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Tigers dominate in water

FLUID FORM: LHS swimmer Brandon Taylor set a personal record in winning the 100-meter butterfly Saturday. The Tigers boys team won the meet with a total of 127 points. The girls also won with 118 points. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
The future is scary.

Training dictated the La Grande High School swim team times should be higher. Instead the Tigers dominated their home meet on the boys' and girls' side.

The girls won with a total of 188 points. Pendleton finished 28 points back with 90.

McClune calms nerves, beats Tiger-Scots

REBOUND REACH: Huskies post Brandi Campbell battles for a rebound with Weston-McEwen's Jamie Miley Friday. The Huskies won the game 32-30, and will travel to Pilot Rock today. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
ELGIN — Good teams are only as good as their weakest link.

The Huskies found out they're strong against Weston-McEwen during a 32-30 Blue Mountain Conference win Friday.

Playing without senior point guard Sam Perez, for an undisclosed reason, the Huskies felt out of place.

Huskies drop conference opener

A LITTLE MOORE: Dillan Moore's 23 points weren't enough for Elgin in a 65-63 loss to Weston-McEwen Friday. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
ELGIN — The only thing Elgin got from Friday's game was a moral victory — but those don't count in the standings.

Weston-McEwen stole the Huskies' boys basketball home conference opener 65-63.

Elgin head coach Casey Hallgarth said it was a great effort.

Badgering the opposition: Powder rolls

BADGER BEWARE: Powder Valley senior Michael Stephens races to the hoop for a lay-in Friday. Powder plays at Prairie City at 6:30 p.m. Thursday - Observer photos/BRUCE MASON
NORTH POWDER — Whoever operated the scoreboard Friday night at Powder Valley must have sore fingers this morning.

Led by freshman Trenton Dixon, No. 8-ranked Powder Valley rolled visiting Nixyaawii, 91-41, improving to 5-0.

McCallum, Tuck reach tri-state semifinals

COUR D'ALENE, Idaho — John Tuck and Dyllan McCallum completed step one of a very difficult task — making day two of the Tri-State Wrestling Tournament.

Navigating the 64-man bracket proved a daunting but achievable task for the La Grande High School wrestlers.

Cabin takes chill off winter

Members of the La Grande Sno-Drifters assemble their club's new log cabin in October. Those working, left to right, are Mitch Williams, Nick Milner and Scott Wilde. - Photo/GREG BLACKMAN
You do not need a key, money or even a reservation to enter this new forest cabin.

Snowmobiles, cross country skis and snowshoes instead are your passes.

EOU shakes off dust, Wolves

AND 1: EOU guard Mark Carollo draws a foul from the Wolves' Brett Weisner during a 80-62 win Thursday. Carollo finished with 16 points. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
Perspective is everything.

For the Mountaineers a 80-62 against visiting Walla Walla University wasn't expected.

EOU head coach Ryan Looney didn't see the win as a win.

Tiger girls end brief skid

VALE — Just breathe.

La Grande finally did, and picked up its first win of the season.

The Tigers girls basketball team defeated Vale 41-36, improving to 1-2 on the season.

From Iraq to Cove, Gorham shines

He could hear the rocket coming, eerily whistling in his ear.

Then came the blast, then the impact, then that profound, odd concussion in his chest.

Todd Gorham pinned against those sandbags in Kirkuk, Iraq, held his hands behind his head, covering it from raining rocks and debris just three days into this call of duty, wondering how he would make it through an entire year.

Tiger boys rolling, girl strolling

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FRUITLAND, IDAHO — Timing is everything, and La Grande's was a little off.

The Tigers girls basketball team struggled against a more seasoned Fruitland squad during a 45-17 loss Saturday.

"They're mid-way through their season already," La Grande head coach Jim MacKay said. "We are not at that point yet. The offense is still coming along. These girls have the talent to do better things on the court."

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