Khaira, Sunset boys' cross country eye the big prize

Khaira, Sunset boys' cross country eye the big prize

Apollos beat Aloha on the road, going after state title Maneet Khaira isn't content — yet....

Wiljter's return restores Crusaders' Great Wall

Wiljter's return restores Crusaders' Great Wall

Junior middle blocker back and better than ever for Jesuit Once splintered by injury, “The...

Skyhawk, Crusader soccer battle to a Metro draw

Skyhawk, Crusader soccer battle to a Metro draw

Southridge still in driver's seat for Metro Championship Southridge's championship is still on...

Back from the brink, Beavers shock Skyhawks

Back from the brink, Beavers shock Skyhawks

Typical Beaverton. In the biggest game of the season, with their playoff lives on the line and...

Apollos arise from first half ashes, gut Glencoe

Apollos arise from first half ashes, gut Glencoe

Sunset scores twice in second half for first Metro win Once Sunset stirred itself out of the...

Valiant football searching for answers after Indian setback

Valiant football searching for answers after Indian setback

Forget Thursday night — if you can. Wash away the memory of a jarring 49-0 halftime score....

Skyhawk defense tighten screws on Warriors, downs Aloha

Skyhawk defense tighten screws on Warriors, downs Aloha

In a Metro football season glutted with gaudy offensive numbers, mesmerizing point totals and an...

Westview football rebounds, guts Glencoe at home

Westview football rebounds, guts Glencoe at home

Wildcats continue to score at a high clip There is no need to worry about Westview's staying...

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Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Jesuit senior defender Dylan Ruesch jumps to shield a ball away from Glencoes backline in the second half of the Crusaders 4-2 win on Thursday.
October 23, 2014

Jesuit guns past Glencoe with balanced attack

by Matt Singledecker
Crusaders score four goals on Crimson Tide defense Being different from the perpetually dominant team that preceded yours isn't a substandard notion. The 2013 Jesuit boys' soccer team that blew…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Aloha freshman Nathan Dube said hes optimistic about the Warriors future and hopes they can close the season with at least one conference win.
October 23, 2014

Warrior boys' water polo seeing signs of progress

by Matt Singledecker
Aloha relying on youth, learning on the fly in the pool The iron was unkind to one of the youngest teams in Metro boys' water polo. Youthful Aloha, playing a freight of freshmen and…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Aloha's Alexa Bailey, left, and Taylor Nickel, right, hope to take the Warriors to third place in Metro, which would clinch a team berth at the state meet.
October 23, 2014

Apollos begin title defense, Warriors hope for state berth

by Matt Singledecker
Sunset sweeps top spots against Aloha to go undefeated Third place — a once solemn consolation prize — has never meant so much to so many in the Metro girls' cross country landscape. With the…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Valley Catholic sophomore Jamie Kawaguchi ran a 16:17 at the Sandelie Golf Course in Wilsonville on Friday to help the Valiants placed third as a team.
October 16, 2014

Valiant boys' cross country trolls Tillamook at Sandelie

by Matt Singledecker
The boys’ cross country team Valley Catholic’s Wilder Boyden foresaw in the preseason is formulating at a fortuitous moment. And, it just might be even faster and fitter than originally hoped.…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge junior Jaena Goddard fights off Alohas Alba Ruiz for a ball in the Skyhawk box in the first half of Southridges 5-0 win over the Warriors on Monday.
October 16, 2014

Southridge torches Aloha, moves a step closer to Metro title

by Matt Singledecker
Southridge can smell a Metro League Championship. The Skyhawk girls’ soccer team senses the finish line is near. Their destiny sits in their hands with just two weeks and one mammoth…
Photo Credit: TIMES FILE PHOTO - Beaverton senior wide receiver Robbie Valentine and the Beavers will look to bounce back from their Sunset loss against Southridge on the road this week.
October 16, 2014

Pflug, Sunset storm away from Beaverton

by Jeff Smith
Senior signal caller throws for four scores, runs for one Sunset quarterback Willy Pflug did it all last Friday night as the host Apollo's took care of Beaverton, 49-27, in a Metro League…
Photo Credit: TIMES FILE PHOTO - Southridge southpaw senior quarterback Peyton King steps up into the pocket and fires a shot downfield while getting protection from Jacob Calo. King and the Skyhawks take on Beaverton at home.
October 16, 2014

