May 17, 2013
May 17, 2013
The Hood River Boys 5-6 Select lacrosse team, the Fire Hawks, won its division of the Sisters Annual Lacrosse Invitational Tournament last weekend. The Hood River boys went undefeated in the tournament, winning three games to qualify for the championship match later that evening against an experienced Lincoln squad.
Hood River Dynamos U-10 boys team recently completed FC Portland’s Spring Development League undefeated, with a record of 6-0-1. For most of the players, the season was their first experience playing competitive club soccer against larger club organizations, such as Westside Timbers, Lake Oswego Soccer Club, Willamette United and FC Portland.
The final high school pitching performance by Horizon Christian School’s Jake Wells on Saturday turned out to be his best. Wells, one of two seniors on the Horizon roster, tossed a one-hitter in a 3-1 win at Irrigon in the Hawks’ season finale. Wells also had two hits, scored a run and knocked in another on a 90-degree day in Eastern Oregon.
Horizon Christian School doesn’t have the numbers to challenge for the boys or girls Big Sky Conference district track and field team titles, but the Hawks do have some individual athletes bidding for state meet berths.
Hood River Valley High School varsity girls lacrosse hosted Sheldon Monday night in the first round of the Oregon Girls Lacrosse Association state playoffs.
Scottie Ziegner breezed through the first three rounds of the Special District 1 tennis tournament over the weekend in Sunriver before dropping the next two to finish fourth overall and secure a qualifying round match Thursday in the opening round of the OSAA State Championships.
Byers’ three-hitter, home run leads Eagles to victory over The Dalles
The Hood River Valley High School varsity softball team has relied on its rock solid defense (2.95 runs allowed average) all season to help pull out victories. In the team’s final Columbia River Conference regular season softball contest Friday afternoon, the team combined that same tough “D” with a potent offensive attack (16 hits) to defeat league rivals, The Dalles Wahtonka, 7-2.
Eagles beat No. 2 ranked TDW in last league game
There couldn’t be a better way to prepare for the postseason than getting a win against one of the best baseball teams in the state.
Rodriguez breaks 27-year school record as HRV track and field chases CRC titles
In a format that rewards saving the best for last, Hood River Valley High School track and field athletes are preparing for what is essentially the only contest that really matters since the beginning of the season.
Five young Hood River wrestlers competed in recent Freestyle and Greco Roman state championships. Leading the way Noah Wachsmuth, who took state titles at 80 pounds in both freestyle and Greco Roman disciplines. The Hood River Middle School sixth-grader went undefeated in nine matches, allowing only three points to be scored against him.
Hood River Valley baseball and softball teams traveled to Hermiston Tuesday to take on the Bulldogs in the last road game of the regular season. The girls had a tough 2-0 loss against the Columbia River Conference’s No. 2 team to move their league record to 3-8 and their position to third in the conference with one win more than The Dalles Wahtonka.
HRVHS must win, score eight goals and hold Wilson Trojans to two or less goals to make playoffs
The result of Monday evening’s 6:30 p.m. home game against Wilson will determine whether the Hood River Valley High School varsity boys lacrosse team calls it quits for the season or moves on to the Oregon High School Lacrosse Association state championship.