Titles for two Tigers

Titles for two Tigers

Braden Lenzy and Lauren Paven each win in the 400-meter dash at the Class 6A state meet EUGENE...

Cuthbertson, Moran make the big throws

Cuthbertson, Moran make the big throws

The Lady Bowmen pair win Class 6A state meet gold EUGENE — For Payge Cuthbertson, it was her...

Motivated Moreland jumps to state title

Motivated Moreland jumps to state title

Tualatin girls step up at the Class 6A state championships EUGENE — Friday's long jump...

Westside's Curtis runs to state gold

Westside's Curtis runs to state gold

Eagles have strong performances at the Class 3A meet EUGENE — Emily Curtis wanted to run her...

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Brought to you by Marcie Jones - Gentog - SENIOR DAYTIME RESPITE CARE INSIDER -


GENTOG - Marcie JonesProviding care to your spouse is an act of love and sacrifice. It does not, however, need to be 24 hours per day, every day, to be a true act of love. You can—and should—find time to replenish your soul.

If you never take time for you, there will be nothing left of you to give. Your tenderness, your kindness and your love will begin to lose the battle to impatience and resentment. Without intending to, you’ll stop providing loving care and begin to feel burdened. And he will sense that. Neither of you will be happy.

Finding an alternative for even a few hours a week will make a difference. Studies show that caregivers need at LEAST four hours per week to do something that they enjoy—that will truly replenish their spirit—in order to stay healthy. So how can you find that time? Get creative!

Start with family. Ask your children to come visit Dad so you can get away for a few hours. They might surprise you and say yes!

Ask your friends. Maybe your best friend’s husband would enjoy visiting with your husband while the two of you go to a movie.

Find a professional. In-home care agencies abound. Find one that you trust and make arrangements for a regular caregiver to come in and allow you to go out.

Find an adult day program. While you enjoy your time out, your spouse can actually enjoy making new friends, participating in meaningful activities, exercising and lunching with pals. Imagine that—BOTH of you could enjoy a few hours apart. Imagine how pleasant the evening could be after a day like that.

If you’re looking for a great place for your loved one to spend time while you take time for you…check out the program at Gentog. We’re here for you!

Gentog

11535 SW Durham Rd #C5, Tigard, OR 97224

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Brought to you by Nancy Felton, Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum - Cemetery INSIDER -


Nancy Felton, Crescent Grove Cemetery & MausoleumThis year in Tigard, Memorial Day will be recognized May 30 at 11 a.m. by the American Legion Post 158 at Crescent Grove Cemetery, 9925 S.W. Greenburg Road.

There will be a Veteran’s Color Guard and bagpipe music from the Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Pipe Band. An Avenue of Flags will be displayed all weekend.

Weather permitting, there will be an F-15 flyover.

The origins of Memorial Day trace back to May 1868, in the wake of the Civil War, to honor the many war dead across the nation. The 30th of May was designated as “Decoration Day,” for the purpose of strewing veterans’ graves with flowers – union and confederate soldiers alike.

In May 1966, President Lyndon Johnson declared Waterloo, N.Y., the birthplace of Memorial Day. In 1971, Congress declared the last Monday in May a national holiday to honor any Americans who died fighting in any war.

A 1915 poem by John McCrae, “In Flanders Fields,” lauded poppies as a symbol of remembrance to the war dead. By 1922, the poppy had become the symbol of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in America, Britain, France, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Please join us at Crescent Grove Cemetery for a day of remembrance and to honor the men and women who gave their lives for our country.

Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum

9925 SW Greenburg Rd.

Tigard, OR  97223

(503) 639-5347

www.crescentgrovecemetery.com

Brought to you by Griffin Hampson - Cartridge-Network - PRINTER, INK & TONER INSIDER -


CARTRIDGE-NETWORK - Griffin HampsonAny inkjet printer with four or more “tank” ink cartridges has a separate printhead. Cartridges lock into the printer’s carriage feeding ink to the printhead.

This differs from the two-cartridge system; a black and a tri-color cartridge, where the printhead is a physical component of each cartridge.

Guess what? Tank-style printheads clog up. Lots of use, little use or general use. They clog up.

So, all Brother, Epson, Canon and HP printers with four or more cartridges have a printhead which needs to be cleaned periodically.

At Cartridge Network’s store we ask customers purchasing tank-style cartridges if they clean their printer’s printheads. Maybe 15 percent say they do. Ten percent know about it but don’t and 75 percent look at us as if we’re nuts.

We go over a handout with short instructions for each type of printer and give it to them. Come in or call us for a copy.

One can clean the printhead directly from the printer or from one’s computer. A test page is the first step indicating if all the nozzles are printing correctly or clogged. If clogged, do a “deep clean.” If they are severely clogged, you may have to repeat the process many times.

