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In what was undoubtedly their most exciting match of the season thus far, the Hood River Valley High Eagles (3-4) recorded a come-from-behind 3-2 non-league win over the Class 4A Banks Braves (1-6) Sept. 14 at Banks High School.

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In what was a tough loss for Philadelphia, former UW linebacker T.J. Edwards had a good game with six tackles, three of which were solo efforts.

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In what was a tough loss for Philadelphia, former UW linebacker T.J. Edwards had a good game with six tackles, three of which were solo efforts.

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Hood River Valley responded to an increase in the competition level last Friday, winning a nonleague football game against visiting Scappoose, 39-21.

In the Eagles first game of the season, they handled business against the Hillsboro Spartans, but their week two match up featured a team ranked in the top-10 of the state according to OregonLive. The Scappose Indians are coached by Sean McNabb and his son, Luke handles quarterback responsibilities. Standing at 6 feet 3 inches, the senior quarterback McNabb is an intimidating figure. This week in practice the Eagles emphasized controlling the Indians ground attack.

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Hood River Valley’s juggernaut of a non-league boys soccer schedule continues Thursday with the Eagles’ home opener against West Albany.

The Eagle girls squad will play at West Albany the same evening.

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The Dalles and Hood River Valley cross country teams opened the 2021 fall season last weekend at meets in the Gorge and Wilsonville.

The Dalles hosted the 5,000-meter Riverhawk Run at Sorosis Park on Saturday morning. Junior Juan Diego Contreras looked in midseason form, leading the Riverhawks in 17 minutes, 10 seconds. Sophomore Leo Lemann was second in 18:26. The Dalles girls were led by senior Catie Wring, who finished in 25:15, two minutes ahead of junior Lucy Booth.