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Goal Flurries

La Grande’s Erin Bodfish tries to take a shot during the second half against the Mustangs. (PAUL HARDER/The Observer)
 Tigers stay hot despite cool temperatues against Junction City

Most people looking out the window from the warmth of their homes wouldn’t have thought it was a great day for soccer. Sure, the temperature was in the upper 30’s with snow flurries throughout the game, but, for senior Jasmine Smith and her La Grande soccer teammates, it wasn’t so bad.

Mountaineers jump out quick, crush Blue Hawks

McGinnis-Parker broke the 1,000-yard mark for the season with 219 yards on 15 carries and three touchdowns in EOU's 57-3 romp over Dickinson State Saturday at Community Stadium.

It didn’t take long for the Eastern Oregon football team to squash any hopes of a Dickinson State upset bid.

Twelve seconds, in fact. 

Bobcat state-ment

The Union Bobcats filled out the podium at the Class 3A/2A/1A state meet Saturday in Eugene. McKenzie Evans and Katriel O’Reilly finished first and second, respectively. Elly Wells came in sixth overall, and Stormy Bullard finished eighth.

Union girls cross country cruises to a three-peat 

EUGENE — The Union girls cross country team made it three in a row Saturday, capturing the 3A/2A/1A girls state championship at Lane Community College in Eugene.

The Bobcats finished with 35 points to easily finish ahead of St. Mary’s (108) and Creswell (137).

Vikings ousted by Tigers

La Grande senior Cassidy Crites recorded five kills against Suislaw Saturday. The Tigers win in straight sets.

LHS defense keys sweep against Suislaw in play-in game 

It wasn’t the Vikings that really bothered La Grande, but a change in routine, according to Tigers head coach Melinda Becker-Bisenius. 

“We didn’t come out with the fire we wanted to,” Becker-Bisenius said. “The match before against Vale, we did. It’s a totally different schedule once you get into the playoffs, and that can throw the team off. I’m proud of the way that the team came back and took care of business.”

Panthers cruise past Watchmen

The Imbler Panthers volleyball team celebrates after defeating C.S. Lewis Academy in straight sets Saturday in a second round play-in game.

IMBLER — A few things stood between the Imbler volleyball team and a trip to Ridgeview High School in Redmond to compete for the Class 1A state championships Saturday.

The tallest obstacle was C.S. Lewis Academy’s 6-foot-2 hitter Hannah Schmeltzer.

Class 1A Volleyball: No. 3 Imbler off to state

The third-ranked Imbler volleyball team punched its ticket to the Class 1A state tournament Saturday, easily dropping C.S. Lewis Academy, 25-20, 25-15, 25-18, in a Class 1A state playoff game at Imbler High School.

Class 2A Volleyball: Union season comes to an end

The 13th-ranked Union volleyball team saw its season come to an end Saturday, falling in four sets to Delphian in a Class 2A state playoff at Union High School.

4A Volleyball: Tigers punch ticket to state

The 11th-ranked La Grande volleyball team punched its ticket to the Class 4A state tournament, drubbing Siuslaw Saturday 25-16, 25-21, 25-19 in a playoff at La Grande High School.

4A Cross Country: La Grande girls finish 13th

La Grande’s Amanda Welch posted a top-20 finish Saturday at the Class 4A girls state cross country meet at Lane Community College in Eugene.

3A/2A/1A Cross Country: Union girls make it three straight

The Union girls cross country team made it three in a row Saturday, capturing the 3A/2A/1A girls state championship at Lane Community College in Eugene.

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