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Sherman County and Dufur will resume their football rivalry for the first time since 2017 with a game 7 p.m. Friday at Dufur High School.
Dufur won last week via forfeit over the Lyle/Wishram/Klickitat High Cougars (1-1). The Cougars had COVID health and safety concerns, and they had only 10 of their 16 players available for the contest. Sherman lost a nonleague game Friday at DeSales Catholic School in Walla Walla, Wash., 60-20.
After two years of competing in the OSAA Class 1A six-man football Special District 4, the Sherman County Huskies (0-1) returned to eight-man football against DeSales. Their season-opening contest against Crane was canceled Sept. 4.
The South Wasco County boys basketball team capped its best season in 15 years by taking third place in the Oregon Class 1A/Community Bank/Ste…
The South Wasco County girls basketball team enjoyed its most successful season in 20 years by taking fourth place in the Oregon Class 1A Comm…
The South Wasco County High girls basketball team advanced to the 16-team, 1A state playoffs this week at Baker High School. The Redsides played the North Douglas High Warriors (7-0) in a first-round playoff game Monday at Powder Valley High School (results came after the printed edition deadline).
In what would have to be considered as their most impressive win of the season, the Dufur High Rangers won 48-44 over their adjacent county rival South Wasco in a Class 1A girls basketball game Saturday at Dufur High School.
The highly regarded South Wasco County High Redsides girls basketball team remained undefeated at 5-0 after winning three games last week.
The Lady Redsides have the No. 1 ranked offense (51.6 points per game average) out of 45 OSAA Class 1A teams. South Wasco demonstrated its impressive offense in winning a pair of road games, including 58-51 over the Culver Bulldogs (0-7) May 31 and a 41-29 victory over the Echo Cougars (1-5) June 1.