Bulldogs withstand TDOne by one, players from The Dalles girl’s basketball team emerged from the locker room with their eyes reddened from tears of defeat. The season was over. The quest for a state site berth climbs to 13 years.’s comeback attempt to win 45-41 and earn Eugene trip
Trio of state qualifiers talk experience in wake of ‘14
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St. Paul storms bacIt was a tale of two halves. For the first two quarters, Dufur shot 50 percent and led by five points, but St. Paul clamped down in the final 16 minutes to hold the Rangers to 4 of 22 in a 25-11 run in a 42-33 first-round win Wednesday in OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab state girl’s hoops action in Baker.k from five-point halftime deficit to post a 42-33 victory
Hoopsters set to host West Albany at 7 p.m. Friday
TD skiers rack up league honors at end-of-the-year banquet at Mount Hood
Dufur girls are three wins from state crown
Linebarger places sixth, as TD gets five wins in two days of state wrestling action
TD duo in state consolation quarterfinals on Day 2
Seniors to make first career berth to state site
CRC champs win third straight over TD, capping regular season with 57-34 victory
Seniors cap careers with 10 straight wins over rivals
TDW, Dufur and Sherman put up good numbers in season-opening event
Linebarger, Morales and Waters go into tourney action unseeded
Dufur girl’s basketball team defeats Cove in state sub-round; one win from Baker
Boys, girls gets 2nd; ratchet up five top-11 finishers
Coach McKay talks state, senior legacy of Ou and Nelson, program future
Morales, Linebarger and Waters garner top-4 finishes
It is rare that a team gets snake bitten two years in a row on last-second plays that ended a season.
TDW has comeback bid falls short in 60-57 league loss
Junior center sinks two free throws to lead Eagle Indians
Morales, Linebarger still alive in title bracket at 5A wrestling regional tournament
Team struggles offensively in season-ending district losses
Ocacio goes for 33 points, as Redsides ride hot first half to a 68-45 victory
After Hermiston loss, team wants to get back on track
TDW wrestlers have battled adversity on way to regional
Both teams have two top-10 finishers to lead way to second-place outcomes
From the start of summer ball to the past three months of preseason and league matchups, five local teams have put all their chips in the middle with hopes of earning a spot in the state hoops mix during district action starting Thursday at Hermiston High School.
Erin Nelson and Ming Ou make name for themselves at weekend district meet
Kaseberg scores 22, grabs 19 rebounds as Sherman defeats Dufur in Big Sky tiebreaker
With a chance to jump up to a No. 2 district seed with a win Saturday over Ione, the Dufur Rangers gave it all they had, but ended on the short end down the stretch in a 77-71 loss to the Cardinals in a non-league contest at Dufur. In the fourth quarter, Dufur was behind 57-48, but got to within a two-possession game twice with the ball, once at 74-70, but committed two turnovers in those moments to give the all back to Ione.
Since a pair of non-league losses at the beginning of the month, the No. 7-ranked Dufur Rangers have rattled off four consecutive victories by an average margin of 20.7 points to end the regular season.
Yes, the South Wasco County Redsides have lost three games in a row, but head coach Jim Hull has seen enough development and encouraging elements to feel confident his team can flip the switch in time for a deep playoff run.
SWC boys lose to Horizon; girls team adds lopsided win
Zach Nerdin scored nine of his game-high 18 points in the fourth quarter and The Dalles Wahtonka added to a 31-27 halftime lead with runs of 10-8 and 18-14 for a 59-49 victory Friday in Columbia River Conference action over Hood River at Kurtz Gym.
For three quarters, the Sherman Huskies stayed right on task with No. 1-ranked Horizon Christian, but a 16-4 second-quarter run provided all of the cushion needed to propel the Hawks to their 19th consecutive win, 63-42, Friday night in a Big Sky boy’s contest in Hood River.
The Sherman Huskies secured the district No. 2 seed after using a strong first half to roll past Horizon Christian by a 39-22 count Friday in Big Sky conference girl’s basketball play in Hood River.
Caleb Morris sinks late free throw to give Dufur a 64-60 season-saving victory
Huskies shrug off slow start to cruise past Central, 60-21
Sherman in good position to secure No. 2 district seeding
Backs against the wall, Huskies come out with 73-65 win over South Wasco
Team hits 8 of 10 free throws down stretch in win
Snowy, icy weather wreaks havoc on schedule, standings and playoff picture
The Dalles native Dennis Everts basks in glory of Seahawks’ rise to Super Bowl title
Boys, girls net five top-16 finishes, as each run up the Mount Hood Ski League ranks
Ghramm nets 10, as 11 players score in 49-28 win
Dufur puts No. 1 Horizon Christian to the test in a 66-49 Big Sky Conference tussle
Defense holds Eagles to two field goals in the second half
Girl’s basketball team breaks open halftime lead with 28-7 run for a 54-21 victory
The Dufur Rangers have now lost four of their last five games after a pair of setbacks against Lowell and St. Paul in 1A girl’s basketball action over the weekend and Monday.