Girls: start 6-0
On Monday, the HRV girls water polo team played on the road against Reynolds High School. This was a rescheduled game from a previous date that was cancelled due to the Eagle Creek fire.
For the second week in a row, Chad Mason emerged as the No. 1 high scorer in all league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes.
Horizon Christian’s soccer team rebounded from back-to-back league losses, with a 4-0 win Wednesday in Hood River.
Sports briefs for Oct. 7.
High schools from across the state traveled to Hood River this weekend for HRV’s annual volleyball tournament.
After a 2-0 start by the HRV football team, they now find themselves at .500 after dropping their last two games, including a recent road loss to the Hermiston Bulldogs.
The Hood River Valley High School cheerleading team, both junior varsity and varsity, attended the first annual Oregon Cheerleading Coaches Association (OCCA) Game Day Championships at North Salem High School on Sept. 23.
Midway into the regular season and the HRV volleyball team has finally picked up steam as they head into the later half of their schedule.
Before Thursday’s marquee boys’ soccer matchup between HRV and Woodburn, the Eagles went on the road to Pendleton and beat the Buckaroos 9-0.
The Horizon Hawks were riding a two-game winning streak heading into Wednesday, but that was before an undefeated Livingstone Adventist Academy team traveled to Hood River.
Over the past three games for HRV girls soccer they’ve outscored their opponents 14-0, including a 10-0 win at home Tuesday against Pendleton.
League action really heated up last week at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. There was a passel full of mighty fine scores. Chad Mason is back after finishing college and the youngster has been pounding the pins just like he did when he starred on the award winning HRVHS squad a few years ago.
Boys’ water polo had a busy week as they played two games on the road and one game at home in the span of three days.
It’s an unfamiliar sight to see the HRV boys’ soccer team already dropping two games this early in the season, and to be clear, talent isn’t the issue here, but rather how the team is mentally handling a much different start than in years’ past.
After the HRV boys’ varsity soccer game last Saturday, the girls team would conclude the doubleheader event as it also matched up against Hillsboro.