Nonprofit events calendar from Jan. 25, 2015.
Team has five forfeits, but comes close in four matches
No. 9 The Dalles ready to take flight in challenging 5A Columbia River Conference
Nonprofit events calendar from Dec. 23
Feil breaks record; Clifford, Nelson each on record cusp
Elite gymnasts raise the bar while bolstering their ranks at recent meet in Hillsboro
Down six points to start the fourth quarter, The Dalles stiffened up on defense and forged a rally of 21-8 to get past the Union, Wash. Titans by a 48-41 mark Saturday in a non-league girls’ basketball contest played in Vancouver, Wash.
Sherman uses varied offense to beat Pirates by 26 points
Second-quarter run by Knights fuel 63-53 triumph
Senior skier posts impressive two-run time to chalk up first-place status
Taylor Darden tallied a season-high 21 points and Aimeelyn Miller added 11 of her own to lead the No. 14-ranked Dufur Lady Rangers, but No. 1 Condon-Wheeler had too many weapons to handle in jumping out to a 63-53 win Saturday in Big Sky girls’ play in Fossil.
The No. 10-ranked Dufur Rangers came out firing away Saturday against Condon-Wheeler and needed just 16 minutes of the first half to impose their will.
Down 23-15 heading into the fourth quarter, the South Wasco County Redsides hit four field goals and went 3 for 7 from the line on their way to an 11-7 run, but could not get the bounces to go their way in a 30-26 loss to Ione in a Big Sky girls’ basketball road matchup Saturday. “We still need to work harder and play our game,” said SWC head coach Bill Mead.
Redsides ride big first half to a lopsided 39-point victory
MORO – The trio of Meagan McKinney, Janet Guzman and Makenzie Blaylock combined for 33 points, as the Sherman Huskies posted their largest scoring output of the season in a 53-41 victory over Arlington in a Big Sky Conference girls’ basketball contest Saturday in Moro. In all, six players hit baskets and all 11 players contributed on both sides of the court.