A hot start to Columbia River Conference plays for the HRV softball team continued Tuesday with the Eagles’ third consecutive victory over the Hermiston Bulldogs, this time in an 8-2 decision on the road.
Boys tennis loses close one to TD
With the first round of Columbia River Conference play in the books, the HRV girls tennis team remains perfect, defeating The Dalles 6-2 Tuesday in Hood River to go 3-0 in conference matches and 6-0 overall in dual matches.
After a slow start to the season, the HRV girls lacrosse team has been rolling as of late, and extended their win streak to four with another commanding victory, this time over league opponent Wilson, whom the Eagles walloped 19-3 Tuesday evening at Westside Elementary.
League play starts Monday
The HRV boys lacrosse team ended their nonleague schedule on a high note Monday evening, teeing off on the struggling Wilsonville Wildcats (1-6) at the high school, winning 20-9.
The HRV boys and girls golf teams hosted their only match of the season this year, fitting in 18 holes between the rainclouds Monday at Indian Creek Golf Course in Hood River.
There was some talk around town, and amongst other 5A baseball teams, that this year’s HRV squad wasn’t going to be up to snuff. After all, the class that graduated in 2016 took plenty of talent with it.
The Eagles spent spring break down in Arizona for their annual appearance at the Coach Bob Invitational, and while the trip wasn’t successful in terms of wins — HRV went 1-3, including a frustrating 8-6 loss to tournament champion Boulder Creek (Arizona) that was cut short by lightning — Head Coach Erich Harjo said it was good for team chemistry.
For not having many outside practices, the HRV girls tennis team seems to be no worse for the wear as the Eagles kept rolling this week with crushing defeats of Pendleton on Wednesday and St. Helens on Thursday — both in Hood River.
HRV started out a back-to-back against league opponents Lincoln and Central Catholic this week with a tough 15-13 loss to the Cardinals Wednesday night on the road, but thankfully, the loss did not impact their league standings, as only the second game counts toward the Portland League table this season.
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ICMGA Red, White, and Black Tourney results; Horizon golf has home match at Indian Creek
Hood River Valley boys lacrosse team had a strong effort and nearly came up victorious in their home opener versus the Glencoe Crimson Tide.
Eagles softball team split four games at the Savannah Showcase tournament in Anaheim.
Hood River Water polo athlete Faith Ocheskey picked for National Team Selection Camp; Skyler Hunter named Big Ten Freshman of the Week; Annie Veatch named NWC Player of the Week; Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort hits 500-inch mark; Gorge Roubaix/Gravel Grinder this weekend; Paddling event April 15 raises money for families with cancer; and Fiona Wylde starts off season with podium finishes
The 24-second shot clock has been a staple of the National Basketball Association (NBA) since 1954, when it was first used in a game in Syracuse, N.Y., to ameliorate “stall ball” tactics that were slowing down the game and making it less enjoyable for fans. The National College Athletic Association (NCAA) introduced a 45-second clock in the mid-1980s and has reduced time periodically over the years — most recently a couple years ago when the NCAA bumped it down to 30 seconds.
Eagles sweep in sets, win 32 of 35 games
The girls varsity tennis team hasn’t seen much time on the courts this season, as the weather has forced practices indoors for almost all of the preseason, as well as the postponement of multiple matches.