May 24, 2013
May 24, 2013
HRV Baseball, softball teams battle head-to-head with The Dalles
The Hood River Valley High School varsity softball team played to a 3-0 win and a 4-1 loss on the road Saturday against The Dalles-Wahtonka.
Weekend race in Hood River, Wasco counties
The 2013 Rally America National Championship comes to the Gorge May 3-5 in the annual Oregon Trail Rally stage of the racing series.
Oregon Trail Rally, Round 3 of the Rally America National Championship, comes to Portland, Hood River and Dufur May 3-5.
Hood River Valley High School varsity girls tennis traveled to Hermiston Monday for a makeup meet against the Bulldogs; an earlier-scheduled meeting between the two teams was canceled due to bad weather
Boys and girls teams face must-win stretch of season
A hard-fought but disappointing 12-10 loss at home Tuesday against the Central Catholic Rams and a 9-5 win Thursday at Cleveland puts Hood River Valley High School varsity boys lacrosse in a tight spot as the regular season quickly comes to a close.
Hershey’s Track Meet Saturday; Eagle youth soccer camp; Competitive Youth Soccer Tryouts; Dry Hollow Vineyard hosts Home At Last 3K/5K benefit ; Hawks baseball loses close game
Hood River Valley High School Track and Field went head to head against The Dalles-Wahtonka Tuesday afternoon on Eagle-Indian turf. Highlights below include a new school record in the discus, set by freshman Sebastian Barajas, with a distance of 149’8”.
57 teams start local Little League season with positive energy
Hood River native Raquel VanNatta stepped up to the mound at Jim Winters Memorial Field, took aim at niece Madelynn Trujillo’s glove and tossed the opening pitch of the Little League season on a sunny Saturday morning surrounded by more than a dozen teams from the Hood River township.
The Hood River Valley High Eagles baseball team faced the No. 3-ranked team in the state Saturday in a doubleheader matchup versus the Hermiston Bulldogs in which the outcome was crucial to their goal of being a top contender for the Columbia River Conference title.
For the last several weeks, I’ve been preparing for trout season. Of course, there has been no small amount of encouragement; our two boys (I mean young men; sons Wade and Blake are now 20 and 23), remembering all the fun we had last year reminded me they’d like to go again
Varsity girls split Saturday doubleheader with Hermiston
In order to stay in the running for the Columbia River Conference title, the Hood River Valley High Eagles softball team faced a must-win situation in Saturday’s home doubleheader versus the Hermiston Bulldogs.
Columbia Gorge Racing Association started in the 1990s as a group of friends who came to Cascade Locks in the summer to sail dinghies and hold impromptu races they dubbed “bush regattas.”
In recent Fraternal league at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes, Nancy Asai continued her blistering assault on the sticks with another out-of-body performance on the lanes. She led all scoring for men and women in league action for the second week in a row with a nifty 725 three-game series that was capped by a prodigious 299 game. To quote the great Yoda, “Oh, so close to perfection, that second game was.”
The Gorge Roller Girls All-Star team is traveling north this weekend to represent the Gorge in Spokarnage: A roller derby tournament.
HRV girls beat Central Catholic at home, boys pound Rex Putnam on the road
Taylor Cramer and Lydia McElderry scored four goals each to lead Hood River Valley High School boys and girls lacrosse teams to victory Wednesday evening against squads from Rex Putnam and Central Catholic. The boys went on the road to Milwaukie to face the 5A Kingsmen of the Northwest League while the girls hosted the Rams in the second meeting between the two Portland League schools.