On Thursday night in Hood River, the HRV girls lacrosse team got its third-straight win of the season with another blowout victory, this time at the expense of the Wilson Trojans, who lost 16-2 to give the Eagles their most decisive victory of the season.
HRV had one of its toughest losses of the season Thursday, losing to the Sandy Pioneers by one run in a game that went into extra innings after the Eagles had built a four-run lead.
After having not much time on the courts in preparation for the 2016 season, the HRV girls tennis team enjoyed ideal conditions Tuesday afternoon for its home-court debut against their neighbors to the north, the Columbia Bruins.
The Eagles track and field squad enjoyed some unseasonably warm temperatures and some equally unseasonably-good times (and throws… and jumps) at HRV’s home debut against Hermiston Tuesday afternoon.
The Eagles returned this week from their successful spring break trip down to Arizona and resumed their winning ways in their first game of the week, handily defeating the 4A Gladstone Gladiators on the road.
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The Eagles returned from spring break this week and struggled in their first contest, getting shutout by Gladstone, currently ranked as one of the best 4A teams in the state.
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The HRV girls lacrosse team had its first home game of the season Monday night and made it a memorable one, easily defeating the Cleveland Warriors, 13-2, at Henderson Community Stadium.
Last week, the ERS (Excavation Rental Supply) team won the third round in the Monday night Industrial League at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. ERS has been dominant all season, leading the league in total wins by a huge 49.5-point margin over the next best team. They not only just won Round 3, they also won Round 2.
Hood River Valley High School senior Payton Rigert can now officially call herself an All-American.
Dafne Schippers, a Dutch track and field athlete and world champion stopped by Hood River last week, visiting the crew at Shortt Supply.
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A talented roster and a good start has HRV Head Coach Matt Luchsinger thinking a deep playoff run is in store for boys lax
The HRV boys lacrosse team had a solid season in 2015, culminating in the team’s first-ever Cascade Cup championship win — a tournament comprised of the bottom 16 Oregon boys lacrosse teams that did not get into the regular playoff tournament.
The bowling season is nearing its exciting and frenetic close at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. We’re down to the wire in the Monday night Industrial League, with only one week remaining in Round 3.
Perhaps a good indicator of how well the HRV baseball team is playing this year is how well the Eagles did at their annual trip down to the Phoenix, Ariz., metro area for the Coach Bob Invitational, where HRV played some very competitive teams from Colorado, Arizona, and California
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