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No. 18 EOU puts win streak on the line

Quinn Coliseum has been a house of horrors for opponents of the Eastern Oregon University women's basketball team. 

Mountaineers rally late to pull away from LCSC

LEWISTON, Idaho — The Eastern Oregon University men's basketball used a 9-1 run over the final two minutes of the game to post a 66-63 non-conference win over Lewis-Clark State College on Friday night. 

La Grande junior Grigsby named to all-state first team

The awards kept rolling out for the La Grande volleyball team Thursday. Junior Anna Grigsby was named to the Class 4A all-state first team.

“It’s awesome,” Tigers head coach Melinda Becker-Bisenius said. “She’s only a junior, so it’s a very nice honor.”

BMC hands out postseason awards

Union senior Ty Coon was named to the BMC second team as a running back.

The Blue Mountain Conference released the all-league selections and the teams from Union and Wallowa counties fared well.

Enterprise senior Damon Greenshields was named to the  first team as a defensive lineman.

Bad Blood

Imbler square off against Triangle Lake in the Class 1A playoffs for the third straight season. The Panthers will rely on a strong offensive effort to advance to the championship game.

Imbler and Triangle Lake square off for the third straight season

There’s no need for bulletin board material when Imbler and Triangle Lake meet in the Class 1A state semifinals.

The Lakers’ lone motivation for advancing in the playoffs may have been for another shot at Imbler. The Panthers have ended Triangle Lake’s season the last two years. 

Trend setters

Imblerís six seniors show off the hardware earned with a perfect season. The Panthers defeated Condon/Wheeler in the Class 1A state championship game. (NANCY CAMPBELL photo)

Panther seniors keep volleyball tradition going with Class 1A state title  

Sitting in the stands four years ago, Imbler had a collection of players to keep its volleyball tradition churning. 

It was 2009 and the Panthers were coming off back-to-back Class 1A state titles, defeating Griswold in straight sets to cap a 27-3 season.

Cruise control

Imbler running back Joe Griffin stretches out across the goal line on a two-point conversion try against Triad Saturday in the Class 1A playoffs. The Panthers cruised past the Timberwolves 74-22, moving on to the state semifinals for the second straight season. Imbler will play Triangle Lake at 2:15 p.m. Saturday in Hillsboro. (NANCY CAMPBELL photo)

Griffin powers Panthers into semifinals with seven touchdowns against Triad

Good running backs are fast. Elite running backs have a gear that others can’t reach. 

Imbler running back Joe Griffin not only has that top gear, but he shifted to another gear during the Class 1A quaterfinals Saturday.

Tigers fall in soccer title tilt

The La Grande soccer team poses with the second place trophy at Liberty High School in Hillsboro after a 3-1 loss to Scappoose in the Class 4A championship game. (JULIE BODFISH photo)

LHS falls in Class 4A championship game to Scappoose

HILLSBORO — Early in the OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires Class 4A girls soccer state championship game, it appeared the powerhouse No. 1-ranked La Grande High Lady Tigers (16-1-0)had an excellent opportunity to win the title.  

EOU cruises to win in finale

McGinnis-Parker breaks rushing mark in victory

DILLON, Mont. — The Eastern Oregon University football team kept its win streak going, defeating the University of Montana Western 42-20 Saturday. 

The Mountaineers closed out the season with four straight wins, finishing 6-5 overall and 6-4 in the Frontier Conference.  

Mountaineers suffer first loss in Caldwell

CALDWELL, Idaho — The Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team suffered its first loss of the season with a 73-66 loss to Westminster College Saturday.

Tony Eackles Jr. led the Mountaineers with 29 points.

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