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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.

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It will be the battle of the undefeateds when the Wallowa Cougars Varsisy Football team faces off against Dufur Friday evening at Eastern Oregon University.

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Wallowa High School Varsity Volleyball squad turned an up-and-down season into a third place finish Saturday in Old Oregon League tournament in La Grande.

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The Enterprise High School Outlaws ended their regular season with a third consecutive win (including a forfeit) over hapless Union. EHS won the Oct. 12 home game 32-6, holding the Bobcats to …

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The Wallowa County-based Hayes Bros. Racing team finished its 2018 NW Pro4 Alliance season with its best performance ever –– sixth overall in the series.

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The Wallowa Valley cross-country teams coached by Dan Moody kept their train on the rails with another stellar performance at the Kyle Burnside Wildhorse Invite in Pendleton Oct. 18.

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The combined Wallowa Valley cross-country team marked another milestone with a clean, four-way victory at the Helix Stubblebuster Oct. 11. Both the high school and junior high thinclads walked…

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Wallowa County students Deidre Schreiber, Avery Bedard and Amy Beck are among more than 800 high school cheerleaders from across the U.S. who will be representing Varsity Spirit in the world f…

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With only one regular season game remaining, it appears likely Wallowa High School’s football team will go undefeated in league play this season.

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Enterprise High School’s volleyball team came up on the short end against Stanfield, Pilot Rock and Grant Union in action this past week.

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The Mitchell/Spray/Wheeler football team is the only thing standing between Joseph High School’s squad and an undefeated inaugural six-man season.

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The Outlaws football squad pulled out all the stops during a remarkable 58-8 home-field steamrolling of Condon/Arlington Oct. 5. “It was a good win,” Coach Rusty Eschler said. He noted the tea…

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In a true team effort, the Joseph Eagles gridiron squad faced their toughest battle of the year and came out victorious, 27-16, in a Friday, Oct. 5 battle versus South Wasco County. Both teams…

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Despite a litany of injuries, the Wallowa combined cross country team put in a strong showing at the Crosby invitational at Treasure Valley Community College on Thursday, Oct. 4.

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The third-ranked Wallowa Cougars on Oct. 5 waylaid another opponent. The grid squad handily defeated Pine Eagle 58-16 in their fifth straight game of scoring at least 50 points.

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Joseph Lady Eagles volleyball had a busy and undefeated week, meeting four opponents and defeating each in straight sets.

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“Most everything we do to keep the golf course in condition is decided by money,” said Oveson. “And about 75 percent of our budget is spent on our greens. We try to do with what we have, but w…

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The Enterprise Outlaw volleyball teanm started out the week with a wild five-set league victory at Cove on Friday, Oct. 5 that featured 14 kills by Ashlyn Gray. Set scores were: 25-19, 25-17, …

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Wallowa Varsity Football team continued its domination on the field in a rare Saturday game Sept. 29, although Falls City/Kings Valley Charter proved to be the closest thing to a real challeng…

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The Outlaws volleyball team suffered a three-match skid over the past week that saw the ladies fail to win a single set. The first match occurred on Sept. 27 with the Outlaws on their home cou…

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The golf course is winding down its season. Saturday, Oct. 13, will be the last day golfers can walk into the clubhouse, sign in and be greeted by Alpine’s cheerful manager Cheryl Kooch.

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The Wallowa Valley combined cross-country team spent another fruitful journey away from home at the Baker Invitational on Sept. 28. The ladies placed first among 10 teams while the boys, again…

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The Eagle ladies just missed knocking the top-ranked Powder Valley Badgers off their top-ranked perch in a close fought, five set marathon match Sept. 18.

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Alpine Meadows golfers couldn’t have asked for a nicer September Saturday to play the fall tournament scramble. Temperatures not too hot, not too cold, but just right.

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The Outlaw Varsity Volleyball Squad had trouble getting its guns out of their holsters when they traveled to face Stanfield on Sept. 20. The ladies dropped three of four sets, 12-25, 16-25, 25…