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Tiger wrestlers struggle vs. Henley

REDMOND — La Grande received a wake-up call at the Remond Wrestling Tournament Saturday.

The Tigers fell to Henley 38-30, losing their third duel of the event.

La Grande head coach Klel Carson said the team will find an answer.

La Grande roars past Mac-Hi

WHO'S NEXT?: La Grande hosts Baker at 6 p.m. Thursday. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
MILTON-FREEWATER — La Grande found the weakest link in Mac-Hi's armor — the post.

The Tigers worked the ball inside for a 74-45 win against the host Pioneers Friday.

La Grande head coach Aaron Mills said the team came ready to play.

Lady Mounties win again

MOUNTIE MAGIC: Amanda Matson (center) weaves a pass between Northwest defenders Saturday. EOU (13-1, 7-0) will host College of Idaho at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. - The Observer/BRUCE MASON
Oh, that nagging common cold.

It's plagued the Lady Mountaineers basketball team lately, sweeping through three starters and bench players, as well.

There's not a cure for this lingering sickness, doctors say, but if they were in attendance at Quinn Coliseum Saturday, they may reconsider that theory.

Panthers claim clash against Powder Valley

TAYLOR MADE: Imbler forward Taylor McIntosh (bottom) scores a basket during a 64-59 win at North Powder Saturday. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
NORTH POWDER — Imagine home spectators

sitting three feet from the floor and a talented host team wanting to prove itself.

That's the battle Imbler faced and won Saturday.

The Panthers were glad to leave North Powder with a 64-57 win.

Union holds off Huskies, Outlaws oust Tiger-Scots

SANDWICHED: Elgin's Tara Ludwig (20) is boxed in by Union defensder Carrie Stratton (left) and Jessy Reynolds (right) Friday. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
ELGIN — When Union and Elgin square off you never know what you're going to get. A little like mixing chemicals Friday, the Bobcats had enough to get by Elgin 53-40.

Union post Ali Anderson said the team came ready to play.

Unselfish Bobcats blitz Huskies at home

MOORE OFFENSE: Elgin sophomore Dalton Moore (5) drives to the basket against Union's Brian Savely (41) Friday. The Bobcats won the game 68-45. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
ELGIN — An unselfish attitude carried Union on the road Friday.

The Bobcats boys basketball team cruised to a 68-45 win against rival Elgin.

Union senior Kaden Titus said the team has a different look.

Carollo, fortunate break lead EOU men

MOUNTIE MAGNIFICENT: EOU coach Ryan Looney instructs Dan Blanchard (No. 24) and his Mountie teammates Friday. The Mountaineers (13-1, 6-0 Cascade) host Northwest University tonight at 7:30. - The Observer/BRUCE MASON
The game was tied. Three-tenths of a second remained.

Here was Mountaineers guard Nick Finley, standing at the free-throw line, holding the leather basketball and fate of a dramatic contest, right there in his hands.

Two shots.

EOU women battle sickness, defeat Evergreen

They were sick. They were not at their best.

But they still got the job done, and that's all that matters.

The EOU women's basketball team maintained its perfect record in the Cascade Conference, defeating visiting Evergreen, 65-58, on Friday at Quinn Coliseum.

La Grande, Elgin grapplers compete at Redmond tourney

REDMOND — Klel Carson knows the areas where his wrestling team needs

improvement. The only problem is, he had to learn about those improvements the hard way, as La Grande lost two matches Friday at the Redmond Tournament.

La Grande defeated La Pine 51-12 after dropping matches versus Cascade (35-27) and Illinois Valley (51-21).

Oregon National Guard makes its mark on wrestling community

Christmas came early for the Union/Powder varsity wrestling team, as Art Alaniz played Santa Claus and handed out a large present five days in advance.

The Oregon Army National Guard SFC walked into Union High on Thursday, Dec. 20 — minus the white beard and red suit — and presented the Bobcat-Badger team with its own wrestling mat.

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