Marcille wins 100, working toward sprint title

Marcille wins 100, working toward sprint title

Stephen Marcille has the mercurial speed to be the Metro League’s fastest man in the...

Sunset's Partch performs well under pressure

Sunset's Partch performs well under pressure

Given a shot to strut her stuff as Sunset’s No. 1 girls singles’ player, Nicole Partch...

Mutz-McCay back and better than ever for Beaver track

Mutz-McCay back and better than ever for Beaver track

When a competitor’s athletic mortality is nearly taken from them, every subsequent victory...

Neeson, Apollos knock off Crusaders

Neeson, Apollos knock off Crusaders

This win was the real thing. This bona fide triumph came against the Metro League beasts, not...

Still got it

Still got it

Sunset's A.J. Smith wins three events including 100 dash For a guy who hadn’t run a...

Westview's Parker Kelly commits to UO

Westview's Parker Kelly commits to UO

The University of Oregon didn’t promise Parker Kelly anything when it began recruiting the...

Vemuri goes the distance, outlasts Lin

Vemuri goes the distance, outlasts Lin

This wasn’t Avi Vemuri’s first rodeo. At this point in his star-studded career, the...

Jesuit boys' golf scorches Langdon Farms

Jesuit boys' golf scorches Langdon Farms

Taking advantage of unrivaled warm spring weather that resembled more a district or state...

Aloha softball applying team concept to season

Aloha softball applying team concept to season

How do you replace the best softball pitcher in school history, the workhorse of your team, the...

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by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Aloha rightfielder Cidney Marshall and first baseman Lexi Wahlstrom celebrate Marshalls key defensive stop in the second inning against McMinnville.
April 17, 2014

Aloha softball awakens in fourth, mows McMinnville

by Matt Singledecker
The second time through the lineup, Aloha can be decisively deadly. After starting their preseason finale against McMinnville relatively hushed with two hits and one run through three innings,…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Beaverton senior catcher Justin Wakem is one veteran leaders on a young Beaver baseball team looking to make noise in Metro this spring. Wakem can also play any position in the infield defensively.
April 17, 2014

Beavers' bats go quiet versus Reynolds

by Matt Singledecker
Somebody get the Beaverton baseball team’s bats some smelling salts as soon as possible. Not counting a seven-run outing against Canby, the Beavers’ sticks have been silent, scoring just seven…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge freshman catcher Brooke Johnson will be one of the young players the Skyhawks count on this season for defense and hitting at the dish.
April 10, 2014

Southridge softball striving for postseason Metro respect

by Matt Singledecker
On the outside looking in the past three years in the Metro’s softball title picture, Southridge wants to get back to its rightful place —at the top of the league, competing deep into the…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge's Natalie Leckey won both the 100 and 300 hurdles against Sunset on Thursday, two weeks after falling at an intersquad scrimmage.
April 10, 2014

Back on the horse, Southridge's Leckey sweeps hurdles

by Matt Singledecker
A hurdler’s worst nightmare is hearing that peculiar “ping”, a horrifying clinking noise that signifies something’s gone awry trying to clear a barricade, and something much worse could be at…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge senior second baseman Kylie Kushiyama tries to turn a double play versus West Linn.
April 10, 2014

Slow start strangles Southridge softball in defeat

by Matt Singledecker
Judge Southridge’s sluggish 7-2 loss to West Linn on Friday as an anomaly. With off-the-field impending weekend distractions weighing on the Skyhawks’ minds, Southridge didn’t quite resemble the…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Aloha junior starting pitcher Courtney Coombs struck out seven in a complete game win over The Dallles on Wednesday April 3.
April 10, 2014

Warriors' bats whale on The Dalles for win

by Matt Singledecker
It’s not about me, it’s about we. The Aloha softball team has now won fives games in a row and done so with an impressive combination of offensive outbursts, defensive rigor and an allegiance to…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Aloha senior Richard Belog has pop in his bat and can throw heat from the mound for the Warrior baseball team thats looking to rise up the Metro ranks.
April 03, 2014

Warrior baseball taking on underdog role in Metro

by Matt Singledecker
In a league brimful of blue blood, state-title toting programs that once again look destined for success, the Aloha baseball team is battling for respect and reverence this spring. The Warriors…
by: TIMES FILE PHOTO - Beavertons Gigi Stoll and the Beavers girls golf team is looking for its third trip to the 6A state meet.
April 03, 2014

Stoll, Martens want to take Beaverton back to state

by Matt Singledecker
Because of Gigi Stoll’s greatness, Beaverton girls’ golfer Kylie Martens sometimes gets lost in the Metro League’s chain of command. The University of Arizona commit’s 270-yard drives, prodigal…
by: TIMES FILE PHOTO - Sunset senior post Tyler Gutierrez was picked as the Metro League Player of the Year following a standout season on both ends of the hardwood.
April 03, 2014

