The first two games in Mid-Willamette Conference play revealed a stark reality for Dallas’ boys basketball team.
The 2016-17 season was an up-and-down ride for Central’s girls basketball team.
When freshman Hans Garrison joined Dallas’ swim team, it was a moment he had waited years for.
Central’s boys basketball team opened Mid-Willamette Conference with a pair of thrillers.
Dallas’ wrestling team defeated South Albany 42-21 in a Mid-Willamette Conference match on Thursday.
Falls City’s boys basketball team defeated Willamette Valley Christian 73-31 on Jan. 9 before falling to Perrydale 59-50 on Thursday and Estacada 62-50 on Friday.
DALLAS — Dallas’ wrestling program has a history of excellence, and so far, the Dragons have lived up to that history.
FALLS CITY — Falls City’s girls basketball squad has experienced some big swings. The Mountaineers opened the season with three losses before going on a five-game win streak, followed by a three-game losing streak after a 39-37 setback against Crosshill Christian on Friday.
INDEPENDENCE — In each of the past two seasons, Central’s boys basketball team took a 4-5 record into league play — leaving players looking for a breakthrough. “We’ve been that team that’s .500 and trying to get that big win,” coach Tim Kreta said.
PENDLETON — Dallas’ girls basketball team lost a close game to Pendleton 49-42 on Jan. 2.
INDEPENDENCE — Central’s girls basketball team defeated West Albany 72-58 on Jan. 3.
JEWELL — Perrydale’s girls basketball team earned a pair of league wins, defeating Crosshill Christian 38-14 on Jan. 2 and Jewell 46-23 on Thursday.
PERRYDALE — Prior to the start of the boys basketball season, coach Brian Domes wasn’t sure how his team would shape up.
INDEPENDENCE — Prior to the start of the girls basketball season, Central junior Mariah Hyre decided to shave her head.
CORVALLIS — Central’s boys basketball team went 2-0 at the Crescent Valley Invitational, defeating Ashland 50-42 on Friday and Hermiston 54-48 on Saturday.