For seven years, Kevin Haspela has been the head coach of the HRV girls soccer program. And in those seven years, the Eagles have played the West Albany Bulldogs six times. They’ve lost five times, tied once, but never won.
HRV still searching for its first win after losing 12-6 heartbreaker in first league game
The Hood River Valley Eagles played their best football game of the season Friday against the Ridgeview Ravens in their Special District 1 opener Friday in Redmond. T
Eagles fall to 6A Liberty at Century tourney
After 11 games this season, the HRV volleyball team’s win streak was finally snapped on Saturday during a tournament at Century High School in Hillsboro, where the Eagles fell to 6A Liberty in the championship game.
The annual Skip Sparks Invitational in Hood River was a great opportunity for HRV cross country runners to show their stuff in front of a home crowd.
Nov. 16, 2013. That was the last time the HRV boys soccer team lost a game, playing Summit in the 5A finals, falling to the Storm, 2-0.
The HRV girls water polo team added another conference win to its tally Tuesday evening, easily defeating the Sandy Pioneers.
Eagles come from behind to take Buckaroos in five sets
Wins have been relatively easy to come by this season for the HRV volleyball team, cruising to victories in nonconference competition that left the Eagles with a 9-0 record and a 5A No. 1 ranking heading into Columbia River Conference games earlier this week.
Sports brief for Sept. 17.
They may have been in a larger classification, but the 6A Reynolds Raiders were no match for the HRV Eagles girls soccer team, who took the Troutdale team down, 10-3, thanks in large part to a strong second half.
Proving once again that they are a team on the rise, the HRV girls water polo squad scored another victory Thursday evening and though it was only the second contest of the season, it was a historic one.
Indicative of the incredible turnaround they’ve had since the 2014 season, the HRV girls volleyball team, fresh off another tournament win this weekend, are currently ranked as the best volleyball team in the state.
The year 2015 was a banner one for the Horizon Christian School co-ed soccer team, as the Hawks not only won the Special District 6 title, but also the 1A championship — a first for Horizon’s soccer program.
The growing pains for HRV’s young football team continued Friday night as the Eagles were on the wrong end of another lopsided game, this time against Reynolds High.
The 2016-17 league bowling season started last week at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. Most bowlers had to fight off considerable rust after being away from league action since last season ended four months ago and there was a fresh twist awaiting them: Brand-new, state-of-the art synthetic lanes.
The Horizon Christian volleyball team started its season last week with league contests against Dufur and Arlington.
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