HRV boys soccer grabs third win of the season; Cascade to Crown Sept. 26; HOF golf tourney Saturday
HRV puts up 500 total yards of offense in 46-20 road win, plays Ridgeview Friday in HR
Utilizing an explosive offense and a suffocating defense, the No. 15-ranked Hood River Valley High Eagles (2-0) overwhelmed the Madison Senators (0-2) 46-20 in a 5A nonleague game Friday at Portland’s Madison High School. For a second straight week, the high-flying Eagles recorded a dominating victory, which followed a 54-12 season opening home win Sept. 4 over Woodburn.
On Saturday, the HRV girls and boys water polo teams participated in a jamboree tournament at Sam Barlow High School.
The Juanita’s Brewers baseball team recently concluded a successful season in the Portland Northwest Independent Baseball League, where the club placed fourth out of 18 semi-pro teams.
Tuesday’s 1-1 result is the HRV Eagles’ first tie since the 2013 season
The HRV boys soccer team didn’t exactly get the result it was looking for in Tuesday’s home opener against Hillsboro, where the Eagles remained on even footing with the Spartans throughout the majority of the game, which ended in a 1-1 draw.
Horizon Christian School’s co-ed soccer program had a successful season last year, finishing with an 8-1-1 record in 3A/2A/1A Special District 6 and advancing to the state title game.
Hood River County had a representative at the Oregon Horse State Fair in Salem this summer, held August 27-30.
Jessica DeHart participates in Africa cultural exchange; Hoedown to support Cooper Spur Race Team; Fire closure area reduced for Mt. Adams
After beating St. Helens last week, HRV beats Reynolds and Putnam on the road this week
The HRV girls soccer team is on a roll, winning three in a row to start the season including two games this week.
The Carson National Fish Hatchery will hold its 17th Annual Kids Fishing Day on Saturday, Sept. 12.
HRV runs wild in its home opener against Woodburn, racks up 464 yards of offense in 54-12 romp
For its first game of the season, the HRV football team couldn’t have asked for much more.
The Hood River Valley High School boys and girls water polo teams are both hoping to continue the success they had a year ago and maintain a positive atmosphere with their optimistic outlook for this season.
State park fire ban eased; Tennis court fundraiser tourney Sept. 18-20; Gorge Roller Girls intake
Nothing makes me happier than the thought of the fishing adventure that includes not only the catching of a big, beautiful salmon or steelhead, but its proper cleaning, filleting and cooking. To me, and perhaps you, enjoying a meal consisting of fresh fish is the perfect culmination of any fishing adventure.
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