Residents and visitors may now catch public transportation to the Dog Mountain hiking trail near Carson — and get their required permit in the process. Options are available from both Portland and Hood River on the Columbia Gorge Express and from the Skamania County fairgrounds on the Dog Mo…
The Hood River Valley boys golf team finished in fourth place Wednesday May 19 at the Class 5A state tourney at Pine Ridge Golf Course in Springfield.
The Dalles and Hood River Valley, along with the rest of the Intermountain Conference teams, continue to jockey for position in next week’s season-ending championship tournaments for baseball and softball.
The Dalles and Hood River Valley, along with the rest of the Intermountain Conference teams, are jockeying for position in next week’s season-ending championship tournaments for baseball and softball.
The 2020-21 ten-pin league bowling season was completed at Hood River’s renowned Orchard Lanes last week. Conducting leagues has not been easy with the pandemic pauses. We are fortunate to have completed about 2/3 of the schedule. The bottom line is simple, bowlers love to bowl, they show up…
On April 22, Hood River Eagles boys Lacrosse started off a shortened season with a big win versus the Central Catholic Rams in a season that allowed only a couple weeks in which to prepare.
Hood River Valley dominated a young Hillsboro High team, 58-14, Friday night at Hare Field in the season-ending football game for both teams.
Hood River Valley’s Chloe Bullock and Crook County’s Alec Carne are the individual favorites in Wednesday’s Intermountain Conference district cross country meet at Sorosis Park in The Dalles.
Neither senior runner has lost a race this shortened season, which included mostly weekly dual or three-way meets among league opponents.
The culmination of Season 2 in Oregon high school athletics continues this week for Gorge-area teams. There are no state playoffs this year, but leagues are conducting season-ending single-elimination tournaments.
Something had to give Friday in a season-ending Special District 4 six-man football matchup between the undefeated South Wasco County Redsides and the unbeaten Joseph Eagles. It was the defending six-man football champion Redsides who concluded the spring season unbeaten following a 45-0 blo…
The culmination of Season 2 in Oregon high school athletics will mean a busy week for Gorge-area teams. There are no state playoffs this year, but leagues are conducting season-ending single-elimination tournaments.
Extended pandemics have a way of adding perspective into a lot of things in life, especially those of double-masked football players. But there’s nothing like a high school rivalry to provide a needed respite in otherwise trying times.
Hood River — The Dalles High School volleyball team (1-7, 1-6 league) picked up its first win of the season over Hood River Valley (3-6, 3-4 league) in four sets on Saturday.
Sarah Davies led Hood River Valley and Lucy Booth led The Dalles at the Alpine Skiing 2021 Oregon High School State Championships earlier this month at Mt. Hood Skibowl.
There are no official state playoffs this COVID-shortened, spring football season, but the final, home contests for South Wasco County and Dufur will serve as such.
Last week, team Take Ten won the abbreviated Tuesday Nite Mixed bowling league at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. The top four teams earned spots in the season-ending three-game total pins league championship roll off. Those teams were Team Nishi, Take Ten, defending champs Who Gives A Split and…
The Dalles — Inspired by Senior Day festivities while playing its final home game proved to be highly motivational for The Dalles football team last week. The Riverhawks (2-1) played nearly perfect in a 34-0 non-league victory over Class 6A Wilson Saturday afternoon at Sid White Field on the…
HOOD RIVER — A last-second pass play as time expired in the first half helped propel Ridgeview to a 46-26 Special District 1 football win Friday over host Hood River.
HOOD RIVER — Ridgeview running back Josh Biever was a workhorse for the Ravens in a 46-26 Intermountain Conference football win Friday, March 26 at Hood River Valley High School.
The Dalles Riverhawks are still searching for their first win of the season, as the Crook County Cowgirls rolled into town to take a 25-16, 25-21, 25-17 victory Tuesday at Kurtz Gym.
Following an impressive 27-6 season-opening win at Putnam, The Dalles High Riverhawks had hoped their momentum would continue in their home opener Friday against visiting La Salle. Things were on course until second-half turnovers and the high-flying Falcons derailed the Riverhawks, 41-6, in…
Redmond is the next Intermountain Conference challenge for Hood River’s girls soccer team, which should be battle tested by now after a tough non-league schedule.
Pendleton pulled away from a banged-up Hood River Valley football team, 26-6, in a rare Saturday afternoon game at Pendleton Round-Up Arena.
The Columbia High School football team finished its season with a 28-14 victory over Goldendale last Friday.
Defense has led Horizon Christian in most of its soccer games this season, but Coach Andrew Stenberg knows his team will need to improve its offense in order to remain in contention for the playoffs.
Ridgeview High could cramp Jaden Dubon’s style for only so long Thursday before something was bound to give. When the Hood River soccer player finally got some space — and some nice passes — it was match over.
Their game with Crook County canceled, The Dalles High School sophomore Lyris Voodre (3) brings the ball into play during a scrimmage game last Thursday afternoon in The Dalles. The team has four games remaining in the season, with their final league competition against Hood River Valley Hig…
Sherman’s Class 1A football win streak over adjacent county rival South Wasco came to an end Saturday in Maupin. The host Redsides (2-0), guided by Coach Mike Waine, used some late-game defensive maneuvers to accomplish their goal, 62-44.
This year our dine and drink business locations throughout the Gorge have suffered with closures. You can help support your favorites by purchasing take out and gift cards. Many of these business will offer curb-side delivery and some will deliver to your home. Let’s keep the Gorge going strong!
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