You could see it in her eyes. Paige Palzinski is in her happy place in the weight room, and now that Hermiston High School has renovated its facility from the ground up, the Hermiston junior is in seventh heaven.
MASON, Mich. — Hermiston’s Thomas Mabbott hit 99 out of a possible 100 targets Sunday during the finals of the individual portion of the USA High School Clay Target League National Championshi…
Haylee Hamilton has only been shooting trap for two years, but she is a quick learner.
EUGENE — Some of the area’s top young track athletes put their talents on display at the TrackTown Youth League Championship on Saturday at Lane Community College.
HILLSBORO — In an event that featured 474 participants, recent Hermiston High grad Case Hiatt was the only one to walk away with a perfect score.
Two years ago it was a dream.
Jazlyn Romero and Hunter Nichols could not be more different. Nichols is a distance runner, whereas a trip down the javelin runway is far enough for Romero.
Most kids start driving on their own when they turn 16. Garrett Poynor started when he was 4.
HERMISTON — This season, the Hermiston High School girls basketball team will welcome a new leader.
HERMISTON — Bailee Noland is a girl of many words, many talents, and many goals.
Zack Henrichs fell in love with the game of baseball the first time he picked up a ball.
Hermiston High School is offering a variety of youth sports camps this summer, including football, basketball, soccer, cross country and tennis.
The Hermiston softball team made a good impression during its first year in the Mid-Columbia Conference.
Portland Trail Blazers fans can get an inside look at the team on Wednesday night from a man who has witnessed the good, the bad and the ugly of the team for the better part of three decades.
Hermiston native Bob Coleman earned Oregon State University’s Most Inspirational Award for wrestling during the Benny Awards on Wednesday night.
The hardest worker on the field. A versatile player.
Jazlyn Romero knew from her first throw that Saturday would be a good day at the 3A State Track and Field Championships.
Bailee Noland hit two home runs, including a key two-out, three-run blast in the top of the seventh inning, to help Hermiston to an 8-5 victory over Holy Names in the consolation bracket at th…
Hermiston’s Jazlyn Romero and Paige Palzinski earned Mid-Columbia Conference all-conference honors for track.
Hermiston sophomore Paige Palzinski finished ninth in the shot put Friday at the 3A State Track and Field Championships at Mt. Tahoma High School in Tacoma, missing the podium by a half-inch.
Hermiston had four players selected to the Mid-Columbia Conference all-conference boys soccer teams.
Garrett Walchli qualified for state in the 200 meters by the smallest of margins Saturday afternoon.
Jazlyn Romero left no doubt as to who was in control of the 3A girls javelin event on Friday afternoon.
Kalei Smith’s two-run homer was significant for multiple reasons.
Tennis wasn’t Hayden Cissna’s first sport of choice.
Juan Navarrete put his goalie gloves in his bag and turned and looked at Kennison Field.
Paige Palzinski had herself quite the productive weekend.
Ashley Cameron laid out and knocked down a hard-hit ball, then made the throw to first for the out from the ground.
Hats off to Henrichs: The Irrigon Knights baseball team salute their longtime coach Randy Henrichs during Friday’s home field dedication.
Typically, when a group of teenage boys shows up at the principal’s office, nothing good can come of the visit.
Moments after Irrigon finished their sweep of Vale in a baseball doubleheader, Mathew Moreno was stunned.
Southern Oregon University wrestling coach Mike Ritchey is pretty particular about who he brings into his program.
Jorge Carrillo started the season on the junior varsity team, but the more Hermiston coach Rich Harshberger watched the talented freshman play, he realized he needed the young man up on varsity.
The Mid-Columbia Conference’s latest addition is now on their way to the district championships.
Pendleton’s Aaron Luke won the 100, 200 and 400 on Friday at the Baker Invite, earning 30 of the Bucks’ 40 points.
Hermiston’s Cydney Sanchez ran a personal best 5 minutes, 40.43 seconds in the 1,600 meters Thursday to win the event at a three-team Mid-Columbia Conference meet at Kennewick High School.
Blue Mountain’s Payton Wright accepts the bareback championship buckle from coach Shawn Eng after the Northwest Region Finals last week in Hermiston. Wright will compete in his first College N…
Abasketball player, a Marine and an Aussie. Put them in a rodeo arena and you have yourself the makings of a championship team.
The Hermiston Bulldogs lost their position in the Mid-Columbia Conference’s seeding for the 3A playoffs Tuesday after dropping a pair of games to league-leading Richland at Columbia Playfield.
Hermiston had a pair of winners on Saturday at the Strandberg Invitational at Central Valley High School in Spokane.
Hermiston made easy work of Southridge on Saturday before meeting its match against Lake City Junior Academy in Richland.
It was a good day to be a Buck at Pendleton’s Buck Track Classic.
Hermiston’s Broc Remmer placed third in the men’s high jump event (5-08), then went on to set a personal record in the long jump, clearing a distance of 19-07.75 during Thursday’s Mid-Columbia…
Drew Preuninger is coming home, so to speak.
Hermiston’s softball team allowed their Chiawana hosts 18 hits to open Tuesday’s Mid-Columbia Conference doubleheader with a 16-7 loss, but they recovered to end the day on 5-4 win that was de…
The Umatilla Vikings split Friday’s Eastern Oregon League softball doubleheader with Burns to take home their season’s first league victory.
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.