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Griffin leads Panthers into the second round

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Imbler junior Joe Griffin drives into the lane during a 72-48 win against Monument/Dayville Wednesday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

IMBLER — The sequel is not often as good as the original. That was the case in Imbler Wednesday night. 

The Imbler boys basketball team cruised to a 72-48 win over Monument/Dayville. In the first meeting between the two teams at the La Grande Optimist Christmas Classic, the Panthers escaped with a 46-44 win. 

 

Catching a second wind

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Imbler freshman Lexee Robertson (4) defends a shot by Powder Valley’s Sally Mary Blair (20) during the Old Oregon League postseason tournament Saturday. (NANCY CAMPBELL photo)
 

Panthers eye a return to Baker City, host Prairie City in second round 

After 23 games the Imbler girls basketball team is catching its saecond wind.

The Panthers brought home the regular season Old Oregon League title with an 8-2 record, and finished the regular season 18-5 overall. Imbler also brought home the postseason tournament title, defeating Powder Valley 37-27 in Baker City Saturday.

 

Sports season paradise in Baker

The best two weeks in the sports season are nearly over. Call it the high school version of March Madness. There are state basketball tournaments all over Oregon, but no one does it like Baker City.
 

Virtue Flat: Not flat, but lots of virtues for hikers

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Sagebrush is plentiful in the Virtue Flat Off-Highway Vehicle Area, a 3,500-acre swath of public land near Baker City. (S. JOHN COLLINS/Baker City Herald)

The BLM calls Virtue Flat near Baker City an off-highway vehicle area, and indeed the 3,500-acre swath of public land is well-suited for all sorts of vehicles.

Whether you prefer zipping up nearly vertical slopes on a dirt bike, tooling around at a more placid pace on a four-wheel ATV, or navigating boulder fields in a Jeep with tires taller than a third-grader, you’ll find a route in Virtue Flat to suit you. 

 

Virtue Flat: Not flat, but lots of virtues for hikers

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Sagebrush is plentiful in the Virtue Flat Off-Highway Vehicle Area, a 3,500-acre swath of public land near Baker City. (S. JOHN COLLINS/Baker City Herald)

The BLM calls Virtue Flat near Baker City an off-highway vehicle area, and indeed the 3,500-acre swath of public land is well-suited for all sorts of vehicles.

Whether you prefer zipping up nearly vertical slopes on a dirt bike, tooling around at a more placid pace on a four-wheel ATV, or navigating boulder fields in a Jeep with tires taller than a third-grader, you’ll find a route in Virtue Flat to suit you. 

 

Brush Beat for February 28, 2014

Brush Beat for February 28, 2014
 

Brush Beat for February 28, 2014

Brush Beat for February 28, 2014
 

Catching the big one includes catfish

Until lately, catfish have been a lot like the repeated punch line for the late comedian Rodney Dangerfield, who always joked about getting no respect. Restaurant chains have created entire menus around the ubiquitous whisker fish, though most of today’s restaurant catfish are farm-raised.

 

Catching the big one includes catfish

Until lately, catfish have been a lot like the repeated punch line for the late comedian Rodney Dangerfield, who always joked about getting no respect. Restaurant chains have created entire menus around the ubiquitous whisker fish, though most of today’s restaurant catfish are farm-raised.

 

Sarman wins third straight POTY

For the third straight season Union’s Keesha Sarman has been named the Player of the Year in the Blue Mountain Conference. 

Coming off a second-place finish in state, and with a new coach, the Union girls basketball team finished the season 23-3. The only losses on the season came against BMC opponent Pilot Rock.

 
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