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While the Enterprise High School Outlaws were snowed out of their meet, the Joseph/Wallowa squad traveled to Halfway to outwrestle the Pine Eagle Spartans and take home a good bit of treasure.

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The Outlaws spent the weekend of Feb. 1-2 at home versus Heppner and Stanfield with decidedly mixed results. The ladies triumphed with their sixth-straight win, and the boys ... something less.

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The fabled home court advantage didn’t have much effect on the Eagles after a successful three-game road trip in successive games against Cove, Pine Eagle and Elgin.

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Both the Joseph/Wallowa and Enterprise teams traveled to the far-off land of Heppner on Saturday, Feb. 2, to participate in the Bank of Eastern Oregon Invitational. Boys from both squads raide…

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The revitalized lady Cougs humbled the Imbler Panthers Friday, Feb. 1, at Imbler with a 36-23 win. The Cougars trailed 4-6 at the first quarter but quickly established their dominance afterwar…

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The Griswold Grizzlies may have come to Joseph with hope on their hearts on Friday, Jan. 25, but they left with scarcely a hair on their hides. Both the boys and ladies squads scored major vic…

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The JoWa wrestling squad put in some heavy mileage over the weekend of Jan. 25-26, first traveling to John Day on Friday, Jan. 25, for some pod wrestling (essentially practice wrestling agains…

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The Enterprise girls continued their four-game hot streak with convincing wins over Weston-McEwen and Union on Jan. 25-26. Friday, Jan. 25, saw the ladies melt the Weston-McEwen TigerScots dow…

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The Wallowa High School girls varsity team took on the Elgin Huskies Friday, January 25, at Elgin and came away with a 45-37 win despite a slow start. The Cougs trailed 3-10 at the first quart…

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The Pilot Rock Rockets launched from their hometown Jan. 19, only to crash land when they hit the Enterprise High School court.

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The Lady Eagles turned in another set of stunning victories over the weekend, including a thorough pounding of arch-nemesis Powder Valley. The Nixyaawii Golden Eagles also felt the talons of J…

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The Enterprise girls basketball team had a bittersweet weekend: Losing to Heppner in overtime 64-61, but breezing past Stanfield 53-43 the following day.

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It must have seemed like a lock. The Joseph Eagles boys, ranked at or near the top 10 facing off in an away game against the 48th-ranked Wallowa Cougars. What could go wrong?

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The Eagles ladies continued their high-flying ways with a matched set of victories: 58-24 over Elgin on Friday, Jan. 11, followed by a 56-36 victory at Wallowa the following day.

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The Enterprise Outlaws traveled to Orofino, Idaho, for the Orofino Maniac Wrestling Invitational Jan. 11-12. Coach Forrest Wilson called the tournament a “mixed bag” of results.

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The balcony bleachers were nearly full at the Joseph Charter School gym Jan. 3-4 — but it wasn’t for basketball. Wrestling fans from 14 teams near and far packed the gym to witness some of the…

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The Eagles flew to the west side of the state for their last round of games in December. The ladies continued their flight into the stratosphere with victories over 2A Perrydale and Country Ch…

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Dylan Marr of Enterprise looks for a pass as he is hounded by a Grant Union defender Friday. Enterprise dropped the game, their fifth straight loss.

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I started hunting waterfowl in my early twenties, and quickly fell in love with the pastime. Marsh sunrises, excited dogs, shotguns, fast-flying birds, decoys, calls; I was hooked on the whole…

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Both Enterprise and Joseph/Wallowa wrestling squads traveled to Elgin for the John Rysdam Memorial Tournament on Dec. 14-15. Both teams put in fine performances despite each having lost half t…

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It’s hard to tell where the top is for Joseph basketball as both the boys and girls steamrolled their way to convincing victories with wins over Jordan Valley and Class 2A Union.

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Wallowa High School played and lost six games over the week between the boys and girls squads, four at the Rocket Invite tournament in Pilot Rock.

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Josi Coggins of Enterprise hit 15 out of 25 free throws to claim the 2018 Wallowa County Hoop Shoot Champion. She narrowly beat Lucas Power of Wallowa, who netted 13 out of 25 free throws.

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The Outlaws boys and girls basketball teams traveled over to Union on Dec. 12 for some hard-scrabble court time.

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Wallowa High School girl’s varsity team took on the Huntington Locos Nov. 30 at Elgin and came away with a 67-8 win. The Cougars led after the first quarter 16-3 and led 40-6 at the half.

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The third-ranked Lady Eagles opened the season like a powder keg, blowing two opponents off the court at home on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. Both Prairie City and Crane fell victim to their talons.

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Both the boys and girls Outlaws weren’t afraid to take a heavy load in the opening week of basketball season. Both squads played a three-game schedule against Wallowa, Crane and Prairie City. 

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The Enterprise High School Outlaw wrestling team is looking forward to a new season under a new head coach, Forrest Wilson. He took over the top slot after Troy Farwell retired at the end of l…

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The Enterprise High School Outlaw wrestling team is looking forward to a new season under a new head coach, Forrest Wilson. He took over the top slot after Troy Farwell retired at the end of l…

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Boys basketball at Enterprise High School is looking for a little redemption this season. Despite having eight seniors on the squad, the team limped to a 3-5 league record and 9-13 overall last year.

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One look at the number of girls dribbling basketballs at Quinn Court at Enterprise High School, and you know girls basketball coach Mike Crawford has his hands full. Twenty-nine have signed up…

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Wallowa High School’s varsity football team took another step toward a state championship Nov. 2 defeating Falls City/Kings Valley Charter 44-8.

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The Joseph High School varsity volleyball team’s season came to the end of the line in the quarterfinals at state playoffs at Ridgeview High School in Redmond last weekend

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Joseph High School football team finished its inaugural season in a six-man football season undefeated.

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Wallowa’s varsity football team suffered only its second loss of the season Oct. 26 in a soggy matchup at Eastern Oregon University. A soaking rain pelted players and spectators for most of th…

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The first season of Enterprise High School eight-man football came to an end with a 42-14 loss at the hands of Elgin on Friday, Oct. 26, at EOU in La Grande.

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The Joseph Charter School volleyball squad proved that Cougars just don’t have what it takes when it comes to battles with Eagles. Two Cougar squads, Echo and Country Christian of Molalla both…

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Wallowa Valley Youth Soccer Association has completed one of its most popular seasons in recent years. More than 200 children registered for three divisions of team this year.