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Ebel leads in points, Tigers finish third

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La Grandeís Bryce Ebel had a big day at the OSAA 4A/3A/2A/1A Special District II swim meet. The sophomore was named the high-point swimmer Saturday.
Ebel sets record at the district swimming meet 

GRESHAM — Bryce Ebel made a splash at the high school district meet.  

 

Ebel leads in points, Tigers finish third

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La Grandeís Bryce Ebel had a big day at the OSAA 4A/3A/2A/1A Special District II swim meet. The sophomore was named the high-point swimmer Saturday.
Ebel sets record at the district swimming meet 

GRESHAM — Bryce Ebel made a splash at the high school district meet.  

 

Super sophomores

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Collman, Albrecht and Avila (left to right) helped the Tigers clinch the league championship with a win against Ontario Friday night.
Young trio helps La Grande bring home the league title with a win against Ontario 

LA GRANDE — The sophomores of the La Grande girls basketball team have taken the court by storm this season. Kylin Collman, Avery Albrecht and Kali Avila, three of the Tigers’ starting lineup, have proven that hard work and great team play wins games. 

 

Final stretch for senior

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La Grande senior Tyson Wicklander and his teammates are 17-2 overall this season.
 

Wicklander and the Tigers want to lock up the league title tonight

Tyson Wicklander is on the verge of completing a goal he takes very seriously, and with a sense of pride.

He saw what La Grande basketball was supposed to be like the year before enrolling at the high school as a freshman. In 2008, the Tigers went to the state basketball tournament. They won the Greater Oregon League title, and finished second in state.  

 

Final stretch for senior

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La Grande senior Tyson Wicklander and his teammates are 17-2 overall this season.
 

Wicklander and the Tigers want to lock up the league title tonight

Tyson Wicklander is on the verge of completing a goal he takes very seriously, and with a sense of pride.

He saw what La Grande basketball was supposed to be like the year before enrolling at the high school as a freshman. In 2008, the Tigers went to the state basketball tournament. They won the Greater Oregon League title, and finished second in state.  

 

BRUSH BEAT: Rewards offered to anglers

SALEM — Anglers who turn in their 2013 combined angling tag and/or hatchery harvest tag before May 16 could win one of more than 100 outdoor products or gift cards from Bi-Mart.

ODFW is sponsoring the promotion to try to increase the number of returned tags. Currently, the department estimates, only about 20 percent of anglers return their combined tags, which are required to fish for salmon, steelhead, sturgeon and Pacific halibut.

The information is used to determine harvest rates and effort rates in Oregon’s salmon, steelhead, sturgeon and halibut fisheries. The information is also posted on the ODFW website, where anglers can check the harvest rates in their favorite water bodies.

Anglers who return their tags by the May 16 deadline will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win prizes that include Bi-Mart gift cards and Okuma rod and reel combos.

Completed tags can be returned in person to any ODFW office or license agent. 


 

BRUSH BEAT: Rewards offered to anglers

SALEM — Anglers who turn in their 2013 combined angling tag and/or hatchery harvest tag before May 16 could win one of more than 100 outdoor products or gift cards from Bi-Mart.

ODFW is sponsoring the promotion to try to increase the number of returned tags. Currently, the department estimates, only about 20 percent of anglers return their combined tags, which are required to fish for salmon, steelhead, sturgeon and Pacific halibut.

The information is used to determine harvest rates and effort rates in Oregon’s salmon, steelhead, sturgeon and halibut fisheries. The information is also posted on the ODFW website, where anglers can check the harvest rates in their favorite water bodies.

Anglers who return their tags by the May 16 deadline will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win prizes that include Bi-Mart gift cards and Okuma rod and reel combos.

Completed tags can be returned in person to any ODFW office or license agent. 


 

Sharp findings

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Tom Claycomb shows off his Havalon Piranta knife. Itís a small, easy-to-carry knife. (TOM CLAYCOMB photo)
 

Claycomb discusses knives that may be flying under the radar

As with most outdoorsmen I’m into knives. I teach a lot of knife related seminars. In January I conducted one at the Dallas Safari Club Convention and Expo, in February and at the Safari Club International Convention in Vegas and in March.  

 

Sharp findings

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Tom Claycomb shows off his Havalon Piranta knife. Itís a small, easy-to-carry knife. (TOM CLAYCOMB photo)
 

Claycomb discusses knives that may be flying under the radar

As with most outdoorsmen I’m into knives. I teach a lot of knife related seminars. In January I conducted one at the Dallas Safari Club Convention and Expo, in February and at the Safari Club International Convention in Vegas and in March.  

 

Recruiting reload

Mountaineers football team eyes incoming class of 22 players

During his tenure as head coach, Tim Camp has avoided huge turnover rates in the football program. This season proves to be no different with a plan that’s been in place since Camp came to Eastern Oregon University six years ago.

“We continually stick to how we started the program,” Camp said. “We find the best kid, who’s the best fit for Eastern. That’s not only on the field, but off the field, too. 

 
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