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WALLOWA — Brenden Moore is going to get an opportunity to run at the collegiate level.

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ENTERPRISE — Gabe McKay said a couple weeks ago he knew the ranch saddle bronc riders at Mountain High Broncs & Bulls would be looking to take the title.

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SWEET HOME — Trace Evans placed second in the 152-pound bracket of the Oregon Wrestling Association 2A/1A state championship on Friday, June 25, and Saturday, June 26.

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EUGENE — David Ribich has reached the 1,500-meter finals of the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials.

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ENTERPRISE — Four members of Wallowa Valley’s third-place team were named to the 3A all-state baseball team, and one took part in an all-star game Tuesday, June 22, at Volcano Stadium in Keizer.

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ENTERPRISE — David Ribich is set to make a run for the 2021 Olympics.

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LA GRANDE — Ashlyn Young and Jamie Johnston had worn the Wallowa volleyball uniform for the last time when their season — and their high school volleyball careers — ended with a loss to to eve…

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JOSEPH — Jonah Staigle was excited when he saw the email telling him he had been selected to take part in the Shriners East-West All-Star Game, which returns in August after a year away due to…

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ENTERPRISE — Two individuals who could stake a claim to the Mount Rushmore of Oregon high school girls basketball coaches — especially at the small-school level — will square off in a unique m…

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ENTERPRISE — The Enterprise girls basketball team seemed to be in control Monday, June 14, when it used a 16-0 run to take a double-digit lead, and was up 10 entering the final quarter.

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ENTERPRISE — The Enterprise boys basketball team found a fourth-quarter spark to get back into its Monday, June 14, contest against Powder Valley.

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The Joseph boys basketball team added four more wins to the docket, taking down Pine Eagle, Ontario, Enterprise and Grant Union as they move into the final week of the regular season.

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JOSEPH — Trace Evans was dominant on the mat at the Jo-Hi Invite Thursday, June 3, pinning three of his four opponents on the way to easily winning the 160-pound class and helping Enterprise t…

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JOSEPH — Chase Murray scored a game-high 28 points and Joseph needed every one of them as the Eagle boys shook off their first loss and outlasted Cove at home Tuesday, June 1, 71-63.

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UNION — The Joseph Eagles boys basketball team saw its perfect run to start the season end Friday night, May 28, with a 55-47 loss at Union.

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ENTERPRISE — They had an opportunity to run together during the 2A state track meet in Union. The younger brother even handed the baton to the elder during the 4x100-meter relay that day.

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JOSEPH — An extended run that started midway through the first quarter and rolled early into the third quarter gave the Joseph boys basketball team a win in its home opener.

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NORTH POWDER — Chase Murray and Mason Ferre outscored Powder Valley on their own Monday, May 17, to power the Joseph boys basketball team to its first of two wins to open Season 4.

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CORVALLIS — In one unforgettable inning, the Wallowa Valley offense woke up and the Eagles baseball team was catapulted from the cusp of a run-rule defeat to a wild victory and a third-place finish.

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LA GRANDE — The Joseph boys were within striking distance of contending for the 1A state championship Saturday, May 22, at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, before a strong effort by Pow…

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JOSEPH — To many outside Wallowa County, Gary Sather was the architect of the first high school girls basketball dynasty in Oregon, a coach who, by guiding Joseph to three straight state title…

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BAKER CITY — The Wallowa Valley softball team saw its postseason hopes dashed Saturday, May 15, after a close 3-2 loss to Burns in a district playoff game in Baker City.

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ENTERPRISE — Jacob Amaro took second and Dylan Jennings took fourth as the Enterprise boys golf team edged Heppner by two strokes to win the Enterprise Tournament on Friday, May 7, at Alpine M…

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MILTON-FREEWATER — Jericho Peters, Zac Knapp and Gideon Gray each won two races Tuesday, May 4, to lead the Enterprise effort at the Mac-Hi Three-Way in Milton-Freewater against McLoughlin and…

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ENTERPRISE — The Outlaws’ offense could not be stopped Tuesday, May 4, in a doubleheader road sweep of Heppner/Ione that saw Wallowa Valley roll to wins of 16-7 and 16-0. The Outlaws had a com…

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ENTERPRISE — Enterprise senior Trace Evans wants to dispel a view that being from a small town severely reduces an athlete’s chances to play at the collegiate level.

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ENTERPRISE — A power surge in the second game of Saturday’s doubleheader helped the Wallowa Valley softball team end its home slate with a split.

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BAKER CITY — Jericho Peters and Zac Knapp both won two races to lead the Enterprise boys track and field team to a fifth-place finish Thursday, April 29, at the Baker 3-way meet in Baker City.…