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Advanced Metals beats rivals in elimination game

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BlueJackets get bats rolling against Gresham

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Smith is master of the walk off

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One big spurt sends GreyWolves to win

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Brought to you by Deb-ee Jones - Bridge City Medical Aesthetics - AESTHETIC INSIDER -

BRIDGE CITY MEDICAL AESTHETICS - Deb-ee Jones, RNAre you red with embarrassment from your rosacea or from visible vessels on your face and nose? Rosacea is a genetic disorder that primarily affects the face, and can cause flushing, persistent redness, rough skin texture, even visible facial veins. A similar skin condition, poikiloderma of civatte, affects the skin on the sides of the neck, causing thinned skin, increased pigmentation, and visible blood vessels.

Conditions such as rosacea and poikiloderma can be difficult to live with, putting your disease on display for the whole world to see, and your self-esteem can take a bit of a blow. If you are tired of trying to hide your rosacea, Bridge City Medical Aesthetic offers a number of treatment remedies.

Our remarkable Xeo laser platform from Cutera combines three different modalities

in one to treat conditions such as rosacea, poikiloderma and even sun damage. The Excel Nd:YAG laser emits light at a 1064 nanometers (nm) wavelength, allowing us the precision necessary to selectively treat visible veins without damaging the surrounding skin. The Laser Genesis procedure, which rejuvenates skin, evens out skin texture, and reduces redness, is also performed using the Nd:YAG laser.

The third component is the Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment. This application uses the whole visible light spectrum, 520 to 1200 nm, to selectively target sun damage, visible vessels, and the flushing of the face and neck associated with rosacea.

Don’t let rosacea color your decisions and rule your life, schedule an appointment with Bridge City Medical Aesthetic!

Bridge City Medical Aesthetics

1410 NE 106th Ave, Portland, OR 97220

(971) 777-0303

Brought to you by Cindy Passannante - C.P. Trips - TRAVEL INSIDER -

C.P. TRIPS - Cindy PassannanteSummer’s a time for warm weather adventures. It’s a time for chasing after the ice cream man as his truck plays that same song it did when you were younger. And, if you’re a smart traveler, it’s a time for tinsel, toys, and ugly sweaters. That’s right, summer means it’s Christmas in July when it comes to travel deals.

During the summer, many tour operators and other travel companies will offer deeply discounted holidayseason vacation packages to places all around the world. Travelers in search of a warm getaway can find great summer deals on winter vacations to Mexico, including cruises! For example, Princess Cruises offers cruises in the Mexican Riviera ranging from a few days to over a week roundtrip. Leaving from ports in either Los Angeles or San Francisco, and making stops in popular locations like Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas, these cruises are wonderful for all age groups.

If the snow is definitely more of your thing, then a tour of Old World Europe is the ultimate can’t-miss experience. Maupin Tours offers a tour of the traditional Christmas markets of Austria and Germany. Spread out over nine days, you’ll be taken through the markets of Vienna and Salzburg as well as a private tour of Nuremberg.

There is a vast selection of vacation packages from which to choose, and whether you are looking for a warm, sunny escape or for that perfect white Christmas, CP Trips can help you book your dream Christmas vacation.

C.P. Trips

Damascus, OR 97089

(503) 658-5646

Brought to you by Marie Nicholson - Cherry Park Plaza - SENIOR LIVING INSIDER -

CHERRY PARK PLAZA - Marie Nicholson Imagine a warm summer night that’s only just cooled off as the sun slowly fades into the abyss. A crowd has gathered in the plaza to enjoy a night of jazz music and free gelato. Couples stand up and dance, while others simply tap their toes along to the beat, and you can almost feel the joviality bouncing off the air.

For some, that reads like a work of fiction. But at Cherry Park Plaza, that’s the reality we strive to create for our residents. We pride ourselves on the welcoming nature of our community, along with the well-established, genuine connection between our residents and our employees.

From our Resident Ambassadors, who welcome in each new resident and help them acclimate as quickly as possible, to the easy, friendly-going bus driver who can just squeeze you on his schedule for your last-second doctor’s appointment, our residents and employees have real, valuable, and meaningful relationships with each other.

New residents at Cherry Park Plaza are amazed at the well-established camaraderie within our community. For us, however, it’s just another way we help you to live life well. Because, ultimately, it’s your relationships that make life matter, and we make sure you have some great ones.

If you’re interested in living life well, give us a call or come visit Cherry Park Plaza today, and be sure to stop in on August 31st for our next musical performance date.

