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MAUPIN – Ahead of Monday’s official start to fall daily doubles, temperatures across the gorge are expected to hover around the mid-80s to low 90s this week.

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It was a good way to end the 2019 summer running campaign.

The Athletics East trio of Friedrich Stelzer, Juan Diego Contreras and Emily Johnson were on the journey of a lifetime at the USATF National Junior Olympic Championships from July 22-28 at CSU Sacramento in California.

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It seems like as the summer progresses, The Dalles Swim Team is re-setting the benchmark as one of the top youth programs in the state.

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Coached by Steven Begay, the Columbia Gorge Goats posted a 5-0 record and outscored opponents by a 100-58 margin to run away with first place at this weekend’s Rip City 3-on-3 Tournament in Portland.

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The Columbia Gorge Hustlers held a Fan and Sponsor Appreciation Night on Monday, July 15, at Bob Williams Field during a non-league baseball doubleheader versus Orofino, ID. In the group photo are, from left to right, starting in the back row, coaches Chad Smith, Steve Sugg, Dean Dollarhide,…

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The Columbia Gorge Hustlers held a Fan and Sponsor Appreciation Night on Monday, July 15, at Bob Williams Field during a non-league baseball doubleheader versus Orofino, ID. In the group photo are, from left to right, starting in the back row, coaches Chad Smith, Steve Sugg, Dean Dollarhide,…

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The Dalles High School has its annual fundraiser volleyball camp slated to run from Aug. 7-9 at Chenowith Elementary School.

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Last weekend at the Columbia Gorge 3-on-3 Classic Basketball Tournament held at Hood River Valley High School, Team Splash Brothers, represented by Sherman County third graders, took home first place.

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NEWPORT – The summer season concluded Saturday at Frank Wade Park in Newport with the Columbia Gorge Hustlers losing games to Madison, the Mid-Coast Dungies and the Keizer Crushers, which gave them an 8-26 record.

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The Columbia Gorge Hustlers kept pace in the early innings before Mt. Hood Select opened the floodgates in the fourth inning on its way to an 11-3 baseball win Wednesday night.

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In the first ever Babe Ruth Softball Pacific Northwest Regional Tournament in The Dalles, four area teams were in the spotlight while playing in front of their hometown fans. The Dalles Softball League All-Star squads in age groups 14U, 12U and 10U competed in the nine-team event July 6-8 at…

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DUFUR – Parker Wallace placed first in the Novice Male division, Jessica Elam had a top-10 finish, and the duo of Peyton Neal and Hunter Wagenblast ended up tied for 16th place to lead the Dufur Clay Target Team at the Oregon State High School Clay Target League Tournament held on June 22 at the Hillsboro Trap and Skeet Club.

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For the first time in program history spanning 60 years, The Dalles Babe Ruth softball is hosting the Pacific Northwest Regional Tournament this weekend, with championship action slated for Monday afternoon at Sorosis Park in The Dalles.

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The Columbia Gorge Hustlers American Legion baseball program is hosting a fan and sponsor appreciation night at 5:45 p.m. on Monday, July 15 at Bob Williams Field.

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With a chance to get a good look at his incoming football prospects, new The Dalles varsity coach Andy Codding dressed down 48 athletes, up from 28 last season, at the Wildcat Football Team Camp from June 22-25 on the campus of Linfield College in McMinnville.

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For head coach Steve Sugg, last season’s goal was for the young Hustlers to enjoy success while playing against ‘A’ competition.

In 46 American Legion games, the Hustlers racked up a 29-17 overall record, won a Zone 2 championship and added a 1-2 finish at the American Legion State Tournament in North Bend last August.

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The Dalles’ 10U Little League All-Stars were eliminated from playoff contention after back-to-back mercy-ruled losses to Bend North and Bend South in District 5 action this weekend from Madras.

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Poised to make their case for regionals, Athletics East Running Club standouts Juan Diego Contreras, Emily Johnson and Friedrich Stelzer attained top-3 finishes at the USATF Oregon Association Junior Olympic Championships this past weekend in Newberg.

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In the past, the 10U Cherry City Crush had struggled against solid pitching.

While facing top arms at the ASA ‘C’ State Championships this past weekend in Albany, the Crush put up 44 runs and surrendered just 14 runs for a perfect 5-0 record on their way to a title.

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For the last two years, The Dalles and Bend North have alternated district championships, with TD coming out on top two years ago, and Bend North winning last year en route to a state crown.

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