Gorge sports for September 21, 2022.

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Hood River Valley’s volleyball team recovered nicely from a 0-3 start — including some off-court distractions — with wins in two of its past three matches heading into this week’s showdown at fourth-ranked La Salle Prep.

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The defending Class 1A volleyball Big Sky League Champion South Wasco County High Redsides started their 13-game league schedule much like they have in recent years with an impressive four-game win streak.

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The Dalles High Riverhawks opened their 10-game Class 4A volleyball Tri-Valley Conference schedule with a Sept. 15 contest against a familiar and tough opponent, the Crook County High Cowgirls.

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The No. 5-ranked Dalles High Riverhawks girls soccer team remained undefeated following a 1-1 tie in a Class 4A nonleague matchup versus the La Grande High Tigers Sept. 13 at La Grande High School.

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Fast-starting Elma had Columbia High on its heels early in their Sept. 15 match, scoring a goal two minutes in, en route to a 3-0 girls soccer victory.

Elma (3-1) added a goal late in the first half and scored the match clincher in the 70th minute. Beta Valentine scored two of the Elma goals and assisted on the other.

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The Dalles High Riverhawks boys soccer team bounced back from its first loss of the season (2-1 to Hood River, Sept. 9) and won its final Class 4A nonleague contest 3-1 on Sept. 14 over the host Sisters High Outlaws (1-4).

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Senior Juan Diego Contreras and junior Leo Lemann finished 2-3 to lead The Dalles to a sixth-place finish Saturday at the Oregon City Invitational cross country meet.

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More than 60 high school cross country teams, including runners from Columbia High, are scheduled to compete this weekend in one of the more unique meets in the Northwest.