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.
After winning five of their last six to close out non-league play, the Eagles have not gotten the start to Columbia River Conference games they were hoping for, dropping their third straight game to Pendleton Tuesday evening.
Girls lax loses to Lincoln; Girls lax gets revenge against Grant; Barajas breaks his own record
Eagles boys and girls teams take first overall thanks to some stellar performances
Like blossoms in the valley orchards this year, the athletes of Hood River Valley’s track and field team are blooming early: posting top marks in the conference and the state, breaking school records, and winning meets in preparation for the district and state meets that are still about a month away.
Girls lax drops final nonleague game; HRMGA par 3 tournament results; more
Horizon Christian’s Salvador Ramirez and Hannah Kempf registered state-leading efforts at Friday’s sunny-drenched Apple Blossom Invitational track and field meet at Hood River Valley.
Competing for Elite Edge Wrestling Academy, Shaner is beating the best
Still fresh off his sixth-place finish at the OSAA state wrestling championships in late February, Hood River Valley High School freshman Jason Shaner has added another notch in his wrestling belt: standing on the podium at a national wrestling championship.
Eagles have 7-7 overall record heading into league games
Call them the comeback kids.
Junior Sebastian Barajas is continuing on his quest to become what HRV track and field coach Donnie Herniesen calls “the most dominant thrower in the history of HRVHS,” after breaking yet another school record, this time in shot put.
Depleted girls lax team edges Cleveland; Girls lax routs Central Catholic; HRV boys tennis defeats The Dalles, 5-3; Hawks golf v. Goldendale
After Walker’s no-hitter, Hood River Valley baseball looks to league schedule with great expectations
Following a stellar preseason baseball schedule, the Hood River Valley High School Eagles are now focusing on the Columbia River Conference season and the team feels confident that they’ll be league title contenders this year.
Horizon Christian Hawks boys basketball team players Mason Bloomster and Jared Davis recently received All-State honors from the 1A Oregon Basketball Coaches Association for their performance this past season.
Meadows adds bonus days; Girls tennis canceled; more
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