For its 11th class, The Hood River Valley High School Hall of Fame Committee picked a broad sample of prominent athletes, representing a variety of sports, decades, and schools in the Hood River Valley.
I’ve been desperately needing a break from the crowds in downtown Hood River, as our streets seem to be thicker than ever with out-of-state license plates this summer.
Pickleball continues to grow in the Columbia Gorge.
Sports briefs for July 22.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife advises Oregonians the practice is still illegal.
The 11th annual Kiteboarding 4 Cancer (KB4C) event had another great year of sunshine, wind, and lots of kiters hitting the water at the Hood River Event Site for a good cause.
The Carson Oil-sponsored Hood River Oilers American Legion baseball team has enjoyed one of their most successful summer league seasons in recent history.
Sports briefs for July 19
HRV wrestler Adrian Ramirez returns from Cultural Exchange trip to Japan; Katie Kennedy grabs third at heptathlon at Junior Olympics; Sports story correction
Hunter a top player with Purdue Boilermakers, Palm Springs Power
Skyler Hunter may only be an incoming sophomore, but he’s already making his mark in Division I college baseball.
More than 350,000 fingerling trout splashed down in hundreds of high mountain lakes across the Cascade Range from Mount Hood to Klamath Falls this week, as the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife readied the waters along the Pacific Coast Trail for hikers, anglers, fly fishermen and backpackers.
The Columbia River will be getting a lot of attention next week as it hosts sailing, windsurfing, paddling, and kiteboarding competitions, though not all at the same time or location, as the Gorge heads into the height of its summer recreation season.
The ever-popular Kiteboarding 4 Cancer (KB4C) event returns this weekend for an 11th running, turning the Hood River Waterfront into a sea of colorful kites as participants do laps on the Columbia to help raise money for those who have survived cancer, as well as those still fighting the disease.
Matthew Martin, 8, of Hood River is heading to the subregionals of the Drive, Chip & Putt competition.
Swimmers notch multiple best times, top-10 finishes in Walla Walla, Wash.; Osprey find success at Ted Walker Invite