Ray Rodriguez

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Ray Rodriguez is sports editor of The Dalles Chronicle.

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WC girls lose by a 32-23 margin

The Stanfield Tigers bolted out of the gates with a 21-10 halftime lead and held off a late South Wasco County rally for a 31-22 win Friday in a girls’ hoops game in Stanfield.

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Riverhawks win a nailbiter

Girl’s hoops team rebounds in second half to post a 40-37 comeback win

TD harriers perform well at West regionals

The Dalles High Cross Country harriers Jony Nelson, Emily Morin and Avery Cardosi kept their offseason running schedule intact with a tough test.

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Hawks hit the mats in La Grande

Linebarger goes 3-1 to score second place; three others win at Muilenburg Classic

Riverhawk swimmers take another step forward

15 athletes stake claim to personal records in St. Helens

Rangers hit the court

Boys squad goes 1-1 at Heppner Kickoff Tournament

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Huskies finish strong against Lyle

Girls team shakes off cobwebs in second half, but comes up 10 points short

Riverhawks take tourney crown

Conklin, McCall lead way in huge victory over Reynolds

SWC boys stage comeback win

MAUPIN – Tony Holliday may be new to the South Wasco County basketball team, but the senior guard is settling right in. The Redsides erased a five-point, second-half deficit and Holliday gave the Redsides the lead for good at 49-47 with a 3-point shot with two minutes and 16 seconds left in regulation for a 57-54 victory over Perrydale Saturday in boys’ basketball action in Maupin. “I think we

Lady Redsides net first win

Molly Foreaker posted a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds to lead South Wasco County to its first win of the season in a 33-27 girls’ basketball outcome over Portland Lutheran Friday in Portland.

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