Presenting the 2017 all-area baseball team led by Player of the Year Dylan Grogan of Stanfield.
Player of the Year Lauren Richards of Pendleton leads the 2017 East Oregonian All-Area Softball team
BMCC hired Osadonor "Osa" Esene as the newest head men's basketball coach on Wednesday.
Shaw Broncheau, Logan Grieb and Caden Smith all got one more chance to play some high school basketb
Pendleton's Haley Greb and Lauren Richards are finalists for Oregon Sports Awards, which take place on Sunday in Beaverton.
Hermiston athletics announced Kevin Moore as its new head baseball coach on Friday.
Blue Mountain Community College barrel racer Danyelle Williams remained in second place in the aggregate after Wednesday's performance at the College National Finals Rodeo.
In 2017, the Pendleton Linebacker's Club Hall of Fame opens its doors to athletes outside of just football with a record class of 17 inductees.
Blue Mountain's Danyelle Williams entered the first performance at the CNFR in fifth place in barrel racing.
Pendleton baseball honored longtime coach Mike Hodgen during a small ceremony on Saturday evening for 40-plus years of dedication to the program.
Hodgen Distributing won the Ashlee Hodgen Memorial Tournament with an 8-6 win over La Grande on Sunday.
Five Pendleton Buckaroos were named to the 5A softball all-state teams, and locals were selected for the 3A softball and 2A/1A baseball teams as well.
Weston-McEwen pitcher Bailey Hillmick and catcher Sydney Peal played their final high school games on June 4 at Oregon State Univeristy in the 3A Senior All-Star Series.
Raevyn Rogers held off USC's Kendall Ellis down the stretch of the 4x400-meter relay at Hayward Field, helping Oregon become the first-ever NCAA women's program to win cross country and indoor and outdoor track and field titles in the same school year
Pendleton/Hodgen Distributing kicked off the Ashlee Hodgen Memorial Tournament with a pair of wins over Baker and Redmond on Friday.
Three BMCC baseball players signed with four-year colleges to continue their careers.
Blue Mountain Community College recently handed out its Athlete of the Year awards for the 2016-17 school year.
Hermiston alumnus Keith Anderson was a part of Canadian Hockey League history in April.
Mac-Hi's Micha Fortune was named Greater ORegon League Player of the Year.
Stanfield's Dylan Grogan and Irrigon's Austin Rice lead the Eastern Oregon League's all-league lists by sharing Player of the Year.
Hermiston senior Hayden Meyers signed to play basketball at Blue Mountain Community College on Monday afternoon.
The WIAA approved Hermiston High's petition to join starting with the 2018-19 school year.
North Douglas upset Pilot Rock in the 2A/1A softball state championship game on Friday afternoon.
This week's Athlete of the Week is Stanfield's Hunter Barnes.
Lance Hawkins has resigned after three seasons as head coach of Hermiston baseball.
Pilot Rock and North Douglas have used similar formulas to build championship-caliber teams and will meet for the 2A/1A softball state title on Friday at OSU Softball Complex in Corvallis.
Mac-Hi seniors Mallory Copeland, Micha Fortune and Sydney Richwine all signed to play collegiate athletics on Wednesday.
Pilot Rock beat Union 4-3 in 10 innings to punch its third-straight trip to the 2A/1A OSAA softball state championship.
Pendleton fell to Marist Catholic 6-5 in the 5A semifinals on Tuesday.
Stanfield's bid for a second straight baseball title ended with a loss to St. Mary's in the semifinals on Tuesday.
Taking a look at the semifinals match-ups for Pendleton softball, Pilot Rock softball and Stanfield baseball.
Pendleton beat Hood River 4-2 to reach its fourth-straight 5A state semifinals in softball.
Pilot Rock advanced to the 2A/1A semifinals for the third straight season, and Mac-Hi was upset by Crook County in the 4A quarterfinals.
Stanfield advanced back to the state semifinals with a 23-11 win over Taft on Friday.