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The governing body of high school athletics in Oregon will decide in the coming months if The Dalles and Hood River will continue to be members of the Class 5A Intermountain Conference.

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Coming into senior night Thursday, expectations for the Hood River boys soccer team couldn’t be higher. The squad was riding a four-game win streak when it surrendered only two goals and outscored their opponents by 27.

The Dalles Riverhawks, on the other hand, were experiencing a roller coaster season and searching for a season-defining game. The teams played to a 2-2 draw.

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The Dalles Riverhawks and the Hood River Valley Eagles met for the second time in six months in Class 5A Special District 1 football and the result was the same as it has been in the past six matchups between the two Gorge rivals.

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The Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat High Cougars were seeking a fifth straight win in Special District 2 eight-man football versus the No. 15 ranked Imbler Panthers (2-2 SD2, 3-3 overall), but their win streak ended Friday in a 30-16 road loss.

The No. 12-ranked Cougars (3-2, SD2, 4-2 overall), guided by Coach Antoine Montoya, will be hoping to bounce back and get a win in their next game versus the Union Bobcats (0-5 SD2, 0-6 overall) at home Friday at 6 p.m. at Lyle High School.

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Coming off a costly loss the previous week to the Crane Mustangs in which starters Josh Taylor and Kaleb Pence suffered injuries, the shorthanded Dufur High Rangers responded to the adversity in Class 1A Special District 2 eight-man football. The No. 8 ranked Rangers, guided by Coach Jack Henderson, regained their momentum with a 46-44 win over the Pilot Rock Rockets on Thursday at Pilot Rock High School.

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Senior Katie Wring and sophomore Leo Lehman paced The Dalles at a 16-team cross country meet Thursday at Thompson Ranch in Heppner.

Wring was third overall in the Mustang Invite’s 5,000-meter varsity girls race in a personal-best 21 minutes, 3 seconds. The Riverhawk girls were first among five scoring teams with 45 points, while Pasco, WA., was second with 50.

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Hood River Valley’s cross country teams made significant statements Friday to the rest of the Intermountain Conference teams with their perfor…

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Columbia High’s young girls soccer team saw glimpses of what could be this past week, but youth and inconsistency often go hand-in-hand.

After a three-win nonleague start, the Bruins dropped their first three Trico League matches, including a tough overtime defeat by King’s Way Christian on Oct. 5, when Columbia battled back three times before losing in overtime.

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The Big Sky League Class 1A volleyball season is winding down and the frontrunners, South Wasco, Sherman and Dufur, each won games last week to help them build momentum for the upcoming district playoffs Oct. 23 at Echo High School.

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Try as she might, Columbia High volleyball Coach Heidi Shultz is having a hard time sequestering district playoff talk surrounding the Bruin program.

It’s a good problem to have.