La Grande’s Jon Gonzalez slides safely into second base during the first inning of the Mud Dogs’ 14-1 victory over the Milton-Freewater Blazers Monday at Pioneer Park. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
La Grande 16-and-under squad finishes with doubleheader sweep
The first inning of the opening game of La Grande’s doubleheader against Milton-Freewater Monday was literally a walk in the park.
In a half inning that took over 40 minutes to complete, the Mud Dogs scored nine runs, four of which came off walks with an additional two coming off wild pitches. As a result, the Mud Dogs only needed five innings to defeat the Blazers by a 14-1 margin in the first game. La Grande completed the sweep with a 9-3 win in the nightcap.
ENTERPRISE — Fewer fish available to anglers and warmer water temperatures have prompted Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife biologists to close the spring Chinook fisheries in the Imnaha, Wallowa and Snake rivers beginningSunday.