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Lucas leads Dufur boys past Condon

Down two starters now with Hagen Pence and Connor Uhalde on the injury shelf, Dufur’s Travis Lucas amped up his offensive efforts with a season-high 18 points to lead the Dufur Rangers to a 53-47 win over Condon-Wheeler Friday in Dufur.

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Third-quarter flurry vaults Redsides

South Wasco senior Travis Hayes hit a half-court 3-pointer at the first-half buzzer and that shot fueled the No. 7 Redsides to a 25-12 third-quarter run enroute to a 68-50 win over the Ione Cardinals Friday in a Big Sky Conference boys’ basketball matchup played in Ione.

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TD girls break free from Hood River

HOOD RIVER – In recent years, The Dalles girls’ basketball team has been able to handle Hood River Valley with a high-level of success.

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Run brings heart health awareness

More than 230 help raise $3,000 in 5th annual event

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TD grapplers finish up regular season

After dual with HRV, Hawks turn attention to regionals

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Ready to shine in the spotlight

TD cheer headed to state with high aspirations

Columbia Christian takes road win

Knights finish game on a 9-5 spurt to defeat Lady Rangers

Columbia Christian boys outlast Dufur

The Dufur Rangers led 27-26 at the half, but Columbia Christian exploded for 15 second-half field goals and used a 38-25 second-half to hold on to the 64-52 win Tuesday in a non-league boys’ basketball game played at Dufur High School.

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Horizon defense stuffs S. Wasco

Redsides are held to lowest point total in nearly a month

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Physical Redsides wear down Horizon

SWC out-rebounds the Hawks 50-29 in 61-52 win

Cold shooting hurts Dufur in a home setback to Horizon

Rangers go 7 of 19 from free throw line in 28-20 loss

No. 3 Huskies roll past Mitchell-Spray

Max Martin and Jacob Justesen each scored 15 points in the first half in Spray, as the No. 3 Sherman Huskies jumped ahead 45-19 at the half, and then added a 27-9 run in the third quarter in a 82-42 win over Mitchell-Spray Saturday in Spray.

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Redsides split weekend contests

Balance is key, as SWC beats Sherman in a Friday duel

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Rangers solidify third spot in Big Sky

Dufur takes 53-40 victory over Horizon Christian

Huskies manhandle South Wasco

Sherman shoots 48 percent in a 60-42 win

Dufur’s winning streak snapped

Although the Dufur Rangers had Kayla Bailey return to the lineup, starting post presence Emily DePriest could not dress down due to an ankle injury, and the Ione Cardinals took advantage.

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Riverhawks: No quit in ‘The Pit’

TD boys stage rally in a 59-53 win over Hermiston

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Walker to Blue Mountain

Almost four years ago, Colton Walker dealt with the news that his older brother Dakota had been diagnosed with Burkitt’s Leukemia.

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Helyer headed to Mt. Hood

Helyer turns a dream into reality

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Morin receives scholarship to Lane CC

TD senior will run track, cross country for the Titans

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‘Murraculous’ team effort

TD uses late free throws to score 72-70 win over HRV

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Another top performance by TD Cheer

Team scores 182.6 points at Cavalier Invitational

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Dufur reels off third consecutive win, 41-36, over SWC

Rangers build big lead, hold off a late Redside rally

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Huskies score 10th straight victory

No. 4-ranked Sherman uses inside game to defeat Horizon

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Focused Redsides hammer home win

Dufur held to 27 percent in No. 5 SWC’s 58-37 romp

Stout defense reigns in No. 4 Sherman’s rout of Ione

Huskies shut down the Cardinals in 82-30 blowout

Beeson, Bailey lead DHS girls

Don’t look now, but the Dufur Ranger girls’ basketball is two games out of third place in the Big Sky conference after securing their second straight win by a 51-48 score over Mitchell-Spray Friday in a league matchup played at Mitchell High School.

