Almost four years ago, Colton Walker dealt with the news that his older brother Dakota had been diagnosed with Burkitt’s Leukemia.
Helyer turns a dream into reality
Carter and Klindt each pick up top-10 GS finishes
TD senior will run track, cross country for the Titans
TD uses late free throws to score 72-70 win over HRV
Team scores 182.6 points at Cavalier Invitational
Rangers build big lead, hold off a late Redside rally
No. 4-ranked Sherman uses inside game to defeat Horizon
Dufur held to 27 percent in No. 5 SWC’s 58-37 romp
Huskies shut down the Cardinals in 82-30 blowout
No. 5 SWC gets home win
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.
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.
Boys secure fifth straight, 68-39, over Mitchell
TD uses 14-8 run in final 6:15 to score 49-39 victory