The Hood River Valley High School boys water polo team clinched a spot in the state championships with a win over Hillsboro last week.
Mt. Hood Meadows and the Hood River County School District have partnered to provide every fifth grader in the district a day of physical education on the mountain.
Bowling league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes was smoking hot last week! Five scratch 700 series were rolled and seven bowlers finished up 100 pins or better over their three game sets.
The HRV football team’s slim chance at obtaining a playoff berth was reduced to none over the weekend thanks to the Redmond Panthers, who pummeled the Eagles’ defensive line with an unstoppable ground attack that gave the former Intermountain Conference team a 48-20 victory during HRV’s homecoming game Friday night.
The Horizon Christian soccer team clinched a berth in the championship bracket of the 1A playoffs on Monday.
Fall is here and the Mount Hood Snowboard Team is gearing up for another season of competition and travel that culminates at USASA Nationals in Copper Mountain, Colo. The kids compete in half pipe, bordercross and slopestyle competitions.
Middle school winter sports registration help Oct. 19
Registration for Community Ed youth basketball programs is open now. Opportunities are available for grades 1-8.
The HRV boys water polo team has typically spread around the scoring fairly well this season, but that was not the case this past week.
Eagles then fall to Ravens in nonleague game
The HRV girls volleyball team has again won the Columbia River Conference, repeating the team’s performance in 2015 when the Eagles took the conference title — the first for HRV in 27 years.
Heading into the last part of the season, HRV girls soccer is improving and finding its identity
After a pair of losses right before the start of the league schedule, the HRV girls soccer team has been on a roll lately, scoring 15 goals over the past three games, while only giving up one.
After six consecutive seasons of winning the Columbia River Conference, the HRV boys soccer team has largely outgrown the smallest league in 5A, developing rivalries with nonconference 5A powerhouses like Wilsonville, Woodburn, Summit, and Hillsboro while rolling CRC’s Pendleton and The Dalles.
Sports briefs for Oct. 8.
There were bunches of big bowling scores in last week’s league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. We can’t remember if the team of the week has ever racked up so many pins like this one did — a total of 4,000 pins from each bowler’s scratch series plus their handicap may be a record for a five-person team. It’s definitely an indicator of some mighty fine bowling, which means our bowlers are getting comfortable with our new synthetic lanes!
Halfway through the season, the HRV football team is on the outside looking in when it comes to the playoff hunt.
The HRV boys water polo team (6-2) rebounded from a rough loss to Parkrose last week with an 18-7 win over Centennial.
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