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McLoughlin High senior Colette Robert signed a National Letter of Intent to attend and play softball at the University of New Mexico on Monday.
A day after playing Pendleton to a 3-3 draw, McLoughlin High’s boys tennis team edged visiting Helix, 3-2, on Tuesday afternoon.
Mac-Hi’s baseball team jumps out to an 11-0 lead after two innings and cruises to the non-league win over Walla Walla Valley Academy.
The McLoughlin High School boys tennis team split its match with Pendleton on Monday, 3-3.
Pitcher Colette Robert surrenders just one hit in both games as the Pioneer softball team sweeps Baker.
Pitcher Hunter Yensen led McLoughlin High School’s baseball team into a difficult challenge Saturday, as the junior posted 10 strikeouts in the first game of a doubleheader at Baker, but the Pioneers failed to muster much support.
The McLoughlin High School boys tennis team swept Riverside on Thursday, while the Pioneer girls scored a 7-3 win over the Pirates.
Abi Biggs’ third-inning grand slam proved to be the difference as the McLoughlin High School softball team knocked off Pendleton, 6-5, on Tuesday.
A La Grande three-run sixth inning rally overcame a McLoughlin 4-3 lead in the nightcap of a Greater Oregon League twin bill here Friday.
Mac-Hi commits 14 errors, but pulls out 14-21 and 7-4 victories.
McLoughlin High’s No. 3 and 4 hitters in the lineup, Kody Banek and Jacob Chaney, led the team at the plate with seven RBIs and three hits in a 13-3 drubbing of Walla Walla Valley Academy in non-league baseball play here Tuesday afternoon.
The Colette Robert-Mallory Copeland duo excelled on the mound, as usual, but it was their bats that carried McLoughlin to an 8-1 softball victory over visiting Pendleton on Tuesday.
McLoughlin’s boys and girls tennis teams squared off with Helix’s Grizzlies on the Pioneers’ courts Tuesday, with the visiting boys taking a 4-1 victory and the host girls sweeping to a 4-0 win.
DeSales’ Emily Baumgart was the girls medalist here Monday afternoon at Wildhorse Resort during a multi-school prep golf tournament.
The Pendleton boys and girls track and field teams win the Carnival of Speed for the second straight year.
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