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2 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Football: Gresham tailback Sirgeo Hoffman emerges on scene with record-breaking performance Football: Summit sophomore quarterback John Bledsoe , son of Drew Bledsoe, has Storm off to 2-0 start Football: Redmond junior running back Derek Brown has Panthers going in right direction Girls soccer: North Medford takes down reigning 5A champion Summit behind three goals from Halley Folsom Football: Tipped pass for a touchdown on the last play of the first half -- a designed play for West Salem Girls cross country: Diagnosed with cancer in July, Olivia Goodheart who won the Midwestern League title as a senior at Churchill last year moves forward with high spirits
5 hrs ago | Clackamas Review
Based on early-season results, the Milwaukie Mustangs will be much more competitive in girls soccer this fall than they were a year ago. The Mustangs have been impressive in their first four games, going 2-1-1, with wins over Class 6A McKay and Woodburn , and a 1-1 tie with Class 6A Centennial.
His squad locked and loaded for what is expected to be another strong showing at the NAIA national championships, Southern Oregon wrestling coach Mike Ritchey recruited this year with an eye toward 2015 and beyond. "We feel that our commitment to recruiting regionally, as well as in the state of Oregon, is paying dividends in our recruiting efforts," Ritchey said.
The Cowapa League was already a darned good league for girls soccer, serving as home for 2013 Class 4A state champion Scappoose . For their part, the Valiants don't yet know how they'll fare in their new Class 4A home, but feel good nonetheless about the core group of returners back from 2013.
The PIL Preview meet at Franklin last week gave a first glimpse of what the newly reunited league has to offer as the other schools move up from 5A and join Grant and Lincoln at the Class 6A level. Grant's girls and boys won the Preview - but the young squads of Lincoln and Franklin and the solid programs at Wilson and Cleveland all showed that they also will be in the fight for a spot in the state meet.
Before the season, Gresham football coach Todd Nagel boldly stated that senior Sirgeo Hoffman has a chance to be one of the school's all-time best running backs. They were strong words considering the Gophers have a long history of outstanding tailbacks, and Hoffman played a complementary role as a junior, when he rushed for 623 yards and seven touchdowns.
ROCK CREEK The Westview girls soccer team is hoping to get a boost come Metro League season with the return of senior goalkeeper Rachel Lusby. Lusby, a University of Portland commit, was all-state honorable mention as a sophomore but tore her ACL during her junior season.
SALEM Both parties involved in Monday's Class 3A/2A/1A girls soccer district match between Western Mennonite and Dayton looked pleased with their 1-1 draw at Western Mennonite School. For the Pirates, it was because this was the first time they'd played Western Mennonite and come away with a result other then a loss.
Central Catholic Tournament last Saturday. They beat Sheldon , West Albany and Central Catholic, which had eliminated Jesuit in the state tournament last season.
The host 1A Trinity Lutheran Saints Volleyball team won both halves of their non-league double dual match against South Wasco County and Country Christian on Saturday, September 13th. The Saints beat the Redsides of South Wasco County 3-0 , followed by a 3-0 battle over the Cougars of County Christian .
Jojo Wren had six digs and two aces to go with perfect passing, Megan Bunn and Nikayla Doane combined for 18 kills, and Banks knocked off defending state champion Crook County in straight sets Tuesday, the Cowgirls' first 3-0 loss to a Class 4A opponent since Rosie Honl's powerhouse program moved down from the 5A level following the 2009 season. Before there was any time to celebrate the accomplishment, Banks retook the court and proceeded to outlast host Cascade in five.
Barlow turned away a threat from rival Gresham to earn a four-set win on its home court Thursday night and stay among a crowd of unbeaten teams in the Mount Hood Conference.
The Lake Oswego boys soccer team features a solid mix of youth and experience this year on a squad that hopes to develop into a strong contender in the new-look Three Rivers League.
West Linn' volleyball team may be cashing in on some of its raw potential just a little earlier than expected. The Lions kicked off league play last week, taking on a determined St. Mary's side that was seeking revenge for last year's playoff loss.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 10:15 am
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