It’s game day for the Irrigon baseball team, and that means “dinger French toast” for breakfast at the Henrichses.
Last year was Pendleton softball’s concluding chapter in the Columbia River Conference, and they shut that book with a bang.
The Pendleton Buckaroos have made their presence known on this year’s Intermountain Conference all-league teams.
Wednesday, May 22
Hermiston had four players selected to the Mid-Columbia Conference all-conference boys soccer teams.
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Five Blue Mountain baseball players earned NWAC East Region honors when the teams were announced Friday.
Wednesday, May 22
Garrett Walchli qualified for state in the 200 meters by the smallest of margins Saturday afternoon.
Heppner’s Hunter Nichols won a gold medal in the 800 meters Saturday, adding to Friday’s first-place finish in the 3,000 at the 2A State Track and Field Championships at Western Oregon University.
Before Farm-City or the Pendleton Round-Up, fans can expect some local rodeo action just around the corner.
After placing second the past two years, Griswold’s Sam Carlson finally got his hands on a state gold medal.
Pendleton may have split their season-closing doubleheader at Redmond, but one important fact remains the same: the Bucks are still locked in as the Intermountain Conference’s No. 1 team, and …
Saturday, May 18
Jazlyn Romero left no doubt as to who was in control of the 3A girls javelin event on Friday afternoon.
Pendleton’s Sam Jennings won the Intermountain Conference javelin title on Friday with a toss of 157-5 at Crook County High School in Prineville.
Lane Maher cruised to victory in both hurdle events, and the 4x100 relay team won gold, leading Pendleton to a second-place finish in the team standings Saturday at the Intermountain Conferenc…
Kalei Smith’s two-run homer was significant for multiple reasons.
Zack Henrichs tallied six strikeouts and surrendered just two runs to their Enterprise visitors on the way to a 10-3 victory on Friday.
Southern Oregon University signed its second Eastern Oregon wrestler in as many weeks when Pendleton’s Alex Rendon signed with the Raiders on Monday.
Friday, May 17
Tennis wasn’t Hayden Cissna’s first sport of choice.
Bailee Noland pitched a four-hitter, and her defense backed her with stellar play, but Hermiston could not make up for the lack of of production at the plate as Southridge escaped with a 4-2 v…
Heppner/Ione ran in seven in the bottom of the second inning on the way to a five inning 11-1 defeat of their Stanfield/Echo hosts on Wednesday in a Blue Mountain Conference game.
Aspiring Buckaroos will have a chance to hone their skills on Warberg Court this summer.
Thursday, May 16
Rocky Dillenburg is no stranger to the Intermountain Conference Coach of the Year award.
Katie Bradt and Bethany Flanagan are headed to state for the first time ever.
The Pendleton girls won their first team title Tuesday at the 5A state golf tournament at Quail Valley Golf Course in Banks.
Juan Navarrete put his goalie gloves in his bag and turned and looked at Kennison Field.
The 800-meter run is not for the faint of heart.
On Tuesday, Kendra Hart hurled her season’s best game.
Wednesday, May 15
The Bucks baseball team could not have asked for a better way to end their last home game of the regular season.
Pendleton will send two girls to the 5A state tennis tournament this weekend after they placed in the top four Saturday at the Intermountain Conference District Tournament at Ridgeview High Sc…
Tuesday, May 14
Ryan Stahl and Cooper Roberts allowed just six hits over two games Saturday as Pendleton swept The Dalles on the road in an Intermountain Conference doubleheader.
Aspen Garton hit a grand slam, and DeLaney Duchek and Kila Soloman also hit home runs as Pendleton throttled The Dalles 17-1 on Saturday in the second game of their Intermountain Conference do…
Heppner’s Derek Howard is headed back to state once again, winning the shot put and placing second in the discus at the Special District 5 meet in John Day.
Paige Palzinski had herself quite the productive weekend.
Ashley Cameron laid out and knocked down a hard-hit ball, then made the throw to first for the out from the ground.
Weston-McEwen’s baseball team may have escaped with the win to open Friday’s home doubleheader against Sherman/Arlington/Condon, but they ended the day with a heartbreaker.
Saturday, May 11
There were no surprises Friday when it came to the girl’s javelin event at the Mid-Columbia-Conference 3A district track and field meet at Kennison Field.
Typically, when a group of teenage boys shows up at the principal’s office, nothing good can come of the visit.
Moments after Irrigon finished their sweep of Vale in a baseball doubleheader, Mathew Moreno was stunned.
Plenty of Pioneers had a great day at bat, but it was Ashlyn Marly that drove the softball team’s offense on the way to a five-inning, 22-1 victory over their Baker hosts on Wednesday.
Friday, May 10
For 11 Pendleton High School senior wrestlers, their success on the mat is still showing itself, long after the season has ended.
As the spring sports season winds down, there is plenty of action in the Columbia Basin this weekend with playoff or state implications.
Friday, May 10
Megan George drove the ball off the tee with power most high school girls do not possess. By the time it landed, you could not help but appreciate her talent.
The Heppner girls golf team won a district title for the sixth year in a row Tuesday, recording a two-day total of 753 at Pendleton Country Club.
Wednesday, May 8
Before Tuesday, both Pendleton and Redmond were tied with a 7-2 record in the Intermountain Conference baseball standings. Their meeting would determine who would break that tie.
Gabe Cach of Hanford shot a 66, helping the Falcons to the team title in the final Mid-Columbia Conference golf match Monday at Zintel Canyon Golf Course in Kennewick.