the JV and Varsity squads. With six games over the course of six days between the two, the Badgers had a disappointing record to show for a hard fought week of softball. With many close loses, the team went 1-5 overall between April 14 through 19.
Adam Hall qualifies for 2014 World Team trials: In his first tournament since his ACL knee surgery last August, Adam Hall qualified for the 2014 World Team Trials at the Las Vegas/ASICS U.S. Open wrestling tournament April 18-19.
Busy week for Badger girls: It sure has been a busy week for the Badger softball team! With seven games in the past six days they have earned a well-deserved day of rest on Sunday.
Kelly's Excavating wins championship: The Boundary County Volleyball Association finished their season with a round robin tournament and in a close competition between the top three teams, Kelly’s Excavating won the ‘A' League championship.
Badger Pride ...
Though she couldn't compete with her fellow cheerleaders at state due to injuries from a car crash the night the team earned their state berth, the team presented her with a beautiful Badger Pride plaque for her indomitable spirit following their state performance. Kelsey and her parents were able to attend state, but they're back home and Kelsey is hard at work in rehab to gain back what she lost.
Lady Badgers take first win of the season: The Badgers varsity girls softball team travelled to face Sandpoint's varsity team in a double-hearer Tuesday evening, falling dismally in the opener but roaring back to win game two 7-3 and their first win of the season.
Badger wrestlers keep tradition alive: The Bonners Ferry Wrestling Program is in full swing for the spring season, with wrestling Freestlye and Greco-Roman in several tournaments over the last couple of weeks.
Little League tryouts this week: Little League tryouts will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 28 and from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 29, at the west end of the fairgrounds ball fields. Please be at the batting cages, located near the parking lot of the old downtown mill, if your child plans to play this year in any group other than mini-minors.
Coaches looking to build lacrosse program: Are you looking for an exciting new spring sport? Coaches John Niewieroski and Brandon Glaza are looking to start a new lacrosse team in Bonners Ferry for boys in grades four through eight.
JV girls have good first outing: The Badger's JV softball team played a double header Thursday, March 20, against the Post Falls Trojan's C-team and did very well for their first game. By Sam Schneider
B-run steelhead restrictions lifted: The Idaho Fish and Game Commission voted unanimously to lift the restrictions on harvest of “B-run” steelhead on the Clearwater River for the remainder of the 2014 season effective immediately. The decision was made during the commission meeting on Thursday, March 20, 2014.
IDFG Commission adopts 2014 rules: The Idaho Fish and Game Commission Thursday, March 20, adopted the 2014 seasons for deer, elk, pronghorn, black bear, mountain lion and gray wolf, as well as seasons and limits for Spring Chinook Salmon as proposed by Fish and Game biologists.
Bound for state ...
The Bonners Ferry High School Dance Team will also be traveling to the Idaho Center in Nampa Friday, where they will compete in four different dance categories ... GO, BADGERS!
The Bonners Ferry High School Cheerleaders will be heading to state competition Friday, March 21, at the Idaho Center in Nampa. The Badgers will be competing in three divisions; 3-A All Girl Show Routine, Group Stunt, and Pom Routine. They are very hopeful that teammate Kelsey Shutes, recovering from injuries sustained in a car crash the day she and her team won district and the state berth, will be able to attend and watch. The community's prayers and support are appreciated.
Senior fitness leaders wanted: Do you want to reduce your risk of falls? Stretching and bending your arms and legs with a crowd of happy people can help you reach that goal. Panhandle Health District (PHD) coordinates a group of volunteer leaders who teach Fit and Fall Proof classes.
Badger boys off to state: The Bonners Ferry Badger boys basketball team earned a trip to state Thursday evening, traveling to Timberlake and downing the Tigers 36-33 in a loser-out game decided at the free throw line with only 35 seconds left on the clock.
-- Badger boys open district play tonight --
The Badger boys basketball team travels to Timberlake to take on the Tigers at 7 p.m. tonight, February 27, in the opening round of the Intermountain League Championships. Please plan to go cheer them on!
Go, Badgers!
Bateman tops in Elks Hoop Shoot: Trey Bateman, 8, won the Elks Hoop Shoot Northern Competition in Kellogg last Saturday. Trey hit 23 out of 25 free throws to win the 8 and 9 year old division. Trey also earned top shot honors by hitting the most free throws in all age groups. The district competition hosted the best free throw shooters in North Idaho
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