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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.
An old nemesis rose up and ended McLoughlin’s undefeated softball season in non-league action here Saturday. After defeating No. 3 ranked Yamhill 6-2, the 7-0 Pioneers had to face No. 1 ranked Banks, with its Hannah Vangonblin in the circle.
La Grande upended both McLoughlin’s boys and girls tennis teams here in the Special District 4 opener for both teams.
McLoughlin High School’s boys golf team claimed the championship of its annual invitational at the Milton-Freewater Golf Course on Friday afternoon.
The McLoughlin High School girls tennis team could only nab a single match against Pendleton on Thursday, as the Pioneers fell, 12-1.
Twenty-six teams invade Shockman Field on Friday for the annual track and field extravaganza.
The McLoughlin High School baseball team had its hands full with DeSales’ Cam Richman on Tuesday.
The McLoughlin High School girls tennis team squared off with The Dalles on Tuesday.
Consistency paid off as Mac-Hi’s boys claimed the third leg of the Blue Mountain Cup prep golf tournament Tuesday at windy Veterans Memorial Golf Course.
Mac-Hi finishes with 26 hits combined in back-to-back wins at its own tournament.
W-P’s Owen Lanning and Travis Crocket combine for six individual wins in Wednesday’s meet.
Waitsburg-Prescott scored all of its runs in the first three innings here Thursday and defeated Mac-Hi 7-2 in a non-league prep baseball game.
The DeSales boys easily won the second leg of the Blue Mountain Cup prep golf tournament Wednesday afternoon at windy Wine Valley Golf Course.
Pitcher Colette Robert allows just three hits in two games combined.
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