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TD wrestlers take loss on road to Hermiston

Team has five forfeits, but comes close in four matches

Aiming for the upper echelon

No. 9 The Dalles ready to take flight in challenging 5A Columbia River Conference

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TD swimmers ride high at White Buffalo Meet

Feil breaks record; Clifford, Nelson each on record cusp

Ninth-ranked Hawks pull off comeback

Down six points to start the fourth quarter, The Dalles stiffened up on defense and forged a rally of 21-8 to get past the Union, Wash. Titans by a 48-41 mark Saturday in a non-league girls’ basketball contest played in Vancouver, Wash.

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No. 9 Huskies dominate Riverside

Sherman uses varied offense to beat Pirates by 26 points

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Dufur upended by Condon

Second-quarter run by Knights fuel 63-53 triumph

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Holeman dominates slalom field

Senior skier posts impressive two-run time to chalk up first-place status

Miller, Darden pace Rangers

Taylor Darden tallied a season-high 21 points and Aimeelyn Miller added 11 of her own to lead the No. 14-ranked Dufur Lady Rangers, but No. 1 Condon-Wheeler had too many weapons to handle in jumping out to a 63-53 win Saturday in Big Sky girls’ play in Fossil.

No. 10 Dufur boys run through Condon

The No. 10-ranked Dufur Rangers came out firing away Saturday against Condon-Wheeler and needed just 16 minutes of the first half to impose their will.

SWC girls can’t finish comeback

Down 23-15 heading into the fourth quarter, the South Wasco County Redsides hit four field goals and went 3 for 7 from the line on their way to an 11-7 run, but could not get the bounces to go their way in a 30-26 loss to Ione in a Big Sky girls’ basketball road matchup Saturday. “We still need to work harder and play our game,” said SWC head coach Bill Mead.

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Ione no threat against SWC

Redsides ride big first half to a lopsided 39-point victory

Sherman girls drop Arlington

MORO – The trio of Meagan McKinney, Janet Guzman and Makenzie Blaylock combined for 33 points, as the Sherman Huskies posted their largest scoring output of the season in a 53-41 victory over Arlington in a Big Sky Conference girls’ basketball contest Saturday in Moro. In all, six players hit baskets and all 11 players contributed on both sides of the court.

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Huskies bounce back strong

Four Sherman players hit double figures in a 75-34 trouncing of Arlington

SWC boys nearly pull off upset

Through the first 16 minutes of play, the South Wasco county Redsides were playing at a peak level with upset on their minds.

Foreaker scores 16 points to lead Redsides

With win, SWC girls climb back into Big Sky race

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