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The Observer paper 10/07/15
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La Grande senior Amanda Welch looks to the sky in celebration after taking first place in the 800- meter race Saturday at the Class 4A state championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.It’s a trait that can’t be learned or perfected overnight. For La Grande senior Amanda Welch, it was years and years of training that helped her achieve state championship glory twice Saturday.
La Grande senior Cassandra Brownell placed fourth in the 400-meter race at the Class 4A state track and field championships.There’s something about Hayward Field in Eugene that brings out the best.
Enterprise and Union flexed their team muscles at the 2A Wapiti League District track and field meet in John Day Friday.
Oregon State University assistant wrestling coach Kevin Roberts, front, is the clinician at the Wallowa Mountain Wrestling Camp in Joseph Aug. 13-15.Kevin Roberts works at an elite level of wrestling and has seen it all in his career. But one of his favorite aspects of his job is seeing grapplers, young or old, make strides in the sport.
La Grande senior Craig Wallace, who shot back-to-back rounds of 84, tees off Tuesday at Buffalo Peak Golf Course.La Grande’s Craig Wallace suffered a tough round, by his standards, when he shot a 107 at the Big River Golf Course in Hermiston last Tuesday. So what did he do?
Enterprise’s Carsen Sajonia watches a tee shot down the fairway Friday during the Buffalo Peak Invitational. The senior carded a round of 87 to take fifth individually.More than 110 golfers from 15 schools embarked on Union’s Buffalo Peak Golf Course for the annual Buffalo Peak Invitational Friday.
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