ENTERPRISE — Depending on how the final week of the regular season goes, the Enterprise football team could find itself in anywhere from a tie for first to alone in fifth in the West division of Special District 2.
ENTERPRISE — Focus made a big difference for Zac Knapp.
ENTERPRISE — A scoring run in the first two sets — and finding its strongest hitters — was the key to Stanfield collecting a win over Enterprise in Blue Mountain Conference action.
JOSEPH — The Joseph volleyball team swept its way to an undefeated slate in Old Oregon League play.
JOSEPH — It’s been more than four years — when Joseph was still playing eight-man football — since the Eagles have lost on their home field.
SALEM — The Oregon School Activities Association, as it does every four years, is reviewing its classifications and districts and considering proposed changes to how they will look in the next…
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ENTERPRISE — The Enterprise football team has found a rhythm on offense, and suddenly is churning out points at a dizzying rate.
JOSEPH — Joseph Charter School’s aviation program is about to take off again, after nearly being grounded. The school has hired Alexis “Lexi” Rindfleisch as the new instructor.
ENTERPRISE — The Northeast Oregon Wrestling Club based in Wallowa County will again host a Youth Wrestling Club.
NORTH POWDER — The Joseph volleyball team earned what, to this point, could be its biggest win of the season.
ENTERPRISE — On paper, it figured to be a tight contest — maybe even one Enterprise would be an underdog in. On the field, it was the Outlaws’ most dominant win in three years.
COVE — Wallowa appeared to be on the way to nabbing a victory in a tight back-and-forth matchup against Cove.
BAKER CITY — Make it four wins in four races for Zac Knapp.
ENTERPRISE — Two boys and a girl each won a new .22-cal. semiautomatic rifle, Saturday, Sept. 18, during the Eagle Cap Shooters Association Youth Shoot.
JOSEPH — The Joseph volleyball team is on a hot streak, and, with its win against Imbler Thursday night, Sept. 23, is in first place in the Old Oregon League.
STANFIELD — It was another 1-2 finish for Zac Knapp and Bayden Menton.
ENTERPRISE — For 2½ quarters Friday, Sept. 24, a shorthanded Enterprise Outlaw football team gave perennial power Dufur all it could handle.
WALLOWA — The Wallowa Cougars were able to shake off a tough season-opening loss to Adrian to get into the win column.
Joseph’s game at Prairie City/Burnt River, scheduled for Friday, Sept. 24, was moved to Friday, Oct. 22.
ENTERPRISE — The Enterprise Outlaws have already seen their fair share of close games this fall.
WALLOWA LAKE — Zac Knapp has a second win in the young cross-country season.
JOSEPH — Six matches, six wins.
Alpine Meadows Golf Course swarmed with golfers over the Labor Day weekend — a weekend that proved “perfect weather friendly” to Rat Race couples.
JOSEPH — Wallowa County is going to be the site of a cross-country meet for the first time in several years thanks to the efforts of a Joseph High School student.
UNION — Zac Knapp posted the winning time and Bayden Menton took third as the two-time defending champion Wallowa County boys cross-country team began the season at the Catherine Creek Scamper…
The Joseph Eagles ended a two-game losing streak to the South Wasco County Redsides, scoring often in a 31-13, lightning-delayed victory at home Friday, Sept. 10.
WALLOWA — The Wallowa Cougars picked up their first wins of the fall last week as they bounce back from a slow start to the season, one impacted by having players out due to COVID-19.
JOSEPH — The Joseph Eagles won a thriller in their home opener on the volleyball court.
JOSEPH — The Joseph Eagles are still unbeaten at home as a six-man football team.
ENTERPRISE — Gideon Gray did a little bit of everything for the Enterprise Outlaws in their season opener Friday, Sept. 3.
It now appears it will be mid-September before the Wallowa Cougars get on the football field.
Scarlet Shetler, a 6-year-old Wallowa County girl, caught her first fish at Wallowa Lake on Saturday, Aug. 21, 2021. It was a 16½-inch rainbow trout she caught and reeled in all by herself. Wi…
The Joseph and Enterprise volleyball teams opened the seasons on the road, and found success on the way.
ENTERPRISE — The Enterprise Outlaws are not only going to be feeling the loss of two key pieces to graduation, but two additional seniors who would have been starters for Lisa Farwell.
WALLOWA — The latest wave of the coronavirus pandemic has already impacted the Wallowa volleyball team.
JOSEPH — Jill Hite liked the toughness and resilience her Joseph Eagles volleyball team showed during its first weekend of play this fall.
WALLOWA — Wallowa's jamboree and first football game of the 2021 season have been canceled due to coronavirus, Athletic Director Marvin Gibbs confirmed Thursday, Aug. 26.
JOSEPH — The best athletes often have the implement of their respective sports in their hands from a very young age.
JOSEPH — Jesse Brown won steer wrestling during the 2019 Chief Joseph Days.
ENTERPRISE — Wallowa Valley Youth Soccer is now taking registrations for any kids ages 5-13 who want to play in the 2021 season.
JOSEPH — Three rodeo contestants are in the running for the Harley Tucker Rodeo Series Award now in its 50th year, according to a press release.
With a lifting of COVID restrictions this year, Alpine Meadows is back on track scheduling golf tournaments.
WALLOWA — Brenden Moore is going to get an opportunity to run at the collegiate level.
JOSEPH — Quail Run Ranch was far and away the top team at the Chief Joseph Days Ranch Rodeo, which took place Saturday, July 3, at the Harley Tucker Memorial Rodeo Grounds.
LA GRANDE — It was an opportunity for one final high school football competition for some of the state’s high school football stars.
BAKER CITY — The effort was there all week for the Joseph boys basketball team.
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.
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.
EUGENE — The final race at the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials did not go quite how David Ribich hoped.
EUGENE — David Ribich has reached the 1,500-meter finals of the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials.
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.
ENTERPRISE — David Ribich is set to make a run for the 2021 Olympics.