|After two close regular season losses, Union turned the tables on Burns.
Union’s Delanie Kohr attempts a second-half shot Saturday against Burns in the 2A Wapiti League district tournament championship.
|It wasn’t a perfect game, by any means.
La Grande’s Jake Powell surveys the Baker defense during the Tigers’ 45-41 victory in the Greater Oregon League district championship at La Grande High Saturday.
|Eastern Oregon University track and field assistant coach Jeff Hoskisson knows it’s just a matter of time for Travis Simpson in the high jump.
Eastern Oregon University track and field athlete Travis Simpson practices his long jump during a recent Mountaineer practice.
|Wallowa knew it would be in store for a battle against Powder Valley.
Wallowa’s Calli Miller, left, and Lauren Makin, right, defend against Powder Valley’s Amanda Feik Saturday in Wallowa.
|The accomplishments for Megan Sullivan were long and impressive during her senior year of high school in Grangeville, Idaho.
Eastern Oregon University’s Megan Sullivan was named the Cascade Collegiate Conference women’s track athlete of the week after reaching three NAIA “B” standards last weekend at the Jackson’s Invitational in Nampa, Idaho.
|A three-headed monster down low has propelled Union to a stellar regular season.
Union’s Landon Houck, left, J.D. Graves, center, and Chase Houck, right, comprise a post trio for the Bobocats that has led to a surge in the second half of the season. Union has won nine of 11 games and sit in second place in the Wapiti League.
|For the latter portion of the third quarter and the entirety of the fourth, the La Grande seniors were able to get some well-deserved rest on the bench.
La Grande’s Kurt Boyd dishes to a teammate Tuesday during the Tigers’ 57-24 Greater Oregon League win over McLoughlin.
|Wallowa head coach Greg Oveson points to a specific moment in time when the Cougars’ season took a turn for the better.
Wallowa head coach Greg Oveson instructs his team during a timeout at a recent game. The Cougars started the season slow, but have gone 7-1 in 2015 to turn the season around.
|His brother paved a path to glory before him. Now, Union/Cove’s Chad Witty hopes to join his brother as a state wrestling champion.
Union/Cove wrestler Chad Witty has won the past two 2A/1A Special District 4 tournaments, advancing to the state tournament the past two seasons. The junior is looking to make it three years in a row this season
|A dominating surge helped keep No. 23 Eastern Oregon University’s home mark umblemished.
Eastern Oregon University’s Jordan Klebaum finishes on a fastbreak during the Mountaineers’ 82-51 Cascade Collegiate Conference victory over College of Idaho Friday. Klebaum scored a team-high 20 points.
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