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One of the Gorge’s top sprinters from White Salmon appears to be working her way into shape, a distance runner from The Dalles looks in mid-season form and the school traditionally with the largest spring sport turnout awaits its first competition.

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Practice time is at a premium for Oregon high school golf teams, including a young The Dalles Riverhawk squad.

The Dalles played its first tournament in two years April 12 at the Wildhorse Resort Golf Course in Pendleton after a few days of practice.

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Hood River Valley High School’s baseball team will look to contend for the conference title this year despite going 1-2 (0-2 league) in its first week with a series against Pendleton High School, coach Michael Muehlbauer said.

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Playing for the first time in nearly two years, The Dalles High Riverhawk baseball team held its 2021 season opener Saturday in a nonleague matchup versus the Mountain View Cougars of Bend. The more experienced Cougars - with two seniors and eight juniors - proved to be a very formidable opponent against a young Riverhawk squad that includes 10 freshmen and no seniors. The Cougars won both games, 19-1 and 16-0, at Quinton Street Ballpark.

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Under a beautiful week of weather, The Dalles’ young girls tennis team began its season with home losses to Redmond and Ridgeview by identical 7-1 scores. But there were plenty of positives starting with the Riverhawk No. 1 doubles team of Addison Little and Diana Flores Garcia, who won both their matches.

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The evolution of 15-year-old Tora Jo Timinsky’s young golfing career has progressed from her first clubs — a pink, Barbie set — to a single-digit handicap. And, if indicators are correct, there should be more progression in her future.