Sports briefs for Aug. 10.
Bridge of the Gods Run returned for its third year on Sunday.
The 2016 fall sports season is just a few weeks away from starting at Horizon Christian and the school will have a new athletic director to go with it as well.
The Hood River Valley Swim Team (HRVST) “tore up the pool” at the 11 and over state swimming championships held at Mt. Hood Community College this past weekend, said Head Coach Shelly Rawding. “With 80-percent personal best times achieved, the team has much to be proud of.”
Sports briefs for Aug. 6.
Get some taco fun at Jackson Party Wednesday.
The beach at the Port of Skamania in Stevenson was crowded with spectators and kiteboarders alike all last weekend, who came from around the Gorge, around the country, and around the world to take in the 16th Annual Bridge of the Gods Kite Fest.
Hood River gets a lot of attention when it comes to wind and water sports in the Gorge, but the city of Cascade Locks is no slouch either, particularly when it comes to sailboat racing.
Sebastian Barajas, a 2016 Hood River Valley High School graduate, medaled in both the shot put and the discus events at the USA Track and Field Junior Olympic National Championships held last week at Sacramento State University in Sacramento, Calif.
The popular Buoy 10 salmon fishery at the mouth of the Columbia River opened to Coho and Chinook fishing Aug. 1, with another strong return of nearly one million fall Chinook predicted.
Fall sports registration is underway; Mind over Mountain adventure race Aug. 6 at Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort; Post Canyon 50K and Half Marathon
Growing program headed by Kellie Dunn for the girls team, Dave Robinson for boys
Over the past four years, the Hood River Valley High School water polo team has quickly grown from a handful of athletes who struggled to win games to a team of more than 40 players who have state tournament experience.
July has come and gone, and what a windy one it was! Looking back at the iWindsurf records shows that there has been wind every single day. The least windy day, so far, still gusted to 20 mph. Even with a little bit of heat to finish off the month, there still appears to be enough wind to call it a prefect month!
traffic to Lost Lake may be impacted
Summer is the season for road maintenance and construction projects in the Mount Hood National Forest, and this year is no exception.
The Hood River Valley Swim Team had four swimmers compete at the Oregon Swimming Speedo 10 & Under Swimming Championships last weekend in Albany.
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