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

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 disappointing,” said Faaeteete,...

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Hermiston boys XC finishes sixth at Kennewick

Led by Angel Benites, the Hermiston boys were sixth at the Mid-Columbia Conference meet Thursday at Lawrence Scott Park in Kennewick.

Benites turned in a time of 16 minutes, 12.64 seconds to place 20th on the day for the Bulldogs (145...

Noland’s change of heart paying dividends for Hermiston football
Noland’s change of heart paying dividends for Hermiston football

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 doing it forever,” he...

Hermiston beats Pasco but falls to Chiawana
Hermiston beats Pasco but falls to Chiawana

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) rallied for a 20-25, 25-20,...

Bulldogs prepare to face Eisenhower Friday

The Hermiston Bulldogs are licking their wounds after a 34-10 loss to Chiawana last week, but Friday is a new day.

Hermiston (4-2) will host Eisenhower (Yakima) in a nonleague game at Kennison Field.

Eisenhower has won two games in a row,...

Chiawana overpowers Hermiston

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 a handful tackles and a...

Hermiston soccer takes home season’s first win

The Hermiston girls soccer team picked up its first win of the season with a Mid-Columbia Conference road victory over Pasco, 2-1.

“There is a lot of emotion,” Hermiston coach Freddy Guizar said. “The girls are excited for...

Dawgs show teeth heading to Chiawana
Dawgs show teeth heading to Chiawana
Hermiston offense overpowers Southridge on Friday
Hanford holds off Hermiston in MCC play
Hanford holds off Hermiston in MCC play

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’s best performances of the...

Feast with foes
Feast with foes

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 Conference football teams have...

Umatilla coaches in running for award, donation
Umatilla coaches in running for award, donation

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 Aug. 21, gave people the...

Prep Roundup | Weston-McEwen opens league play with win over Stanfield

The Weston-McEwen TigerScots (1-3, 1-0) opened 2A Special District 6 play on Friday with a 34-28 win over Stanfield in Athena.

AJ Keeny ran for 152 yards and two touchdowns for Stanfield (1-4, 0-1), while Enrique Arellano ran for 76 yards and...

Hermiston Raceway ends the year with its biggest lineup yet
Hermiston Raceway ends the year with its biggest lineup yet
Over 70 races from across the region raced on Hermiston’s tracks to close the season
Noland powers Hermiston past Walla Walla
Noland powers Hermiston past Walla Walla
Hermiston relies on running back in return to form on the road
Southridge comes to Hermiston looking for first win

The high-octane offense and stingy defense of the Hermiston Bulldogs is likely to pose problems for the Southridge Suns, who still are looking for their first Mid-Columbia Conference win.

The Suns (0-4), who have been shut out three times,...

First fall season going swimmingly for Hermiston girls
First fall season going swimmingly for Hermiston girls

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 swimmers who have reached...

Bulldogs fall to Clarkston after intense tiebreaker round
Bulldogs fall to Clarkston after intense tiebreaker round
Clarkston upsets Hermiston in a post-game golden goal match
Riverside defeats Umatilla rivals on Thursday
Riverside defeats Umatilla rivals on Thursday
The Pirates opened their league with a shutout
Hermiston XC runs first league meet

Hermiston’s first Mid-Columbia Conference league meet for cross country, held at Walla Walla, was a learning experience.

The varsity boys and girls teams placed eighth overall in their respective races.

Freddy Mendoza led...

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Volleyball

Irrigon 3, Umatilla 0 — Hailey White had 10 kills and 10 service points, and Myka Davis added eight kills as the Knights swept the visiting Vikings (0-2) in an Eastern Oregon League match.

Irrigon won by...

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

Was that good enough?

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

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