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Scio shines at Pacific Northwest equestrian

A pair of Scio High athletes participated in the prestigious Pacific Northwest Invitational Championships June 14-16 at Moses Lake, Washington.

The elite competition brought together the top five finishers in each event of the Oregon and Washington state meets.

Dylan Cate of Scio finished third in individual flags and eighth in steer daubing, while teammate Audrey Storms took third in dressage.

Earlier, Scio had finished 10th in the large team division of the Oregon High School Equestrian Teams state championships. The meet was held May 11-14 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond.

Officials for fall: The Oregon Athletic Officials Association and the Oregon School Activities Association are recruiting officials for the high school fall sports seasons.  

There is an immediate need for officials in football, volleyball and soccer. 

Becoming a high school official has several benefits, including staying involved in athletics, maintaining good physical condition and earning money, according to OAOA Executive Director Jack Folliard. 

“Oregon has an urgent need for officials in all sports,” Folliard said.  “Officials provide valuable service to high schools and students, make a positive impact in the community and build relationships.” 

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