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"This was a race that required a lot of guts, lots of hills and a brutal 80-meter climb up to the finisher's chute," W-M coach Jeremy Dobos said. "Our team was up to the challenge."
Once the TigerScots got the hang of playing two men down, they lengthened a 7-6 first-quarter lead over the Pirates with a big second quarter to roll to a 43-6 victory over Riverside on Friday, Oct. 15.
"This was a great volleyball match," TigerScots coach Shawn White said. "Unfortunately our rally came up just short in the fifth set, but we showed a tremendous amount of heart and effort. I am extremely proud of how we just kept competing and got better and better as the night progressed."
"We played well in spurts, and Heppner always does a great job of playing defense and forcing you to play well," TigerScots coach Shawn White said. "It was a good win for us tonight."
"Despite that formidable obstacle every one of our kids set a new personal record today," TigerScots coach Jeremy Dobos said. "Granted we're a pretty young team, and it won't happen often, but it's great when everybody can walk away claiming that caveat."
Weston-McEwen scored four first-quarter touchdowns and rolled to a 41-8 Special District 5 football victory over Irrigon on Friday, Oct. 8.
Weston-McEwen’s volleyball team snagged a sweeping victory over Pilot Rock here on Tuesday, Oct. 5, 25-13, 25-12, 25-11, nudging their season win total into double digits at 10-7.
Alex McIntyre led Weston-McEwen's cross country runners at the Pasco Big Cross Invite on Saturday, Oct. 2.
"Great win tonight on homecoming week," TigerScots coach Shawn White said. "After a week of events and late nights, getting a win over Heppner in Heppner on Tuesday and following it up with a win against Enterprise tonight was a great week for us."
"We played two of the top five teams in the state today, and while we suffered two three set losses, we showed considerable improvement during the day," TigerScots coach Shawn White said. "Our second match with Stanfield, we were in all the sets and very close to winning them."
Weston-McEwen’s volleyball team fell to Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) here on Monday, Sept. 20, 25-16, 25-18, 25-19, dropping to 7-4 on the season.
Weston-McEwen opened up its Blue Mountain Conference football slate with a dominant 36-0 victory over Umatilla on the TigerScot field on Thursday night, Sept. 16.
Charli King was 15-of-6 serving for the TigerScots with three aces, 11 digs and 12 assists, while teammate Addie Perkins was 12-of-12 serving with an ace, eight digs, five kills and eight assists, Genevieve Robinson made 13 kills, a block and eight digs.
Weston-McEwen's Alex McIntyre placed second in the boys 5,000 meter run Friday during the Runner Soul Cross Country Fest at Big River Golf Course.
Weston-McEwen's volleyball team dropped matches to Grant Union and Vernonia before defeating host Heppner at the Heppner Tournament on Saturday evening, Sept. 4.
The party began early for Weston-McEwen football fans at the TigerScots' field for the season-opener against Culver here on Friday night, Sept. 3, a 43-6 victory over the Bulldogs.
Weston-McEwen's volleyball team played in a tournament here on Tuesday night, Aug. 31, winning all three pool play matches and then a best-of-three finale over Irrigon.
Weston-McEwen's volleyball team won a pair of matches at the Grant Union Tournament here on Saturday, Aug. 28.
The TigerScots first survived a four-set battle with Dufur (25-19, 25-21, 22-25, 25-18), and then toppled Imbler for a sweep (27-25, 25-20, 25-14).
The Pirates used to 20-2 run in the third quarter to Friday's season finale out of reach.
Matched up against a bigger school, Umatilla, the Weston-McEwen High School girls basketball team held its own early on with the score tied 11-11 after one quarter. But the TigerScots, of Class 2A, struggled keeping pace with 3A Umatilla the rest of their game, and came away with their fourth straight loss in a 50-26 rout.
The Weston-McEwen High School boys basketball team jumped out to a 9-4 lead over Umatilla after one quarter Monday in Athena, but the Vikings dominated the rest of the game and wound up handing the TigerScots a 63-44 loss.
Blane Peal scored a team-high 14 points for Weston-McEwen at home Thursday, Aiden Wolf added 11, and the TigerScots knocked off Grant Union 63-53.
The Weston-McEwen High School girls basketball team went to halftime only trailing Stanfield by six points Wednesday in Athena, but the host TigerScots continued to struggle scoring the rest of the game, and they came away with a 47-24 loss.
The Weston-McEwen High School boys basketball team rallied to erase a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter, and then edged Stanfield in overtime for a 58-55 victory Wednesday in Athena.
Heppner handed Weston-McEwen's high school boys basketball team its third straight loss Monday in Athena with a 72-34 defeat.
A scoreless second quarter against undefeated Heppner put Weston-McEwen's high school girls basketball team in a hole it would never climb out of Monday in Athena, and the TigerScots ended up with a 46-15 loss.
The Weston-McEwen High School boys basketball team came out strong Friday in Athena, but once Pilot Rock took over in the second quarter, the TigerScots were on their way to a 59-44 loss.
A late fourth-quarter rally lifted Weston-McEwen's high school girls basketball team to its first victory of the season Thursday in Pilot Rock, where the TigerScots erased a double-digit deficit to down the Rockets 34-33.
Weston-McEwen's boys basketball team overcame an early deficit to play to a 45-38 victory over Irrigon here on Tuesday, June 1.
Weston-McEwen's girls basketball team held a 25-21 halftime lead over Irrigon here on Tuesday, June 1, but the visitors rode a 15-point third quarter to take a 38-30 victory over the TigerScots.
A dismal start to the second half Friday in Athena set up Weston-McEwen's high school boys basketball team for a 58-39 loss to Riverside.
Bailey Munck scored a game-high 12 points for Weston-McEwen's high school girls basketball team Friday in Athena, but the TigerScots still remained winless this year as Riverside handed them a 33-23 loss.
Weston-McEwen's football program had a pizza party on Tuesday, May 25, celebrating its selection as the Oregon Schools Activities Association (OSAA) Class 2A Team of the Month for April.
Weston-McEwen's high school girls basketball team lost 34-24 at Grant Union on Monday.
Weston-McEwen's high school boys basketball team won 61-53 at Grant Union on Monday.
Weston-McEwen athletes claimed medals in seven of 13 events entered during state track and field competition Saturday in Union, Ore.
The Weston-McEwen High School girls basketball team lost its season opener 55-24 here in Heppner, Ore., on Friday.
The Weston-McEwen High School boys basketball team lost its season opener 58-46 here Friday in Heppner.
Weston-McEwen's high school softball team finished its 2021 season with back-to-back losses to Grant Union in their doubleheader Saturday in John Day, Ore, falling 10-0 and then 16-1.
Weston-McEwen's high school baseball team settled for a split with Grant Union here Saturday, winning the first game of their doubleheader 3-2 before dropping the season finale 13-5.
McLoughlin High's tennis teams hosted Weston-McEwen on Tuesday, May 11, with the Pioneers winning both the girls and boys matches, 4-1.
Pilot Rock's high school baseball team used late rallies to take both ends of a doubleheader against Weston-McEwen on Tuesday in Athena, beating the TigerScots in the opener 11-7 and then the second game 5-2.
Stanfield routed Weston-McEwen High School's softball team 14-4 on Monday in Athena.
The Weston-McEwen High School girls tennis team edged Ione 3-2 in a dual Monday in Athena.