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The No. 13 Dufur Rangers won their fifth consecutive match Thursday in a Big Sky Conference battle with Ione. In this picture, Ranger freshman Kalie Ellis makes a diving dig attempt to help save a point in the fourth set. Dufur totaled 24 ace serves for a 92 percent completion rate, added 38 kills and senior setter Sydney Reed had 18 assists to help the Lady Rangers move their record to 5-0 in five-set contests. Ray Rodriguez photo

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Rangers finding ways to come through

Playing without two starters, the Rangers won their season-high fifth straight match and moved their record to 5-0 in five-set matches overall after defeating the Ione Cardinals by a 15-8 margin in the finale Thursday in a Big Sky Conference matchup played at Dufur High School.

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