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Mustangs wrestle at state

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Crane Mustangs wrestling season came to an end at the OSAA 2A/1A State Wrestling Tournament, held at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland. The Mustangs’ William Johnson and Sam Williams both placed third in their weight classes, 145 lbs and 285 lbs., respectively. Elijah Epling placed fourth at 152…

Crane girls win district title

Lady Mustangs to host state playoff game on Saturday, Feb. 25 by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald On Saturday, Feb. 18, the Lady Mustangs battled the Adrian Antelopes for the High Desert League (HDL) District Championship. The Mustangs, who had previously lost two games to the Antelopes, came away with the win, 56-51. Claire Hammond, of…

Mustang wrestlers take fourth at Halfway

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Crane Union High School wrestling team traveled to Halfway to take part in the Pine Eagle Invitational. The Mustangs placed fourth out of fourteen teams. Sam Williams placed first in the 220-pound weight class, and pinned all three of his opponents. William Johnson received a second-place medal in the…

Crane teams compete in league contests

  On Tuesday, Jan. 31, the Crane Mustangs girls basketball team faced the Harper Charter Hornets in Crane. The Mustangs came away with the 62-5 win. The Mustangs jumped to a 17-2 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. By halftime, the score was 27-4, with the Mustangs still leading. The Mustangs lengthened…

Burns and Crane wrestle at Adrian Irwin Memorial Tournament

  The Burns and Crane wrestling teams took part in the Adrian Irwin Memorial Tournament held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 16-17, in Redmond. The Hilanders placed ninth in the team standings, and Crane finished in 12th place. Nyssa won the tournament with 389.5 points, followed by Mountain View with 289, Culver 260.5, Redmond 259.5, La…

Crane places six on 1A All-State teams

After reaching the 1A state championship football game for the second year in a row, the Crane Mustangs had six players named to the 1A All-State football teams. Named to the first team offense were David Steeves, senior, running back; Cashe Davis, senior, receiver; and Sam Williams, senior, guard. Receiving honorable mention was Miles Maupin,…

Burns, Crane wrestling teams compete in Woodfin-Robinson duals

  The Burns wrestling team kicked off the 2016-17 wrestling season by hosting the Woodfin-Robinson Wrestling Duals on Friday, Dec. 2, at Burns High School. Schools competing, along with the Hilanders, were Crane, Vale, Baker, and Lakeview. Baker went undefeated in the duals and took home the championship trophy. Burns placed second, followed by Lakeview,…

Dufur scores 2 TDs late to edge Crane 42-38 for 1A title

Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Crane Mustangs’ football season came to an end on Saturday, Nov. 26, at Hermiston High School. In the OSAA 1A State Championship game, the Dufur Rangers handed Crane their first loss of the season, 42-38. The first score of the game went to Dufur when Bailey Keever connected with Travis…

Mustangs advance to state championship game

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald After an accident that claimed the life of one team member, John Barry Rose, and injured another, TC Hammack, the Crane Mustangs football team rallied together to advance to the state championship game. On Saturday, Nov. 19, Crane beat North Douglas 36-24 at Summit High School in the semi-final round…

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