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Defense lifts Clackamas to Senior Night blowout, 78-55

Barlow can't keep pace after the first quarter as the Cavaliers pull away and clinch the outright...

North Clackamas girls clinch 1A state playoff berth, 39-32

North Clackamas girls clinch 1A state playoff berth, 39-32

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Clackamas girls down Rams, clinch Mt. Hood title, 60-29

Clackamas girls down Rams, clinch Mt. Hood title, 60-29

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Clackamas girls dominate at district

Clackamas girls dominate at district

The Cavaliers flood the finals to claim the team title by more than 100 points

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Milwaukie wrestlers second to Sandy at NWOC tourney

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Clackmas pulls away for big 66-54 win at Oregon City

Clackmas pulls away for big 66-54 win at Oregon City

Elijah Gonzales and Matt O'Brien scored a combined 40 points as the Cavaliers moved a step closer...

Clackamas downs Pioneers, on verge of Mt. Hood title

Clackamas downs Pioneers, on verge of Mt. Hood title

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Oregon City holds on late at Central Catholic, 61-58

Oregon City holds on late at Central Catholic, 61-58

The Pioneers scored their final 13 points at the free-throw line to complete sweep of two-game...

La Salle's Carbone, Cardwell set to play college football

La Salle's Carbone, Cardwell set to play college football

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Gladstone rides second-half wave past Estacada, 51-43

Gladstone rides second-half wave past Estacada, 51-43

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Clackamas downs Centennial, 64-56, runs streak to nine

Clackamas downs Centennial, 64-56, runs streak to nine

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Gladstone opens two-game lead in Tri-Valley boys' race

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Gladstone relies on depth to down Crook County, 34-22

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Oregon City wrestlers fall short in upset bid, 38-27

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Clackamas girls 'finally' subdue Oregon City, 62-60

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Third-quarter surge lifts Putnam past Milwaukie

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Oregon City wrestlers put squeeze on Clackamas, 63-10

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Slide show: Oregon City wrestlers down Clackamas

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Oregon City shakes first-half rust, downs Reynolds, 56-48

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La Salle's Wedin continues to fine tune shooter's touch

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    REVIEW/NEWS PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Oregon City's Joshua Tuthill defeated Barlow's Houston Simmet 8-6 in overtime to claim the 160-pound title at Saturdya's Mt. Hood Conference district wrestling championships.
    February 19, 2017

    Photo gallery: Pioneers second to Scots at district

    by Jim Beseda
    David Douglas edged Oregon City 312-310 for the team title at Saturday's Mt. Hood Conference district wrestling championships.
    PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - The Jesuit boys swim team's 200-yard freestyle relay team (center, behind coach Bryan Butcher) helped the Crusaders win the Class 6A state championship on Saturday at Mt. Hood Community College Aquatic Center.
    February 18, 2017

    Jesuit takes the crown in Class 6A boys state swimming championships

    by Miles Vance
    Sunset finishes well behind in second, followed by McMinnville, South Salem and Central Catholic
    PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - The Sunset girls 200-yard freestyle relay team (center, behind coach Adam Farber) helped the Apollos win the Class 6A state championship on Saturday at Mt. Hood Community College Aquatic Center.
    February 18, 2017

    Sunset races to victory in Class 6A girls state swimming championships

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    by Miles Vance
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    February 17, 2017

    High school basketball sets the stage for playoffs on Feb. 17

    by Miles Vance
    League titles and playoff spots in all divisions get closer to being finalized tonight
    REVIEW/NEWS PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - North Clackamas Christian's Lane Ehigh scored a team-high 12 points in Thursday's 39-36 loss to Damascus Christian at Multnomah University.
    February 17, 2017

    NCC-Damascus title game goes down to wire, 39-36

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    Damascus Christian rallied for a 39-36 win over North Clackamas Chrstian in Thursday's championship final of the Valley 10 League…
    PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Clackamas' Cole Turner (left) and the Cavaliers moved up to No. 3 in the OSAA's latest Class 6A boys basketball power rankings, trailing only Jefferson and West Linn.
    February 16, 2017

    Clackamas boys climb to No. 3 in latest Class 6A boys basketball power rankings

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    The Cavaliers leapfrog West Salem and North Medford to rise to third
    PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Newberg's Tina Childress (right) launches herself off the blocks at the beginning of her win in the 50-yard freestyle during the Three Rivers League district meet at Mt. Hood Community College Aquatic Center on Feb. 11.
    February 16, 2017

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    PMG PHOTO: CHASE ALLGOOD - Banks' Aspen Slifka and the Braves solidified their hold on second place in the latest OSAA Class 4A girls basketball power rankings, winning its last four games in a row.
    February 16, 2017

    South Salem girls rise to second behind Southridge in latest OSAA rankings

    by Miles Vance
    Grant's girls fall to No. 3 after losing a league game to Benson
    REVIEW/NEWS PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Putnam's Giovanni Hernandez was recognized as the Northwest Oregon Conference's Most Outstanding Wrestler in the 152-285 pound weight classes at last week's district tournament.
    February 16, 2017

    Photo gallery: 2017 NWOC district wrestling tourney

    by Jim Beseda
    Photos from Saturday's finals of the Northwest Oregon Conference district wrestling championships at Milwaukie High School.
    PAMPLIN MEDIA: DAVID BALL - Oregon Citys Teron Bradford gets around Barlows Cole Edmondson to reach the paint for two of his game-high 17 points.
    February 16, 2017

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    by David Ball
    An endless barrage of close-range buckets allow Oregon City to avenge an earlier loss to the Bruins
    PAMPLIN MEDIA: DAVID BALL - Oregon Citys Kaari Guelsdorf drives to the basket against Barlows Renick Meyer during the first quarter of the Pioneers 63-32 home win.
    February 16, 2017

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    by David Ball
    The Pioneers break the game open before halftime and clear the bench in the fourth
    PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Beaverton senior Hunter Sweet and the Beavers jumped into the top five in the latest Class 6A boys basketball coaches poll, landing at fourth with their 19-4 overall record.
    February 09, 2017

    Beaverton jumps two spots to fourth in latest Class 6A boys basketball coaches poll

    by Miles Vance
    Jefferson, Clackamas and West Linn remain 1-2-3 as the regular season nears its end
    REVIEW/NEWS PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Clackamas' Elijah Gonzales scored a game-high 28 points in Tuesday's 71-61 road win over Central Catholic.
    February 15, 2017

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    by Jim Beseda
    Elijah Gonzales had 28 points to pace the league-leading Cavaliers in Tuesday's Mt. Hood Conference road game.
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    February 15, 2017

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    Feb 09, 2017

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