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September 18, 2014  RSS feed
Sports

Cardinals Handle White Swan in Home Opener
IN 42-18 WIN, SWITCH TO DUNN AT QB GIVES LANNING OPPORTUNITY AS RECEIVER

WAITSBURG – The Waitsburg-Prescott football team ran over White Swan Friday night in their home opener, defeating the Cougars 42-18. The game featured a new look for the Cardinal offense, with Jacob Dunn starting at quarterback and last year’s starter, Owen Lanning, moving to slot back. More...

Nechodom Hired as WP X-C Coach
Dayton cancels cross-country after only two students sign up

WAITSBURG – Due to a lack of turnout, Dayton High School has opted not to offer cross-country to its athletes this year. At the beginning of the season, WP and Dayton students practiced together under former Dayton cross country coach Dan Nechodom. When only two Dayton students signed up for the season, Dayton chose to cancel their program. More...

WP X-C Starts Season with Asotin Island Run
EMILY ADAMS TAKES FIFTH IN WOMEN’S RACE

CLARKSTON – WP’s Cross Country team kicked off their season with a 2.6 mile Asotin XC Island Run at Chief Timothy park in Clarkston, Wash. on Sept. 13. “Being the first race of the season – and ever for some runners – we didn’t set a lot of expectations. More...

Lady ‘Dawgs Open Season with Tough 5-Set Loss
Dayton opens season at Clarkston Jamboree

DAYTON – Dayton’s Lady ‘Dawgs kicked off their volleyball season with a Jamboree in Clarkston on Sept. 8, and a hard-fought, fiveset loss to Weston-McEwen on September 9. Coach Shannon Turner says the team is playing well early in the season. More...

DAYTON ATHLETES HIT THE FIELD

Zach Wagner advances the ball for Dayton in their 5-2 winover Ukiah at home on Saturday. More...

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