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MILTON-FREEWATER — McLoughlin High School took a split on the opening day of its Spring Break Tournament Thursday, mercy-ruling Junction City 10-0 in five innings before dropping a nine-inning heartbreaker to Yamhill-Carlton in the second game, 7-3.
The Pioneers baseball team takes an opening 13-1 victory from Union, before winning a closer 5-2 decision Monday afternoon.
TURNER, Ore. — McLoughlin High School completed the first phase of its spring break softball road trip with a doubleheader split with Cascade High School here Saturday.
PENDLETON — The McLoughlin High School baseball team swept a split-squad Pendleton team here Saturday, 10-6 and 9-5.
UMATILLA — Despite playing through wind and rain, McLoughlin High School improved its score by 23 strokes over its showing on the same course last season for a third-place finish in the Umatilla Invite at the par-70 Big River Golf Course Thursday.
DeSales sophomore Lucas Lyons edges favorite Ryan Baumgart at the District 9 meet at Veterans Memorial on Tuesday.
MADRAS, Ore. — McLouglin High School’s baseball team made a costly error in the first inning, allowing three runs into score, falling 4-3 in seven innings to Madras here Friday.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Pendleton handed McLoughlin High a season-opening softball loss here Tuesday, 7-0.
MILTON-FREEWATER — McLoughlin High’s boys tennis team opened the 2013 season with a 7-5 victory over visiting Pendleton here Tuesday.
The Pioneer baseball team opens the season with a trio of pitchers tossing a no-hitter in Umatilla.
MILTON-FREEWATER — McLoughlin High School’s varsity baseball team is looking at the 2013 season as an opportunity to build on gains the program made during the 2012 campaign, coach Mike Garcia said.
MILTON-FREEWATER — McLoughlin High School softball coach Nicole Christian believes the 2013 addition of the Pioneers has some unfinished business to attend to as the upcoming campaign approaches.
PORTLAND — Headlined by Brayden Moller’s second-place finish at 170 pounds, Mac-Hi’s wrestling team placed three individuals at the 4A state tournament here Friday and Saturday at the Memorial Coliseum.
LAGRANDE — Mac-Hi finished third out of nine teams at the Class 4A regional tournament here Friday and Saturday.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Both the Mac-Hi and Baker boys basketball teams had reasons to celebrate Friday night in the Pioneer gym.
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