Five races and over a million kilometers later, Jax Mariash Koudele is a world champion.
Eagles drop home-opener in defensive nonleague game with Sandy
For the HRV girls basketball program, there’s pretty much nowhere to go but up.
Sports briefs for Dec. 3.
Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort officially opened this past weekend.
Winter sports officially get underway this week for both Hood River Valley High School and Horizon Christian School.
Last weekend, the Hood River Valley Swim Team Osprey swam in Astoria at the Fall Chinook Open. The team had eight individuals who won at least one event. The following are the tops swims for the Osprey — all distances are in yards.
Jeremy Bloom was sure “in the zone” last week in 10-pin bowling league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes.
For many people, especially longtime Gorge windsurfers, Bart Vervloet probably needs no introduction. He’s been active in the Gorge windsurfing and local recreation scene since the mid-1980s and has been a resident of the area for just as long.
Booster Club fundraiser at Springhouse Nov. 29; Hood River’s John Jackson receives first team All-Conference football honors at Middlebury
After a busy offseason, snowfall allows the resort to open three lifts Friday
Mother Nature teased powder hounds with an early-season snowfall in October, but now that the snow is falling in earnest on Mount Hood, ski resorts are preparing for limited openings this weekend.
Returning Horizon coach getting players ready for Nov. 30 season debut
The Horizon boys high school basketball team’s “new” head coach is feeling right at home at the Hawks Nest, and likely hasn’t had too much of a learning curve when it comes to running drills and getting acquainted with this year’s roster.
Hood River Supply won Round 1 of the Monday night Industrial League at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes by literally steamrolling their competition. They won by a huge 29.5-point margin.
Henderson Community Stadium saw one more football game this season Friday night: an interclass rivalry between the female members of Hood River Valley High School.
Fishing, clamming and crabbing will be free in Oregon Nov. 25-26
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife encourages Oregonians to start a new family tradition during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend — take the family fishing.
Shaiyan Brittle stormed into the bowling limelight in Hood River last week.
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