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Hermiston to see new rules next school year

RENTON, WA – The Hermiston Bulldogs will be seeing some new rules as the school year begins in the fall. Playing in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association, Hermiston will play under seven new rulings, approved by the...

Schedule for Thursday, May 13

Boys Tennis Weston-McEwen at Riverside/Irrigon, 3 pm Girls Tennis Weston-McEwen at Riverside/Irrigon, 3 pm WIAA Girls Bowling Hermiston at Pasco, 3:30 pm

Smaller eastern Oregon schools wanting to end Season 4 on May 31

WILSONVILLE, OR – The upcoming Season 4 (basketball, wrestling, swimming) will end the season on June 13 after a vote by the Oregon School Activities Association Executive Board on Monday, May 3. Prior to...

Adrian investigating moving to Idaho

ADRIAN – The reigning 1A Oregon football champion Adrian Antelopes are looking at making a move to join Idaho high school athletics for the entire Adrian athletic program. “The board has directed the administration...

WIAA sets dates for Hermiston’s traditional winter and spring sports

RENTON, WA. – The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Executive Board postponed action until Wednesday, January 6 after an announcement by Washington Governor Jay Inslee updated metrics for the resumption of high school athletics. Meeting...

WIAA proposes changes to Hermiston athletics

RENTON, Washington – Each year, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association considers proposed amendments for the upcoming year. Hermiston, playing in the Washington league, will be impacted by these changes. The proposed changes were submitted by member schools...

Imbler’s Hislop receives “Coach of Year” honor in wrestling

IMBLER – Once the Oregon School Activities Association opens up the wrestling season this season, the Imbler Panthers will take to the mat with a coach celebrating 50 years leading young wrestlers. Doug Hislop...

OSAA votes unanimously to delay sports and endorses three season model

WILSONVILLE – The Executive Board of the Oregon Schools Activities Association (OSAA) voted 13-0 to delay the high school sports season until February 22 after a briefing by Executive director Peter Weber. In addition, after much discussion...

Governor Brown places hold on majority of high school sports

SALEM – The possibility of an upcoming basketball and wrestling season just took another large step backward as Oregon Governor Brown issued an executive order barring any indoor sports and severely curtailing outdoor conditioning.

Fulton springboards from Burns to collegiate diving

Hilander senior overcomes no local facility to continue dream BURNS – Imagine a high school basketball player with no gymnasium, no basket, and no backboard in which to practice or play a game. Fathom...

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Watch: Crane’s Chase Joyce hits buzzer beater in OT for win

Crane and Adrian were tied in overtime last Friday night when Chase Joyce from Crane hit a nearly 3/4 court bucket at...

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