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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.

Hard Facts: It's gut-check time for the Trail Blazers

Dare we call the Portland basketball team division leaders out loud?

Why not? This young and talented group has earned it.

What worries me is that the Trail Blazers organization may think the grass is greener somewhere else.

Where's Dennis?

Dennis had come to the Anthony Creek feeding site of the Elkhorn Wildlife Area since at least 2000. The Rocky Mountain bull elk has not been seen this winter. - Submitted photos
The question is asked with increasing frequency by people visiting the Elkhorn Wildlife Viewing Area.

Where is Dennis?

Dennis is a six-point bull elk that has visited the Elkhorn Wildlife Viewing Area's Anthony Creek feeding site regularly for at least eight years.

La Grande swimming teams leave Baker City with wins

BAKER CITY — The La Grande boys swim team returned from the Christmas break with a pair of wins, the latest coming in Baker City Saturday.

On the boys' side, the Tigers dominated Baker with a 173.5 team points. The Bulldogs finished with 104.5.

La Grande placed first in every event at the meet.

The I-84 cup: EOU men vs. College of Idaho

Quinn Coliseum has been empty for 25 days. The iron rims and backboards have been waiting for Spalding leather. The stands have been waiting for shouting Mountie Madmen donning the school colors of blue and gold.

Tonight, the wait ends, as EOU men's basketball hosts Cascade Conference rival College of Idaho at 7:30 p.m. It's the first of three home games this week for the No. 6-ranked Mountaineers.

Welcome home.

Tigers send Seagulls home with a loss

UN-WINDE-ING: La Grande senior Gage Winde finished with 10 points during a 66-52 win against Seaside Saturday. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
Ad executives may want to think about the La Grande boys basketball team when dreaming up another commercial featuring a bunny beating a drum, because they just don’t stop.

The Tigers used a frenzied attack to down Seaside 66-52 Saturday.

La Grande head coach Aaron Mills admitted the tempo can get a little overwhelming.

La Grande lets Seaside slip away with a win

TIGER TROUBLE: La Grande post Carlene MacKay connects on a field goal during a 50-46 loss to Seaside Saturday. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
A Tigers team teetering on the cusp fell the wrong way Saturday.

The La Grande girls basketball team battled with Seaside but eventually lost the  war 50-46.

Tigers head coach Jim MacKay said he’s waiting for the team to take the big leap.

Badgers fend off courageous Cougars

BEWARE OF THE BADGER: Justin Allen drives to the basket Friday versus Wallowa. Allen would finish the game with 14 points — one of four Badgers who finished in double-digit scoring. - The Observer/BRUCE MASON
NORTH POWDER — There was Jordan Pratt, establishing his no-fly zone in the Powder paint, swatting away two shots like annoying insects. There was Justin Allen and Keegan Conro, draining shots from behind the arc, giving their Badgers a large first-quarter lead.

Sixteen points for Powder.

Two for Wallowa.

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