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LHS goes over the hill to raid Pendleton

La Grande dominates Buckaroos in mid-week dual by winning the tough matches

The La Grande Tigers wrestling team won its first single-team dual of the season in Pendleton Thursday night.

The Tigers defeated Pendleton 42-18, in what head coach Klel Carson said was a fun match.


Huskies defend home court

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Elgin’s Jake Burgess puts up a fade-away jumper during a 72-58 win against Enterprise Tuesday night. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

ELGIN — Elgin’s Jake Burgess and Enterprise’s Damon Greenshields went head-to-head in Elgin Tuesday night.  Greenshields won the individual battle, but the Huskies won the war.

The Elgin boys basketball team picked up a 72-58 win against the Outlaws behind Burgess’ team-high 28 points.


Tigers take down Buckaroos

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La Grande’s Avery Albretcht spots up during a recent game. She had 13 points during a 57-50 win against Pendleton Tuesday.

La Grande defends home turf against visiting Pendleton 

Kylin Collman exploded in the fourth quarter to help La Grande defeat Pendleton Tuesday.


League looming

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Powder Valley’s Marcus Pratt is flying high along with the rest of his Badger teammates. Powder Valley enters league play Saturday with a 10-0 record.
 

Teams battle to come out on top in the Old Oregon League

It’s that time of the season when games start to mean a little more in the Old Oregon League. All the non-conference games are out of the way, and teams will battle for the top seed for the postseason tournament. Let’s take a quick look at how the teams are looking.


Huskies win in overtime

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Elgin’s Jordyn Anderson passes the ball off to a teammate during a 51-49 win in overtime against Enterprise Tuesday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

Elgin hits free throws in overtime to defeat Outlaws  

ELGIN — The Elgin girls basketball team picked up an overtime win against Enterprise Tuesday.

The Outlaws’ McKenna Miller hit the shot to send the game into the overtime period, but it wasn’t enough as Enterprise fell 51-49. 


GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bobcats, Huskies split pair

UNION — Union bounced back from a tough loss Friday, to pick up its second conference win of the season. 

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Chris Baxter / The Observer Union’s Carsyn Roberts fights for the ball during a 57-36 win against Heppner Saturday. Roberts finished with 10 points in the game.


PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bobcats sweep conference weekend

UNION — Ty Coon got hot from behind the arc, and Union capped a strong weekend with a 76-61 win against Heppner Saturday.


Tigers have successful weekend in Idaho

NAMPA, Idaho — The La Grande wrestling team had a few bright spots at the Rollie Lane Invitational Saturday.


Tigers win number seven

La Grande kept its early season success going Friday.

 


Warnock keeps momentum going at home tournament

Confidence can snowball, and right now Wyatt Warnock is an avalanche.


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