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By Alexis Wagar / May 2, 2017

THE CLACKAMAS PRINT BRINGS HOME 17 AWARDS FROM THE 2017 ANNUAL COLLEGIATE DAY By Alexis Wagar Bright and early on a Friday morning, the staff members of “The Clackamas Print” made the journey down to Linn-Benton Community College for the Oregon Newspaper Foundation Collegiate Day, where we won 17 awards. Registration began at 8:30 a.m.…

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Timbers repeat win in season opener

By Katie Archer / March 9, 2016

Before the 2016 Major League Soccer season started, the Portland Timbers unveiled their MLS championship banner. On Sunday, March 6, the Portland Timbers opened their MLS season against Columbus Crew. For the third time in a row, the Timbers defeated the Crew 2-1. When the game started, the Crew’s goalkeeper Steve Clark had his back to the Timbers Army as they chanted “27 seconds.” The…

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Vague relationship policy at Clackamas raises questions

By Katie Archer / March 9, 2016

Track athletes were upset when they saw a distance coach giving a teammate extra practice. Drew Wasmund was on a one-year part-time contract from Sep. 2014 to June 2015. On June 22, 2015, an athlete sent an email to head track coach Keoni McHone. “… It’s pretty obvious they are dating, and they have been dating all year long,”…

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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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Cougars pound rival North Idaho

By Katie Archer / January 27, 2016

Cougars defeat cardinals 39-12

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Hitting the bullseye: Ugly uniforms need redesign

By Katie Archer / January 27, 2016

This week’s topic on Hitting the Bullseye: Ugly-ass uniforms. WTF is going on with today’s uniforms? Uniforms are getting so U-G-L-Y, their mamas don’t have an alibi. Sometimes I wonder where the fashion police are when society actually needs them. Michigan State has nice looking white and dark green uniforms. Why wear a nasty looking lime green? Did the Nike designer…

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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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Safety rule fails players

By Katie Archer / December 8, 2015

Hitting the bullseye: targeting rule in college football needs revision

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