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Kegler's Corner: Buntings Tops Fraternal

Buntings Auto won the first round in the competitive Wednesday night Fraternal league at Hood River’s 10 pin fun spot, Orchard Lanes. This puts Buntings in the roll-off for their league championship that will be held at the end of the season. Bowling for Buntings are John Riggleman, Mike Bosse and Ed Busick. Congrats to Buntings; it’s always fun to see some upstarts take it to the big boys. This is what makes league bowling so great.

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Pick of the Week: Turkey Trot happens Thanksgiving morning

The annual Turkey Trot 12K, 5K and 3K run/walk takes place this Thursday, Nov. 23 — Thanksgiving Day — beginning at the Mark Hatfield West Visitor Center in Hood River. Registration is from 8:30-9:50 a.m., with a free kids fun run starting things off at 9:50 a.m. The race will begin at 10 a.m.

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HRV and CRC girls basketball preview

The Hood River Girls basketball team finished last season with a 6-14 overall record and went 0-9 in Columbia River Conference play.

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HRV cross country wraps up the fall sports season at Nike BorderClash

This past weekend three athletes from HRV competed in the XC Nike BorderClash event held at the Nike World Campus in Beaverton.

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Former HRVHS wrestler wins match in first ever Combat Jiu Jitsu Worlds event

On Nov. 12 in Los Angeles, the first ever Combat Jiu Jitsu Worlds event was held, and ex-Eagle wrestler Ben Eddy was invited to participate. Combat Jiu Jitsu mixes traditional Jiu Jitsu with the addition of "palm strikes.”

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Bounce Back: HRV boys water polo finish third in state

After their best season in a few years, the HRV boy’s water polo team finished a strong 13-3 season.

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HRV cross country places in top-20 against top teams at NXR XC event

After a great state run for the HRV cross country teams two weekends ago, the varsity squad capped off their season at the Nike Cross National (NXR) event in Boise, Idaho.

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Major renovations coming to HRV athletic facilities

Once the spring season starts for HRV athletics in April, both the track and main field at Henderson Stadium will be unavailable as the renovation for a new track surface and synthetic turf field begin.

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Mt. Hood Meadows offers preview of terrain

Mt. Hood Meadows will offer a preview weekend this Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 18-19, with lifts scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day

Kegler's Corner: Randy’s Painting Tops Industrial

Congratulations are in order for Randy’s Painting, who won the first round in the Monday night Industrial league at Hood River’s venerable Orchard Lanes.

Climb for a Cause: Free info session at pFriem Brewery Nov. 16

The Climb for Clean Air mountaineering and fundraising program announces its 2018 climb dates with honorary co-chairs and climbing professionals Win Whittaker and Stacy Allison, as they inspire new teams of climbers to train for a summit, have an experience of a lifetime and help the fight to end lung disease.

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HRV girls water polo wins back-to-back state titles

The HRV Girls Water Polo team finished in first this past weekend at the 5A State Championship Tournament in Corvallis at the Osborne Aquatic Center.

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HRV Football All-League honors and season statistics

Despite a 2-6 record this season, HRV football had several players receive All-League status this year.

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Local snowboarder gets invited to Dew Tour

With the winter sport season well on its way, one athlete in Hood River prepares for what will be an exciting season ahead.

Kegler's Corner: Pin Busting Abounds

A wide mix of bowlers found the range in league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes last week.