Hood River Valley 5, Franklin 2: Gio Magana and Jaime Frias scored two goals apiece as the Eagles won for the third straight time to begin the season. Alex Gutierrez also scored a goal for HRV.
Mac-Hi 1, The Dalles 0
Hood River Valley 2, Franklin 2: Mona Diaz and Kassidy Davidson were the goal scores for HRV, as the Eagles ended up with their second tie in three games.
Sherwood def. The Dalles 25-14, 25-10, 25-14
Ft. Vancouver def. Columbia 22-25, 25-27, 25-22, 25-16, 16-14
Heppner def. Sherman 23-25, 25-8, 25-19, 26-24
City Christian def. Trout Lake 26-24, 13-25, 25-22, 25-17
Goldendale def. Kiona-Benton 25-22, 25-20, 25-15
Lyle-Wishram def. South Wasco 3 games to 2
Firefighters in The Dalles battled a fire late Monday afternoon off an alleyway between 9th, 10th, and Lewis Streets. The fire occurred in the backyard of a home on 1510 East 9th, and burned a shed and a van, along with some fences. Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue crews were assisted by firefighters from the Dallesport Fire District in battling the blaze, which broke out at about 5:30 p.m. Crews had to deal with narrow access, running hoses from hydrants through driveways on 9th and Lewis. MCFR Chief Bob Palmer issued a reminder that fire season is not over yet, with predicted dry weather expected to extend the season well into October.
The Oregon Secretary of State’s office is mailing postcards to eligible voters offering them the opportunity tor register to vote. It’s part of the state joining the Electronic Registration Information Center, and is the first step in improving voter rolls in the country. The next step will cross-check voting rolls with the Department of Motor Vehicles, U.S. Postal Service, and Social Security Death Index. Some people may receive a postcard and are already registered to vote. To make sure you are registered, go to oregonvotes.gov. The deadline to register for the November election is October 14.
Ridgeview def. Hood River Valley 25-17, 25-19, 25-6
Trout Lake 2, Corbett 0
The Hood River Urban Renewal Agency has authorized its staff to complete documents to purchase land at the south end of the Nichols Basin as part of a deal reached between Naito Development and Friends of the Hood River Waterfront that would allow Naito to construct a hotel and commercial building while preserving property adjacent to the Basin as a low impact public park. Mayor Arthur Babitz made the announcement at Monday night’s Urban Renewal and City Council meeting, saying the basic elements for an agreement are in place, and it is now in the hands of lawyers. The agreement will allow construction of the hotel to proceed, with Naito selling property next to the water that had been at the crux of appeals by Friends of the Waterfront to the Urban Renewal Agency, which will pay for it through property tax revenues from the hotel and convey it to the City for riparian protection and a park that will include the final link to completing a pedestrian and bicycle path on the Waterfront. Bob Natio of Naito Development said the goal is to open the Hampton Inn hotel by September or October of next year, and start construction on a commercial building that will be moved from its original location this coming spring. Friends attorney Brent Foster said the agreement would accomplish that group’s goal of preserving the riparian area along the Waterfront. Babitz says a purchase price will be revealed when the documents are finalized, expected to happen in the next couple of weeks.
Oregon and Kentucky State Police are asking for the public’s help to locate a father and son whose vehicle was found last week abandoned along Highway 35 in the Mt. Hood area. The OSP on Friday checked a silver 2012 Kia Rio four-door displaying a Kentucky license plate that had been parked for about one week approximately a half mile north of the Dog River Trailhead in Hood River County. Family contacts said the vehicle’s owner, 59-year-old John Kevin Wood of Bardstown, Kentucky, most likely was accompanied by his son, 32-year-old Jason Anthony Wood. Both men live together and neither have been in contact with family nor have neighbors seen them since mid-August. John Wood is described as a white male, 6’1″, 170 lbs, with gray hair and blue eyes. Jason Wood is described as a white male, 5’9″, 140 lbs, with brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone who may have seen John or Jason Wood in the Mt. Hood area over the past two weeks, or with information regarding their whereabouts, is asked to call OSP Northern Command Center dispatch at (503) 731-3030 or Detective Lori Rosebraugh at (541) 296-9646 ext. 5350.
Hood River County will have a codes enforcement officer in place by October 1. County Commissioners included the new position in their budget for the current fiscal year, feeling a number of land uses in unincorporated areas of the county are not properly permitted or simply illegal. County Administrator David Meriwether says they have a backlog of reports of these types of situations for the new codes enforcement officer to investigate. Meriwether says the new position will be tasked with either getting those uses into compliance, or getting them to alter or cease operations.
The Port of The Dalles is planning to observe National Manufacturing Day on October 3. Port Executive Director Andrea Klaas says the state of Oregon and different industry clusters are trying to bring more attention to manufacturing on that day. Klaas says the Port Commission plans to approve a proclamation recognizing October 3 as National Manufacturing Day, and hopes to partner with manufacturers in the Port to provide tours and tell people about the story of manufacturing. She notes the technological advances in the manufacturing sector might surprise many people.
Aluminum Man Triathlon
Hood River’s Patrick Hiller and Portland’s Nancy Nichols were the winners of the Olympic Triathlon of the Aluminum Man Triathlon in The Dalles over the weekend. Hiller completed the swim, bike ride, and run in 2:16:21 to take the men’s division by 56 seconds over Jason Whitley of The Dalles, while Dan Silvernail of West Linn finished third. In the women’s race, Nichols finished with a time of 2:36:17, 36 seconds ahead of Trisha Kepple of Boise, followed by Dara Ono of Portland. In the Sprint Triathlon, Nils Engberson of Hood River won the men’s division and Leanne Neal of Dufur was first among the women. Jesse Haas of Portland and Heather Leach of Seattle topped the Olympic Duathlon.
Woodburn 38, Hood River Valley 24
Molalla 50, The Dalles 0
Goldendale 22, Columbia 19
Washougal 18, Stevenson 6
Dufur 58, Lowell 38
Hosanna Christian 58, Lyle-Wishram 28
Sherman 60, Powder Valley 20
Bend def. The Dalles 25-21, 25-21, 25-7
Hood River Valley def. Putnam 25-12, 25-12
Dallas def. Hood River Valley 20-25, 25-14, 15-10
Stanfield def. South Wasco 25-21, 25-22, 25-18
Mitchell/Spray def. Horizon Christian 25-22, 25-18, 25-17
Burn River def. Horizon Christian 25-23, 25-18. 23-25, 25-20
Both the Hood River Valley boys and girls varsity teams finished second at the Runner’s Soul Cross Country Festival in Hermiston. The Dalles girls were fourth and the boys sixth. Hermiston won the boys’ competition while Oregon City topped the girls. Top individual finishers from the area included HRV’s Justin Crosswhite in third and Jory Nelson of The Dalles sixth among the boys, and The Dalles’ Emily Morin was fourth in the girls’ race while Hood River’s Lauren Robinson was ninth.
Hood River Valley 4, Tigard 0: Jaime Frias, Oscar Munoz, Gio Magana, and Andres Baeza all scored for HRV, as the Eagles won their second straight game.
The Dalles 7, Redmond 1
The Dalles 5, Redmond 0
Hood River Valley 1, Newberg 1: Lily Zega scored the goal for Hood River.
Dufur def. Sherman 25-3, 25-9, 25-10
Dufur def. Heppner 21-25, 25-21, 25-21, 25-17
Heppner def. Sherman 25-15, 25-7, 25-14