Wrestling

Matmen chase perfection in duals

By Clackamas Print / November 8, 2017

By Jared Preble The Clackamas Print All eyes are on Clackamas Community College as the wrestling team heads into the five-month long grind that comes with the season. Following a 17-0 season and having won four straight national dual meet championships and four straight conference titles there’s a lot riding on the shoulders of head…

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Overcoming the impossible

By Doug Fry / May 23, 2017

By Doug Fry Richard Jensen may not be a name that you will remember, but once you know his story you will remember it forever. Jensen grew up in a home with a good family, values and morals. At a young age, he began wrestling and from there it would stick with him for life.…

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Wrestling falls 3.5 points short

By Travis Whittaker / February 28, 2017

  By Travis David V Whittaker With a season that was as historical as it can get, the Clackamas Community College wrestling team had their hearts ripped out of their chests by Iowa Central’s heavyweight Thomas Petersen after he was declared the winner in his 285-pound finals match. Going into the NJCAA national finals round,…

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Wrestling wins West Region Championships

By Travis Whittaker / February 13, 2017

By Travis David V Whittaker After a supreme regular season, the Clackamas Community College wrestling team got its first leg of the post-season off to a tremendous start at Southwestern Oregon Community College on Feb. 12. The No. 2 ranked team in the country obtained its fourth straight Western Regional Championship after steamrolling its way…

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Wrestler acclimates to Northwest

By Tom Boggess / January 24, 2017

By Tom Boggess When Ralph Tovar’s wrestling team was jerked out from under him, he decided to take a break from his goals and he eventually left Grand Canyon University. Tovar had two buddies that started at Clackamas right out of high school. Tovar decided to relocate to this area. He was staying with his…

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Wrestlers pin OSU

By Clackamas Print / November 30, 2016

By Doug Fry After years of endless training, all of the hard work has paid off for two Clackamas Community College wrestlers. Freshmen Kurt Mode and Colt Doyle both signed with the Division I Oregon State Beavers to continue their collegiate wrestling careers next season. Both Mode and Doyle expressed how signing with Oregon State…

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Matmen stay unbeaten in duals

By Clackamas Print / November 8, 2016

By Doug Fry When a program has had as much success as the Clackamas wrestling team has, the season expectations are always high. Coming off their third consecutive National Dual title, the Cougars look to claim a four-peat and add another team title to their resume. They are off to a good start, with a…

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Former students compete in Olympic Trials

By James Harley / April 12, 2016

The Olympic Wrestling Trials kicked off this past weekend in Iowa and Clackamas Community College had a big part in it. CCC had three wrestling alumni athletes qualify for the 2016 Olympic Trials. Despite a great effort by all three athletes, none of them advanced to the Olympics. The Cougar alumni that qualified were Jacob…

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Clackamas takes 6th at Nationals

By Travis Whittaker / March 7, 2016

Over the weekend, the Clackamas Community College wrestling team flew to Iowa City, Iowa, and competed in the NJCAA championships in Council Bluffs at the Mid-American Center. With a total of ten qualifiers, Clackamas Community College had three All-Americans and finished in 6th place in the team national standings. Clackamas was 13 team points away…

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Cougars pound rival North Idaho

By Katie Archer / January 27, 2016

Cougars defeat cardinals 39-12

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