Hawks fall 5-4 in penalty kicks to North Clackamas Christian, face Damascus Christian Friday for third place
A four-goal effort by Horizon soccer lead scorer Quinn Roetcisoender wasn’t enough to lift the Hawks over the North Clackamas Christian Saints in a 1A semifinal playoff game played in Oregon City Monday.
Hood River’s venerable Orchard Lanes would like to extend a great big welcome to league bowling newcomer Jacque Long, who earned the top spot on the team of the week.
HRV football falls to Mountain View, faces tough contest with top-ranked Summit in home finale Friday
One of the HRV football team’s last, best chances to grab a win this season failed to materialize Friday night as the Eagles (0-8, 0-6 Special District 1) fell to a motivated Mountain View Cougars (5-3, 3-3) squad that was fighting for a postseason berth. The Cougars used a productive third quarter to pull away from HRV, defeating the Eagles 40-13 in Bend.
Despite torrential downpours and high-wind gusts that lead to cancellation of high school sports transportation the weekend before last, the Mount Hood Pony Club (MHPC) competed at the Oregon Equestrian Center for the annual Oregon Region Show-jump rally, and brought home impressive results.
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Eagles bounce back and throttle Gresham
HRV water polo experienced a rare double loss Monday at Reynolds. The girls lost 12-11 in sudden death, double overtime. The boys fell 14-11 in regulation.
Professional endurance runner Jax Mariash Koudele of Hood River became the female champion and fourth overall finisher at the Global 4 Deserts race series stop in Chile (known as the Atacama Crossing) on Oct. 8. The Chile stop is the fourth of five for Koudele this fiscal year to become the first woman in the world to complete the series Grand Slam Plus.
Senior Night sparks flew during the Eagles’ final home game of the regular season Tuesday at Henderson Community Stadium, where the top-ranked HRV boys soccer team (11-0-2, 5-0 Columbia River Conference) defeated No. 5 Hermiston (9-3-1, 3-2) 4-2.
It took a late effort by senior midfielder Mona Diaz to put the Eagles over the top, but for the seventh season in a row, the HRV girls soccer team has won the Columbia River Conference title, shutting out Hermiston 1-0 Tuesday evening on the road for the honor. It was HRV’s sixth consecutive win.
Last week, legendary local bowler Len Hickman turned the clock back.
The Horizon Christian soccer team is all set to play North Clackamas Christian in the semifinal round of the championship bracket of the 1A playoffs.
The HRV volleyball program just finished up one of its most successful regular seasons in school history on Tuesday, defeating The Dalles in four sets in Hood River.
Eagle volleyball took on The Dalles Tuesday in what was Eagles’ Senior Night (results too late for press time), and is looking ahead to its first playoff game, at home on Oct. 29. It earned home court advantage last week by winning the Columbia River Conference title.
The weather and the playoff picture remain a bit cloudy for the Horizon Christian School Hawks soccer team.
The fight remains in the winless Hood River Valley High School Eagle team, and they gave one to Pendleton Friday.
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