School sports


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Walker to Blue Mountain

Almost four years ago, Colton Walker dealt with the news that his older brother Dakota had been diagnosed with Burkitt’s Leukemia.

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Helyer headed to Mt. Hood

Helyer turns a dream into reality

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Hawk boys snag third at Skibowl

Carter and Klindt each pick up top-10 GS finishes

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Morin receives scholarship to Lane CC

TD senior will run track, cross country for the Titans

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‘Murraculous’ team effort

TD uses late free throws to score 72-70 win over HRV

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Another top performance by TD Cheer

Team scores 182.6 points at Cavalier Invitational

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Dufur reels off third consecutive win, 41-36, over SWC

Rangers build big lead, hold off a late Redside rally

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Huskies score 10th straight victory

No. 4-ranked Sherman uses inside game to defeat Horizon

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Focused Redsides hammer home win

Dufur held to 27 percent in No. 5 SWC’s 58-37 romp

Stout defense reigns in No. 4 Sherman’s rout of Ione

Huskies shut down the Cardinals in 82-30 blowout

No. 5 SWC gets home win

No. 5 SWC gets home win

Lady Redsides throttle Arlington

Allie Noland and Lindsey Hull went for double figures, and senior guard Cassie Davis tallied nine to lead the South Wasco County Redsides to a 49-35 girls’ hoops win over Arlington Friday. “We came to play,” said SWC coach Bill Mead. “We played Redside basketball on both ends of the court. We had all-around scoring from everyone. It was a great team effort.” The Redsides led 13-4 through one quarter and 18-10 at the half.

Beeson, Bailey lead DHS girls

Don’t look now, but the Dufur Ranger girls’ basketball is two games out of third place in the Big Sky conference after securing their second straight win by a 51-48 score over Mitchell-Spray Friday in a league matchup played at Mitchell High School.

No stop to the Dufur Rangers

Boys secure fifth straight, 68-39, over Mitchell

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Riverhawks take down Pendleton

TD uses 14-8 run in final 6:15 to score 49-39 victory