The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, November 07, 1979, Page 6, Image 6

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Reynolds gains nationalberth
By Chris Merritt
Of The Print
It will indeed be a busy week
for cross country star Nancy
Reynolds, as she pre pares for a
trip to Kansas and the National
Association cross country
championships, to be held in
The freshman sensation
qualified for the meet by
finishing third at the regional
meet in Bend on Saturday.
The men, on the other hand,
ended their season failing to
qualify for any post-season par-
Reynolds was in the lead for
the first half of the 5,000-meter
race, but the high altitude at
Bend (over 4,000 feet) affected
the outcome of the race.
For Reynolds’ fine effort, she
earned first team all conference
and first team all-regional
Coach Marilyn Lensenmeyer
commented, “Nancy ran reallv
well for not being used to. that
high of art altitude. The times
aren’t really comparable to
other times at lower places!”
Reynolds and her coach will
be leaving Friday for the
national meet to begin Satur­
day in Witchita.
The men’s team did not fare
as well as Reynolds did, as n<5
one on the men’s squad
qualified for the national meet.
Coach Buck Monroe said,
“Everyone ran just about up to
what I expected. We should
have a much better team next
year with everyone returning.”
The top finisher for the
Cougs was Jim Colgan in 17th
place, followed by David
Boone, placing 39th, Tony
Lahti in 46th place, Chris
Merritt placing 60th, Neil
Ousterhout in 67th place out
o f well over 80 runners.
V-ballers loss to J. B. proves costly
nrn*Un ^anneman
Of The Print
The women’s volleyball team
had their hopes for a trip to
Booters season over
unlucky not to put our shots league.”
Although the regular season
Of The Print
The bitter taste of defeat still has ended for the hooters,
The 1979 season has all but
corné to a close for the CCC lingered in the mouths of the there still looms a small ray of
soccer team as they finished up CCC booters as Lane came to light at the end of the tunnel as
the year'against the University town on Wednesday and that far as the possibility of gaining
of Portland and Lane Com­ taste became sweet as the an NAIA playoff berth is con­
munity College on Tuesday Cougs avenged their earlier cerned.
The hooters finished the
loss, triumphing 3-1.
and Wednesday, respectively.
It was Cleve Nyberg who league season with a record of
In Tuesday’s contest the
paced the Cougs this day as the 3-3 and tied for third place with
Cougs were once again forced
to battle the elements as well as talented midfielder scored two the University of Oregon. The
the opposition. It seems that goals on the afternoon on only way that CCC could gain
both got the best of the CCC assists from Charlie Park and a playoff berth would be to
Ken Froescher. Sean O’Brien finish in second place. How
men, who lost a 1-0 decision.
The Cougs outshot the Pilots scored the other CCC goal can they do that with the
season already over? It seems
16-7, but found themselves unassisted.
Coach Taylor commented that a question has arisen con­
continually hitting the posts or
hitting shots just a fraction too on the win noting, “It was good cerning the eligibility of several
high or wide. As Coach Rich revenge for us, but did not players from the Southern
Taylor put it, “We were just really help our standings in thé Oregon State College soccer
team, the team finished one
slot ahead of the Cougs in the
league standings. If the SOSC
players are found to be
ineligible, the team would be
forced to forfeit at least three
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games, which would then put
CCC in second place and
eligible for the playoffs ahead
of U of O on the basis of a bet­
ter points for, points against
average accumulated over the
Lifetime guarantee on mufflers
course of the season.
*Duals & headers
If the Cougs are suddenly
*Trucks & motor homes
launched into the NAIA playof­
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fs, they would play OCE Sun­
‘Complete foreign car service
day in Monmouth but, if the
SOSC team members are, in
812 Molalla Ave.
fact, eligible that light at the end
of the tunnel may well be a
Oregon City
By Brian Rood
Oh Thank Heaven For
regionals shattered Monday Clackamas was unable to
regionals shattered Monday
night when they lost the play­ the final point. Judson mad]
off game to Judson Baptist, 14- an impressive comeback, do A
16, 11-15. With the season by 11 points to defeat the]
now over, the Cougars league Cougars.
The second game started in
record stands at 12-7 and 17-7
judson’s favor but the Cougarl
on the season.
The Cougs traveled to Mt. stayed with them. Several
Hood to face Judson Baptist times it looked as if CCC would
on a nuetral court. The game take the lead, but Judson hen
was a play-off for third and on and finally won the garni
fourth in the league and a trip aricT a trip to regionals, leavn
the Cougar team in four!
to regionals for the victor.
The match opened with place.
In earlier volleyball actio!
Clackamas in full control of the
game. The Cougars scoring this week the Cougars defeat«
OCE, Oct. 30, by a score 15-5,1
with everything quickly built
the score up to 14-3. Just 15-10, and 15-13. On the
when it looked like everything following Friday the Cougs hit
was going CCC’s way the the road to face number on]
momentum changed in Jud­ ranked Mt. Hood, and th
son’s favor. Judson Baptist number
regained their composure and Chemeketa team. ClackaiB
began an attack of their own. lost to both teams that night;
Although the serve went back losing to Mt. Hood 15-9,11
awhile, and Chemeketa 3-15, 9-15.1
Sport shorts
A three-way tie has evolved
in the intramural flag football
league as the Grunts stopped
the previously undefeated
Broncos, 12-6, to create the
deadlock. The three teams all
have compiled records of 2-1.
This week’s action will pit the
Broncos against Steve’s 'while
the Grunts and the Paper­
weights collide in the highlight
game of the week.
program has all but been
disbanded with bad weather
and a lack of participation the
culprits. However, if you are
still interested in playing tennis,
there is the possibility of
arranging matches through
Loren Swivel, intramural coor­
7 Days
a Week
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The season may be over fo]
the men’s team but most hl
them will keep running through]
the winter to stay in shape fol
track. Also, some will be rtfl
ning in indoor track meet!
And as for Nancy Reynold!
her season may have ml
The Tri-City Turkey Trot, a
6.7-mile road race through the
Stafford area, will take place
Nov. 17, starting at 9 a.m. at
Stafford School.
The race is being sponsored
by the Gladstone, Oregon City
and West Linn community
education offices, the College
and Oregon City Sporting
Goods Store.
Registration fee for the race
is $5 and all those participating
must register before the day of
the race. Registration forms are
available at the Gladstone,
Oregon City and West Linn
community education offices or
by calling 657-2403.
T-shirts will be given to all
participants and awards will be
presented to the winners in
each age division for men an|
For anyone interested in]
joining the CCC men’s enniJ
team, there will be! an
organizational meeting Thur­
sday at 3 p.m. in Randall 026.1
Coach Rich Taylor said]
“The meeting will involve
arranging court times for son!
possible indoor matches and to
let new players know about the
program.” Players who have
any questions concerning! the
program prior to the meeting on
will be unable to attend may
contact Taylor at ext. 298. I
The Ski Bowl Ski
School is now ac­
cepting applications
for an instructor!
training program
starting Nov. 15th.j
Instructors for the
Ski Bowl Ski School!
regular teaching
staff are chosen from]
among the graduates
of this course.
For Information,
phone evenings:
Portland 503-292-0910
Vancouver 206-574-01571
Or write...
Ski Bowl Ski School ]
P.O. Box 102
Portland 97207
Clackamas Community College