A 3-peat for OC snowboarders

A 3-peat for OC snowboarders

The Pioneers rally around their seniors to bag a third straight state title The athletes on...

Tough act to follow

Tough act to follow

Molly Webster, Mikaela Simac shatter Gladstone records for scoring and steals Seniors Molly...

A veteran lineup should spell success for OC girls lacrosse

A veteran lineup should spell success for OC girls lacrosse

The Pioneers return all but two players from last year's team Oregon City High School’s...

OC thinclads take care of business

OC thinclads take care of business

Jake Harthun is impressive in the 400-meter dash OREGON CITY — Oregon City thinclads were...

A program on the upswing

A program on the upswing

OC roundballers had their most success since 2009-10 Oregon City High School boys basketball...

A truly amazing season

A truly amazing season

Desire, discipline, talent and a work ethic second-to-none bring the La Salle Falcons their first...

An historic season for Gladstone

An historic season for Gladstone

Gladstone girls trophy at state for only the third time in school history HILLSBORO — The...

Young wrestlers excel at state championships

Young wrestlers excel at state championships

The three state champs wrestle because they 'like it,' and because they are good at it Three...

Falcons soar to victory in 5A championship

Falcons soar to victory in 5A championship

Friday the 13th was a lucky day for La Salle Prep’s girls basketball team. The Falcons on...

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Clackamas' Sports

March 25, 2015

Pioneers win in 10

by Clackamas Review
Oregon City High School diamondmen were super competitive in last week’s season opener with Tigard, a 2-1 Pioneer victory. The Pioneers gave up 10 hits and the hard fought contest went to 10…
March 25, 2015

Andra Breshears fires up

by Clackamas Review
Gladstone High School’s softball team split in last week’s season openers, losing to 2014 Class 4A semifinalist Banks 4-0 on Friday, after blanking Astoria 6-0 earlier in the week. Sophomore…
March 25, 2015

Tulip Farm run and walk Saturday

by Clackamas Review
Oregon City High School’s track and field team is hosting a 5-kilometer run/walk and 10-kilometer run at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm on Saturday, March 28. The farm is located at 33814 S.…
March 25, 2015

Singh is medalist in Mt. Hood golf

by Clackamas Review
MOLALLA — Sophomore Jaiveer Singh shot a one-under-par 70 at Arrowhead Golf Club on March 19 to lead Clackamas boys to second place in the Cavaliers’ first Mt. Hood Conference league match of…
March 25, 2015

Cavalier linksters open strong

by Clackamas Review
Clackamas High School’s girls golf team opened the 2015 season in impressive fashion, outclassing the field in a Mt. Hood Conference league match at Glendoveer-West. The Cavaliers’ scored 333,…
March 25, 2015

Golf lessons start April 1

by Clackamas Review
Stone Creek Golf Club is gearing up for group golf lessons. Club professionals will hold once-a-week, four-week sessions on Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays in April,…
March 25, 2015

Tamashiro clears 11-6 in the vault

by Clackamas Review
La Salle Prep sophomore Teresa Tamashiro turned more than a few heads at last week’s Portland Catholic Preview track and field meet, held at Jesuit March 18. Tamashiro cleared 11-6 in the pole…
March 25, 2015

Alli Dickey excels at Sherwood

by Clackamas Review
Alli Dickey made some noise at a four-team track and field meet held at Sherwood on March 18. The Clackamas High School senior won the high hurdles in a time of 15.30 and the low hurdles in…
March 25, 2015

Gladstone guys excel in track and field opener

by Clackamas Review
The Gladiators have the top marks of the day in 13 of the 17 events Gladstone boys were dominant in last week’s home dual-meet track and field opener with Banks, an 86-57 Gladiator victory.…
March 25, 2015

Tri-Valley Conference 2015 Girls Basketball All-Stars

by Clackamas Review
Players of the Year Molly Webster, Gladstone Mariah Stacona, Madras Defensive Player of the Year Mikaela Simac, Gladstone Coaches of the Year Phil Wiesner, Molalla Zach Lillebo, Madras FIRST…

