Dufur serves at 93 percent with 18 aces in big sweep
No. 4 Dufur uses quick-strike offense and stingy defense to defeat Sherman, 52-6
No. 3 Dufur volleyball team imposes will in a three-game sweep over South Wasco
With a handful of big weapons on the shelf to injuries, No. 16 The Dalles Wahtonka head coach Steve Sugg will look to lead his football team to a big league road win against No. 15 Pendleton this Friday.
Last season, the Dufur Rangers were able to erase a three-year slide against the Sherman Huskies with a 14-point win on Oct. 19, 2012 in Moro.
Hermiston has to work hard in third game, but gets bounces
Soccer team plays inspired ball against Hood River
Volleyball squad uses lopsided win to prepare for bigger tests down the line
Large crowd shows up for CASA Superhero event
Nothing was going to stop the runaway freight train of Dick Wingfield and Mike Pierce.
Harriers on point with 20 personal records
Group participates in Play Day fundraiser in The Dalles.
Lady Redsides get behind early, but stage comeback to win in five games over Echo
Winslow and Blake Evans combine for 302 yards in 62-14 win
TDW comes back from halftime deficit with a 24-6 spurt to upend Jefferson, 36-21
TDW, Dufur and Sherman hit the ground running in Thursday gridiron games
Morgan Goslin had three aces and seven assists, and Olivia Starks dropped a team-high 12 kills, but The Dalles Wahtonka could not get over the hump in a three-game setback Monday in a recently added volleyball match in Portland versus Grant High School. “Other than a few mistakes we made, we played pretty well,” said TDW head coach Amy Schwartz. “Our defense was great and our passing was pretty good, but we struggled on serves and serve-receive.
Manzo, Hernandez each score second-half goals to break open 1-1 halftime tie
Team goes 69 for 72 on serves to pace charge over Central
For her first attempt at organizing a fundraiser run, Camp Morrow board member Summer Smith was very pleased with the end result.
Volleyball team shrugs off slow start to beat S. Wasco
No. 4-ranked Dufur extends win streak in 64-30 homecoming route of St. Paul
For her first attempt at organizing a fundraiser run, Camp Morrow board member Summer Smith was pleased with the end result.
Twelve-member team nets 21 points to defeat HR in home-and-home tussle
Rains subside long enough for 211 youth participants
The Dalles Wahtonka and Sherman both look to respond from lopsided losses
11th annual Pig Bowl fundraiser brings hundreds together for a worthwhile cause
Eagle Indians gain 2-0 lead, but cannot hold on in second half
Coach Townsend happy with early turnouts thus far
Team runs 29 plays for 457 yards in 60-16 road victory
Rangers notch 15 aces and grab eighth sweep of season in triumph over Echo
Eagle Indians overcome the elements at Bridgette Nelson Invitational for two wins
Miscues rule in loss to Hermiston at Sid White Field
Varsity girls allow goal in the 78th minute of a 3-2 setback Tribe boys lose to Benson
Hood River loses first game, but wins next three for win Redside netters roll past Sherman Dufur cruises past Horizon
TDW takes its swings at No. 5 Hermiston; Dufur, Sherman aiming for 1A supremacy
Rich and Laura Hess cruised to first place in the ‘A’ flight with a gross score of 159 to defeat the field at the annual 2013 Braves and Princesses event this weekend at The Dalles Country Club.
With just a snap of the fingers, the Dufur Ranger volleyball team seized momentum and garnered its sixth match sweep of the season over Sherman in Big Sky conference volleyball action Tuesday on the road in Moro.
Fundamental mistakes hurt Varsity volleyball squad in second league matchup
The Dufur Rangers kept up their eye-opening offensive pace with 430 yards, one score each through the air, on defense and special teams in a 62-16 route of Arlington Friday in Big Sky Conference gridiron action in Arlington.
Brett Evans rushes for 243 yards to lead Sherman to 62-52 win
Cross Country squad nets 7 in top-10; JV boys second If there was any hope this cross country team was ready for the big stage, they proved it to coach Bob Thouvenel Saturday.
Dufur drops St. Paul in five; beat Condon in four A big way to send a statement is winning. The No. 3 Dufur Rangers sent that message loud and clear with wins over No. 8 St. Paul and No. 1 Condon-Wheeler Saturday in a 1A volleyball three-way dual in Dufur.
All it takes is a little success and belief and the confidence and drive of a football team can reach the highest of peaks.
Redside netters mow down Horizon Christian in three In the game of volleyball, accurate passing is critical for team success.
TDW battles and fights to pull off 1-1 non-league deadlock versus 6A Century From start to finish, The Dalles Wahtonka played a fundamentally sound 80 minutes of soccer Thursday against 6A juggernaut Century.
The Dalles Wahtonka, Summit both boast some high-powered offensive weapons Rebound-mode key for Sherman No. 5 Dufur tries to stay unbeaten
Varsity team has late lead go away in 3-3 tie to Reynolds Andres Manzo, Christian Garcia and Ernesto Rodriguez each scored goals, but Reynolds ended up scoring the game-tying marker with four minutes left in regulation to salvage a 3-all deadlock Tuesday in non-league boy’s soccer play in The Dalles.
Redside netters drop Central Christian and Irrigon in three-way dual in Maupin The No. 3-ranked South Wasco County Redsides won their third and fourth consecutive non-tournament matches Tuesday with a pair of three-game sweeps over Big Sky Conference opponent Central Christian and Irrigon Tuesday night in varsity volleyball action in Maupin.
Redside volleyball team loses to Klickitat in the final Riding off to a solid start to the 2013 campaign, the South Wasco County Redsides maintained their edge with a deep run into the tournament finals Saturday at the Husky Invitational Volleyball Tournament in Moro.