At this point in the season for the HRV football team, “there’s nothing to lose now,” said Head Coach Caleb Sperry. “We just have to go out there and have fun playing the game we love.”
For a third meet in a row, the HRV cross country team impresses with outstanding individual performances.
As of late, the HRV boys soccer team has struggled and at times have played “ugly,” said Head Coach Jaime Rivera, but they currently remain in first place in the 5A OSAA rankings after their 2-1 win over The Dalles on Tuesday, Oct. 10 and their 10-0 home win over Pendleton on Thursday.
HRV volleyball played Tuesday night in a game that was nothing like their other 17 this season.
The Horizon Hawks soccer team had won two games in a row before their matchup with Southwest Christian, currently ranked 10th in 3A/2A/1A standings, on Wednesday.
The HRV girls soccer team has been on a tear in their last six matches.
After nine games this season, the HRV boys soccer team has an unfamiliar record.
Homecoming couldn’t come at a better time for the Hood River Valley football team.
HRV volleyball welcomed The Dalles on Tuesday, Oct. 3 in their second of three meetings for the season.
Hood River Valley’s cross country team ended September running in one of the more recognizable meets in the northwest, the Nike Portland XC.
High schools from across the state traveled to Hood River this weekend for HRV’s annual volleyball tournament.
After a 2-0 start by the HRV football team, they now find themselves at .500 after dropping their last two games, including a recent road loss to the Hermiston Bulldogs.
Midway into the regular season and the HRV volleyball team has finally picked up steam as they head into the later half of their schedule.
Boys’ water polo had a busy week as they played two games on the road and one game at home in the span of three days.
Before Thursday’s marquee boys’ soccer matchup between HRV and Woodburn, the Eagles went on the road to Pendleton and beat the Buckaroos 9-0.
Over the past three games for HRV girls soccer they’ve outscored their opponents 14-0, including a 10-0 win at home Tuesday against Pendleton.
The Horizon Hawks were riding a two-game winning streak heading into Wednesday, but that was before an undefeated Livingstone Adventist Academy team traveled to Hood River.
Heading into last Friday’s matchup against Open Door Christian, the Horizon Hawks were 0-3 for the season and coming off a 3-1 loss on the road to Damascus.
The last time HRV football opened its season 2-0 was in 2015, the same year they made an appearance in the OSAA 5A state playoffs.
It’s an unfamiliar sight to see the HRV boys’ soccer team already dropping two games this early in the season, and to be clear, talent isn’t the issue here, but rather how the team is mentally handling a much different start than in years’ past.
After the HRV boys’ varsity soccer game last Saturday, the girls team would conclude the doubleheader event as it also matched up against Hillsboro.
It’s unusual for a high school team to play its fall season home opener three weeks into September, but for the HRV boys’ soccer team, that was the case this week. On Sept. 19, the Eagles welcomed La Salle Prep for a non-conference matchup.
It had been two weeks since their first game of the season, but HRV football was back in action last Friday night.
Last week, the Eagles opened league play against undefeated Pendleton at home. Losing in three sets, the Eagles moved to 2-3 on the season heading into their tournament at Century over the weekend.
Businesses go through numerous challenges in any given year and many of those are things that they can prepare for. However, the fire burning throughout the Gorge is not one of them.
After an early season test against defending 6A state champions McMinnville two weeks ago, the Eagles were back in action on Tuesday as they traveled to Summit.
On Tuesday, Sept. 12, the Eagles opened league play against their conference rival from Pendleton.
Almost three weeks into the regular season for high school athletics and HRV’s girls soccer team finally played its first game last weekend.
After a disappointing loss to Mountain View on Sept. 5, the Eagles traveled to Canby this past weekend for a tournament that hosted various 5A schools.
With HRV and Horizon soccer games being cancelled on Tuesday due to the fires surrounding the area making it difficult for players to participate in any athletic events, the Eagles volleyball team was left unsure if Mountain View High School would be making the trip to Hood River for the non-league matchup between the two schools.
Days before the cross country team headed out to Tillamook for their first 5k of the season, I see the team on my way home from work running down Belmont back towards the high school and all I could think was, wow.
After a long off-season Hood River Valley volleyball was finally back in action Tuesday night.
The season finally kicked off for HRV boys soccer as they traveled three hours to McMinnville on Thursday to face the 6A Grizzlies.
The HRV boys soccer team began their season last week with a jamboree in Woodburn against two of the top teams in the state. In their first matchup they beat Silverton, who are potential state contenders, 3-0, and in the final match of the day against defending state champions Woodburn it was a scoreless draw.
The Hood River Valley High School 2017 volleyball season is underway and there’s nothing but excitement surrounding this team after what they accomplished last year.
Horizon’s soccer team last year was very close to competing in the 1A state title game as they lost in the semifinals against North Clackamas Christian School.
The Hood River Valley High School Girls Soccer team is coming off their most successful record in seven years, winning a total of 11 out of 15 games.
Nobody told me what I was getting myself into a few weeks ago, but it would’ve have been nice to know.
This past weekend athletes from Australia, Tahiti, Europe, Canada and the US traveled to Hood River to compete in the seventh annual Naish Columbia Gorge Paddle Challenge (CGPC), which is one of the most competitive and prestigious stand up paddling races.
Windsurfing board tricks, relay races, tandem sailing and attempted acrobatics on the boards are just some of the fun that goes on at the Columbia Gorge Windsurfing Association’s King of the Hook event.
The annual Gorge Cup windsurfing series came to an end earlier this month. On Aug. 12-13, the last two races of this series were completed.
Ryan Zeller, a junior wrestler at HRVHS, is back home after a 15-day journey to Russia with the Oregon Wrestling Cultural Exchange team.
Practice has officially started for HRVHS fall sports, and for the Girls Water Polo team, they enter this year with all eyes on them as defending Mt. Hood Conference and 5A State champions.
On Feb. 3, 2014, Gary Peterson lost his life to an 18-year battle with Spinocerebellar Ataxia (SCA), a condition characterized by progressive problems with movement that attacks the immune system. Inspired by the courageous life his father lived, his son carries on his legacy.
Come out to Henderson Stadium this Friday, Aug. 18 to watch and meet your 2017 HRVHS fall sports players at the annual Blue and Gold BBQ.
Two coaches and 12 student-athletes participated in the first Oregon Girls Wrestling Cultural Exchange. This year's team traveled through three provinces of Canada and four U.S. states, visiting four universities that have womens wrestling teams.
Before the start of every football season, the incoming senior players get together to come up with a motto unique to that group and this year it’s simple, said senior defensive lineman Adrian Ramirez: “Prove them wrong.”
In 1987 a man by the name of Fred Noble was arrested in Rowena for trespassing onto land that was owned by state parks.
Doug Archbald had this idea 10 years ago to bring downwind sailing competition to the Gorge and ever since then, he and the Hood River Yacht Club have put on an event during the summer season known as the Double Damned.