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Mar 25, 2015

The Falcons will be back

by Clackamas Review
With most of the players from this year’s state championship team returning, including their leading scorers, the La Salle Prep Falcons should be a state power in Class 5A high school girls…
Mar 18, 2015

Skipper, Ducks soar at Indoor Nationals

by Clackamas Review
Greg Skipper was in great form for the University of Oregon’s track team over the weekend. The Oregon City High School graduate and Oregon redshirt junior launched the 35-pound weight 72-6-1/2…
Mar 18, 2015

Goodman, Wedin tournament leaders

by Clackamas Review
La Salle sophomore Aleah Goodman and La Salle freshman Taycee Wedin were the youngest players named to the Class 5A State Tournament first all-star team, and they were tournament leaders in…
Mar 18, 2015

Webster, Gladiators were tournament leaders

by Clackamas Review
Gladstone senior Molly Webster played some of her best basketball of the season in last week’s Class 4A State Girls Basketball Tournament, and her efforts did not go unnoticed, as tournament…
JENNIFER COLE/SCENIC ROUTE - Clackamas Community College wrestlers pose proudly with their national runner-up trophy. Pictured are: (front, left to right) head coach Josh Rhoden, coach Rich Vigorito, Robbie Rizzolino, Lawrence Otero, Korbin Levin, Eleazar DeLuca (with trophy), Chris Garcia, Adrian Salas, Ihoghama Odighizuwa, John Morin and NJCAA President Bryce Roderick ; and (back) Zach Wardle, Dylan Reel and Kyle Bateman.
Mar 18, 2015

Cougar matmen second at NJCAA Championships

by John Denny
CCC coach Josh Rhoden is named NJCAA Wrestling Man of the Year Des Moines, IOWA — Clackamas Community College’s wrestling team fell just short of capturing a national championship, finished…
Mar 11, 2015

Kingsmen bow out in the play-in round

by John Denny
But they're looking to be much improved next season One bad quarter proved costly, as Rex Putnam's girls basketball team bowed out of the Class 5A state playoffs on March 4, losing 47-38 in a…
JOHN LARIVIERE - Clackamas senior Markus Golder (23) leaps high to contest a shot by Cole Conklin (12) in last weeks game with Wilson.
Mar 11, 2015

Cavs topple the Trojans with team play, hustle

by John Denny
Mitchell Fink leads the way with a 27-point night Team play and hustle beat out size in a March 3 first-round boys basketball playoff game at Clackamas, as the unheralded Clackamas Cavaliers…
Mar 11, 2015

Oregon City guys turn cold at South Eugene

by John Denny
But they battle to the end, in a 65-55 losing effort It was one of those nights where it was tough to get the ball to drop, and the Pioneers bowed out of the Class 6A state boys basketball…
JOHN LARIVIERE - Oregon City junior point guard Cierra Walker (10) finds Southridge 6-0 freshman post Natalie Hoff (33) waiting for her as Walker attempts to take the ball to the basket in Saturday nights state playoff game at Oregon City. Walker struggled to find the basket all night, and she didnt shoot a single free throw.
Mar 11, 2015

A nightmarish ending for OC girls

by John Denny
Skyhawks put an end to the Pioneers' trophy run at 28 It was a nightmarish ending to an otherwise impressive season for Oregon City’s second-ranked girls basketball team Saturday night in Oregon…
ADAM WICKHAM - La Salle Prep coach Kelli Wedin maps out strategies during Saturday nights 64-28 state playoff win over Ridgefield.
Mar 11, 2015

Falcons continue on a mission

by John Denny
La Salle girls are 24-1 heading into the Class 5A State Tournament The athletes on La Salle Prep’s second-in-the-state ranked girls basketball team on Saturday continued on a mission, upping…




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