If they become too clogged you will be looking for a new printer. Really? We recycle several printers daily which are old or have clogged printheads. We probably have a good new printer waiting for you.

Why do we go to these lengths explaining printhead clearing? Because so many people come in with print quality samples or their actual printers. Most are astonished by the process. So easy. Once they’re aware and clean periodically, everyone’s life is easier.

Yes, you will use a little ink, but doing so sure beats having a poor print when you are actually trying to print something.

As a full-service independent, non-franchise operation located in Raleigh Hills, on the Portland – Beaverton border, Cartridge Network sells and services printers and copiers. “We stock several dozen different printer models (inkjet and laser) and copiers too. We focus on a buyer’s needs and then explore alternatives to best meet their needs.” We stock several thousand different cartridges. Shipping is free.

Cartridge-Network

6800 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Portland, OR 97225

(503) 246-0665

www.cartridge-network.com

Brought to you by Dr. Scott Johnson - Oregon Hearing Solutions - HEARING CARE INSIDER -


OREGON HEARING SOLUTIONS - Dr. Scott JohnsonThe repercussions of poor decision-making reverberate far longer than our actions. This can be especially hard for younger folks to understand.

This message hits home after learning that Brian Johnson, lead singer of iconic rock-and-roll group AC/DC, can no longer perform with his band.

Johnson recently told CNN that he risked “total deafness” if he continued to perform in large stadiums and arenas. In a statement, he said that he already has difficulty hearing the guitars and other musicians on stage.

Johnson called his new diagnosis his “darkest day.” It’s a poignant reminder that we often don’t appreciate what we have until it’s gone.

The culprit? Sensorineural hearing loss. Damage to the inner ear caused by overexposure to loud noises is usually permanent and cannot be repaired, either by surgery or medication. But, like all forms of noise-induced hearing loss, it is entirely preventable.

Preventing sensorineural hearing loss costs as little as a pair of foam ear plugs. If you or a loved one are routinely exposed to constant loud noise over 85 decibels (about as loud as a vacuum cleaner), make sure to dampen those sounds or leave the area.

The good news? If you have already been diagnosed or suspect you may suffer from noise-induced hearing loss, there are excellent options and technology available to help you regain the sounds you’ve been missing. Give us a call to learn more about sensorineural hearing loss, how it can be prevented, or what to do after being diagnosed.

Oregon Hearing Solutions

21323 SW Sherwood Blvd, Sherwood, Oregon 97140

(503) 625-4111

www.oregonhearing.com

Brought to you by Marissa Phillips, ComForCare Home Care - In-home care INSIDER -


Marissa Phillips, ComForCare Home CareQ: We’re hoping to go on a one- or two-week vacation this summer for the first time in ages, but we’re very concerned about leaving my mother without proper care. Is respite care from a company such as yours a possibility?

A: Absolutely!

Our staff will come and do an assessment to make sure we can meet your mom’s needs.

The RN will create a care plan specific to her and we will identify the staff we feel will be a good fit with her situation. You are welcome to meet the caregiver at your home or at our office and ask questions.

We have one family that calls us every summer to stay with Mom while the family goes camping in the wilderness for a week.

It’s been wonderful for all of them, including Mom.

Q: What services are provided for longer-term respite care?

A: Every case is different, we can start out slow and go to full 24/7 care if needed.

We provide care for one family that has a private caregiver and we fill in on their vacation/sick time. We have other families that live out of the country.

Care Management is one of our specialties. We take clients to doctor’s appointments, assist at the hospital and help manage the care needs once they are discharged.

Recently a family member texted me, saying, “Thanks for doing this, it’s the first time in 5 years I haven’t had to put my family on the back burner when my brother got sick.”

ComForCare Home Care

10580 SW McDonald St., Ste. 202

Tigard OR 97224

971-801-7606

comforcare.com/Oregon/greaterpw

Brought to you by Dr. Quenton Gebeau, Q Family Dental - Family Dentistry INSIDER -


Dr. Quenton Gebeau, Q Family DentalDo you struggle with crooked teeth, gaps between teeth, or do you lack the confidence you deserve because you are unhappy with your smile?  Imagine straightening your teeth in a few months without needing braces! 

With Invisalign, a series of clear, removable aligners are worn over the course of a few months — for approximately two weeks each — slowly working towards ideal alignment.  

Benefits include:

Improved Function — Biting forces are balanced and teeth wear at a more normal rate

Improved Hygiene — Straighter teeth are easier to keep clean

Improved Esthetics — Straight teeth help make beautiful smiles

Invisalign often takes less time than traditional braces because of fewer visits during treatment. Usually the cost is less than braces.

