Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977, April 28, 1977, Page 9, Image 9

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Men face
final meet
before state
Clackamas Community College's men's
track team faces its final meet before the
state Oregon Community College Athletic
Association Championships when the Cou­
gars travel to Coos Bay to take on South­
western Oregon and Umpqua Community
Colleges, Saturday, April 30.
Clackamas, which placed second in the
recent Mt. Hood relays, and second in a five­
way meet on Saturday, April 16, has several
competitors close to qualifying marks for
the National Junior College Athletic Asso­
ciation Championships in May.
In the distance events Kelly Sullivan has
recorded a 9:30 best in the 3000-meter
steeplechase, only six-tenths of a second off
the needed mark; Allan Knoop has done a
30:58 in the six-mile, while 30:30 is needed;
and Don Brown's best of 4:25.3 in the mile
is nine seconds off.
Photo by Brian Snook
Doris stretches to return the ball in recent Cougar tennis action. The CCC squad
meir last three matches and own a 6-5 season record.
Iters improve records
Ion strong, the Clackamas Com-
lllege tennis teams claimed four
Lies in their last week of play,
p's team nabbed three of the wins
fer season's record to 6-5. Their
[came against Judson Baptist on
■th a score of 7-1.
¡owing night the CCC squad aven­
pus loss against Concordia College
¡'them out 5-4.
lay night, the men's team claimed
pering victory over Linn-Benton
¡competition last week, the dou-
lof Dan Bauer and Mike Maynard
¡Steve Williams also went unde-
¡ingles competition.
Individual winners for the gals includes
Kim Fleming's (8-0 for the season) win
against her opponent 6-0, 6-1, Mary Bud­
nick 6-0, 6-0, Tammy Weigand 6-1 and 6-0,
and the doubles teams of Fleming and Bud­
nick 6-1 and 6-2, and Weigand and Gravett
in an exciting match defeated their oppo­
nents 6-2, 6-7, and 7-6. Next home match
for the tennis teams is the women's match
against Mt. Hood on Monday, May 2.
Jeff Harmon is nearing the distance neces­
sary in the javelin. His school record throw
of 202-2 is less than five feet short (206-0).
Frank Gibson, a sophomore from Rex
Putnam high school, cleared 6-6 in the
high jump to match the qualifying mark in
that event as Clackamas took second behind
Southern Idaho in the five-team meet at
Lynn Teuscher set a new school record
Friday in the 120-yard high hurdles at the
Mt. Hood Relays. Teuscher ran the race in
14.88 to beat by two-one-hundredth of a
second the old mark set by Dale Bowman.
In the meet at Coos Bay the Cougars
should look tough and many individuals are
looking to better their season's best marks
to be able to compete in the NJCC Cham­
pionships upcoming in May.
Model EL-5000
Maynard, still the number one
»Clackamas, carried another un­
leek of play, dousing his oppo-
lin the first two sets of each
feynard is now 9-1 for the season.
Rich Taylor said that because of
rience his team has obtained during
^competition, that they are getting
re serious about their game and
ring a lot tougher squad.
¡women's tennis team split two
week. The gal's win came against
je of Vancouver, 5-4.
Free T-shirt with purchase of a
SHARP calculator at the CCC Book­
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¡April 28,1977
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