Gorge sports for Sept. 14, 2022.

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Defense usually trumps offense early in the season, and the Columbia High volleyball team proved that adage correct Saturday with a four-set nonleague win at Goldendale.

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The South Wasco County High Redsides continued to display the qualities of a top Class 1A volleyball team, as they notched three impressive wins in nonleague contests last week and moved into the top-10 of the rankings for the first time this season.

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A quarterback sneak for a touchdown from two yards out noticed that some of the physicality Hood River Valley was lacking in its season opener two weeks ago returned last week during the Eagles’ 38-12 football win over Gorge rival The Dalles.

A second-quarter interception return for a touchdown gave host Stevenson High the early lead, and the Bulldogs added another score in the second half for a 13-0 football win Friday over Columbia High in the Gorge Bo

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The Sherman County/Condon High Huskies are off to a 2-0 start after they won a Class 1A eight-man nonleague matchup, 68-12, over the Prospect Charter/Butte Falls Cougars (0-1) Sept. 10 in Prospect.

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Some consider last Thursday’s nonleague girls soccer matchup between Gorge rivals The Dalles and Hood River Valley as one of the biggest games of the year. Just like The Carpenters’ song “Top of the World”, that’s probably how the Riverhawks were feeling following their 2-0 win over the Eagles at HRV’s Henderson Community Stadium.