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Leaping to glory

Eastern Oregon University sophomore Harley McBride, who already owns the all-time school indoor track and field high jump record, is inching closer to the Mountaineers’ outdoor program mark.
With each track and field meet this season, Eastern Oregon University’s Harley McBride is making the spectacular look routine. As her consistency grows, so does the chance to do something only one other Mountaineer has accomplished.

Slugging her way through the Cascade

Eastern Oregon University catcher Cassie Wendt is off to a sizzling start to her senior season. Wendt is alone in first in the Cascade Collegiate Conference in batting percentage, on-base percentage and slugging percentage.
It isn’t as if Cassie Wendt had a poor junior year by any means.

Beacons quiet Mountie bats

Eastern Oregon University shortstop Haley Hess fires the ball to first base Saturday during a game against Corban University.
The Corban University pitching staff entered La Grande as one of the better units in the conference, and it did not disappoint Saturday.

Chasing seven feet

Eastern Oregon University track and field athlete Travis Simpson practices his long jump during a recent Mountaineer practice.
Eastern Oregon University track and field assistant coach Jeff Hoskisson knows it’s just a matter of time for Travis Simpson in the high jump.

Sullivan rounding into top form for Mounties

Eastern Oregon University’s Megan Sullivan was named the Cascade Collegiate Conference women’s track athlete of the week after reaching three NAIA “B” standards last weekend at the Jackson’s Invitational in Nampa, Idaho.
The accomplishments for Megan Sullivan were long and impressive during her senior year of high school in Grangeville, Idaho.

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