Hard work brings success to these Gladiators

Hard work brings success to these Gladiators

Gladstone Senior Americans are dominant, as they win their first county title in 12 seasons A...

Clackamas All-Stars advance to Regionals

Clackamas All-Stars advance to Regionals

The talented young ladies win district and state A group of young ladies from the local area...

These young men can flat-out hit the ball

These young men can flat-out hit the ball

Clackamas 14-year-olds ride their bats to the county Senior Federal title There have been very...

Redland Senior Nationals are second at state

Redland Senior Nationals are second at state

The Red Sox prove themselves without question among the best around The 13-year-olds on the...

Cav Juniors are state runners-up

Cav Juniors are state runners-up

They rally around their bats to prove themselves among the best in Oregon 11-12 baseball Bruce...

Milwaukie High football is going all out with a Polynesian luau dinner/show fundraiser

Milwaukie High football is going all out with a Polynesian luau dinner/show fundraiser

The big event is scheduled for Milwaukie High School on Saturday, August 29 Milwaukie High...

Alumni explain why they 'Battle'

Alumni explain why they 'Battle'

Generations of Oregon City and West Linn alumni are gearing up for their fifth annual Battle for...

Mental toughness spells success for Red Sox

Mental toughness spells success for Red Sox

The youthful Redland Red Sox finish second in the county Mental toughness played huge dividends...

Kingsmen rule in Junior American ball

Kingsmen rule in Junior American ball

Rex Putnam Junior Americans go 30 games without a loss Rallying around their pitching and near...

Oregon City is impressive in summer ball

Oregon City is impressive in summer ball

Sox split with LO; OC Futures are league champs Oregon City High School’s baseball program...

Cavs are county Midget Federal champs

Cavs are county Midget Federal champs

They battle through the losers bracket to claim the spoils Clackamas’ top 9-10 baseball...

Redland 11 and 12-year-olds win state

Redland 11 and 12-year-olds win state

Heart, determination and good sportsmanship bring the Redland Wildcats a Junior National state...

Hess takes over a program that is in great shape

Hess takes over a program that is in great shape

Longtime assistant coach Greg Hess signs on to head up girls soccer at Gladstone High School ...

Local girls honored among best in U.S.

Local girls honored among best in U.S.

N'Dea Flye and Aleah Goodman are named Adidas 3-Strike All-Americans Oregon City High School...


Clackamas' Sports

July 27, 2015

Westling wins at Prineville

by Clackamas Review
Stone Creek Golf Club professional Ted Westling was in top form July 11-12 when he won first place in a field of 120 golfers at the 60th annual Prineville Invitational Golf Tournament, held at…
SUBMITTED - Putnam players and coaches pose proudly with their fourth-place hardware from the recent Midget National State Championship Tournament. Pictured are: (first row, left to right) Owen Lundgren, Noah Perkins, Tucker Buchanan, Ryder Fritz, Konnor Bickford and Parker Read; (second row) Justus Barnett, Riley Fritz, Luke Sandness, Jace Eveland, Mason Eads and Joseph Battaglia; and (back) head coach Andy Lundgren, coach Mike Read and coach David Eads.
July 20, 2015

Putnam Midget Nationals are fourth at state

by John Denny
Dedication and hard work pay dividends for these Kingsmen Putnam Youth Baseball was well represented by Andy Lundgren’s team of nine and 10-year-old baseball players at the 2015 Junior Baseball…
July 20, 2015

Glads stumble but still win their league

by John Denny
Gladstone’s Junior State Division I baseball team stumbled in its final games of the regular season, losing to Putnam 3-1 on July 16 and to Scappoose 3-0 on July 17. But Gladstone coach Casey…
JOHN LARIVIERE - Milwaukie senior-to-be Tieara Norman, who won state titles in the low hurdles and long jump at the 2015 Class 5A State High School Championships, continued impressive at the recent USATF Junior Olympic Region 13 Track and Field Championships, winning the 17-18 womens high hurdles and 400-meter low hurdles, and finishing runner-up with a leap of 18-7-1/4 in the long jump.
July 20, 2015

Katahdin, Norman win JO Regionals

by John Denny
Sonia Katahdin proves herself the best in the Northwest in the 9-10 girls shot put and race walk; Tieara Norman proves herself the best in the Northwest in the 17-18 women's high and low hurdles…
July 13, 2015

Players sought for 'Battle' Alumni Game

by Clackamas Review
Battle for the Bridge co-chair Justin Fisher encourages Oregon City High School alumni who are considering playing in the 2015 Oregon City versus West Linn Battle for the Bridge Alumni Football…
July 13, 2015

Glads are 8-1 in OIBA

by John Denny
Junior Logan Saltares is swinging a mean bat, and he also boasts a 1.35 ERA Gladstone High School’s top summer baseball team continued successful last week, upping its record to 8-1 in OIBA…
JOHN DENNY - Clackamas girls soccer coach Steve Lynch gets acquainted with some of his players during a break in a summer open play session at Clackamas High School.
July 13, 2015

New coaches bring a wealth of experience to Clackamas High girls…

by John Denny
Head coach Steve Lynch says he expects the Cavaliers to excel in the classroom as well as on the athletic field Clackamas High School’s new head girls soccer coach Steve Lynch and his assistants…
July 13, 2015

