Sports Briefs for Oct. 12

HRV water polo has great week

Hood River Valley High School water polo played to a 17-12 win at home Tuesday against Centennial and went on the road to challenge Reynolds Thursday, where they finished with a 16-7 loss –– a positive score given that Reynolds is one of the top 6A schools in the state.

The team travels to Sandy this weekend for a 5A conference tournament where it’ll play for a shot at the state championship tournament.

Harvest Hustle is Oct. 26

The Mid Valley PTO is hosting its sixth-annual Harvest Hustle fun run on Saturday, Oct. 26. The 5K and 10K run/walk will start at 9:30 a.m. at Mid Valley School, with a free kids run with Principal Dennis McCauley beginning at 9 a.m. Registration for the event is $10 in advance (pick up entry forms at Mid Valley school or by email at or $15 the morning of the event.

44Trails Association Party

No work involved in this trails party: Join the 44 Trails Association for an end of season party Oct. 17 at Double Mountain Brewing. The party, from 6-10 p.m., will celebrate the successful summer of trail work and will feature brainstorming and planning for the future. There will be a raffle ($5 per ticket) and silent auction fundraiser with items ranging from jerseys to complete bikes and gifts certificates from local businesses.

For details on the event and the 44 Trails Association see

HRATS work party Oct. 26

Hood River Area Trail Stewards are hosting a Post Canyon work party on Oct. 26. Volunteers should meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Family Man parking area to check in and get work assignments. Prizes, food and drinks will be provided. Workers should bring water, a helmet and tools useful for trail work (tools will also be provided). For details see

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