STANFIELD — Umatilla won its away game at neighboring Stanfield on Friday night, defeating the Tigers 22-18.

Quarterback Andrew Earl passed for 20 yards, had three carries for 66 yards, one interception and one touchdown. Quarterback Ryan Lorence passed for 23 yards and one interception. Running back Trent Durfey rushed 21 carries for 150 yards and one touchdown.

Tight end Oscar Campos caught two passes for 15 yards, and Eric Hoyos had one catch for 20 yards. Running back Izayah Rodarte rushed four times for 18 yards.

“We’re slowly improving,” said Umatilla coach Dan Durfey. “We had some small mistakes and drive-killers, but the kids beared down and got the win.”

This was the Vikings’ first win of the season, putting them at 1-2 overall. They will travel to Grant Union on Friday.

LIBERTY 27, IRRIGON 0 — The Lancers handed the Knights their first loss of the season in Spangle, Wash.

Irrigon (2-1) held Liberty to just 7 points in the first half, but couldn’t keep pace in the second half.

“They were big and fast,” Irrigon coach Ken Thompson said.

Liberty was the Class 2B state runner-up last year.

Mason Lehman scored three touchdowns to lead Heppner to a 20-6 nonleague win Saturday over Lost River in Bend.

Lehman ran for 103 yards and two scores, and caught a touchdown pass from Jayden Wilson. He also finished with four tackles and one interception.

Jason Rae led the Mustangs (1-2) with 13 tackles, while Gavin Hanna-Robinson had nine and Blake Wolters seven.

Zachay Buller scored the Raiders’ lone touchdown in the fourth quarter.

YAKIMA — Hermiston finished 0-3 at the SunDome Volleyball Festival on Saturday in Yakima, but coach Amy Dyck said the tournament was a good experience for her team.

“We battled through challenges and learned a lot,” Dyck said. “We are looking forward to getting back in the gym and preparing for our match against Walla Walla.”

The Bulldogs opened with a 25-9, 25-18 loss to Lynden Christian, then followed with a 25-9, 25-13 loss to Ellensburg. They finished the day with a 25-19, 25-20 loss to University (Spokane).

Richland won the tournament with a 25-12, 21-25, 15-10 victory over Lynden Christian.

Hermiston will host Walla Walla on Thursday.

ECHO 3, CONDON/WHEELER 0 — The Lady Cougars won in three during their away game at Condon on Friday.

Echo dominated the court from beginning to end, sweeping every set — 25-10, 25-15 and 25-9.

The Cougars went on to win a Riverside-hosted volleyball tournament on Saturday.

The three-set tournament saw Echo win matches against Stanfield 25-13 and 25-18, Elgin 25-17 and 25-18, and South Wasco County 25-22 and 25-23.

The Cougars have won this tournament for three out of the last four years.

FOUR RIVERS 7, IRRIGON 3 – Irrigon is now 0-6 overall after losing their first league game of the season against Four Rivers over the weekend.

The Knights will host Nyssa (3-1) on Saturday.

SHADLE PARK 3, HERMISTON 0 — The Bulldogs lost their sixth consecutive game on Saturday at Kennison Field.

Shadle Park, from Spokane, Wash., is the first non-league opponent the Bulldogs have faced. They will resume league play at home on Thursday against Walla Walla.

RIVERSIDE 2, RIVERDALE 2 - Riverside’s away game against Portland’s Riverdale ended in a 2-2 draw.

The Pirates are now 2-2-1, and will host Prescott on Monday.

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