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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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The Pendleton football team is one win away from playing in its first state championship game.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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Blue Mountian celebrated their conference-closing home match with a swift three-set victory over the Columbia Basin Hawks on Friday night.

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Irrigon senior Zack Henrichs signed a letter of intent earlier this week to continue his baseball career at Blue Mountain Community College.