Eagles have 7-7 overall record heading into league games
Call them the comeback kids.
Junior Sebastian Barajas is continuing on his quest to become what HRV track and field coach Donnie Herniesen calls “the most dominant thrower in the history of HRVHS,” after breaking yet another school record, this time in shot put.
Depleted girls lax team edges Cleveland; Girls lax routs Central Catholic; HRV boys tennis defeats The Dalles, 5-3; Hawks golf v. Goldendale
After Walker’s no-hitter, Hood River Valley baseball looks to league schedule with great expectations
Following a stellar preseason baseball schedule, the Hood River Valley High School Eagles are now focusing on the Columbia River Conference season and the team feels confident that they’ll be league title contenders this year.
Horizon Christian Hawks boys basketball team players Mason Bloomster and Jared Davis recently received All-State honors from the 1A Oregon Basketball Coaches Association for their performance this past season.
Meadows adds bonus days; Girls tennis canceled; more
In a makeup game, HRV scores nine unanswered runs to beat La Salle, 9-6
Going into Monday evening’s makeup game against La Salle Catholic College Preparatory, the HRV Eagles had their work cut out for them.
Boys team places fourth at Life Christian Invitational
The Horizon Christian School boys track and field team finished fourth Thursday at the Life Christian Invitational in Aloha, and a select few athletes competed Saturday at the Meet of Champions in Salem. On Thursday, the Hawks had a number of athletes who were competing in events for the first time this season – including some for the first time ever.
Horizon Christian, Hood River Valley High schools
Wells and Winans help fend off the Jaguars, 3-2, in Hood River
HRV survived a seventh-inning rally by Century High during a Wednesday afternoon game in Hood River, sliding by the Jaguars, 3-2.
HRV now on three-game win streak
The Eagles racked up a case of goals against Valley Catholic in what was a lopsided affair Wednesday evening with HRV routing the Valiants, 24-0, in Beaverton.
Eagles sit at 10th in OSAA
Eagles baseball enjoyed their first non-tournament shutout of the season in a low-scoring affair against Wilsonville, where HRV came out on top, 1-0.
Hood River Valley had a tough matchup Wednesday evening with the league-leading Oregon Episcopal School Aardvarks, and the Eagles ended up experiencing their worst loss of the season, in what was ultimately a 15-3 decision.
Trail gates reopen; Ski to Defeat ALS Saturday; more