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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.
Mac-Hi coach Tim Hutchison says if his team stays healthy the Pioneers can compete for the Greater Oregon League title.
Mac-Hi scores early, but the Riverhawks pull out the season-opening win.
Mac-Hi returns just three seniors with extensive time on last season’s varsity soccer squad.
Mac-Hi girls soccer coach Martin Martinez expects to finish near the top of the Greater Oregon League.
McLoughlin High’s volleyball team opened its season under new head coach Amanda Nelson with a five-set loss to visiting Pilot Rock on Thursday.
The McLoughlin High Athletic Department is having sports registration night from 5-7 p.m. Thursday in the school’s main building.
Who could have guessed?
The McLoughlin High School girls softball team finished the state playoffs in a similar fashion as the rest of their romp through their Class 4A foes: with a stomping.
MILTON-FREEWATER — McLoughlin High School pitcher Colette Robert has garnered her share of acclaim this season for her service in the circle.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Pitcher Colette Robert took a no-hit bid into the seventh inning and Stefanie Copeland aided the junior hurler with two hits as McLoughlin High School registered a 2-0 victory over Newport in an Oregon Class 4A state softball quarterfinal game Friday afternoon at Yantis Park.
MILTON-FREEWATER — McLoughlin High School ran its winning streak to 17 games on Wednesday night with a 9-3 victory over North Marion/St. Paul in the opening round of the Oregon Class 4A state softball playoffs.
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