Once we confirm the patient is doing well with treatment, we see the patient every two months for progress checks. Treatment can last from two months to 24 months, depending on your needs.  In certain situations, traditional orthodontics (braces) may be the best option.

 

Invisalign helps maintain good oral hygiene during treatment, allowing you to brush and floss normally without the headache of wires and brackets being in the way.  

Many people have an orthodontic benefit included in their dental insurance. We also offer payment options.  

Straight teeth and an ideal smile are closer than you think!  Call us today for a free consultation and insurance benefit check.

Q Family Dental

9370 SW Greenburg Rd., Tigard OR 97223

971-202-7244

qfamilydental.com/

Brought to you by Linda Elder, Woodland Heights Assisted Living Residence - Assisted Living INSIDER -


Linda Elder, Woodland Heights Assisted Living ResidenceReducing your possessions is often one of the most challenging aspects of deciding to move to an assisted community. It can seem overwhelming and provoke anxiety and sometimes sadness. There are a lot of memories in your home.

Think about the things that are most important to you – either because you will need them or just because you enjoy them.

In most assisted living communities, you will not be cooking. Think about that beautiful 12-piece bone china set or the sterling silver you have not used for years. If they are family pieces, perhaps a relative or close friend would treasure them for you.

Keep your favorite photos and artwork. Keep your family albums. Keep your coffee pot and toaster and a few plates, utensils and glasses. Many stores sell small sets of service for 4 which are perfect for your new setting. You won’t need your vacuum or other small appliances. Consider buying yourself a few new towels to spruce up your new apartment. If you have large sofas and dressers, consider a garage sale and use the funds to purchase smaller chairs or recliners that don’t take up as much space.

If you are thinking of moving in the near future, start now to talk with family and reduce unnecessary items. You’ll be helping yourself toward a much easier move.

Woodland Heights Assisted Living Residence

9355 SW McDonald St., Tigard 97224

503-684-9696

www.WoodlandHeightsAssistedLiving.com

Brought to you by Dr. Daniel Beebe - Beebe Chiropractic & Wellness Center - Chiropractic care INSIDER -


Dr. Daniel Beebe, Beebe ChiropracticIt isn’t just an old wives’ tale: Summer is the season when most babies are born, with August ranking as the primary month for births in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control’s National Center for Health Statistics.

For a healthy pregnancy, chiropractic care should be strongly considered. For those who are in discomfort or pain, chiropractic care can be extremely helpful.

Chiropractic is very safe during pregnancy. There are no contraindications against it, according to a New Zealand study by J.M. Fallon with the International Chiropractic Association.

In addition to its safety and effectiveness, chiropractic can significantly reduce time spent in labor. The Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics reports:

· With chiropractic care, first-time mothers have a 25 percent decrease in labor time.

· Subsequent pregnancies have a 33 percent decrease in labor time.

· Women who experience back pain during pregnancy find relief from chiropractic care in 85 percent of cases and the treatment can dramatically reduce back labor.

Subluxation (when bones such as vertebrae move and create pressure on nerves) often occurs to mothers during gestation. It’s easy to see postural changes through pregnancy – the center of gravity changes, the weight of the baby places increased pressure on the spine and pelvis, and towards the end of the pregnancy, changes are seen in gait pattern (often called the “waddle”).

Chiropractic treatment during pregnancy may include handwork or dropleaf tables, always with the mother’s comfort in mind.

Beebe Chiropractic & Wellness Center

13500 SW 72nd Ave.

503-620-1280

Tigard, Oregon 97223

beebechiro.com/

Brought to you by Jarod Cogswell, FIT Academy - FITNESS INSIDER -


Jarod Cogswell, FIT AcademyDid you know that there are more people at the gym struggling with the same life challenges ... body image, depression, low self-esteem and other negative energy vampires? And believe it or not, even the fitness fanatics that look physically amazing are trapped by self-destructive emotions.

The truth is that fitness benefits contain much more than simply the physical rewards. Exercise gives us confidence, a sense of self-worth, pride and the list of positives for a happy life are in the thousands.

After 20-plus years of doing what I can to help change lives through fitness, I can honestly tell you that it doesn't matter what you look like. What matters is how you feel.

I’ve experienced quite a few people coming into the gym setting with a cloud of darkness above them and I always say, "Let's put a smile on your face and the body will follow."

Recently I asked random FIT Academy members what life lessons consistent exercise has given them.

Answers included:

“Don’t give up before the ‘miracles’ happen”

“Comparison is the thief of joy”

“Discomfort brings me growth”

“Never cheat yourself of the gift you have been given”

“I CAN!”

The other benefit of fitness? Friends. Support. Love. Hanging around like-minded people with similar challenges is motivating and inspiring. Connect with the right people, get results physically, mentally and spiritually.

Start transforming your life today. Don't wait. You get one shot. Make it count.

