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home : sports & recreation January 16, 2019

Lady Outlaws log two wins on hardwood
The Outlaws logged two wins last week to push their league record to 2-1. Sisters defeated Cascade 34-26 and brought down Woodburn 47-30.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Outlaws split tough league games
The boys basketball squad posted a 51-41 win at home over Cascade on Thursday, January 10, and a day later dropped their game against Woodburn in a final score of 48-35.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Outlaws swimmers getting faster
The Sisters Outlaws swim team members continued their assault on personal and season records at a dual meet versus Madras on January 12 at the Madras Aquatic Center.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Running commentary - Connect with yourself through running
I have often expounded on the mental-health benefits of running, and when I heard the term "mindfulness" for the 10,000th time in the last two years I thought it might be time to find out what the term means and how it might apply to my own life and those of the runners I know.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Swimmers splash into the new year
The Sisters High School swim teams broke into 2019 with solid performances at the Clemens Invitational, hosted by Philomath High School on Saturday, January 5.

The girls team was slightly short-handed during the Christmas break and competed only in individual events.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Skiers in first race of the season
The Outlaws fielded a girls and boys varsity team, as well as a JV boys squad in the Oregon School Ski Association's first race of the season on Saturday, January 5. The race was a giant slalom on the Cliffhanger run at Mt. Bachelor.

Snow conditions were dry and visibility was good. At the top of the course it was a bit windy and cold, but according to Coach Gabe Chladek those conditions helped the race course hold up well all day.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Lady Outlaws fall in league opener
The Lady Outlaws dropped their game at Newport against the Cubs on Friday, January 4, in a final score of 43-24. Sisters stayed fairly close the first two quarters, but the Cubs steadily pulled away in the second half and recorded the win.

At the end of the first quarter the Outlaws were down 18-7, and at the half had closed the gap to eight with a score of 23-15.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Outlaws win by one in league opener
The Outlaws posted a huge 51-50 road win in their league opener against the Newport Bulldogs on Friday, January 4. Due to the holiday school break, the team was able to head to the coast early, stretched their legs on the beach - and anticipated a very tough game.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Lady Outlaws host annual tournament
The Lady Outlaws hosted their annual Holiday Tournament, Thurs. through Sat., December 27-29. Sisters posted a win in their first game, then lost the next two. Banks took championship honors, Junction City was runner-up, and Molalla took third.
Monday, December 31, 2018
Outlaws second in Holiday Tourney
The Outlaws faced an excellent field of competition at their annual Holiday Tournament, Thurs. through Sat., December 27-29.

Teams included Henley and Mazama, two of the best teams from the Skyline League; Marist, who moved from 5A and is one of the top teams in the Sky-Em; Gladstone, (the No. 2 pick in the Tri-Valley); Estacada, also Tri-Valley; No. 1-ranked Banks (11-1) from the Cowapa Conference; and Cottage Grove.

Monday, December 31, 2018
Outlaws bring the mayhem to invitational tourney
Although just eight Outlaws were able to travel to the 11-team Molalla Mayhem Invitational on Saturday, December 22, they packed a lot of punch - and notched an individual gold medal. The Outlaws placed eighth overall with 108 points. Molalla took top honors with a score of 245, Vernonia was runner-up at 212 and Estacada took third with 199 points.
Monday, December 31, 2018
Oregon Adaptive Sports to host January 3 event
Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS) has been providing life-changing outdoor recreation experiences for individuals with all types of disabilities since 1996. The OAS staff, trained instructors and volunteers are certified to work with many disciplines of adaptive sports year-round.
Monday, December 31, 2018
Lady Outlaws struggle on hardwood
The girls basketball squad had another rough week on the hardwood, taking two more losses: a 54-29 defeat at Riverdale on Tuesday, December 18, and two days later a 55-27 loss at Culver.
Monday, December 24, 2018
Outlaws drop game against Burns
Sisters fell 52-55 to Burns at home on Friday, December 21, in a very tough matchup.
Monday, December 24, 2018
Wanted: Girls lacrosse coach
They have the equipment. They have the experience. Most of all, they have the desire to play. All the Lady Outlaws lacrosse program needs now is a coach.

Last season the girls program, which is a club sport administered through Sisters Park & Recreation District, performed well, making the playoffs and having a good time doing it. Unfortunately for the girls, their coach Mikaela Trott moved to North Carolina. So now they need to find someone to take the reins so they can get back out on the field.

Monday, December 24, 2018
The game's afoot at Sisters Saloon
Old-fashioned poker is heating up winter at Sisters Saloon. Traditional poker nights held in Sisters have been going on for more than 20 years. However, this year, a new poker instructor came to town - and he has increased attendance at Wednesday-night poker upstairs in the historic Sisters Saloon.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Outlaws basketball on a roll
The Outlaws posted a 53-40 win at Elmira on December 4 and a 64-24 win over La Pine at home two days later, which boosted their overall record to 3-1.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Swim team competes against powerhouses
The most recent challenge for the Outlaws swim team came in the form of going up against some of the best swimmers in the 5A and 6A ranks at the Bend High Swimming for Giving Classic held at Juniper Aquatic Center Saturday, December 15.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Sisters equestrian earns honors
Year-end banquets for equestrians present an opportunity to socialize and celebrate without the pressure of caring for their horses or prepping for a show. It's also a time to dress up a bit and turn up without hay sticking to one's clothing.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Running commentary
Winter weather has descended on Sisters Country, which can make outdoor running a challenge when things get icy and slick. Cold temperatures and long, dark nights can make staying in your cozy bed quite attractive - as opposed to putting on your winter running gear and heading out the door. A little extra motivation through some goal-setting and race planning always seems to help me through this season.
Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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