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Dayville/Monument Tigers end season at Madras

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Dayville/Monument football team defeats Echo at Six-man Showcase

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The Grant Union Prospectors had hoped to be the first team to beat the Heppner Mustangs this season on Friday, but Heppner came away with the 41-18 win in John Day.

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NORTH LAKE TAHOE — Richard Boyer has always been competitive. He competed in football, basketball and track at Long Creek High School, and was selected to play in the 1982 East-West Shrine Game.

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The Prairie City cheerleading team fires up the Panther sports fans with cheers, jumps, stunts and dance routines at the games as well as pep assemblies and homecoming rallies.

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Grant Union football rips Riverside in 54-16 win

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Energized by their homecoming and senior recognition celebrations, the Prairie City Panther volleyball team made a statement on their court, sweeping the cross-county Dayville/Monument Tigers.

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Prairie City/Burnt River football defeats Crane JV

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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…

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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.

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Prairie City volleyball pushes Jordan Valley to 4 sets in loss

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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.

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Grant Union cross cou ntry team competes in Catherine Creek Scamper ‘mudbath’

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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 …

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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…

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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.

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Prairie City/Burnt River crushes the Rattlers in opening football game

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