Senior runner wins event, sets conference time-to-beat
Saturday’s Summit Invitational track meet brought 12 teams from across central Oregon to Bend Saturday for one of the last major meets of the season before district and state championships later this month
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.
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.
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”.
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.
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.
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.
With a sweet thud, a 31-year-old track and field record fell on Tuesday.
Softball team needs to play up to 5A No. 2 ranking; baseball looks for focus with playoff hopes on the line
The Hood River Valley High School varsity girls softball team, ranked No. 2 in the OSAA Class 5A level, hopes to prove that its worthy of such high recognition when the Eagles meet the Hermiston Bulldogs in a Columbia River Conference noon doubleheader Saturday at Westside Elementary.
Big improvement all around was the theme Tuesday after Hood River Valley High School varsity girls tennis team’s narrow loss to Pendleton. Assistant coach Justine Ziegler said, “We saw huge improvements in every one of our girls. They were on a whole other level yesterday and played absolutely beautiful tennis out there.”
Horizon Christian School snapped a six-game losing streak Tuesday, with a 12-11 win against the LaSalle Prep junior varsity in Milwaukie.
Hood River Valley High School heavyweight Brandon Dominguez got retribution over the weekend at the Oregon high school Greco-Roman and Freestyle Wrestling Championships. After a disappointing district result earlier this year in which he failed to qualify for the OSAA state championships, Dominguez, a senior, earned All-America honors by winning a state Greco-Roman title Sunday and finishing second in the freestyle tournament on Saturday.
Hannah Bergemann brings home USASA gold
After winning the girls combined Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association state freestyle title this winter, Hannah Bergemann traveled last week to the USA Snowboard and Freeski Association National Championships at Copper Mountain, Colo.
Hood River Valley High School boys and girls golf teams had tournament play Thursday; the boys hosted a Columbia River Conference preview event with The Dalles-Wahtonka, Hermiston and Pendleton while the girls traveled to Pendleton for a tournament of their own.