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Dairy Farmers of Oregon releases Academic All-State list

Below are grade point averages for Hood River Valley High School and Horizon Christian School winter varsity sports teams, as noted on the Dairy Farmers of Oregon’s Academic All-State list.

HRV boys basketball: 3.30

(1st in 5A: Sherwood, 3.74)

HRV girls basketball: 3.62

(1st in 5A: Crescent Valley, 3.81)

HRV boys swimming: 7th, 3.51

(1st in 5A: Pendleton and The Dalles-Wahtonka, 3-71)

HRV girls swimming: 10th, 3.64

(1st in 5A: Cleveland, 3.91)

HRV wrestling: 4th, 3.32

(1st in 5A: The Dalles-Wahtonka, 3.47)

HRV cheerleading: 3rd, 3.56

Horizon Christian boys basketball: 3.59

(1st in 2A/1A: Crosshill Christian, 3.69)

Horizon Christian girls basketball: 3.89

(1st in 2A/1A: St. Paul and Trinity, 3.92)

HRVHS girls basketball all-league honors

Hood River Valley High School varsity girls basketball players Kelsey Wells and Laura Waller recently received second team all-league honors for their roles on the team’s 2012-13 season. Wells is a sophmore and Waller a senior.

Picking up top league honors were The Dalles-Wahtonka’s Emily Bailey (Player of the Year) and Hermiston coach Steve Hoffert (Coach of the Year).

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