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Lions hand Bulldogs first MCC lost
Lions hand Bulldogs first MCC lost

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 game late was foiled as a bad...

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Hundreds run at Hermiston’s Runner Soul XC Fest
Hundreds run at Hermiston’s Runner Soul XC Fest
Saturday’s race at Sandstone Middle School hosted dozens of schools and hundreds of runners
Chiawana shuts out Hermiston in girls soccer

Playing its third game in five days finally caught up with the Hermiston girls soccer team Wednesday night.

Chiawana got four goals from Savannah Taylor and two from Ruth Edrington as the Riverhawks cruised to an 8-0 Mid-Columbia Conference win...

Hermiston comes up short against Chiawana in MCC volleyball

Hermiston showed marked improvement from its Mid-Columbia Conference opener Tuesday, but it wasn’t enough to counter the strong play of Chiawana.

Kylie Thorne had nine kills and five digs to lead the Riverhawks to a 25-13, 25-12, 25-17...

Girls Soccer | Falcons defeat Bulldogs in Hermiston’s WIAA debut
Girls Soccer | Falcons defeat Bulldogs in Hermiston’s WIAA debut

The Lady Bulldogs put up a fight against Hanford during their Saturday afternoon season opener in Richland, but ultimately lost a tough game with a score of 4-1.

The first half was action-packed, and saw Hermiston getting on the scoreboard first...

Irrigon defeats Stanfield in the first game of 2018 season
Irrigon defeats Stanfield in the first game of 2018 season
The Knights won with a staggering 34-8 score
Scoreboard for Sept. 5

FOOTBALL

Thursday

Powder Valley 34, Ione 6

Irrigon 34, Stanfield 8

Friday

Hermiston 45, Pasco 0

Clatskanie 46, Heppner 0

Rainier 58, Umatilla 6

Harper...

Umatilla, Heppner lose football openers

UMATILLA — The Umatilla Vikings had a tough opener Friday with one of the top five teams in the state as Rainier left town with a 58-6 victory.

“They just went ground and pound against us,” Umatilla coach Dan Durfey...

Harper Charter defeats Echo on their home turf
Harper Charter defeats Echo on their home turf
The game was Oregon’s first six-man football game since 1948
FOOTBALL: Hermiston thumps Pasco 45-0 in 2018 opener
FOOTBALL: Hermiston thumps Pasco 45-0 in 2018 opener
Hermiston won its debut in the Mid-Columbia Conference on Friday, beating Pasco 45-0.
Oregon prep sports participation drops in 2017-18
Oregon prep sports participation drops in 2017-18
Oregon participation hits a five-year low in 2017-18
Knights pick up volleyball wins over Mustangs, Vikings

The Irrigon Knights volleyball team began the 2018 season with a pair of victories on Friday, defeating Heppner 3-1 before knocking off its league rival, Umatilla, 3-0 as well.

Against Heppner, the Mustangs (1-1) took the first set 25-20, but...

FOOTBALL: Echo Cougars switch to six-man football
FOOTBALL: Echo Cougars switch to six-man football
Echo is one of 15 teams in Oregon this fall that will play six-man football as part of a two-year OSAA trial for some of the state's smallest schools.
Holiday weekend features free fishing

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife encourages people to reel in some fun during the Labor Day weekend.

Free fishing is available Saturday and Sunday throughout the state. People can fish, crab or clam anywhere in Oregon without a...

Firefighters to chip in for Mark Johnson

Area firefighters and paramedics are teeing off to help Mark Johnson as he’s receiving treatment for lymphoma.

A Hermiston native, Johnson has worked as a paramedic and firefighter in Hermiston with the Umatilla County Fire District for...

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