The HRV girls volleyball team got right back into it this week with their first contests of the season, and wound up with a 2-0 record after their first two games.
The Hood River Valley Eagles are hoping to build on the remarkable success they enjoyed a year ago, when they advanced to the Class 5A football state playoffs. The Eagles have an optimistic outlook and they’re hoping to duplicate their success in 2016.
Frosh home game canceled Thursday; Tennis Gala happens Sept. 15-17; HRMGA concludes season on Sept. 18
Hood River Valley High School senior Daisy Dolan holds her prize, a garden gnome, from Saturday’s cross country opening race at Wilsonville.
Coach Caleb Sperry (above) and his staff are busy prepping the 2016 Eagle football team for a new season.
Optimism feeds returning champs’ new season
The defending Columbia River Conference champion Hood River Valley Eagles volleyball team begins the season with a tremendous amount of optimism, while the squad is hopeful of continuing the momentum that they had a year ago.
Sports schedule update, Third Annual Uphill Challenge results, and Roy Webster Cross-Channel swim coming up
Volleyball, football, cross country, boys soccer, and girls soccer scrimmage next week; water polo the week after
Hood River Valley High School athletic teams have been enduring the hot weather all week in preparation for the start of the fall sports season that kicks off next week with some preseason scrimmages.
Uphill Challenge Saturday at Mt. Hood Meadows; Annual Naish Columbia Gorge Paddle Challenge going on this weekend; more
The Hood River Valley High School Hall of Fame Committee has made its selections for the 2016 class of athletes who will be inducted during next month’s Hall of Fame game and weekend celebration that runs Sept. 23 and 24 (see the end of the article for more information on those events).
The annual Blue and Gold night will return Friday, Aug. 19 .
Sports briefs for Aug. 10.
The 2016 fall sports season is just a few weeks away from starting at Horizon Christian and the school will have a new athletic director to go with it as well.
The Hood River Valley Swim Team (HRVST) “tore up the pool” at the 11 and over state swimming championships held at Mt. Hood Community College this past weekend, said Head Coach Shelly Rawding. “With 80-percent personal best times achieved, the team has much to be proud of.”
Sebastian Barajas, a 2016 Hood River Valley High School graduate, medaled in both the shot put and the discus events at the USA Track and Field Junior Olympic National Championships held last week at Sacramento State University in Sacramento, Calif.
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