The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, January 19, 1983, Page 7, Image 7

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    65 to 46
Women's basketball team frosts Capilano
By Rob Conner
Of The Print
The Clackamas Com­
munity College women’s
basketball team handily
defeated Capilano College of
Vancouver B.C., Saturday
night here by a score of 65-46.
A tenacious man-to-man
defense gave Clackamas pro­
blems early in the first half. But
once the Cougars began to
run, the “Blues” were held at
bay for the rest of the game.
Trailing 16-13 with
roughly seven minutes left in
the first half, Clackamas
outscored Capilano 24-5. At
the half it was 37-21, and the
Cougars were well on their way
to a fourth straight win.
Capilano’s size advantage
and hot shooting posed a big
barrier in keeping Clackamas
from winning from the start.
Capilano’s sharpshooting point
guards forced Assistant Coach
Phil Garver to change
defenses. “They were killing
us, so we went to a 1-2-2
zone,” Garver said.
Their undisciplined style of
basketball did Capilano in.
Cross court passes were picked
off all night long. Sharon Lar­
son was credited with eight
“We wanted to make
them play our game,” Garver
said. Once the Cougars started
to play their game it was no
Leading the way for
Clackamas was Jamie Hill,
who was a perfect seven of
seven from the floor. Hill end­
ed the game with a game high
17 and a team high of seven re­
In order to get a fast break
going, a team must be able to
rebound. The well rounded re­
bounding attack was led by
Hill’s seven. She was followed
closely by Mary Christensen
who gathered in five and Cyd
concerned about the produc­
tion or lack of production of
Sophomore Denise Wheatley.
The aggressive Capilano
guards held her in check the
McCormick and Sharon Lar­
son who collected four apiece.
Clackamas outrebounded
Capilano 37-23.
The Cougars shot a quiet
entire game. Wheatley ended
50 percent from the floor. the game one of five, for three
Sophomore Cathy Strickler
points. “She played excellent
recorded nine points and
defense, and that’s her job-to
center Terri Jo Kelly totaled play defense and run the
eight. Kelly also dished out five break,” Garver said.
assists for the victorious
“We are just playing all-
around good team ball,”
When asked if he felt he Garver added.
could run on the “Blues”
In the second game
Garver said, “Yes, that’s our
plan. If everyone blocks out, Denise Wheatley scored 16 to
lead the Cougars to another
we’ve got the guards to run.”
Garver wasn’t the least bit decisive victory.
Cougar men pick up two wins
Rob Conner
Of The Print
The men’s basketball team
handed Capilano, of British
Columbia, a decisive defeat
77-59 Saturday night. The
next day did away with the
“Blues” again by the score of
COACH ROYCE KISER briefs the Men’s Basketball team
as they blew by Capilano of British Columbia 77-59 last
Staff photo by Duane Hiersche
Print editor Sumner
awarded by coaches
By Rick Obritschkewitsch
Of The Print
Tracy M. Sumner, a
former sports editor of The
Print received an award from
the National Junior College
Coaches Association for his
coverage of the Cougar men’s
cross country team during the
1982 season.
This is the second year
that the NJCCA has awarded a
plaque for cross country
coverage, stories and accuracy.
Coaches submit articles, with
their personal opinion about
what they have submitted, then
it is up to the president of the
association to decide who
should receive the award.
Sumner, having no idea
that he was even in the running
for the award said, “I was
shocked, and really surprised.”
Admitting that he could not
'have won the award on his
own Sumner said, “I’d like to
thank Kelly Sullivan and the
Beginning his journalism
career in high school as a
general-assignment reporter,
Sumner settled down to sports
writing when he began working
for The Print in the fall of 1981.
He became sports editor of the
student newspaper in the spr­
ing of ’82, and held that posi­
tion until the end of fall term of
the same year. It was then
Sumner decided to take some
time off from his educational
' endeavors.
From the opening tip the
Cougars were off and running,
never relinquishing the lead.
Clackamas quickly opened up
a 20 point lead of 26-six.
sophomore center Tom Welle
led a balanced scoring attack
with 12 points. Welle hit five of
seven from the floor and col­
lected 15 rebounds against the
shorter Capilano team. “Welle
played a good game,” Head
Coach Royce Kiser said as he
mulled over the statistics.
Clackamas utilized their
size advantage early as they
picked apart the Blues’ man-to-
man defense. The Cougars
rolled their big men down the
lane time after time converting
on the close range shots.
“We played well early,”
Kiser said. “We were executing
our man-to-man offense pretty
good.” Kiser felt that the
Cougars would have to go in­
side against the Canadians to
win the game. “We played
some good defense in the first
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half,” Kiser added. “Good”
isn’t the word; Capilano was
held to just a 24 percent
shooting clip in the first half.
Guards Mark McLaughlin
and Kelly Burke each posted
impressive marks in the assist
columns, recording six and five
respectively. McLaughlin had
an especially good game in the
eyes of Kiser. “Mark’s coming
off an injury,” Kiser pointed
Dave Carlson also had a
good offensive game, hitting
five of seven from the field and
ended with 11.
The Cougars outrebound­
ed the Blues 56-37. Freshman
center Jim Imper added to the
cause as he collected 10
boards. Sophomore Jim Hill
6’6” played a good game, also
coming off an injury, Kiser
After giving up the early
20 point lead, Capilano switch­
ed to a zone defense. “The
zone effected us a little,” Kiser
admitted. “Our zone offense
sputtered a but, but we did a
good job after we got started.”
After Clackamas opened
up the 20 point lead, Capilano
outscored the Cougars by four,
which was not enough to cany
the game. “We turned the ball
over a little too much,” realized
Kiser with another glance at the
stat sheet. “When you’re run­
ning guys in and out of the
game it takes away a little from
your continuity,” the Coach
Looking over the balanced
scoring statistics Kiser realized,
“Most of the guys came in and
contributed pretty good.”
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