Hood River’s Chantelle Carter is heading next week to the Silver State International Rodeo in Winnemucca, Nev., for the second year in a row, where she will compete against some of the best riders in North America.
HRVHS Swim team results, Oilers work on first win.
Team has close first game of doubleheader against Tualatin’s Horizon Christian, plays Gladstone Wednesday at home
Two teams seeking their first summer league win met in an American Legion Single A baseball game Monday as the Carson Oil-sponsored Hood River Oilers hosted the Horizon Christian Hawks of Tualatin at Hood River Valley High School’s Traner Field.
Members of the Hood River Valley baseball team traveled to Corvallis this past weekend for the end-of-the-season Reser’s All-Star Series held at Oregon State University’s Goss Stadium.
It’s been a banner year for Hood River Valley High School athletics: the Eagles have won state titles, produced individual state champions, received numerous coaching awards, and most importantly, have some pretty intelligent, hard-working athletes to boot.
Hood River Valley High School recently celebrated its 49 three-sport athletes, who are busy competing all school year long for the Eagles.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN— The rule prohibiting excessive contact in high school basketball has been expanded to include all ball-handlers on the court, include post players.
Eagles hold opponents scoreless in playoffs; defeats Liberty 2-0
Not Dallas. Not Putnam. Not Pendleton. And finally, not even No. 1 Liberty.
HRV outlasts LaSalle Catholic College Preparatory, 11-10, in brutal cup matchup in Hillsboro on Saturday
The HRV boys lacrosse have been crowned the Cascade Cup kings, defeating LaSalle Catholic College Preparatory, 11-10 at Hillsboro Stadium on Saturday, winning the first cup in HRV history.
Eagles off to the finals
For the second time in as many years, the Hood River Valley Eagles baseball team is heading to the OSAA 5A State Championship game, ousting the Pendleton Buckaroos in a gutsy, 1-0 semi-finals game that bore witness to more than a few nail-biting moments during its eight innings.
Eagles defeat Cougars, 19-10; will play LaSalle Saturday in Cascade Cup final
The HRV boys lacrosse team is heading to its first-ever Cascade Cup finals, thanks to a high-octane third and fourth quarters that more than made up for the team’s sluggish start against the Canby Cougars Wednesday evening in Hood River.
Handball tourney raises $2,500 for Lila May; HR 7/8 girls lax heading to state; Event site now closed to kiteboard launching/landing
The HRV boys lacrosse team received its first true test Friday on its quest to win the school’s first-ever Cascade Cup, erasing a two-goal deficit and holding in check a furious late rally by HRV’s opponent, the Grant Generals, whom the Eagles defeated, 12-8.
Eagles beat the Putnam Kingsmen, 4-0 to set up semifinal showdown with CRC rival Pendleton
The HRV Eagles defense once again put on a masterful performance Friday evening in Hood River, defeating the Putnam Kingsmen, 4-0, to get their second consecutive shutout of the post-season — the only team in the 5A playoff bracket to shut out an opponent at all, let alone twice.
Baseball to host Dallas May 27; Handball tourney May 30; Ziegner’s run at state tourney ends in quarterfinals
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