Cherry Park Plaza

(503) 491-1661

1323 SW Cherry Park Rd, Troutdale, OR 97060

Brought to you by Randy Preston - Honke Heating - HEATING AND COOLING INSIDER -

HONKE HEATING - Randy PrestonIf you’re looking for a new way to heat and cool your home, you’ll want to look into ductless heat pump systems. A ductless heat pump can both heat and cool your home, leading to many advantages:

• Up to 8 indoor units (zones) can be connected to 1 outdoor unit.

• Because there is no ductwork, ductless systems can be more efficient than a typical heat pump. Customers can save up to 30-40 percent on their utility bills because heating and cooling is not being lost through faulty ductwork. Additionally, each room’s temperature can be set individually, saving you energy and money by not heating or cooling rooms that are not being used.

• Since ductless heat pumps do not need duct work, they are perfect for homes without duct work (saving you the installation of ductwork). They can also be used in home additions and homes with leaky or damaged ductwork.

• Not having ductwork allows for better indoor air quality because air is not traveling through dusty and dirty ductwork. Ductless heat pumps provide a healthier environment for you and your family to breathe.

• Many manufacturers, distributers and utility companies offer numerous incentives for purchasing a ductless heat pump system.

Proper installation is key to your system’s performance. At Honke Heating & Air Conditioning, our employees have gone through extensive training for installation of ductless heat pump systems. Call Honke Heating & Air Conditioning today for information on a ductless system.

Honke Heating & Air Conditioning

840 NE Cleveland Ave, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 666-3725

Brought to you by Rob Cook - Nancy's Floral - FLOWER INSIDER

NANCY'S FLORAL - Rob CookFor many people, Roses are their favorite flower. They communicate appreciation and celebrate life’s special moments with a graceful, timeless beauty. With many different varieties and thousands of color variations, roses are a versatile flower perfect for almost any occasion. As part of Nancy’s Floral’s commitment to educating its customers, we present some facts about roses to help you see the world through rosecolored glasses.

First, it should be noted that roses have different grades. Roses are graded by stem length from below the head down. When buying a bunch, the shortest stem in the bunch should meet the grade length, and head size should be consistent by variety. Within each variety, longer grades will generally have larger heads than roses with shorter grades.

Short-stemmed rosesLong-stemmed rosesRoses are also cut at three different stages, catering to different market demands. The Mass Market cut is what is sold in supermarkets or large retail chains. Traditionally with tighter heads, these roses are harvested with a cut point that ranges from 2.5 to 3.0 centimeter wide heads, depending on the variety. Allowed to grow a little more, Florist Grade roses are sold wholesale to florists. This technique produces stronger stems, larger flowers, and ensures maximum opening and vase life.

Finally, Russian Cut roses, which are named for their most popular market (not their country of origin), are left to grow up to two weeks longer, resulting in some of the most beautiful roses. At Nancy’s floral we carry long-stemmed premium florist-grade roses exclusively including a selection of Russian Cuts.

Nancy’s Floral

620 NE Burnside Rd, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 716-4971

Brought to you by Dr. Ryan Thomas - Hillcrest Chiropractic - CHIROPRACTIC INSIDER -

HILLCREST CHIROPRACTIC - Dr. Ryan ThomasHave you been in a car crash? Every year, millions of people suffer injuries as a result of auto collisions, with many back and neck injuries leading to long-term symptoms. One of the best ways to treat these auto injuries is through chiropractic care, and here’s why:

Chiropractic Restores Motion. The muscles and ligaments of your spine can be stretched or experience micro-tears during an auto collision, leading to inflammation and pain. A chiropractic adjustment mobilizes the joints of your spine, facilitating increased blood flow to the area and speeding up the healing process.

Chiropractic Reduces Scar Tissue. When you injure a muscle or ligament, scar tissue is laid down by your body in the injured area as a patch of sorts. A chiropractic adjustment on injured vertebral joints works to break up scar tissue in the joint.

Chiropractic Improves Stress Levels. There’s no doubt that car crashes are a very traumatic life event. Reducing your stress is important after an auto collision, as stress can slow recovery time. Chiropractic patients have been shown to have lower levels of cortisol, indicating reduced stress.

Chiropractic Works! According to ChiroNexus, a leading chiropractic news site, British researchers found in 1996 that 93% of auto injury patients with neck pain experienced dramatic improvement with chiropractic care. If you’ve developed neck or back pain following a car crash, schedule a consultation with Dr. Thomas at Hillcrest Chiropractic Clinic today and get on the path toward optimal health.

Hillcrest Chiropractic Clinic

329 NE Hood Ave, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 491-0388

Brought to you by Doug Lepper - Crown Carpets - CARPET INSIDER -

CROWN CARPETS - Doug LepperLaminate flooring has been a wonderful option for those looking for wood and tile looks without the high price tag, and do-it-yourselfers have loved its ease of installation. But it has had one serious down side; if exposed to high humidity or constant wetting the particle board core of the product will swell, causing unsightly separating seams and humps in the floor.

