HRV snowboard team brings home state bacon

Hood River Valley Snowboard Team’s Autumn Inouye claimed an individual state halfpipe title last week in the Oregon Interscholastic Snowboard Association state championships in Bend. Along with the individual title, the girls team brought home a first-place trophy for the halfpipe event thanks to a second-place performance by Maddie Collins and a 15th-place result for Katie Middle.

HRVST boys had a solid showing as well, highlighted by a second-place overall finish in slopestyle and halfpipe events. Connor Goodwillie was the top finisher for the HRV boys at third-place in the halfpipe contest, eighth in slopestyle and 18th in banked slalom.

State highlights

Team placings

Boys, 2nd overall in slopestyle and halfpipe

Girls, 1st overall in halfpipe

Halfpipe boys

Connor Goodwillie, 3rd

Isaiah Arnold, 15th

River Rudhe, 17th

Ethan Field, 35th

Autumn Inouye, 1st

Maddie Collins, 2nd

Katie Middle, 15th

Banked slalom

Autumn Inouye, 8th

Connor Goodwillie, 18th

Slopestyle

Connor Goodwillie, 8th

Ethan Field, 10th

River Rudhe, 15th

Isaiah Arnold, 32nd

Maddie Collins, 3rd

Autumn Inouye, 27th

Katie Middle, 30th

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