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Yotes steal win from Mountaineers

Eastern Oregon University’s Andrea Roeder beats out a bunt attempt in the second game of a doubleheader Tuesday at Peggy Anderson Field. EOU dropped both games to the College of Idaho. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

College of Idaho rallies in seventh to sweep doubleheader 

After cruising past Eastern Oregon University in the opening game of a doubleheader at Peggy Anderson Field, it took a seventh-inning rally for the College of Idaho to come away with a clean sweep.

The Mountaineers were poised to pick up their second conference win of the season, leading 5-3 headed into the bottom of the seventh. But, College of Idaho had other plans. 

HARDER: Special District 6 evaporates before the softball season starts

All good things must come to an end, so they say.

While most of Oregon was watching the classification changes next year very closely, it was easy to miss changes that would affect this season. 

Huskies open season at Sherman

SHERMAN — Elgin High School opened the track and field season at the Sherman Invitational Saturday.

The boys finished seventh in a 13-team field with 30 points. Goldendale, Wash., took first with 134 points, while Corbett took second with 109 points.

Eastern skid reaches 6 losses

Mountaineers fall twice Saturday to No. 22 Owls

KLAMATH FALLS — After opening the season winning four of its first five games, the Eastern Oregon University softball team is looking to snap a losing streak that has grown to six games. 

The Mountaineers dropped a pair of Cascade Conference games to No. 22 Oregon Institute of Technology Saturday. 

Tigers roll to perfect weekend, tourney title

ONTARIO — A little wildness in the bottom of the seventh allowed the La Grande baseball team to come home with the championship trophy Saturday at the Treasure Valley Classic. 

Isaiah Cranford raced home on a wild pitch in the seventh inning to give the Tigers a 4-3 win over Scappoose.

Young Tigers meet goal

THE DALLES — For the first time out this season, La Grande girls golf coach Ron Evans didn’t put too much pressure on his young team. The goal was simply to finish what they started.

“The girls did a great job,” Evans said. “Considering the experience we have, we set a goal we could reach. They all handled it really well for the first time out.”

Newcomb tabbed as All-American

KANSAS CITY, Mo. —The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics has announced the 2013-14 Division II Women’s Basketball All-America Teams. Eastern Oregon University senior Brittney Newcomb was named second team All-American.

Wait and see

La Grande senior first baseman Kendall Kirkland is one of few upperclassmen returning to the softball team this season. The Tigers went 12-10 overall last season.

La Grande is loaded with youth on the softball diamond, and time will tell how it handles pressure

La Grande head coach Lin Casciato is keeping most of his thoughts to himself, but he can’t help talk about one thing — potential.

You won't believe what your .22 can do

I was at the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA) Convention last year and met Brian Hamm and his wife. The first night we were setting around shooting the bull after concluding the days events and he told me that their company had invented the Optimizer Horizon (OH).

Time to hand out postseason awards

Every year the all-league teams come out. Sometimes I’m left scratching my head. Maybe it’s the world of fantasy sports we live in. Everyone, if they so choose, can build their own team. It’s like being an arm-chair quarterback with a little general manager flare thrown in. 

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