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The Dayton High School volleyball team took a straight-set win over McLoughlin, 25-21, 25-9, 25-17, on Thursday.
The McLoughlin High School volleyball team dropped a match to Riverside in straight sets before beating DeSales on Tuesday.
Hood River Valley dominated Mac-Hi 6-1 here Tuesday in a boys’ non-league prep soccer match.
UNION, Ore. — McLoughlin cross country runner Josie Lonai led most of the Catherine Creek Scamper here Friday, but wound up fourth as she helped the Pioneer girls to a fourth-place team finish.
MILTON-FREEWATER — McLoughlin HIgh defeated Enterprise 30-6 at Shockman Field on Friday night.
Some Walla Walla Valley football teams had questions answered after the opening week of play.
The McLoughlin High School volleyball team dropped a three-set match, 25-15, 25-11, 25-12, to Umatilla on Thursday.
The message was clear from McLoughlin High School boys soccer coach Jose Garcia: score quickly and force Umatilla to attack.
Hermiston pushed Mac-Hi around in the second half here Thursday and left town with a 4-0 girls non-league soccer victory. Pioneers coach Martin Martinez wasn’t complaining.
The McLoughlin High School boys soccer team made a first-half goal by Christian Torres stand up in a 1-0 win over The Dalles here on Tuesday.
After dropping a 2-1 decision to class 5A Pendleton on Thursday, McLoughlin High School roared back to claim a 1-0 win over Estacada Friday in non-league girls soccer action.
McLoughlin High School cross country runner Josie Lonai placed first in the female division with a time of 19 minutes, 55 seconds in the five-kilometer race at the 16-team Runner’s Soul Event.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Senior running back Chance Leroue rushed for 150 yards on 13 carries and scored three first-half touchdowns here Friday night to lead Waitsburg-Prescott to a season-opening, 42-20 victory over McLoughlin High School at Shockman Field.
The McLoughlin High School volleyball team dropped a pair of matches to Riverside and Helix on Thursday.
The McLoughlin High School boys soccer team controlled Pendleton, 8-0, as six different Mac-Hi players connected on scores.
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