CCC sister athletes reflect on missed softball season

By Clackamas Print / June 1, 2020

Story by Nick Schwada There’s something magical that sports are able to do to a fan — sports have an incredible ability to hold and manipulate an individual’s emotions; they can make you feel deep fear and stress, and in an instant, those emotions can be redirected into overwhelming excitement and joy. When one is…

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Athletes face depression and anxiety

By Jacob Thompson / May 28, 2019

Freshman volleyball player Madison Landwehr was a standout on the court for Astoria High School. When it came to choosing a college to continue her education and her volleyball career she chose Clackamas Community College, following in her brother’s footsteps. When she arrived on campus she realized the competition for playing time would be much…

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Athletic trainer wraps up interview

By Elizabeth Kessel / April 26, 2017

Kevin Arizo talks Timbers, training and sleep Story and photo by Elizabeth Kessel Kevin Arizo has been at Clackamas Community College for 10 years now as the athletic trainer. He works with every sports team at the college and helps students with their injuries, rehabs and getting ready for practices. The Clackamas Print: When and…

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Exploring Oregon

By Clackamas Print / May 31, 2016

As temperatures in Oregon rise, it’s the perfect time of year to explore the trails and views around the state. Hike to a beautiful scenic waterfall, or take a trail to a monument or landmark. The Clackamas Print reviewed five Oregon hikes to try help you find an adventure. Or at least a break from…

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Four wins, fourth place at NWAC

By James Harley / May 24, 2016

After dropping their opener, softball reels off four straight to take fourth place The Cougars’ softball team rolled into the NWAC tournament with a good amount of momentum, but ultimately it wasn’t enough. After earning the second seed in the tournament, the Cougars looked to roll through the tournament with the momentum they had at…

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Track sweats out the good stuff

By Travis Whittaker / May 24, 2016

Promising results comes out of this season’s track team, gaining bright hope for future season Throw all of the past success out the window. What happened earlier this season no longer matters. Every track and field athlete trains for the moment and opportunity to compete in the regional and conference meet at the end of…

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Basketball loses last game of season

By Clackamas Print / March 9, 2016

Whatcom Community College left the Cougars’ court victorious on Saturday, March 5. Cougars lost their last home game to the Orcas 79-58. With a 7-point lead to the opposing team in the first half, the Cougars looked as if they had a fighting chance. They were able to shake the nerves off and played better in the second half,…

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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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Track prepares to run at Linfield

By James Harley / March 7, 2016

It’s hard to find an athlete who is not excited for the Clackamas Community College track and field season to start. The Cougars’ track and field team has high hopes. Last year both the men’s and women’s teams finished second in the Southern Region Championships and third in the NWAC Championships. Athletes and coaches prepare…

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Hitting the bowl

By Katie Archer / February 10, 2016

Some athletes look for alternative methods to relieve pain

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