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PREP BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Powder Valley finishes off Union

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Unionís Kenneth Sipp puts up a shot during the Union Lions Club Tournament Friday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)
 

UNION   The Powder Valley boys basketball team used a strong third quarter to get by Union in the championship game of the Lions Club Tournament Saturday. 

 

PREP WRESTLING: LHS brings home mat title

ESTACADA — La Grande was one of a few teams that braved the roads to Estacada to open the wrestling season. Teams on the western side of the state opted to stay home, leaving six teams at the tournament. 

 

PREP SWIMMING: La Grande swimmers take second in opener

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La Grande swimmer Tony Clay competes in the 100-meter butterfly.

PENDLETON — The La Grande High School swim team took on Baker, Pendleton and Hermiston at Blue Mountain Community College Saturday in its first competition of the season.  
 

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: La Grande boys split in Pendleton

PENDLETON — An early start may have led the a sluggish game for the La Grande boys basketball team at the Red Lion Tournament in Pendleton Saturday. 

 

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Tigers grab a pair of wins in Pendleton

PENDLETON — The La Grande girls basketball team collected its second straight win, knocking off Clarkston, Idaho, at the Red Lion Tournament in Pendleton Saturday.

 

HARDER: One more time

Encore anyone? 

We’ll have to wait and see, but the Union girls basketball team looked pretty impressive at the Lions Club Tournament hosted in its home gym this weekend.

 

Campbell takes magical bull ride to claim go-round victory

LAS VEGAS — Baby will get more than a new pair of shoes this Christmas.

 

Union girls and boys play for tourney title

Union High School Boys and Girls basketball teams advanced to their tournament final Saturday after victories Friday night at Union High School. Stay tuned here for tournament results and in Monday's paper edition of the La Grande Observer.

 

 

Hot shooting sparks EOU win

Olympia, Wash. — A spectacular shooting performance by Brittney Newcomb and her teammates fueled a great start to the Cascade Collegiate Conference schedule for the Eastern Oregon University women’s basketball team.

 

EOU opens conference play with a win

Olympia, Wash. —It took a while for the Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team to get going in the opening game of the Cascade Collegiate Conference schedule.


 
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