BEND — On Friday, Hermiston had to travel back down to Bend where a week ago it suffered a 21-point loss. But there was something different in the air tonight, as the Bulldogs upset the favored Summit Storm. The 34-14 win put an end to the Storm’s (2-2, 1-1 Special District 1) league winning streak that started back in 2014, and gave the Bulldogs (2-2, 1-1 SD1) something to write home about. Things came together for Hermiston tonight, especially for junior quarterback Andrew James.
THE DALLES — On Saturday, Heppner traveled to The Dalles for the Bridgette Nelson Memorial Invitational Cross Country Meet just one day after facing a tough field in Umatilla. At the Footrace to Valhalla where Hermiston’s varsity boys and girls teams both won, the Heppner boys squad was the only Mustangs varsity team that managed to get enough points to place. The Mustangs finished the run Friday with 88 points for fourth place.
BOARDMAN — Oregon State Police reported a 26-year-old man was injured after being shot by a Morrow County sheriff’s deputy on the side of Interstate 84. State police did not identify the deputy nor the suspect in the initial release. The deputy at about 1:50 a.m. Friday stopped for a disabled vehicle on the westbound side of Interstate 84 near exit 164 for Boardman, according to state police. The deputy encountered a 26-year-old man with a firearm.
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