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Mat Club participates in Cowboy Challenge, Shepherd named Outstanding Wrestler

On Dec. 30, the Hi Desert Mat Club participated in the Cowboy Challenge in Prineville. The mat club’s Liam Shepherd not only won the 53-pound weight class in the Bantam division, he was also named the Outstanding Wrestler for the Bantam division. Results for the mat club are as follows: Peewee 32 lbs. — Dawson…

Hilander wrestling team takes second in Klamath Falls

The Burns wrestling team had three individual champions and placed second as a team at the Henley Holiday Tournament held Thursday, Dec. 21, in Klamath Falls. Justin Winn (113), Evan Gunderson (152), and Trace Prosser (182) all won their respective weight divisions to lead the Hilanders. The Hilanders’ Devin Dickie (106), Kyran Simpson (145), and…

Mustang boys and girls teams compete in Alycia Jenkins Memorial Tournament

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald On Friday, Dec. 15, the Crane Mustangs boys basketball team won 60-26 over the Spray/Mitchell Loggers in the first round of the Alycia Jenkins Memorial Tournament, and advanced to the championship round. Saturday, Dec. 16, the Mustangs took on the Adrian Antelopes, and after a back-and-forth battle, Crane took the…

Crane hoopsters take on Grant Union, travel to La Grande

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Crane Mustangs girls basketball squad took on the Grant Union Prospectors on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The Prospectors won the game, 45-26. Grant Union jumped to an early lead in the first quarter and never let the Mustangs gain the upper hand. At the end of the first quarter, the…

Burns, Crane grapplers open season at Woodfin-Robinson Tournament

  The Burns and Crane wrestling teams began the 2017-18 season by competing in the Woodfin-Robinson Duals on Friday, Dec. 1, at Burns High School. Baker/Powder Valley took home the team trophy after winning all of their duals. Burns placed second, wining four of five duals. The Mustangs, hampered by injuries, were down to just…

Crane holds fall sports awards banquet

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The fall sports awards banquet was held on Tuesday, Nov. 21, to honor the Crane Union High School football and volleyball athletes. The football and volleyball coaches handed out JV letters, varsity letters, special awards, and High Desert League (HDL) awards. The special awards are as follows: Volleyball –– Most…

Crane loses to Hosanna Christian 40-32

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Crane Mustangs’ football season came to a close on Saturday, Nov. 11. The Mustangs played the Hosanna Christian Lions for the quarter final round of the OSAA 1A Football State Championship. The Lions came away with the 40-32 win. The Lions received the opening kickoff and made quick work…

Mustang football squad rolls past Arlington/Condon 60-0

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Crane Union High School Mustangs breezed past the Arlington/Condon Honkers 60-0, in round one of the 1A state football playoffs, on Saturday, Nov. 4. Miles Maupin punched in a short run to score the first touchdown of the game. Runs by Jacob Dunn, Chase Joyce, and Jay Jay Balowski…

Hilander runners qualify for boys state meet

For the first time since 2005, the Hilander boys cross country team qualified for the state meet after placing second to a tough Union team at the district meet held Friday, Oct. 27, in Pendleton. The Hilander charge was led by junior Emmet Klus, who clocked the 5K course in a personal best of 16:26…

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