Sports Briefs for Aug. 17

HRVHS Hall of Fame Golf Tourney Sept. 21

Set your calendars for the seventh-annual Hood River Valley High School Athletic Hall of Fame fundraiser golf tournament on Sept. 21 at Indian Creek Golf Course. The four-person scramble starts at 8:30 a.m. and is $300 per team of four (or $90 per player), which acts as a fundraiser for the HRVHS athletic department and includes green fees, cart, lunch and a goodie bag. Prizes will be awarded for longest drive, closest to the pin, top three teams, last team and hole-in-one.

Pick up registration forms at Indian Creek Golf Course, HRVHS athletic office or by calling 541-386-2318.

Erin Jones eighth at Triathlon World Cup

Hood River native and Colorado-based professional triathlete Erin Jones was in Hungary last week for the 2013 Tiszaujvaros ITU Triathlon World Cup. Jones, a 2009 HRVHS graduate, finished eighth overall in the elite women category with a total time of 1:01:39. USA teammate Katie Hursey won the event in 1:00.25.

ICMGA action continues

Indian Creek Men’s Golf Association action hosted 28 golfers in its latest round of friendly membership competition last the weekend. The tournament consisted of four different nine-hole formats over two days. Top finishers were:

Low Gross: 1st: Jake Morgan/Kevin Morgan; 2nd: Roger Barry/Denis Thomas; 3rd: John Garcia/Ross Kitt

Low Net: 1st: Yoyo Cervantes/Jim Slusher; 2nd: Gene Aslin/ Kelly Yackley; 3rd: Guido Wallace/ John Lozowski

ICMGA’s next tournament is the Fall Handicap tournament Sept. 14-15.

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Send sports briefs, event information, game recaps, story ideas, college athlete updates, photos, etc. to Adam Lapierre at: 541-386-1234 or alapierre@hoodrivernews.com.

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