Learn the playbook


After settling into the new place and attending new student orientation, it’s time to get ready for sports at Clackamas Community College. Any students who love cheering on their school will be able to find opportuni- ties at CCC. As part of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC), CCC is one of the biggest sports schools […]

Welcome to the Army


There is no place like home for a team. After going 1-2 on three road games, the Portland Timbers came home to Providence Park to host D.C. United for a Wednesday evening game on May 27. D.C. United was ranked first in the Eastern Conference and the Portland Timbers were ninth in the Western Conference. […]

Moving on up


Athletes at Clackamas Community College will take the next step to compete at four-year schools. With spring term coming to a close , that also means that athletics are going to take a break until next fall. We will be welcoming a new group of freshman athletes come fall, but not before we bid a […]

Cougar run passes expectations


The first ever Clackamas Community College 5km on Saturday was considered a success by those who spent countless hours organizing the event. Around 40 people ran the 5km. Proceeds from the 5km went to benefit the Veteran’s Center on campus “A lot of hard work from a lot of people came together and I’m just […]

The Clackamas Print enlists in the Timber Army


“We are the Timbers, the Portland Timbers; Green and Gold, Green and Gold, Green and Gold, Gold, Gold! With our friends now, up to the city; We’re gonna shake the gates of hell!” Entering into Providence Park, you’re suddenly heavily enveloped in green and gold. Scarves, shirts, hats, massive flags, and the match hasn’t even […]

CCC track and field takes third


Both Clackamas Community College men’s and women’s track and field teams placed third at the NWAC Championships. After a second place finish at the Southern Region Championships, the CCC track and field team looked to finish just as strong at the NWAC Championships in Spokane, Wash. on May 18 and 19. CCC athletes showed their […]

Cougars run for veterans


While the tomb of the unknown soldier is remembered and respected, the vets who have returned home want us to remember them too. To serve those who have served America, Clackamas Community College will be hosting the first annual 5km Cougar Run on Saturday, May 30. All proceeds from this run will go to benefit […]

Cougars steal third at NWACs


For the second year in a row the Clackamas Cougars softball team was eliminated by the Mt. Hood Saints in the NWAC Championship tournament. The Cougars ended the season on a hot streak, winning 10 of their last 11 games, en route to capturing the South Region title. The strong finish and region crown earned […]

Relay knowledge: how to follow track


Scoreboards are an indicator to both spectator and participant of who’s winning. Some sports use the scoreboard more than others. Basketball, for instance, is a sport in which the players need to be able to see it during the game. The scoreboard shows the score, how much time is left in a game, and in […]

There’s no place like home plate


A team can only climb to the top when they have reached the bottom. The Clackamas Community College Cougars finished the 2015 baseball season last in their division, finishing 14-26. Head coach Jim Hoppel, who was an assistant coach for 14 years, took over the baseball program last March. As the head coach, Hoppel wants […]