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The Enterprise High school Outlaws are still picking up steam, as they showed that at the Pepsi Invitational in Union on Saturday, April 20. The Outlaws girls team placed second with 99 points…

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Both the Wallowa/Joseph golf team and the Enterprise High School golf team traveled to John Day to the Grant Union Invitational tournament.

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The Wallowa Valley/Elgin combined baseball team split their doubleheader against the Vale Vikings on April 12, winning the first, 6-5, but breaking down with a loss in the second, 12-2.

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The Outlaws softball squad dropped both ends of their home opening doubleheader versus Vale on Friday, April 12. Bad luck and bad weather dogged the team through both losses, 11-5 and 22-19 re…

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Despite inclement weather hindering the outlaws’ ability to practice, the squad made an impressive showing at the La Grande Invitational on Saturday, April 13. The girls placed third while the…

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Thanks to their athletic ability, four Joseph Charter School seniors are getting a little tuition help at their selected colleges. Emma Hite, Steven Beckman, Tori Suto and Ella Coughlan all si…

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The integrated Wallowa Valley softball team opened league play on a high note with a pair of away victories versus Burns/Crane on Friday, April 5. The final results for the double header conte…

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The integrated Wallowa Valley/Elgin baseball team swept in an away doubleheader against a united Burns/Crane crew on Friday, April 5. Coach JR Collier said the game was won by stellar pitching…

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While the Wallowa Valley/Elgin boys baseball team may not be called the Eagles these days, the combined Joseph, Enterprise, Wallowa and Elgin squad out of Special District 5 is certainly flyin…

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Hostile weather is doing its best to dampen the spirits of spring athletes, but Enterprise High School track and field coach, Dan Moody, is doing his best to raise some sunshine among his troops.

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After missing their first three games due to inclement weather, the Wallowa Valley boys baseball team celebrated their opener with twin victories over the Baker High School JV squad. The doubl…

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The snow still lies thick on the infield, but Joseph track and field coach John Roberts has already cleared off the quarter mile oval, which looks dark and even warm in the March sun.

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The Wallowa Valley Cubs had a successful 3-2 start to their season despite never having set foot outside in practice. The Cubs opened their season with five games in a week starting with a 13-…

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After high school basketball season and its playoffs recede into happy memories, it’s time for the next generation of players to take the floor. In Wallowa County, kids in grades 5 and 6 hit t…

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Anyone watching the Joseph Charter School girls basketball team is familiar with the distinctive play of Sabrina Albee, no. 21. Albee’s presence is unavoidable, sinking shot after shot to help…

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Three Enterprise Junior High School wrestlers who persevered in district wrestling in Boardman returned from the state championships in Woodburn with the knowledge they can wrestle with anyone…

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Want to have some fun with your dog while learning and teaching new skills? Enterprise resident Lola Johnson is offering a 6-week course in Canine Scent Work, beginning March 16. Johnson start…

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As if Joseph Charter School athletes don’t have enough to be proud of their winter sports accomplishments, they now have another feather to install in their cap:

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The Outlaws girls ended a successful basketball season with a semi-finals appearance for fifth place at the state 2A OSAA basketball championships. The ladies started out gunning down their fi…

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The lady Eagles put in some fine effort, but it wasn’t enough to push them to the top at the state 1A basketball tournament in Baker City on Feb. 28-March 2. The Eagles dominated their opponen…

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Wallowa County sent six wrestlers to the Oregon School Activities Association state wrestling championship on Portland over the Feb. 22-23 weekend. Five of the wrestlers placed in the top four…

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The Outlaws girls emerged triumphant from their second state battle, this time, over Portland Christian in Portland, 45-34. The game took place on Saturday, Feb. 23.

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The Wallowa girls traveled to Crane on Feb. 20, to battle it out in the first round of the OSAA State playoffs. And while their season ended that night, losing to Crane 67-31, the team shouldn…

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The Enterprise Outlaws had a mixed weekend, Feb. 15-16, at the Blue Mountain Conference district playoffs in Pendleton. The girls, after suffering a surprise loss to Heppner in their opening g…

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Wallowa County showed the rest of its wrestling neighbors about the meaning of toughness after sending six of its toughest grapplers to Portland over the weekend of Feb. 22-23 to compete at th…

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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…