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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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Redside girls battle with Perrydale

2A Pirates use 27-16 second-half surge to secure a 44-29 road triumph

TD girls post comeback victory

Down by three points, the Sandy Pioneers had one final possession to try and force overtime. The Dalles defense stepped up to the challenge.

Redsides net first win

Starting the season with two consecutive losses did not sit right with the South Waco County Redsides. Friday night, they came out with a relentless fury using defense and balanced scoring to defeat Portland Lutheran 77-35 in a non-league boys’ basketball contest Friday in Portland.

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Centennial pulls away from TD boys

Riverhawks come up on short end of 64-42 score

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The Dalles still believes

Just because The Dalles girls’ basketball team is playing without all-state athlete Emily Bailey is no reason to believe the talent across the program isn’t just as formidable this year.

TD swimmers set good bar for rest of season

Group gets top efforts from Wood, Clifford and Nelson

Dufur girls clipped by Culver

The Dufur Rangers played their fist game of the season Tuesday and found themselves on the short end.

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Redsides lose to Lyle

Second-half comeback bid comes up just short in setback

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TD can’t climb out of first-half hole

Barlow jumped out to a 15-4 lead in the opening quarter and slowly kept building on that lead until coming away with a 56-38 victory over The Dalles Tuesday in a non-league boys’ basketball game at Kurtz Gym in The Dalles.

Sherman boys surge past Pioneers

Since playing in the 1A state championship football game on Nov. 29, the Sherman Huskies had seven calendar days to try to work off the rust for the start of basketball.

Lady Redsides show grit in loss

The 2A Stanfield Tigers got off to a fast start and held on in the second half to secure a 45-35 win over South Wasco County Saturday in a girls’ basketball contest in Maupin.

Redside hoopsters come out on losing end

Stanfield grabs double-digit victories Saturday in Maupin

Linebarger, Mitchell Waters pick up second-place finishes

Duo puts out impressive effort in Oregon City tournament

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Husky hoops double take

Sherman gets a pair of wins Saturday in home debuts against 4A Mac-Hi

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Lady Rangers showing promise

After fourth-place state finish last year, Dufur basketball team is hoping to build on success

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SWC is fueled by motivation

With a revamped roster in place, South Wasco County is primed for a postseason run

Rangers come up one play short in semis

Adrian scores with two seconds left in 58-52 win

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White has Dufur thinking big picture

Most of group returns for a top squad eyeing playoffs

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Dufur legend calls it a career

Volleyball coach Kelly Darden wins 449 matches and four state titles in her 21 years

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Rangers trying to break through

With all of the hoopla and congratulations lobbed towards the Dufur Rangers after a semifinal football playoff win last week, as a group, they know the journey is far from over. Just two more wins will cap a memorable season.

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Husky football is hungry for more

Sherman prepares for 1A state semifinal game against No.4-ranked Camas Valley

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Rangers punch semifinals ticket

Dufur scores 46 unanswered first-half points on way to 72-20 win over Wallowa

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Hawk defense brought to forefront

Four of five all-league players due to come back next season; Wilson on first team

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TD offense lands five on CRC list

Wilson, Eaton, Bardes, Seufalemua and Duong rewarded for 2014 contributions

Dufur prepped for Wallowa

Dufur head coach Jack Henderson is preaching to his football team that they need to be disciplined on every play.

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A battle of defense and offense

Sherman football team faces challenge of stopping a high-powered Lowell squad

Big Sky winners shine bright

Dufur, Sherman and South Wasco County dominate first-team all-conference recognition

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Dufur volleyball finishes magical ‘14

Lady Rangers secure second-place trophy at 1A state tournament in Redmond

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Huskies make their mark in playoff route of Hosanna

Sherman beats Hosanna Christian in playoff opener

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TD girls propelled to prestigious list

Five soccer players earn all-league honors; Gamez and Walasavage on first team

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Big Sky champs ready to get rolling

No. 3 Dufur starts playoff run at home Friday night against North Douglas

TDMS football building towards solid future

Seventh grade football squad has solid season capped by a championship berth

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Soccer seniors earn CRC status

Through the regular season, The Dalles Riverhawks soccer team enjoyed early success and endured some mid-season struggles, but still managed a postseason berth for first-year head coach Greg Burkart.

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The Dalles girls score fourth place at state

Six runners complete race in less than 22 minutes

Four Redsides earn all-league recognition

Foreaker is named to 1A Big Sky Conference first team

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Hawks lose finale in Hood River

Varsity football team drops rivalry matchup to end up winless on the season

The Dalles girl’s soccer is blanked by HRV

The Columbia River Conference champion Hood River Valley Eagles capped a perfect 6-0 league slate with a goal in each half to pull off a 2-0 home victory Tuesday against The Dalles.

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Dirty and proud: The Dalles’ Mud Brothers

TD all-stars play in an exhibition game versus La Grande

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Holding their heads up high

After three-set loss in Wilsonville, TD volleyball program eyes prosperous future

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Message sent: Rangers dominate at districts

Dufur posts sweep over Condon in Big Sky title matchup

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The magnificent seven

TD girl’s cross country team captures Columbia River Conference championship

Dufur claims third straight Big Sky crown

Fresh off a big win last week against Sherman, the No. 3 Dufur Rangers beat Condon-Wheeler to solidify a Big Sky Conference championship.