Once again, Dufur quarterback Cooper Bales put up video game numbers with 37 rushes for 445 yards and seven touchdowns as the No. 11-ranked Rangers broke open a 28-all halftime tie, outscoring Elgin by a 34-22 margin to notch a 62-50 triumph in a crossover playoff game last Friday at Easter…
“This season has been our revenge tour,” TD senior Samuel Alvarez said. “I think that in the last couple of years, everyone has kind of dismissed us and thought of us as not too much of a challenge..."
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The Dalles seniors did not want their season to end.
TD scored three times in the first nine minutes and never looked back in a 58-13 4A state play-in beatdown of Valley Catholic at Sid White Field Friday.
The Columbia Gorge Basketball Academy will again be organizing traveling basketball teams this winter for local boys and girls from the third-through-eighth grades with a tryout session slated to run from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3 at The Dalles Middle School.
Courtney Hert scored twice on assists by Vivian Harrah and Teresa Cruz-Torres, and Kierstin White made five saves in The Dalles girls soccer team’s 2-0 shutout victory over Redmond on senior night Tuesday at Wahtonka.....
Even with the season-ending injury to standout Alex Gutierrez, The Dalles boys soccer team has been getting scoring contributions from Andy Lopez, Fabian Canchola and Alberto Gallegos.
Entering the season without all-league winners Kyrsten Sprouse and Madisen Davis, along with all-league and all-state recipient, Jada Myers, the South Wasco County volleyball team had seven of 12 players stepping up to play varsity ball for the first time ever.
With an opportunity to create a three-way tie for first place in the Intermountain Conference, The Dalles Riverhawks came up one point short in a 21-20 loss to No. 4-ranked North Marion in 4A football action Friday at Sid White Field.
The Echo Cougars claimed the 2019 Big Sky Conference championship in three sets over two-time champions South Wasco County Redsides, 25-19, 25-17 and 25-22, in varsity volleyball action from Echo High School.
Friedrich Stelzer and Juan Diego Contreras finished second and third individually, and The Dalles boys cross country team captured its first-ever victory over Hood River Valley by three points at the Champoeg Invitational Meet held Friday at Champoeg State Park in St. Paul.
Six different players scored touchdowns and The Dalles football team jumped out to a 33-0 halftime lead en route to a 54-18 blowout win over Woodburn in 4A football action on homecoming night at Sid White Field.
Asa Farrell returned to the starting lineup and notched 154 combined yards with two touchdowns and added 10 tackles in No. 10 Dufur’s 60-6 drubbing of Ione/Arlington Friday in Arlington.
Playing for first place in the Intermountain Conference, The Dalles football team trailed 27-7 at the half, and had one second-half scoring drive in a 34-14 road loss at Gladstone Friday.
Through the first half of Intermountain Conference play, No. 10 The Dalles volleyball team posted a 3-2 record, with the latest big victory coming by scores of 25-18, 25-16, 25-17 last Thursday in a three-game sweep of Hood River Valley.
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