Fourth 'Battle' is a huge success

Fourth 'Battle' is a huge success

Money is raised to help find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis; and one of the longest high school...

Defending state champs will be tough in 5A

Defending state champs will be tough in 5A

La Salle moves up to Class 5A, but the Falcons still plan on making some waves in cross country...

Oregon City Orcas are in championship form

Oregon City Orcas are in championship form

The area swimmers hold their own in high level competition The athletes on the Oregon City Swim...

Ten-year-old bowls 270

Ten-year-old bowls 270

Sophia Winklepleck teams up with her father to win the Dave Husted Pro-Am no-tap bowling...

Veteran AD takes charge at Clackamas

Veteran AD takes charge at Clackamas

Longtime coach and administrator Vicki Nelms replaces Jeff Erdman Veteran athletic director Vicki...

New coach, like the Mustangs, has had adversity

New coach, like the Mustangs, has had adversity

Gladstone success story Heather Denison is coaching volleyball at Milwaukie - It’s been...

FootGolf comes to Clackamas County

FootGolf comes to Clackamas County

Soccer balls are flying at Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course - Golfers at Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course in...

Mustangs name Prenger in girls soccer

Mustangs name Prenger in girls soccer

The Milwaukie Spanish teacher moves from the Mustang boys program to take the helm in girls...

A program on the rise

A program on the rise

Oregon City guys are tough in summer basketball - Oregon City High School’s top boys...

Jacobs likes what he sees at Putnam

Jacobs likes what he sees at Putnam

'Things are in place for a great football program,' the new head coach says Tim Jacobs, who was...

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Photo Credit: PHOTO BY JOHN DENNY - Gladstone coach Cody Aker
August 20, 2014

Cody Aker is the new cage boss at Gladstone

by John Denny
He joins the Gladiators after six seasons assisting in a successful Sandy program - Gladstone High School has a new head boys basketball coach. Cody Aker, 28, was hired in late spring to replace…
Photo Credit: PHOTO BY JOHN LARIVIERE - Russell Schneider (13), pictured here eluding a defender in a Pacific Football League playoff game with the Yakima Mavericks, will be at the helm for the Oregon City High School alumni team for this Saturday's Oregon City vs. West Linn Battle for the Bridge alumni football game. Schneider has had a phenomenal year as quarterback for the Oregon City-based Portland Raiders Minor League semi-pro football team this year. The 2001 graduate of Oregon City High School was in record form, completing 267-of-490 passes (.544 percent) for 4,419 yards and 57 touchdowns, with 17 interceptions. The passes completed, passes attempted and yards are all PFL and Greater Northwest Football Association records. The 57 touchdown passes is second all-time only to his own record of 59. Schneider has 370 career touchdown passes in six seasons of playing Minor League semi-pro football, just seven shy of the national record. Schneider this year led the Raiders to championship of the Pacific Football League, and an overall record of 12-1, the Raiders' only loss coming in a 10-7 early-season game with the South Lane Buzzards.
August 20, 2014

Fourth annual 'Battle' Saturday in Oregon City

by John Denny
Russell Schneider returns to the helm as OC alumni take on their cross-river rivals from West Linn - Oregon City High School’s football stadium will be the place to be at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug.…
August 06, 2014

Putnam football conditioning camp

by Clackamas Review
Rex Putnam High School head football coach Tim Jacobs has scheduled a conditioning camp for freshmen through 12th graders. The camp will run from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Aug. 11-14.…
August 06, 2014

Samuel Pyon 2nd at Rose City Tourney

by Clackamas Review
Samuel Pyon of Happy Valley placed second in the intermediate boys division of the Portland City/Bob Allard Memorial Golf Tournament, held at Rose City Golf Course July 28-29. Pyon shot rounds…
August 06, 2014

Milwaukie Bowl adds arcade games

by Clackamas Review
Milwaukie Bowl has become a family-friendly place to hang out at this summer. They remodeled in the spring, adding 25 new state of the art arcade games, a redemption center and a snack bar,…
August 06, 2014

Oregon City girls fifth in Nashville

by Clackamas Review
Oregon City High School’s top summer girls basketball team, Oregon City Black, polished off a tremendous summer with a fifth place finish in the Gold National Bracket of the Music City Madness…
August 06, 2014

CCC gearing up for crab feed, auction

by Clackamas Review
Clackamas Community College’s wrestling program is gearing up for its third annual crab feed and auction fundraiser. The event is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 20 at the Tumwater Room.…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Mike Brunos Clackamas Midget Federal baseball team proved themselves one of the top 11- and 12-year-old teams in Clackamas County and in the state in 2014. Members of the standout team included; (kneeling, from left) Andrew West, Emerson Dennis, Tatum Erickson, Wyatt Beard, Logan Beard, Trevor Wilson and Aiden McGuire; and (standing) Caden Stevens, Cade Martin, Jake Wallace, head coach Mike Bruno, Ashton MacClanathan, coach Ryan Erickson, Owen Bruno and coach Eric Wilson.
August 06, 2014

Camaraderie spells success for Clackamas

by John Denny
The Cavaliers are second only to Canby in the Midget Federal County Tournament Clackamas’ top 9- and 10-year-old Junior Baseball team, the Clackamas Federal League Midgets, did themselves proud…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Redland Red Sox pose proudly with their third place hardware from the 2014 Clackamas County Junior Baseball Junior American Championship Tournament. Pictured are: (first row, from left) Brandon OMalley, Robert Boland IV, Jonathan Schaffer, Spencer Townsend and Joey Whitehill; (second row) Ashton Stalheim, Eric Bergan, Mitchell Castor, Colby Cowan, Ryan Henkel and Joshua Jordal; and (back) coach Dean Bergan, coach Keven Schaffer and head coach Dave Jordal.
August 06, 2014

