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NORTH POWER — Powder Valley doesn’t have a shiny new, official Class 1A state volleyball championship trophy to grace the school’s display case.

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WALLOWA — Zeb Hermens saved his best for last, and stepped in a major way when the Wallowa Cougars needed him to.

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WALLOWA — The Wallowa Cougars football team shook off the pain of their recent heartbreaking loss at Crane to get back in the win column Friday, April 2.

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WALLOWA — The Wallowa Cougars won their second game of the short spring season Friday, March 19, pummeling the Cove Leopards by a score of 50-6.

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ENTERPRISE — Enterprise took on Union at home, Friday, March 19, and won easily with a score of 48-12.

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WALLOWA — Wallowa High School Principal David Howe resigned his position as the school’s girls basketball coach Monday night, March 15, in the face of an official complaint filed by the school…

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NYSSA — The La Grande High School football team in its season opener took off right where it left off at the end of 2019 — with a big win.

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LA GRANDE — The La Grande High School varsity football team is gearing up for its first game of the new season, facing off against the Nyssa Bulldogs on Thursday, March 11.

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PORTLAND — Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday, Feb. 10, that some outdoor contact sports, including high school football, can resume this week.

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UNION COUNTY — Some area schools are putting forward a proposal to alter some basketball rules to make the game safe enough to resume play during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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LA GRANDE — Watching football games on New Year’s Day is an American ritual, one dating back more than a century.

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PENDLETON — While gym doors on school grounds remain closed, every component of Oregon high school athletics is in a transitional phase.

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LA GRANDE — It has been said by many a coach that athleticism cannot be taught. For some, it is as natural as breathing or falling asleep.

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UNION COUNTY — The Oregon School Activities Association on Monday, Dec. 7, announced it pushed back the start of high school sports to February 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Local school …

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LOGAN, Utah — La Grande High School standout Andrew Peasley made his first start under center for the Utah State University Aggies in late November, and the former Tiger showed up in a big way…

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SALEM — The Oregon School Activities Association executive board on Monday, Dec. 7, voted to revise the 2020-21 OSAA calendar by moving the start dates of Season 2 to February 2021, with Seaso…

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If high schools in Eastern Oregon resume competitive events in 2021, the teams might seek to limit their opponents to relatively nearby schools to reduce travel and make it easier to comply wi…

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LA GRANDE — The La Grande Legacy Ford Legends 18U baseball team used a six-run sixth inning to pull away for a 9-1 victory Monday, July 27, over Baker, while the 16U squad swept Pendleton in a…

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LA GRANDE — The Oregon School Activities Association’s decision Wednesday to delay the start of the 2020 fall sports season grants the state’s high school athletics body flexibility as it trie…

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