A company named US Floors has developed a new hybrid product that perfects the laminate flooring concept. It is called COREtec Plus. Its advantages are many: It installs quickly and easily without the need for acclimation, and it hides most subfloor imperfections, eliminating floor preparation in all but the worst of situations. It is dimensionally stable so it can be used in large areas without transition strips. It comes with an attached cork

underlayment which adds warmth to the floor while reducing noise. Its wear layer is commercially rated and sports two coats of an acrylic finish for superior stain resistance and cleanability. And best of all, its waterproof core means it can be used in wet areas like utility and bath and still be backed with a lifetime waterproof warranty.

COREtec Plus comes in many colors in very realistic wood looks like oak, pine, maple, and walnut. It is also available in stone looks that imitate marble, travertine, and slate. And don’t worry about how to finish it off at the transition points; also available are color-matched trim pieces for a complete installation. Come and check out the new COREtec styles at Crown Carpets in Gresham.

Crown Carpets

21655 SE Stark, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 665-4162

Brought to you by Randy and Dori DeLaunay - Creative Visions Landscapes and Water Garden Center - LANDSCAPING INSIDER

CREATIVE VISIONS LANDSCAPES - Dori and Randy DeLaunayLet’s face it. For most of us, keeping our lawn and landscape in pristine condition is a chore. So why not let a team of landscaping professionals do the work for you?

At Creative Visions Landscapes, we don’t just give you a better lawn. We offer you the time to enjoy it.

Our groundskeeping crews are clean, tidy and efficient. But the level of landscape service you require depends on the needs and expectations you have for your lawn and yard. Here’s a breakdown of exactly what you get.

Turf Care: Our landscapers do a lot more than mow your lawn. We edge the borders between sidewalk and grass to ensure a smooth, clean break, and thoroughly remove all trimmings and other organic material after the job is done. Turf Care also comes with fertilizing five times a year, and a yearly treatment of lime.

Bed Care: Creative Visions crews will hand weed your garden beds and rake out leaves in the fall, ensuring a flowery display free of pests and invasive flora. Pre-emergent herbicide is applied twice yearly, with post-emergent used on an as-needed basis.

Plant Care: We’ll prune shrubs and other ground cover twice a year with maintenance as needed, and fertilize your trees, shrubs and ground cover yearly. For trees under 12 feet, we’ll trim for clearance issues.

Creative Visions Landscape and Water Garden Center

9965 SE Orient Drive, Boring, OR

(503) 663-5483

Brought to you by Donivon McCord - McCord Construction - CONSTRUCTION INSIDER -

MCCORD CONSTRUCTION - Donivon McCordAnyone who adds a deck to their home wants their deck to not only be beautiful, but also sturdy and safe to guarantee longevity. At McCord Construction, we are committed to ensuring that every deck we build is unparalleled in both safety and style. Over time, however, constant weather exposure can cause even decks of the highest quality to have structural issues. That’s why, at least once a year, you should conduct an inspection of your deck to identify problems to address before minor issues turn into major headaches.

The North American Deck and Railing Association publishes an excellent guide for reference, called the Check Your Deck Consumer Checklist, to help homeowners keep their decks safe. Wood rot is one of the more common problems decks face, so

it’s important to examine the ledger board, support posts, deck boards, and stairs and railings for signs of wood rot, paying particular attention to areas regularly exposed to water.

When you’re checking out the ledger board, you’ll want to check that the fasteners are in the correct places and not loose or corroded; improperly fastened ledger boards are the #1 cause of deck failure. It’s also a good idea to confirm that the flashing is not allowing water to collect between the ledger board and your home; add or replace flashing if you notice water pooling.

These are just a few of the problems your deck can face. If you notice a repair that needs to be made, call McCord Construction today.

McCord Construction

500 NW 20th St STE 202, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 348-2366

Brought to you by Ken Mitchell-Phillips - The Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips - LEGAL INSIDER -

THE LAW OFFICES OF KEN MITCHELL-PHILLIPS - Ken Mitchell-PhillipsSmall and mid-sized businesses often find it difficult to determine if they should rent or own commercial property. Purchasing commercial real estate is a complex, often difficult process with a fair amount of risk attached to it. Nevertheless, a commercial property purchase allows you to depreciate the property and reduce your taxable income, as well as giving you greater control over your overhead costs. If you’re ready to own your own commercial real estate, I’ve got a few tips to guide you.

Ask yourself a lot of questions: The biggest question to ask is “Are you ready to make an investment of this size?” If you are ready, you’ll need to grapple with issues relating to what kind of location you need, how much work you’re willing to put into the property, and how much risk you can tolerate.

