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HERMISTON — Hunter Dyer knew he couldn’t afford to give up any points with his team leading by just nine points with two matches left.

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PENDLETON — Pendleton outside hitter Zoe Jones was named to the Intermountain Conference first team for volleyball, while teammate Daisy Jenness was selected to the second team.

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HEPPNER — Heppner had a 49-point lead over Bandon in the first round of the state playoffs, but coach Greg Grant could be heard barking orders and chewing out players who had missed assignments.

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HEPPNER — The hierarchy of football generally starts with the quarterback, then trickles down to the running back, receivers, linebackers and then the linemen.

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HERMISTON — Hermiston junior Amanda Nygard was named to the Mid-Columbia Conference cross-country first team, while teammate Cydney Sanchez was named to the honorable mention team.

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PENDLETON — Although the Pendleton football team’s state run ended sooner than they had hoped, that didn’t stop the Intermountain Conference from taking note of their diverse talent.

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PENDLETON — Blue Mountain Community College sophomore Jonathan Reynoso was named to the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) North-East Region men’s soccer all-star team, becoming the first Ti…

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KENNEWICK, Wash. — Hermiston pushed Kennewick to the brink, but could not get past the Lions in an MCC/GSL District 8 loser-out game Thursday night at the Lions Den.

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HERMISTON — When Hermiston swimmer Georgia Stevenson first competed in the state meet as a freshman, she could sum up the experience in one word:

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DOHA, Qatar — As I left the too-small, too-crowded, but air-conditioned media tent and entered the sticky, sauna-like air of Doha, Qatar, my glasses immediately fogged. After wiping them clear…

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HEPPNER — Gavin Hanna-Robinson’s name doesn’t pop up too many times in the game stats, but in the Blue Mountain Conference, the 6-foot, 190-pound senior is well-known.