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Local events and camps upcoming

Summer brings more kids out for sports

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Pitching, defense hurt 15U All-Stars

Five hurlers walk 15 in 20-9 loss to Alberta

The Dalles 15U All Stars totaled 14 hits and plenty of chances to score, but five different pitchers combined to walk 15 batters and the defense committed six errors in a 20-9 mercy-ruled loss to Alberta, Canada Tuesday in pool play action at the Babe Ruth Regional Tournament in Camas, Wash.

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Bringing passion to the sidelines

Lynn Cowdrey takes the reins at South Wasco County

As a player, a teacher, administrator and a coach, Lynn Cowdrey has enjoyed success at every level. Now back in the coaching game for the first time since the 2011-2012 season, Cowdrey is set to take over the South Wasco County girls’ basketball program.

OSAA sets softball regulations for 2017 season

Focus of the new changes are on uniforms and equipment

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TD cheer puts on an All-Star performance

Team of 32 scores first place and all-around honors

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Dallman to coach TDHS soccer

Dallman leaves Riverhounds to lead Riverhawks

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New high school coaches are named

New coaches have been named at South Wasco County, Sherman, Dufur and The Dalles High Schools for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year.

New coaches have been named at South Wasco County, Sherman, Dufur and The Dalles High Schools for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year.

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Golf stars come out for Sasquatch event

Rende and Schanno take 1st overall net championship

Many of the Pacific Northwest’s top female golfers converged to The Dalles Country Club for two days of golf play during the 42nd annual Sasquatch. When the final scores were tallied, the duo of Sue Rende and Dixie Schanno scored the tournament’s overall net championship, and Naomi Moss and Dolly Wilkins were tops in the overall gross division.

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Sasquatch event set for Saturday

Sasquatch event set for Saturday

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Sugg gets a cheer day to remember

TD graduate to perform at Saturday’s Les Schwab Bowl

Ever since she received notice in April, The Dalles High School cheerleader Taylor Sugg has been brimming with excitement for an opportunity to represent Riverhawk Nation on a big stage. Sugg, a 2016 graduate, gets her chance to shine at 5 p.m. this Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium for the 69th annual Les Schwab Bowl for the South team.

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Sharing the gridiron for one final thrill

Christiansen, Stutzman and Smith take all-star victory

Last November Wyatt Stutzman walked off the field in tears as his Sherman Huskies suffered a 24-22 playoff defeat to Powers. He felt, at that moment, he would never play football again. Saturday, Stutzman, a recent Sherman graduate, had one final chance to strap on his No. 33 uniform to represent a community he gave his blood, sweat and tears for.

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Wilson looks forward to all-star opportunity

Recent TD grad to play in 69th Les Schwab Bowl

The Dalles High School graduate Devin Wilson is counting down the days before he gets one final chance to hit the football field in Saturday’s 69th annual Les Schwab Bowl at Hillsboro Stadium. He will be the first football player since Ray Niko in 2011 to earn such an honor, so he plans to make full use of this opportunity, not just to continue to play at an elite level, but to also serve as an example to all of the football players from across the gorge.

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Wilson looks forward to all-star opportunity

Recent TD grad to play in 69th Les Schwab Bowl

The Dalles High School graduate Devin Wilson is counting down the days before he gets one final chance to hit the football field in Saturday’s 69th annual Les Schwab Bowl at Hillsboro Stadium. He will be the first football player since Ray Niko in 2011 to earn such an honor, so he plans to make full use of this opportunity, not just to continue to play at an elite level, but to also serve as an example to all of the football players from across the gorge.

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Husky hoopsters cruise to tourney crown

Sherman goes 8-0, including final win over Triangle Lake

MORO – Last year, the Sherman Huskies won their own tournament and eventually won a 1A state championship. If you are a believer in good omens, this past weekend’s performance at the Sherman County Invitational Basketball Tournament was one. The Huskies went 8-0 with each win by double digits, including a lopsided 78-57 triumph over Triangle Lake in the championship Sunday in Moro.

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Fastpitch Northwest to hold two prospect clinics

Players earn a chance to play in exposure game in July

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