Evaluate the property: You should visit many different properties to figure out which properties you fit with. Your situation and needs are unique, and not every building will fit them. Location, physical condition, allowable uses, adequacy of access, and the opportunity for expansion or leasing should all be considered.

Conduct a feasibility study: Feasibility studies are a great way to stress test potential properties. Study your business’ market, the market(s) of your potential properties, and your own finances to determine how viable your options are, and how much margin for error you have.

Call the Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips: The Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips can advise and assist you every step of the way.

The Law Offices of Ken Mitchell-Phillips, P.C.

1217 NE Burnside Rd, Suite 801, Gresham, OR 97080


Brought to you by Rob Cook - Nancy's Floral - FLOWER INSIDER -

NANCY'S FLORAL - Rob CookIs there anything more intoxicating than the fragrant smell of freshly cut flowers? Before you answer that, take a look at our “Happy Hour” collection—available now at Nancy’s Floral!

It’s a great idea. We take a classic martini or margarita glass and fill it with brightly-colored blooms (and chocolate-covered fruit, depending on the item purchased). The result is a whimsical creation, beautiful to look at, to smell or to taste.

One of our best-selling arrangements is called “Here’s to 21.” An acrylic margarita glass is filled with a fresh fruit display, topped by pineapple slices in the shape of the number 21.

But don’t worry about it being too healthy. The strawberries, star-shaped pineapples and grape skewers are all dunked in a delicious chocolate confection with white drizzle on top. It’s a nice (and sober) way to celebrate a “legal adult’s” big day.

NANCY'S FLORAL - An intoxicating floral arrangement, available today at Nancy's Floral!Nancy’s Floral carries a variety of other “Happy Hour” options, each meant to mimic some of the most classic cocktail drinks around. Whether your drink of choice is an apple martini, blue Hawaiian, lemon drop, sangria, margarita or a cosmopolitan, Nancy’s Floral has a flowery concoction brewed just for you.

So don’t be a floral teetotaler—imbibe our flower displays today!

Nancy’s Floral

620 NE Burnside Rd, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 716-4971

Brought to you by Deb-ee Jones - Bridge City Medical Aesthetics - AESTHETIC INSIDER -

BRIDGE CITY MEDICAL AESTHETICS - Deb-ee Jones, RNAre you looking to improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles? Does your face or neck feel saggy and need a lift? Does the thought of invasive surgeries and their long recovery times scare you? Then let me tell you about the wonderful Ulthera system, which offers minimal downtime and impressive, noticeable results, all without surgery!

Ultherapy was approved in 2009 by the FDA to non-invasively lift the brow and tighten the skin of the upper lid. Utilizing the power of sound waves, Ultherapy stimulates the body’s own response to produce new collagen. Ultherapy incorporates ultrasound imaging, allowing for visualization of the different layers of the skin. With precise targeting of the dermis at two different depths, results from Ulthera will continue to stimulate improvement for up to 6 months after treatment!

Ultherapy is commonly used to treat the brow, jawline, lips, neck and décolleté. While some bruising and swelling may occur, most patients experience little to no downtime; often patients express that they feel an immediate, tighter result.

As a certified trainer for Ulthera, I have extensive experience with Ultherapy. I know the latest techniques to alleviate discomfort while still producing the most effective results. Schedule a comprehensive, complimentary consultation today!

Bridge City Medical Aesthetics

1410 NE 106th Ave, Portland, OR 97220

(971) 777-0303

Gresham's Sports

THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Eastsides Garrett Fernandes gets a lead off second base during the teams 7-5 loss to Medford in the opening round of the AAA legion state tournament. Fernandes went 5-for-5 in the game with four singles and a double.
July 29, 2016

Stranded runners costly in Barbers' loss

by David Ball
The Eastside team falls behind 5-0 and can't quite dig out of the hole AAA LEGION BASEBALLState tournament — First round Team Score Medford Mustangs7Eastside Barbers5 KEIZER — The Eastside Barbers struggled to find their way home Wednesday during…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Advanced Metals starter Dru Fitz fires a pitch on his way to three strikeouts through six innings on the mound.
July 29, 2016

Late rally not enough for Advanced Metals

by David Ball
The Gresham squad scores four in the sixth, but puts up zeroes across the other innings AAA LEGIONState tournament Team Score Corvallis Marketmen6Advanced Metals4 KEIZER — The weather was hot, but the bats were not for Advanced Metals during it's…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Dylan Doherty finds his way to the plate to start the scoring in the third inning Friday.
July 23, 2016

GreyWolves take series against Corvallis

by David Ball
Winning run walks home in the sixth inning WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLFriday, July 22 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves5Corvallis Knights3 The Gresham GreyWolves grew their lead in the South Division race with a 5-3 win over Corvallis to take the series…

