Friday, May 9, 2003
HRV track team hosts Invitational
The Hood River Valley track team competed at Centennial High School on Wednesday in preparation for today’s Hood River Invitational, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the high school. Field events will begin at 10:30, while running events should commence around noon. Complete results for the Eagles’ meet at Centennial are available at www.hrvtrack.com.
HRV baseball loses seventh straight
The Hood River Valley baseball team dropped its seventh straight league game Tuesday at Hermiston by a 10-0 count. Bulldogs pitcher Kevin Skogley, who has signed a letter of intent to the University of Nevada Las Vegas, pitched a three-hitter and struck out 15 along the way. HRV junior Heath Goin hyperextended his left knee in the game, and his status for today’s doubleheader with Bend is not known.
Dynamos tryouts now being held
The Hood River Dynamos Soccer Club will be holding observation/tryout sessions at Westside School, beginning today and lasting into next week. Girls U-15 and older (born before Aug. 1, 1989) will meet on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. U-14 girls (born after Aug. 1, 1989) meet on Tuesday, May 13, at 6 p.m., and U-14 boys (born after Aug. 1, 1989) will meet on Wednesday, May 14, at 6 p.m. Call Becki Rawson at 386-2510 with questions.
HR youth lacrosse teams win two
Both Hood River youth lacrosse teams defeated West Sylvan of Portland on Thursday at Westside Field, with the eighth graders winning 26-8 and the 4th/5th/6th graders winning 16-8. Paul Spaulding led the way for the eighth graders with five goals, while teammates Will Kline and Ian Bohince each added three goals. For the 4th/5th/6th grade team, five players had two goals. Alex Connors, Henry Hunt, Peter Debbaut, Jacob Bohince and Hudson Knoll each found the net twice. Also of note, Ben Veatch scored in his first-ever game.
The eighth-grade team also won its game on May 1 by a score of 16-13 over Riverdale. Ian Bohince and Paul Spaulding each scored four goals to lead the way.
Smith shoots low gross at HRGCC
Jo Smith led 23 ladies at Hood River Golf Course on Tuesday with a low gross score of 97. Sue Gutzler and Betty Ufford were right behind with a 98, while Patsy Prideaux shot an even 100 for fourth place. Shirley Ekker shot a 105 for fifth, and Clara Rice and Barb Zeller tied for sixth with a 111. Jeanie Farwig shot the low net score of 64. Vera Hawk was second with 69 and Kaz Sumoge third with 72. Note: the Flag Day tournament will take the place of Day’s Play on May 13.
Horizon seeking golf marathon sponsors
Horizon Christian School will be sponsoring the Classic 100 Golf Marathon on Saturday, June 7, at Hood River Golf and Country Club. Participants will try to play 100 holes of golf in one day, and the goal is to raise a minimum of $25 per hole through personal and business contacts. This is a fundraising event that will raise money for the school’s computer lab, student scholarships and the Horizon building fund. The school also plans to open a new preschool and an additional kindergarten class, in addition to its current offering of K-12 classes. If you would like more information, call Chris Herring at 387-3200.
Referee Clinic to be held May 17-18
Anyone interested in obtaining their USSF Level 8 soccer referee certification is invited to attend a two-day clinic next Saturday and Sunday at the Coe Building (Hood River Community Education). The clinic will last from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day and cost is $25. With questions or to register, call Jim Tedford at 386-9271.
Sailing lessons set to begin May 15
Hood River Community Education, in cooperation with the Hood River Yacht Club, will be sponsoring sailing lessons starting May 15. The lessons are for beginners, and those with some basic background. Get hands-on experience aboard sailing vessels ranging in size from 20-35 feet. The class will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays and tuition is $75 per person or $95 per couple. Sign up by calling Community Education at 386-2055.
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Oil train car being transported by truck
A damaged rail car from the June 3, 2016 oil train derailment and fire is transported from the crash site via truck on I84. Enlarge