This article sponsored by Jamieson Produce and Y-1 Farms.
Jamieson Produce is an onion packing shed located in Vale, Oregon that packs and ships onions across the United States 12 months of the year. It has been in operation for nearly 40 years and currently employees about 50 people. Over the years our business has grown and to date we pack and ship over 100 million pounds of onions each year. We appreciate the quality onions our growers provide and the hard work our employees do every day. Jamieson Produce is owned by Doug and Terrie Maag and managed by Jeff Stubbs.
Y-1 Farms is located in Jamieson, Oregon and is owned by Doug and Terrie Maag and Corey and Mandi Maag. Various row crops such as onions, sugar beets, silage corn, alfalfa, and wheat are grown on nearly 2000 acres. The feed crops are used to provide feed for the feedlot they operate. Up to 12,000 head of cattle can be fed at Y-1 Farms. Y-1 Farms was established in 1985 but the Maag Family was farming before that. Doug farmed with his father, Warner Maag, for several years prior before purchasing his own farm. Y-1 Farms employs about 20 full-time employees to assist in operating the farm. We are extremely grateful for our employees and the hard work they provide.
John L. Braese
The Vikings had a slow start, scoring only nine points to start the game, rebounding with a 16-point second quarter to lead at the half. The Vale girls ended the game with a 15-point final quarter after scoring 11 points in the third.
Sophomore Kesley Stepleton led all scorers in the game, putting in 15 points, many of those coming off offensive rebounds inside. Halle Peterson was close behind with 13 points with Kacie Jacobs putting in nine points.
The win pushes the Lady Viks to a 3-0 record versus Idaho teams with the fourth win coming against 4A Ontario.