The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, February 27, 1985, Image 8

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    Garver’s girls prepared for Championships
By Rodney Fobert
game. He feels that the
Cougars biggest task in the
first game of the tournament
will be to shut down Skagit
Valley’s 6-foot-2 post posi­
Of The Print
Since their last game of the
regular season on Feb. 9, the
league champion Clackamas
Community College women’s
basketball team has been busy
preparing for the upcoming
Northwest Athletic Associa­
tion of Community Colleges
(NWAACC) Championships.
Eight top teams from Oregon
and Washington will compete
in the tournament.
The games will be played at
Central Washington Universi­
ty on Feb. 28, Mar. 1, and 2.
The Cougars will go against
Skagit Valley College in their
first game of the Champion­
ships at 10 a.m. on Feb. 28.
Head Coach Phil Garver is
optimistic about the teams
chances for victory in the tour­
nament. “The three weeks
layoff has me worried,’’
Coach Garver said of the
teams recent break in action
after the season ended.
However, Garver also sees the
layoff as a good chance for the
team members to regain their
health and allow any injuries
to heal for the tough games
they will face in the tourna­
Coach Garver feels that the
overall talent of the Cougar
Cougar Forward, Jeanne
Doherty, also studied the
Skagit Valley team. “They
don’t have real strong
gaurds,” Doherty said of their
upcoming opponents offense.
“We’re really strong in the
guard position.” Doherty
stressed the need for strong
guards to pull their opponents
defense out and, therefore,
open up the inside shooters.
team will give them the edge
over the competition. “We
have 5 gals that are all-state
players,” Garver said of the
highly talented Clackamas
team adding, “If you’re a
good ball player, you’ll play
well under any situation.”
Garver was able to watch
their upcoming Skagit Valley
opponent play in a recent
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optimism for the upcoming
championships. “I think we
have a good chance. We have
as much of a chance as anyone
to go out there and win it,” In­
eman said assuringly.
Ineman also expressed some
concern over the three-week
break from action between the
end of the season and the start
of the championships. “Our
practices consist mostly of
conditioning. We’ll be well
conditioned(for the champion­
ships) but a little relaxed on
our execution,” Ineman
Clackamas goes into the
tournament Thursday ranked
number three behind Green
River Community College and
Spokane Community College.
The Cougars did not go up
against either of these teams
during the regular season,
and, as Coach Garver says,
“Anything can happen.”
One of those strong guards
which Doherty is referring to
is the teams leading scorer,
Joanne Ineman. Ineman is a
sophomore transfer student
from the University of
Arizona. While at Clackamas,
Ineman has succeeded in
breaking the record for the
most points scored in a game,
against Lower Columbia
Community College, with 57
points. She is also described by
Coach Garver as being the per­
son who “has held our team
Ineman, however, accredits
the teams successful 24 win-2
loss season to something
which she calls “the winning
attitude. I think we started the
season and knew we were go­
ing to be a good team, then
once we started beating teams
we really wanted to win,” In­
eman explained.
Ineman, like her coach and
teammates, expressed great
A SLIGHTLY FRUSTRATED Coach Phil Garver sends
sophmore guard Les Kingsbury into the game during a par­
ticularly tense moment.
photos by Daniel
Golfers vie for team placement
By Fritz Wenzel
Of The Print
The Clackamas Community
College Golf team is just two
days away from setting it’s
line-up for the coming golf
Coach Jim Hudson has set
qualifying dates for the team
March 1-4. The top scorers out
of the four-day event will
represent the College at the
upcoming Willamette Univer­
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as the weather improves and
the players are able to practice
The team will spend a lot of
time in Washington State this
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