After falling to Reynolds, Eagles teams handily defeat 6A Gresham on the road Thursday in league contest
The boys and girls varsity water polo teams have had a solid start to their season, with both squads holding a 2-1 record despite playing all their games on the road.
HRV had another trying week on the pitch, drawing with Liberty at home on Tuesday and then falling to Sandy on the road Thursday.
The Judges Open held in Troutdale on Sept. 19 marked the opening of the fall competitive season for 10 Hood River gymnasts representing Riverside Gymnastics Academy based out of The Dalles.
For the second week in a row, Woody Eskildsen is the man. He’s our No. 1 star this week after notching a nice scratch 222 game and an even 600 series in the Monday night Industrial League at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. Woody finished up 105 pins over his average, the most by any bowler in competitive action last week. Playing it smart this season, Woody bowled summer league, so he is sharp and obviously ready. That’s the way to do it!
Mistakes and Ridgeview’s powerful ground attack deal HRV its first loss of the season
HRV (2-1) had an excellent opportunity to remain undefeated and get a win against the Ridgeview Ravens (2-1) on Friday. Trailing by a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter, the Eagles had an offensive possession and were hoping of converting a scoring drive to tie it up.
Counterattacks help lead HRV girls to a 13-5 victory; HRV boys edge the Scots, 9-8
The HRV girls and boys water polo teams launched their conference competitive season with an away game at David Douglas. The school has a 30-year history of a dominant swimming program which feeds its water polo teams with tough, fast swimmers. This year is no different and the adage “defense wins games” was the message being repeated to the teams by the HRV coaching of staff Dave Cameron, Kellie Dunn and Dave Robinson.
HRV boys soccer climbs to No. 1 spot with win over Summit; After loss to West Albany, HRV girls looking to bounce back
The HRV boys soccer program seems to be largely picking up where it left off this season, dismantling teams left and right, giving up little to no goals on defense, and sitting near the top of the 5A standings.
Hard-fought game goes to four sets
Eagles volleyball got off to a roaring start to their league schedule Tuesday night, when they defeated the Pendleton Buckaroos in a hard-fought game at Vannet Court that went to four sets. Coach Scott Walker said it was the first time HRV had beaten Pendleton in three years.
It’s only a few races into the cross country season, but on the heels of an all-around excellent HRV performance at a pair of invitationals this past week, the Eagles already look like they’re in peak form.
It is that time of year again. Labor Day has come and gone. The kids are back in school. We have even had the first snow fall on Mt. Hood. While we still have lots of great water time left, the summer season has passed, and what a great one it was! With warm and windy weather coming early in the “spring,” it felt like the never-ending summer. Our usual events brought a vibrant waterfront feel with the Columbia Gorge Windsurfing Association’s Beach Bash, Kiteboard 4 Cancer, Gorge Cup windsurfing races, and more.
Horizon volleyball starts out league play with a win; Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day Oct. 3; more
After having a three-game win streak, HRV girls soccer faltered this week after getting shut out by two very good teams, and sustaining injuries to two key players.
Eagles harriers dominated at the Ultimook Invitational in Tilamook on Saturday, where both the boys and the girls teams took first overall in the 3.1-mile 5A-6A varsity races.
The 2015-16 fall bowling leagues began last week at Hood River’s own Orchard Lanes. There is still plenty of time to join up to get in on all the action. Spots are available in all leagues, so come on up to the Heights and try your hand at a real big-time game.