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Tigers take aim at Nyssa in opener

La Grande opens season at home against a Nyssa squad coming off a state title loss 


Huskies dominate

McKay fuels Elgin blowout victory.

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Elgin running back Jaydon McKay breaks a Dayton, Wash., tackle during the Huskies' 74-26 win Thursday.


Wallowa enters season with strong core

Wallowa volleyball kicks off season on the road against Union Thursday at 6 p.m.

Baxter takes over Bobcats

Union graduate Lasa Baxter takes over volleyball program.

La Grande falls short in season opener to Hermiston

Tigers fall in five games.

Tigers pass first test

La Grande wins season opener Tuesday at home.

Powder Valley set for transitional season

Badgers replace five graduates.

Cove enters volleyball season with big goals

Head coach Darcy Carreiro is confident in her team.

Crow takes over Tigers

Alma Crow takes the reigns as the new cross country coach at La Grande High School. 

West wins Shrine Bowl

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Baker's Lukas Higgins, right, has his pass broken up by West defender Nolan Hill during the first half of the East-West Oregon Shrine Bowl. (Josh Benham The Observer)
Playing through three and a half hours of lightning delays, the West was able to defeat the East.

West wins Shrine Game

The West defeated the East in Saturday's East-West Shrine game in Baker City.

Mud Dogs dominate

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La Grande’s Jon Gonzalez slides safely into second base during the first inning of the Mud Dogs’ 14-1 victory over the Milton-Freewater Blazers Monday at Pioneer Park. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
 

La Grande 16-and-under squad finishes with doubleheader sweep

The first inning of the opening game of La Grande’s doubleheader against Milton-Freewater Monday was literally a walk in the park.

In a half inning that took over 40 minutes to complete, the Mud Dogs scored nine runs, four of which came off walks with an additional two coming off wild pitches. As a result, the Mud Dogs only needed five innings to defeat the Blazers by a 14-1 margin in the first game. La Grande completed the sweep with a 9-3 win in the nightcap. 


Legacy Legends earn sweep over Hermiston at Pioneer Park

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Kurt Boyd delivers a fastball for the Legacy Legends against Hermiston Friday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

Kurt Boyd was confident in his defense heading into Friday’s doubleheader against Hermiston Friday, and justifiably so.

Pitching all seven innings for the La Grande Legacy Legends in the first game of the twinbill, Boyd’s throwing was supported with a pair of double plays and flawless glove work in the field to spark a 7-2 victory at Pioneer Park. 


Miramontes is hungry

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La Grande High School freshman to-be Cristian Miramontes receives a pass during training Wednesday at La Grande Middle School. Miramontes could be selected to the highest level of the Olympic Development Program. (CHERISE KAECHELE/The Observer)
 

Future Tiger awaits prestigious invite

When La Grande High School freshman-to-be Cristian Miramontes talks about his goals as a soccer player, he makes no secret of the fact that he aims to play professionally one day. While the 14-year-old has a long way to go, all of his coaches believe the central midfielder has what it takes.


A cool head prevails

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Recent La Grande High School graduate Jake Girard tees it off during a high school meet this past year. Girard will be competing for Southwestern Oregon Community College this fall after accepting a scholarship this summer.

Channeling emotions leads to success for Girard 

Over the course of Jake Girard’s recently completed high school golf career, patience has been his biggest virtue.

After going through issues with his temper early on, some words of wisdom from his head coach, Ron Evans, helped smooth out the La Grande High School graduate’s mental approach. His new attitude led to a positive finish to his Tiger career and ensured his career didn’t end at his final state meet.


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