Hood River Valley Girls Varsity Swimming

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Swimmers Finish Season With Strong State Placement

Eagle Swimming flew fast through the entire OSAA State Swimming Championships this weekend at Tualatin Hills as they wrapped up their very successful 2018-2019 swim season. Results are as follows: 200 medley relay 7th – 2:00.36 – Sarah Arpag, Celilo Brun, Madaket Greenleaf, Faith Ocheskey 200 freestyle 9th – 1:56.23 – Luke Southall 200 IM

Girls Swimming 2019 Intermountain Conference Champions!

The boys and girls swim team competed in the competitive Intermountain Conference today.  Congratulations to the girls team for coming out on top and winning their conference!  The HRV boys placed third overall. Wins in any event are automatic qualifiers for the state meet, and the wildcard spots for the remaining places will be determined

Swimmers Finish Dual Meet Season Strong

The Eagles flew fast on their last dual meets of the season against the Riverhawks and the Buckaroos. The girls scores were Hood River 104 – Pendleton 65, and Hood River 129 – The Dalles 37 to swim faster than both Pendleton and The Dalles at our Double Dual on Thursday night. The boys split

Eagles Split Dual with Redmond Panthers in the Pool

The Swimmin’ Eagles split a pair with the Redmond Panthers tonight at the Hood River Aquatic Center. The girls came out ahead 130-34, while the boys lost a close one 73-84. Nine swimmers took top honors – Sarah Arpag was a double winner in the 100 fly and 100 back, Celilo Brun took first in

Swimmers Defeat the Gladstone Gladiators

The Hood River Valley Eagle Swimmers defeated the Gladstone Gladiators tonight at the Hood River Aquatic Center. The girls took top honors with a 129-36 win and the boys score was 70-25. Double winners tonight included Sarah Arpag (100 fly and 100 back), David Hecksel (100 fly and 100 back), Mario Jaimez Villa (200 free

Swimmers Shine at The Dalles Invitational

The Dalles Invitational was held at the Hood River Aquatic Center January 12th. The HRVHS Eagle Girls took home the 1st place Plaque, while the boys took 5th. Many great swims were had by the Eagles today. The girls swept first place in all 3 relays – 200 Medley Relay of Sarah Arpag, Celilo Brun,

Eagle Swimmers defeat Ridgeview Ravens at Home Dual

The Eagles handed the Ridgeview Ravens a defeat in both girls and boys swimming tonight at the Hood River Aquatic Center. Finals scores for the girls Hood River 129 – Ridgeview 26. Boys scores were Hood River 75 – Ridgeview 44. This brings the 2019-2019 season Win Loss record to 6-1 for the girls, and

Eagle Swimmers split dual with the Gresham Gophers

The Boys and Girls Swimming Teams interrupted their Winter Break with a morning of racing at the Hood River Aquatic Center January 3rd. The Gresham Gophers had a close meet with the boys, but the Gophers came out on top 94-64 – while the Eagle girls won by a 124-42 margin. Standouts for the Eagles

Swimming splits dual with the Buckaroos

The Pendelton Buckaroos came and provided great competition for the Hood River Eagles tonight at the Hood River Aquatic Center, where they split the meet. The lady Eagles came out on top 98-72, while the Buckaroos took the win in the mens column with a close 82-70 finish. Faith Ocheskey won both the 100 and

Girls Win One – Lose One in Double Dual

The HRVHS girls swim team competed in a double dual meet with David Douglas and Centennial High Schools in Portland Thursday.  They lost to David Douglas 112-58, but won the dual with Centennial 129-31.   Standout swims for the girls included wins by Sarah Arpag in the 200 IM and 2nd place in 100 fly,