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HRV boys soccer draws with Hillsboro in home debut

Tuesday’s 1-1 result is the HRV Eagles’ first tie since the 2013 season

The HRV boys soccer team didn’t exactly get the result it was looking for in Tuesday’s home opener against Hillsboro, where the Eagles remained on even footing with the Spartans throughout the majority of the game, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

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Horizon Christian soccer program focuses on team building for 2015

Horizon Christian School’s co-ed soccer program had a successful season last year, finishing with an 8-1-1 record in 3A/2A/1A Special District 6 and advancing to the state title game.

Sports Briefs for Sept. 12

Jessica DeHart participates in Africa cultural exchange; Hoedown to support Cooper Spur Race Team; Fire closure area reduced for Mt. Adams

Eagle girls soccer starts season with three wins in a row

After beating St. Helens last week, HRV beats Reynolds and Putnam on the road this week

The HRV girls soccer team is on a roll, winning three in a row to start the season including two games this week.

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Eagle football keeps Bulldogs on short leash

HRV runs wild in its home opener against Woodburn, racks up 464 yards of offense in 54-12 romp

For its first game of the season, the HRV football team couldn’t have asked for much more.

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HRV water polo teams expecting another successful season

The Hood River Valley High School boys and girls water polo teams are both hoping to continue the success they had a year ago and maintain a positive atmosphere with their optimistic outlook for this season.

HRV girls water polo competes at Jay Rowan Jamboree in Redmond

The Hood River High School girls water polo team traveled to Redmond, Aug. 28-30 to complete in the Jay Rowan Water Polo Jamboree. A total of 14 high schools represented boys, girls and co-ed teams in the event. The Jamboree had the top three state finalists for the boys and three out of four state finalists for the girls.

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HRV girls soccer looks to continue its winning ways

Eagles defeat the St. Helens Lions, 3-2, in home opener Thursday afternoon

The girls soccer program has dominated the Columbia River Conference for the past several years and coach Kevin Haspela, who is in his sixth year coaching the team, expects the Eagles will stay the course in 2015.

Sports Briefs for Sept. 5

Boys soccer wins season opener; Afternoon fishing restored; more

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Young team, playoff dreams for HRV volleyball

Eagles sweep Redmond Panthers in home opener Wednesday evening

It’s been nearly three years since the Hood River Valley High School volleyball team last made the playoffs and in the past two season, the team hasn’t won more than a total of seven games, according to News archives.

Sports Briefs for Sept. 2

Rural Rampage Sept. 13; Cross-Channel Swim Sept. 7; Grominator skate Sept. 19; Gorge Kids Tri is Sept. 20

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Scrambled Legs and Achin’: HRV runners take fourth in Portland-to-Coast run

The HRV Cross Country team completed Portland to Coast High School Challenge last weekend.

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Eagle football opens with Jamboree

Dylan Peterson (2) of the Hood River Valley varsity squad loses his helmet during a gang tackle against Summit during Friday’s football jamboree at Henderson Stadium.

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HRV Soccer Preview: Eagles confident they’ll reach finals a third straight year

The defending OSAA Class 5A boys soccer state champion Hood River Valley High Eagles have advanced to the state finals the last two years. The Eagles, guided by sixth-year head coach Jaime Rivera and assistant Felipe Rayo, have another talented squad again this season and they’ll be seeking to return to the state championship game for a third straight year.

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Experienced roster bolsters HRV football playoff hopes

Having a talented group of 17 seniors is just one reason that the Hood River Valley High football team could enjoy some success throughout the 2015 season.