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Eastern netters make history

Last season brought the first co-Cascade Collegiate Conference regular season title for Eastern Oregon University. This year, the Mountaineers stand alone on top of the CCC.

Badgers look to keep momentum

Powder Valley volleyball head coach Marji Lind said her team has had to fight for every victory it has earned in recent weeks, as the Badgers have taken the best punches from their Old Oregon League opponents and from Dufur in the second round of the Class 1A playoffs.

SPORTS REPORT 2015: Episode 10

Tigers maul Madras

Read more...The La Grande boys soccer team couldn’t have asked for a much better start to its playoff run.

Veteran-led Mounties take aim at fourth crown

Read more...After three straight years on top of the Cascade Collegiate Conference, No. 14 Eastern Oregon University is used to being the hunted. But head coach Anji Weissenfluh’s attitude, and possibly a reason her team has enjoyed so much success recently, is that the past accomplishments don’t dictate what happens in the present.

Cougs, Tigers vie for quarters

It looks to be a battle of strengths when the Cascade Cougars and La Grande Tigers meet Friday in the first round of the Class 4A state football playoffs.

Panthers begin tourney with familiar foe

Imbler volleyball head coach Jennifer Teeter wanted her team focused on a week-to-week basis and to not look ahead to the playoffs. Now, however, the team gets to bask in the glow of making it to the season’s final weekend.

Tradition gets richer

The Union/Cove boys cross country team won a team title at the Class 3A/2A/1A state cross country championships in Eugene Saturday. The Bobcats totaled 64 points to edge Catlin Gabel by four points for their sixth team title in the boys’ program’s history and first since 2012.
Another chapter was written Saturday in the lengthy history of the Union/Cove cross country program.

Dutto, Ricker spark Tigers to fifth at state

La Grande’s fifth-place cross country team from left: Dean Ricker, Wyatt Perry, Braden Crews, Bennett Welch, Nolan Clements, Keegan Dutto and Michael Shipman.
Entering Saturday’s Class 4A state cross country championships, La Grande head coach Alma Crow was hoping for a top-10 finish from her boys team. The Tigers more than exceeded her goal.

Badgers advance to state tourney

Leah Day had 10 kills, Megan Hufford, Ashlyn Calloway and Savannah Stephens had seven apiece and the Powder Valley volleyball team outlasted a scrappy Dufur squad to win in five sets, 25-21, 16-25, 25-15, 21-25, 15-12 Saturday in a Class 1A state playoff match at North Powder.

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