Bareback & Barrels

Hoopa was well represented at the Memorial Day All-Indian two-day Rodeo in Klamath Falls Oregon last weekend. Clay Ramone (center) placed second in the Bareback competition and Na-Rec Lyons (left) and Iris Hostler (right) competed in the Junior Barrel Racing competition./Photo courtesy of Allie Hostler. Read More →

Largest College Bound Group of Hoopa High School Football Players Sign with College of the Redwoods

Five Hoopa seniors will run on the College of the Redwoods field this coming fall playing with, not against some of their foes from St. Bernard’s and Ferndale high schools. Read More →

College of the Redwoods Freshman and social work major, Clay Ramone tallied 101 yards in the Corsairs recent game against Yuba College earning him last week’s title of Athlete of the Week. Read More →

Trinity River Rapids Splash the 76’ers

 Trinity River Rapids shortstop, Quentin Matilton, steals secondbase safely against the Southern Humbodlt 76On a warm summer's day, the Trinity River Rapids swamped the visiting Southern Humboldt 76'ers in Hoopa, behind strong pitching and timely hitting. The Rapids banged out 22 hits, with starting pitcher Junior Davis collecting 15 strikeouts over his complete game victory. Read More →

Crusaders Sweep Warriors

bradleyhostlerThe Hoopa Valley Warriors needed a strong performance from their pitching staff to stand a chance against the St. Bernard’s Crusaders, the top team in the Little Four with an undefeated 6-0 record. They got that in game one of the twin bill, losing in extra innings 4-3, but were blasted in the night cap 12-1. The first game was a classic pitchers’ duel, with Hoopa’s ace, Junior Davis ( 9 innin Read More →

Warriors Manhandle Cubs

Coming off a disappointing doubleheader sweep at the hands of their rival the St. Bernard’s Crusaders, Hoopa Valley High School (HVHS) needed to boost their confidence. They got to take it out on the very young South Fork Cubs, sweeping a doubleheader in Hoopa on April 22. HVHS outscored the Cubs 29-1, over the two games, winning game one 18-0 and game two 11-1. Hoopa scored 17 runs in the third inning of the first game alone. Read More →