The Umatilla Vikings split Friday’s Eastern Oregon League softball doubleheader with Burns to take home their season’s first league victory.
Sam Jennings of Pendleton heaves the javelin during Friday’s Kiwanis Twilight Invitational track meet.
Pendleton’s Lane Maher competes in the 110-meter hurdles during the Kiwanis Twilight Invitational track meet in Hermiston. Maher came in second with a time of 14.74 seconds and won the 300-met…
All it took was seven innings for Hermiston’s softball team to add two more Mid-Columbia Conference wins to their record.
After the sun welcomed athletes and fans to the Kiwanis Twilight Invitational on Friday, the rain began to fall on the meet at Kennison Field for the first time in recent memory.
Earlier this season, Blue Mountain’s baseball team scored a 16-5 win over the Walla Walla Warriors.
One bad inning.
Hermiston dropped a pair of Mid-Columbia Conference games Tuesday to Kamiakin as the Braves posted wins of 11-1 and 11-5 at LaPierre Field.
The Mid-Columbia Conference wrestling team was announced on Sunday, and Hermiston had five athletes earn honors.
Hermiston got its first taste of the Pasco Invite on Saturday, and it was a learning experience for the Bulldogs, who had just one athlete reach the podium at Edgar Brown Stadium.
On Friday, Hermiston’s softball team left their home field with two more wins, in part thanks to Grace Studer.
Madi Wilson was looking forward to track season, and seeing how she would stacked up against the best athletes in Washington.
Hermiston senior Jordan Ramirez said he’s never faced a left-handed pitcher in high school baseball.
Hermiston finished eighth in the team standings at the second annual Joe Dubsky Invite on Monday at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco, Wash.
The Heppner/Ione Mustangs softball team opened Blue Mountain Conference action Saturday with a home doubleheader against Adrian, and it showed just how competitive their league will be.
Heppner/Ione and Riverside each posted dramatic wins in Friday’s doubleheader in Boardman.
Pendleton’s Edwin Linares and Lane Maher were double winners in individual events on Friday at the Carnival of Speed in Milton-Freewater.
The Mac-Hi Pioneers stood their ground and defended their home courts against their Ione visitors on Wednesday afternoon.
The Hermiston boys like to keep their audience in suspense.
After the Bulldogs dropped the first softball game in their home doubleheader against Southridge, they knew something was wrong and changes needed to be made.
At Hermiston High School, athletic trainer Dan Emry is appreciated every day of the school year — not just during Athletic Trainer Appreciation Month in March.
The Pendleton boys track team earned points in 12 events on Saturday at the Clay Lewis Invite in Richland, Washington, finishing fourth among the 15 schools with 76 points.
Hermiston couldn’t overcome the visiting Richland Bombers on Friday, losing both ends of a doubleheader 7-6 and 13-4.
Oregon State junior Bob Coleman was named a Pac-12 All-Academic second-team selection for the first time in his career.
Pendleton’s Blake Davis passes the baton to teammate Aiden Patterson during the 4x100 relay Saturday during the Clay Lewis Invite in Richland. The relay team took second place behind Kamiakin …
Pendleton’s Lane Maher competes in the 300 meter hurdles Saturday during the Clay Lewis Invite in Richland. Maher won the event with a time of 41.20 seconds.
Pendleton’s Edwin Linares triple jumps Saturday during the Clay Lewis Invite at Hanford High School in Richland. Linares took fourth with a jump of 41 feet, 4½ inches, and also placed second i…
Hermiston may not have been the top team at Thursday’s Mid-Columbia Conference track and field meet at Hanford, but that didn’t stop Garrett Walchli from posting some winning results.
In a battle of Bulldogs baseball, Hermiston led 6-5 in the fourth inning in the first game of their doubleheader against Pasco, but allowed three more runs to give Pasco an 8-7 win to start the day.
Hermiston’s Garrett Walchli knew he would have to turn on the jets when he got the baton for the anchor leg of the boys 4x100 relay.
The Hermiston softball team wasted no time taking care of business in its season opener Saturday afternoon in Yakima.
Sam Colbray reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Wrestling Championships, but two losses Friday put him out of the tournament, and left him one win shy of the podium in Pittsburgh.
The Hermiston baseball team finally got to play on Friday, but the outcome wasn’t what the Bulldogs had hoped for.
Former Hermiston wrestlers Sam Colbray and Bob Coleman are making their first appearances at the NCAA Wrestling Championships this week, and the first day came with mixed results.
The frigid winter winds did not blow in Hermiston’s favor on Tuesday night.
While Hermiston was a welcomed addition to the Mid-Columbia Conference this season, the girls basketball coaches were a little unsure of the challenges that would come with the Bulldogs and th…
There was never a doubt Sam Colbray would one day punch his ticket to the NCAA Wrestling Championships.
Trent Durfey’s love of football goes back to first grade and flag football. Tackle football began in the third grade with Grid Kids, and that’s when Durfey came to life on the field.
Hermiston boys basketball coach Casey Arstein has never been one to seek the limelight, preferring the focus be put on his players.
Blue Mountain soccer coach Austin Shick was on hand Wednesday when Hermiston’s Juan Carlos Navarrete signed his letter of intent to play for the Timberwolves. He was not going to let this recr…
The frigid winter winds did not blow in Hermiston’s favor on Tuesday night.
The basketball season continues for a trio of Hermiston seniors.
As a freshman at Oregon State University, Bob Coleman posted a 6-26 record. There was a time when he didn’t win a match for two months.
Irrigon senior Ana Zacarias was named to the Eastern Oregon League first team, and freshman JaLay Burns to the second as the all-league selections were announced this week.
Monday was the first day of practice for spring sports in the Columbia Basin, but instead of hearing the crack of the bat or feet pounding on the track, Mother Nature threw athletes a curve ba…
Hermiston’s Jordan Thomas was named to the girls Mid-Columbia Conference first team that was announced Friday.
The Umatilla boys missed out on a trip to the 3A state tournament after dropping a play-in road game to Sutherlin 59-39 on Friday.
Irrigon had its best showing at the state wrestling tournament in more than 10 years, as eight of its nine participants placed in the top six at the 3A state tournament on Saturday at Veterans…
Saturday afternoon was a pure celebration of the art and competition of dance.
Former Hermiston basketball standout Tavin Headings was named to the All-Northwest Conference second team Wednesday. She was one of three George Fox players honored.
It’s not often a team will score 80 points and lose a game, but a lackluster second quarter hurt Hermiston as it tried to extend its season Monday.
The Kennewick Lions are on a mission, and the Hermiston Bulldogs were collateral damage Saturday afternoon.
Trevor Antonucci of Hepper/Ione (left) tangles with Jordan Piercy of Culver in their semifinal match Saturday at the 2A/1A Special District 4 Tournament in Halfway. Antonucci won 9-6.
Irrigon placed a school record six wrestlers in the finals and came away with two champions Saturday at the 3A Special District 4 Tournament at Burns High School.
Trevor Wagner didn’t know what to expect when he got to the Tacoma Dome.