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The Crook County Cowboys took care of business Tuesday afternoon as they rolled past the Henley Hornets 13-6 to reach the Class 4A quarterfinals, where they'll play at No. 1 Scappoose on Friday.

On Friday, the Crook County Cowgirls had to wait out a lengthy delay due to lightning, but in the end the wait was worth it as the Cowgirls rolled past Junction City, 18-7, in their play-in game, earning a berth in the first round of the stat…

Crook County finished in third place in the Tri-Valley Conference baseball standings, and will host Klamath Union in a state tournament play-in game on Friday at 4 p.m.

The Crook County Cowboys and the Madras White Buffalos started play Tuesday in the final Tri-Valley Conference game, a big matchup to determine third place and a home play-in game for the winner or a road play-in game for the loser.

Although they did not have the depth to compete for the team championship, the Mitchell/Spray Eagle Loggers had a solid showing on Wednesday at an invitational meet in Prineville, earning a pair of firsts as well as a handful of second-place …

The Crook County High School baseball team scored a pair of wins this past week, defeating The Dalles 8-6 on the road on Wednesday, before rolling past Molalla 10-2 at home on senior night Thursday.

Playing at home on senior night Thursday, the Crook County Cowboys took control in the first inning and led throughout, taking a 10-2 victory over the Molalla Indians in Tri-Valley Conference action.

Both the Crook County High School boys and girls golf teams won their regional tournaments and have earned berths in the state championship which will be held Monday and Tuesday, May 15-16 at Trysting Tree Golf Course in Corvallis.

The Crook County High School track and field squad had a pair of meets this past week, competing against Bend and Ridgeview on Wednesday in Redmond, then participating in the Secure Storage Summit Invitational in Bend on Saturday.

The Tri-County Rodeo Club hosted the penultimate Oregon High School Rodeo Association rodeo of the regular season Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Crook County Fairgrounds.

The Crook County Cowboy baseball team went 2-1 on the week, rolling past Molalla 12-2 on the road Monday, edging No. 2-ranked Gladstone 6-5 on Wednesday in Prineville, before falling to Estacada 7-5 on Thursday to close out the week.

The Crook County Cowboys overcame an early deficit to edge the No. 2-ranked Gladstone Gladiators 6-5 in eight innings Wednesday afternoon in Prineville.

The Crook County Cowgirls and the Madras White Buffalos split their tennis match on Tuesday in Prineville, with both teams winning four matches.

New York Catcher Yogi Berra once famously said, “It ain't over til it's over,” related to the Yankees being behind in a playoff series.

The Oregon High School Rodeo Association season is nearly over, with just two rodeos left prior to the state finals, which will be held in Prineville June 7-10.