Vactions are a perfect time for some adventure

Vactions are a perfect time for some adventure

One of the great joys of traveling is experiencing new things

Big second half lifts Ravens past Cowboys

Big second half lifts Ravens past Cowboys

After holding Ridgeview to just 10 first half points Crook County falters in the second half of...

Cowboys finish second at Officials Tournament

Cowboys finish second at Officials Tournament

Mountain View wins tournament, while Crook County edges Culver for second

Cowgirls well represented on all-state team

Cowgirls well represented on all-state team

Jennifer Roth and Abby Smith both named first team all-state

Visiting the Garden Island

Visiting the Garden Island

The oldest of the Hawaiian Islands,Kauai is a beautiful, but rugged tropical paradise


Prineville's Sports

December 09, 2016

Ridgeview Ravens roll to big lead, defeat Cowgirls 51-23

by Lon Austin
Ravens run out to an 11-1 lead in the first quarter en route to their first victory of the year
LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Keenan Mozingo drives to the basket against Ty Horner. Mozingo finished with four points as the Cowboys lost to the Sisters Outlaws.
December 06, 2016

Cowboys blasted by Outlaws

by Lon Austin
Sisters scores 25 points in big second quarter as they roll past Crook County 68-34
LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Crook County senior Paige Kump goes up for two of her four points during the Cowgirls'; loss to the Sisters Outlaws on Friday.
December 06, 2016

Cowgirls fall, 41-21, to Sisters Outlaws

by Lon Austin
Crook County leads after one quarter, before offense goes cold


SUBMITTED PHOTO - Hardy Myers, Jr.
December 05, 2016

Hardy Myers, Jr.

by Pamplin Media Group
October 25, 1939 - November 29, 2016 Hardy Myers, J r . - - b e l o v e d husband, father, and grandfather, and dedicated public servant--died peacefully November 29 at Providence Portland…
LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Thaiden Mullan splits a pair of Burns Highlander defenders on his way to the basket. Mullan led all players in scoring with 15 points, but the Highlanders came from behind late in the game to take a 43-41 win over the Cowboys.
December 02, 2016

Highlanders defeat Cowboys

by Lon Austin
Burns rallies in fourth quarter to take close win over Crook County
December 02, 2016

Cowgirls fall, 64-21, to Highlanders in season opener

by Lon Austin
Crook County struggles offensively as the host Burns Highlanders run away to an easy win
LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Chase Baughman, Garrett Bernard and Devin Bishop fight for a rebound during a drill in the first week of winter practice. The Cowboys play their first game Wednesday, Nov. 30 against Burns.
November 29, 2016

Cowboys look to rebuild after missing playoffs last year

by Lon Austin
Cowboys basketball team has mix of experience and youth on roster
November 29, 2016

Cowgirls strive to be competitive in league contests

by Lon Austin
After winning just two games a year ago, the Cowgirls have nowhere to go but up
November 25, 2016

Cowboys look strong in preseason scrimmage

by Tony Ahern
Fundraiser, which features tri-tip dinner, helps fund travel to premiere meet
PHOTO COURTESY OF MAKAYLA LINDBURG - Former Crook County High School stars Kaki Morehead  (left) and Makayla Lindburg (right) stand with the trophy that Eastern Oregon University won for winning the Cascade Collegiate Conference volleyball championships. Morehead, who is the coach at Eastern Oregon, was named coach of the year, while Lindburg was an honorable mention all-league selection.
November 22, 2016

Morehead, Lindburg receive conference honors

by Lon Austin
Kaki Morehead receives her third consecutive coach of the year award

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Nov 22, 2016

After disappointing season, Cowboys have hope for the future

by Lon Austin
Varsity team finishes with just one win, but both JV and freshmen teams end season with winning records
Nov 18, 2016

Cowboys ready for season with wrestle-offs

by Lon Austin
CCHS wrestlers look to continue championship run despite young team
Nov 18, 2016

Young Crook County team finishes season on a high note

by Lon Austin
Two Crook County Cross Country athletes medal at state meet
Nov 18, 2016

Cowboys come up just short, miss out on post season play

by Lon Austin
The Crook County High School boys soccer team will lose seven players to graduation
Nov 15, 2016

OSAA begins reclassification process

by Lon Austin
The OSAA's first draft of potential realignment proposes a major shift in leagues, especially in the central and eastern portion of the state
LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Crook County High School defensive specialist Mallory Hall, a senior, passes the ball during one of the Cowgirls' final matches at Crook County. Hall was selected honorable mention all league. Senior Libero Aspen Christiansen, left, and sophomore Mekynzie Wells back Hall up on the play.
Nov 15, 2016

Cowgirls come up just short in state finals, still have great…

by Lon Austin
Crook County finishes the year with a 43-4 record, including wins over many of the top Class 5A and 6A teams in the state
LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Trinity Templeton was selected to the Tri-Valley Conference second team. The senior midfielder was one of just two Cowgirls on the all-conference team.
Nov 15, 2016

Cowgirls continue to struggle to score goals in one-win season

by Lon Austin
Crook County finishes last in the Tri-Valley Conference despite having seven seniors on roster
LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Jennifer Roth signs her letter of intent to the University of Hawaii Hilo. The outside hitter, who led the Cowgirls to second place at the recent Class 4A state championships, will receive tuition, books, room and board at the university, which competes in the NCAA Division II Pacific West Conference.
Nov 15, 2016

Jennifer Roth signs letter of intent with University of Hawaii…

by Lon Austin
Crook County senior earned first team all-tournament honors at state as well as being named league most valuable player
Nov 11, 2016

Lord's Acre Run greeted by perfect weather

by Lon Austin
Winners in each age group earn whole pies, while all finishers got a slice of pie for their effort
LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - The Crook County High School volleyball team celebrates after winning a key point in the third set of the state finals match. The Cowgirls lost the match to the Sisters Outlaws. Pictured are left to right Maddie Kussman, Rylee Troutman, Jennifer McCallister, Abby Smith, Aspen Christiansen and Mekynzie Wells.
Nov 08, 2016

Cowgirls fall to Outlaws in state finals

by Lon Austin
Crook County battles to the end, but comes up short as Sisters wins state championship in four sets After rolling through the first three rounds of the state volleyball playoffs, the Crook…