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Defense key in Grant Union boys’ 6-point win over Weston-McEwen

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The fast-starting Prairie City Panther boys roared past the Dayville/Monument Tigers 74-27 at the Monument basketball court on Saturday.

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Grant County Wrestling Club athletes Taylor Parsons, 10, and Owen Parsons, 8, of John Day won championship titles at the Dec. 22 ORWAY East Cascade Regional tournament in Irrigon.

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Grant Union senior Kaylee Wright of John Day signed a letter of intent to run and throw for Western Oregon University’s track and field team in Monmouth this fall.

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Grant Union girls start league play with 2 wins, boys take win and loss

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Wrestling has traditionally been male dominated, but an increasing wave of girls are also enjoying the sport, statewide and at Grant Union Junior-Senior High School in John Day.

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The final 3 minutes of Thursday’s basketball game between the Prairie City Panthers and Sherman Huskies boys had fans on the edge of their seats as the teams tied the score three times.

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The past year brought plenty of stellar moments from Grant County’s individual athletes and teams to look back on, including several for the record books. Highlights from some of the most thri…

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Walt Kight has been hunting since he was a child, and he’s long had a special interest in sheep. He now can claim bagging three of the four sheep subspecies in the North American Wild Sheep Gr…

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A standing-room only crowd enjoyed the talents of 39 performers at the Winter Wonderland dance recital Saturday at the Canyon City Community Hall.

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The Grant Union Prospector girls started last week on a positive note with a 44-43 win over the Crane Mustangs Dec. 11 in their first home game of the season.

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Tiger hoops teams victorious at home tourney

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It was the final seconds of Friday night’s nonleague basketball game that decided the contest between the Grant Union Prospectors and the Burns Hilanders in John Day in what turned out to be a…

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The Long Creek/Ukiah girls basketball team’s season has just begun, and at 4-0 on the season, they’re already outpacing last year’s record.

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The Long Creek/Ukiah Mountain Lions boys basketball team had a 12-6 overall record last season as a junior varsity team, and now the Mountain Lions are hoping to exceed that record as a varsity team.

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Undefeated Dayville/Monument Tiger girls win two at tournament

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Grant Union boys compete at Sherman Tournament

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The Dayville/Monument Tiger girls basketball team stepped onto the Wheeler High School court Friday to begin what they hope will be a strong season.

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Surrounded by his team in practice last week, Dayville/Monument Tiger head coach Jeff Schafer told the boys he respects and values what each brings to the table.

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After graduating five senior starters, it may seem like a new beginning for the 2A Grant Union Prospector boys basketball team, but there are talented players moving into those positions, head…

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When I was but a wee lad, my family would gather each fall for the annual sight-in of their various hunting rifles. I would pick up their empty brass cartridge cases and dream of the day I wou…

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After graduating five senior starters, it may seem like a new beginning for the 2A Grant Union Prospector boys basketball team, but there are talented players moving into those positions, head…

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When I was but a wee lad, my family would gather each fall for the annual sight-in of their various hunting rifles. I would pick up their empty brass cartridge cases and dream of the day I wou…

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My father introduced me to calling coyotes when I was still only registering single digits on my birthday cakes. Even at that age, I was taught about the importance of balance between predator…

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There are just 10 athletes on the Prairie City Panther girls basketball team, but most have varsity experience and head coach Bo Workman said they are “looking to have a good year.”