FIT Academy

9140 SW Hall Blvd.

Beaverton, OR 97223

971-371-3666

Fitacademyinc.com

Brought to you by Norm Matheis, Specialty Heating and Cooling - Heating and Cooling INSIDER -


SPECIALTY HEATING AND COOLING - Norm MatheisThe Portland area has had hotter-than-usual weather in recent years, making home cooling systems seem less like a luxury and more of a necessity. Here’s a look at the different types of Carrier products we install:

Heat Pumps provide both heating and cooling, so their efficiency is measured with two distinct ratings. In cooling mode, heat pumps receive a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio or SEER number. SEER is like gas mileage. The higher the gas mileage of SEER, the more efficient the automobile or system is. Most new heat pumps rate between 13.0 and 19.0 SEER.

Central Air Conditioners — While A/C units may look the same on the outside, some are quieter and more efficient than others, others are earth-friendly and save you money. The Carrier Infinity 21 has a 70 DBA sound rating, about the same as a new refrigerator. Higher SEER and EER numbers save you more money. If your air conditioner is old, more than likely it is operating an 8-10 SEER. According to Carrier, for every $100 spent using a 10.0 SEER air conditioner, a 21.0 SEER (the highest efficiency offered by Carrier) should cost you approximately $48.

Ductless systems, also known as ductless heat pumps, use a small, quiet outdoor unit and one to eight separate indoor units. They are mounted on walls or recessed into ceilings and operate by remote control. They are a great choice for hard-to-cool areas such as bonus rooms, family rooms and converted attics.

Specialty Heating & Cooling

7500 SW Tech Center Drive, Suite 130, Tigard, OR 97223

(503) 946-6396

www.specialtyheating.com/

Brought to you by Kurt and Sylvia Doctor, Foot Solutions - ARCH SUPPORT & FOOTWEAR INSIDER -


FOOT SOLUTIONS - Sylvia Doctor

Ask the Pedorthist: Board-certified Pedorthist Sylvia Neal Doctor, staff Pedorthist at Foot Solutions in Tigard, answers questions about foot health from people who want to maintain an active lifestyle, even when Mother Nature does not cooperate. Have a question? E-mail Sylvia at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Q: My doctor has suggested walking as a good exercise for me. I’ve started walking every day now that the weather is turning nice again, but my knees are killing me after only a few short walks. Can you help? — J.R. Newberg

A: Kudos to you, J.R., for being motivated to get up, get out and get moving.

We specialize in helping people who want to exercise, but run into aches and pains that hold them back.

At Foot Solutions, we are trained to understand how feet work, the kinds of things that can go wrong with them and what to do about it. We’ll begin by measuring and scanning your feet and watching you walk. (There is no charge for this evaluation).

Based on the results we observe, and what we learn by asking a few questions, we’ll suggest shoes of the proper size and width and explain the potential benefits you can achieve with arch supports.

Please call (503) 624-6400 to schedule an appointment and learn more about how arch supports can help relieve pain and keep you active.

Foot Solutions

16200 SW Pacific Highway, Ste. G-2

Tigard, OR 97224

503-624-6400

footsolutions.com/tigard

Brought to you by Nancy Felton, Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum - CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM INSIDER -


CRESCENT GROVE CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM - Nancy FeltonNo one relishes thoughts of their own death, or the death of someone they love, but responsible adults understand the need to make plans for the future — even the part without us in it.

Here are five reasons to prearrange your final arrangements today.

Relieve their burden. The passing of a loved one is an emotional, heart-wrenching period for all involved. The last thing your family and friends need is to make these decisions for you. This can be prevented by taking care of the details yourself.

Stop the guessing. Don’t ask your family to play detective. If you do not prearrange your services, your loved ones can’t be sure they’ve honored your last requests.

Ensure quality. Every cemetery and funeral home is different. Researching options now will help you find the location and setting that will fulfill your needs.

Make it personal. Many spell out exactly what songs, prayers, poems (even jokes) they want shared at their service.  At the end of the day, it’s your service—and it should be conducted your way.

Save money. Preplanning your cemetery arrangements makes sense, It also price-guarantees the fees at today's costs.

Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum is Tigard’s only nonprofit, non-denominational cemetery. Call, click or visit us today for more information on prearrangement at one of the oldest cemeteries in Oregon.

Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum

9925 SW Greenburg Rd.

Tigard, OR  97223

(503) 639-5347

www.crescentgrovecemetery.com


Tigard's Sports

TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Westview senior rightfielder Donovan Baldocchi and the Wildcat baseball team celebrate Rey Gonzalez's game-winning run against West Salem in the Class 6A quarterfinals on Friday.
May 28, 2016

Check out our best high school baseball and softball photos from May 27

by Miles Vance
Powerful pitching. Clutch hitting. Game-saving defensive plays and wild celebrations. Welcome to the playoffs. Friday's high school aseball and softball playoff games had all that and more. So what did we do? The sports editors, reporters and…
TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Jesuit  second baseman Griffin Brandt loses the ball on a steal by McMinnville's Kade Mechals during Jesuit's 7-1 victory in the Class 6A state quarterfinals at Jesuit High School on Friday.
May 27, 2016

High school playoff baseball and softball scores are here for May 27

by Miles Vance
The biggest, the best, the most important. Friday's baseball and softball playoff games — all of them state quarterfinals — were all that and more as the state's best teams battled through the biggest games and edged ever closer to the ultimate…
TIMES PHOTO: DAN BROOD - Tigard High School sophomore Lauren Paven looks up at the scoreboard after winning a state title in the 400-meter dash on Saturday.
May 26, 2016

Check out this huge collection of Pamplin Media Group's state track stories

by Miles Vance
Some newspapers might tell you that one or two state track stories is good enough. Some might give you even three or four. But for us here at Pamplin Media Group, that sounds just wrong. We sent our team of reporters down to Hayward Field on the…


DAN BROOD - Sherwood High School seniors Erica Lee (left) and Allison Schwarm reached the quarterfinal round in girls doubles play at the Class 6A state tournament.
May 26, 2016

Tennis players shine at state

by Dan Brood
All the local entrants score at least one victory BEAVERTON — Success. Every single local entrant, from Tualatin and Sherwood, got to experience some — in the form of victory — at the Class 6A state tennis tournament. Tualatin freshman Jensen Barnes…
DAN BROOD - Horizon Christian seniors Robbie Cain (left) and Matthew Leong look up at the scoreboard at Hayward Field following the 4 x 100 relay.
May 26, 2016

Hawks run strong at 3A state meet

by Dan Brood
Horizon Christian turns in some strong performances EUGENE — It didn't matter if they were a first-year competitor, or a fourth-year competitor. They got together, ran fast, and had fun. And, on Friday they got to do it one last time. The Horizon…
May 26, 2016

Tigers rally to win wild playoff game

by Jonathan Gordon
Tigard scores five in the 10th to beat Sunset 11-10 TIGARD — In a game this wild, no lead was safe. The Tigard and Sunset high school softball teams both found that out the hard way. In their Class 6A state playoff first-round game, the Tigers held…
May 26, 2016

Wolves shut down in loss to Reynolds

by The Times
Tualatin falls 4-0 in the Class 6A state playoff tilt FAIRVIEW — They tried. They battled. But they just couldn't get their offense going. The Tualatin Timberwolves saw their season come to a close with a 4-0 loss to Reynolds in a Class 6A baseball…
May 26, 2016

Tualatin tipped in 6A playoff opener

by The Times
The defending champs fall 4-1 to McMinnville TUALATIN — Unfortunately for the Tualatin High School softball team, there's going to be a new Class 6A state champion this year. The Timberwolves, attempting to win back-to-back state crowns, saw their…
DAN BROOD - Sherwood senior Cameron Clem sprints to third base in the first inning of Monday's Class 6A state playoff game.
May 24, 2016

Bowmen answer back, win big

by Dan Brood
Sherwood advances with 9-3 win over South Salem SHERWOOD — Boom. Just that quick, the Bowmen were behind. Smack. Even quicker, they were behind by even more. But, that didn't seem to bother the Sherwood High School baseball team at. The Bowmen…
(Image is Clickable Link) TIGARD TIMES - May 26, 2016
May 24, 2016

Tigard Tigers - Athletes of the Week - May 26, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Lexi O'Neal and Carson Padbury of Tigard High School for being selected as the Tigard Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community service sponsored by Tigard Orthopedic and Fracture Clinic.
(Image is Clickable Link) TUALATIN TIMES - May 26, 2016
May 24, 2016

Tualatin Timberwolves - Athletes of the Week - May 26, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Davis Loen and Jensen Barnes of Tualatin High School for being selected as the Tualatin Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community service sponsored by Oregon Eye Physicians and Surgeons.
TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Jesuit's Lena Colson runs to fourth place in the girls 200-meter dash at the Class 6A state track and field meet at Hayward Field in Eugene on Saturday.
May 23, 2016

Jesuit girls win Metro League rematch at state track

by Miles Vance
Other winners listed from Class 6A girls state track The Metro League's best girls track and field teams turned out to be pretty good at the state level, too. OK, “pretty good” is a mass understatement — the Metro's best, as in Jesuit and Sunset —…
TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Jesuit's Julian Body clears a hurdle during his win in the 110-meter high hurdles at the Class 6A state track and field meet at Hayward Field in Eugene on Saturday.
May 23, 2016

