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CORVALLIS — A former Eastern Oregon University athletic director is making Cascade Collegiate Conference history in more ways than one.

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HERMISTON — David Faaeteete was happy to see the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association move football to Season 1 during its Wednesday, Jan. 6, meeting, but for the Hermiston footba…

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HEPPNER — Madelyn Nichols has made a name for herself as one of the top small-school runners in Oregon, and even though she lost her junior year of track and field, she did not not fall off th…

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HERMISTON — If Hermiston baseball coach Kevin Moore could pencil Rustin Edmiston in his lineup at shortstop and pitcher, he would.

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PENDLETON — While gym doors on school grounds continue to remain closed, every component of Oregon high school athletics are in the midst of a transitional phase.

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Blake Knowles put together the best run he had in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, placing in five rounds and winning two.

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LA GRANDE — Eastern Oregon University spent November welcoming a new head coach to the Mountaineers women’s wrestling squad with the hiring of Carlene Sluberski.

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Blake Knowles won his second round in the steer wrestling on Thursday, Dec. 10, at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, recording a run of 3.6 seconds in Round 8 at Globe Lif…

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ENTERPRISE — The 2021 Eagle Cap Extreme sled dog race, originally scheduled for January, has been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the ECX website.

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Blake Knowles is making his fifth trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, but Thursday night, Dec. 3, was the first time the Heppner cowboy won a round on the biggest st…

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PENDLETON — Kyle Field doesn’t know if he will get to play another baseball game for Pendleton High School, but after signing with Community Colleges of Spokane on Nov. 16, he knows his baseba…

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PENDLETON — Tucker Zander has not played a high school baseball game since Pendleton lost to Central in the 2019 5A state championship game. He was a sophomore.

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BAKER CITY — If high schools in Eastern Oregon resume competitive events in 2021, teams might seek to limit their opponents to relatively nearby schools to reduce travel and make it easier to …

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Jeff Coston from Semiahmoo Golf and Country Club followed his first-round 66 with a second-round 67 on Wednesday to win the Senior Oregon Open Invitational with a 133.

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UMATILLA — The 16th annual Bob Brinkley Memorial Turkey Shoot fundraiser golf tournament is accepting team and individual entries for its Saturday, Nov. 21, event held at Big River Golf Course…

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HERMISTON — With Heppner’s Blake Knowles holding the lead with a time of 8.7 seconds on two runs, Dalton Massey knew he had to have a quick run if he wanted to finish atop the leaderboard in t…

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LA GRANDE — The Eastern Oregon University football team will play a seven-game regular season schedule in the upcoming season that will feature a contest against each Frontier Conference opponent.

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LA GRANDE — The Eastern Oregon University volleyball team edged rival Southern Oregon University to be selected as the preseason favorite in the Cascade Collegiate Conference coaches poll, whi…

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HEPPNER — Earning a trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is no easy feat during the best of times. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, cowboys were fighting for every last dollar t…

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LA GRANDE — The new championships dates for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics 2020 season — which the NAIA recently moved to the spring of 2021 — have been set.

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PENDLETON — Sauren Garton was ready to hit the court with the rest of the Pendleton Bucks volleyball team in just a matter of weeks. Now, she’ll have to wait months.

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HERMISTON — There will be “Friday Night Lights” for the Hermiston Bulldogs this coming school year, but instead of playing in the fall, football will begin in March.

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PENDLETON — Just when Blue Mountain Community College thought it had a plan in place for athletics for the upcoming school year, the Northwest Athletic Conference updated its plan of action.

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PENDLETON — One plan leads to another, but the Oregon School Activities Association has not given up on trying to put together an athletic calendar for its nearly 300 member schools.