The HRV girls basketball bounced back from their home loss to Sandy in their season opener with a first round 62-56 win in the Madras Tournament over La Grande on Friday, Dec. 1.
With help from the community this upcoming weekend, the Golden Eagle Park project may have another addition.
In the first game of the season last year, the HRV boys basketball team traveled to Sandy and were shown how valuable a talented team and experienced lineup can be.
A late rally at the end of the HRV girls basketball game against Sandy wasn’t enough as the Eagles dropped their home opener by a score of 36-31.
Last year, the Horizon Hawks boys basketball team traveled to Stevenson for their first game of the year and would lose big on the road, 78-55.
The Horizon girls basketball team is coming off one of its best seasons as a program, ending with a 21-6 overall record, a 13-1 record in league play and a Big Sky league title.
The Hood River Sports Club hosted a racquetball tournament in early November.
Bowlers love turkeys, as you probably know, and in our great game, a turkey is slang for three strikes in a row.
Last season, the HRV boys basketball team finished with a 7-15 overall record and went 1-8 in league play.
The U14 Hood River Dynamos boys team finished their 10-game regular season with an 8-1-1 record, making them champions of the Division One Oregon Youth Soccer Association (OYSA) Timbers competitive youth soccer league.
The Hood River Valley swim team had 20 swimmers compete in Astoria for the Fall Chinook Open Nov. 17-19.
Sports briefs for Nov. 29
After a year of brainstorming, the Oregon School Activities Association classification and districting committee has put together a final plan for the 2018-2022 high school sports seasons.
The U11 Gorge Scorpions capped off an undefeated regular season in the fall with a Presidents Cup tournament championship this past weekend in Portland at Buckman Field.
HRV Nordic skis in the competitive Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association (OISRAA) Northern league against league dominators from Central Oregon, including Summit and Bend.