July 22, 2016

Lee returns home to shape next generation

by Parker Lee
Since my first day as a sports reporter for the Outlook, Sandy Post and Estacada News, I figure I have written somewhere in the neighborhood of about 1,000 articles. This one has been the toughest to write, by far. When I loaded up the moving van…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Eastsides Brayden Bafaro slides in safely ahead of Advanced Metals third baseman Dru Fitz during the Barbers 5-2 win to claim the Area 2 AAA legion title Wednesday night.
July 21, 2016

Barbers win tiebreaker for a return to state

by David Ball
The Reynolds summer squad punches its ticket to Salem for the AAA legion tourney AAA LEGIONSummer baseball Team Score Eastside Barbers5Advanced Metals2 HILLSBORO — The Eastside Barbers scored a 5-2 win over Advanced Metals to advance to the AAA…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves starter Zach Robinson fires a throw to the plate, while Corvallis runner Zak Taylor takes off to steal second base.
July 22, 2016

Knights even series with GreyWolves

by David Ball
Gresham does all of its scoring in the seventh inning WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLThursday, July 21 Team Score Corvallis Knights7Gresham GreyWolves3 The Gresham GreyWolves failed to produce timely hits during a 7-3 loss to Corvallis on Thursday night.…
July 21, 2016

GreyWolves walk past Knights

by Parker Lee
Corvallis pitchers walk home four runs and issue 14 total base on balls to the GreyWolves A night after participating in Tuesday’s West Coast League All-Star Game, Gresham center fielder Ryan Smith had a little all-star flare left to flash. With two…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - Greshams Konnor Zickefoose fires a throw across the infield.
July 21, 2016

GreyWolves walk past Knights

by Parker Lee
Corvallis pitchers walk four runs home and issue 14 total walks to the GreyWolves WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, July 20 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves6Corvallis Knights4 A night after participating in Tuesday’s West Coast League All-Star Game,…
THE OUTLOOK: JOSH KULLA - Greshams Curtis Perrin prepares to make a throw after scooping up a grounder near second base.
July 20, 2016

GreyWolves win finale in heated series

by David Ball
Victoria's protest falls on deaf ears, Josh Adams responds with a home run WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLThursday, July 14 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves9Victoria Harbourcats6 The Gresham GreyWolves showed themselves to be a West Coast League playoff…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves coach Justin Barchus has Gresham in contention for a WCL playoff spot heading into the final weeks of the summer season.
July 20, 2016

Barchus Family Matters

by Parker Lee
GreyWolves head coach Justin Barchus and infielder Jordan Barchus strike a balance in their coach-player, brother-brother relationship Just a few weeks into the Gresham GreyWolves’ season, head coach Justin Barchus knew the team needed to make…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Cody Anderson fires a pitch during Advanced Metals 11-7 win over Rex Putnam on Saturday.
July 20, 2016

Advanced Metals takes two in league finale

by David Ball
The eastside summer squad earns a share of the area title AAA LEGIONSummer baseball Team Score Advanced Metals11Taylor Electric7 MILWAUKIE — The Advanced Metals AAA legion baseball team kept knocking the ball to the outfield fence to power past…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Ben Klenke connected on a two-run double for the teams only hit in a six-run, eighth inning Friday.
July 16, 2016

GreyWolves erupt in 8th at Volcanoes Stadium

by David Ball
Gresham rallies past the Perth Heat in an exhibition game in Salem WEST COAST LEAGUEExhibition game — Friday, July 15 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves11Perth Heat, Australia9 The Gresham GreyWolves kept their strong second half moving with an 11-9…
July 14, 2016

What you need to know about Turner and Ezeli

by Kerry Eggers
Evan Turner’s four-year, $70 million contract is the second-most lucrative in Portland history behind that of teammate Damian Lillard (five years, $139 million). Brandon Roy made $68.7 million on a deal that covered four years (2011-15). LaMarcus…
THE OUTLOOK: JOSH KULLA - Mark Cardinalli slaps hands with Matt Karo after coming in to score for a brief 2-0 GreyWolves lead in the second inning.
July 14, 2016

HarbourCats split first two with Gresham

by Parker Lee
WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, July 13 Team Score Victoria Harbourcats12Gresham GreyWolves4 The Gresham GreyWolves started the second half of the West Coast League summer season hotter than anyone, winning six of their first seven games, but…
July 14, 2016

