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About Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1976)
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Photo by Brian Snook
Lori Ruthenbeck follows through after a spike as Jean Tlusty croupes as a back up.
The CCC women's volleyball team defeated Linn Benton Community College 15-8 and 15-1.
Clackamas Community College's if
men's volleyball team showed its ttg
spirit with a two consecutive win "1]r
15-T", over Linn Benton Community (I
lege in their opening game last Thursju
night, October 6.
The Clackamas team, who placed foixi
the Northwest Community Collll
League last year, came on fast and strfl
right from the whistle, building insurmol
able leads before the LBCC squad k«o
what was happening.
This year's roster for the CCC vofev
bailers includes returning letterman plafl
Terry Cooper, Oregon City; Luana Gordivc
Gladstone; Judy Klang, Colton; and Joe
Tlusty, Molalla. Newcomers to the tffti
are Lori Ruthenbeck, Gladstone; Kafl
liams, Centennial; Tami Hinds, Orefl
City; Verna Simon, LaSalle; and Mgji
The volleybailers, who have only
together three weeks, show a lot of poll
tial and are definitely worth watdiil
According to one of the returningmrfl
bers, Luana Gordon, the team, with Pac
members from high school and new trantl;
students, is on its way to an excellfo
The CCC team will play host to al
dual-match here Tuesday at 6:30 Pin
with Mt. Hood and Chemeketa.
Cougars win, Yakima defeated 144
The Clackamas Community College foot
ball team played an excellent defensive game
last Saturday, holding the Yakima Indians
scoreless while scoring two touchdowns in
the second half to post a 14-0 victory.
Coach Paul Fiskum said the team played
a very impressive defense and with some
injured players now returning to the team,
he is looking for them to be even stronger.
The first touchdown came in the third
quarter with quarterback Craig Johnston
engineering a 52 yard drive that ended with
a one yard run by halfback Lucky Richard
son. Buddy Patnode then followed up the
touchdown by kicking the extra point for a
7-0 Cougar lead.
Soccer reaps scoreless win
How can the Portland Community Col
lege soccer team, one of the best in the
state, score 11 goals and lose? Further
more, how can the Cougar team score no
goals and win? Easy, they knowingly put
an ineligible team on the field. That was
the scene on Saturday, October 9 as Clack
amas Community College kicked off to PCC.
CCC soccer coach Brian Waite knew be
fore hand that PCC had a team with in
eligible players, but he refrained from telling
his team «n they would play the game
thinking that it counted. Obviously, if the
CCC team had known they had already
won the game, the total team effort wpuld
have been reduced.
Even though the team was soundly beaten,
CCC played well, getting some much needed
defensive experience against a very strong
The most sensational play of thefm
came when Johnston made a lateral P<-m
Richardson who in turn pumped offrf
yard pass to Steve Rumrey. Rumrey fl
carried the ball into the end zone. Pit*1«
completed the day's scoring by booti«w
his second extra point of the game.
The Cougar offense wound up witrrt|-
net yards; 105 yards passing and 85'^
on the ground. Steve Rumrey led th!tf
receivers with 77 yards while Don fl
led the Cougar running backs with 48 ^
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