The Redsides racked up four firsts and five seconds to finish second in the standings with 95 points at the Arlington Invitational Saturday.
Asa Farrell and Ezekiel Stelzer picked up two wins apiece, and Makenzie Dunn added a 100-meter run to lead the girls, as the Dufur track team rattled off 14 top-3 outcomes at Saturday’s Arlington Invitational.
Coming off a two-game sweep against Sherman, the Rangers hit the field against 3A Riverside and pounded out 14 hits, received 12 walks and stole eight bases in a six-inning, 19-9 mercy-ruled win Monday at Dufur City Park.
No. 1-ranked Rangers move league record to 14-0
In Saturday’s Blue Mountain Conference doubleheader against Sherman, the Rangers had 26 hits and outscored the Huskies 22-6 in a sweep at Dufur City Park.
TD scores four in the seventh to defeat Hermiston
The Hawks scored four runs on a walk, three singles, a double and a sacrifice fly to take a 6-5 lead and senior reliever Johnny Miller recorded the final three outs to help his team stay alive in the postseason.
Belshe, Moe and Johnson place first in their brackets
The Sherman girls’ tennis team won 10 matches to claim first place honors, Meghan Belshe won a singles title, and the No. 1 doubles team of Savannah Moe and C.J. Johnson romped to first place with four victories at the 4A/3A/2A/1A Special District 4 Sub-District Tournament completed Saturday at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash.
The Dalles finishes tied for third at district championships
From the start of the season, The Dalles seniors Chase Snodgrass and Mark Felderman were dead-set on making a return trip to state in golf. Through two days of playing under harsh conditions, the two veterans will realize their dreams and aspirations.
The District 21 Elementary School Physical Education team wants to keep kids active during the summer months, so the timing of the 17th annual Jumpstart Track and Field Meet comes at the perfect time.
TD turns its attention to next week’s 5A district tournament
In their final regular-season match, under warm conditions, the Riverhawks managed one singles win and had the No. 1 and No. 2 doubles teams pick up third-set tiebreaker victories in a 5-3 road loss to the Eagles in a league match played Thursday.
Recently named as an all-state basketball player, Sherman’s Jacob Justesen showed he can dazzle in multiple sports. The junior held seventh-ranked Pilot Rock to one run on two hits in 5 2/3 innings, made a highlight-reel defensive play and capped his day with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the No. 9 Huskies to a 3-2 victory Tuesday in a Blue Mountain Conference baseball game at Pilot Rock.
Asa Farrell and Ezekiel Stelzer had two top-3 marks apiece, with Stelzer winning the 3,000 meters, and the Dufur Ranger boys’ track team totaled 56 points for fourth place at the Nike Sherman Invitational Meet in Moro.
At the 19-team Nike Sherman Invitational Saturday in Moro, the Sherman Huskies put up nine top-5 finishes and added 15 personal records, as the boys’ track and field team totaled 46 points to finish in a sixth-place tie.
This past Friday and Saturday, The Dalles girls’ tennis team had an opportunity to sharpen up its skills in four matches against Crescent Valley, Bend, Pendleton and Mountain View at the two-day 5A Dual State Championships held in Bend.
Riverhawks take top two singles, No. 2 doubles match
Looking at the end results of Tuesday’s league match against Hood River Valley, The Dalles girls’ tennis coach Debby Jones saw some encouraging efforts from a few of her top names in a 5-3 loss to the visiting Eagles.
Coach plans on adding a competitive JV team
The Dalles cheerleading program is back in action with three tryout days this week from 6-8 p.m. starting tonight and running through Thursday at The Dalles Middle School.