CCC track and field takes third

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 […]

Longtime coach sets up for retirement

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Head volleyball coach Kathie Woods is retiring after 32 years of success on the sidelines for Clackamas Community College, having hoisted the championship trophy twice for the Cougars in 1996 and 2004. She also racked up an NWAC record 836 wins. She will retire as the sixth winningest volleyball coach in the history of junior […]

Iron out personal health plans

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The Clackamas Print and fellow Clackamas Community College students got their fitness questions answered by Nautilus Plus trainer Michelle Craig. Kristi Date: How hard would a transition be from a normal American diet to a healthy diet? Michelle Craig: So typically I tell people to take baby steps. I usually recommend people change one thing […]

Former coach, AD inducted into hall of fame

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May 2, 2015 might go down as one of the most historic days in sports history: there was the NFL Draft, the Kentucky Derby, NHL and NBA playoffs and a legendary fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather. But none of those could top what happened in the Washington Square Embassy Suites. The Oregon chapter […]

CCC plays banner games with athletes

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The Cougar volleyball team had a fantastic season this last fall, winning the Southern Region championship and taking fourth place in the NWAC tournament. Each of those achievements is awarded a banner at the end of the season. Those banners are then displayed high over the gym floor in Randall Hall, which raises the question: […]

Athlete of the Month

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Ashley Culp, freshman catcher, has been playing softball for most of her life. She enjoys being competitive. Culp participates in other athletics when she’s not playing softball, she knows the importance of working together on a team and she feels that her team performs better when they can laugh together. The Clackamas Print: How long […]