Sheldon boys edge Jesuit for Class 6A track crown

by Miles Vance
Check out a list of all the event winners here Jesuit's boys track and field team wanted to get back into the winner's circle. Sheldon's boys wanted that, too, along with a bit of revenge. In this case, it was the Irish that got their wish, racking…
May 23, 2016

PREPS: Baseball, softball playoff schedule

by Portland Tribune
BASEBALL CLASS 6A FIRST ROUND Monday Century at Sheldon, 5 p.m. Lakeridge at Barlow, 5 p.m. South Medford at West Linn, 5 p.m. Sprague at Gresham, 5 p.m. Grants Pass at Beaverton, 4:30 p.m. South Eugene at Oregon City 5 p.m. Grant at North Medford,…
NEWS-TIMES PHOTO: AMANDA MILES - Alyssa Villalobos of Forest Grove competes in the Class 6A girls long jump on Friday at Hayward Field in Eugene.
May 21, 2016

Photo Gallery: See the best of state track photos from May 19-20

by Pamplin Media Group
The best athletes shine the brightest on the state's biggest stage Each day, every race, every minute seemed to make another big performances at the 2016 state track and field meets in Eugene. From stars of the state's biggest Class 6A schools to…
(Image is Clickable Link) TIGARD TIMES - May 19, 2016
May 20, 2016

Tigard Tigers - Athletes of the Week - May 19, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Lauren Paven and Mayur Paralkar of Tigard High School for being selected as the Tigard Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community service sponsored by Tigard Orthopedic and Fracture Clinic.
(Image is Clickable Link) TUALATIN TIMES - May 19, 2016
May 20, 2016

Tualatin Timberwolves - Athletes of the Week - May 19, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Karina Moreland and Ryan Cavinta of Tualatin High School for being selected as the Tualatin Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community service sponsored by Oregon Eye Physicians and…
DAN BROOD - The Tigard High School girls track and field team celebrates after winning the Three Rivers League district meet championship.
May 19, 2016

Tigers roar to district title

by Dan Brood
Tigard sophomore Lauren Paven wins both the 200 and the 400 at the Three Rivers League meet NEWBERG — All season long, the Tigard High School girls track and field team proved that it was a strong dual meet squad. Guess what, the Tigers are a pretty…
DAN BROOD - Tigard High School sophomore Braden Lenzy leans at the finish line in the 200-meter dash during Friday's Three Rivers League district track and field meet. Lenzy won both the 200 and the 400, and he's advancing to this week's Class 6A state meet in four events.
May 19, 2016

Lenzy claims four district meet titles

by Dan Brood
Tigard boys step up at the Three Rivers League meet NEWBERG — Plain in simple, Braden Lenzy likes to win. And that competitiveness certainly shows through. “I love winning,” Lenzy, a Tigard High School sophomore, said with a smile. And, wow, he…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin's (from left) Jordan Anderson, Karina Moreland, Makenna Bailey and Ashley Slater celebrate following their win in the 4 x 100 relay at the Three Rivers League district meet.
May 19, 2016

Tualatin girls step up in the relay

by Dan Brood
Wolves are sending a strong group to the state meet NEWBERG — The Tualatin High School girls 4 x 100-meter relay team was focused. The Timberwolf foursome, which includes senior Karina Moreland, juniors Jordan Anderson and Ashley Slater and…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin High School sophomore first baseman Kaden Cook (right) looks to tag out Tigard junior Hunter Hughes on a sacrifice bunt play during last week's Three Rivers League game.
May 19, 2016

Wolves step up to tip rival Tigers

by Dan Brood
Tualatin gets ready for Monday's state playoff opener TIGARD — For the Tualatin High School baseball team, there might have been no better way to gain some momentum going into the Class 6A state playoffs. The Timberwolves, in their final Three…
DAN BROOD - Tigard High School junior Jon Holzgang watches his drive on hole No. 11 during play Monday at the Class 6A boys golf state tournament.
May 19, 2016

Area golfers step up at state event

by Dan Brood
Tualatin team, Holzgang, Thomas all play well CORVALLIS — Rylan Thomas played an amazing first round. The Tualatin High School squad, and Tigard junior Jon Holzgang stepped up in a big way in the second round. In other words, it was an impressive…
DAN BROOD - Sherwood High School sophomore Shelby Moran set a new Three Rivers League district meet record with this throw of 152-6 during action Friday at the league championships.
May 19, 2016

Cuthbertson, Moran claim district crowns

by Dan Brood
The Lady Bowmen pair looks to be state favorites NEWBERG — One title down, one to go. That goes for not one Sherwood High School standouts, but two. Lady Bowmen senior Payge Cuthbertson, and sophomore Shelby Moran, look primed to compete for state…
DAN BROOD - Tigard High School sophomore Victoria Gailey watches her drive on hole No. 18 during play Tuesday at the Class 6A state tournament.
May 19, 2016

