TD takes first in JV, varsity cross country
The Riverhawks claimed first place in the boys’ and girls’ junior varsity and varsity divisions, and Emma Mullins and Zerin Croover each picked up wins in their respective races at the Bridgette Nelson Invitational held at Sorosis Park in The Dalles.
White Salmon scores 27 points in fourth for 44-20 win
Dominique Seufalemua tallied 96 yards rushing with two scores, and the receiving combination of Dakota Murr and Glenn Breckterfield combined for five catches for 95 yards, but White Salmon erased a 20-17 fourth-quarter deficit with 27 unanswered points in a 44-20 victory Friday in a non-league football game.
Sherman, South Wasco and The Dalles also in action Tuesday night
Chloe Beeson dropped seven kills, five digs and a block, Haili Wolf-DePriest added a season-high 10 service aces and the No. 15 Dufur Rangers scored a three-game sweep over Mitchell-Spray Tuesday in a league match in Spray.
Three second-half goals, just five minutes apart, lead to 6-0 setback
Freddy Rodriguez scored three goals and added an assist, and Anthony Carillo scored twice to lead the Hermiston Bulldogs to a 6-0 shutout victory at Discovery Field in The Dalles.
Sherman takes 66-0 triumph over South Wasco County
The Sherman Huskies racked up 267 yards rushing, and senior quarterback Kyle Fields completed 6 of 8 passes for 119 yards in a 66-0 shutout victory over South Wasco County Friday in a Big Sky conference tilt played in Moro.
Jada Myers had a team-high six kills and Kyrsten Sprouse tacked on five aces, as the No. 19 South Wasco County volleyball team came away with a three-set sweep Thursday over Mitchell-Spray in a Big Sky Conference matchup in Mitchell. The Lady Redsides came on strong at the start of action, taking a 25-13 tally for a 1-0 lead.
The Dalles has been steadily progressing, knocking on victory’s door in their past two soccer matches. Thursday, they finally broke through with three unanswered goals to capture a 3-1 win over St. Helens in a non-league contest played at Discovery Field in The Dalles.
Two local teams, just 39 miles apart, get a chance to square off at 7 p.m. tonight in a pivotal Big Sky Conference football contest, as the South Wasco County Redsides hit the gridiron against the No. 14-ranked Sherman Huskies.
team still showing progression
The Dalles boys’ soccer team lost its fifth in a row, second straight by two goals or fewer, 3-1 to Ridgeview Tuesday in a non-league contest played in Redmond.
On the week, she had 17 kills with only 2 errors on 35 total swings for a hitting percentage of .429. Seibel also added on six digs, two blocks and two assists.
Girls soccer team loses 7-2 in non-league matchup Tuesday in The Dalles
The Dalles girls’ soccer team feel behind 4-0 at the half, but rallied for a 4-2 deficit midway through the second half, but Ridgeview finished out the final 20 minutes with three unanswered goals to pick up a 7-2 non-league soccer win Tuesday at Discovery Field in The Dalles.
Volleyball team defeats Pendleton in five sets
In addition to 13 aces as a team, Jodi Thomasian and Bailey LeBreton combined for 18 kills and 10 blocks, Kilee Hoylman added 21 digs and Hannah Wallis dished up a season-high 35 assists to lead The Dalles to a five-set win over Pendleton Tuesday night at Kurtz Gym.
No. 12 Lady Rangers beat South Wasco in four sets
Dufur and South Wasco County have been two of the top teams in the Big Sky Conference and it showed in Tuesday’s four-game thriller at Dufur High School.
Rangers hold Antelopes to 138 yards in 50-0 blowout; Sherman cruises past Ione, 50-0
The Dufur defense had its best performance of the season Friday, posting three interceptions, a fumble recovery, eight tackles for a loss and just 11 yards passing in a 50-0 shutout victory on the road against Adrian. The Sherman Huskies had five touchdowns of 34 yards or more, including three 80-yard scores in the first quarter, in a 50-0 rout of Ione Friday in a Big Sky Conference contest at Ione High School.
Under sloppy conditions, team sets 17 personal records
Deep in the Idaho forests in Hayden Lake, Idaho, under rainy conditions, The Dalles Cross Country team set 17 personal records and added 11 season-best marks Saturday in the Coeur d’Alene Invitational Meet.