The No. 2-ranked Tri-Valley Conference Champion The Dalles High Riverhawks won 3-1 at home over the No. 6-ranked Scappoose High Indians (21-6) in an OSAA Class 4A softball state semifinal contest May 30.
On April 17, Underwood resident Riva Muehlbauer raced in the 127th Boston Marathon. This year’s 26.2 mile race hit close to home for Muehlbauer, her family and many other participants. Ten years ago, two bombs were detonated near the finish line. Muehlbauer’s brother, Taija Corso, had just f…
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The Trico League champion and No. 8-ranked Columbia High Bruins (22-3) concluded their season with a 13-0 loss to the Lynden Christian High Lyncs (16-11) in a WIAA Class 1A softball first found playoff game May 25 at Columbia Playfield in Richland, WA.
The Dalles High Riverhawks advanced to the OSAA Class 4A softball quarterfinals for the second consecutive year following a 16-0 win over the Seaside High Seagulls (9-16) in a first round state playoff game May 23 at 16th Street Ballpark in The Dalles.
The Columbia High Bruins split a May 17 doubleheader in the WIAA District 4 Class 1A softball playoffs in Centralia to keep their hopes alive to advance to the state playoffs May 25-27 in Richland.
The Dalles High Riverhawks earned the fourth-place trophy in the OSAA Class 4A boys golf state tournament May 16 at Trysting Tree Golf Course in Corvallis.
The Columbia High Bruins won 5-0 over the Eatonville High Cruisers (11-7) in a district 4 playoff game Thursday at Montesano High School to earn a berth in the WIAA Class 1A boys soccer state tournament next week. The Bruins (13-5) took control of the contest early as they built a 4-0 halfti…
The Columbia High Bruins won 5-0 over the Eatonville High Cruisers (11-7) in a district 4 playoff game Thursday at Montesano High School to earn a berth in the WIAA Class 1A boys soccer state tournament next week.
Davis Kerr and Sierra Muenzer earned spots in this week’s Class 5A state golf tournaments with their performances this past week in regional play.
The Dalles High Riverhawks qualified for OSAA Class 4A boys golf state tournament after taking third place the Special District 1 regional tournament Tuesday at Quail Valley Golf Course in Banks.
The No. 17-ranked Columbia High Bruins lost, 2-1, to the No. 2-ranked Montesano High Bulldogs at Montesano on Tuesday in a WIAA Class 1A boys soccer district playoff game.
The fresh lines of corduroy on the slopes of Mt. Hood Meadows don’t groom themselves. A dedicated staff of individuals operate snowcats to create those groomers every night while the rest of the mountain sleeps.
TYGH VALLEY — On May 6, the Ride the Rapids event helped raise funds and awareness for the new Deschutes River Athletic Complex (DRAC). Michael Bergmann, founder of IncubatorU Consulting, partnered with Hood To Coast and the Maupin Area Chamber Endowment to organize the annual bike ride seri…
Gorge sports roundup for May 10, 2023. High school sports from The Dalles, Hood River and White Salmon, and 1A/2A schools including Glenwood, Klickitat, Lyle, Dufur, South Wasco and Sherman.
More time on the line for pikeminnow anglers: App provides licenses, pikeminnow program registration
PORTLAND — A new app allows anglers to bypass the registration station so they can spend more time and earn more money for reeling in voracious salmon-eating predators during this year’s Northern Pikeminnow Sport Reward Fishery Program.
THE DALLES — The Dalles Booster Club, along with The Dalles High School Athletics, will present the 2023 Hall of Fame event Saturday, May 20.
The Columbia High Bruins continued to struggle last week in the WIAA Class 1A baseball Trico League, as they lost three games to extend their losing streak to five straight.
Gorge sports roundup for May 3, 2023, featuring high school sports from The Dalles, Hood River and White Salmon, and Big Skye Conference 1A.
Pat’s Pro Shop won the Industrial league at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes last week. Congratulations to the champs, Joey Sheirbon, John Mayfield, Jenna Hert and Patrick Olson. The Pro Shop crew clobbered Orchard Lanes in the final match, 19-6.
Sport news and photographs for Columbia High School, The Dalles High School and Hood River Valley High school, and Big Sky 1A conference in Oregon and Washington.
Last week Bloom Auto Body won the Fraternal league in a three game total pin roll-off between the three round winners and a wild card team who had the most points but didn’t win a round. Here are the resulting pin totals for the roll-off teams:
Jeff Brittle bowled up a storm at Hood River’s legendary Orchard Lanes last week. He flattened those stubborn 3-pound, 6-ounce pins like they were his personal cannon fodder, rolling a perfect 300 game and a nifty 743 series in the hot-shot Fraternal league.
Here are last week’s bowling highlights from Hood River’s Orchard Lanes:
A recent donation from Cheno Barajas and his non-profit, IBLV (I Believe), will help sponsor seven soccer players to play for the VanCity White Salmon Soccer Club. Barajas raised a total of $1,215 that will cover the registration fees for seven, possibly eight soccer players looking to furth…
Here are the ten-pin bowling highlights from leagues at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes:
Here are last week’s league bowling highlights at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes:
Things are all quiet on the Southern front up here on the Heights. After the tumultuous events in the preceding week’s exciting city tournament, last week’s league action kind of paled by comparison.
Gorge sports roundup for March 15, 2023, with All League honors and spring sport previews
Jeremy Bloom, Rod Pratt, Nancy Asai, Dr. Kristen Kawachi and Janet Kawachi starred in the 71st annual Hood River city bowling tournament that was held last week at Orchard Lanes.
Fall finishes, spring plans: Gorge sports roundup for March 8. 2023.
The year is 1970. The Vietnam War is raging. Elvis Presley and U.S. President Richard Nixon meet in the White House. That image of the meeting becomes the most requested image from the entire National Archives. The Dow Jones Industrial Average hovers around 800 points, and the North Tower of…
Group works with mountain safety experts on Mount Hood
Congratulations to the team with a witty name, Who Gives a Split, the 2022-23 winners of the exciting Tuesday Nite Mixed league at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. The Splitters, Kristyn Fix, Patty Morrissey, Patrick Olson, and Bill Morrissey claimed the crown in a four team total pins roll off l…
The No. 9-ranked South Wasco County High Redsides fell one game shy of reaching their season goal to advance to the OSAA Class 1A girls basketball state tournament in Baker, losing 72-53 at Jordan Valley on Friday night.
Redsides play Union Saturday, Feb. 25, 2 p.m. in Maupin
The No. 6-ranked South Wasco County High Redsides (24-2) boys basketball team is now a two-time Class 1A Big Sky League District Champion following a thrilling 59-57 win over the Spray/Mitchell/Wheeler High Eagles (16-5) on Feb. 18 at The Dalles High School.
Here are the bowling league highlights at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes last week.
The South Wasco County High Redsides advanced to the Class 1A boys basketball Big Sky League district championship game following a 63-61 win over the Ione/Arlington High Cardinals (11-12) in a district semifinal Thursday at South Wasco High in Maupin.
Here are the highlights from last week’s ten-pin bowling leagues at good old Orchard Lanes up on the Heights in Hood River. If you don’t know where the Heights are, you better find out because it’s where the action is.
Hoquiam High capitalized on home-court advantage, jumped out in front early and stayed in control throughout the contest for a, 57-44, win Thursday night over Columbia High in the WIAA Class 1A girls basketball District 4 playoffs.
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