HRV destined for IMC in latest OSAA reclassification proposal

Hermiston Bulldogs to compete against WA schools

The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) recently went through its ninth public meeting of the committee assigned to examine rearranging the state’s athletic classifications and districts, and it shows that Hood River Valley High School’s current league for the majority of its sports, the Columbia River Conference, will no longer exist.

Horizon’s Triple Threat basketball camp moved back to July

Horizon Christian School’s annual Triple Threat basketball camp will be held July 17-21; this is a month later than the annual camp’s typical dates.

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Valley resident Bruce Parker selected to officiate state softball game

Celebrating his 40th year as an umpire, Bruce Parker was selected as the plate umpire for Saturday’s 5A State Softball Championship game at the Oregon State University Complex in Corvallis between Dallas and Marist Catholic (Marist won 12-7). Parker, the former president of the Mid-Columbia Umpires Association, will get his first shot at officiating a title contest, joining a long list of his brethren to earn such a distinction.

Mt. Adams Bike Tour June 24

The Mount Adams Country Bike Tour will give scenic tours in the Trout Lake area on June 24.

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Boys lacrosse playoffs: Westview upsets HRV in Cascade Cup final

Injuries impact No. 1 Eagles in 13-8 loss to No. 7 Wildcats

The HRV boys lacrosse team felt confident heading into their Cascade Cup title-game matchup with 6A Westview Friday evening, and they had their reasons.

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First-ever Outfound Series comes to Hood River this weekend

Outfound, described by its founders as “the first experiential conference of its kind focused on giving outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to network with some of the most inspirational leaders and brands in the outdoor industry,” is set to take over the Hood River Event Site this weekend.

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Boys lax runs wild on Wilsonville in CC semis

No. 1 Eagles played No. 7 Westview Friday in title game

Surprising few who saw their last meeting with Wilsonville, the No. 1 HRV boys lacrosse team (8-8) rolled the No. 13 Wildcats (5-12) 15-2 Tuesday evening in the Cascade Cup semifinal game played in Hood River.

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Tyson Poor takes first round of Gorge Cup slalom windsurfing series

The temperatures are heating up, the winds are rising accordingly, and this year’s Gorge Cup is already underway.

State agencies set Columbia River sturgeon seasons

Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington this week set recreational white sturgeon seasons for the Columbia River estuary and Bonneville Pool.

Sports briefs for June 2

Sports briefs for June 2.

Sports Briefs for May 31: Adam Cameron signs with Linn-Benton; Emily Viuhkola signs with Fresno State

Adam Cameron signs with Linn-Benton; Emily Viuhkola signs with Fresno State

Sports Briefs for May 31

Adam Cameron signs with Linn-Benton; Emily Viuhkola signs with Fresno State

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OSAA 5A SOFTBALL PLAYOFFS: League nemesis Pendleton ends HRV’s playoff run

Buckaroos capitalize on Eagle errors to win 4-2, head to 5A semifinals

An inspired playoff run by the HRV softball team came to a close Friday evening at Steve Cary Field in Pendleton, where the No. 3 Pendleton Buckaroos edged the No. 6 Eagles 4-2 in the quarterfinal round of the 5A state tournament.

Hood River water polo athletes keep winning

Continuing the momentum following their state championship in November, select members of the HRV girls water polo team have committed to year-round training and competing in water polo — and are winning.

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Local athletes on WS Equestrian Team perform well at state competition

The White Salmon Equestrian Team (WSET), which combines athletes from Columbia High School (CHS) and Hood River Valley High School (HRVHS), returned from a successful state meet on May 12-14 at the Grant County Fairgrounds in Moses Lake, Wash.