Local artistic skaters excel at regionals

by John Denny
Kyle Davis wins two events in his first full season as a competitive roller skater Local athletes won five individual titles at the USA Roller Sports Northwest Regional Artistic Championships,…
JOHN DENNY - Senior citizens (left to right) Ken Prias, Bob and Shirley Eayrs, Denny Miller and Gene Chapman are among the regulars in Sah-Hah-Lee's senior golf program. The program runs the year around, with league play for seniors 60-and-over every Tuesday morning, no matter the weather.
July 13, 2015

Forever young

by John Denny
Area seniors stay young at heart by playing in a year-around golf league at Sah-Hah-Lee A local par 3 golf course becomes a fountain of youth of sorts for dozens of senior citizens every Tuesday…
July 06, 2015

Samuel Pyon sixth in Junior Stroke Play

by Clackamas Review
Happy Valley 14-year-old Samuel Pyon tied for sixth place in the Oregon Junior Golf Stroke Play Championship, held June 30 through July 2 at the OGA Course in Woodburn. Pyon shot rounds of 75,…

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Jul 06, 2015

Tickets on sale for CCC crab feed

by Clackamas Review
Clackamas Community College’s wrestling program has set the date for its annual crab feed fundraiser. The event will run from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, at the Gregory Forum on the college…
SUBMITTED - The Redland Wildcats proudly display their championship hardware from the recent Junior National county championship tournament. Pictured are: (front row, left to right) Jayce Dale, Josh Henkel, Noah Oistad, Robbie Regimbal, Gavin Fullington and Chase Salisbury; (second row) Autie Oistad, Cade Heitschmidt, Ryan Finseth, Cody Keith, Kelii Falapapalangi and Brandon OMalley; and (back) coach Ryan Dale, coach Jon Oistad, head coach Scott Salisbury, coach Neil Fullington and coach Rob Regimbal.
Jul 06, 2015

Redland Wildcats are county champions

by John Denny
They battle through the losers bracket, playing seven games in three days, to bag the Junior National county title WOODBURN — The players on the Redland Wildcats Junior National baseball team…
JOHN DENNY - Gladstone 14-year-old Lanie Sticka has earned a spot in an international Junior Golf tournament at the PGA National Resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
Jul 06, 2015

Sticka qualifies for an international tournament

by John Denny
The Gladstone 14-year-old shoots an 84 in a qualifying tournament at Forest Hills Golf Course June 19 was a big day for Gladstone 14-year-old Lanie Sticka. Sticka on that day played the game of…
Jul 06, 2015

Glads improve to 5-0 in league

by John Denny
Sophomore Derek Lee has a team-leading .382 batting average The Gladstone Gladiators continued to get it done in OIBA summer baseball last week, upping their league record to 5-0 (9-4 overall)…
Jul 06, 2015

Oregon City Sox swing their bats

by John Denny
Weijland goes 7-for-11 at the plate; Hartenstein has a .459 batting average The Oregon City Black Sox summer baseball team continued to hit the ball last week. But struggles on the mound and on…
Jul 06, 2015

OC's J.J. Winkle scores a hole in one

by Clackamas Review
Monday, June 29, was a memorable day for Oregon City High School coach and educator J.J. Winkle. Winkle was playing golf at Oregon City Golf Club and he scored a hole in one. It was his first…
JOHN DENNY - Sonia Katahdin was the high-point athlete in the 9-10 girls division of the 2015 USATF State Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships. Katahdin won first place in all four of her events, the 9-10 triathlon, shot put, high jump and 1,500-meter race-walk.
Jul 06, 2015

MTC athletes bring home the gold

by John Denny
Seth Lewelling fourth grader Sonia Katahdin is the high-point 9-10 girl The Mustang Track Club had four athletes win state titles at the 2015 USATF State Junior Olympic Track and Field…
JOHN DENNY - Ryan Hardwick (second from left) talks with players during a recent Wednesday evening open field session at Gladstone. Pictured with Hardwick (left to right) are Austin Carlson, Aaron Hernandez, Andrew Contreras, Max Elmer, Ramon Garcia and Agustin Flores.
Jul 06, 2015

Hardwick replaces Tyler Lewis at Gladstone

by John Denny
The native Hawaiian hopes to put Gladstone back on the map in boys soccer Gladstone High School’s new head boys soccer coach brings experience as both a player and a coach to the pitch. Ryan…
JOHN DENNY - This years Battle for the Bridge alumni football game will be a family affair for Sara and Ian Giammanco and their 8-year-old daughter Sophia. Ian will be playing linebacker for West Linns alumni team; Sophia is an honorary team captain; Sara will be their No. 1 fan. Sara and Ian both graduated from West Linn High School, Sara [maiden name Summers] in 1992 and Ian in 1994. Sophia has cystic fibrosis and she has been a poster child for the Battle for the Bridge alumni game since the first year the game was played, in 2011. This years game, between alumni of Oregon City and West Linn high schools is set for West Linn High School at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 8. All proceeds of the game will go to the Boomer Esiason Foundation and its efforts to fight cystic fibrosis.
Jul 06, 2015

Fundraisers like Battle for the Bridge are making a difference

by John Denny
There is now a drug that treats the underlying cause of cystic fibrosis, and not just the symptoms From all indications the 2015 Battle for the Bridge alumni football game and golf tournament…
PAMPLIN MEDIA: DAVID BALL - Clackamas catcher Taylor Stotts takes a swing during a plate appearance.
Jul 03, 2015

Clackamas takes first step toward Series berth

by David Ball
Clackamas sweeps Centennial to claim the district title LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALLDistrict 2 championship Team Score Clackamas6Centennial1 GRESHAM — A quick start powered Clackamas to a 6-1 win…




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