Alexis Mansanarez

Sports reporter
Mansanarez, Alexis

FOOTBALL: Five locals suited up one last time at Les Schwab Bowl

- On Saturday, five players — three from Hermiston and two from Pendleton — competed on the South team of the 71st annual Les Schwab Bowl in Hillsboro.

ALL-STATE: Hermiston brother, sister duo caps off season with all-state honors

- Hermiston's Bailee and Wyatt Noland made up only a handful of Bulldogs recognized on the state level for softball and baseball.

Hermiston Bulldogs end one era only to start another

- Hermiston athletics wraps up another year, but this time it's the last in the OSAA — and the Bulldogs didn't disappoint.

SOFTBALL: Lebanon ends Hermiston’s season with 11-8 defeat

- Hermiston's run as an OSAA school officially ended on Friday with a loss to Lebanon in the 5A softball quarterfinals.

Three Cougars sign LOIs to continue sport careers in-state

- Three Echo Cougars committed to their respective colleges Monday. Daylon Eng and Hayden Hilliard will be joining Blue Mountain CC’s rodeo team and Alyssa Ray will be playing softball for George Fox.

SOFTBALL: Hermiston moves onto quarterfinals after 4-3 win

- The No. 7 Bulldogs advance to the quarterfinals of the 2018 state softball tournament after Wednesday's victory over the No. 10 Eagle Point Eagles.

Hermiston athletes bid goodbye to Hayward Field during state track championships

- Hermiston's Tyler Rohrman wins lone state championship and the Bulldogs' girls track and field team take third place overall in Day 3 of the 2018 State Track and Field Championships

TRACK AND FIELD: Small schools fare well at Hayward

- Results from the final day of 1A-3A action at the OSAA State Track and Field Championships.

Dawgs on top, again


HERMISTON — When Hermiston senior AJ Fernandez walked toward his parents in the bleachers along the shot put pit at Hermiston High on Wednesday, he was very clear on how he wanted to finish his heat at the Columbi...

BOYS TENNIS: Hermiston hosts boys districts, girls send athletes to state

- The 5A Special District 1 Boy Tennis Championships came to an end Saturday with only one top finisher, Hermiston's No. 8 singles player Hayden Cissna.

BASEBALL: Hermiston’s season ended by Bucks

- Pendleton took the season series against Hermiston 3-1 after Friday's victory, and with it ended the Bulldogs postseason hopes.

Hermiston’s Arnold signs LOI to continue lacrosse career

- Tayler Arnold of the Hermiston lacrosse team signed his Letter of Intent to continue playing at the University of Montana.

TRACK & FIELD: Hermiston girls reign supreme, takes top spot at districts

- Hermiston and Pendleton wrapped up the Columbia River Conference district track and field meet on Thursday.

BOYS TENNIS: Dawgs sweep Bucks to finish off regular season

- In the Hermiston boys tennis team's final dual of the season, the Bulldogs swept the visiting Pendleton Buckaroos with big wins coming from their No. 1 singles and doubles players.

Two Bulldogs sign LOIs to continue athletics at community colleges

- Two Bulldogs continue their sport careers at the next level. Melany Solorio will be running cross country at Lane Community College and Heidi Fuentes will join other locals on the Blue Mountain CC women's soccer team.

SOFTBALL: Bucks clobber Dawgs to keep win streak alive

- Pendleton thumped Hermiston 11-1 and 14-0 in a doubleheader sweep of Hermiston on Friday afternoon.