The HRV girls basketball team through the first five games of the season are 4-2 and currently on a three game winning streak after going on the road this Tuesday and coming out of Gresham with a 51-20 victory.
The HRV boys basketball team headed into its home matchup Tuesday night against Gresham fresh off a Madras Tournament championship, where they dominated La Grande and Redmond.
The HRV boys basketball team headed into this past weekend’s Madras tournament on a two-game skid.
The Hood River Valley swim team started their 2017-18 season last week at home and saw both their boys and girls teams dominate against The Dalles.
HRV wresting had their home opener last Thursday in the annual Pin Cancer dual meet against St. Helens.
The HRV girls basketball team started last week by winning in the final seconds against Heritage by a score of 40-39 Dec. 5, and followed up that nail-biting victory with a 52-43 overtime win at home versus Redmond last Friday.
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.
The Hood River boys basketball team traveled to Redmond on Friday, Dec. 1 for its first away game of the season.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Horizon girls basketball team is coming off one of its best seasons as a program, ending with a 21-6 overall record, a 13-1 record in league play and a Big Sky league title.
The U14 Hood River Dynamos boys team finished their 10-game regular season with an 8-1-1 record, making them champions of the Division One Oregon Youth Soccer Association (OYSA) Timbers competitive youth soccer league.
The Hood River Valley swim team had 20 swimmers compete in Astoria for the Fall Chinook Open Nov. 17-19.
Last season, the HRV boys basketball team finished with a 7-15 overall record and went 1-8 in league play.
After a year of brainstorming, the Oregon School Activities Association classification and districting committee has put together a final plan for the 2018-2022 high school sports seasons.
The U11 Gorge Scorpions capped off an undefeated regular season in the fall with a Presidents Cup tournament championship this past weekend in Portland at Buckman Field.
The Hood River Girls basketball team finished last season with a 6-14 overall record and went 0-9 in Columbia River Conference play.
Once the spring season starts for HRV athletics in April, both the track and main field at Henderson Stadium will be unavailable as the renovation for a new track surface and synthetic turf field begin.
After a great state run for the HRV cross country teams two weekends ago, the varsity squad capped off their season at the Nike Cross National (NXR) event in Boise, Idaho.
After their best season in a few years, the HRV boy’s water polo team finished a strong 13-3 season.
Despite a 2-6 record this season, HRV football had several players receive All-League status this year.
With the winter sport season well on its way, one athlete in Hood River prepares for what will be an exciting season ahead.
The HRV Girls Water Polo team finished in first this past weekend at the 5A State Championship Tournament in Corvallis at the Osborne Aquatic Center.
Despite the early exit from OSAA 5A state playoffs, the 2017 HRV boys soccer program had a season they should all be proud of.
From November of 2016 to the summer of 2017, local triathlete Jeff Irwin was intensely preparing for the Ironman event in Whistler, Canada.
In the first round of the state playoffs, HRV boys water polo knocked off North Eugene 27-9 to advance to the semifinals on Friday.
For a second straight season, the HRV boys soccer team had their 5A State title hopes crushed in the quarterfinals of OSAA State Playoffs.
HRV girls water polo started its chase for back to back state titles with a dominating 15-0 win over Cottage Grove.
The HRV girls and boys cross country teams concluded their 2017 season with a remarkable state performance at Lane Community College this past weekend.
In the first round of the OSAA playoffs, the HRV girls soccer team played a familiar opponent, one they’ve built a rivalry with over the years.
The HRV boys soccer team began their road to Hillsboro at home this past Wednesday night as they matched up against Silverton in the first round of the OSAA playoffs.
The HRV cross country team last week won both the boys and girls Columbia River Conference titles at the conference’s district meet in Pendleton.
The Hood River Valley Eagles volleyball team this past Saturday punched their ticket to the state playoff quarterfinals after their sweep against a tough and young Wilsonville team that gave the Eagles all they could handle.
After a 2-0 start, the HRV football team have dropped their final six games of the season, including their most recent loss to Summit on the road 44-7.
The Hood River Valley Swim Team hosted their annual Harvest of Gold Swim Meet Oct. 13-15 at the Hood River Aquatic Center.
After dominating The Dalles 6-0 on the road Tuesday night, the HRV girls soccer team finished league play 5-0-1 and did not allow a single goal in any of those six contests.
Horizon’s soccer season comes to an end after a 4-1 home loss to Damascus Christian in the first round of league playoffs.
The HRV boys soccer team has won yet another Columbia River Conference title.
The Eagles were just not the better team last Friday night.
There’s no stopping this HRV girls water polo team right now.
Although the Eagles are still ranked second in OSAA standings, the 1-1 tie on the road on Tuesday against Hermiston doesn’t sit well with the team and could be a factor in whether or not they win the CRC title.
Volleyball ended their regular season Tuesday night on the road against The Dalles.
The HRV boys water polo team had a tough task on their hands Monday.
It’s common for someone to drive a car, maintain a home, garden, travel, stay physically active and lend a helping hand in the community, but it’s less common at the age of 101.