Redland Sox excel

by John Denny
The Red Sox earn third place at the Junior American County Tournament The Redland Red Sox were one of the toughest 11- and 12-year-old youth baseball teams around in 2014. Despite sporting a…
Photo Credit: LO SCHOOL DISTRICT - Eric Lider
August 06, 2014

LO'S Lider will pass the baton after 31 years

by Matt Sherman
After 36 years in the Lake Oswego High School track and field program and 31 as its head coach, Eric Lider is stepping down. Lider has been a mainstay with the Lakers over the years, helping…

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Aug 06, 2014

Local golfers make waves at Senior Open

by Clackamas Review
PENDLETON — Stone Creek Golf Club professional Ted Westling made some noise during second-round play at the 2014 Senior Oregon Open in play July 30. Westling aced the 166-yard twelfth hole at…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Players on the Rex Putnam Kingsmen Junior Federal baseball team did themselves proud in 2014, finishing second only to 2014 state champion North Marion at the county tournament and earning third place at state. Vying for the Kingsmen were: (front row, left to right) Austin Hayes, Kaiden Miller, Nick Geertsen, John Foglio and Gavin Lund; (second row) Tanner Drog, Dakota Reber, Matt Petersen, Derek Douangphrachanh, John Irish and K.J. Ruffo; and (back) coach Jason Reber, head coach Mike Geertsen and coach Allen Miller.
Aug 06, 2014

Kingsmen were tough to beat

by John Denny
Putnam placed second in the county and third at state in Junior Federal baseball Mike Geertsen’s Rex Putnam Kingsmen were tough to beat in 11- and 12-year-old Junior Baseball in 2014. The 2013…
Photo Credit: HILLSBORO TRIBUNE PHOTO: AMANDA MILES - Ahlstrom throws the first pitch at last Thursdays Hillsboro Hops game. He kicked off his Make-A-Wish experience with a trip to the Hops game before heading to New York to watch the Yankees.
Aug 01, 2014

WISH PITCH

by Amanda Miles
Clackamas grad Aaron Ahlstrom starts his Make-A-Wish experience at Hops game Doug Ahlstrom’s recall is precise and immediate. “I know the exact date — Oct. 5,” said the Happy Valley resident,…
Jul 30, 2014

Youth golf camps at Stone Creek

by Clackamas Review
Stone Creek Golf Club has two three-day summer camps for youth ages 7-17 scheduled in August: Aug. 5-7 and Aug. 12-14. Sessions will run from 9 a.m. to noon each day, with instruction in grip,…
by: SUBMITTED - The Clackamas Cavaliers proved themselves the top 13- and 14-year Junior Baseball team in Clackamas County in 2014. Members of the standout team included: (front row, left to right) Isaiah Scardino, Zandon Elliott, Ryan Ahlstrom and Ryan McDonald; (second row) Jaden Shaw, Jacob Allen, Jake Zehr, Cole Hager, Kyle Kirsch, Mitchell Modjeski, Evan Johnston and Mark Cadieux; and (back) coach Jason Carroll, coach Keith Miller and head coach John Kirsch.
Jul 30, 2014

Clackamas rules county Seniors

by John Denny
The Cavaliers throw strikes, play defense en route to the county crown There were very few 13- and 14-year-old baseball teams around in 2014 that were as fundamentally sound as the Clackamas…
Jul 30, 2014

Raiders bag first PFL title

by Clackamas Review
OREGON CITY - The Portland Raiders Minor League football team won their first championship in their 14-year existence, edging the South King County Colts 30-27 here Saturday in the championship…
Jul 30, 2014

OC Black 2nd in San Diego

by Clackamas Review
Oregon City High School’s top summer girls basketball team, Oregon City Black, continued impressive during the recent San Diego Classic, going 5-1 and finishing runner-up in the top bracket. In…
Jul 30, 2014

Outlaws third at OIBA Tourney

by Clackamas Review
OREGON CITY — Clackamas placed third at last week’s 16-team OIBA State Tournament, winning five of seven games. The Outlaws blanked Southridge 5-0 in their opener, but then headed for the losers…
Jul 30, 2014

Pro-am bowling tourney Aug. 14-16

by Clackamas Review
Milwaukie Bowl is gearing up for its 35th annual Dave Husted Open and no-tap pro-am bowling tournaments. The pro-am runs Thursday through Saturday, August 14-16, with divisions for juniors,…
by: JULIE SALTARES - Gladstone High School baseball players did themselves and their community proud last weekend, winning the state championship in the top division of Junior State Baseball. Pictured are members of the standout team: (front row, left to right) Branden Loehr, Daniel Contreras, Devin Neer, Austin Krieger, Trey DePretto and Tyrus Coady; and (back row) coach Mark Rourke, Logan Saltares, Trask Telesmanich, Ryan Kelner, Andrew Gross, coach Rob Staehle, Carter Watts, Collin Betnar, Ben Fox, Darnell Washington and head coach Casey Webster.
Jul 30, 2014

Glad diamondmen win state

by John Denny
The Gladiators go 4-0 at the 2014 Junior State Division I Championship Tournament What a summer! Gladstone High School’s top summer baseball team capped off a tremendous summer season, going 4-0…



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