Eagles aim high: After finding success last season, HRV boys basketball team looks to take the CRC title
The Eagles boys basketball got a taste of success last season and this year they’re hungry for even more.
The Horizon girls basketball team kicked off their 2015-2016 schedule while hosting a four-team invitational tournament Dec. 4-5 in Hood River. The Hawks enjoyed a successful start to the season with a split of their two games as they earned the third place trophy.
Eagles hope to improve on 2014-15 five-win season
Third-year coach Scott Walker is looking to reinvigorate the girls basketball program at HRV this season, which has struggled in recent years, combining for a total of nine wins over the past two seasons, none of which were during league play.
From the battlefield to the baseline: Samuel Trevino is ready to lead Horizon boys basketball program
Horizon Christian School’s new boys varsity basketball coach, Samuel Trevino, may not have much coaching experience with the sport at the varsity level, but he has plenty of first-hand experience seeing the positive impact basketball can have on young men.
Jaime Rivera wins Coach of the Year, Noe Magana wins Player of the Year for boys soccer
On the heels of receiving numerous All-Conference awards, Hood River Valley High School athletes have had a healthy showing the past couple weeks in the All-State awards category, as coaches from Class 5A teams from around the state recognized the achievements of Eagles athletes.
Just in time for the prep winter sports season that starts next week, the Hood River Valley High School athletics department has rolled out a new website that administrators hope will help players, coaches, parents, and fans stay connected and updated throughout the season.
More than 50 HRV athletes, as well as five coaches, are honored with awards after a stellar fall sports season
One of the best fall sports seasons, if not the best fall sports seasons in the history of Hood River Valley High School concluded the week before last, culminating with the boys soccer team’s second-consecutive 5A state title.
Boys place fifth out of 45 teams, girls place 17th out of 30 at national-caliber Nike Cross Northwest meet
The HRV cross country team’s season technically ended more than three weeks ago, but athletes recently had an encore to their illustrious season, racing against some of the best runners in the northwest.
The HRV girls water polo breakout season ended with an impressive third place in the 5A state tournament in Corvallis last weekend.
The HRV boys water polo team’s quest for a 5A state championship were thwarted in the final nine seconds of an exciting tied-up semifinal game against Summit, when the HRV team was denied the opportunity for a penalty throw by what was proven later to be an erroneous referee decision, said HRV coach Dave Cameron.
Over the past several years, the boys soccer program at Hood River Valley High School has evolved from a good program into a great program under coach Jaime Rivera, but last Saturday, Rivera and his Eagles took the school’s program and officially turned it into a dynasty.
Hood River Valley boys soccer defeated Wilsonville 2-0 Saturday afternoon in Hillsboro to repeat as 5A state champions.
The Hood River Valley boys soccer team is trying for a second straight championship (in its third consecutive trip to the finals) at Hillsboro Stadium this weekend.
Back to the finals: Andres Baeza scores four goals to give HRV a comeback victory over Hillsboro and another shot at the 5A title
“MVP! MVP! MVP! MVP!”
Eagles' season ends with rough 10-1 loss to Summit in 5A quarterfinal
For the second year in a row, the HRV girls soccer team had the misfortune of facing the No. 1 5A team in the state tournament’s quarterfinal game.