The HRV boys lacrosse team made a big statement in its home debut Wednesday evening, handily defeating the Hermiston Bulldogs by a score of 9-2.
Tennis matches rescheduled; Rain halts softball game; more
Competing in what’s considered as the state’s strongest Class 5A softball league and having such a tough schedule every year is a challenge that the Hood River Valley High Eagles have responded quite well to recently. The Lady Eagles, who are the defending Columbia River Conference co-champions with the Pendleton Buckaroos, are focusing on continuing the remarkable success they’ve enjoyed the last several years again this season.
HRV track results Milwaukie/Oregon City meet, Top Five finishers
In an ongoing effort to minimize the risk of injury in high school football, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Football Rules Committee expanded the provisions of unnecessary roughness to include contact with a defenseless player.
Horizon Christian School had its first track meet of the season March 25: the Canby All Comers meet, held at Canby High School, which saw 20 schools compete.
Eagles beat Franklin, Gresham to start the season 2-0
The HRV boys varsity tennis team started their season last week with a bang, defeating Franklin, 5-3, on March 16, and then crushing Gresham, 7-1, two days later (HRV was scheduled to play Century on March 19, but the match was cancelled due to a scheduling conflict.)
After suffering a heartbreaking overtime loss last Tuesday, the HRV girls lacrosse team wasted no time bouncing back, doubling up Central Catholic, 16-8, during an away game Thursday evening.
HRV wrapped up what was already an impressive first week with another blowout win, this time over La Salle Catholic College Preparatory by a score of 14-5.
After dropping their first two games, including an 11-0 loss to Sandy on Thursday, the Eagles softball team got its first win of the season Saturday against the West Anchorage Eagles from Alaska, trouncing them by a score of 9-2.
HRV’s boys and girls golf program may have a young roster, but it’s an expanding one — at nearly 20 golfers, the team is twice the size in 2015 as it was 2014.
This past week, you may have noticed a few ski racers missing from the mountain. Three athletes from the Cooper Spur Race Team were selected to the Pacific Northwest Ski Association’s U16 Western Regional Team.
Restrictions in place on Hospital Hill; Annie Veatch wins softball position student athlete of the week; more
Eagles scream and score 12 runs against Barlow in home debut, go 2-0 to start the season
The No. 7-ranked Hood River Valley High Eagles (2-0) baseball team continued its early season success by winning a nonleague home contest 12-6 over the Barlow Bruins Tuesday at Traner Field.
The first track meets of the season can often mean more about getting into shape and measuring athletes’ abilities than they are about posting record times, but after HRV’s meet Wednesday against the Centennial Eagles, Coach Donnie Herniesen was pleased with his squad’s performance right out of the gate.