|La Grande suffered a tough loss to McLoughlin in its final home dual of the season, but a decorated Tiger senior was able to go out on top.
La Grande senior Cole Rohan, top, controls McLoughlin’s Deazon Zerba during a match in the 106-pound division during a dual Thursday at La Grande High. Rohan earned a 17-4 major decision victory in his final home match of his career.
|Instead of competing for their school, high school wrestlers were wrestling for their counties Thursday night.
Joseph’s Jared Wilcox, left, squares off with Elgin’s Jordan Vermillion, right, during a dual between teams from Union County and Wallowa County Thursday at Union High School. Union County won the dual, 42-25.
|A video tribute of last season’s NBA champions inspired La Grande’s play against Nyssa.
La Grande senior Rachel Alexander attacks the Nyssa defense in transition Tuesday during a nonleague game at home. The Tigers won, 75-32, for their fifth straight victory.
|Stan Rodrigues can’t wait to start molding the program into his own vision.
Stan Rodrigues was named as the head coach for the men’s soccer team at Eastern Oregon University. The program will begin in the 2015-2016 school year.
|As he began coming into his own as a person, Eastern Oregon University’s De’Sean Mattox had a choice to make.
Eastern Oregon University’s De’Sean Mattox is the second-leading scorer for the Mounties, with 19.3 points per game, and leads the team in assists with nearly four assists per game.
|Even though she was frustrated at halftime, Powder Valley’s Bailee Allen did just what her coach told her to.
Powder Valley’s Bailee Allen breaks the pressure of the Joseph defense Friday during an Old Oregon League matchup.
|The Elgin wrestling team made warmup T-shirts for their season, with “Band of Brothers” emblazoned across the front.
Elgin wrestler Damian Hernandez is 21-3 on the season so far. After reaching the state tournament last season, the senior is focused on getting back to state.
No. 25 Eastern Oregon University’s Maya Ah You was named the Cascade Collegiate Conference’s player of the week following her 31-point effort in a 77-65 win over No. 12 Southern Oregon University Saturday.
One of the trademarks for No. 25 Eastern Oregon University’s success is the team’s cohesiveness.
Eastern Oregon University’s Madeline Laan is leading the team with 12.1 points per game, and is third on the team in rebounding with 6.4 boards per game.
|In a matchup of two teams tied at the top of the Cascade Collegiate Conference, it was only fitting the game took five more minutes to end.
Eastern Oregon University’s Kassy Larson, left, and Southern Oregon University’s Alexi Smith battle to control the tip to begin overtime Saturday. The Mountaineers won 77-65 to seize first place in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
|The La Grande girls basketball team used a tenacious defensive effort to claim sole possession of first place in the Greater Oregon League Friday, cruising to a 45-33 win over Baker City.
La Grande's Madison Wilcox shoots over the outstretched arm of Baker's Kylie Severson Friday.
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