Sports

COVID-19 halts the sports world

By Riley Buerk / March 12, 2020

Story by Riley Buerk From the Division I men’s and women’s March Madness basketball tournaments all the way down to high school athletics, sporting events all across the country are getting cancelled. Once Rudy Gobert, starting center for the NBA’s Utah Jazz, tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, March 11, it had a sweeping effect…

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Winter 2020 wrap up

By Clackamas Print / March 11, 2020
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CCC prepares for first home track meet in 17 years

By Clackamas Print / March 10, 2020

Story by Riley Buerk Clackamas track and field has not hosted a home event in 17 years, but that will all change on March 21. Clackamas will be hosting a home track meet at the Oregon City CCC campus,  instead of Oregon City High School. The school decided last spring after weighing its options to…

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Wrestling wins back to back championships

By Lexis Shull / March 10, 2020

On March 6 and 7 in Council Bluffs, Iowa, the Clackamas Community College wrestling team brought home another NJCAA National Championship, making it their fourth in school history and second in a row after winning the title last season. For the second year in a row, the Cougars outscored Northeastern Oklahoma A&M with 133.5 total points…

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Coronavirus postpones ballers

By Clackamas Print / March 10, 2020

Story by Nick Schwada On Thursday, March 5, Everett Community College closed its campus due to coronavirus concerns, effectively postponing the NWAC Basketball Championship games that were in progress that afternoon. The 16-team men’s and women’s tournament has been relocated to Clackamas and Linn-Benton community colleges. The first two rounds of the women’s tournament will…

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Blood, Sweat and Brain Trauma

By Jared Preble / March 4, 2020

“Maybe the point is to say, ‘Okay well you’ve had these many injuries to your brain: you’re done. You can’t do it anymore.’ At what point is that?” said Keoni McHone, head track coach and physical education instructor at Clackamas Community College. McHone survived a car crash two years ago and suffered a traumatic brain…

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Q+A with Kevin Arizo

By Clackamas Print / March 3, 2020

Story by Riley Buerk Maybe you know him from hanging out in his room in Randall, or maybe you’ve been a patient. Kevin Arizo is originally from Hawaii and has spent 12 years at CCC as an athletic trainer. TCP: Where did you go to college? Arizo: Pacific University in Forest Grove. TCP: Did you…

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CCC Men’s Basketball players discuss the best basketball game ever

By Clackamas Print / March 3, 2020

Story by Kyler Fleming 2K is a fictional NBA game where you are able to play as any current team, legend teams or classic teams. You are also able to be the general manager of any current team, or create your own player and start your own NBA career. With the NBA playoffs coming up,…

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WWE NXT TakeOver comes to Portland

By Lexis Shull / February 25, 2020

Photos by Lexis Shull Chairs, tables, and bodies flew across the ring as WWE NXT TakeOver took on Portland at the Moda Center on Feb. 16. WWE NXT TakeOver is a professional wrestling show, airing first in May 2014, that includes scripted storylines. These storylines are produced for their TV show, NXT, on a weekly…

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The XFL Opens its first season in 19 years

By Clackamas Print / February 25, 2020

Story By Kyler Fleming The XFL is back and brings a refreshing take on football along with it. Three weeks into the season the XFL has brought a quality product to the field: Cardale Jones, Cameron Artis-Payne, Conner Cook, and Landry Jones were all college standouts. The league also includes Will Hill and Marquette King…

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