December 1, 2016
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The Sandy Pioneers went 0 for 4 from the free throw line in the final 45 seconds, but The Dalles Riverhawks could not get the baskets down the stretch in a 36-34 loss Friday in a girls’ hoops game played in Sandy.
The Dalles Riverhawks fought tough with Sandy through the first two quarter of play, but the Pioneers were able to create some distance with a 24-6 third-quarter run on their way to a 73-54 victory Friday in a non-league boys’ basketball contest played at Sandy High School.
The Sherman Lady Huskies broke open a close first half, using a balanced scoring attack to defeat the Sherman Huskies by a 55-33 margin in tournament action Friday at Sherman High School.
Huskies use first three quarters to roll past GU
The defending champion Sherman Huskies hit the ground running Friday in their first game of the winter campaign, using a 64-36 run through the first three quarters of play to dominate 2A Grant Union by a 77-53 margin in opening-day action of the Sherman Invitational in Moro.
It’s that time of year again. It’s time for the Trailhead’s annual gift list for the person who loves the out-of-doors. This would include Nordic skiers, hikers, fishermen and hunters. I will base this gift list on the 10 essentials of outdoor survival. This year I’m going for the best brands in outdoor equipment.
Special Olympics is far more than giving an intellectually disabled athlete the opportunity to win a medal; the program showcases the determination and strength of the human spirit.
With one year under the tutelage of head coach Nathan Morris, The Dalles boys’ basketball team can use what they learned last year and build on it for the 2016-17 winter season.
Sunday evening while at a Babe Ruth Softball board meeting to discuss future plans for the program, The Dalles Babe Ruth board members honored coach Dawn Marie Hert with a Volunteer of the Year plaque for her years of service and leadership to the organization.
While the thoughts of many are on the Dufur Rangers fighting for football championship No. 8 in school history this Saturday, Dufur head coach Jack Henderson discussed running out onto the field one final time with his seven senior leaders.
After top runs in West Linn, athletes ready for their trip to Alabama
The Athletics East running program is sending six athletes to Nationals after solid performances this past weekend at the USATF Junior Olympic Regional Meet Saturday at The Hidden Hills Polo Club in West Linn.
BEND – During its state championship run last season, the Dufur football team had an average margin of victory of 3.3 points in the final three games, winning in any way imaginable.