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Football Friday: A look at local prep games for Oct. 18

Union at Irrigon, Pilot Rock at Enterprise, Powder Valley at Wallowa, Cove at Imbler, Pine Eagle at Joseph, Echo at Elgin, 

La Grande looking to bounce back in league

The La Grande Tigers and Brandon Dall (2) will host Ontario searching for a GOL win at 7 p.m. tonight. (Observer file)

La Grande will be trying to pick up its first Greater Oregon League win this season, but will be missing a part of the team Friday. 


La Grande keeps Ontario in check

La Grande and Cassidy Crites (13) kept a perfect run through the Greater Oregon League alive with a sweep of Ontario Thursday.

ONTARIO — The La Grande volleyball team kept its perfect streak alive in Greater Oregon League play, despite a close call, with a three-game sweep of Ontario 25-13, 27-25, 25-13 Thursday.

The Tigers are a win away from a clean slate in league play with a 5-0 record. La Grande is 15-2 overall.


Eastern picks up win on pitch

OLYMPIA, Wash. — Mauriana Gonzalez scored two goals and led the Eastern Oregon University women’s soccer team to a 4-0 victory over The Evergreen State College Thursday.

Along with Gonzalez, Sydney Nelson scored one goal and recorded two assists in the victory for EOU (7-2-1, 3-2-0). This is EOU’s sixth shutout of the season, which is tied for the most shutouts in one season in school history.


Back on the gridiron

Chris McGinnis-Parker, left, and the EOU offense will try to hang with the No. 14-ranked offense in the country Saturday against Rocky Mountain College.

EOU looks for third straight upset when it travels to play Rocky Mountain

The bye week couldn’t have come at a worse time for the Eastern Oregon University football team. 

After a dreaded 0-4 start, the Mountaineers picked up back-to-back upsets over then No. 3-ranked Carroll College and then No. 21-ranked Montana Western. 


Tigers pummel Pioneers on the pitch

La Grande’s Lexus Miller-Moylan ,left, and Erin Bodfish ,right, celebrate a 7-0 win against Mac-Hi Tuesday.

MILTON-FREEWATER — Love for the ball is how La Grande soccer head coach Sam Brown described the play of his girls team Tuesday.

Top-ranked La Grande improved its impressive scoring differential with a 7-0 Gretaer Oregon League win against Mac-Hi. 

“This was probably our best performance of the year,” Brown said. 


Tiger clean up time

La Grande’s Shania Holpuch collected four ace serves during a sweep over Mac-Hi Tuesday. (PAUL HARDER/The Observer)

La Grande sweeps Pioneers to stay perfect in league play 

Despite a few injuries over the last half of the season, the La Grande volleyball team continues to press forward.

“We’re dealing (with the injuries) OK,” senior setter Shania Holpuch said. “We wish they could still be out on the floor. If they were playing, we would be doing a little bit better. But we’re doing pretty good. 


LHS drops league game to Pioneers

La Grande’s Efrain Rivas dribbles downfield. The Tigers fell to Mac-Hi 3-0 Tuesday. (Observer file photo)

MILTON-FREEWATER — The La Grande boys soccer team saw its two-game winning streak come to an end, dropping a 3-0 decision to Mac-Hi Tuesday in Milton-Freewater.

La Grande kept pace with the Pioneers through the first half, with the match scoreless at the intermission. 


Huskies pick up non-league win during sweep

HELIX — The Elgin volleyball team picked up a non-league victory over Helix/Griswold Tuesday. The Lady Huskies won 25-13, 25-15, 25-22.

“It was a good match. Everyone played really well,” Elgin head coach Carmen Gentry said.


Leopards outlast Badgers

 COVE — The Leopards might have been a little too tired to dance afterwards, but the energy put out turned into a four-game win on homecoming night.

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