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ooters fall twice, then beat
showed their inexperience as
"both PCC goals came in the fir­
st half. “We made a couple of
defensive mistakes that allowed
Portland to score,” said Taylor.
One of those mistakes came
with just five seconds to go in
the half, which is a fate worse
than death among soccer ad­
Charlie Park gained the lone
goal for the Cougar booters
with an assist from Mark
On Saturday, the Univerity
of Oregon came to town and
dropped the Cougs by the
identical score of 2-1.
Oregon scored the first goal
of the afternoon before Charlie
Park was able to put
Clackamas on the board when
he put the rebound off a direct
free kick , into the back of the
net to even the score.
u Brian Rood
If The Print
Much like the current up-
lid-down trend of world gold
larket prices, so it is with the
Cougar soccer team, dropping
|o games last week before
[¡bounding to gain the sole vic-
|ry of a trilogy of games Mon­
ty afternoon.
I Thursday the Cougs hosted
1st year’s league champs, Por­
tend Community College,and
Lund themselves on the short
Id of a 2-1 score.
I However, the loss to PCC
las not totally reflective of the
luation at hand, as Coach
Itch Taylor elected to start his
Icond-string fullbacks in the
|on-league contest to allow
lem to gain valuable playing
I The second team back line
U of O then dominated the
second half, gaining outstan­
players, and was rewarded
with admirable performances
from both players.
Taylor also did a bit of
reshuffling for the game, as he
moved forward Ron Thomas to
center-half, midfielders Gleve
Nyberg to center-forward
where he scored two goals,
and allowed goalie John Welle
to move into fullback position
where Taylor commented, “He
had an outstanding game.”
Taylor also mentioned that
Ron Thomas played excep­
tionally well, totally controlling
the midfield play. Taylor was
not overly impressed with his
team’s performance, but said,
“It’s much of an improvement
goalkeeper, and the decisive
over our effort on Saturday.”
goal from Mike Gorman.
The Cougs will begin a string
The loss drops the Cougs to
of six games on the road.
2-1 in league play while
Taylor hopes to “gain valuable
Oregon moved to 2-0 and sole
possession of first place in
experience against tough com-
petiton” on the trip. The Cougs
OISA league play.
will open with Lewis and Clark
Although Taylor was without
on Wednesday, meet the
the services of two of his star­
University of Portland on Thur­
ters and did some experimen­
sday before taking on Mult­
ting with moving people
nomah School of the Bible on
around for the match against
the following Tuesday.
Concordia, the Cougs were
able to put together a fine per­ Cross
formance ans win 2-Q decision
on the road.
With starters Sean O’Brien
Merritt and Ed Coine finished
and Steve Davey out with By Chris Merritt
twenty-second and twenty­
ankle injuries, Taylor went with Of The Print
Hammuda Marvuk and Sirous
The men’s cross country fourth respectively.
“The guys that have been
Salem to fill in for the injured team posted a second place
finish Saturday at McIver Park out just a little while ran a tine
in the Clackamas Cross Coun­ race, but can still do even bet­
try Classic. Women’s lone per­ ter, when they get in shape,”
former, Nancy Reynolds ran said Coach Buck Monroe. Also
precise and mechanical. They strong as she also gained a our fourth, fifth, sixth, and
seventh place runners need to
are a couple weeks ahead of us second place finish.
in their game, but I’m looking
This was the first time the move up closer to our top three
forward to playing them on our men’s team was complete. The runners.”
For the women’s team, Nan­
home court.”
Cougars finished second for
the team title behind, the cy Reynolds is still the only
The CCC netters retained Oregon College of Education.
runner. Reynolds turned in a
their winning form last Friday in
The top runner for the fine effort placing second.
a match between Central Cougs was Jim Colgan, who There was some good com­
Oregon Community College. finished second just one petition in the' racé with Ofeígón
The Cougars ripped Central second behind the winner of State University.
The next competition for
Oregon 15-8, 15-13,. here in the race. Tony Lahti, second
Randall Gym.
man on the team, finished six­ both men’s and women’s teams
will be Saturday at the College
Clackamas showed great of- th.
David Boone turned in a
fensive skill en route to ninth place finish.
Niel against Central Oregon Com­
munity College, Chemeketa,
defeating Central Oregon Ousterhout was sixteenth,
“They are starting to play a closely
followed by Jim Hardy and Blue Mountain. The meet
will start at 11 a.m.
more powerful offense,” stated in nineteenth place. Chris
Coach Swivel. Joy Czmowski
and Sue Shirley lead the attack
by setting up the plays, ending
in several kill spikes by the front
The volleyball team con­
cluded this week’s action here
Of The Holly Farm Mall
Saturday in a tri-match bet­
ween Southwestern Oregon
S.E. Me Loughlin, Milwaukie
Community College and
Chemeketa. Clackamas split
on the night, defeating South­
western 15-4, 15-17, 15-10,
Gold Filled
and dropping to Chemeketa
and 14K Gold Chains
12-15, 0-15.
For Men & Women
Loren Swivel was quick to
point out her team’s im­
provement in the match against
Beautiful Pendants
the Chiefs. “We’re setting up
the ball much more, and our
and Earrings
hitters aren’t afraid to hit the
ball. They are learning to play
together as a team.” Although
the Cougars played a well
rounded game, the Chief’s
handed them their second loss
Engagement and Wedding Rings
of the season.
It was a different story again­
st Southwestern. Clackamas
showed its swiftness and
speed, putting the first game of
the match away, 15-4. Not to
be taken lightly, the Lakers
fought back against the
CAI r ii-n
Cougars attack, evening the
score, 1-1. In the third and
deciding game, the score shif-
ted back and forth until
a current
Clackamas ended the threat
with steady serves and power-
ful spikes at the net.
Volleyball team wins two
3y Sue Hanneman
If The Print
I The women’s volleyball team
[raveled to Gresham Wed-
lesday for a tri-match between
It. Hood and Blue Mountain,
■he Cougars defeated Blue
fountain, 15-9,15-8, but lost
[Mt. Hood, 15-9, 15-2.
[in the first match against
Blue Mt., Clackamas set the
face with some rapid-fire ser-
Ing, rocketing the score to 9-
| Blue Mt. fought back to
■thin four, but the Cougers
allied with some fine spikes
I Sue Shirley and awesome
lerves by Debbie Nolz.
In the second match,
Clackamas combined a strong
offensive movement at the net,
with total team hustle to down
Blue Mountain.
Clackamas got off to a good
start from four quick serves by
Tracy Shelton, but Mt. Hood
retaliated with several, ace
spikes and powerful serves that
the Cougs were unable to han­
dle. The score shifted back and
forth with the Saints coming
out on top.
Clackamas Coach Loren
Swivel commented on the
game by saying, “The Mt.
Hood team is well practiced,
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