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Both TD ski teams punch an OISRA state ticket

Carter, Brewer and Pashek vault boys to third place in the standings

Both The Dalles boys’ and girls’ ski team members put together solid enough times this past Saturday on the Middlefork Course at Mount Hood Meadows to qualify for the OISRA state meet.

TD girls thwarted by Pendleton

Karen Jesch gave The Dalles girls’ basketball team its first lead of the second half, 39-38, with six minutes left in the fourth quarter, but Pendleton finished the game on an 11-4 run to lock down a 49-43 win Saturday at Kurtz Gym.

Sherman girls end up fifth in league

MORO – Desiree Winslow and Emily Hill combined for 41 points to lead the Sherman Huskies to a 55-37 victory over Condon-Wheeler Friday in a league contest played Saturday afternoon in Moro.

South Wasco County girls secure No. 3 district seed

Redsides play against Horizon at 3 p.m. Friday in Madras

HOOD RIVER – Playing without Jacqueline Noland, Jada Myers and Ana Popchock, South Wasco County ended up losing by a 51-34 margin to Horizon Christian in a girls’ hoops matchup Monday in Hood River.

TD boys lose big in Pendleton

Coming off an emotional triumph over Hood River Valley on Friday, The Dalles boys’ basketball team could not find its flow in an 86-45 loss on the road to Pendleton Monday.

Rangers capture No. 2 seed

Dufur jumped out to a 16-0 lead with the pressure defense holding Arlington without a point through one quarter of action in a 55-36 win in a Big Sky boys’ basketball contest played in Arlington Saturday.

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No. 1 Sherman ends on a top note

MORO – Kyle Fields tallied a season-high 24 points, including a second-half slam dunk, to help lead the No. 1-ranked Sherman Huskies to a dominating 81-34 win over Condon-Wheeler Saturday in Moro.

South Wasco loses last game to Horizon Christian

HOOD RIVER – With a chance to lock down a Big Sky Conference district play-in game against Arlington, the South Wasco County Redsides came up short in their final game of the season, a 54-38 loss to Horizon Christian Monday in Hood River.

Birman, Noland pace SWC girls

South Wasco County guard Jacqueline Noland said the team goal was to play a fast-paced style with full determination and a strong defense.

Redsides pull off comeback win

Down 45-44 with four minutes remaining, the South Wasco County Redsides outscored Ione by a 12-5 margin with Ty Herlocker and Nick Ward playing hero to lead the team to a 56-50 home victory Friday night in Maupin.

Strong start leads No. 1 Huskies

From the opening tip, the No. 1-ranked Sherman Huskies seized control and never let go as they dominated Arlington by an 84-38 margin Friday in a 1A matchup played at Arlington High School.

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Dufur boys score big win

Coming off a lopsided loss Thursday to Sherman, the Dufur Rangers fought off a sluggish start to defeat Condon-Wheeler by a 74-52 margin Friday in a Big Sky Conference boys’ basketball game played in Fossil.

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Lady Hawks knock off HRV

Brooke McCall and Kailin Hoylman scored 10 points apiece and seven different players hit field goals to lead The Dalles Riverhawks to a 45-29 win over Hood River Valley in a Columbia River Conference girls’ basketball matchup played Friday at Kurtz Gym.

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The Dalles boys pull off home sweep of Hood River

Playing for their playoff lives without all-league guard Dakota Murr, The Dalles Riverhawks had other players rise up to the challenge to help fend off Hood River Valley.

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Making snow cave handy winter skill

LOOKOUT PASS, Idaho (AP) — A group of Spokane Mountaineers shouldered packs and snowshoed out from Lookout Pass with shovels and positive attitudes for their first winter camping experience in snow caves.

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