The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, October 12, 1994, Page 7, Image 7

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    The Clackamas Print Pg. 7
■_________Wednesday, Oct. 12,1994
SPORTS
Golf:
Continued from page 1_______
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Wes Lawrence, Dave Sorenfon, Jim Robbinson, and Phil Stevens won a total of $55,000
that will be used for programs at Clackamas at two different golf invitationals.
Twenty-nine teams in all par­
ticipated, representing corpora­
tions such as Nike, Pepsi, United
Grocers, Precision Castparts
Corp., KGW Channel 8, Qual-
Med Oregon Health Plan Inc.,
First Interstate Bank, KPDX Fox
49 TV, Mentor Graphics and
PACC Health Plans.
Team members were treated
to gourmet lunch and dinner buf­
fets, team photos, a complemen­
tary golf club and on-course
drinks.
A post-dinner, silent auction
raised several thousand dollars
and featured items such as an
autographed Trailblazer Basket-
ball, $6000 earrings and a $3000
copper fireplace.
“Judging from the comments
we have heard from the golfers,
Corporate Challenge #2 was a
great success!” said David
Dickson. “Not only did we have
an excellent day for golf, we
helped Clackamas Community
College raise over $50,000 for the
Family Resource Center.”
The college’s Family Re­
source Center will receive the pro­
ceeds from the Corporate Chal­
lenge.
For more information on ei­
ther golf tournament, call David
Dickson at ext. 2545.
X-Country clinches division title
> Hodges feels this is the best women's team at Clackamas since 1978.
by Jason Hunter
Sports Editor
It has been a successful sea­
son for the Cougar’s men and
women’s cross country teams so
far. Their accomplishments range
from defeating top 10 four year
colleges, to winning invitational’s
and divisions.
The men’s team stands tall
with a very respectable 33-4
record, while the women’s team
is also doing well with a 21-15
record. The records are not as
impressive as the schools they
competed against. They have
been competing mostly with four-
year colleges and universities
which have juniors and seniors, hands of top 10four year colleges
CCC has only freshman and and universities. They have de­
sophomores.
feated Southern Oregon State
Themen's
which is a top 10
team has not lost “This is
best university.
to a community
The men are
college, with
s team the three time
three of their
Northwest
at Clacka- Champions win­
four losses com­
ning the champi­
ing against top
since 1978. onship in 1991,
10
four-year
92, and 93, and
schools. They
-Coach Hodges
things are look­
also have de-
ing good for the
feated George
Fox and Eastern Oregon State, rest of the season. The women fin­
ished third last season but were
which are top 10 universities.
Of the women’s teams 15 champions from 1990 to 1992.
“This is the best women’s
losses eight have been at the
team here at Clackamas since
1978,” said Hodges of the
women’s crosscountry team.
Women's Scores
8 kilometer
So far the men and women
University of Puget Sound 22 both have two first place trophies
54 under their belts and they have
Tacoma Dodge
Seattle Pacific
82 won the Community College Di­
Seattle University
119 vision, and the Clackamas Invi­
Pacific Lutheran
123 tational.
the
women’
here
mas
”
Pacific Lutheran Invite
Men’s Scores
8 kilometer
University of Puget Sound
Ulackamas Community
Seattle University
Pacific Lutheran
Southern Oregon State
Western Oregon State
U.of Puget Sound Alumni
Willamette University
Linfield
Viking Club
Seattle Pacific University
Lewis & Clark
12
17
19
21
23
28
56
Dean Rowell
Brian Buckingham
Brent Roeger
Leo Sanders
Ryan Burck
Will Haskins
Jon Cox
50
92
106
129
135
208 Linfield
237 Clackamas Community
239 Willamette University
240 Western Oregon University
281 Pacific University
329
408
CCC top times
26:46
27:02
27:05
27:14
27:20
27:39
27:50
21
36
37
39
43
65
87
Jaime Fairchild
Jennifer Tumman
Rebecca Graham
Annie Boitana
Jessie Richter
Becky White
Shiah Merrill
146
176
323
328
328
19:45
20:17
20:19
20:24
20:34
21:38
24:08
Cougar
3ct. 15 Eastern
Washington
Invitational
<
at
Spokane
1985 CHRYSLER LEBARON RUNS
GREAT NEW TIRES, PLUS SNOW TIRES
$2250 (OBO) 636-6244
1983 PONTIAC FIREBIRD 6 CYL., AT, AIR,
CUSTOM WHEELS/TIRES, REBUILT
TRANS.,RUNS GOOD BODY IN GOOD
SHAPE, $3500(OBO) 656-8677
Calendar
Cougar Cross
Country
1988 DODGE RAM D-50 MINITRUCK,
HYDRAULIC TILT BED, ALU. WHEELS,
RUNS GREAT, MUST SELL!!! $4000 (OBO)
283-0919
1977 TOYOTA COROLLA WAGON,
WHITE, REBUILT ENGINE, AUTO, ROOF
RACK, FAIRLY NEW TIRES, $900 266-
2411 OR 657-6958 EXT. 2577/JOCELYN
1972 BUICK SKYLARK $2000, CUSTOM,
MANY NEW PARTS, 656-6079
Cougar Volleyball
Oct. 12 Linn-
Benton CC at
albany
Oct.14 Mt. Hood
CC
at Gresham
1980 AUDI 4000, CRUISE, AC, $500
(OBO) 656-6079
CASIO CT 700 TONE BANK ELECTRONIC
KEYBOARD, $225, 698-3967
GUITAR, IBUNEZ RG 560, DAMARZIOS &
CASE, $400 (OBO), ALSO FLUTE & VIOLIN
BOTH $200( OBO) 829-2586
ELECTRIC GUITAR: KRAMER-FOCUS. 100,
FLOYD ROSE W/LOCKNUTS, FINE TUNER,
22 FRETS, THUMBUCKER PICKUP, HARD
CASE, 655-3313 OR EXT 2200/JUDITH
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FROM SAUDI
ARABIA WANTS HOST FAMILY, WILL PAY
ROOM & BOARD, CALL SALEH AT 699-9078
FEMALE HOUSEMATE WANTED: TOP HALF
OF LOG CABIN, 25 MIN. FROM CCC,
FURNISHED BEDROOM, STUDY, GUEST
ROOM, IN WOODS ON A CREEK, $375 INC.
UTILITIES . 824-4454/EILEEN
ESTATE SALE OCT 15TH, 9AM-4PM. 710
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