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Pioneers top Panthers

Read more...PENDLETON — For three quarters, it appeared the Imbler Panthers were in prime position to win a Class 2A state quarterfinal contest over the No.4-ranked Western Mennonite Pioneers. 


Imbler comes up short in state 2A quarterfinals

PENDLETON — Despite a 15-4 run late in the second quarter to cut a double-digit deficit to just eight points, it wasn’t enough, as Imbler lost in the Class 2A quarterfinals against Western Mennonite Thursday in Pendleton, 68-46.


EOU relay sets year’s best time at nationals

The Eastern Oregon women’s 4-by-400 meter relay team ran the only Mountaineer event Thursday at the NAIA Indoor Championships in Johnson City, Tennessee.


Tigers battle Seaside with state berth at stake

La Grande head coach Mark Carollo said there is a little irony in the fact that the Tigers are facing Seaside in the Class 4A playoffs, as La Grande opened play in summer basketball at a tournament in Seaside.


Mounties head east

Eastern Oregon University track and field athlete Hakeem Belle goes through warmups at practice Monday. Belle is among 12 EOU athletes who will compete at the NAIA Indoor National Championships Thursday through Saturday in Johnson City, Tennessee. (Tim Mustoe, The Observer)
A dozen Eastern Oregon University track and field athletes are set to compete at the NAIA Indoor National Championships, which begin Thursday in Johnson City, Tennessee.


No. 4 Tigers set to start state run

La Grande head coach Justin MacKay said he doesn’t know a ton about the Douglas Trojans, the Tigers’ opponent for Friday’s first-round Class 4A state playoff game.

So as No. 4 La Grande prepares for the contest, the team will be looking primarily at itself.


Imbler ready for tourney run behind state-best defense

Up for grabs.


Panthers meet Pioneers to start tourney

No. 12 Imbler reached the Class 2A state tournament — its first state tourney bid in six years — with a last-second win over a Tri-River Conference opponent in Regis.


Witty claims gold

Union/Cove’s Chad Witty, right, took home the state championship in the 182-pound division of the Class 2A/1A state wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday at Memorial Coliseum in Portland. (Billy Gates, The Oregonian)
Chad Witty ended his high school wrestling career as a state champion.

Livingston takes sixth place

Elijah Livingston, top, was the top placer for the La Grande wrestling team at the Class 4A state tournament Friday and Saturday at Memorial Coliseum in Portland. The sophomore posted a 3-3 record to take sixth place. (Donna Lowry photo)
The La Grande Tigers took a step up from their finish at the Class 4A state tournament a year ago.

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