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Sports briefs for May 21

Ziegner qualifies for state tennis; Mason records hole-in-one at Indian Creek; Hood2River coming soon; Maupin RiverFest is this weekend

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HRV track sending 20 to state meet in Eugene

Hood River Valley High track and field claimed 10 district titles and qualified athletes in 18 events at last week’s Columbia River Conference championships to compete in the upcoming OSAA 5A State meet in Eugene. Preliminary rounds start Friday inside the University of Oregon’s historic Hayward Field, where 38 of the state’s 5A programs will be represented; action peaks with final rounds Saturday afternoon.

HRV Softball solidifies league title

Eagles end regular season with 5A No. 2 ranking

Hood River Valley High softball extended its winning streak to 10 with an 8-1 Columbia River Conference season finale victory over The Dalles-Wahtonka Eagle Indians Friday in The Dalles. The win secured the conference title for the Eagles (10-2 CRC, 20-5 overall), who finished their league schedule tied with the Pendleton Buckaroos (10-2, 19-6) to split the CRC title

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Horizon track sending seven to state meet

Horizon Christian School made a run at the District 3 track and field championship Saturday in Moro, where the boys team finished a close second to host Sherman County and the girls finished fifth. In all, the Hawks are sending athletes in 11 events to the upcoming state track and field finals in Eugene.

HRV track, tennis have districts this weekend

This is a big weekend for local prep sports and the athletes and coaches who have worked all spring to represent the legacy of the Hood River Valley Eagles.

Kuechmann qualifies for state golf

Dan Kuechmann will be the lone golfer to represent Hood River Valley High School at next week’s OSAA 5A boys golf state championships. Keuchmann and Coach Mark Gradin will travel to Banks, home to Quail Valley Golf Course, on Sunday for a practice round before the two-day tournament next week to determine the state’s top high school golfers.

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HRV softball eludes upset with 1-0 win over Hermiston

Erika Enriquez saved the day Tuesday with a fifth-inning RBI single to drive in the only run of the game in the Hood River Valley Eagles’ narrow 1-0 home victory over Hermiston.

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Eagle basesball just shy of Hermiston upset

Hood River Valley baseball fell just short of an exciting upset over the Columbia River Conference-leading Hermiston Bulldogs in a stifling home contest Tuesday afternoon at Traner Field that ended with a 5-4 loss.

Horizon golf season ends

Horizon Christian School’s golf team ended its season this week with the OSAA 3A/2A/1A Special District 5 championships at Pendleton Country Club, and although no one from the team qualified for next week’s state championships in Corvallis, Coach Oscar Stenberg is pleased with the way his players performed.

Sports briefs for May 17

Kids track meet May 19; HRVHS cheerleading meeting is May 20; Payne hits hole-in-one; Hood River Yacht Club

Eagle softball gets revenge over Bucks

Coach Eric Keller and the Hood River Valley Eagles would love just one more date with the Pendleton Buckaroos this season.

Hawks ready for district track

Horizon Christian School tuned up for this weekend’s district track and field meet with third-place (boys) and fifth-place (girls) finishes Saturday at the Portland Lutheran School 1A Track Classic.

Sports briefs for May 14

HRV lax hosts last home game Friday; Big Winds hosts free youth SUP lessons

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First Gorge Sailing Team finds success at state

Hood River’s newly formed high school sailing team ended its season in thrilling fashion last weekend at the Northwest Interscholastic Sailing Association’s Oregon State Championships, where the group of Gorge sailors finished third in the silver fleet and sixth and 10th in the gold fleet.

On the diamond, Eagles take aim at state

HRV softball fights for top ranking, baseball looking for play-in berth

HRV softball and baseball