Eagles beat the Riverhawks in a back-and-forth five-set match in Hood River, rise to No. 8 in 5A
The HRV volleyball team continued on its merry way through its breakout season this week and made the Columbia River Conference very interesting in the process.
Sophomore Alvaro Ramirez scores two goals for the Eagles in 3-0 blanking of the Bulldogs
On paper, it looked like No. 1 HRV (8-0-2, 2-0 league) would have a tough matchup with No. 3 Hermiston on Tuesday, with the Bulldogs carrying a 7-1-1 record and a 1-0 league record to go along with the team’s top-three ranking.
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Eagles score three goals in first 12 minutes in 5-1 win
The Eagles girls soccer team (5-4-1, 2-0 league) seems to have rebounded from its mid-season slump, evidenced by its strong start to Columbia River Conference play, which continued Tuesday with a 5-1 road victory over the Hermiston Bulldogs.
The HRV water polo teams continued their season roll as they took on 6A Sam Barlow and 5A Parkrose High Schools this week.
HRV puts up 683 yards of offense, but falls to North Eugene, 57-49 in back-and-forth contest
Despite traveling on a long, three-hour road trip to face the highly-regarded North Eugene Highlanders on their home field, the HRV football team felt confident that maybe they could snap a two-game losing streak.
Six different players score for Eagles boys soccer in dominant CRC road win
In high school sports, disparity in talent and mismatches in skill levels between teams happens frequently enough, resulting in lopsided contests where it becomes clear fairly quickly which club is superior.
HRV extends league record to 4-1 thanks to wins over Pendleton, Hermiston
HRV’s young volleyball team continues to rack up the wins in the Columbia River Conference and added another Tuesday against Pendleton in Hood River in a game that went to four sets.
Eagles get back on track with physical 4-0 win over Pendleton
The HRV girls soccer team has had a rough go of it lately, with injuries and losses hampering a team that had enjoyed a strong start to its season earlier this month.
This week’s competition was against two new 5A programs in the Mt. Hood Conference that resulted in wins for both the HRV boys and girls teams. Both Eagles teams are 5-2 overall and 4-1 in conference.
Horizon Christian School’s co-ed soccer program continues to turn its season around, beating Southwest Christian 3-0 Wednesday afternoon in Hood River and extending its win streak to four after starting the season 0-3.
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HRV struggles to produce in the red zone in 51-8 loss; faces North Eugene Friday
For a second straight week, a Hood River Valley opponent had over 400 yards rushing, which again spelled defeat for the Eagles (2-2), who lost 51-8 to the No. 9-ranked Redmond Panthers (3-1) Friday in central Oregon.
Boys take first in Division I race and the girls take ninth in Division II
The Hood River Valley cross country program kept building on its stellar start to the 2015 season with numerous standout performances at the Nike Portland XC meet (formerly known as Nike Pre Nationals) on Saturday — a race that draws some of the top cross country runners from the West Coast.
It’s only a few games into the season, but the HRV volleyball program has already improved over last year’s season.