KENNEWICK, Wash. — Hermiston pushed Kennewick to the brink, but could not get past the Lions in an MCC/GSL District 8 loser-out game Thursday night at the Lions Den.
Sophomore Cydney Sanchez placed 30th, and junior Amanda Nygard 55th, to end their cross-country season at the WIAA 3A state championships Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.
Hermiston wide receiver D.J. Wilson (16) vaults over a North Central defender. The Hermiston Bulldogs defeated the North Central Indians 55-28 on Friday night at Kennison Field in Hermiston to…
Hermiston wide receiver D.J. Wilson (16) runs the ball to the end zone for a touchdown. The Hermiston Bulldogs defeated the North Central Indians 55-28 on Friday night at Kennison Field in Her…
HERMISTON — There is no better way to finish off your senior season than with a win.
KENNEWICK, Wash. — The Hermiston Bulldogs split their matches Thursday at the MCC/GSL District 8 tournament, extending their season into next week.
There was so much promise at the start of the season for the Hermiston football team.
Hermiston cruised through the first two rounds at the 3A/2A state slow pitch softball tournament, but in Saturday’s championship game, the Bulldogs ran into a team bent on revenge.
SPOKANE, Wash. — The Hermiston Bulldogs advanced their top two runners to next weekend’s state cross-country meet after Saturday’s 3A District 8 Championships at Wandermere Golf Course in Spok…
KENNEWICK, Wash. — Hermiston was worried about Kamiakin running back Tuna Altahir going into Friday’s game, but it would be the Braves’ defense that gave the Bulldogs fits.
KENNEWICK — Hermiston finished the Mid-Columbia Conference regular season Thursday with a road loss to Kamiakin, but the Bulldogs did not make it easy on the Braves.
The Hermiston Bulldogs will be a man short when they take on the Kamiakin Braves Friday night.
Everything the Hermiston Bulldogs have done this season has helped them get to this point.
The Hermiston swim team posted several personal or season records at the Last Chance Invite on Saturday in Walla Walla to close out the regular season.
HERMISTON — In a play straight out of the movie “Rudy,” Hermiston starting wide receiver Trevor Wagner went to coach David Faaeteete and asked that senior Zach Tovey start in his place Friday …
RICHLAND, Wash. — There’s nothing like a run along the river on a fall day.
HERMISTON — On a night they honored their seniors, the Hermiston Bulldogs celebrated with a sweep of Southridge.
With the Mid-Columbia Conference football season winding down, the Hermiston Bulldogs still have a little work to do, starting Friday night with the visiting Hanford Falcons.
Hermiston outshot Pasco 13-5 and played strong defensively to secure a 1-0 victory Thursday.
BOARDMAN — Even 20 mph gusts could not knock the wind out of Riverside, which extended its win streak to seven Saturday afternoon.
Players battle for the ball near Riverside’s goal during Saturday’s conference game against Umatilla in Boardman.
YAKIMA — Hermiston gave up a late touchdown with less than 5 minutes to play as the Eisenhower Cadets held on to beat the Bulldogs 20-14 on Friday night at Zaepfel Stadium.
HERMISTON — Dig Pink Night had special meaning for Hermiston setter Kendall Dowdy, who lost her grandma to cancer.
KENNEWICK, Wash. — On an ideal day for a run, the Hermiston boys and girls cross-country teams posted some of their best times of the season Wednesday at the second Mid-Columbia Conference mee…
While this season has not gone as planned for the Hermiston football team, there is one constant every Friday night — Ryan Arnold.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month around the country, and the Hermiston volleyball team is doing its part in helping bring awareness to the cause.
Luella Skinner scored four first-half goals Saturday to lead the Clarkston Bantams to a 5-0 nonleague win over visiting Hermiston in soccer.
HERMISTON — Last year, Amanda Nygard was faced with a tough choice.
HERMISTON — A handful of mistakes were costly for the Hermiston Bulldogs on Friday night, and Chiawana took advantage of most of them.
HERMISTON — In a cross-country meet that pit 10 area schools against each other, it was Hermiston who emerged the top dogs.
HERMISTON — The Hanford Falcons will be seeing Grace Vertrees in their nightmares.
HERMISTON — Hermiston hadn’t faced Kamiakin since the the preseason, when the the Braves handed the Bulldogs a 6-0 loss.
Nyssa’s Aleonzo Calderon (42) is brought down by Umatilla’s Andrew Earl (7). The Nyssa Bulldogs defeated the Umatilla Vikings 22-7 at Umatilla High School on Friday night.
UMATILLA — For the better part of three quarters Friday afternoon, Umatilla went toe-to-toe with the Nyssa Bulldogs.
Hermiston’s Avery Treadwell (2) drives the ball over the net in the final set against the Braves. The Kamiakin Braves defeated the Hermiston Bulldogs in four sets at Hermiston High School Thur…
KENNEWICK, Wash. — Welcome back, Sean Stewart.
HERMISTON — Hermiston played in bursts of greatness, but it was not enough to top the consistency of Kamiakin.
HERMISTON — For one brief moment Tuesday night, the Hermiston Bulldogs showed their true colors.
There was nary a soul left at Kennison Stadium on Friday night when Garrett Walchli came out in full gear and started running up and down the yard lines.
HERMISTON — Richland may have shut out Hermiston, but it was a day of growth for the Bulldogs.
Hermiston running back Daniel Faaeteete (28) pushes off of a Walla Walla defender at the start of the second half. The Walla Walla Blue Devils defeated the Hermiston Bulldogs 14-3 at Kennison …
Hermiston wide receiver Garrett Walchli (5) runs the ball during the first half. The Walla Walla Blue Devils defeated the Hermiston Bulldogs 14-3 at Kennison Field in Hermiston Friday night.
HERMISTON — Ugly might be too good of a word for what was seen at Kennison Field on Friday night.
KENNEWICK — Last year, Southridge had its way with Hermiston all four times they played.
WALLA WALLA — Amanda Nygard’s fifth-place finish boosted the Hermiston girls cross-country team to 128 points for sixth place in the team standings at a Walla Walla-hosted Mid-Columbia Confere…
One thing that jumped out at first-year Walla Walla coach Greg Lupfer when he saw Hermiston on film, was the size of its players.
YAKIMA — Kendall Dowdy had a big day for Hermiston on Saturday as the team took a non-league volleyball match from Davis.
Three weeks have passed since the 2019 Kickoff magazine appeared in the Northeast Oregon publications of EO Media Group, including in the East Oregonian and the Hermiston Herald.
KENNEWICK — The Hermiston Bulldogs still are looking for their groove. Once they find it, they could be dangerous.
UMATILLA — Who is this Umatilla football team?
Hermiston’s girls cross-country team placed second with 104 points, and junior Amanda Nygard finished sixth overall Saturday at the Oregon City Invite.
HERMISTON — Hermiston stopped Richland three times on fourth down — twice in the red zone. There also was a recovered onside kick and a fumble recovery, but it just wasn’t enough.
The first-match jitters got the best of Hermiston on Saturday in its Mid-Columbia Conference volleyball season opener, as Walla Walla beat the the Bulldogs 25-13, 26-24, 25-19.
HERMISTON — Several local runners turned in top-10 times at Saturday’s annual Runners Soul XC Fest, but there was no outrunning West Valley Yakima’s Brayden Packard, who finished nearly 40 sec…
Hermiston coach David Faaeteete was sporting a football helmet at the start of Tuesday’s practice.