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    LAKE OSWEGO’S OWN Bobby D. Martin auto accident and surgery, Martin must
displays the intensity and concentration it now play with his right arm protruding
takes to play tennis. Following his recent from his abdomen.
Clackamas to host Regionals
By Brett Bigham
Of The Print
“I would say that most of
the guys are at the peak of their
game,” men’s Tennis Coach
Dave Buckley said. “They are
starting to play their best. I’m
very confident about regionals.
I think the team is very confi­
dent about it also. But not
over-confident. That could be a
real disaster,” he said.
This Friday, the team
hosts the regional tennis tour­
nament. “Mentally all of the
guys are ready. All season you
work towards this tournament.
You have other matches, but
this is where they are all
heading,” Buckley said.
“They have a good team
attitude towards these mat­
ches. You either win it as a
team or you lose it as a team,”
he said. “Each player that wins
counts as a point. People often
think of the number one player
as the catalyst of the team, but
not here. Numbers one
through six are of equal impor­
The College will have six
singles players and three
doubles teams representing
them at the tournament.
“John Storm will be our
number one player. John has
played against some excellent
players and won. His game has
really came around. He will be
the guy to beat,” Buckley
“Byron Sullivan, number
two, is also playing at the peak
of his season. Byron is a strong
player in both singles and
doubles,” he said.
“Our one through five
players are all really close,”
Buckley said, “They all play a
tough game.”
Clackamas will be Tom
Herkamp. “If Tom doesn’t hurt
himself he’ll play a good
game,” Buckley said.
“Number four player Bob
Martin is just coming over an
injury but he will still be very
strong,” the coach said.
Number five player Steve
Gorman is expected to do well.
“Steve has been our most con­
sistant player as far as win­
losses. I’ll expect he’ll continue
to do the same at regionals,”
he commented.
Ben Campbell will be the
Cougar’s sixth singles player. “I
consider Ben to be the best
athlete on the team. Ben will be
the one to tie it together at
John Storm and Byron
Sullivan will be the head
Cougar’s doubles team at the
tournament. “They’re one of
the better doubles teams in the
state. They’ve played against
four year schools and won.”
Second doubles will be
the team of Mike Wofford and
Bob Martin. “Mike is an ex­
cellent doubles player. Bob ads
strength to the team because of
his quickness and com­
petitiveness,” Buckley said.
Steve Gorman and Tom
Herkamp will make up the
third team from Clackamas
“For a number three doubles
team they are very strong,” he
“We haven’t had our
seeding meeting yet but I’m
hoping they’ll all get seeded,”
Coach Buckley said.
Javelin supremacy helps women in Regional track
Rob Conner
Of The Print
The Clackamas women’s
track team made a respectable
showing at the region 18 meet,
largely in part to the Cougars
supremacy in the javelin.
Clackamas placed fifth in
the meet with 43V2 points. 20
of these points were registered
in the javelin. The javelin com-
peition saw Cougars score se­
cond through fifth, and eighth.
Sue Frank placed second
with a toss of 154’1” and Sheri
Hilton was third at 151’3”. By
bettering the National qualify­
ing standard of 130’ and plac­
ing in the top three at
Regionals, Frank and Hilton
are eligible for the NJCAA
meet in San Angelo, Texas,
May 19-21.
Terri Kelly, on the other
hand, found things a bit more
complicated in her quest for a
national berth. She had qua­
lified several times, but she
wasn’t in the top three in the
region. “We had to go in front
of the school board to appeal,
in order for her to be able to
go,” Marilyn Wynia said.
Debbie Koffel wasn’t as
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lucky. Koffel has been one of
the school’s top throwers all
season, bettering the national
qualifying standard numerous
times. Though a back injury
has slowed Koffel in recent
weeks, she still threw 138’5”.
Wynia explained that only
three athletes in a given event
could compete at Nationals
from the same team. “It’s a na­
tional rule, there’s nothing we
could do about it,” Wynia
Sheri Hilton had a busy
two days in Pendleton. The
Cougar sophomore competed
in seven events. Hilton, who
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UP‘ Besides her third in the
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Suzi Thompson placed
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time of 2:20.6 and Suzi
Graham was clocked in 2:25.
Soph Denise Wheatley was
also fifth in the 400 in­
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clocking of 1:07.9.
Rick’s College captured a
narrow victory over Lane by a
score of 128 to 1241/?. The rest
of the team scores were as
follows: Mt. Hood 102, Col­
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Clackamas 43, Linn-Benton
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