HRV defeats Pendleton in both games of a doubleheader
The No. 4 Eagles had one of their biggest tests of the Columbia River Conference season on Saturday, playing their perennial rivals, the No. 19 Pendleton Buckaroos, Saturday in a doubleheader.
Eagles drop both games of league doubleheader with Buckaroos in Hood River
The Pendleton Buckaroos’ reputation as heavy-hitters preceded them in Saturday’s doubleheader with No. 15 HRV in Hood River, and though the No. 4 Bucks didn’t put up a ton of offense against the Eagles, they put up enough.
They may not have been able to catch Oregon Episcopal School in the Portland League lacrosse standings, but the Eagle girls continued to put more distance between themselves and other teams in the league this Friday after rolling Cleveland for the second time this season.
One of the best starts in the history of the HRV boys lacrosse program was finally interrupted Friday night by the Sherwood Bowmen (7-4), who handed the Eagles (7-1) their first loss of the season.
Under sunny skies and warm temperatures, the HRV track and field team dominated the annual Blossom Invitational in Hood River Friday, with both the girls and the boys teams outpacing the competition to take first place overall in the meet.
Horizon Christian School also competed at the Blossom Invite and a few of the Hawks made into the top five in their respective events.
Eagles defeat Redmond in eight innings and play Pendleton in a doubleheader Saturday at noon
The Eagles softball team has seen some high and low points in a challenging nonleague schedule, which came to an end Wednesday with HRV eking out an eight-inning, 6-5 win over Redmond in Hood River.
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Eagles defeat Falcons, 17-5, to go 7-0
The road-weary HRV boys lax team couldn’t have asked for a much better homecoming Tuesday night, crushing the 1-6 Liberty Falcons by a score of 17-5, giving the Eagles their seventh win in their seventh game this season.
Eagles finish nonleague schedule with rout of Redmond, play Pendleton this Saturday at noon
So far this season, the players on the HRV baseball team have done exactly what has been expected of them by Head Coach Erich Harjo.
Four local wrestlers from Hood River’s Elite Edge Wrestling Academy went to Reno, Nev., last weekend to compete in the world’s largest youth wrestling tournament, the World of Wrestling Championships.
Befriending your teammates is an integral part of building a cohesive team, and there’s no better way to make friends than to go camping. On Friday night, we arrived in Newport and set up camp around our fire, met up and said our hellos and goodnights. In the morning, the team woke up to a delicious egg and bagel breakfast cooked up by the Sutherland family. Whipping up a batch of scrambled eggs for over 30 people is no small feat, so thanks were plentiful.
HRV defeats Putnam and Aloha to go 6-0
The HRV boys lacrosse team has continued unbeaten through the first three weeks of its nonleague schedule, defeating Rex Putnam and Aloha late last week to give the team its best start since the 2005 season.
Here are the winners of the recently completed Hood River Women’s City bowling tournament held at Orchard Lanes:
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