The Hilanders’ Emma Robertson and Madison Winn both won gold medals and helped the Burns girls track team to a fourth-place finish at the OSAA 3A State Track & Field Championships held May 24-25 in Eugene.
The Harney County High School Rodeo team hosted a doubleheader rodeo on May 18-19 at the Harney County Fairgrounds.
The Crane track teams competed in back-to-back meets Friday and Saturday, May 10-11.
On Friday, May 3, the Sisters Outlaws came to town and thumped the Nadzitsaga-Harney lacrosse team 15-2.
The Burns Hilanders swept Umatilla, 7-2 and 10-0, on Friday, April 19, to improve to 3-0 in Eastern Oregon League (EOL) play.
On Saturday, April 6, the Hellgate, Mont., Knights returned the favor from last season and defeated Nadzitsaga-Harney on its home turf with a 12-6 victory.
The Burns Hilanders hosted the Spring Thaw baseball tournament March 26-28 and came away with a 1-2 record after the three days of action.
Crane’s basketball, wrestling and dance teams were honored at the winter sports awards ceremony Wednesday, March 20.
Girls head basketball coach Stub Travis introduced this past season’s team and presented the High Desert League (HDL) and team awards.
Named to the HDL All-League first team were Corrigan, Landon and Hannah Maupin. Steeves was selected to the second team and Glennie Milburn and Clark received Honorable Mention.
Head wrestling coach Dave Doman recognized his team and presented the special awards. The Most Improved award was given to Clay Duckworth. Lamborn took home the Most Inspirational award, and Wyatt Clark was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler.
Dance team coach Debbie Titus introduced the dance team and presented the Coach’s Award to Chrissy Moon.
The Most Improved award went to Landon, and Quinton Nyman was named Most Inspirational. Miller then announced that the entire team would receive the Most Outstanding award for coming back after a 2-6 start to finish in the top eight of all 1A teams in the state.