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While the snowy weather proved to be an adventure on the roads, The Dalles equestrian team had a promising first showing to start the 2019 campaign. Jaeden Biehn posted a pair of individual top-8 finishes and joined up with Erika Burdine and Haja Anis for four top-4 outputs, including fourth place in Team Penning, at the three-day Oregon High School Equestrian Teams event held from Feb. 22–24 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond.

Cooper Bales and Trey Darden rattled off 11 points each, Daniel Radcliffe added six and the Dufur Rangers jumped out to a 22-10 halftime lead and came away with a 39-31 upset road victory over the No. 11-ranked Joseph Eagles in state sub-round action Tuesday in Joseph.

MADRAS – With a state berth on the line, the Ione Cardinals broke open a 28-23 lead entering the fourth quarter with a 17-6 run to pull off the 45-29 victory over the Dufur Rangers in girls play Saturday.

The Dufur Rangers outscored South Wasco County in every quarter of play and started out on runs of 18-10 and 19-8 in the first two periods to pick up a 72-41 victory Tuesday in Maupin.

All signs pointed to the Dufur Rangers stacking another win to their record in search of third place in the Big Sky Conference standings. Wesley Goad and the Arlington Honkers had other ideas. Goad sank two free throws with eight seconds remaining in regulation and the Rangers had two chances for a last-second game-winner, but could not execute down the stretch in a 55-54 loss Tuesday in Arlington.

Facing their toughest stretch of the regular season, No. 3-ranked South Wasco County Redsides defeated North Clackamas Christian, Country Christian and Perrydale, all ranked in the top-12, in three non-league girls basketball road matchups.

Early on, it appeared like the South Wasco County Redsides were going to be a gritty road battle. Ahead 18-17 at the half, SWC got its defense rolling, holding Condon-Wheeler to two second-half field goals, both in the fourth quarter, as part of a 36-5 run to tally a 54-22 triumph Friday in a Big Sky Conference girls hoops contest at Condon.

LA GRANDE – Playing in a physical matchup came at a perfect time for the Dufur Rangers. On a rain-soaked turf field at Community Stadium, the No. 1 Rangers used second-half touchdowns by Tanner Masterson and Asa Farrell to defeat Wallowa, 22-12, in an eight-man Special District 3 crossover championship Friday in La Grande.

MORO – In the past, any little moment of adversity would mean the downfall to the Sherman volleyball team. Thursday, the Huskies lost the opening 25-16, but then rallied to grab wins in the next three games to defeat Echo in Big Sky Conference action in Moro.