No stop to the Dufur Rangers

Boys secure fifth straight, 68-39, over Mitchell

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Riverhawks take down Pendleton

TD uses 14-8 run in final 6:15 to score 49-39 victory

TD boys lose 83-48 to No. 5-ranked Pendleton

Pendleton and The Dalles went back-and-forth for the first minutes of the opening quarter, with the Bucks ahead 11-8, but then the No. 8-ranked Buckaroos outscored the Hawks 72-40 the rest of the way in an 83-48 victory Thursday in a Columbia River Conference matchup played in Pendleton.

TDMS wraps up regular season on a high note

Wrestling team posts solid results in tournament action

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Second place on the line in Big Sky rivalry matchup

No. 5 SWC makes trip to take on Dufur Saturday

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TD grapplers battle tough against Hermiston

Short-handed Hawks trying to build momentum for regionals

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TD cheerleaders shine in Portland

Team gets second place at Scotsmen Rumble

Scott and Linebarger leading the way for TD wrestling team

In the past two tournaments at the Bob Beisell Invitational and Madras Invite, The Dalles wrestling team has enjoyed a pair of championship runs from JR Scott and Joe Linebarger.

SWC hammers Mitchell

Re-charged No. 5 Redsides shoot 46 percent in 60-35 win

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Slow start hurts Sherman in loss to Tigers

Huskies can’t overcome a 33-18 first- half deficit

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High-flying Huskies defeat 2-A Stanfield

Sherman posts season-high points in 92-74 victory

SWC girls tough in a 47-43 triumph

Needing a win to stay in the Big Sky Conference mix, the South Wasco County Redsides pulled off a thrilling 47-43 victory over Mitchell-Spray in a league battle played Saturday in Maupin.

Ranger boys climb into tie for second in the Big Sky

Dufur wins fourth straight game, 55-40, over Arlington

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Cold shooting hurts Lady Huskies

Sherman shoots 14.7 percent in its loss to Condon

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Huskies continue their upward swing

No. 4 Sherman wins its seventh in a row, 78-42

No. 4 SWC cruises past Ione

Herlocker scored 11 of his team-high 15 points in the first quarter to lead the No. 4-ranked South Wasco County Redsides to a 64-19 win over Ione Friday in a Big Sky boys’ game played in Maupin. Herlocker added six rebounds and four steals, Brody Myers added 14 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, and Travis Hayes tallied 13 points, four rebounds and four steals for the Redsides.

Lady Redsides come up just short of upset bid

The South Wasco County Redsides finished one shot away from pulling off an upset win over the Ione Cardinals. Jessie Flynn scored a game-high 26 points, including seven in the fourth quarter, and No. 19 Ione held SWC without a field goal in its final possession to hold on for the 51-50 win Friday in a girls’ basketball league showdown played in Maupin.

Short-handed Dufur loses to No. 6 CW

Playing without injured point guard Sydney Reed, the Dufur Rangers got a career-high 10 points from Kayla Bailey and eight more points from shooting guard Alexus Outlaw, but the No. 6-ranked Condon-Wheeler Knights broke open a 29-11 halftime lead with a 21-8 third quarter run for a 52-26 victory Friday in Condon.

Tough end for Sherman girls

The Arlington Honkers came back from a 21-15 halftime deficit to tie the score in regulation, and then outscored Sherman 8-6 in overtime to pull off a 48-46 triumph Friday in Arlington.

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Hot Huskies take sixth straight

Martin, Coles combine for 34 points to lead No. 5 Sherman

TD boys lose by 33 to Hermiston

The Hermiston Bulldogs hit eight 3-pointers as part of a 35-point third-quarter surge to pull away from The Dalles by a 78-44 score Friday night in a Columbia River Conference boys’ hoops showdown at Hermiston High School.

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No. 6 Dawgs take round 1 of CRC clash

Hermiston uses 17-8 run in final 11:13 for a 44-32 win

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OSAA’s three-official move bringing good results

In a trial run this year, administrators like the change

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