Gutierrez, Sherwood take home top Metro boys' hoops honors

by Matt Singledecker
There’s a certain distinction, a particular acclaim that comes with being named first-team Metro League in boys’ basketball. When future collegians and even NBA players such as Mike Dunleavy…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Westview senior Kyle Cox slides safely across home plate for the Wildcats first run of the game against Lake Oswego on Monday.
April 03, 2014

Young Wildcats lose squeaker to Lakers

by Matt Singledecker
Though stockpiled with emerging talent, it’s important to remember the Westview baseball team is still a highly young squad assimilating to the intensity and mental focus it takes to reign in…

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by: TIMES FILE PHOTO - Jesuit sophomore Bess Waldram reached the 6A state final last year with a sore right shoulder, and hopes to be 100 percent this spring.
Apr 03, 2014

Larner, Waldram back for loaded Jesuit girls' tennis

by Matt Singledecker
Since the two exchanged hugs on center court at the 2013 girls’ singles state championships last May, Jesuit’s Erin Larner and Bess Waldram have seemingly been on a collision course to renew…
by: TIMES PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Westview sophomore pitcher Abby Greer is healthy and stronger than she was a freshman. Head coach Ronda McKenzie is hoping for a big year from her hurler.
Apr 03, 2014

Stacked Westview softball seeking Metro title, state run

by Matt Singledecker
The softball team turning the most heads, and grabbing the attention of the Metro League in the preseason has an ample supply of talent— eight all-league returners to be exact. They have a…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge junior Marissa King chips onto the green on the 17th hole at Portland Golf Club.
Apr 03, 2014

In the swing of things

by Matt Singledecker
Metro golfers shake off early season rust Ticked off with a slew of three putts and her overall play, Jesuit’s Riley Pendergast did what any perturbed golfer would do after four double bogeys on…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge sophomore first baseman Jacob Calo, left, is a power hitter from the left side of the plate and he can also field his position effectively
Mar 27, 2014

Southridge baseball eyeing return to state

by Matt Singledecker
Don’t worry about playing prizewinning-level of baseball around spring break. Last May, an enigmatic Southridge squad finished third in the Metro League, but got hot at the right time, ripping…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Valley Catholic pitcher Molly Danielson is just a sophomore, but the righty has taken on a leadership role for the inexperienced Valiants.
Mar 27, 2014

Danielson, Shoemaker guiding green Valiant softball squad

by Matt Singledecker
A year older and a year wiser, Molly Danielson and Lauren Shoemaker are the linchpins escorting a Valley Catholic softball team that’s senior-loaded, but green and learning on the job. Danielson…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Valley Catholic senior pitcher Carter Buuck struck out 14 batters in his season debut 10-0 win over Dayton on Thursday.
Mar 27, 2014

Buuck, Valiants dominate season-opener

by Matt Singledecker
Back and better than ever, Carter Buuck and the Valley Catholic baseball team showed no signs of corrosion or complacency in their 10-0 season-opening win against Dayton. Just two days after…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Valley Catholic outfielder Sam Teague is part of a loaded senior class that is bent on bringing a state championship home on June 1.
Mar 27, 2014

Valley baseball says it's championship or bust

by Matt Singledecker
For all of its 3A athletic dominance in the past decade, the only championship banner missing high on Valley Catholic’s gym wall other than football is baseball. The talented 2007 team that…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge junior pitcher Parker Stidham has taken over as the Skyhawks Tuesday starter and hopes to set the tone in each Metro League series this season.
Mar 27, 2014

Southridge starts slow, Clackamas capitalizes

by Matt Singledecker
It’s only late March, but the defending state runner-up Clackamas Cavaliers looked prepared to go another long postseason run. At the same time, Southridge — the team Clackamas beat in the 2013…
by: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Aloha first baseman Taylor Nelson drove in four runs for the Warriors who crushed Milwaukee in preseason play on March 20.
Mar 27, 2014

Aloha goes to work early, mows Milwaukee

by Matt Singledecker
Awake for the very first time this season, Aloha’s bats mowed down Milwaukee in what the Warriors hope becomes a reoccurring theme this season. Shaking off the cobwebs of a 7-0 season-opening…
by: TIMES PHOTO: VERN UTEYKE - Jesuit small forward Jack Nadelhoffer grabs a rebound in the third quarter of the Crusaders' loss to West Linn on Friday.
Mar 20, 2014

Jesuit can't slow Pritchard, West Linn in 6A semifinals

by Matt Singledecker
Sometimes the best laid basketball plans go awry. Jesuit’s Reid Bucy funneled Payton Pritchard into a hard hedge along the right wing to a helping Jack Nadelhoffer, who pushed the West Linn…




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