The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, December 06, 1989, Page 8, Image 8

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CCC eagers win Walla Walla tourney
by Brenda Hodgen
Staff Writer
The Clackamas Women’s Bas­
ketball team is preparing for to­
night’s match-up against Green
River, after taking two victories at
the Walla Walla Tournament over
the weekend.
“We’re doing real well right
now,’’ expressed Coach Phil
Garver. “Looking at Green River,
though, they are one of our tough­
est challenges.”
The tournament was off to a
fine start Friday when CCC smoked
Pierce College 79-55.
Angela Hewlett, and Pam
Pember swept the game, each
outscoring players from both sides.
Hewlett racked up 9 shots and
Pember brought in 8 of her own.
Kelli Brown, Alicia Stephenson,
and J J. Drennen were the night’s
other top shooters.
Angela and Pam really shined
in the first half,” stressed Garver,
“and Kelly Brown played real well
when Angela got in trouble.”
Although there were top play­
ers, the game was a great team
effort according to Garver.
“We came right out and took
control with our full court press,”
he said.
The Cougars wrapped up the
weekend with a 76-56victory over
Walla Walla.
Drennen lead Saturday night
completing 8 in 13 with Stephen­
son right behind her capturing 7
of her 17. Hewlett, Brown, and
Pember backed the leaders with a
combined total of 12 shots.
“We broke out to a big 18
point lead, but at halftime we only
lead 31-30,” explained Garver.
“Then we gained control in the
second half, and took it to ‘em.”
The Cougars overpowered
both teams in free throws, and
remained consistent in both re­
bounds and assists.
According to Garver, the team
had great weekend.
“I was really pleased,” he said.
“During both games we had good
team effort from thesophomores,
and we got some freshmen into
the game during the two days.”
Hewlett was the tournament’s
MVP and Pember received first
team honors.
Morris claims third at Pacific Open
by Staci Beard
Sports Editor
Fourteen members of the
Cougar wrestling team competed
in the Pacific Open at Pacific
University this weekend with only
one member making it to the
winners’ stand.
Craig Morris placed third in
the 126 weight.
“I am really pleased with the
way that Craig wrestled. He
wrestled very well all day,” stated
Coach Jim Jackson.
Five other Cougar wrestlers
tied for fifth place. There were no
wrestle-offs to decide who took
fifth or sixth place.
The wrestlers tying for fifth
were Darren Misenbach at 118,
Matt Lindland at 158, Steve Teeney
at 167, Dave Grievie at 177, and
Kelly Riechner at 190.
“It was a large tournament
with most weight classes had 12 to
20 people in each class. Quite a
few of the competitors came from
four year schools,” explained
Among those four year schools
were University of Oregon, Pa­
cific University, Central Washing­
ton University, and Western
Oregon State College. Junior
colleges were also represented but
the Clackamas wrestlers did not
meet head to head with them.
“ We j list didn’t do real well. It
was our first actual test against
the collegiate competition. I don’t
feel too bad though; because it
gives us a idea of where we are and
where we have to go.
“Maybe now it will reinforce
the coaching staff’s struggle in
trying to get changes made in
technique. Now that they have seen
what happens, they may start chang­
ing,” said Jackson.
At the end of finals week, the
wrestlerswill begin their wrestle-
off, which will get a “ranking lad­
der” that the coaches will use at
the beginning of the new year.
During Christmas vacation,
the Cougars will still be active. On
Dec. 9 a few of the members will
compete in the Big Bend tourna­
ment in yXashington: They will
then gear up for the Glencoe Open
on Dec. 30.
December 6,1989
Page 8
Winter intramural
sign ups underway
Dan A. Fulton
Staff Writer
Clackamas Community Col­
lege intramural sports for the
fall term has come to a close,
but not without some exciting
finishes in all the sports that
were offered.
First, there was flag foot­
ball. The four teams that made
up the league were the Bush­
whackers, The Concord Killers,
The Raiders, and The Regula­
tors. They battled for five weeks
leading to the Super Flag Foot­
ball Championship between the
Regulators and the Raiders. A
tough game came down to the
final minute with the Regula­
tors prevailing.
Then there was racquetball.
Men and women from Clacka­
mas Community College com­
peted in a sort of round-robin
tournaments in three divisions,
they are: beginners, intermedi­
ate, and advanced. In the begin­
ner’s tournament, Brett Venerri
took the tournament for men,
and the women’s winner was
Steph Suskie. In the advanced,
Jim Jackson and Chris Shaw were
at the top of their division re­
spectively. There are no inter­
mediate racquetball tournament
winners to report at this time.
In the running events that
were held at Clackamas, Todd
Applegate was the first male
finisher in the 3.1 mile Turkey
Trot with a time of 21.10. Bar­
bara Allen-Clark was the over­
all winner for the women in the
Turkey Trot with the time of
In the prediction timings,
Loren Ford came within a sec­
ond of calling his time correctly.
Ford predicted a time of 23.30,
and ran the Turkey Trot in a
time of 23.31. In the women’s
prediction race, Sherie Kindler
ran the Turkey Trot a time of
24.10. Kindler missed her pre­
dicted time of 25 seconds.
Now that the fall term is
almost over, there is still time to
think about winter term intra­
mural sports. The winter term
will provide sports including 5-
on-5 basketball, 3-on-3 volley­
ball, and another fun run later in
the term.
“I would like to get as many
teams in the tournaments as pos­
sible,” commented Kathie
Woods. “The more teams we
have, the better the competition.”
Winter rosters for the sports
will be ready for the student body
at the start of winter term, across
from Kathie Woods office in the
lower lever of Randall Hall. The
athletes of Clackamas will have
the first three weeks to sign up
for the competition they want to
test their skills at. Make sure to
get down and sign up before the
deadline of the 23 of January.
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