Eagles fall to Timberwolves 61-42
As HRV continues gaining experience this season, the team got a good look at a productive offense Tuesday evening when the Heritage High Timberwolves from Vancouver, Wash., came to town.
Last year, there weren’t many games that the HRV girls basketball team had an opportunity to win. Of the team’s 19 losses throughout the 2015-16 season, only three were by margins of 10 points or fewer.
The recent U.S. Masters meet held on Nov. 19 at the Hood River Aquatic Center saw three records fall from the books.
Horizon’s string of home games continued Tuesday with matchup against Life Christian, but unlike the team’s dominance during last weekend’s Hawk Invitational, Horizon struggled on their home hardwood against the Lions, falling 53-41.
The winter weather that arrived late this week has resulted in numerous cancellations of varsity high school sporting events that were scheduled for both Hood River Valley High School and Horizon Christian School
Eagles get first win of the season with a big 66-37 pasting of the Redmond Panthers
Like the girls basketball team, the HRV boys have had their fair share of struggles over the past 20 years or so, including last season, where the Eagles won just four games.
The first half of this season’s lively Tuesday Nite Mixed League at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes ended in a tie between Got Sand and You Can’t See Me with 25 points each. This unusual occurrence happened due to a big finish by the powerhouse Got Sand team, who made up a big chunk of ground last week by sweeping their opponents, taking all four points, while You Can’t See Me only got one point.
Team defeats Mitchell/Spray Eagle/Loggers, hangs tough with Top 10 Arlington Honkers
In their home opener, a vastly improved Horizon Christian High Hawks girls basketball team split two games in the Hawk Invitational Tournament Dec. 2-3 at Horizon Christian High School.
The HRV girls basketball team (1-2) already have a third of the wins they achieved in the 2015-16 season, defeating La Grande (0-2) by a score of 47-41 in the opening round of a tournament in Madras last weekend.
Five races and over a million kilometers later, Jax Mariash Koudele is a world champion.
Eagles drop home-opener in defensive nonleague game with Sandy
For the HRV girls basketball program, there’s pretty much nowhere to go but up.
Sports briefs for Dec. 3.
Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort officially opened this past weekend.
Winter sports officially get underway this week for both Hood River Valley High School and Horizon Christian School.
Last weekend, the Hood River Valley Swim Team Osprey swam in Astoria at the Fall Chinook Open. The team had eight individuals who won at least one event. The following are the tops swims for the Osprey — all distances are in yards.