Sports

CCC athletes set new personal records at OSU High Performance meet

By Ayla Fashana / May 25, 2022

Clackamas Community College Track and Field athletes took on the High Performance trackmeet hosted by Oregon State University, competing against 42 other teams. Overall, the teamdid quite well, with four athletes setting new personal records. Along with setting personalrecords, Freshman Dillion Potter placed 2nd overall in the Hammer Throw, only 1.06 metersbehind first place.

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Wrestlers reflect on Rhoden, time on the mat

By Kortney Parr / May 18, 2022

Victor Jacinto said he came to Clackamas Community College to get out of his home town. Steele Starren didn’t even want to wrestle in college. Both wrestlers competed in the national championship in March, where Clackamas won its fourth consecutive title. The two freshmen sat down to talk about their experiences wrestling during Covid and…

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College weight room reopens after a two-year rest period

By Bella Vaughn / May 14, 2022

If you are a Clackamas Community College student looking to get a quick workout in between classes on campus, you’re in luck.  The weight room is now open to students and faculty after two years of being closed due to COVID. The fitness center is open from noon to 3 p.m, Monday through Thursday.  It…

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Wrestling coach takes job at Oregon State

By Laura Canida / April 25, 2022

Famed wrestling coach Josh Rhoden has taken a job with Oregon State University. Rhoden has been the head coach at Clackamas Community College since 2006. His teams have won the NJCAA National Championship five times, including the past four years. Rhoden has also been named the National Coach of the Year four times, earning that…

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CCC Women’s Basketball wins all games of Thanksgiving Invitational Tournament

By Madalena Larkins / November 30, 2021

Clackamas Community College’s women’s basketball team won all three games of the Thanksgiving Invitational Tournament, which took place at CCC over Thanksgiving weekend. During the first game on Friday Nov. 26, Clackamas faced off against Mt. Hood Community College. CCC was ahead for the entire game, and eventually beat Mt. Hood 81-34. On Saturday, Clackamas…

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Portland Timbers defeat Minnesota Loons during Western Conference playoffs

By Katie Skibba / November 29, 2021

On Nov. 21, the Portland Timbers, who ended their regular season 4th place in the Western Conference, prepared to take on the Minnesota Loons, who ended in 5th place, for the first game of the Western Conference MLS playoffs in Providence Park in Portland, Oregon. Having lost both regular season games against Minnesota, the stakes…

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Cougars defeat Corban JV in first men’s basketball game of season

By Madalena Larkins / November 26, 2021

Clackamas Community College men’s basketball team played their first game of the 2021-22 season against Corban University JV on Friday November 19th and won 108-56.  “It was a fast paced game,” said Austin Miller, one of the players on Corban’s team. Clackamas was ahead for most of the game and steadily gained on their lead…

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CCC volleyball team played hard at final game, but came up short

By Anna Hermens / November 24, 2021

Clackamas Community College’s volleyball team had their final game of the season on Wednesday, Nov. 10, and although they were determined to win, Chemeketa Community College defeated them 3-2. In the first set, Clackamas won 28-26, then lost 24-26 in the second set. They won 25-20 in the third set, but lost the fourth set…

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CCC volleyball team perseveres through the pandemic

By Alexis Sear / November 17, 2021

Hailey Charriere is a freshman on Clackamas Community College’s volleyball team. The Clackamas Print sat down with her on Nov. 8th, a couple of days before the final game on Nov. 10th, to discuss the season and her time at CCC so far.  The Clackamas Print: Has this season been going well for you? Hailey…

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Cross country hopes to move up in ranks heading into final meet of season

By Anna Hermens / November 10, 2021

Rami Dear, who has been running cross country since his sophomore year of high school, is now an athlete on Clackamas Community College’s cross country team. He is majoring in Business and Marketing and hopes to graduate with a transfer degree this year before moving on to Portland State University next year. The Clackamas Print…

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