The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, November 23, 1994, Page 7, Image 7

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    SPORTS
Kiser’s Cougar’s prepare to defend NWAACC title
The Clackamas Print Pg. 7
Wednesday, Nov. 23,1994
this year,” Kiser said. Kiser
noted that last year his team only
lost one scrimmage game and
that diis year they have already
lost to ; George Fox and
Willamette. Kiser said that this
team has not performed well so
far and have given up a lot of
points.
The team roster includes
by Jesse Sowa
second-year players Ryan Coffey
Staff Writer
and Jay Moore, both from
Head Basketball Coach Putnam H.S. Ryan Samms is a
Royce Kiser doesn’t know what transfer player from Pendleton
to expect when his young team­ who played guard at Umpqua CC
starts the season next Friday at the last year. Jawanza Hadley of
Red Devil Tournament in- David Douglas transfered to
Longview, Washington.
Clackamas after attending the
Kiser has just four players University of Oregon last year.
back from the team that won the
Clackamas will be powered
NWAACC title last year. Only by a strong freshman class with
two, Nate Williams from Franklin a lot of potential. First-year play­
High School and Matt Stahl from ers include post Ryan Valley of
Central Catholic, have any play­ Pendleton, guard Bryan Brutke
ing time to speak of. Williams was of Roseburg, guard Kenny
a starter during most of last year, Walker from Idaho, forward Jer­
while Stahl was an important emy Armstrong of Tillamook,
player off the bench.
guard Aaron Pierson of Forest
“We’ve got more work to do Grove, guard Mike Davidson of
f Young team
is looking for
leadership and
willingness to
win
West Linn and post player Jay
Lassen of Crescent Valley.
Kiser expects the tougher
opponents in the NWAACC
Southern Division to be
Chemeketa CC, ML Hood CC and
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\Ne've got
more work to
do this year.
-Royce Kiser
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LaneCC.
Kiser will look for leadership
qualities in his sophomore play­
ers in order to rebuild a strong
program. He believes that the
play of his point guard, Williams,
and the defensive contributions of
his team will be the keys to a suc­
cessful season.
photo by Josh Kehler
The men's basketball team will attempt to defend their
title this season with only four people returning from last
years championship team. Stahl, Williams, Coffey and
Moore will bring leadership and experience to this years
squad.
Cougar
1994-95
Calendar
photo by Chad Patteson
Royce Kiser has been busy preparing a young group for a long Journey that will lead them
back to the NWACC title. On December 7th The Print will honor Kiser in a special feature.
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