The first two games in Mid-Willamette Conference play revealed a stark reality for Dallas’ boys basketball team.
When freshman Hans Garrison joined Dallas’ swim team, it was a moment he had waited years for.
The 2016-17 season was an up-and-down ride for Central’s girls basketball team.
INDEPENDENCE — In each of the past two seasons, Central’s boys basketball team took a 4-5 record into league play — leaving players looking for a breakthrough. “We’ve been that team that’s .500 and trying to get that big win,” coach Tim Kreta said.
DALLAS — Dallas’ wrestling program has a history of excellence, and so far, the Dragons have lived up to that history.
INDEPENDENCE — Prior to the start of the girls basketball season, Central junior Mariah Hyre decided to shave her head.
PERRYDALE — Prior to the start of the boys basketball season, coach Brian Domes wasn’t sure how his team would shape up.
MONMOUTH — Basketball has always held the key to Demetrius Trammell’s future. “It was my way into college,” Trammell said. “I remember my dad telling me if I wanted to go, I needed a scholarship.”
When Tina Paul retired as manager of Dallas Aquatic Center on Nov. 30, she knew it was the right time.
For lifelong friends Nicole Turner and Kymmie Mills, 2017 was time to cheese it up. Turner and Mills are co-owners of The Speak Cheezy food truck.