Now or never for HRV girls soccer
For the HRV girls soccer team, it’s now or never.
There’s no stopping this HRV girls water polo team right now.
Volleyball ended their regular season Tuesday night on the road against The Dalles.
The HRV boys water polo team had a tough task on their hands Monday.
Although the Eagles are still ranked second in OSAA standings, the 1-1 tie on the road on Tuesday against Hermiston doesn’t sit well with the team and could be a factor in whether or not they win the CRC title.
Sports briefs for Oct. 21.
Kegler's Corner for Oct. 21.
At this point in the season for the HRV football team, “there’s nothing to lose now,” said Head Coach Caleb Sperry. “We just have to go out there and have fun playing the game we love.”
For a third meet in a row, the HRV cross country team impresses with outstanding individual performances.
There’s no cooling down the HRV girls soccer team.
The HRV girls soccer team has been on a tear in their last six matches.
HRV volleyball played Tuesday night in a game that was nothing like their other 17 this season.
The Horizon Hawks soccer team had won two games in a row before their matchup with Southwest Christian, currently ranked 10th in 3A/2A/1A standings, on Wednesday.
As of late, the HRV boys soccer team has struggled and at times have played “ugly,” said Head Coach Jaime Rivera, but they currently remain in first place in the 5A OSAA rankings after their 2-1 win over The Dalles on Tuesday, Oct. 10 and their 10-0 home win over Pendleton on Thursday.
In hockey, it’s traditional to select three stars at the end of each game. Last week we had four bowling stars in league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes who comprise our vaunted Team of the Week.