CCC men’s basketball places third in Holiday Invitational

By Austin Boltz / December 30, 2015
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Hoops for the holidays

By Katie Archer / December 8, 2015

Umpqua Community College left Clackamas Community College on Sunday, Nov. 29, as winners of the women’s basketball Thanksgiving = tournament. Umpqua defeated CCC 76-65. The Cougars came in second, defeating Green River 80-46 and Mt. Hood 70-56 to make it to the championship game. Last year, the Cougars won the whole tournament. Umpqua beat Olympic 81-47 and Southwestern 101-76. Jo Paine and…

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CCC Men’s hoops finish eighth at NWAC tournament

By Jack Spencer / March 12, 2015

The Cougars had a decent outing at the 2015 NWAC tournament in Kennewick, Wash. They finished in eighth place with a 2-2 record. Although this was the second straight year they were eliminated from championship contention with a loss in the first round, they put together a solid tournament. After the first round loss on…

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Coaches balance basketball and family life

By Jack Spencer / February 24, 2015

Family and a basketball team, two of the most difficult groups of people we may ever come across. Neither can work without good chemistry and teamwork. What would happen if these two groups collided? Would it be an advantage having such strong chemistry before you even hit the court? Here at Clackamas Community College we…

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Cougars off to good start, ready for strong finish

By Jack Spencer / February 4, 2015

It’s mid-season, Cougar fans, and excitement is in the air. The men’s and women’s basketball teams are now at the halfway point in Southern League play and the race is on to make it to the tournament. With the men coming in at a record of 5-2 and the women at 3-3, both teams are…

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Cougars ready to pounce on rival Saints

By Jack Spencer / January 20, 2015

With only 16 miles separating the Clackamas Cougars and the Mt. Hood Saints, a buzz surrounds this rivalry game. However, don’t let the short distance fool you; with the game approaching Jan. 28, the bad blood between the schools runs much deeper than geography. “Cage the Cougar,” is a phrase CCC assistant coach Brian Stamme…

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