Horizon Christian’s track and field season culminates over the next two weekends at the district and Class 1A state meets.
The Hood River cross country team is hosting a free one-mile fun run at the Waterfront Park this Saturday.
A great season for the HRV girls lacrosse team got even greater Tuesday night in Hood River when the Eagles (10-3, 8-3 league) defeated the formidable Lincoln Cardinals (8-6, 7-3 league), moving the teams into a tie for second place in the Portland League.
The HRV boys tennis team ended league play this season in pretty much the same position as last season, on top of the Columbia River Conference.
The girls didn’t win a Columbia River Conference title, but enjoyed a much more successful season this year, finishing up with a 9-3 record and 4-2 in league, culminating with a 5-3 Senior Night defeat of The Dalles Thursday.
Tuesday’s Columbia River Conference baseball matchup between The Dalles and HRV turned out to be a near carbon copy of the second game of an April 29 doubleheader between the two squads in Hood River (a 9-0 HRV win).
The race amongst the three Columbia River Conference softball teams vying for the two play-in spots left in the league got a lot tighter Tuesday night in The Dalles when HRV defeated the Riverhawks 2-1, pulling within a single game of The Dalles and Hermiston in the playoff race.
The Horizon Christian School boys and girls track teams did well with their small rosters at the Condon/Wheeler Invitational last weekend, with the boys finishing 12th of 17 teams and the girls finishing ninth of 18 teams in a meet that included primarily small schools from both sides of the Columbia Gorge and beyond.
Eagles push out their league lead with doubleheader sweep of The Dalles on Friday
The Hood River Valley Eagles baseball team bounced back from its worst defeat this year (a 9-1 loss to Hermiston, April 26) and swept a Columbia River Conference home doubleheader 4-1 and 9-0 over the The Dalles Riverhawks Friday.
Girls lax falls to OES; Shorthanded boys lax team falls in the standings; Girls youth lax gives back during May 7 games;Noe Magaña is a finalist for Prep Soccer Player of the Year; Cynthia Brocklesby gets a hole-in-one at Indian Creek; Horizon golf team taking off strokes at seeding match
Eagles drop both games to The Dalles at home Saturday
With the league schedule entering its final stretch, the HRV softball team is on the outside looking in when it comes to a chance at making the postseason after dropping both games of a doubleheader to The Dalles last Saturday in Hood River.
Boys break records on the way to a second-place finish at weekend meet, girls place fifth
HRV athletes had another good weekend at the track, competing at the Dean Nice Invite in Gresham. The boys team, missing Sebastian Barajas, who was across town competing in the Nike Jesuit Twilight Relays, placed second overall, losing by 20 points to Marist — a team that narrowly beat HRV the previous weekend at the Summit Invite. The girls squad placed fifth of 15 teams.
Eagles see ‘missed opportunities’ in OT loss to Wilson
Tuesday night in Hood River, the HRV boys lax team, which has been cruising along on a string of victories against nonleague opponents this season, struck an unexpected speed bump in the team’s league debut against Wilson.
After defeating Hermiston 10-0 in the last game of a doubleheader on Saturday, the HRV Eagles softball team was looking to pull ahead in the season series with a win Tuesday evening at home and tighten up the standings in the Columbia River Conference.
The HRV baseball team suffered its worst loss of the season Tuesday night, falling 9-1 to Hermiston.