Frosh's goal lifts La Salle over Crescent Valley, 2-1

Frosh's goal lifts La Salle over Crescent Valley, 2-1

Jacqueline Blakeley scored the go-ahead goal in the 71st minute as the Falcons edged the visiting...

Clackamas boys' soccer still in search of 'grit factor'

Clackamas boys' soccer still in search of 'grit factor'

The Cavaliers' revamped starting lineup still has some adjustments heading into this week's two...

Cook proves himself among the fittest in the world

Cook proves himself among the fittest in the world

The Oregon City businessman is a finalist in the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games and has set state...

Cavaliers set to take football game to next level

Cavaliers set to take football game to next level

After last year's trip to the OSAA Class 6A football quarterfinals, Clackamas is looking to take...

Coach Nyquist in search of right mix for Pioneer 'soup'

Coach Nyquist in search of right mix for Pioneer 'soup'

Oregon City's third-year football coach has some retooling to do coming off last season's run to...

Road trips ahead for Falcons and Cavs

Road trips ahead for Falcons and Cavs

The football teams at Clackamas High and La Salle Prep are hitting the road this fall, each...

Former Kingsmen standout leads Gladstone football

Former Kingsmen standout leads Gladstone football

Longtime area educator, coach and athlete Wayne Harris has landed the head football coaching job...

Oregon City keeps trophy in Battle for the Bridge

Oregon City keeps trophy in Battle for the Bridge

Battle for the BridgeAlumni football Team Score Oregon City21West Linn20 It...

Gladstone squad takes second at Hoopla

Gladstone squad takes second at Hoopla

SALEM — A batch of Gladstone High graduates came together last weekend and whipped up a run...

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REVIEW PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Senior quarterback Justice Ashpole made two starts last season in place of injured Jake Hamilton.
August 31, 2016

Putnam football brings new starters up to speed quickly

by Jim Beseda
Third-year Kingsmen coach Tim Jacobs said his Kingsmen of the Northwest Oregon Conference are "where we want to be" heading into Friday's non-conference opener against the Molalla Indians. With…
NEWS PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Sherwood's Spencer Shadbolt (70), Kyle Petty (55) and Jordan Craig (26) try to wrap up Oregon City running back Zakhayas Lee during Friday's high school football jamboree at Pioneer Memorial Stadium.
August 31, 2016

Jamboree shows Pioneers where they still need work

by Jim Beseda
Oregon City coach Randy Nyquist was pleased with what he saw from the Pioneers against Hillsboro and Sherwood during Friday's season-opening high school football jamboree at Pioneer Memorial…
August 25, 2016

West Linn/Oregon City football breakfast set for Aug. 30

by Raymond Rendleman
The annual West Linn/Oregon City football breakfast has been scheduled for 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30, at the Oregon City Elks Lodge. Guest speaking at the event will be Juston Fisher,…


JIM BESEDA/CLACKAMAS REVIEW - Sophomore middle blocker Ashley Johnson is one of Clackamas Community College's six returning volleyball players.
August 24, 2016

Cougs' volleyball looks to set starting lineup, rotations

by Jim Beseda
Sooner or later, Clackamas Community College coach Sarah Hoeke needs to stop shuffling lineups and settle on a starting six. This is the time of year when Clackamas Community College volleyball…
JIM BESEDA/CLACKAMAS REVIEW - Members of the Rex Putnam volleyball team joined other volunteers at the Oregon Food Bank in Beaverton Saturday, bagging, weighing and boxing hundreds of 2-pound bags of frozen green peas.
August 24, 2016

Putnam players build unity through community service

by Jim Beseda
The Kingsmen volleyball team volunteered Saturday at the Oregon Food Bank in Beaverton as part of a team-building exercise to close out the first week of training camp. Putnam High School’s…
August 24, 2016

La Salle Prep football eyes possible breakout season

by Jim Beseda
The Falcons are looking to reach the OSAA playoffs for the first time since they joined the Class 5A ranks two years ago. Since making the jump to OSAA Class 5A two years ago, La Salle Prep’s…
PHOTO COURTESY OF OGA - Gladstone's Denny Taylor (left) and Portland's Bob Harrington earned berths into the Sept. 17-22 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship during Monday's 18-hole qualifier at the OGA Course in Woodburn.
August 24, 2016

Gladstone's Taylor qualifies for U.S. Senior Amateur

by Jim Beseda
Denny Taylor secured a spot in the Sept. 17-22 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship in St. Louis, Missouri, after shooting a 2-under-par 70 and finishing second in Monday's qualifier at the OGA…
PHOTO COURTESY: GLENWOOD GECKOS - Former Gladstone High School standout Trask Telesmanich went 5-0 during the summer season, leading the Glenwood Geckos to the league title.
August 17, 2016

Area graduates shine in collegiate league

by John Denny
Three college baseball players from the local area have recently finished up a successful summer playing for the Glenwood Springs Colorado Geckos in the Mountain West Summer Collegiate Wood Bat…
CLACKAMAS REVIEW: JOHN DENNY -  James Emond, owner of the Missing Link, installs a chain on a custom-built adventure bike he is assembling for a customer who plans to tour the Oregon Coast. Its got a rugged and sturdy Soma Wolverine frame that is built to accommodate luggage racks, Emond says.
August 17, 2016

New bike shop owner has a passion for cycling

by John Denny
A new bike shop has opened up in downtown Milwaukie and the owner/manager James Emond, says he likes the reception he’s received from the community. Emond, who opened The Missing Link on Main…
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Milwaukie High freshman Arthur Katahdin showcases his medals in front of the Sacramento State stadium during the Junior Olympic national championships.
August 09, 2016

