December 7, 2016
December 7, 2016
December 7, 2016
November 29, 2016
The Dalles cross country athletes (pictured from left to right) Cory Cameron and Molly Nelson show off their Most Inspirational plaques made by assistant coach Robert Clark, with the help of the welding class and the woodshop teacher, Wednesday at The Dalles Middle School. Emma Mullins and Ezekiel Stelzer were awarded Most Outstanding as runners, and the trio of Tressa Wood, Ethan Shubert and David Wring won Most Improved. Mullins and Stelzer won first-team All-Columbia River Conference honors, and Wood, John Miller, Jony Nelson and Luke McLean had their names called for the second team.
The Athletics East running team started its offseason running program on a high note last Sunday under muddy and sloppy conditions at the USATF Junior Olympic State Meet at the Hidden Hills Polo Club in West Linn with several male and female competitors qualifying for the upcoming regional meet.
Team does well at OCCA All-State event held in Eugene
In their first competitive cheer event, Hannah Caracciolo and Samantha Stanley were beacons of light for The Dalles cheer team.
Huskies have a tough task against North Douglas
Playing without their top safety and receiver Jacob Justesen, the No. 6 Sherman Huskies will have another tough test in front of them at 1 p.m. Saturday at Sutherlin High School playing a North Douglas team that has won 10 consecutive games.
Rangers have allowed one touchdown in last 16 periods of action
With the play of defensive linemen Ian Cleveland, Curtis Crawford and T.J. Kennedy, the Dufur Ranger defense has been in lockdown mode through final part of their schedule.
Reed named co-Player of the Year; Beeson gets on first team
Dufur Ranger senior Sydney Reed was floored when she heard her named called over the loudspeaker as the Big Sky Conference’s co-Player of the Year.
CrossFit The Dalles focuses on community and a family atmosphere
At the start of her CrossFit journey three years ago, Cassidy Tibbets was unsure what to expect.
Rodriguez and Bustamante grab first-team recognition
The Dalles boys’ soccer team doubled its win total, going from two in 2015 to four this season, and added some extra scoring punch, rising from 10 goals scored up to 20 this year under first-year head coach Matthew Dallman.
Thomasian is a first teamer; LeBreton and Bradford on second squad
Jodi Thomasian was a first-team all-Columbia River Conference winner, Kathryn Bradford was a second-team selection in her junior campaign and sophomore Bailey LeBreton put on a net display as a rising standout.
Coming off a lopsided 66-34 romp over Triad in their opening-round state playoff game, the No. 6-ranked Sherman Huskies are turning their full attention to a North Douglas team that is riding a 10-game winning streak.
McCall, Manzo and Barragan are first team recipients
The Dalles girls’ soccer team accomplished a lot under the tutelage of first-year head coach Oscar Nunez and seven athletes were rewarded for their hard work through the 2016 season with all-Columbia River Conference honors.
Six boys hit times less than 18 minutes; Girls’ team scores 10th
On a rainy day in Eugene, The Dalles cross country teams each came through with top-10 performances, with the boys putting forth six times of less than 18 minutes for a sixth-place tie at the OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires 5A State Cross Country Meet at Lane Community College.
Facing a pesky Triad Timberwolves team, the Sherman Huskies had to reach down in the reserves to pull off a 66-34 victory Friday in a 1A state playoff football matchup played in Moro.
DUFUR – No matter the sport, teams have the tendency to look too far ahead when it comes to facing an opponent they have previously beaten by a large margin. Not the Dufur Rangers. Dufur racked up 505 yards of offense and the defense allowed six first downs, 95 yards of offense, posted six sacks and forced 16 negative-yardage plays in a 54-2 drubbing of Falls City Friday in a 1A state football contest played in Dufur.
Playoff game against Triad starts at 6 p.m. Friday in Moro
The sixth-ranked Sherman Huskies are flying high with an eight-game winning streak entering the first round of the 1A state playoffs, and head coach Bill Blevins is looking forward to rolling out his sixth-ranked football team for battle against the No. 12-ranked Triad Timberwolves for a start time of 6 p.m. Friday night in Moro.