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PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Tigers enjoy strong showing at district

The La Grande girls track and field team was neck-and-neck all day with Ridgeview, but in the end fell just short, finishing with 170 points for second place behind Ridgeview’s 176 Saturday at the 4A Greater Oregon League district championship in Baker City.


PREP SOFTBALL: Tigers use strong pitching, timely hitting to pound Baker

The La Grande softball team ended its regular season the best way possible, with a commanding Greater Oregon League sweep of Baker Friday in Baker City.


PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Union girls storm to district title

Backed by Elizabeth Herbes’ first-place finishes in the 200- and the 400-meter race, and wins from McKenzie Evans in the 1,500 and 3,000, Union rolled to a 2A Blue Mountain Conference girls track and field championship Friday in Union.


EOU graduate named top athletic director in Oregon

Eastern Oregon University graduate Jason Boyd has been named Oregon’s 4A Athletic Director of the Year for his work at Seaside High School.


Mounties sign sixth new commitment

The Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball program added its sixth new recruit for the upcoming season, with head coach Jared Barrett announcing Case Rada’s commitment Wednesday.

Tigers close out final test before district golf play

La Grande's Jake Girard fired a team-best 82 at the Hermiston Invite Thursday to pace the Tigers.

WEEK AHEAD: April 18, 19

Leading the pack

Union’s McKenzie Evans was named one of the athletes to watch during the track and field season.

Union runner earns state wide honor that helps put her on the map

Most young kids don’t grasp the idea of investing. It doesn’t compute in the information now age. Money and time are something spent immediately — not left to grow and mature with time. 

Union’s McKenzie Evans is the exception to the norm. The high school runner has invested countless hours into something many people see as torture — running for fun. But, it’s paid off.  

THE HARD FACTS: Coaches made a great choice

Floored. That is the best way to describe the feeling of opening the Class 2A girls basketball all-state team email. Honestly, I thought the coaches would get it wrong. But, in the end I think the voting for the Player of the Year went down the way it should have. 

Galloping into spring

Kim Hilton leads her horse, Marvin, over poles during a March 29 class on using trail obstacles to build horse and rider confidence taught by Elaine Case and Tracie Wick at Case Farms in La Grande. (KELLY BLACK photo)

Sierra arrived on Thanksgiving eve from a ranch in Keating. 

A retired reining horse, Sierra had been doing ranch work. She came to me loaded with experience, wisdom and ticks. 

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