Fireworks have been a new addition this year to The Dalles Wahtonka varsity football games thanks to the Friends of Football nonprofit group, and senior night this week is expected to have more bang for the buck.
Duo feels nothing replaces the values of a team setting
Eagle Indians come back from 2-1 deficit to defeat Hood River 3-2 on senior night
Dufur, South Wasco and Sherman complete final tune-ups at Ranger Tournament
Gridiron squad has Pendleton loss forgotten
Girls get four in top-20 and Burns, Rogers set PRs
Dufur serves at 93 percent with 18 aces in big sweep
No. 4 Dufur uses quick-strike offense and stingy defense to defeat Sherman, 52-6
Feeling good after Tuesday’s loss against Hermiston, The Dalles Wahtonka volleyball team could not build off its fiery third-game effort on Thursday, as it lost in three games to Pendleton in Columbia River
No. 3 Dufur volleyball team imposes will in a three-game sweep over South Wasco
If only The Dalles Wahtonka had been at this level of continuity and consistency from the beginning of the season — maybe the team would not be scratching and clawing for a sniff at the postseason. For the third consecutive game, TDW played a clean and crisp 80 minutes of soccer and salvaged a scoreless tie with No. 19 Hermiston Thursday in Columbia River Conference boy’s soccer action in The Dalles.
After 1-0 road triumph, TDW moves up to No. 28 in the rankings
With a handful of big weapons on the shelf to injuries, No. 16 The Dalles Wahtonka head coach Steve Sugg will look to lead his football team to a big league road win against No. 15 Pendleton this Friday.
Last season, the Dufur Rangers were able to erase a three-year slide against the Sherman Huskies with a 14-point win on Oct. 19, 2012 in Moro.
Hermiston has to work hard in third game, but gets bounces
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