The La Grande Tigers defended their Greater Oregon League volleyball title Thursday by defeating Baker 25-16, 25-16, 25-20 in the Baker gym.
The Union Bobcats locked up third place in Special District 3-West with a 26-14 victory over the Enterprise Outlaws Thursday night.
Ellyse Tingelstad fell short in a race to the finish line but took second overall and led the Wallowa County girls cross country team to a victory at the Kyle Burnside Wildhorse Invitational T…
As expected, the La Grande Tigers volleyball team took care of business on senior night.
The Wallowa County cross country team continued to show its top-end dominance, which led to two more individual and team victories at the La Grande Invitational.
The Union Bobcats locked up the Blue Mountain Conference title Saturday and collected two wins in a three-way match, getting past Heppner in five sets, 23-25, 25-20, 25-13, 15-25, 15-11, and s…
STANFIELD — Things are getting tight in the middle of the Blue Mountain Conference volleyball standings, but the Union Bobcats are sitting pretty atop the standings at 7-0 after handing Stanfi…
It took five sets, but the Imbler Panthers eked out an important victory over Cove in Old Oregon League action Thursday, 25-17, 16-25, 21-25, 25-18, 15-7.
PENDLETON — The Buckaroos and Tigers had already clashed once before this season, where it was Pendleton’s volleyball team that made off with the five-set win. In Tuesday’s rematch, the Bucks …
Sabrina Albee had 15 aces and seven kills to lead the Joseph Eagles volleyball team to a four-set road win over the Imbler Panthers in Old Oregon League play Tuesday, 25-19, 25-21, 22-25, 25-21.
La Grande’s opportunistic defense took advantage of four first-half Baker turnovers Friday on the way to a 34-21 Greater Oregon League football win at Bulldog Memorial Stadium.
The final score of Elgin’s home loss to Adrian/Jordan Valley — 84-42 — indicates the game was a blowout.
The Union Bobcats rallied twice from a 28-point deficit and scored the final 30 points of the game to stun the Wallowa Cougars, 42-40, Friday in Union.
The La Grande Tigers completed the ultimate perfect home slate in the 2019 regular season — undefeated and no goals allowed.
The Ontario Tigers spoiled La Grande’s senior night and took over first place in the Greater Oregon League in the process.
Jayden Palmer had eight kills and five aces, helping the Elgin Huskies to a sweep of the Griswold Grizzlies at home in Old Oregon League play Thursday, 25-16, 25-13, 25-19.
The La Grande Tigers didn’t put up the type of attack numbers they are accustomed to on Tuesday night — largely due to the service ace being one of their biggest weapons.
Erin Coston and Aspen Smith each had 12 kills and 15 digs, and the Imbler Panthers rallied from a 2-1 deficit to sneak past the Wallowa Cougars on the road Tuesday, 25-19, 22-25, 11-25, 25-19,…
Enough offense and a great play on defense.
The La Grande Tigers saw something new in Saturday’s Greater Oregon League matchup against the McLoughlin Pioneers.
The Elgin Huskies started strong and finished strong offensively to win an early matchup of unbeaten teams — a victory that sets up another showdown next week.
The Union Bobcats came away with two more Blue Mountain Conference victories in a three-way match in Heppner Saturday — one that was a sweep and one that was a nailbiter.
Isaac Herron rushed for 176 yards and three touchdowns — all in the first quarter — and the Imbler Panthers picked up their first win of the season, topping the Cove Leopards at Community Stad…
UNION — An early showdown between teams that entered the night in the top five of the OSAA rankings lived up to its billing.
The La Grande Tigers survived a major scare and eked out a victory over the Irrigon Knights Thursday that unexpectedly went five sets, 25-21, 20-25, 24-26, 25-17, 15-7.
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Tuesday’s Baker-La Grande volleyball match didn’t have the typical feel of a contest between the Greater Oregon League rivals. Whether it was because the teams had just played one another Satu…
Shanna Rae Tillery and Jamie Johnston each had seven kills, helping the Wallowa Cougars to a dominant sweep of Elgin at home in Old Oregon League play Monday, 25-8, 25-7, 25-15.
Audrey Garlitz scored three goals and added an assist, both Lauran Rinker and Starra Ullman scored twice, and the La Grande Tigers shut down Pendleton on the road Monday, 8-0.
La Grande head coach Rich McIlmoil took a timeout 18 seconds into Friday’s Greater Oregon League opener against Ontario to light a fire under his Tigers.
The La Grande Tigers were generating constant pressure and scoring opportunities, but for much of the first half couldn’t break through against the Baker Bulldogs’ defense Saturday at Communit…
The La Grande Tigers and Baker Bulldogs appeared destined for a tight contest in their Greater Oregon League opener at Community Stadium Saturday.
Trace Evans rushed for 209 yards and three touchdowns, and the Enterprise Outlaws amassed nearly 400 yards rushing on their way to a 50-12 home win over the Imbler Panthers Friday in Special D…
The La Grande Tigers took second in their pool and went on to win the silver bracket at the Sisters Tournament Saturday.
A big night from their outside hitter and a couple of key third-set runs helped the Union Bobcats win their Blue Mountain Conference opener.
UMATILLA — In a match that wasn’t broken open until the 42nd minute, La Grande’s Anton Evans knew it was over once his tie-breaking goal hit the net.
Two goals in the span of a minute broke open the La Grande Tigers’ home contest over Umatilla.
Kenzie Williams had 11 assists and eight kills, and the La Grande Tigers swept Tri-Cities Prep on the road in Washington Thursday, 25-17, 25-17, 25-18.
La Grande’s victory in Pendleton was a much-needed wake-up call for the Bucks.
Jacie Howton and Presley Justice each had seven of La Grande’s 20 aces as the Tigers opened Greater Oregon League play with a 25-9, 25-16, 25-8 road win over the McLoughlin Pioneers Tuesday.
Union and Imbler appeared as if they were set to be locked into a tight battle.
Domination on the trails led to victories on both the boys and girls side — individually and as a team — by the Wallowa Valley cross country teams at the Catherine Creek Scamper Friday.
The La Grande Tigers claimed another tournament title, winning the Baker Tournament Friday by edging Burns in the championship match 17-25, 25-16, 15-9.
Powder Valley, Joseph, Imbler and Wallowa all took part in the East-West Volleyball Classic, with the Badgers going undefeated in six best-of-three matches, and only dropping one set.
Parker Robinson passed for 194 yards and four touchdowns — all in the first half — and the La Grande Tigers scored on their first seven possessions en route to a 48-14 road win over The Dalles…
The La Grande High School Tigers roll to a 4-2 win over the Henley Hornets Saturday in the 4A softball state championship game at Jane Sanders Stadium in Eugene.
Cade Reed and Nathan Reed had just completed their second 1-2 finish of the day at the state track and field championships. About an hour prior, they had swept the top spots in the boys 110 hu…
The La Grande swim team won 17 of 22 events on its way to a dominant performance at the Baker Invitational Saturday.
Cayden DeLury won two races as the Joseph boys track team took second at the Weston-McEwen Small Schools Invitational Tuesday in Athena.
Elgin picked up a pair of Special District 6 wins at home Tuesday, edging Grant Union, 1-0 and 6-5.
Down by 1 with less than a minute to play, Imbler turned to its calling card — defense — to get the big play it needed to make a return trip to Pendleton.
Ten local wrestlers are still in the hunt for an individual state title at the conclusion of the first day of the OSAA state wrestling tournament Friday in Portland.
What a finish.