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Title talk

The La Grande girls soccer team will head to Liberty High School in Hillsboro seeking its first-ever state championship at 6 p.m. Saturday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

Tiger soccer playing in first-ever championship match against Scappoose

The La Grande and Scappoose girls soccer teams know very little about each other, and they’ve both taken different roads to reach the Class 4A state championship game at Liberty High School Saturday. But, when both teams step onto the field, they’ll find glaring similarities.

Attila comes back home

Kevin Attila has started four games for the Mountaineers this season. Attila started his basketball career playing for La Grande High School.

Growing up in La Grande, Kevin Attila dreamed of playing college basketball. But, most dreams don’t match the reality of life. However, Attila, a senior at Eastern Oregon University, said that’s not the case.

“I couldn’t have written a better script,” Attila said. “I’ve been able to see a lot of places, and do a lot of things. I like where this journey has taken me.”

Tiger Triumph

Members of the La Grande girls soccer team celebrate after scoring what would ultimately be the only goal scored by either team in the Class 4A state semifinal game against North/Bend/Oregon Coast Techology Tuesday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

La Grande girls soccer team moves on to state championship game

North Bend/Oregon Coast Technology goalkeeper Kadie Forderer will be haunted by one mistake in an otherwise perfect game.

The Bulldogs goalkeeper entered the Class 4A state championship game allowing eight goals on the season, but none proved more costly than the only one that found the back of the net during a 1-0 loss to La Grande in the Class 4A state semifinals.

EOU harriers headed to nationals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Eastern Oregon University men’s cross country team has earned an at-large berth to the NAIA Men’s Cross Country Championships.

The National Championship field has 32 teams and 97 individuals — representing 64 institutions. 

Tigers take semifinal against Bulldogs

North Bend/Oregon Coast Technology goalkeeper Kadie Forderer will be haunted by one mistake in an otherwise perfect game.

Tigers best Bruins in quarterfinals

La Grandeís Haley White maneuvers past a Brookings-Harbor defender during a 2-0 in Saturday. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

It’s amazing what a little home cooking can do. 

The La Grande girls soccer team is enjoying the fruits of its hard work during the regular season, picking up a 2-0  win against Brookings-Harbor in the Class 4A playoffs Saurday. 

Title time

Imblerís Hannah Wilhelm, (8), and Emma Bowers, (11), go up for a block at the Class 1A volleyball championships in Redmond. The Panthers defeated Condon/Wheeler in the state title game. (Ryan Brennecke/ Bend Bulletin)

Imbler volleyball team brings home third state title, knocks out Knights

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

Deservedly so. 

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.

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