soccer

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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Soccer wins for first time in over a year

By Lexis Shull / October 15, 2019

It had been 393 days since their last win. Clackamas Community College’s women’s soccer team finally tasted victory, defeating Chemeketa 2-1 on Oct. 11. The last time the Cougars won a game was also against Chemeketa, defeating the storm 2-1. Through the first half of the season, the Cougars defense has allowed 26 goals and…

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Timbers play for first time in newly updated stadium

By Jonathan Villagomez / June 4, 2019

25,218. This was the attendance number for the first home game for the Portland Timbers at the newly renovated Providence Park. The Portland Timbers had a long streak of away games to kick-off the 2019 season having played 12 away matches before finally arriving back in the Rose City for their home opener against the…

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Thorns win in home opener

By Lexis Shull / June 4, 2019

Photo by Lexis Shull In the blistering heat and 19,461 fans all decked out in red and black, the Portland Thorns lit their own spark against the Chicago Red Stars with a 3-0 win on Sunday for the first time in their newly renovated stadium at Providence Park. Earlier in the season, Portland spent six…

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Student athlete diets

By Lexis Shull / June 4, 2019

Typically, the first thing that comes to mind when discussing an athlete’s success is their fitness. Something that is often overlooked is what they actually eat. Imagine a juicy burger, a perfectly cooked lobster, the cheesiest pizza you could possibly dream of, or any other food that appeals to your taste buds. These are the…

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Worst season in soccer program history ends

By Clackamas Print / October 31, 2018

A depleted bench and a quiet head coach watched as the final seconds of the worst season in Clackamas Community College soccer history ended Wednesday, Oct. 24, with a 1-0 loss to Clark College at Pioneer Memorial Stadium in Oregon City. The Cougars finished with an overall record of 1-10-4 under first year head coach…

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Portland Timbers tie in a heated game

By Jonathan Villagomez / June 5, 2018

The drums beat, the trumpets blare and the stadium roars as the the Timbers’ Army starts to warm up. The Portland Timbers faced LA Galaxy once again after a 2-1 loss back in March. The Timbers had a rough start to the season beginning with five away matches due to construction in Providence Park. They…

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Soccer season ends

By Doug Fry / November 8, 2017

Clackamas Community College’s women’s soccer season comes to an end after a top three finish in the NWAC’s South division. The team worked their way back into the heat of postseason competition after a promising season. The Cougars posted 24 points in league with a 7-3-2 record. The freshman- loaded squad improved on their 4-9-2…

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Timbers lock up playoffs

By Doug Fry / October 17, 2017

By Doug Fry Sports Editor On Sunday, Oct. 15, the third place Portland Timbers played host to D.C. United in the second-to-last game of the regular season. As always, the Timbers played in front of a high energy and very enthusiastic crowd of 21,144 at Jeld-Wen Field. Portland defeated D.C. in blowout fashion 4-0 and…

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