Here are the winners of the recently completed Hood River Women’s City bowling tournament held at Orchard Lanes:
HRV baseball’s offense explodes in rout of Mountain View; HRV softball falls to Tigard; Girls tennis squeaks by Parkrose; Boys tennis loses to La Salle
Girls take third and boys take first, along with breaking some records, at Sandy Invite
It’s been a good season so far for the HRV boys and girls track teams and Saturday’s invitational at Sandy High School showed there are no signs of that letting up.
HRV defeats Liberty, 14-3
The HRV girls lax team bowled over yet another opponent Friday night, defeating Liberty 14-3 in a nonleague game and continuing what has been a stellar start to the season for the Eagles.
Great league start: HRV girls took down Pendleton Buckaroos Wednesday.
Win over Wilsonville: In a season where HRV has seen more than its fair share of games decided by a single run, Wednesday’s game with Wilsonville was a welcome departure from that trend.
Lincoln High School proved to be a tough opponent for HRV last week.
For the second time this season, a top-ranked 4A team got the better of the No. 13 Eagles.
The HRV golf team hosted Columbia River Conference teams, along with Goldendale, at Indian Creek Golf Course for a match Wednesday morning and afternoon.
It may be summer-like weather here in Hood River, but the winter recreation season is still in full-swing up at Mt. Hood Meadows
Eagles get a pair of gutsy one-point road wins in games at Canby and Clackamas
It may be only four games into the season, but the HRV boys lacrosse team is already on a roll, winning all four of its contests, including two hotly-contested away games late last week that were decided by just a single goal.
Last week’s bowling action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes spotlights the fireworks in the Monday night Industrial League, where its Elite Eight bracket matches took place in their championship tournament.
Prior to a nonleague softball game against the Hood River Valley High Eagles, the Mountain View Cougars probably felt confident about their chance to get a win on April Fool’s Day. Mountain View had home field advantage and a more experienced squad with six seniors.
It was another meet filled with good weather and good times as HRV faced off against six other schools at the East County Classic meet held at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham on Saturday.
The Horizon Christian School boys and girls track team is looking to build on its breakout 2015 season and continue the trend of faster times and bigger numbers that the young program has been seeing year after year.
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