It’s unusual for a high school team to play its fall season home opener three weeks into September, but for the HRV boys’ soccer team, that was the case this week. On Sept. 19, the Eagles welcomed La Salle Prep for a non-conference matchup.
The HRV boys and girls cross country teams hosted their annual Hood River Skip Sparks XC Festival Sept. 19.
After great play at the Century tournament last weekend, the Eagles volleyball team fought their way back to .500 and were 4-4 on the season.
After 10 days without any competition for the HRV girls’ soccer team, they finally were back out on the field Tuesday as they traveled to La Salle to play the Falcons.
The Hood River Valley girls water polo team took on Grant High School on Tuesday in a Mt. Hood Conference league game. The game was played at the Sandy Aquatic Center since Grant does not have a pool of its own.
We’ve got a new definition of going postal. Two weeks ago, postal staffer Randy Tumlinson posted a beautiful scratch 708 series to lead all league scores at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes.
Not surprisingly, the Eagle Creek fire affected just about everything in its raging path.
Upcoming HRV and Horizon games, HRVHS Athletic Hall of Fame rescheduled, Tennis tournament and celebration rescheduled for Saturday, Sept. 30
It had been two weeks since their first game of the season, but HRV football was back in action last Friday night.
Last week, the Eagles opened league play against undefeated Pendleton at home. Losing in three sets, the Eagles moved to 2-3 on the season heading into their tournament at Century over the weekend.
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Upcoming HRV games; HRVHS Athletic Hall of Fame rescheduled; Tennis tournament rescheduled for Sept. 30
After an early season test against defending 6A state champions McMinnville two weeks ago, the Eagles were back in action on Tuesday as they traveled to Summit.
On Tuesday, Sept. 12, the Eagles opened league play against their conference rival from Pendleton.
Fall league action has begun at Hood River’s tenpin palace, venerable Orchard Lanes. There’s nothing quite like the little, friendly competition that leagues provide. When there is a little on the line we tend to do better.