Gailey, Funk, Williver shine at state

by Dan Brood
The local trio have bright moments at the golf tourney BANKS — For Victoria Gailey, a nice finish put a smile on her face. For Josie Funk, the timing couldn't be any better. For Hannah Williver, it was a rewarding experience. Gailey, a Tigard High…
DAN BROOD - Horizon Christian junior Alex Olson strides out in the 1,500 during action Saturday at the West Valley League district meet. Olson qualified for the Class 3A state meet in the 3,000.
May 19, 2016

Young Hawks teams step up at WVL meet

by Dan Brood
Horizon Christian sending strong group to state DAYTON — Sure, the Horizon Christian High School track and field teams are young. But youth was served at the West Valley League district championships. The Horizon Christian teams turned in strong…

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DAN BROOD - Westside Christian junior Jonathan Palau is nearing victory in the 800-meter run Saturday at the West Valley League district meet.
May 19, 2016

Eagles soar at WVL district meet

by Dan Brood
Curtis, Palau each run to a pair of individual wins DAYTON — A lot of hard work. A lot of teamwork. And some praying. Put it all together and you have an impressive performance by the Westside…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin coach Jenna Wilson, and her Timberwolves, will host McMinnville in a state playoff first-round game on Monday. Tualatin could possibly host rival Tigard in a second-round game on Tuesday.
May 19, 2016

Tigers, Wolves on a collision course

by The Times
The rivals could meet in a second-round playoff game It's been quite a season for the rival Tigard and Tualatin high school softball teams. The squads split their two games this season, each…
May 19, 2016

Bowmen top LO in league finale

by The Times
Sherwood to host South Salem in playoff Monday SHERWOOD — Things seem to be coming together, at the right time, for the Sherwood High School baseball team. The Bowmen, in their final Three…
May 19, 2016

Sherwood finishes up with a victory

by The Times
Lady Bowmen knock off Lakeridge in 10 innings SHERWOOD — The young Sherwood High School softball team saw its season come to an end. But the Lady Bowmen concluded their season in winning…
May 19, 2016

Tennis players to start tourney play

by The Times
Sherwood, Tualatin, Westside players set for action The time is here. This is what they've all worked for. And it's all going to happen this week. Tennis players from Sherwood, Tualatin and…
(Image is Clickable Link) TIGARD TIMES - May 12, 2016
May 13, 2016

Tigard Tigers - Athletes of the Week - May 12, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Nathan Mallory and Megan Liles of Tigard High School for being selected as the Tigard Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community…
(Image is Clickable Link) TUALATIN TIMES - May 12, 2016
May 13, 2016

Tualatin Timberwolves - Athletes of the Week - May 12, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Ian Chaff and Haley Bernard of Tualatin High School for being selected as the Tualatin Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin High School senior Ben Rahier (right) dives to first base after Tigard junior first baseman Connor Wojahn made the catch for an out in Tuesday's game. The Timberwolves scored a 2-1 victory.
May 12, 2016

Timberwolves team up to tip Tigard

by Dan Brood
Tualatin gets a 2-1 win in the game between rivals TUALATIN — Last year, the Tualatin High School baseball team had a pair of Division I signees on their pitching staff who, for the most part,…
DAN BROOD - Tigard's Abi Olson (left) is congratulated by Hannah Spadafora and Caroline Riggs after scoring a fifth-inning run in Monday's game. The Tigers got a 4-3 win over Sherwood.
May 12, 2016

Tigers bounce back to tip Bowmen

by Dan Brood
Tigard stays in a tie for first place with its 4-3 victory TIGARD — Coming off a disheartening loss to rival Tualatin, the Tigard High School softball team really needed to bounce back and get a…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin High School sophomore Kien Nguyen (left) and senior Davis Loen, shown here during Tuesday's quarterfinal round, won the Three Rivers League boys tennis district doubles championship.
May 12, 2016

Wolves win district tennis doubles crown

by Dan Brood
Ryan Malinowski also is advancing to the state tourney PORTLAND — Through the first three rounds, Ryan Malinowski was absolutely perfect. Meanwhile, there turned out to be no one better than…
DAN BROOD - Tigard junior Sareena Patzke gets ready to take off over the high jump bar at last week's meet. Patzke cleared 5-0 to win the event.
May 12, 2016

Patzke, Tigers are ready to run

by Dan Brood
The junior is a four-time winner at last week's meet WEST LINN — It's probably safe to say that Sareena Patzke has recovered from her injury. It's also seems very likely that the Tigard High…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin High School freshman Jensen Barnes gets hits a shot during her semifinal match at the TRL district tournament.
May 12, 2016