HarbourCats slash Gresham

by Parker Lee
The GreyWolves allow five unearned runs and leave 13 runners on base in blowout loss The Gresham GreyWolves started the second half of the West Coast League summer season hotter than anyone, winning six of their first seven games, but the Victoria…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - Members of the 1971 team met for a reunion last weekend at Gresham Golf Course - from left, Jill Mickeleit-Barnett, Katherine Young-Robyn, coach Mike Galloway, Joyce Bush-Allen and Paula Nelson-Rice.
July 14, 2016

Where are they now? 1971 Reynolds girls golf

by Parker Lee
Where Are They Now?Summer series Team Score 1971 Reynolds girls golf team0 To say the first girls golf team in Reynolds High history was inexperienced when it started out in 1969 would be more than generous. “We didn’t know what we were doing,”…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Sam Crouser returned home to entertain the Hayward Field crowd once more, finishing fourth in the javelin and gaining a spot on Team USA.
July 09, 2016

Sam Crouser claims Olympic javelin spot

by Howie Stalwick
EUGENE -- American javelin throwers like Cyrus Hostetler and Sam Crouser earn little respect outside the United States. It’s difficult for Hostetler and Crouser to protest too loudly, since the 18 leading javelin throwers in the world are…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Ryan Crouser celebrates his triumph in the shot put and Olympic team berth.
July 09, 2016

Ryan Crouser, Galen Rupp share center stage

by Kerry Eggers
EUGENE — The Mt. Hood Conference couldn’t have been better-represented during Friday’s opening day of the U.S. Olympic track and field trials before a sun-splashed Hayward Field throng of 20,897. Two champions were crowned, and both were Portlanders…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Ryan Smith made a team-high seven catches in center field during the GreyWolves 3-1 win in Kelowna on Friday.
July 09, 2016

GreyWolves claim season's first sweep

by David Ball
Gresham takes three from Kelowna to begin the second half of the WCL schedule WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLFriday, July 8 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves3Kelowna Falcons1 The Gresham GreyWolves scored its first series sweep of the season last week in…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Meadow McWhorter talks with Tiara Champ before an at-bat during Mt. Hoods run to the Northwest tournament title in May.
July 12, 2016

McWhorter makes move to the Big Sky

by David Ball
Mt. Hood CC's championship coach fills the head softball vacancy at Portland State Meadow McWhorter is jumping on board with Portland State for what she hopes is a long voyage with the Vikings' softball program. McWhorter established a perennial…
July 08, 2016

GreyWolves on verge of a series sweep

by David Ball
Rilyn Lewchuk improves to 3-0 on the mound WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLThursday, July 7 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves6Kelowna Falcons4The Gresham GreyWolves turned away a two-out rally in the ninth inning to defeat Kelowna 6-4 on Thursday night.…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Gresham coach Justin Barchus waits at third for the arrival of Ryan Rodriguez, who connected for two hits, including a double Wednesday night against Kelowna.
July 06, 2016

Gresham opens second half with a win

by David Ball
WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, July 6 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves3Kelowna Falcons2 The Gresham GreyWolves started the second half of the West Coast League season in the right foot with a 3-2 road win in Kelowna on Wednesday night. GreyWolves…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - GreyWolves pitcher Gabe Benavides fires a throw to the plate during Sunday nights 5-3 loss to Walla Walla in a series opener.
July 03, 2016

Gloves betray GreyWolves

by Parker Lee
Walla Walla scores two unearned runs on three Gresham errors in Sunday's series opener WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLSunday, July 3 Team Score Walla Walla Sweets5Gresham GreyWolves3 GreyWolves left-hander Gabe Benavides limited the Walla Walla Sweets to…
July 02, 2016

Ryan Crouser ready for shot at Rio Olympics

by Kerry Eggers
There’s no better indication of Ryan Crouser’s readiness for the U.S. Olympic trials than his performance Sunday during a qualifying meet at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. The former Barlow High standout threw the shot…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Sam Crouser won two NCAA javelin titles while an Oregon Duck.
July 02, 2016

Despite injury, Sam Crouser takes javelin aim at U.S. Olympic team

by Kerry Eggers
There is an element of both good and bad to Sam Crouser’s bid for a berth on the U.S. Olympic team that will compete at Rio de Janeiro in August. The good part is the national prep javelin record-holder out of Gresham High holds one of three Olympic…

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CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Gresham High graduate Ryan Jacobs zeroes in on a target. He finishes second in the three-position event at last weeks U.S. Nationals.
Jul 02, 2016

Jacobs secures spot on Team USA rifle squad

by David Ball
The Gresham High graduate takes second at the U.S. Nationals meet Gresham High graduate Ryan Jacobs, a junior at the Air Force Academy, earned his red, white and blue jacket picking up a spot on…
PHOTO COURTESY: THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA - Barlow High graduate Nick Thorne finished 18th in his opening event, the 400 medley, at the U.S. Olympic swim trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
Jul 02, 2016