Katahdin medals twice at Junior Olympics

by David Ball
Arthur Katahdin, a freshman at Milwaukie High this fall, finished fourth in the pentathlon at the USA Track and Field Junior Nationals last month in Sacramento. He stayed among the contenders…

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PAMPLIN MEDIA: JOHN DENNY - Sean Christensen, the new head basketball coach at La Salle Prep, stopped by the school in mid-July to check out the new APX summer conditioning program. Pictured with Christensen are La Salle basketball players Jack Gabrish (left) and Christian Reyes.
Aug 09, 2016

Christensen returns to coach at La Salle Prep

by John Denny
Sean Christensen, a 1999 graduate of La Salle Prep, has returned to coach at his alma mater. Christensen replaces John Spitulski in boys basketball. Spitulski coached for only one year. “The job…
Aug 01, 2016

Gladstone diamondmen finish strong

by John Denny
Gladstone was one of the most improved high school baseball teams in the state this summer. Playing mostly teams from much bigger schools, the Gladiators won only six of 20 games. But they…
SUBMITTED - Clackamas Senior Federal Division baseball players proved themselves one of the top 14-year-old teams in the state in 2016, placing third - behind Sprague and Sherwood - at the state championship tournament. Pictured are members of the team: (first row, left to right) Robby Butenschoen, Jackson Jaha, Payton Jameson, Mitchell Dorn, Brody Upton and Willy Lindholm; and (second row) manager Rob Butenschoen, Pierce Kurasz, Carson Moffett, Austin Atkeson, Richard Kennewell, Josh Long, Kian Khorasani and coach Jason Carroll.
Aug 01, 2016

Clackamas Senior Feds were tough to beat

by John Denny
The Cavaliers earn third place at the Junior Baseball Senior Federal State Championship Tournament Very few teams were better than the Clackamas’ Senior Federal Division Junior Baseball team in…
JOHN DENNY - Allen Sitz says soccer has been a huge part of his life since he first took up the sport 28 years ago. Sitz has replaced Roberto Aguilar as head coach at Milwaukie High School.
Aug 01, 2016

Sitz brings a passion for the game to Milwaukie High soccer

by John Denny
He says he believes he's got the players that can make Milwaukie one of the top teams in the NWOC in 2016 Allen Sitz, 32, a longtime Milwaukie area resident who is passionate about soccer, has…
Aug 01, 2016

N'Dea Flye excels in AAU basketball

by Clackamas Review
Oregon City senior-to-be N’Dea Flye was in form July 23-25 when she led the Northwest Blazers Orange AAU girls basketball team to the championship at an Arizona Elite NCAA certified high school…
Aug 01, 2016

Car wash benefits Gladstone soccer

by Clackamas Review
Got a dirty car? Get your car washed and benefit Gladstone High School’s boys soccer program. The Gladiators are holding a fundraising car wash from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13, on…
JOHN LARIVIERE - Sophia Giammanco
Aug 01, 2016

Living with cystic fibrosis

by John Denny
It's not easy, but 9-year-old Sophia Giammanco does it every day, 365 days a year Six years ago, West Linn High School graduate Ian Giammanco and his close friend and classmate Trent Tribou came…
JOHN DENNY - Seven former members of the Oregon City High School Jets dance team were at the Oregon City High School stadium last Thursday, working on a routine. Over 50 Oregon City Jets and West Linn Deb alumni dancers and current members of the dance teams will perform at halftime of Saturdays sixth annual Battle For The Bridge Oregon City vs. West Linn Alumni Game. Pictured are Jets alumni (left to right) Wendy (Davis) Polk, class of 1991; Amanda (Mueller) Caldwell, 2003; Megan (Hower) Gomez, 1996; Andrea (Accuardi) Isfeld, 2002; Nicole (Doubrava) Paulson, 2005; Jessica (Henriotsen) Black, 2005; and Lacey (Halpern) Partipilo, 2003. Caldwell says shes taking part in Saturday nights halftime performance because its a fantastic opportunity to get involved with the community in a fundraiser for a great cause, and its fun to dance. Polk says, For me, its because Im proud to be a Jet.
Aug 01, 2016

OC, West Linn alumni battle on Saturday

by John Denny
They'll leave their cross-river friendships on the sidelines for four quarters when they clash Saturday at 7 p.m. at Oregon City in the sixth annual Battle For The Bridge Battle For The Bridge…
JOHN DENNY - Six skate coaches from Clackamas County have played a role as the Oaks Park Skating Club is being honored this month, by USA Roller Sports, for having the biggest artistic skating program in the entire United States, with 67 reigstered artistic skaters. The Oaks has had the high-point team at the National Championships the past two years and theres a good chance that the Oaks will capture high-point honors again this year. Pictured are Oaks artistic coaches (left to right) Bill and Abbi Hess of Clackamas, Tiffany McKinnon (Clackamas), Susan Richardson (Clackamas), Cindy White (Oregon City) and George Kolibaba (Milwaukie). Rinksider Magazine, in its July-August issue, recognized the historic, 111-year-old Oaks Park roller skating rink as one of the most historically significant rinks in the world.
Aug 01, 2016

Oaks Park is honored for having the largest artistic roller…

by John Denny
The Oaks Skating Club has 67 skaters registered in artistic roller skating and Oaks skaters hold their own with the best in the nation Competitive roller skating is alive and well at Oaks Park.…
DEBORA MEHLHAFF - Junior Greg Mehlhaff had a huge summer for the Clackamas High Outlaws, going 7-1 with a 1.76 ERA, and leading the team with a .418 batting average.
Aug 01, 2016

Cavs rule in OIBA summer ball

by John Denny
Clackamas goes 37-3-1 and the Outlaws win the 2016 OIBA Championship Tournament The Clackamas Outlaws, Clackamas High School’s top summer baseball team, this summer experienced perhaps the most…