Barnes earns spot in district finals

by Dan Brood
Sherwood's Lee and Schwarm also going to state PORTLAND — She might not be the top Three Rivers League girls tennis player going to the Class 6A state tournament. But she's the youngest. And…
May 12, 2016

Bowmen can't hold off West Linn

by Dan Brood
Sherwood leads early, but falls 4-2 to the Lions SHERWOOD — Sherwood High School baseball teams of the past — some really, really good Bowmen squads — always seemed to excel at doing the little…
May 12, 2016

Moreland comes up big again for Wolves

by The Times
Tualatin track teams set for Three Rivers district meet NEWBERG — Another meet, another big day for Tualatin High School senior Karina Moreland. Moreland, in the team's final meet before the…
May 12, 2016

Tualatin boys grab golf state tourney berth

by The Times
Funk, Williver, Thomas, Francois also move on PORTLAND — State tournament berths were up for grabs. And the Tualatin High School boys golf team made sure it wasn't going to be left out. The…
May 12, 2016

Eagles, Hawks tune up for district meet

by The Times
Both teams turn in strong marks at Regis invite STAYTON — The Horizon Christian and Westside Christian high school track and field teams, in their final event before the West Valley League…
May 12, 2016

Lady Bowmen shine in the field events

by The Times
Three Rivers district meet up next for Sherwood teams NEWBERG — The Sherwood High School girls track and field team showed its power in the field events, as the squad completed its Three Rivers…
TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Beaverton's Karac Leyva slides home to score in his team's 4-3 loss to Jesuit at Jesuit High School on Friday.
May 10, 2016

Friday's top five: Check out the five biggest games from May 6

by Miles Vance
The arms showed up on Friday. So did the bats, the gloves and the speed. Together, they created a bunch of big games, great plays and lifetime memories. And with all that excitement going on,…
GRAPHIC PHOTO: SETH GORDON - St. Paul freshman Justin Herberger leaps to avoid a tag from East Linn Christian Academy catcher Bryant Mizsei and score the first run of the game during the fourth inning. Herberger was ruled out, but the Bucks (14-3, 10-2) posted four runs in the bottom of the fifth to earn a 4-0 win and remain atop the OSAA 2A/1A Special District 2 standings.
May 06, 2016

High school baseball and softball scores are here for May 6

by Miles Vance
Now that — and by that, we're talking Friday's awesome weather — felt like spring. But of course, it wasn't just the sunshine that made it feel like spring — there was also the crack of the bat,…
NEWS-TIMES PHOTO: AMANDA MILES - Forest Grove's Sierra Gunderson (right) and Kinsey Barnett can't quite field a ball near second base during a 15-3 defeat to McNary on Friday.
May 06, 2016

Check out our best high school baseball and softball photos from…

by Miles Vance
After two consecutive Fridays of intermittent rain and way too many cancellations, the sun smiled down warmly on Oregon's high school baseball and softball players on Friday. In response, those…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin's (from left) Amanda Reser, Camryn Robbins, Caitlyn Sung, Tanna Baggenstos, Vanessa Brown and Sammi Caron start celebrating after the final run is scored in the Wolves' 11-1 win over Tigard.
May 06, 2016

Motivated Timberwolves top Tigard

by Dan Brood
The rivals are now tied for first place in the TRL standings TUALATIN — The Tigard High School softball team was riding a hot streak going into Friday's Three Rivers League showdown. But so was…
(Image is Clickable Link) TUALATIN TIMES - May 5, 2016
May 06, 2016

Tualatin Timberwolves - Athletes of the Week - May 5, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Mark Cepeda and Caity Sung of Tualatin High School for being selected as the Tualatin Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community…
(Image is Clickable Link) TIGARD TIMES - May 5, 2016
May 06, 2016

Tigard Tigers - Athletes of the Week - May 5, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Austin Liu and Abi Olson of Tigard High School for being selected as the Tigard Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community service…
DAN BROOD - Tigard High School sophomore Victoria Gailey watches her drive on hole No. 18 during play Tuesday at the Three Rivers League district tournament.
May 05, 2016

Gailey claims district crown

by Dan Brood
The Tigard girls, and a pair of Lady Bowmen, advance to play at the regional tournament OREGON CITY — Victoria Gailey was all smiles. That makes sense. After all, the Tigard High School…
DAN BROOD - Tigard High School junior Jon Holzgang watches his drive during play Tuesday at the Three Rivers League district tournament.
May 05, 2016

Tigard's Holzgang grabs tourney bid

by Dan Brood
Wolves, Francois, Thomas, Mallory to play at regionals OREGON CITY — Everything is just fine for Jon Holzgang. The Tigard High School junior can breathe easy and relax. For the Tualatin High…