September 29, 2016
September 29, 2016
September 29, 2016
The junior receiver posted offensive stats of 46 yards receiving, 48 yds rushing, and a total of 133 all-purpose yards. He caught the go-ahead touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, and also led the defensive charge with 9.5 tackles.
Team clinches fourth straight league win, beating Ione in five games
Chloe Beeson had 15 kills, seven aces and a career-high four kills and, Sydnee Byers tacked on five kills and eight aces to lead the Dufur Rangers as they battled back from deficits of 1-0 and 2-1 to defeat Ione in five games Thursday in a Big Sky Conference volleyball match played at Ione High School.
Madras scores three minutes in and gets a 2-0 victory; TD girls blaank Madras, 2-0
The Dalles allowed an early goal, three minutes into play, and also gave up an insurance tally at the 34-minute mark, in their 2-0 shutout loss to 4A Madras Thursday at Discovery Field.
Hawks take first set, but loses in four to Hermiston
The Hermiston Bulldogs notched 22 block touches, including six to the floor in Thursday’s four-game Columbia River Conference victory at Kurtz Gym in The Dalles.
TD boys' soccer team has three games to get in a groove
At first glance, it may seem to be a concern, but head coach Matthew Dallman said at this point in the season, results don’t matter to him, as long as the team is showing progress, which they are.
Nunez hopes his team can get going in time for league
Although the Riverhawks lost to 6A Franklin Tuesday at home, Nunez noticed a much more determined group on the soccer field, giving him hope that good things could be coming down the road this season.
Undefeated TD football is focused on execution
Head coach Steve Sugg is liking the current trend, but has been hammering home to his team that they cannot afford to overlook any opponent, especially this Friday’s guests, Mac-Hi, who the Hawks trounced last season, 43-0.
Annual football game to help families in need The 14th annual Pig Bowl, a friendly flag football competition between Oregon and Washington law enforcement officers, will be 7 p.m. Sept. 17, at the Wahtonka field.
Teams play three sets, with outcome two points in each
DUFUR – Playing in front of a capacity crowd in Dufur, the Lady Rangers and the Sherman Huskies played a playoff-caliber match where two points separated all three sets. In the end, Dufur was able to make the plays down the stretch to capture a three-game sweep.
Volleyball team gets statement performance right before league play
With Columbia River Conference play just a day away, The Dalles head volleyball coach Neticia Fanene was hoping for a confidence-building performance from her varsity squad. She got it on Tuesday.
Serving game helps lead Redsides to third consecutive sweep
Ana Popchock had a team-leading five kills, Allie Noland tacked on seven aces and the South Wasco County Redsides came away with a three-game sweep over Horizon Christian Tuesday in a Big Sky Conference battle in Maupin. On the year, the Redsides have five wins, four of those coming by a sweep and they have swept Sherman, Ione and Horizon Christian in a span of seven calendar days.
Rangers beat Cove in two, lose match to 2A Imbler
Riding a three-match winning streak entering Saturday’s volleyball tournament in Helix, the No. 25-ranked Dufur Rangers salvaged a two-match split against Cove and Imbler, the win coming in sweep fashion against Cove.
Cross Country team sets 24 personal records at Tualatin Invite
In their first regular season meet of the 2016 campaign, The Dalles cross country set 24 personal records, 16 on the junior varsity side at the 12th annual Tualatin Invitational Saturday.
Huskies put up 562 yards in their 52-16 road triumph
Jacob Justesen and Maverick Winslow combined for 286 yards and five touchdowns as the Sherman Huskies dispatched Triad in a 52-16 blowout victory Saturday in a 1A football game played at a neutral site in Redmond.
Rangers rack up 379 yards of offense in 54-12 victory
Bailey Keever threw two touchdown passes, returned a punt for a score and Hagen Pence added scoring runs of 59 and 34, as the Rangers jumped ahead 38-0 through one quarter of play in a 54-12 rout on the road.