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Cougars down Grays Harbor 17-13
Greg Hoff recovers a Grays Harbor fumble as defensive end Kim Roehl and other teammates look on. The game, one of twoJ
coming events, was won by the Cougars by a score of 17-13.
Clackamas Community College's football
team boosted their win-loss record to 5-4 for
the season in their game Saturday as they de
feated Grays Harbor 17-13.
Clackamas' scoring began just five min
utes into the first quarter with a 92 yard
drive. In the drive, quarterback Pat Moran
passed the ball twice to receivers J.B. Bur
ton (13 yard pass) and to Steve Rumrey for a
The Cougar squad rushed the ball eight
times with Andy Phillips finishing the Cou
gar score with a seven yard dash into the
end zone. Buddy Patnode kicked in the
extra point giving the Cougars a 7-0 lead.
Early in the second period. Patnode
booted a 28 yard field goal giving the Cou
gars a 10 point lead.
The Cougars' strong defense supported
them throughout the first half. There were
three fumble recoveries; Bill Sehorn made a
fumble recovery on the Cougars' 16 yard
Treasure Valley: last game
Saturday the Clackamas Community Col
lege football squad will travel to Ontario,
Oregon to take on Treasure Valley Com
munity College in the two school's tradi
tional season-end clash.
The Treasure Valley Chuckers are 1-6
for the 76 season prior to their Nov. 6 game.
The Treasure Valley series has been a
close one over the years with the Chuckers
holding a 3-2 edge. Past scores are: 1971,
Treasure Valley 42-6; 1972, Treasure Val
ley, 19-13, 1973, Clackamas, 26-14; 1974,
Clackamas, 25-24; and 1975, Treasure Val
The Clackamas passing attack has shown
signs of regaining its brilliance of the past
during the last two games. Thus far this
season, the Cougars have been basically a
running team, but now they once again
have a balanced attack. This balance, plus the
tenacious defense, gives hope for the rest of
The kickoff time is 1:30 p.m.
Volleybailers heading for playoffs
In league play last week, Clackamas ings, topped only by Mt. Hood with a 5-1
Community College's volleyball team downed record.
Linn-Benton 15-5 and 15-10.
Next league play is scheduled for tonight.
The women volleyballers also played a This will be the Cougar squad's last home
tough Mt. Hood squad. Although winning match and they will be hosting George Fox
their first game, 15-12 they were beaten in College. Game time is 6:30 p.m.
the next two, giving the match win to the
As Coach Connie Wilson stated concern-
ning the team's loss, "The team played a
strong, highly spirited game against Mt. Hood,
The Clackamas Community College bowl
but as with all competitive teams, some
times they suffer a loss of momentum and ing team split a match with Pacific University
this was the case in their clash against the last Thursday, Nov. 4, as the women won
4-0 and the men dropped their match 1-3.
The CCC Women are now in second
The bowling team's next match is at and
place in their division, 6-2 in league stand- against Portland Community College.
CCC bowlers split
line, Chris Conklin made a recovery!
the 30 yard line, and defensive back!
Schneider grabbed a fumble near thl
gars' 50 yard line.
Grays Harbor scored their first!
down in the third quarter with a 1
pass making the score 10-7.
The Cougars' second touchdowrl
after Schneider made his fumble reE
which put the Cougars on Grays Hl
49 yardline. Patnode took advantage!
Cougars' field position with a 43 yai
to Rumrey, putting the ball on the!
line. Three plays later Lucky Riel
jumped one yard into the end zone]
the Cougars a ten point lead 17-7.
The Chokers managed to find tl
zone once more during the game wi|
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