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Ray Rodriguez

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No. 13 Eagle Indians focused on the finish

Team tries to erase skid with league play looming

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Tribe golfers set personal records

All five players hit in the 80s to capture a fourth-place team finish of 336

Dufur continues 2A rampage

No. 2 Rangers pound four homers in a 26-5 victory

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Still earning their marks

TD boy’s tennis team wins three matches in 5-3 loss to Hood River Valley

14U Crush ready for action

With several local high school teams past the midway point of their spring schedules, the Cherry City crush softball program is getting set to kick off their spring and summer campaigns with championship aspirations as a driving force.

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Tennis girls gain first match win

Miller, Pashek and Murrillo nab singles wins; Wilson and Pielli top doubles

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Big sixth inning moves Tribe streak to nine

Four-run outburst key to 5-1 victory over No. 7 Corvallis

Tribe golfers get first in Seaside

With her 86, Iliana Telles just four shots from medalist

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Husky hardballers coming on strong

Sherman scores 22 runs in sweep over Umatilla to run unbeaten streak to seven

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No. 2 Dufur cruises to sweep of Pilot Rock

Rangers rap out 31 hits, 36 runs in two lopsided home wins

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Fast start fuels lopsided Tribe romp

No. 4 Eagle Indians break open 2-0 lead with nine-run third enroute to a 12-1 win

Crush to host three tournaments

12U and 14U teams to play three games on April 19 at Sorosis

Youth football opens signups

Program’s focus is to breed love of sport in youngsters

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Tribe girls golfers continue their rise

Group finishes with a 427 to grab third place at Pendleton Golf Tournament

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Still trying to build rep

Even in loss to Hermiston, TD is making some gains

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TD storms back for huge win

No. 4 Tribe scores five runs in 7th to beat Gresham, 8-4

Caldwell, Parke pave way for No. 2 Dufur

Bryson Caldwell was dealing, Cole Parke was starting to feel his oats and the No. 2-ranked Dufur Rangers reeled off their seventh consecutive victory in a 13-0 mercy-ruled whitewash of Culver in a non-league baseball matchup in Culver.

Boys golf shaves 40 strokes from opener

From the opening tournament on March 21 in The Dalles Invitational, The Dalles boy’s golf team shaved 40 strokes off its total with a final tally of 340 to pick up fourth place at the 10-team Wildhorse Invite on Monday at Wildhorse Resort and Casino golf course.

Tribe girls tennis loses to Dawgs

Miller, Pashek gets singles wins for girl’s varsity squad

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Redside girls chalk up third place at Tri-River Invitational

Popchock, Morelli and Kelly each grab first place marks

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Sherman tracksters get rolling in Estacada

Boys team racks up 150 points to reel off first place

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Coming on strong

TD track and field team posts 32 first-place finishes at CRC dual with Pendleton

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No. 4 The Dalles staying on a winning track

Baseball team completes sweep on McCall walk-off

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A final feather in her cap

Emily Bailey named to first-team all-state after a solid senior campaign

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TD softball ready to right the ship

Four errors lead to third consecutive loss in a 13-4 matchup with 6A Reynolds

Dufur equestrians scoop up first place

The Dufur duo of Harley Burgener and Zach Christiansen were in top form, and Sherman’s Mikkaela Ruise and Shayne Holmes kept their rise up the charts after event 2 in Sunday’s Central District High School Equestrian Meet ending in Redmond.

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TD girls dropped in close match to Cascade

Much can be said about the current rise of The Dalles girls’ tennis team. Through the spring season, this group has won a few matches and had some highlight performances along the way.

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Tribe loses in return from break

McDowell, Munoz each take singles wins, but squad drops match 6-2 to Cascade

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TD bats stifled in loss to Aloha

Softball team manages three hits for a 9-2 road setback

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Ranger offense keeps on chugging along

No. 2 Dufur scores 45 runs on 45 hits in sweep of Lyle

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Tribe riders getting on pace

Equestrian team tallies six top-7 outcomes at weekend event in Redmond

Sherman girls pick up first place at Culver Event

Wilson, McKinney and Orendorff keep on winning

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Rangers post a sweep in John Day

With 12-8 win over Grant Union Saturday, 2A Dufur moves up to No. 6

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Record crowd shows up for Wheatfield run

Remington first in men’s 8k, Hanna takes women’s

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“Targeting” defined for high school football

Organizations implementing rule changes for safety

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No. 8 Dufur takes down 6A Axemen

Rangers fall behind 7-1, complete 11-10 comeback on a walk-off hit by Uhalde

Rangers run wild in tournament opener

Lane Turner went 3 for 3 with an RBI, and Bryson Caldwell scattered four hits and no earned runs with four strikeouts, as the No. 10-ranked Dufur Rangers posted a 12-1 mercy-ruled victory over Union Thursday at the Les Schwab Icebreaker Tournament in John Day.

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TD golf sixth at annual invite

In evaluating his team’s effort at The Dalles Invitational Tournament, TD High School boy’s golf coach Kent Smith visualizes a significant improvement as the season progresses along.

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No. 9 Tribe pulls off comeback

Three late runs, capped by a walk-off tally by Copper leads squad to 8-7 triumph

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Tribe girl’s tennis has lot to feel good about

Coach Jones has bright spots in place for solid run

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Finishing spring season strong

The Dalles Swim Team posts standout results at Dan Perz Memorial Open

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Rangers nab doubleheader split

Dufur erases first game loss with 9-2 win over Country

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Eagle Indian hardballers hitting their stride

No. 14 TD off to a 4-2 start after two big wins on Monday

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Impressive power performance

No. 9 The Dalles softball team posts a 3-1 record at annual spring break tournament

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Community mourns loss of Edmo

The skies above the greater Columbia Gorge were a picturesque blue with nary a cloud in the sky, as baseball and softball teams hit the diamond to play the game they love Monday on the first day of spring break. The crowds were cheering, athletes were chanting and offering praise — a perfect backdrop of competitive athletics in its purest form. Just the way Eddie Edmo would have wanted it.

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Locals get back into swing of running for a cause

Ford, Bogard each take first in St. Patrick’s 10k event

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Tribe tennis dominates Reynolds

Varsity girls take control early and cruise to an easy 8-0 home victory

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Tribe girls rolls to easy track win

While The Dalles boys track team set the bar high on its side of the track, the girls followed suit with an impressive display in front of the home folks. They scored nine top-2 finishes for 153 points and an easy victory at the Mullen-Leavitt Invitational in The Dalles.

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TD boys tracksters pull off Mullen romp

Boys dominate the field of 12 teams in first event of 2014 spring campaign

McCall, Bartells pace TD offense in win

Coming off a bitter late-inning loss Monday to Marist, The Dalles baseball team responded with aggression Wednesday using an 11-hit attack to post a lopsided 17-3 road baseball victory over Redmond.

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