The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, October 31, 1984, Image 8

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    Kiser says
Leadership, good attitude key to winning
By Julie Miller
Of The Print
It takes time and practice to make a
good basketball team.
The players have to know each
other’s moves and think as one player.
Also, hours of scrimaging and a good
mental attitude help reach what’s every
coach’s dream—a winning basketball
team.
“Everybody’s goal at the beginning
of the season has to be to win the
League,” Coach Royce. Kiser said.
“But it’s hard to judge.”
“It takes time to train new players”
Kiser said, noting that it is hard to put
new players on a court and expect them
to take charge. They have to be condi­
tioned to play together as a team and
there has to be leadership.
To Kiser leadership is one of the big­
gest parts of a team. He said returning
players like Jerry Olsen and Doug Cof­
fman are providing that. Kiser said
they set an example for the younger
players.
Kiser said this year’s freshmen are
“reasonably talented and our depth is
as good as we’ve ever had, but the ones
who play have been real talented.” He
added his team is real quick but the
drawback is that the players are not
very big.
The team will play 26 games and
Clackamas is also going to have three
scrimages with three four-year schools:
George Fox, Columbia Christian and
Lewis and Clark.
They have already scrimaged among
themselves. “Defense was adequate,
not good but adequate,” Kiser said,
adding that their shot selection at times
was “poor.” But there are some quick
players and that should be a strong fac­
tor for this year’s team, he said.
Todd Harrington, a 6’4” forward
from Hidden Valley (Grants Pass),
said, “I think everyone is real com­
petitive and I can tell they all want to
win. I think if we can get those re­
bounds we should be tough.”
Other players on this year’s team
are: Tom Bolt, a 6’1” guard from
Clackamas, Ted Dozier, a 6’1” guard
who red-shirted here last year, Jeff
Richards, a 6’1” guard from Beaver­
ton, Doug Coffman, a 5’10” returning
player from last year, Jerry Olsen, a
5’11” returner, Frank Nesbitt, a 6’2”
forward from Clackamas, Bugs
Coughlin, a 6’2” forward from
Oregon City, Lonnie Dennis, a 6’2”
guard from Vernonia and Terry
Newton, a 6’2” guard/forward from
Sunset.
The rest of the team is made up of
Tim Bless, a 6’4” center who red-
shirted here last year, Cary Martensen,
a 6’5” center from Canby, Roger
Thompson, a 6’7” center from La
Salle, Terry Frison, a 6’5” center from
Grant and Steve Hansen, a 6’6” center
from The Dalles.
The guys on the team have high ex­
pectations about this year. Olsen said,
“We have four players from last year,
this year we have almost all new guys
but I feel pretty good about the team.”
The first game is with North Idaho
on Nov. 24. Kiser said they are tough
but it should be a good game.
NWAACC
Coach Knoop predicts top 3 finish
By Rodney Fobert
Of The Print
Cross country season is
drawing to an end with only
one more meet on the
schedule. On Nov. 9
Clackamas Community Col­
lege’s men’s and womens
teams will travel to Spokane,
Wash., for the Northwest
Athletic Association of Com­
munity Colleges (NWAACC)
Championship meet. Atten­
ding the meet will be com­
munity colleges from Oregon
and Washington.
First-year men’s Coach
Alan Knoop is eagerly
awaiting the championship
meet.
Knoop
thinks
Clackamas runner Rob
Durkee has a very good chance
of placing in the top three in­
dividually. Coach Knoop is
also predicting the Cougars
can finish in the top three in
overall team scores. “He
THE PRINT
NEEDS YOU . . .
TO SELL ADS FOR YOUR
SCHOOL PAPER
Classifieds
FOR SALE
HIDE-A-BED—Standard size,
good basic foundation. Needs
upholsteryd—$50. Good buy for
fixer-upper. Call 651-2840.
NINE FREE PUPPIES—6 weeks
old. Please call 632-3230.
12-SPEED BICYCLE, brand new.
