How many people woke up feeling refreshed in Oregon today? Probably not many following the Ducks' loss in Tucson.
While most fans of the soon to be former No. 2 team will not admit it, they were preparing for it.
It used to be death and taxes were the only two certainties in
life, but add another one to the stone slab — the Ducks will let you
The Mountaineers did not draw up a one-win season prior to starting the 2007 campaign, but it worked out that way.
MAYBE NEXT YEAR: Mounties sophomore defensive back Ulises Trejo gallops downfield Saturday versus Montana State Northern. - The Observer/CHRIS BAXTER
Following a loss to Montana State Northern, EOU dropped to 1-10
in the Frontier Conference — with the lone win coming at home against
the University of Montana State Western, 38-24.
This season wipes out a streak of three consecutive winning seasons.
EUGENE — What is a poll worth? Not very much following the Class 4A State Championship.
LYMAN LEADING: Tigers senior Josi Lyman puts down a kill during the championship match against Sisters Saturday. La Grande lost in five games. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
Sisters walked away with the title after rallying past La Grande in five games (18-25, 26-24, 19-25, 25-13, 15-10) Saturday.
All year long La Grande and Estacada graced the top of the polls.
Following the championship match, Sisters topped them both.
IMBLER — There was Imbler coach
Lee Lowe, entering the locker room, listening to his screaming
Panthers, followed by a chorus of thunderous clapping, then one
collective, shouting message.
PANTHER PRIDE: Imbler senior quarterback Nick Thompson accounted for seven touchdowns Saturday in a 69-20 win against Mitchell-Spray. The Panthers will play at Perrydale at noon Saturday. - The Observer/BRUCE MASON
They said it after the game, used it during the game, and now,
this 1A Special District 4 school is headed to the OSAA Final Eight.
Tears poured onto the field, streaming from the eyes of Tigers athletes who just saw their season come to an end.
On this night, though, there is nothing to be sad about. Nothing to be ashamed about and everything to be proud about.
FOREST GROVE — Panther pride won't diminish, even after a semifinal loss at the Class 1A state playoffs.
Imbler's Liz Eckstein digs a return at the state tournament Friday. Imbler fell to Dufur in five games in the semifinal. - The Observer/PAUL HARDER
Imbler fell to Dufur in five games (25-21, 10-25, 23-25, 25-13, 15-11) at Pacific University Friday.
Panthers head coach Jennifer Teeter said there was nothing to sulk about.
The Eastern Oregon University men's
basketball team stretched its early season win streak to four games
Friday, knocking off Montana Tech, 89-57, in the opening round of the
Quinn Classic tournament.
The Mountaineers' Paul Carollo puts up a shot in Friday's game against Montana Tech at the Aramark Quinn Classic. Carollo scored six points in the Mountaineers' 89-57 win. - The Observer/CHRIS BAXTER
Playing before their hometown crowd in newly refurbished Quinn
Coliseum, the Mountaineers jumped out to a 9-2 lead in the first 3 1/2
minutes and never let the Orediggers into the game from there.
MBLER — They'll pull over those white and
orange jerseys, leave the residence, drive or walk or run toward the
football field, then watch those varsity athletes in black and orange
jerseys put on a community show.
Imbler football. Perfect in the regular season. Maybe soon to be perfect in the postseason.
It's here. And it starts with Mitchell-Spray (7-1) at 2 p.m Saturday at Imbler (9-0).
"It's going to be great for the community," Imbler's 29-year
coach Lee Lowe said just minutes before practice Thursday. "This is the
time of year when everyone is anxious to get going."
The WHO would be impressed with what is taking place at the Ladd Marsh Wildlife Area.
Hunters who take birds at Ladd Marsh might find themselves stopped by wildlife officials who are sampling birds for avian flu. - Photo/ODFW
No, not the legendary English rock band, but a Switzerland-based
organization that marches to a more methodical but urgent beat — the
World Health Organization.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service are monitoring birds at Ladd Marsh and at
waterfowl sites throughout the nation for avian flu.
Huddling around the laptop Friday night, several Tigers coaches could not hide their glee upon learning their berth into the OSAA playoffs.
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