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Hermiston volleyball still alive in regionals

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Amy Dyck is trying to change the culture of volleyball at Hermiston High School.

That the Bulldogs are still alive in the Region 5/8 tournament speaks volumes of the program’s move in the right direction.

Echo ends season on high note

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When the OSAA created a 6-man football league, it did not include a state playoff for the 15 teams involved in the first-year program.

So, the teams took matters into their own hands.

Special District 4 (West...

Prep volleyball | Hermiston stays alive with regional win

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The Hermiston volleyball team still is trying to navigate the waters of the Mid-Columbia Conference. Thursday, they got a taste of the regional tournament and the Greater Spokane League, with mixed results.

The Bul...

Dawgs ready for final game

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The Hermiston Bulldogs will wrap up their football season Friday, hosting Central Valley in a Mid-Columbia Conference-Greater Spokane League crossover game at Kennison Field.

The Bulldogs (6-3) have a powerful offe...

Hermiston’s playoff hopes hinge on Friday’s game

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It’s all pretty simple. Hermiston beats Kamiakin on Friday, it is in the playoffs. Lose, and the Bulldogs miss the playoffs.

That’s how things are shaking out in the Mid-Columbia Conference 3A race fo...

Kamiakin sweeps Hermiston

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A slow start by Hermiston paid dividends for Kamiakin in their Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball match Thursday night.

The Braves cruised to a 25-13 win in the first set, but had to hold off the host Bulldogs down...

Prep football | Hermiston stays in playoff hunt with OT win

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The Mid-Columbia Conference playoff picture was murky before Friday night’s games. Hermiston made it even muddier with an overtime win on the road.

Wyatt Noland scored four touchdowns and ran for 117 yards, ...

Noland has a career day in Hermiston’s win over Ike

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Was that good enough?

That was the question Hermiston coach David Faaeteete asked his team Friday night after beating Eisenhower 61-42 in a nonleague tilt at Kennison Field.

“The defense was disappoint...

FOOTBALL: Hermiston needs to step up defense against Hanford

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The top two offenses in the Mid-Columbia Conference will take the field Friday night at Fran Rish Stadium in Richland.

The Hermiston Bulldogs (5-2 overall, 4-2 MCC) will take on the Hanford Falcons (6-1, 5-1) in a ...

Scott Ramsay: From Hermiston to the major leagues

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Scott Ramsay was more than impressed with Kennison Field on Friday night.

“It’s so different,” said Ramsay, a former all-state defensive back for Hermiston. “We played on grass and dirt,...

Hermiston sweeps Kennewick in MCC action

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The Hermiston Bulldogs moved one step closer to securing a playoff spot Thursday night, sweeping the Kennewick Lions in a Mid-Columbia Conference match at the Lions Den.

Ireland McDonough had eight kills, 10 digs a...

Noland’s change of heart paying dividends for Hermiston football

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There’s something about a crisp fall morning that appeals to Wyatt Noland.

Walking among the falling leaves and tracking deer and elk puts the Hermiston senior in his happy place.

“I have been d...

Hermiston beats Pasco but falls to Chiawana

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The Hermiston Bulldogs were short-handed Thursday night for their Mid-Columbia Conference match against Pasco, but once they got into a rhythm, their game came together.

After dropping the first set, Hermiston (3-6...

Chiawana overpowers Hermiston

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The Hermiston Bulldogs were concerned about Chiawana’s defense and AJ Vongphachanh going into Friday’s Mid-Columbia Conference showdown.

They were right to be worried.

Vongphachanh finished with...

Dawgs show teeth heading to Chiawana

- Hermiston offense overpowers Southridge on Friday

Hanford holds off Hermiston in MCC play

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The second half of the Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball schedule started Thursday night, putting the Hermiston Bulldogs back on the court with the hard-hitting Southridge Suns.

Despite one of Sophia Streeter ...

Feast with foes

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The one thing Oregon teams might miss about playing a football game at Hermiston High School is the post-game meal served by the Linebacker Club.

One man’s loss is another’s gain, as the Mid-Columbia ...

Umatilla coaches in running for award, donation

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Two Umatilla High School coaches could use your vote.

Dan Durfey (football) and Scott Bow (boys basketball) were nominated for the U.S. Cellular’s Most Valuable Coach program.

The program, which began ...

Noland powers Hermiston past Walla Walla

- Hermiston relies on running back in return to form on the road

First fall season going swimmingly for Hermiston girls

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Moving its swim season from winter to fall hasn’t been an issue for the Hermiston High School girls. The success in the pool speaks for itself.

The Bulldogs, under first-year coach Sara Sargent, have seven s...

Lions hand Bulldogs first MCC lost

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The Hermiston Bulldogs were pulled back to earth Friday night by the Kennewick Lions.

After winning their first two Mid-Columbia Conference games, the Bulldogs dropped a 26-25 game to the Lions. A chance to win the...