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Panthers send Perrydale packing in opening round

The Imbler defense shut down Perrydale during a 59-14 win in the Class 1A football playoffs Saturday. (PAUL HARDER/The Observer)

IMBLER — Momentum is a funny thing in sports. Sometimes it can go back and forth, and sometimes a team just can’t get something to go its way. That was the case during the opening round of the Class 1A football playoffs Saturday for Perrydale.

On the road against Imbler, the Pirates were bombarded during a 59-14 win from start to finish.

EOU defense hold off Raiders for

Gadgets can be fun to play with, and can also win football games. 

The Eastern Oregon University football team rallied to knock off Southern Oregon 38-37, with a touchdown pass from wide receiver Jace Billingsley. 

Mountaineer men maul Multnomah

The Eastern Oregon University men’s basketball team started quick in the first half,  building a 28-point halftime lead, en route to beating Multnomah Univserity, 121-89 Saturday. 

The Mountaineers shot 64 percent from the floor in the first half.

Panthers clip Condon/Wheeler in title game

REDMOND — All eyes were on Emma Bowers and Malia Mills of the Imbler volleyball during the Class 1A state volleyball championship game.

LHS plans to enjoy home field perks

Tigers try to advance past quarterfinals for second straight season on the pitch


This Saturday, it’s all about making a statement for Haley White and the rest of the La Grande girls soccer team.

Playoff plunder

Kyle Johnson, 2, and the Imbler football team will host Perrydale in the opening round of the Class 1A playoffs at noon Saturday.

Imbler hosts Perrydale Pirates in playoff opener

Imbler lost half its starting roster from last season, all of whom were all-district players last season. 

It wasn’t a matter of if the Panthers would patch the holes, but when. 

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.”

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