By The Associated Press December 04, 2014 08:42 am
ENTERPRISE — A team of experts charged with accelerating the pace of forest restoration and heading off big fires in the Blue Mountains of northeast Oregon is proposing a 10-year effort to thin the underbrush in a 100,000-acre area.
The Wallowa girls basketball squad enters this season eager to improve on last year's 6-15 overall record and 2-8 mark in the Class 1A Old Oregon League.
With four returning starters, head coach Greg Oveson will have the benefit of working with a number of experienced players including Taylor Harshfield and Macey Frei, both of whom averaged about five points per game last season.
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