HIGHLIGHTS: Hood River Girls Paraded after First Oregon State Title

High school water polo champions are often at the center of some serious celebrations and partying. The girls of Hood River Valley in Oregon had the special privilege of a victory parade complete with local fire department engines after their first ever state title.

HRV water polo players Courtney Castaneda, Jamie Robinson (obscured), and Faith Ocheskey, along with Head Coach Kellie Dunn (left to right), raise their index fingers to make the “No. 1” sign during the victory parade that went through Hood River midday Sunday. Dave Cameron, who helped start the program a few years ago, is the man in the foreground of the image, who is doing the same.

HRV water polo players Courtney Castaneda, Jamie Robinson (obscured), and Faith Ocheskey, along with Head Coach Kellie Dunn (left to right), raise their index fingers to make the “No. 1” sign during the victory parade that went through Hood River midday Sunday…

The Eagles won the 5A state championship in Corvallis on Saturday with a 5-2 victory over Summit. The program was created four years ago.

A video slideshow of their victory and the ensuing celebration by Vimeo user dMc.

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