The Grant Union Prospector volleyball team got the job done Saturday, Oct. 12, against Blue Mountain Conference opponents, the Weston-McEwen TigerScots, the Prospectors sweeping with scores of 26-24, 25-9 and 25-23.
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The Grant Union Prospector volleyball team got the job done Saturday, Oct. 12, against Blue Mountain Conference opponents, the Weston-McEwen TigerScots, the Prospectors sweeping with scores of…
The Grant Union Prospector football team shut out the visiting Stanfield Tigers Friday in an exciting 32-0 homecoming victory at Three Flags Field in John Day.
The Grant Union Prospector volleyball team hosted their 11th annual Dig Pink Rally for breast cancer awareness Saturday, defeating both the Enterprise Outlaws and Pilot Rock Rockets in John Day.
The Dayville/Monument Tiger volleyball team ruled the house Friday for homecoming, defeating the Harper Hornets 3-0 in Monument.
The Grant Union Prospectors were challenged by Kennedy’s running back Bruce Beyer who kept the scoreboard churning for the Trojans Friday night in John Day, scoring four touchdowns in the team…
Prairie City volleyball pushes Jordan Valley to 4 sets in loss
Thursday, Oct. 10
The Dayville/Monument Tigers had their first win of the season Friday, for homecoming, 45-20, against the Mitchell/Spray/Wheeler (Wheeler County) Rattlers in Monument.
Several of Oregon’s major bird hunting seasons open in October.
The Grant Union Prospector volleyball team will hold their annual Dig Pink Rally at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at Grant Union High School.
This year’s Grant County Rally for the Cure Golf Scramble & Auction is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 5.
Grant Union volleyball splits wins in Stanfield
Thursday, Oct. 3
The Prairie City/Burnt River Panthers claimed their first victory of the season at home Friday, defeating the Huntington/Harper Locomotives 55-24.
The Prairie City Panthers got the sweep at home Friday, hosting the Huntington Locomotives.
An official’s decision to eject the Prairie City/Burnt River Panther football coach was overturned after the school appealed to the Oregon School Activities Association.
The Grant Union Prospector volleyball team was victorious in its first league game of the season, beating Heppner 3-2 at the Mustangs’ home court.
Three returning starters on the Ukiah/Long Creek Mountain Lion junior varsity volleyball team are leading the team this season.
Friday, Sept. 27
Eight Grant Union cross country runners set records
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host an archery instructor certification training from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 18 at Monument School.
The Dayville/Monument Tiger volleyball team may have swept the Ukiah/Long Creek Mountaineers in Dayville Friday, but both teams played with heart.
The 1A Prairie City Panthers hosted neighboring 2A Grant Union Prospectors Tuesday, Sept. 17, with the Prospectors winning 3-1.
The Ukiah/Long Creek soccer team is stepping up from junior varsity to varsity this season with 12 players, including seven juniors.
Grant Union cross cou ntry team competes in Catherine Creek Scamper ‘mudbath’
Thursday, Sept. 19
The Prairie City/Burnt River Panthers and Sherman/Condon Huskies both had season opening wins under their belts upon facing each other Friday night in Prairie City, but the Huskies ran up the …
Prairie City Panther senior Rilee Emmel’s great serving in the third set helped her team jump from a 7-6 to a 14-7 lead, and Laken McKay helped seal it with five good serves to close the set 2…
Thursday, Sept. 12
Some like the challenge of hills, some enjoy running on grass and others love mud bogs, but whatever courses Grant Union Prospector cross country runners prefer, they play to their strengths.
Prairie City/Burnt River crushes the Rattlers in opening football game
Thursday, Sept. 12
The Grant Union Prospector’s battle against the Knappa Loggers was fierce under the Friday night lights, but the Loggers came away with a 24-14 win.
Tiger seniors are shining on this year’s Dayville/Monument volleyball team with Treila Osborne in as head coach.
The Dayville/Monument Tigers, led by head coach Kyle Hand, hit the ground running with their first game of the season, a 64-0 loss to the Joseph Eagles on Friday in Dayville.
The 2A Grant Union volleyball team took second at their home tournament, falling to the Weston-McEwen TigerScots in the Prospectors’ first competition of the season Aug. 31.
Wrapping up the 2019 Cinnabar Mountain Playdays youth rodeo series season were 48 contestants on Aug. 24 and 42 on Aug. 25.
Wednesday, Sept. 4
Prairie City/Burnt River Panthers head football coach Scott Dean, a new hire this season, is looking forward to tackling the program and using his wide experience to create positive change.
Five seniors are leading the Prairie City pack of 13 volleyball players, ready to attack the season.
There are nine big shoes to fill on the Grant Union Prospector volleyball team this season.
Team chemistry was one of several elements that helped push the Grant Union Prospector football team into the post-season last year.
Ashley Stevick has added two new yoga classes to her schedule at Canyon Mountain Center at 725 E. Main St. in John Day.
Six freestyle bullfighters took on Hamsher Fighting Bulls Saturday in John Day, thrilling a standing-room only crowd at the fourth annual freestyle bullfights during the Grant County Fair.
This year’s Grant County Junior Rodeo was well attended Aug. 11 at the Grant County Fairgrounds in John Day.
Chad Finley of Mt. Vernon has been roping calves for 20 years, and Saturday at the Aug. 9-10 Grant County NPRA Rodeo he made some money on it, winning the tie-down event in a time of 10.4.
The John Day Sea Dragons swim team celebrated their season Wednesday, July 31, at the city park.
Contestants in the Aug. 3-4 Cinnabar Mountain Playdays youth rodeo series had some close races at the Grant County Fairgrounds in John Day.
A total of 59 rodeo youth competed at the Saturday, Aug. 3, Cinnabar Mountain Playdays youth rodeo series at the Grant County Fairgrounds in John Day. There were 55 youth at the fairgrounds ar…
Grant County NPRA Rodeo is coming to town 7-9:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Aug. 9-10, with saddle bronc and bull riders, barrel racers and more ready to compete and entertain at the fairgrounds in…
Ten youth steer owners competed with their animals in a July 20 Steer Jackpot organized by Abby Winegar of Prairie City High School.
Swimmers in the Cascade East District enjoyed the season finale district championships as they flocked to Gleason Pool Friday-Sunday, July 26-28, in John Day.
Dozens of players soaked up the sun at the 13th annual Blue Mountain Healthcare Foundation Golf Scramble Saturday at the John Day Golf Course.
The Grant County Fairgrounds arena will be rockin’ and rollin’ on Friday, July 27 — not with music but with the crashing, bashing entertainment of the 30th annual Whiskey Gulch Gang Demolition Derby.
Two Prairie City boys basketball athletes competed in this year’s 1A Seniors All-Star Series basketball tournament June 28-29 at Sisters High School.