Although winter only officially began today, its weather has been hanging around Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge for a while now.
Eagle girls have best outing in years, score 65 points against 6A Roosevelt
For the past couple years, the HRV girls basketball team has had a difficult time getting wins of any kind, let alone a blowout.
Ian Walker’s 20 points help Hawks down Cougars 64-50
It took some time for the Horizon boys to get going in their game against the Country Christian basketball team Tuesday evening, but after a slow start, the Hawks went on to have their best outing of the season.
They knew it was going to be a difficult game Tuesday night, and Country Christian proved to as tough as expected.
Sports Briefs for Dec. 17: Knights of Columbus hoop shoot Dec. 30, Sports canceled again due to weather
Knights of Columbus hoop shoot Dec. 30, Sports canceled again due to weather
Snowfall in the Columbia River Gorge meant that many people didn’t have to go up to Mt. Hood Meadows or Teacup Lake to get their winter recreation fixes.
Old man winter really got in our way last week, interrupting quite a bit of league bowling action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. Nevertheless, we still had notable scores.
About half of the HRV Nordic team traveled valiantly through winter weather to Mount Bachelor for their first Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association (OISRA) race of the season on Saturday. Amid blowing snow and cold temperatures, the Eagles waxed and warmed up, then delivered three podium finishes.
The Oregonain/Oregon Live recently released the names for 5A soccer athletes tapped for All-State honors and five members of Hood River Valley High School soccer teams made the list.
Ski resort offers a preview of night operations this Friday and Saturday
While snow just started falling in downtown Hood River this week, it has been falling in copious amounts up at Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort for a few weeks now.
Fans at the Hawks Nest were treated to the highest-scoring Horizon girls basketball game in five years on Tuesday, when the Hawks pummeled the visiting Klickitat Vandals with 67 points on their way to a 40-point blowout.
Eagles fall to Timberwolves 61-42
As HRV continues gaining experience this season, the team got a good look at a productive offense Tuesday evening when the Heritage High Timberwolves from Vancouver, Wash., came to town.
Last year, there weren’t many games that the HRV girls basketball team had an opportunity to win. Of the team’s 19 losses throughout the 2015-16 season, only three were by margins of 10 points or fewer.
The recent U.S. Masters meet held on Nov. 19 at the Hood River Aquatic Center saw three records fall from the books.
Horizon’s string of home games continued Tuesday with matchup against Life Christian, but unlike the team’s dominance during last weekend’s Hawk Invitational, Horizon struggled on their home hardwood against the Lions, falling 53-41.