DALLAS — Applications are being accepted for the 16th annual Turkey Shoot Tournament at Cross Creek Golf Course.
Soccer helps bring players, family together
INDEPENDENCE — Central High girls soccer coach Joe Orozco is dreading the end of the season — but not because it signals the end of fall soccer for the Panthers.
Road loss puts Dallas on outside looking in for state playoffs
CORVALLIS — It had the makings of a perfect Hollywood ending.
DALLAS — A tradition returns when the Dallas High School Booster Club hosts its annual fundraising Auction on Saturday at the Col. James Nesmith Readiness Center in Dallas. Tickets cost $30 and can be purchased at the door.
DALLAS — Dallas High School and LaCreole Middle School will host three registration sessions for the Dallas Mat Club beginning Tuesday. The mat club is open to kids in kindergarten through sixth grade.
MONMOUTH — The Western Oregon University men’s basketball team has been picked to finish fourth in the annual Great Northwest Athletic Conference preseason coaches’ poll.
MONMOUTH — If the preseason prognosticators are correct, it could be a tough season for the Western Oregon University women’s basketball team.
Nelson began playing soccer in sixth grade
PERRYDALE — When Perrydale senior Emily Nelson steps onto the soccer field, she’s not looking to make friends.
Zaragoza scores twice for Panthers
CORVALLIS — Central’s boys soccer team entered this week undefeated in Mid-Willamette Conference play after defeating Corvallis 2-1 on Thursday and Silverton 2-1 on Oct. 14.
Dragons look to end regular season with momentum against Silverton
CORVALLIS — Facing two of the Mid-Willamette Conference’s top teams, Dallas lost a pair of league volleyball matches last week.
Central faces another big game, chance to clinch league’s No. 2 seed
INDEPENDENCE — What was billed as a showdown turned into a rout as Central lost to Silverton 38-6 in Mid-Willamette Conference football on Friday.
ALSEA — Falls City forfeited its 86-20 Friday football game against Alsea because of violating OSAA rules.
Vidal Zaragoza * Paul Revis
ELLENSBURG, — Wash. Central Washington got a little revenge on Western Oregon. The Wildcats, who lost 36-34 on Sept. 24 in Monmouth, defeated the Wolves’ football team 24-20 on Saturday.