No one takes over Vikings territory.
Behind a first-place finish by Alex Rendon at 138 pounds, Pendleton finished third in the team standings with 224 points Saturday at the Muilenburg Invitational in La Grande.
Hermiston is going to have to clean up its game if it wants to have success in the Mid-Columbia Conference this season.
Adrian Mendez tends to fly under the radar, but Saturday night the Hermiston senior made his presence known.
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Following Friday's loss to Crescent Valley, the Bucks redeemed themselves by closing out the Ridgeway tournament with a victory over Thurston, 41-39.
Riverside junior Ulyses Lopez was named to the 3A/2A/1A all-state first team as a forward.
Hermiston coach Kyle Larson knows his team will take its lumps against the likes of Idaho wrestling power Post Falls, and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
The Nixyaawii boys will shoot for the Columbia River Clash championship after downing Riverside on Friday.
After a messy game against Helix on Thursday, the Stanfield boys will press on in Umatilla’s Columbia River Clash.
Hermiston is starting to realize just how tough the Mid-Columbia Conference is in wrestling.
Cowboys know what they like, and for the fourth year in a row, they voted the Pendleton Round-Up as the PRCA’s Large Outdoor Rodeo of the Year.
Efficient. That’s the word coach Scott Bow uses describes Uriel Garcia’s play this season for the Umatilla Vikings.
Rodeo fans knew this time would eventually come.
A close competition saw the Suns bring down the Bucks in a 43-36 nonleague home matchup on Tuesday.
Hermiston got out to an early lead once again, but this time the Bulldogs were able to hold on for their first victory of the season.
The Irrigon girls downed Weston-McEwen 54-38 on the road on Tuesday night, led by Ana Zacarias with 16 points, Alyssa Luna with 15, and JaLay Burns with 13.
The last time Hermiston played La Grande, Kaden Green Chandler dropped 20 points on the Bulldogs.
The Pendleton boys showed their dominance early on Tuesday night.
There’s no denying that Weston-McEwen has put a quality volleyball team on the court every season for the past 14 years.
The Hermiston Bulldogs finished fifth Saturday at the Tyrone S. Woods Memorial Tournament in Oregon City.
It may have taken a few games to get their rhythm, but the Pendleton girls hit their stride Saturday.
In the last 16 minutes of their Wilsonville tournament matchup against Mountain View, the Bucks boys basketball team made a comeback, but it wasn’t enough to save them from a 68-60 loss.
Pendleton’s fate rested in the hands of Tanner Sweek on Friday night. The 6-foot-2 point guard hit the go-ahead shot with 12 seconds left on the clock to bring the Bucks out of a tie and claim…
In a game that wasn’t decided until the final seconds, Pendleton fell to Putnam 43-40 on their home court on Friday night.
Hermiston doesn’t much like to lose, no matter the sport.
A big second quarter by Lewiston was more than Hermiston could handle on Friday night.
The Timberwolves’ men’s basketball team has recruited a new pack leader.
Hermiston’s debut in the Mid-Columbia Conference wrestling scene started as well as they could have hoped.
The Bucks’ boys basketball team rang in the new season with an easy 63-35 nonleague victory over the visiting Baker Bulldogs on Wednesday night.
Elli Nirschl had a team-high 11 points and added four rebounds, but Pendleton dropped its season-opener at Baker, 61-46.
Hermiston left the Columbia River Conference last year with the league title in hand, and one win from the state tournament.
There’s one thing basketball coaches say they can’t coach — height.
Kennison Field was Buckaroo territory on Saturday afternoon.
Rainier kept up its dominant ways on Saturday, beating Vale 40-13 in the Class 3A football semifinals.
Pendleton’s historic season ended with a 51-30 loss to Thurston in the Class 5A football semifinals Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium, and while tears rolled down the players’ faces in the cold wi…
Blue Mountain was sent packing after day two of the Northwest Athletic Conference tournament in a loser-out match against the Lower Columbia Red Devils.
When Pendleton struggled to move the ball offensively in the first half against Scappoose in the quarterfinals, the Bucks went back to their bread and butter.
The Pendleton High School cheerleading squad will host their annual cheer camp on Saturday, Dec. 15 at 10 a.m. at Warberg Court.
Six Blue Mountain Commmunity College athletes have been honored for their excellence on and off the field.
Blue Mountain Community College opened their Northwest Athletic Conference run with a five-set loss to Chemeketa and a three-set win over Skagit Valley at Tacoma on Thursday.
The last time the Pendleton High School football team was still playing this late in the season, “Star Wars” was dominating movie screens. The first one.
Although the Bulldogs are not in the running for a state high school football title this year, Hermiston will host four other teams competing for the honors this weekend.
The Pendleton football team is one win away from playing in its first state championship game.
The Hermiston Bulldogs finished their first season in the Mid-Columbia Conference, and a few of their players made an impression on opposing coaches.
The Pendleton Bucks got some good news on Tuesday. Quarterback Trent Sorey, who left the quarterfinal game last Friday against Scappoose with a knee injury, has been cleared to play.
At the start of the season, the Hermiston volleyball team was in over its head in the highly competitive Mid-Columbia Conference. By the end of the season, they were one win away from going to…
On a night when the Pendleton Bucks lost their quarterback in the first quarter, they returned to what got them to this point of the season — their run game.
Heppner had six players earn first-team honors on both sides of the ball as the Blue Mountain Conference football team was announced this week.
Blue Mountian celebrated their conference-closing home match with a swift three-set victory over the Columbia Basin Hawks on Friday night.
The Irrigon Knights made school history this season with their first trip to the 3A state volleyball tournament.
With its season on the line Thursday night, the Hermiston volleyball team did what it need to do to stay alive in the Region 5/8 tournament.
Quick. Name the starting five across Pendleton’s offensive line.
Irrigon senior Zack Henrichs signed a letter of intent earlier this week to continue his baseball career at Blue Mountain Community College.