TD girls get third in Hood River

HOOD RIVER – Abby Walker hit a team-best 118 and The Dalles girls’ golf team had a four-person total of 555 to secure third place at the Hood River Invitational played on Indian Creek Golf Course.

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TD golfers lock down fourth straight win

Vassar claims medalist title; Snodgrass, Felderman tied for second

HOOD RIVER – Even with howling winds wreaking havoc on several golfers, Tyler Vassar carded a season-best 77 for medalist honors, and senior teammates Mark Felderman and Chase Snodgrass wound up tied for second place to give The Dalles boys' golf a team score of 325 for its fourth consecutive team title at the Hood River Invitational Monday at Indian Creek Golf Course.

Ridgeview drops TD girls, 6-2

Robin Pashek and Kiana Pielli fought for straight-sets wins, but The Dalles girls’ tennis team lost three of four doubles matches in third-set match-breakers in a 6-2 home loss to Ridgeview.

Hawk boys edged out, 5-3

The Dalles boys’ tennis team endured a close 5-3 loss Friday in Redmond against Ridgeview, as Quinn Wilson, Pedro Lopez and Andy Lopez turned in singles wins.

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Hawks break streak with the boom sticks

TD raps out season-high 24 hits in a 22-0 demolishing of 6A Canby

Jodi Thomasian and Emma Weir smashed home runs as The Dalles Riverhawks softball team imposed their offensive will against three Canby pitchers for a season-high 24 hits, 12 for extra bases, in a 22-0 mercy-ruled drubbing of the 6A Lady Cougars Friday at 16th Street Ballpark.

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Lady Hawks lose to Hermiston

Pashek, Pielli and Alvarez each pick up singles wins

In looking at the big picture, The Dalles head coach Debby Jones said that her varsity girls’ tennis group learned a lot from Wednesday’s 5-3 road loss to Hermiston.

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Redside tracksters set 18 personal records

Girls team notches seven seconds and two firsts at Dayton Invite

With spring break now in the rearview mirror, the South Wasco County track and field team went back to work against four 3A programs looking to reset its high marks at the WVL-Dayton Invitational Meet Thursday afternoon in Dayton.

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TD Riverhawks are opening eyes on the track

Boys, girls pick up 93 personal records at Gresham

With an expanded roster ready to face Gresham and Reynolds in a three-team dual, The Dalles track and field team totaled 93 personal records and added 29 season records for an impressive output at Gresham.

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TD tennis comes close to a league victory

The Riverhawks picked up three singles wins from Quinn Wilson, James Pashek and Andy Lopez, but wound up on the wrong side of three third-set match-break setbacks, two in doubles play, in a 5-3 loss to Hermiston Wednesday at The Dalles High School.

Walker cards 113 to lead TD golfers

At the Wildhorse Invitational in Pendleton, The Dalles girls’ golf team had three players average scores of 146, including a team-best 113 by Abby Walker in varsity action Monday.

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TD tennis loses by an 8-0 score to Redmond

Boys showing growth at midway point of the season

In a challenging match against Redmond, The Dalles boys’ tennis team won one set and nearly claimed four others in an 8-0 loss to Redmond in a non-league tennis match played Monday in The Dalles.

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Hawks pull through for comeback victory

Still hampered by a lingering sickness, Blake Davis mustered up enough energy to help The Dalles junior varsity baseball team to victory.

Hawk golfers win third straight

TD boys card a 323 to take first place by 10 strokes

With Chase Snodgrass’ 75 leading the charge, Tyler Vassar and Aidan Telles shooting 82s and Mark Felderman ending up with an 84, The Dalles scratched across a 323 to win its third consecutive boys’ golf tournament title at the Wildhorse Invitational played in Pendleton Monday.

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TD shows resolve in one-run loss to Sandy

Facing deficits of 9-0 and 12-2, The Dalles Riverhawks could have folded and moved on or dug in and showed their mettle. They chose the latter.

Sherman defeats Oakland

Following Thursday’s rainout, the Sherman Huskies finally had a chance to get on the field for the Grant Union Tournament and defeated Oakland by a 5-4 score Friday morning in John Day.


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