Storm Holds Off Chavez’ Linn-Benton For NWAC South Opening Win

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.–  Central fans know of the potential of Elizabeth Chavez and the talent that she has on the basketball court. The 2019 Panther-grad had two points in the opening half for Linn-Benton in Chemeketa’s stunning win over the Roadrunners 65-60 Wednesday evening at Chemeketa, but in the third quarter of…

Tacoma Men Looking To Leave And Forget For The Next One

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com OLYMPIA, Wash.–  It was a game to forget for the Tacoma Community College Men’s Basketball down the road from home versus South Puget Sound Community College Saturday afternoon. After a great start against the Clippers, something happened to the Titans as SPSCC outscored 71-40 in the 84-54 victory to stay undefeated…

Chemeketa Swept Clackamas, Cougars Focuses On NWAC Tourney

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com OREGON CITY, Ore.— In the last Northwest Conference game of the season, and the last regular season game of the year, the Clackamas Community College Men’s and Women’s teams honored their sophomore’s with the Sophomore Night Festivities. It wasn’t all fun and games however as the Chemeketa Storm rolled in and…

Lady Cougars Once Again Deny Saints Of Victory

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com OREGON CITY, Ore.– Nothing is guaranteed in the Northwest Conference. Despite behind on the opposite ends of the standings, Mount Hood Community College always seem to raise havoc this season on a Clackamas Community College Women’s team bidding for the number two spot in the standings. It took no buzzer beater…

Clackamas Lady Cougs Win NWAC Opener

“Defensively, second half we were playing much better. We started talking, rebounding really well and got easy buckets all over the place. I’m really happy with the second half.” Jim Martineau.

Corban Women’s Basketball prepares for CCC

“Of course we were worried at first but right now we’re trying to stay focus on what our goal is, winning games and being successful in conference,” Jade Lowery on injuries entering the CCC

Day in the life: College Basketball Practice

It’s 5:45 in the morning in Ashland on a Wednesday morning; the wind is warming and breezy with the temperatures in the 40s. As most college students won’t emerge from their beds to start the day for several more hours; the Southern Oregon University Women’s Basketball squad are currently strecthing out for their day at work;…

Day in the Life of Series

So, since the July of 2012, I’ve been doing sort of a amauter-isc/freelance sports journalist approach in my writing.  Covering Southern Oregon University sports game’s via previews and game stories with the rare occasion of doing a feature (see The Quarterback story from September, 2012), through a print and broadcast basis. Now for Winter, 2013;…

Up for the Challenge

ASHLAND–  The Southern Oregon University Women’s Basketball team are off to a fast start. Starting off 10-1, averaging 93 points a game and holding opponents to 61.5 points a game defensively, and being name Cascade Colliegate Conference Team of the Week has the Raiders feeling pretty good about their season so far. ” It has been our team…

Domination on the Court

Eleven games into a young 2012-2013 season and the Southern Oregon University Lady Raiders basketball team has already cracked double-digits in wins heading into finals week. After the first weekend of conference play the Raiders (10-1, 2-0) have entered the tail-end of the weekend with two impressive victories. Friday had the Raiders going up against…

Lady’s in Red Basketball Appearence

After under going their first losing season in recent memory, the Southern Oregon University Raiders Women’s Basketball team is in high hopes that won’t happen again this year. Heading into their second week on the court, Lynn Kennedy and the rest of the squad is preparing for the  November 2nd regular season opener against Calfornia…