The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, October 27, 1993, Page 3, Image 3

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Wednesday, October 27,1993
TlwX^ckamas Print Pg. 3
Injuries, flu hamper volleyball season
Sports View
by Justin M.Fields
Sports Editor
Phillies will be back in '94
by Jason Hunter
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The sign above Volleyball
Coach Kathy Woods’ doorexplains
why the Lady Cougars display a
positive attitude at all times:
We believe...
- In givingour all, all the
time (110%)
- We practice to be the
best we can be.
- We are goal-oriented
- We are winners!” ,
Yesterday, the team showed
they were winners off the court as
well when they brought cookies to
photo by Chad Patteson
elderly people at a retirement Lady Cougars prepare for Mt. Hood Invitational Classic
home in Oregon City. Coach
Woods and her team take time them much better, but with only said.
each month to do some service two healthy players, we had as
The three returning
within the community.
many errors as kills,” Coach sophomore starters who provide
The team continued this Woods said.
the leadership for this year’s squad
winning attitude when they de­
Coach Woods added that of 11 players are Carla Nofziger,
feated Linn-Benton Community she is optimistic about achieving Jennifer Potter and Alyson
College 15-10,15-9,8-15,16-14 new goals for the rest of the season. Kingsley. Nofziger was selected
last Wednesday. They also had a Those goals include getting the as the Southern region Player of
strong performance against pow­ sophomores more experience, and the Week Tor Oct. 13 and was
erhouse Umpqua Community Col­ to be a “spoiler” to number-two selected by Coach Woods as CCC
lege Friday, losing a close match. ChemeketaCC. The team is also Player of the Week on Oct. 20 just
The Cougars lost to South­ looking forward to the Mt. Hood before her season-ending knee in­
western Oregon Community Col-, Invitational Classic this Friday and jury.
lege Saturday, which cost them a Saturday. They are one of 16
Clark CC transfer stu-
playoff berth in the Southern re­ teams invited to compete.
dent Nicole LaMarche was selected
gion NW AACC championships.
“We feel honored to be a by Coach Woods as CCC Player of
"We were capable of playing part of that tournament,” Woods the Week for Oct. 13.
Cougar runners come up short
in Southern Regional meet
by Paul Valencia.
Staff Writer
Mother Nature paid# visit to
the Clackamas Cougar cross coun­
try squads at the Southern Re­
gional Championships at Sandy
High School on Saturday. She
wasn’t in a good mood.
The men and women’s
squads, which had members suf­
fering from sickness and injuries,
finished second and third, respec­
tively. On the brighter side, how­
ever, Cougar Cruz Gonzalez took
the individual men’s title.
Clark edged outClackamas
for the men’s title, beating the
Cougars 34-36. Mt. Hood wound
up third with 74. The Lady Cou­
gars ended up with a score of 52,
losing to first-place Clark, 36, and
ruriner-up Mt. Hood, 51.
“It was just one of those
things that happens in athletics,”
said Head Coach Mike Hodges of
his team’s unfortunate luck. Of
his men’s 12-member squad, only
seven competed. On the eight­
member women’s team, only five
ran the course.
“In both cases, we lost our
number-one person,” Hodges said.
Defending Northwest champion
Mike Hickey suffered through the
week prior to the meet with asth­
matic bronchitis andcouldn’trun.
“He wanted to, but we wouldn ’ t let
him,” the coach sáidof his runner’s
competitive nature.
The women’s top runner,
Cindy Keene, wasn’t even at the
meet. “I made her stay home
because I didn’t want her to get
everyone else sick,” Hodges said.
Keene had the flu.
“In athletics, if you don’t
take care of your athletes, sooner
or later you don’t have good ath­
letes,” Hodges explained.
Besides, Hodges and the
Cougars have bigger and better
things to prepare for, such as the
Northwest Championships which
are craning up Nov. 6 in Longview,
Wash. And Hodges expects his
teams to bounce back. '
“If you are a true competitor
and true champion, it shows by
how you respond (to a loss),” he.
said. “They were not happy with
the results. We will re-focus and
try to get healthy.”
to get healthy is Gonzalez, who
took the Southern title as a fresh­
“He ran a very strong race,”
Hodges said. “He ran near the
front from the beginning and at
about theone-mile mark,he moved
into the lead and stretched it out
from there.”
Hodges said that Kevin
Bartholomae had one of his best
meets in a Cougar uniform.
Bartholomae finishedas the team’s
number-three runner. “He bad
never finished higher than sixth
for us before. He met the chal­
On the women’s side,
Hodges noted Elizabeth Ribbeck,
Anna Strodtman and Arah Ogle,
who finished fifth, tenth and elev­
enth? in the Southern meet
Hodges said he hopes his
teams will be ready to go for the
Northwest meet. He predicted a
battle between Clark, Bellevue,
Spokane and Clackamas for the
women’s championship. “With a
large group of teams like that,
every place really matters.”
On the men’s side,
Hodges said to look for a battle
between the Cougars and Clark.
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