Riverhawks start year with 48 athletes and coach Steve Sugg
After a decade-long departure from the game, Hall of Fame baseball coach Steve Sugg is back. His return has the community of The Dalles abuzz and that energy helped draw nearly 60 players for tryouts.
Program is offering lunch to all volunteers on March 18
The Dalles Little League is breaking ground on a new 2017 season, so the organization is sending an alert out to all parents and volunteers for Kramer Field to help with the annual field cleanup day starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 18 at Kramer Field in The Dalles.
TD has solid core group of athletes ready to take on the 5A division
Although The Dalles softball team is set to hit the field without five graduated seniors, returning all-league centerfielder Kathryn Bradford likes what she has seen thus far from the young Riverhawks.
Overlooking a full attendance of basketball players and their parents in the commons at The Dalles Middle School, The Dalles head basketball coach Nathan Morris can see the high school and youth programs taking that next step over the next few years.
Youth basketball players representing the South Wasco County third and fourth graders finished the regular season with an unblemished 7-0 overall record during play for the Northern Wasco County Parks and Recreation Department.
In his fourth and final try on the Mount Hood Meadows Course for the Oregon Interscholastic Ski Race Association state championships last Thursday and Friday, The Dalles senior Martin Carter posted his best finish ever to lock down 21st place overall out of the 93 male participants and help the Riverhawks secure eighth place in the team standings.
When looking back at any championship high school team and the success they have had over time, parental involvement is just as important as the talent on the field or court.
Sherman beats Powder Valley for second straight 1A hoops crown
BAKER CITY – In front of a capacity crowd at Baker City High School in the 1A state basketball championship game, the Sherman Huskies fulfilled lifelong aspirations of capturing a 1A state title, their second straight, in a 78-57 victory over Powder Valley.
BAKER CITY — Max Martin held Perrydale's Haylen Janesofsky to one field goal over the final 18 minutes and 42 seconds of regulation, as the No. 1-seeded Huskies used defense and transition baskets to pull away from the Pirates by a 59-35 score Friday in 1A OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires state semifinal boys’ basketball action in Baker City.
Paul Beasley appears to have a hold on The Dalles wrestling program, and now his point of emphasis is to continue laying down those building blocks for a foundation of success for the long haul.
Gymnasts from Level 3 all score 9s or above at meet in Corvallis
All 85,000 square feet of the Merrit Truax Indoor Center could hardly contain the enthusiasm of the gymnasts from The Dalles.
Junior high group drops Culver by 11 to cap a 9-0 hoops campaign
Before its final test of the regular season on Feb. 14 in Culver, The South Wasco County Middle School ‘A’ girls’ basketball team last logged an official practice on Jan. 31. Having an extended break from action did not deter this group from completing a perfect season, as the Lady Redsides stormed past the Bulldogs by a 47-36 margin to complete a perfect 9-0 hoops campaign.
Senior inks a scholarship for cross country and track
In just one year of cross country, Ezekiel Stelzer displayed an untapped potential that College of Southern Idaho cross country and distance track coach Lindsey Anderson can’t wait to develop. On the track for Dufur, Stelzer won a 1,500-meter Big Sky District title after a mark of 4:24.35 on May 14 in Moro, and six days later at state, he set a career-best of 4:22.25 for fifth place.
Swimmers from The Dalles High School had solid finishes at the OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires 5A State Championships held on Feb. 17-18 in Gresham.
Sherman gets revenge on N. Douglas in a 31-point state playoff win
In November, the Sherman Huskies suffered through a heartbreaking playoff loss on the football field to North Douglas. Nearly four months later, the defending champion Huskies exacted a little bit of revenge – on the basketball court.