Thorne dives into his first U.S. swim trials

by David Ball
The water was still blue and the goggles were still snug, but something was different when Nick Thorne stepped onto the starting blocks for his first appearance at the U.S. Olympic swim trials…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves manager Justin Barchus keeps his eye on the action. Gresham is tied for third place in the South Division heading into the weekend.
Jul 01, 2016

GreyWolves start series in Kitsap with a win

by David Ball
Konnor Zickefoose delivers the winning runs in a pinch-hit appearance WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, June 29 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves4Kitsap Bluejackets1 The Kitsap Bluejackets went…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Centennials Trevor Thornton lays out to try and block a point-after attempt. The South won the all-star game 16-14.
Jul 09, 2016

Kicker delivers win for South

by David Ball
LES SCHWAB BOWLAll-star football Team Score South16North14 HILLSBORO — The South all-stars relied on their no-so-secret weapon to score a 16-14 win in Saturday’s Les Schwab Bowl football game.…
Jun 25, 2016

AppleSox drop GreyWolves again

by Parker Lee
Wenatchee scores five two-out runs in the sixth inning on its way to taking Game 2 of the three-game set Gresham GreyWolves starter David Wallum had tip-toed around trouble all night. He allowed…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Corbett High junior Rhiley Fritz was a main player in soccer, basketball and track for the Cardinals in 2015-16.
Jun 30, 2016

Fritz brings a fire to the arena

by David Ball
Corbett High junior Rhiley Fritz was about to take the biggest shot of her life when she stepped onto the basketball court and stood next to Michael Jordan — the Hall-of-Fame, six-time NBA…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - Jeffrey Mitchell Jr. makes a diving attempt to get in front of a ball in the outfield.
Jun 20, 2016

Ninth inning is kind to GreyWolves

by Parker Lee
Gresham rallies for six runs in the bottom of the ninth to shock Kelowna WEST COAST LEAGUESaturday, June 18 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves6Kelowna5 The Gresham GreyWolves notched their most…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves shortstop Michael Breen leans in to apply the tag on Kelownas Lane Lacrone during Fridays 3-2 home win.
Jun 18, 2016

GreyWolves steal home for the win

by David Ball
Gresham emerges over Kelowna in a 12-inning thriller WEST COAST LEAGUEFriday, June 17 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves3Kelowna Falcons ... 12 innings2 The Gresham GreyWolves had stranded 15 runners…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: TAL VOLK - Liam Ridgewell attempts to score for the Portland Timbers.
Jun 16, 2016

Timbers nearly perfect

by Nathanael Meadowcroft
Things could not have gone much better for the Portland Timbers on Tuesday night. Behind a youthful attack and a near-perfect defensive effort, they defeated the San Jose Earthquakes 2-0 before…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Mike Barrett (left) and Mike Rice wont be back behind the mike as Trail Blazers broadcasters.
Jun 16, 2016

A dark day for Blazers; now, what's next?

by Kerry Eggers
After Wednesday’s somewhat stunning palace coup of the broadcasting team of the Trail Blazers, what next? And why? Let’s address the latter first. Television play-by-play man Mike Barrett and…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Drew Curtis went 3-for-9 at the plate during the first two games of a road trip in Victoria, B.C.
Jun 17, 2016

GreyWolves drop first two in Victoria

by David Ball
WEST COAST LEAGUEWednesday, June 15 Team Score Victoria Harbourcats9Gresham GreyWolves5 The Gresham GreyWolves caught fire in the late innings, but it was too late to erase a big early deficit…
PAMPLIN MEDIA: CHRIS ONSTOTT - Barlow High basketball coach Tom Johnson was honored for outstanding sportsmanship at the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association banquet last month.
Jun 18, 2016

Johnson honored with sportsmanship award

by David Ball
Barlow High boys basketball coach Tom Johnson is among Oregon’s leaders when it comes to all-time wins, but last month he was honored for something far beyond victories when he received the…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Jordan Barchus returns to the dugout with the handle of a broken bat after scoring on Ty Wyatts grounder through the right side for the teams first run.
Jun 11, 2016

Pippins erupt in the seventh inning

by David Ball
Yakima Valley scores seven runs in the last three innings to beat Gresham 9-3 WEST COAST LEAGUEFriday, June 10 Team Score Yakima Valley9Gresham3 The Gresham GreyWolves held the upper hand most…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Ryan Smith went 1 for 5 at the plate and scored a run in Thursdays 4-3 loss to Yakima Valley.
Jun 10, 2016

