The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, April 17, 1985, Image 8

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    Lady racketeers win league opener 9-0
By Rodney Fobert
Of The Print
The Clackamas Communi­
ty College Women’s tennis
team holds a season record of
3-3 with recent wins against
Lower Columbia Community
College and Linfield.
The 9-0 victory over Lower
Columbia, on April 9, was the
first league match for the
Cougars, giving them a 1-0
league record in the early go­
Playing in the first singles
position for the Cougars, Edie
Bauer defeated her Lower Col­
umbia opponent with set
scores of 6-0 6-1.
In the second singles spot,
Laura Novak won her first set
6-0, then ran into trouble in
the second set, finishing on the
short end with 6-7. She came
back to clean up in the third
set with a 6-0 score to win the
Third singles player for the
Cougars, Jacke Stafford, won
her match with set scores of
6-2 6-3 and Kirsten Osborne
also came out on top in the
number four spot with scores
of 6-0 6-3.
The Cougars’ first doubles
team players Bauer and Staf­
ford beat their Lower Colum­
bia opponents with set scores
of 6-4 6-4. The second team of
Novak and Osborne also won,
after a particularly close se­
cond set, with scores of 6-2
Sports for everyone
All entries must be submit­
ted by Thursday, April 18.
The Intramural Sports and Turn into appropriate
Recreation Activities Program envelope on the Intramural
at Clackamas Community Bulletin Board.
College Intramural T-shirts
College allows all students,
be awarded to each cham­
faculty and staff the oppor­
tunity to participate in many pion provided they have com­
peted a pre-determined
activités this term.
Opportunities are provided amount set by the intramural
for group and/or individual director. One person may only
participation in competitive, win one T-shirt per term.
structured and some non­
structured recreational ac­
tivities. Spring term activities
Community members are
are as follows:
invited to compete in
Softball- coed division- A Clackamas Community Col­
team must field at least three lege’s Second Annual Cougar
females in each contest, or the Triathlon scheduled for Sun­
game will be considered a day, April 21.
forfeit. Competition will take
The triathlon will consist of
place on Tuesdays and/or
Thursdays from noon-1 p.m. a one-half mile swim, a
On rainy days check the In­ 15-mile bike ride and a
tramural Bulletin Board at 11 3/2-mile run. The race will
start at 10 a.m. at the Oregon
a.m. for postponements.
Tennis- men’s and women’s City Municipal Swimming
division- Members of College Pool, with an orientation
Intercollegiate Tennis teams meeting at 9:30 a.m.
may compete. Competition is
Registration is due by 5
based on ladder play.
p.m. April 19 and participa­
Fun Runs- Two runs bet­ tion is limited to the first 150
ween two-four miles will be entries. There is a $10 entry
run on May 2 and 23 and will fee.
start at noon (rain or shine) at
Awards will be presented to
the “loading zone” off of the first-place finishers in each age
lower level of Randall Hall. division. For a map of the
T-shirts will be awarded to the course or more information,
top female and male finishers. call the Community Recrea­
A runner may win only one tion Office at 657-8400, ext.
^T-shirt per term.
EYE ON THE ball, Edie Bauer (right) prepares to return her op­
ponents serve in the doubles match while her partner, Jackie
Stafford, awaits the next volley.
Photo by Daniel Wheeler
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Anjanette Robbins and Les
Kingsbury of the Cougar team
were given byes in the match
as the Lower Columbia team
fielded only four opponents
for the six-person Cougar
In their non-league match
against Linfield, the Cougars
won by a score of 8-1. Coach
Nancy Mikleton was impress­
ed with the team’s perfor­
mance by saying, “The
girls’played really well.”
Mikleton named Robbins and
Kingsbury as having especially
good matches against their
Linfield opponents.
Robbins moved up to play
at the fourth position against
Linfield as Stafford was
unable to play due to illness.
Robbins won the match with
set scores of 6-3 6-1.
Kingsbury had a fierce dual
against her Linfield opponents
in the fifth position. After los­
ing the first set 2-6, Kingsbury
battled back to win with scores
of 7-5 7-6.
Bauer suffered the only loss
for the Cougars, losing 2-6 1-6
in the first singles match.
Bauer, along with Novak, was
able to come back and win in
the doubles match, however,
with scores of 5-7, 6-2 and 6-3.
The second doubles team of
Osborne and Robbins were
also victorious 6-4 6-5, as was
the third doubles team of
Coach Mikleton feels the
team has been playing well but
added that recently they have
been battling the flu and pull­
ed muscles. She pointed out
that the level of experience of
the teams they will be facing in
upcoming matches will be a
big factor in the success of the
Cougar team.
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