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Pg. 4 The Clackamas Print
Wednesday, February 2,1994
Undefeated Cougars stay on
top with pair of league wins
■ Last week the Cougar
men's basketball team
improved their overall
record to 15-2, and
division record to 6-0.
by Frank Jordan
The Print Staff
The Clackamas men’s
basketball team steamrolled
through two more Southern Divi­
sion opponents last week, improv­
ing their overall record to 15-2
and their first-place division record
to 6-0 with a 109-79 romp over
Umpqua CC anda 11 l-66pasting
of Southwestern Oregon CC.
“We had a real good
week. We just overwhelmed two
pretty decent teams,” said Head
Coach Royce Kiser. “The guys
really got after it and everyone
contributed to the effort.”
Against Umpqua, the
Cougars jumped out to an early
lead, helped out by some great
defense and by hitting the glass.
The Cougars took a 46-27 lead
into the locker room at halftime,
points, hitting five 3-point shots
and also contributing four steals
in another outstanding Cougar
defensive effort. Travis Orrick hit
all five 3-point shots that he at­
tempted on his way to 23 points.
Kyle Dixon added 15 points and
dished out eight assists to lead the
Cougars. Mark Olsen led the
losing team witK20 points and 13
Clackamas shot 52 per­
cent from the floor, including 58
percent from 3-point land, hitting
13 of 23 from behind the arc.
SWOCC48-43 and handed out 32
assists to Southwestern’s 20.
“We played outstanding
defense last week, the best that we
have played all season, and that
has been the biggest key to our
success. Butwealsohitthe boards
real hard and we have to do that to
remain successful,” Kiser said.
When asked if this team
can get any better, the coach re­
plied, “We showed improvement
this week from the week before,
We are beating teams with our defense
and our overall quickness, but we
cannot letup. -Head Men's Basketball Coach Royce Kiser
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and then came out in the second
20 minutes and quickly disposed
of their overmatched opponent
Zach Puent led the Cou­
gar scoring parade by depositing
23 points, hitting two 3-point shots
and converting 7-8 from the foul
line. Nate Williams had oneofhis
better games of the season, scor­
ing 20 points and Jeremy Reinwald
chipped in 13 points from his post
position. Brendon Hall led
Umpqua with 15 points.
Saturday night the Cou­
gars ran into a Southwestern Or­
egon squad that had come off of
upset winsoverboth Mt HoodCC
and Chemeketa CC. SWOCC
never really knew what hit them
as Clackamas ran early and often
in the 111-66 blowout.
“We scored right off of
the opening tap, and just kept it
going,” Kiser commented.
“For the first time all sea­
son, we out rebounded both of our
opponents, and it really showed as
we really took it to them
Puent led the scoring
again for the Cougars, tallying 27
Lady Cougars perform for empty bleachers
by Jesse Sowä
rebounds, sank a 3-pointer with
Tlte Qadhroas wehten
picked up twó league wins last
week over conference rivals
night and Southwestern Oregon
cm Saturday night,
. The Coug^knocked
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game at 7-7. Raquel Manseal
x^me ttp wiih sev^n points and
four big steals m the first half as
lead as they went in to the locker
she drovethelaneand was fouled
often which led to a lot af free
JäneMTemple got Clackamas ' throw opportunités. Ôlsenéol-
Saturday night saw the
72shootmg* but they heldmi for
Oregon. Olsen again had an­
other solid game, leading the
team in scoring with 13on5 of
13 shooting, Kristie Preiskorn
grabbed nine rebounds and
eight assists.
; i
Claekamasraced out
• toi;
gota lot
the 18-nutoute marie for lite two steals and aa assist, all in the
and I try to let the kids know that.
team’s first points.
second half,
That isn’t to say that we can’t get
Soon after, Olsen
Laura Stahl also played
any better, because we can. We
picked up two quick fouls and strong in the second half with 10
are beating teams with our de­
had to sit on the bench for the points,6of7atthefreethrowlme,
fense and our overall quickness,
restofthe halfas Stcphante.and 14 rebounds. TheCougars
but we cannot let up. We essen­
Kadett played in het place.
tially have to run teams into the
the field and shot 17 of 25 free
ground to be successful, and we
Umpqua with24 points and 14 throws.
are doing that.”
> í
Tonight, the Cougars
close out the first half of the divi­
sion schedule with a trip to Salem
tofaceChemeketaCC. Chemeketa
Bruce Smith that left him watch­
has one of the biggest team in the by Nate Clark
ing in a daze. With one hit, Smith
Southern Division of the North­ The Print Staff
The Super Bowl match put out the lights of both Joe Mon­
west Athletic Association of Com­
munity Colleges (NWAACC), if is set as the Dallas Cowboys will tana and the Chiefs' playoff hopes.
Thurman Thomas rushed for 186
not the entire NWAACC. face the Buffalo Bills... again.
The Cowboys beat the yards and three touchdowns.
Chemeketa goes 6-foot-8,6-10,6-
This is the first time that
6,6-4 and 6-0 in its starting lineup. 49ers 38-21. Em mitt smith had
Again, Clackamas must use its two touchdowns in the victory. the two same teams have played in
definite advantage in quickness to Cowboy quarterback Troy Aikman consecutive years at the Super
get by their far-bigger opponent left after taking aknee to the head Bowl. It seems to me that the Bills
The coach is confident in his team’s and spent the night in a local will not go away. They are not just
a fluke like everyone plays them
“We are just going to
The Bills improved their out to be. They have won their
have to run them to death. If they record to a perfect 8-0 in Rich fourth consecutive AFC title and
(Chemeketa) let us get into a run­ Stadium in the post-season with a that has been overshadowed by
ning game, those big guys are 30-13 whipping of the Chiefs. If their ineffective play in the big
going to get tired early and that only Joe Montana could remem­ game. They are still die best team
will be to our advantage.”
ber the meeting in the pocket with in the AFC and nobody really
second hrffas the visiting team
tried unsucccssfetty to foul to
get- back into the game.
Clackamas made enough free
throws to take the wqi at home,
The Cougars next
home game is Feb. 2 al 6 pan.
Fourth and bowl for Bills believers
wants to deal with it.
Dallas has been favored
by 10 points. They are striving to
repeat as champs. Buffalo needs
to focus on Smith and adjust to
Aikman, and put some hits on
Aikman to see if his head is all
right. Dallas needs to contain
Thomas and focus on the task at
hand. They also need to protect
Aikman. Let’sfaceit,theyarenot
the same team with Bemie Kosar
at the helm.
All in all, it should be agood
game. I really do hope the Bills
win so I, being a Bills fan, don’t
have to listen to another year of
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