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Sherman head coach Joe Justesen knew there would be plenty of teachable moments this season with his inexperienced roster.

Saturday, the Huskies salvaged a split with Pilot Rock with a 4-1 opening-game win and a nine-inning 2-1 loss in 2A baseball action in Moro and The Dalles.

Russell Peters drove in Isaac Anthony with a two-out, RBI double, Peters later scored on a passed ball, and Anthony retired the side in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Dufur Rangers a 6-5 comeback win over Sherman Tuesday in Moro.

In their third meet of the year, the South Wasco County girls reeled off a win, two seconds and three thirds to net a third-place team total of 69.5 points at Saturday’s Jeff Agar Memorial Track and Field Invite in Trout Lake, Wash.

MORO – While everyone outside their locker room had doubts as to how realistic any Baker City berths were at the start of the season, the Sherman Huskies held steadfast to the belief that anything was possible as long as they put in the work and stayed united. That extra drive was all they needed to pick up a fifth consecutive trip to Baker.

MORO – The No. 1-ranked Sherman Huskies scored 73 points in two district games last weekend in Madras and could not get their shots to fall. Tuesday was a different story, however. Luke Martin and Caleb Fritts combined for 33 points, the Huskies had four players hit double figures and they nearly matched their two-game district total in a 66-44 state sub-round home romp against North Clackamas Christian Tuesday in Moro.

Four players hit double figures and the Sherman Husky defense limited No. 6-ranked Horizon Christian to 14 of 44 from the field (31 percent) t…

One day after losing a 35-31 heartbreaker to Arlington, the Sherman Huskies responded with their first win of the season, a 64-28 victory, at home versus Mitchell-Spray Saturday in Big Sky girls basketball action in Moro.

The Sherman Huskies had a scare in Friday’s 54-48 win over Arlington and righted the ship at home Saturday versus Mitchell-Spray by a 74-32 final. Sherman expanded on its 12-10 lead after one quarter with a 19-6 rally to go out in front, 31-16 at halftime.

A basket by Desiree Winslow inched the Sherman Huskies to within a 37-26 deficit with three minutes and 38 seconds remaining in regulation, but they could not get any closer, as No. 6-ranked South Wasco County went on a 10-6 run down the stretch in a 47-32 win Friday in Maupin.