For information call 657-1228
from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m.
POTTER WHEEL $125.
Mort Night at 631-8072.
Call
DATSUN 1600 MOTOR—
complete $185 O.B.O. Cal)
655- 3132.
FOR SALE: 1971 Volkswagen
SUPER BEETLE! Rebuilt Engine,
new battery, brakes. Clean, depen­
dable car. $1650 or best offer. Call
656- 8677 after 3:30.
PRO-SERIES II 6'/2 inch 3-way
car stereo speakers. 10 oz. Magnet
new in box! $40 OBO. Call Jim at
656-6751.
80, 650 SPECIAL, 18K, roll bar,
luggage rack, trunk, lots of
chrome. Make offer. Cail Steve at
637-3505.
(Knoop) has done an outstan­
ding job with the guys,” Assis­
tant Coach Norm Berney said.
Berney added that the men’s
team set goals early in the
season, then constantly im­
proved their performances in
order to reach those goals.
On Oct. 20 the Cougars
placed third overall at the
Highline Community College
Meet. Leading the Clackamas
runners was Rob Durkee, who
placed sixth. Next across the
finish line for the Cougars was
Mark Allen in 10th place,
followed by Jim Hogue in 16th
place. Rounding off the team
score were Bill Myers and Jeff
Darling placing 34th and 38th,
respectively. Finishing 58th
was Billy Ray, while Tom Her­
manson came in 67th.
PHOTOGRAPHER JOEL MILLER catches cross-country run­
On Oct. 27 the Cougars ner Jim Hogue taking a hurdle from amost unusual angle.
competed at the Regional
Championships, which in­ meet. Some of the Cougar finish. Jim Hogue finished
cluded all community colleges runners had been troubled by next for the Cougars with a
in Oregon. Clackamas finish­ illnesses which kept them from sixth-place finish. Crossing the
ed second overall, narrowly running at their full potential, finish line in 14th place was
beaten by Lane Community the coaches explained.
Bill Myers, followed by Jeff
College. Coach Knoop and
Winning the meet was Darling in 16th place.
Assistant Coach Berney both Clackamas runner Rob Finishing in 32nd place was
agreed on another day Durkee. Mark Allen followed Billy Ray. The final team score
Clackamas could have won the close behind with a third-place was Lane, 37, Clackamas, 40.
APPLICATIONS FOR THE
Harry S. Truman Scholarships are
available in the Financial Aid Of­
fice. Winners could receive the
maximum of $5,000 annually for
up to four years of education.
Look at the brochures at the
Financial Aid Office. Deadline is
Nov. 21, 1984.
17 inch Aluminum Canoe with two
paddles. $275. Contact Marc
Essig, Auto Dept. Instructor.
JAZZ GUITAR—HOLLOW
Body Humbuckers Blond, $125, or
best. Contact Joe at 638-3078.
FOR SALE: HIGH-quality metal
twin trundle bed; opens to King
size. $100. Ext. 209 or 771-5612.
BUILDER WILL PAY.all points
& closing costs allowed on this,
brand new 3 bdrm, split. Value
priced at $54,950. Judy agt/owner
236-1394, Watson Realty
7177.
657-
WANTED
WANTED: TWO 14” x 16”
Chevy slot mags. Call 263-2280.
WANTED—TOYOTA 4x4 ‘Can­
dy Apple Red’ short-bed with mag
wheels. If you have one please con­
tact Rich immediately, at
266-5350.
WANTED: FOUR DRAWER file
cabinet. Call 657-8400, ext. 366.
WANTED: ’71 or’72 Datsun 510,
2-door, 4-speed with straight body,
mechanical difficulties, ok. Con­
tact Rich at 266-5350.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT-FURNISHED room.
Use of kitchen and shower. Prefer
male. References. 632-4906.
BEACH
RENTAL—ONE
bedroom, sleeps six, kitchen, t.v.,
carpeted. $35 for weekend. (Two
nights). Call 639-4889.