Eagles see ‘missed opportunities’ in OT loss to Wilson
Tuesday night in Hood River, the HRV boys lax team, which has been cruising along on a string of victories against nonleague opponents this season, struck an unexpected speed bump in the team’s league debut against Wilson.
After defeating Hermiston 10-0 in the last game of a doubleheader on Saturday, the HRV Eagles softball team was looking to pull ahead in the season series with a win Tuesday evening at home and tighten up the standings in the Columbia River Conference.
The HRV baseball team suffered its worst loss of the season Tuesday night, falling 9-1 to Hermiston.
The Horizon Christian School track team is picking up the pace in anticipation of the Special District 3 championship meet May 14 and had one of its best meets of the season on Wednesday. About 80 percent of the team competed in the Portland Christian Invitational with the boys taking second overall and the girls taking third for the team’s best overall finish in an invite this season.
Track Town Youth League meet May 7; Girls tennis edges TD; Boys tennis squeaks out a win against TD
The top-ranked HRV Eagles (15-3, 5-0 league) extended their Columbia River Conference win streak to five games after sweeping a doubleheader 3-2 and 19-9 over the Bulldogs (9-8, 2-3 league) on Saturday in Hermiston.
They may be in one of the toughest leagues in the state, but the HRV softball team continues to perform well in the Columbia River Conference despite the team’s fourth-place ranking, splitting games with the sixth-ranked Hermiston Bulldogs this weekend.
After suffering their first loss of the season April 15 — a brutal 16-3 defeat at the hands of the Sherwood Bowmen — the HRV boys lax team (8-1) rebounded with a 17-3 drubbing of Nadzitsaga (0-8) in Hood River Friday evening.
HRV has worst loss of the season against OES, then bounces back with win over Wilson
Andrew McElderry, head coach of the HRV girls lax team, had Friday’s contest at Oregon Episcopal School penciled in as the toughest game of the season for the Eagles, and the Aardvarks delivered.
Boys team narrowly misses first at Summit Invitational
Saturday’s track invitational at Summit High School in Bend was the first true test of how the HRV boys team stacked up against some of the best competition in 5A, and the team aced the test… almost.
With only one week left in the regular bowling season of the fast-paced, high-scoring Wednesday night Fraternal league at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes, three teams are still in the race to win the third round. So, let’s do the math, just like they do on TV, and get a sharp pencil.
Sports correction, Horizon golf team improves, Boys tennis team takes down Pendleton again, and Hood 2 River Relay June 4
HRMGA tourney results; HRVHS Cheer tryout meeting April 27; HRV track athletes sign with colleges; Boys lacrosse’s Alex Ellifritz signs with Notre Dame de Namur; Payton Rigert signs with University of the Cumberlands
E&L Auto Parts won the championship of the Monday night Industrial League at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes last week, beating Hood River Supply 19-11.
HRV beats Grant, 12-2, was scheduled to play league-leading OES Friday
The HRV girls lax team has been oddly consistent in most of its victories this season.