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You can call Dylan Reece a team player. The La Grande senior performed the old sports cliche of taking one for the team during a dual against Baker City Thursday night. But, Reece turned an obstacle into a chance to get better.
 

JIM WARD: Young Guns

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Kids who spend time in the woods hunting often learn to appreciate all the other creatures not intended for the game bag. (Jim Ward photo)
Once New Year’s resolutions are set in motion, sportsmen begin thinking about upcoming hunts. Tag applications and reserving vacations for autumn adventures are on the agenda. If you have young hunters in the family, efforts begin to address their desires. 

I still remember getting my first rifle at age 8 — a 30.30 Winchester. Wow — in 1960 game was plentiful and the hunting  seasons lasted for months. You could hunt almost anywhere. My first buck, a nice forked-horn, seemed monster-big. A lot has changed since those days.

 

JIM WARD: Young Guns

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Kids who spend time in the woods hunting often learn to appreciate all the other creatures not intended for the game bag. (Jim Ward photo)
Once New Year’s resolutions are set in motion, sportsmen begin thinking about upcoming hunts. Tag applications and reserving vacations for autumn adventures are on the agenda. If you have young hunters in the family, efforts begin to address their desires. 

I still remember getting my first rifle at age 8 — a 30.30 Winchester. Wow — in 1960 game was plentiful and the hunting  seasons lasted for months. You could hunt almost anywhere. My first buck, a nice forked-horn, seemed monster-big. A lot has changed since those days.

 

BRUSH BEAT: ARPAC to meet in Salem

SALEM—The first meeting of a new Archery Review Public Advisory Committee will be 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday at ODFW headquarters in Salem (4034 Fairview Industrial Drive SE).

 

BRUSH BEAT: ARPAC to meet in Salem

SALEM—The first meeting of a new Archery Review Public Advisory Committee will be 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday at ODFW headquarters in Salem (4034 Fairview Industrial Drive SE).

 

La Grande returns home, opens league with a win against Pioneers

La Grande boys basketball fans saw a little bit of everything in the first home game since Jan. 2 against Pendleton.

 

Tigers place second in Hood River

HOOD RIVER — The La Grande High School swim team had a very successful performance at the Hood River High School Invitational Swim Meet Saturday. 
 

La Grande corrals Pioneers

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La Grandeís Haley White (2) drives past a McLoughlin defender during the Tigers' 63-25 win to open the Greater Oregon League schedule Tuesday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

The moment the La Grande girls basketball team dreaded happened to coincide with a day it had been looking forward to. The Tigers opened the Greater Oregon League schedule at home against McLoughlin, and also will be without Lexus Miller-Moylan. 

Miller-Moylan’s family moved to Beaverton, and the junior went to join her family. 

 

Eagle Cap race nearing start

Eagle Cap race offers viewers many chances to get out and see the racers

JOSEPH — The running of the Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race is this week and Wallowa County is gearing up for the 10th running of one of the West’s best run Iditarod and Yukon Quest qualifiers.

Wednesday Race Central opens from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Joseph Community Center in Joseph at the corner of South Lake and East First streets. 

 

EOU grabs big win against Warriors

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EOUís Tony Eackles Jr. attempts a tough shot against Corban University Saturday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

The Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team picked up an important Cascade Conference win in Quinn Coliseum Saturday.

Tony Eackles Jr. found a way to put points on the board during a 74-65 win against Corban despite an off night from the field.

 
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