WOU rallies to support Team Lucy

MONMOUTH — The Walkers have been a part of the Western Oregon community for decades.

DALLAS ROUNDUP: Girls basketball earns a pair of victories

DALLAS — Dallas’ girls basketball team defeated North Salem 40-29 on Nov. 29 and Reynolds 56-15 on Friday.

PERRYDALE ROUNDUP: Girls basketball splits opening games

LOWELL — Perrydale’s girls basketball team defeated Gilchrist 51-20 on Friday before losing to North Douglas 41-39 on Saturday.

FALLS CITY ROUNDUP: Boys basketball wins two

FALLS CITY — Falls City’s boys basketball team opened its season with a pair of victories. The Mountaineers defeated McKenzie 57-25 on Thursday and Southwest Christian 54-28 on Friday.

WOU ROUNDUP: Men’s basketball drops first game

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Western Oregon University’s men’s basketball team lost for the first time this season, falling to Western Washington 85-58 on Saturday.

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Dec. 6-12

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: WOU hopes the process pays off

MONMOUTH — During Holli Howard-Carpenter’s tenure as head coach of Western Oregon University’s women’s basketball team, the Wolves have struggled to find success in the win column.

PREP BASKETBALL: Ehlers ready to lead Dallas

DALLAS — When Dallas High School began its search for a new girls basketball coach, Tim Ehlers was ready to take his shot.

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WESTERN OREGON ROUNDUP: Men’s basketball improves to 6-0

BELMONT, Calif. — Western Oregon University’s men’s basketball team improved to 6-0 after defeating Holy Names 76-65 on Friday and Notre Dame De Namur 87-48 on Saturday.

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Nov. 29-Dec. 6

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Abraham dedicates season to his hero

INDEPENDENCE — When Central senior Isaiah Abraham scored the game-winning touchdown against Glencoe, he raised a finger to the sky.

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PREP FOOTBALL: Mountaineers fall in semifinals

HILLSBORO — Falls City’s football team’s ride in the state playoffs came to an end on Saturday.

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Wolves on the hunt for tourney berth

MONMOUTH — When senior Tanner Omlid arrived at Western Oregon University two years ago, the men’s basketball team was about to embark on its historic run to the Final Four.



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