A promising start in the first quarter wasn’t enough for the HRV boys lacrosse team to overcome Oregon Episcopal School Friday in Hood River, who bested the Eagles, 15-5, after HRV relinquished a three-goal lead it had built at the start of the game.
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Eagles softball swept in close contests during Friday’s road doubleheader
In its push to the playoffs, Hood River Valley was looking to make significant headway last Friday in a softball doubleheader against The Dalles/Dufur — a team one spot ahead of The Eagles in the Columbia River Conference standings.
Horizon Christian’s track and field team has its final regular season meet Saturday in Arlington to prepare for the May 16 Big Sky district championships in Moro.
It seems hardly a week has gone by this season without the track stars at Hood River Valley School smashing some school record, and this past week was no different.
After going down 6-0 in the first inning, Eagles score 11 runs in the 10th to defeat Bulldogs, 19-9
For the second time in a week, the HRV Eagles (13-6 overall, 5-1 Columbia River Conference) were pushed into extra innings by their opponent. And for the second time in a week, the Eagles were able to battle back and win the game, but Tuesday’s road win over the Hermiston Bulldogs (8-9 overall, 1-5 CRC) was anything but ordinary.
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The Eagles golf squad had a home tournament Wednesday at Indian Creek Golf Course against Pendleton, The Dalles, and Hermiston.
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Eagles softball rallies and wins both games of doubleheader in Hood River
At first, it looked like the Hood River Valley Eagles might suffer yet another defeat at the hands of a league opponent, and might find themselves on the outside looking in at the playoffs.
After resounding 11-1 win, Eagles hangs on for 4-3 victory over Bulldogs in second game
HRV baseball continues to tally up its wins in the Columbia River Conference after having a productive weekend against Hermiston during a home doubleheader, taking down the Bulldogs 11-1 in the first game, and fending off a late rally to win the second frame, 4-3.
The weather was less than ideal for athletes during Saturday’s Summit invitational in Bend, but that didn’t stop HRV athletes from producing some of their best efforts of the season.
Horizon Christian’s track and field team entered the final third of its season by competing in two invitational meets this past week, Thursday with 11 other teams at St. Paul and Saturday in the 26-team Portland Christian Invitational
Eagles hold off Buckaroos, 2-1 in Hood River; go up 2-1 in the season series against league opponents
There may not have been much offense to speak of from either team, but Tuesday’s home game between the Hood River Valley Eagles and the Pendleton Buckaroos still provided plenty of excitement.
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