Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977, November 11, 1976, Page 8, Image 8

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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
26 yarder.
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
ley, 34-20.
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 season.
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
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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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