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WEEK AHEAD: April 18, 19

 

Local wrestlers set for semifinals

PORTLAND — With the opening day of the Class 4A wrestling tournament in the books, La Grande still has seven wrestlers hoping to bring home a medal.

The Tigers currently sit in four place as a team with 40 points. Crook County closed out the opening day with 180 points, while Henley is in second with 93.

 

OOL: Panthers hold off Badgers to win tourney

BAKER CITY — Powder Valley’s gas tank was riding on empty during the championship game against Imbler Saturday.

A tight game turned the way of the Panthers in the final quarter. Imbler escaped with a 37-27 win to clinch the top seed into the state playoffs.

 

BMC: Bobcats advance with overtime win

HERMISTON — The Union boys basketball team went into the Blue Mountain Conference postseason tournament as the No. 2 seed, but a 49-39 loss to Stanfield in the opening round nearly derailed its chances of advancing to the state playoffs.

The Bobcats got some help by Weston-McEwen in a loser-out game Saturday to punch a ticket into the state play-in round. 

 

BMC: Bobcats bring home tourney title

HERMISTON — Goals do make great things happen. The Union girls basketball team proved Saturday when they won the district championships in one final grudge match against its only undefeated opponent, Pilot Rock, in double overtime. 

After weeks of practice and work, the Bobcats finally met their goal on the fourth try. This is the one that mattered. 

 

Tigers fill holes

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La Grande’s Madison Wilcox (15) takes a jumper in the paint against Ontario during a 52-50 win Saturday. (Chris Baxter/The Observer)
Minus a starter, La Grande able to hold off Ontario in Greater Oregon League tourney

Even though it was short a starter, the La Grande girls basketball team amped it up and took another win from Ontario Saturday.  

 

Swimming big: Undermanned Tigers finish fifth at state

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La Grande sophomore Bryce Ebel brought home the state title in the 50 and took second in the 100 butterfly. (Courtesy photo)
GRESHAM —A young La Grande High School boys swim team took fifth place at the OSAA 4A/3A/2A/1A state swimming championship meet held at Mount Hood Community College Friday and Saturday.  Three sophomores, Keegan Dutto, Bryce Ebel, and Josh Ebel combined with senior Emmitt Ambert to win medals in five events for the Tigers.  Medals (and team points) are given to the top six competitors in each event.  

“La Grande boys swam up in every event. I knew we could make some noise at state, but to finish fifth, just one place out of an award, was really awesome,” La Grande head coach Darren Dutto said.

 

Tigers take second at districts

LHS brings home two district titles by Middleton and Woodworth

LA PINE — La Grande head coach Klel Carson got what every head coach wants — improvement from the program. It has been coming all season long, and the momentum built into a second place finish at the Special District 4 wrestling tournament in La Pine Saturday.

 

LHS sets school record at state

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The La Grande girls swim team poses with its fourth-place trophy from the Class 4A state swim meet. (Courtesy photo)
Tigers win final event to grab fourth place at state meet

GRESHAM —The La Grande High School girls swim team captured fourth place in a field of 32 teams at the OSAA 4A/3A/2A/1A state championship at Mount Hood Community College Saturday.  

 

Sweet Revenge

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La Grande senior Brandon Cederholm drives to the basket against Ontario during a 57-45 win in the postseason tournament Saturday. (Chris Baxter/The Observer)
La Grande deals Ontario a tough loss in Greater Oregon League postseason tourney

La Grande’s boys basketball team took its vengeance out on Ontario in a Greater Oregon League playoff game that ended 57-45 Saturday. 

 
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