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UNION — After running away with wins in their first two games, the Union Bobcats faced some resistance in the finale of the Union Lions Tournament.

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The Union volleyball team landed six athletes on the Blue Mountain Conference all-league team, including three on the first team, following a sweep through the conference on its way to a fourt…

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LA GRANDE — The Hermiston boys basketball team used balanced scoring and crisp passing — an emphasis of head coach Drew Preuninger — to pick up a win in their season opener.

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HERMISTON — Special and elite. That’s how La Grande schools Superintendent George Mendoza described the defense of the La Grande Tigers football team.

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LA GRANDE — Neil Cooper said watching the La Grande Tigers in Saturday’s Class 4A state championship game was much more intense than the one he coached in 45 years ago.

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The La Grande Tigers are gearing up for the biggest game the football program has played in 43 years, but are also treating it like any other contest.

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An injury that cost him most of his junior year on the baseball field and seeing the head coach leave the school where he had already committed — Nebraska — caused Logan Paustian to take a step back.

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LA GRANDE — Considering how dominant the La Grande Tigers were on the volleyball court in Greater Oregon League play this fall, it should come as no surprise that they owned the all-league awards.

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EUGENE — In a pair of strong performances at Saturday’s 2019 OSAA Cross Country State Championship, Union/Cove’s girls and boys teams both brought home second-place trophies from Lane Communit…

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The La Grande girls soccer team fell just short of a return trip to the Class 4A state semifinals, dropping their quarterfinal contest on the road against North Valley Saturday, 3-2.

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A hat trick from their leading scorer, a stellar second half from their goalkeeper and strong defensive play in general helped send the La Grande High School girls soccer team back to the stat…

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BAKER CITY — The skies were pure blue but the dominant colors at the Greater Oregon League cross country meet Friday afternoon were the purple and gold of Baker High School.

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The Powder Valley Badgers volleyball team lost six seniors from the 2018 state runner-up squad, but it was still able to run the table in the Old Oregon League and enter the state playoffs wit…

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Powder Valley’s Brooke Allen, left, was named Old Oregon League player of the year. 

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The quarterback, in a sense, is a coach on the football field — able to see how the other team is lined up and then discern what play best suits his offense in trying to break through against …

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The Powder Valley Badgers football team rallied from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to pick up their biggest win of the season, scoring the final 22 points to upset previously unbeaten Pilo…

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The La Grande Tigers head into Saturday’s regular season finale as the No. 2 ranked team in the Class 4A coaches poll, and have an opportunity to clinch an undefeated regular season and outrig…

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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.

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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…

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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.