Chemeketa Falls In Heartbreaker To Wenatchee Valley

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.–  Friday evening’s game with Wenatchee Valley showed the potential that this young and scrappy Chemeketa Men’s Basketball team is capable of as they kick off their three-day home endeavour at The Storm Center.  Falling to a Knights team, coming off a 2022 NWAC Semi-Final appearance, 62-61 on this evening after…

Chemeketa Volleyball Wins Fourth Game Of Year

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.–  The Chemeketa Community College Volleyball team just keeps finding ways to win ball games after a tough start to the season.  But following their sweep of Umpqua Wednesday night, their second sweep with the squad picking up their fourth-win of the hear and improves to 3-2 in NWAC South Region play….

Chemeketa Women’s Soccer Rebounds For Fourth League WIn

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.—  It’s been a week since their first NWAC South Region loss to Portland Community College, but over that week the Chemeketa Community College Women’s Soccer team took that 1-0 defeat to heart as they came back out Saturday afternoon to take on Lane Community College.  A game in which the…

Chemeketa Hands Linn-Benton Second Set Defeat Of Year

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com ALBANY, Ore.–  The Chemeketa Volleyball team had done something that only Yakima Valley had done once this season and that’s to take a set from the defending NWAC Champions in Linn-Benton.  The Storm did so in a big rallying fashion, turning a 18-11 deficit into the 25-23 result that followed and…

Chemeketa VB Pushes Lane To Brink

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.–  The Chemeketa Volleyball team pushed a darn good Lane team to the brink of five sets Wednesday night at Chemeketa Community College, with the Titans taking the match 25-10, 20-25, 25-19, 26-24 to open NWAC South Region play. And the Storm slowly started to roll in the second set, battling…

Storm Soccer Takes Non-League Game 6-2 Over Centralia

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.–  The Chemeketa Women’s Soccer showed a lot of their potential against Centralia Thursday afternoon in the Storm’s non-league match at Chemeketa Community College. West Albany’s Jenna Sally helped pace the offense, setting up opportunities that Chemeketa had and led to the 6-2 result in favor of the Storm.  Woodburn’s…

Woodburn’s Zamora Ready For Another Year At Chemeketa

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.–  It’s been nearly three years since Woodburn’s Carla Zamora battled through injury and showed her grit in the Bulldogs first-ever State Championship back in 2019 when they defeated Marist 1-0.  Playing slightly more than 66 minutes with five saves and was awarded Player of the Game honors for Woodburn…

Chemeketa Duo’s Return

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.–  It wasn’t the year that former Lebanon soccer player Alyssa Hoffman had hoped for with the Chemeketa Community College Women’s Soccer team last Fall.  Six games into her season, the former Warrior and eventual North Marion-grad back in 2020, tore her ACL and had sidelined Hoffman for the remainder of…

Elmore Enters Year 2 For Storm Women’s Soccer

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.–  Injuries unrailed a promising Chemeketa Community College Women’s Soccer team last Fall as the Storm finished 2-10-2 overall and tied for sixth in the NWAC South Region at 2-8-2 under first-year Head Coach Steve Elmore.   But entering the first week of practice next week, the Storm are looking to…

Dodgers Closes Out Season In Roseburg

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com ROSEBURG, Ore.– The Sprague young guns of Brady Muth and Hayden Laudette had themselves a game against the Sherwood Lobos Monday afternoon as the Salem Withnell Dodgers closed out the season Monday afternoon. For Muth, the incoming senior had the two extra base hits for the Dodgers with a bases-loaded triple…

Leaving It All Out There

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com ALBANY, Ore.–  Walking into the game with two outs in the third inning, 2019 South Salem-grad and Chemeketa Community College Elijah Enomoto-Haole knew that this was probably his last outing as a baseball player. As he forces a ground-out to end the third inning, halting the Linn-Benton Community College rally that turned…