GALLERY: Ontario at Vale boys basketball with senior night

GALLERY: Ontario at Vale boys basketball with senior night

The Ontario Tigers pulled out a 1-point victory over Vale on the Vikings’ senior night on Tuesday. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)

GALLERY: La Grande at Ontario wrestling

GALLERY: La Grande at Ontario wrestling

The Ontario wrestling team celebrated senior night with the visiting La Grande Tigers.

GALLERY: Calhoun Classic

GALLERY: Calhoun Classic

Teams from Adrian, Nyssa, Ontario and Vale were in Nyssa Friday and Saturday for the Calhoun Classic.

GALLERY: Nyssa at Ontario girls basketball

GALLERY: Nyssa at Ontario girls basketball

The Tiger girls open the season with a 48-42 overtime win over the Nyssa Bulldogs Wednesday night in Ontario.

GALLERY: Ontario at Nyssa volleyball

GALLERY: Ontario at Nyssa volleyball

Playing for county supremacy, the Tigers downed the Bulldogs 3-0 in volleyball action Tuesday, Oct. 10.

GALLERY: Crosby Invitational

GALLERY: Crosby Invitational

Runners from Ontario, Nyssa, Vale and Adrian joined Weiser, Payette and Middleton on Thursday, Oct. 5 at the Crosby Invitational on the campus of Treasure Valley Community College.

GALLERY: Nyssa Invitational

GALLERY: Nyssa Invitational

Some action from the Nyssa Invitational ran Wednesday, Sept. 13. Catch full results of the race and an interview with a Nyssa runner hoping to return to the state meet

GALLERY: Nyssa at Ontario girls soccer

GALLERY: Nyssa at Ontario girls soccer

Some action from Tuesday’s soccer match between the Bulldogs and Tigers. Ontario took the victory, 8-1.   (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)

GALLERY: Ontario Football Jamboree

GALLERY: Ontario Football Jamboree

The Enterprise knew fans could not wait until season openers this upcoming Friday. Here is some action from the Ontario Jamboree featuring the host Tigers, the Nyssa Bulldogs, the Vale

GALLERY: Jerome at Ontario boys soccer

GALLERY: Jerome at Ontario boys soccer

The Ontario boys soccer team starts the season 2-0 after taking wins over Fruitland and Jerome. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)