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There were some lopsided scores among area football results last Friday.
The Cove High School volleyball team scored a three-set win over McLoughlin High on Thursday.
La Grande jumps on top of the Pioneers early and rolls to a 25-17, 25-16, 25-9 victory.
Waitsburg-Prescott’s Ernesto Valdovinos scored two goals and assisted on another, as W-P beat McLoughlin High’s boys soccer team, 3-0, on Tuesday.
Mac-Hi will attempt to take over sole possession of first place in the Greater Oregon League girls soccer standings here Saturday when the Pioneers entertain Ontario at 2 p.m. at Shockman Field.
Mac-Hi cross country runner, Josie Lonai, finished fourth at the Connell Invite of 91 female participants in the 3.1 mile run.
The McLoughlin High School boy’s soccer team snapped a three-game losing streak at home here Saturday with a 3-0 win over Greater Oregon League opponent La Grande.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Offense, defense and special teams. Weston-McEwen’s Linton McAllister contributed to the TigerScots’ cause in all three phases here Friday night during a 33-21, non-conference football victory over McLoughlin High School at festive and homecoming-laced Shockman Field.
Finally! Walla Walla High fans let out a sigh of relief as the Blue Devils opened the Mid-Columbia Conference schedule with a 34-14 victory over Kennewick at Borleske Stadium last Friday.
The McLoughlin High School volleyball team dropped its Greater Oregon League opener to Baker in straight sets on Thursday.
Mac-Hi’s boys and girls claim the top five spots in the five-kilometer race at the M-F Municipal Golf Course.
Jose Najera scored twice in the game’s first 25 minutes to stake visiting Mac-Hi to a 2-0 lead here Tuesday in a boys non-league prep soccer match. But it was all Riverside after that.
The Pioneers fall to Hermiston, 2-1, but attack the Bulldogs 10 days after losing, 4-1, to them.
McLoughlin High School ran to third place finishes on both the boys and girls sides here at the Enterprise cross country Invitational on Friday.
The McLoughlin High School football team was shutout, 49-0, by Vale, the No. 7-ranked 3A team in Oregon, at Shockman Field Friday.
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