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home : sports February 6, 2016


Equestrians swing into the saddle
Sisters OHSET athletes are ready to step into the saddle for another season of Oregon High School Equestrian Team competition. Sisters is part of the large (19 schools) Central District, stretching from The Dalles-Wahtonka in the north, Lakeview in the south, and Baker in the east. Central Oregon forms the western boundary of the district.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Outlaws schuss in slalom race
The Sisters High School Alpine Ski Team had their second slalom race of the season last Saturday at Mt. Bachelor.

The Outlaws boys team ranked seventh out of 13 teams competing. Individual placings were Sam Lewis, 31st; Lachlan Wood, 34th; and John Banks, 39th.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Girls basketball has tough week
The girls basketball team lost both their games this past week and dropped to a 2-3 record in league play. Sisters fell 32-25 to the Tigers at Junction City (JC) on Tuesday, January 26, and at home three days later were defeated 40-23 by the Elmira Falcons.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Wrestlers host dual meet
The Outlaws lost 52-22 in a dual meet against Cottage Grove at home on Thursday, January 28.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Boys basketball splits two on the hardwood
The Outlaws split their games on the hardwood this past week, to give them a 2-3 record in the Sky-Em League. On Tuesday, January 26, Sisters lost 45-33 at Junction City (JC), but three days later bounced back to record a 57-49 win at home against Elmira.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Is heading the ball safe?
One of the key questions raised in the discussion over the prevention and treatment of youth concussions is whether or not it is safe to head the ball in soccer.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Running commentary
When I heard that elite runner Lauren Fleshman would be making an appearance at Sisters Athletic Club (SAC) last week, I was not sure what the focus of her presentation would be.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Boys basketball splits games
The Outlaws started their week with a 48-38 loss at home to Cottage Grove (CG) on Wednesday, January 20, but bounced back two days later to post a 51-38 road win at Sweet Home.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Lady Outlaws win two on the hardwood
The Lady Outlaws had a great week on the court, notching two wins in league play, to bring their record to 2-1.

Sisters defeated Cottage Grove 33-30 at home on Wednesday, January 20, and two days later recorded a 52-25 road win at Sweet Home.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Nordic skiers take on XC Oregon challenge
The second race of the 2016 Nordic ski season brought noticeable improvement among the members of the Outlaw team at the XC Oregon Invitational at Mt. Bachelor on Saturday, January 23.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Outlaws wrestler Darst takes first at Madras
The Outlaws wrestling squad finished fifth (165 points) out of 10 teams who competed at the Madras Invitational on Saturday, January 23. Mt. View took first place (212 points), Summit was runner-up (184 points) and Bend took third with 176.5 points.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Nordic skiers begin competitive season
Unlike the past two seasons with scarce snowfall, the 2016 high school Nordic ski season got off to a good start with plentiful snow and scores of participants at the Teacup Race held near Mount Hood on Saturday, January 9.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Life-skills kids enjoy a night of hoops
A night of close games, great sportsmanship, and cheerful enthusiasm from the athletes and the players was exactly what Head Coach Josh Nordell intended when establishing Project Unify in Sisters.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Alpine skiers race in white-out
Winter conditions were blustery for the Sisters High School Alpine Ski Team's first slalom race of the season. High winds, blowing snow, and soft snowpack made the course "a rodeo," according to Head Coach Greg Ausman.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Outlaws Lacrosse prepares for its 12th season
Lacrosse players in Sisters Country are getting their gear ready for the start of another season - the 12th season since the fastest-growing high school sport in America came to town.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Outlaws matmen compete in Oregon Wrestling Classic
Sisters Outlaws wrestling team attended the school's first-ever Oregon Wrestling Classic (OWC), which was held Friday and Saturday, January 15-16, at the Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center in Redmond. The Classic is the largest wrestling tournament on the West Coast, with over 91 teams and over 3,000 participants in attendance.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Common sense and courtesy on the winter trails
Last year's poor snow year was a disappointment for many local skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers. So, with plenty of early snow this year, winter sports enthusiasts are flocking into snow country in big numbers. With that in mind, a few simple guidelines can make the experience more enjoyable for everyone.
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Wrestlers compete at Bend Invitational
The Outlaws wrestlers competed at the Bend Invitational on Saturday, January 9. Bend High took top honors with a first-place finish (315.5 points), Mt. View was runner-up (240 points), and Summit took third with 178 points.

Sisters finished eighth.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Sisters squeaks by Redmond for basketball win
Sisters battled hard in their road game against Redmond on Friday, January 8, and through toughness and team chemistry were able to walk off the court with a 51-50 victory.
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Girls play close game against Panthers
The Lady Outlaws battled hard in the second half on the road against the Redmond Panthers, but came up four points short in the 52-48 loss on Friday, January 8.

It was a tough first two quarters for the Outlaws, and as teams headed into halftime Sisters was down by 10 with a score of 27-17.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

















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