With only one week left in the regular bowling season of the fast-paced, high-scoring Wednesday night Fraternal league at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes, three teams are still in the race to win the third round. So, let’s do the math, just like they do on TV, and get a sharp pencil.
Sports correction, Horizon golf team improves, Boys tennis team takes down Pendleton again, and Hood 2 River Relay June 4
HRMGA tourney results; HRVHS Cheer tryout meeting April 27; HRV track athletes sign with colleges; Boys lacrosse’s Alex Ellifritz signs with Notre Dame de Namur; Payton Rigert signs with University of the Cumberlands
E&L Auto Parts won the championship of the Monday night Industrial League at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes last week, beating Hood River Supply 19-11.
HRV beats Grant, 12-2, was scheduled to play league-leading OES Friday
The HRV girls lax team has been oddly consistent in most of its victories this season.
Eagles baseball slugs its way to 11-5 win over Pendleton
The offensive adjustments made by HRV this season continue to pay off for the Eagles, who beat Pendleton for the third time in four days on Tuesday, routing the Buckaroos 11-5 in Pendleton and winning the season series.
The HRV boys tennis team played Pendleton on Wednesday and the Eagles picked up their second league win of the season, beating a shorthanded Buckaroos squad 6-2.
HRV defeats Pendleton 3-2
Putting last week’s doubleheader loss to Pendleton behind them, the Eagles used a big sixth inning in Pendleton Tuesday to defeat one of the top teams in 5A softball by a score of 3-2.
HRV defeats Pendleton in both games of a doubleheader
The No. 4 Eagles had one of their biggest tests of the Columbia River Conference season on Saturday, playing their perennial rivals, the No. 19 Pendleton Buckaroos, Saturday in a doubleheader.
Eagles drop both games of league doubleheader with Buckaroos in Hood River
The Pendleton Buckaroos’ reputation as heavy-hitters preceded them in Saturday’s doubleheader with No. 15 HRV in Hood River, and though the No. 4 Bucks didn’t put up a ton of offense against the Eagles, they put up enough.
They may not have been able to catch Oregon Episcopal School in the Portland League lacrosse standings, but the Eagle girls continued to put more distance between themselves and other teams in the league this Friday after rolling Cleveland for the second time this season.
One of the best starts in the history of the HRV boys lacrosse program was finally interrupted Friday night by the Sherwood Bowmen (7-4), who handed the Eagles (7-1) their first loss of the season.
Under sunny skies and warm temperatures, the HRV track and field team dominated the annual Blossom Invitational in Hood River Friday, with both the girls and the boys teams outpacing the competition to take first place overall in the meet.
Horizon Christian School also competed at the Blossom Invite and a few of the Hawks made into the top five in their respective events.
Eagles defeat Redmond in eight innings and play Pendleton in a doubleheader Saturday at noon
The Eagles softball team has seen some high and low points in a challenging nonleague schedule, which came to an end Wednesday with HRV eking out an eight-inning, 6-5 win over Redmond in Hood River.
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