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Hauling hardware

Imblerís Brandon McGilvray fights for yardage in a game against Weston-McEwen last season. The junior was named for three all-Wapiti accolades for his play, including defensive player of the year. (Observer file photo)
A four-game winning streak led Imbler to a quarterfinal run in the Class 2A state playoffs, and it reaped the rewards in the postseason meetings.

Next stop: history

Eastern Oregon University senior Haley Hill, left, is one of the holdovers from last yearís 3-8-4 team. The Mountaineers pulled off the biggest reversal in the NAIA this season, going 17-2-1, and now host an NAIA National Championship opening round match against Biola (California) University Saturday. (Observer file photo)
It was quite a scene for senior Danielle Robinson and her Eastern Oregon University teammates at last week’s Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament.

Mountiesí comeback falls short at home

Eastern Oregon Universityís Ashley Knight (25) attempts a shot in traffic against Whitman College. (Cherise Kaechele, The Observer)
The No. 14 Eastern Oregon University women’s basketball team scratched and clawed its way out of a double-digit fourth quarter deficit, which was good for head coach Anji Weissenfluh to see.

Tigers hoard league honors

Ray Jimenez, left, and Andrew Peasley were both named to the all-Greater Oregon League first-team offense, with Peasley selected as Offensive Player of the Year. (Observer file photo)
La Grande’s impressive 2015 football season received a fitting cap as 13 Tigers were given all-Greater Oregon League honors and the team swept the Player of the Year award on both sides of the ball.

Ready for the state swim

Special Olympic swimmers, from left, Dani Thorne, Nick Mendiguren and Remy Spangler will compete in the Fall State Games Saturday in Beaverton. (Ronald Bond, The Observer
About 180 swimmers from across the state are getting ready to descend on Beaverton this weekend for the Special Olympics Oregon Fall State Games.

SPORTS REPORT 2015: Episode 12

Yotes shock Mounties again at CCC tournament

For the second consecutive season College of Idaho extended its season, while breaking No. 9 Eastern Oregon University’s string of perfection at home.

Pirates steal win from Cougars

The Wallowa Cougars had just taken a 22-point lead late in the third quarter and were in prime position to advance to the Class 1A football semifinals.

Raiders blitz EOU

Southern Oregon University wide receiver Matt Retzlaff hauls in a first-half touchdown in front of Adam Bese (29) and the Eastern Oregon University secondary in the Raidersí 48-37 win Saturday.
No. 8 Southern Oregon University needed a win to ensure a spot in the NAIA National Football Series, and it played like it Saturday.

EOU women clinch national tourney bid

The Mountaineers are going to nationals.

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