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.
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.
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.
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