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 By Rongi Yost    Sports & Rec 

Boys tennis wraps up district tournament

The Outlaws tennis team had two players, sophomores Dominic Pulver and Jack Murray, compete in the final two-day event of the Special District 4 Tournament, held at Prineville High School May 17–18. Pulver earned a fourth-place finish and w... — Updated 5/21/2024 Full story

 
 By Rongi Yost    Sports & Rec 

Girls tennis crowned District champions

The Lady Outlaws have retained the tennis crown. The girls tennis team turned in fabulous performances in the final two-day Special District 4 Tournament event held at Prineville High School on Friday and Saturday, May 17-18, and were crowne... — Updated 5/21/2024 Full story

 

Girls tennis sends six to next round

The girls tennis squad competed in the first round of districts held at the Columbia Basin Racquet Club in Richland, Washington, on Friday and Saturday, May 10-11. The team played well, and will send four singles players and one doubles... — Updated 5/14/2024 Full story

 

Boys tennis competes at district tournament

The boys tennis squad took six players to the first round of districts which was held Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11, at the Cascade Racquet Club in Richland, Washington. Dominic Pulver (No.1 singles) and Jack Murray (No. 3 singles) had... — Updated 5/14/2024 Full story

 

Outlaws face White Buffs on court

The Outlaws’ top two singles players won their matches against the White Buffs at Madras on Wednesday, April 24. Dominic Pulver (No. 1) entered the match with a lame shoulder that he injured at the Caldera Tournament the previous weekend, b... — Updated 4/30/2024 Full story

 

Girls tennis undefeated in conference play

The girls tennis team notched a 5-3 win over the White Buffs at home on Wednesday, April 24, in very cold and windy conditions. The win moved them to 4-0 in conference play. They are 12-5 overall with their only losses to much larger... — Updated 4/30/2024 Full story

 

Boys tennis ties in match against Madras

The boys tennis squad started their week with a 4-4 tie at Madras against the White Buffs on Tuesday, April 9. Two days later they fell 2-6 at Prineville. In Tuesday’s match against the White Buffs, the Outlaws swept in all four singles spot... — Updated 4/23/2024 Full story

 

Lady Outlaws singles tennis players dominate

The Lady Outlaws started their week with a 5-3 win over the Lady Buffs at Madras on Tuesday, April 9, and two days later Sisters finished in a 4-4 tie at home against Crook County. In Tuesday’s match against Madras the Lady Outlaws singles c... — Updated 4/23/2024 Full story

 

Sisters student earns his wings

On a chilly Friday morning earlier this month, an FAA examiner grilled Timber Bionda. Four hours and one flight later, he had earned his pilot's license. Then he had to get ready for school.... — Updated 4/23/2024 Full story

 

Outlaws matchup against The Dalles in tennis

In Monday’s match at home the Outlaws fought the wind the entire day and in the end fell 3-5 to The Dalles. Coach Vince Grace was out of town and girls Coach Bruce Fenn stepped in as coach. Dominic Pulver (No. 1 singles) started off slow, b... — Updated 4/9/2024 Full story

 

Girls tennis defeats The Dalles

The Lady Outlaws defeated The Dalles 6-2 at home on Tuesday, April 2, on a sunny, but very windy day. Despite the fact the Outlaws were without their No. 1 singles player, Juhree Kizziar, the singles players were dominant and won three of th... — Updated 4/9/2024 Full story

 

Girls tennis swings into season with convincing wins

The Lady Outlaws tennis squad took down Bend High 5-3 in their opening match of the season on Tuesday, March 12, and two days later beat Mt. View 7-1. In Tuesday’s match the Outlaws won all of their singles matches in straights sets. Juhree... — Updated 3/26/2024 Full story

 

Boys tennis team loses openers

The boys’ tennis squad lost both their opening matches this past week, a 0-8 loss at home against Crook County (CC) on Monday, March 11, and two days later a 1-8 loss at Mt. View. On Monday, the Outlaws played in cool weather on damp c... — Updated 3/26/2024 Full story

 
 By Jim Cornelius    News

Roundabout construction to begin

The long-awaited project to construct a roundabout at Highway 20 and Locust Street is set to get underway at the beginning of March. The project will start with moving the Sisters Elementary... — Updated 3/19/2024 Full story

 
 By Jim Cornelius    News

Roundabout project gets under way at east intersection

With a few ceremonial shovelfuls of dirt turned over, the US20/Locust Roundabout construction project is under way. City and county elected officials, Oregon Department of Transportation... — Updated 3/19/2024 Full story

 

Girls tennis seeks repeat as district champs

The girls tennis squad returns several players and hopes to repeat as the Special District 4 champions again this year. Leading the way will be senior Juhree Kizziar, who was undefeated in conference play last year, and was the No. 1 singles... — Updated 3/5/2024 Full story

 

Boys tennis readies for the season

The boys tennis team currently has nine players on their roster, but would love to add more so they can fill the slate. Players are fairly young and new to the sport, so it will be a building year for the Outlaws. Junior Jude Parzybok and... — Updated 3/5/2024 Full story

 

Grace takes reins as tennis coach

Vince Grace, a long-time resident of Sisters, has taken over the reins as the new head coach for the boys' tennis team. Grace recently retired from the U.S. Forest Service, but still... — Updated 2/27/2024 Full story

 
 By Jim Cornelius    Extra

Not today, Father Time!

I was out on a long ramble through the woods west of Sisters a few weeks ago when it hit me that I'd been doing this particular hike for 30 years. Against my will, that led to taking an... — Updated 1/30/2024

 
 By Ashlee Francis    Extra

The foot is the foundation of the body

The foundation of the body: The foot. The human foot consists of 19 muscles, 26 bones, 33 joints, and hundreds of ligaments and tendons. That is all in one foot! Each day, we stick little... — Updated 1/30/2024

 
 By Jim Cornelius    News

Roundabout set for March launch

Construction of a new roundabout at Locust Street and Highway 20 is still set to get underway in March 2024, Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) Central Oregon Region Manager Bob... — Updated 10/17/2023 Full story

 

In a pickle over court shortage

There are now 5 million pickleball players, or "picklers," in the United States, according to a recent report from the Sports & Fitness Industry Association. Pickleball, a mash-up of tennis,... — Updated 8/15/2023 Full story

 

Sisters salutes...

• Sisters Habitat for Humanity wrote: Thank you to the following companies and individuals who helped make Sisters Habitat for Humanity’s “Rock-the-Block” event such a big succe... Full story

 

Local pickleballers shine at Margaritaville tourney

Central Oregon players excelled at the 2021 Margaritaville USA Pickleball National Championships held December 6-14 at the famed Indian Wells Tennis Garden. The 25 tennis courts are... Full story

 

Fair encourages futuristic thinking

The Sisters High School commons buzzed with excitement on Saturday during the eighth-annual Sisters Science Fair. Students from all three Sisters schools showed off their educational... Full story

 

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