Promising rally comes up short

by David Ball
GreyWolves leave the winning run at second base in 4-3 loss to Yakima Valley WEST COAST LEAGUEThursday, June 9 Team Score Yakima Valley Pippins4Gresham GreyWolves3 The Gresham GreyWolves took a…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Ryan Rodriguez turns to the dugout after coming home with the teams first run in the fourth inning Wednesday night.
Jun 08, 2016

GreyWolves rally comes up one hit short

by David Ball
Gresham suffers a 7-5 loss to Cowlitz in the series finale WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLWednesday, June 8 Team Score Cowlitz7Gresham5 The Gresham GreyWolves struggled to get started Wednesday night…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - GreyWolves starter Andrew Heideman scattered six hits through eight innings during the teams 3-1 home win over Cowlitz on Tuesday night.
Jun 07, 2016

GreyWolves halt Cowlitz to stay perfect

by Parker Lee
Gresham starter Andrew Heideman goes eight innings to lead the GreyWolves to their fourth straight win to opan their first season WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALLTuesday, June 7 Team Score Gresham…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - GreyWolves left fielder Jeffrey Mitchell hit 4-for-5, bringing in the winning run with a bases-loaded single in the sixth inning.
Jun 07, 2016

GreyWolves claim West Coast opener

by David Ball
Cowlitz suffers its first loss of the summer WEST COAST LEAGUEMonday, June 6 Team Score Gresham GreyWolves9Cowlitz Black Bears4 The Cowlitz Black Bears had their eyes on maintaining a perfect…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - More than 500 fans turned out to take in Opening Night with the Gresham GreyWolves, which ended in a 4-2 win over Thurston County.
Jun 06, 2016

Break out the growls and CrackerJacks

by Parker Lee
It was a night filled with water balloons, licorice ropes and a good share of howling, as Gresham welcomed its newest team to town Friday night at Oslund Field. A long line of ticket buyers…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Greshams Marc Mumper supplied a two-run double as part of the teams six-run burst in the third inning.
Jun 04, 2016

Curtis hits a homer to power GreyWolves rally

by David Ball
Gresham completes a sweep over Thurston County with a 9-2 win Saturday. WCL BASEBALLNonleague game Team Score Gresham GreyWolves9Thurston County Senators2 The Gresham GreyWolves finished off a…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Gresham's Marc Mumper attempts to slide in during the team's fourth-inning rally. He was tagged out on the play, but not before the GreyWolves had built an early 4-0 lead.
Jun 04, 2016

GreyWolves greet Gresham with a win

by David Ball
WEST COAST LEAGUEBaseball Team Score Gresham GreyWolves4Thurston County Senators2 It was a night packed with licorice ropes, a water balloon toss and a victory, as the Gresham GreyWolves scored…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - Gresham GreyWolves coach Justin Barchus addressed his team for the first time during Wednesdays practice session.
Jun 04, 2016

GreyWolves seeking unity early in season

by Parker Lee
In most cases, baseball teams two days away from opening day will discuss topics such as hit-and-run situations or pitching matchups. With their first game about 48 hours away, the Gresham…
PAMPLIN MEDIA: JAIME VALDEZ - Drew Eubanks will join Beavers teammate Stevie Thompson Jr., as part of a Pac-12 all-star team on a tour through Austrailia this summer.
Jun 01, 2016

Eubanks headed overseas for summer

by Kerry Eggers
CORVALLIS — At Oregon State, life without Gary Payton II began on March 19, the day after a 75-67 loss to Virginia Commonwealth in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Payton II was OSU’s…
SANDY POST: PARKER LEE - Mt. Hoods Mitchell Rose accepts the teams South Region championship trophy before their quarterfinal loss to Pierce in Thursdays NWAC tournament.
Jun 01, 2016

Gloves betray Mt. Hood in opener

by Parker Lee
NWAC BASEBALLQuarterfinals Team Score Pierce10Mt. Hood CC2 One nightmare inning delivered a major blow to the Mt. Hood Saints’ hopes at a title run before that run ever really got started. Mt.…
THE OUTLOOK: PARKER LEE - The GreyWolves are ready to play their first game in franchise history Friday night at Oslund Field.
Jun 01, 2016

GreyWolves ready for first pitch

by David Ball
The Gresham GreyWolves are ready to throw out the first pitch in franchise history when they take to Oslund Field at Mt. Hood CC on Friday night to open the 2016 summer baseball season. The…
THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Barlows Katie Ostgarden looks to out run an infield hit during Mondays 1-0 playoff win over Roosevelt.
Jun 01, 2016

Bruins post shutout during opening round

by David Ball
6A SOFTBALLFirst-round playoff Team Score Barlow1Roosevelt0 DELTA PARK — Third base had been swallowing up runners all day, but Barlow’s Nisha Khatewoda escaped that fate in the late stages of…