News sports reporter.
The HRV boys basketball team was back on the road Tuesday as they traveled to Vancouver for a game against Heritage.
The wrestling season is underway at HRV, with its first piece of action coming on the road and through the air to Alaska.
After splitting its two games last weekend in the Madras tournament, the HRV girls basketball team at 1-2 on the season was back home Tuesday against Heritage, from Vancouver, in what was an exciting game.
Horizon Christian hosted their annual Hawk Invitational basketball tournament this past weekend and four teams from the OSAA 1A conference — Trinity Lutheran, Damascus Christian, Triad and Horizon —competed in the boys side of the bracket.
After the Horizon girls basketball team opened their season with a 58-43 home loss to Stevenson, they had a great opportunity to get that first win of the season when they hosted Triad on Friday, Dec. 1 at the annual Hawk Invitational tournament.
The HRV girls basketball bounced back from their home loss to Sandy in their season opener with a first round 62-56 win in the Madras Tournament over La Grande on Friday, Dec. 1.
The Hood River boys basketball team traveled to Redmond on Friday, Dec. 1 for its first away game of the season.
In the first game of the season last year, the HRV boys basketball team traveled to Sandy and were shown how valuable a talented team and experienced lineup can be.
A late rally at the end of the HRV girls basketball game against Sandy wasn’t enough as the Eagles dropped their home opener by a score of 36-31.
Last year, the Horizon Hawks boys basketball team traveled to Stevenson for their first game of the year and would lose big on the road, 78-55.