Lukas Eggen

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STANDING TOGETHER

DALLAS — Officially, Dallas’ girls soccer team’s match against McNary on Thursday will go down as a 1-0 loss.

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Two tricks are better than one

INDEPENDENCE — Some athletes grow up idolizing the superstars of a sport. It was far more personal for Central senior Tony Rincon.

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Offensive line paving way for Dallas

DALLAS — They are the unsung heroes on the gridiron.

Pirates make progress

PERRYDALE — Perrydale’s volleyball team is on a mission to grow up on the court as quickly as possible.

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Bring on the pain

MONMOUTH — What attracts an athlete to cross-country?

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Finding their footing

FALLS CITY — The start of Falls City’s football team’s season has not gone according to plan. Injuries to several players, including starters Jeremy Labrado (quarterback) and Noah Sickles has left the Mountaineers to play at less than full strength — without an idea on when they will return. A 54-12 loss to Dufur on Friday was the latest setback.

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Walker makes difficult transition

DALLAS — From the time he began playing soccer in second grade, Dallas junior Danny Walker has always been about the attack.

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Panthers embrace pressure

INDEPENDENCE — Trailing 6-0 in the fifth and final set against South Albany on Thursday, Central’s volleyball team didn’t panic. They weren’t frustrated, despite seeing a 2-0 lead evaporate. In fact, they were the opposite.

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Dragons run over Parkrose

DALLAS — The ground and pound is back.

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LIGHTING THE FIRE

INDEPENDENCE — For Central’s girls soccer team, a tie never felt so good. The Panthers finished 0-12-0 in 2015. Trailing North Salem 1-0 midway through the second half on Thursday, Central was looking for a spark.

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