Race to playoffs starts Friday for Beavers, 'Hawks

by Matt Singledecker
A lot more than neighborhood bragging rights and Twitter barbs will be on the line when the Hatfields and McCoys of Metro feud again at Southridge High School this Friday night. Southridge and…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Beaverton's Sarah Tantare and Mylee Crouse celebrate a Beaver point in the second set of Beaverton's sweep of Westview on Thursday.
October 09, 2014

Beavers bring the juice, jolt Wildcats

by Matt Singledecker
Beaverton volleyball beginning to find its groove in Metro play Now that’s what Beaverton volleyball is supposed to look like. Diving all over the floor with boundless vigor, setting up their…
Photo Credit: TIMES FILE PHOTO - Valley Catholic sophomore quarterback Aidan Welsh threw for 330 yards against Astoria.
October 09, 2014

Valiants still adapting to 4A level

by Jeff Smith
Nobody said moving up to Class 4A would be easy for Valley Catholic. With three of its team captains sidelined due to injury, the host Valiants were knocked off in their first -ever Cowapa…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge senior defender Nikki Nishimura celebrates her second half goal with just 10 minutes to play to help the Skyhawks beat Sunset on Monday.
October 09, 2014

Surly Southridges salts away Sunset in second half

by Matt Singledecker
The team nobody is talking about is swiftly making all sorts of commotion in the league ranks, and is distinctly resourceful and confident enough of creating anarchy in Metro. Underappreciated…

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Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Jesuit's Zach Houlemard and the Crusaders celebrate their 49-44 seesaw battle victory over Westview on Friday. Jesuit overcame a 24-7 first half deficit and got two huge defensive stops in the fourth quarter.
Oct 09, 2014

Jesuit's defense rises to the occasion, clips Westview

by Matt Singledecker
Crusaders come up with two huge stops in the fourth quarter to take first place in Metro Great defenses — and outstanding teams for that matter — aren’t great all the time. They’re just great…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Valley Catholic senior Serena Stoiantschesky ran her first 5,000 at the Southwest Christian Invitational on Friday and finished in 28:54.
Oct 09, 2014

Mannen, Stoiantscheskys shine in Valley varsity debuts

by Matt Singledecker
Given the opportunity to strut their stuff on the varsity level, Valley freshmen Noelle Mannen, Kyra Stoiantschesky and senior Serena Stoiantschesky undoubtedly did not disappoint. With their…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Southridge senior Matt Braun is one of five upperclassmen who have a state championship in each of his three seasons as a Skyhawk.
Oct 09, 2014

Braun, Southridge boys' water polo preparing for four-peat

by Matt Singledecker
Since Matt Braun, Mark Moshofsky and the rest of the Southridge boys’ water polo team’s senior class have been in high school, all they’ve known are state championships. They’re accustomed to…
Photo Credit: TIMES FILE PHOTO - Beaverton sophomore running back Anthony Albright broke out to the tune of 160 rushing yards and two touchdowns against Aloha on Friday. The Beavers outscored the Warriors 26-7 in the second hafl.
Oct 09, 2014

Beavers put past behind them, run by Warriors

by Matt Singledecker
The criteria of a tough team is judged in a number of methods, but two ways can be especially revealing. First, how does a squad respond from a loss, particularly one that was disconcerting and…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Aloha senior forward Junior Cordon watches his first goal of the second half soar toward the right post against Glencoe on Thursday. Cordon scored two goals.
Oct 09, 2014

Warriors fight back, can't overcome slow start

by Matt Singledecker
Chalk it up to the early start time. Pin the loss on the lack of a suitable break between the end of the school day kickoff. Blame Aloha’s sluggish start against Glencoe in the Warriors’ Metro…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - The Valley Catholic boys cross country team, led by Aiden Gillespie and Nathaniel Trobough, helped the Valiants take first at the Southwest Christian Invitational on Friday.
Oct 09, 2014

Gillespie, Norville guide Valley backups to win

by Matt Singledecker
This is how good the Valley Catholic boys’ cross country program has it going right now. Racing at the Southwest Christian Invitational on Friday without its top-four runners who ran the next…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Jesuit's Ariana Wiltjer jumps to try and block Sunset's Emily DeMots spike attempt at the net in the first set of the Crusaders sweep of the Apollos.
Oct 02, 2014

Jesuit volleyball builds confidence, sweeps Sunset

by Matt Singledecker
With uncommon talent comes a special pressure to perform. When a gifted team like Jesuit is clubbing every state title-caliber foe in straight sets and blowing teams away with unlimited power…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Sunset's Maneet Khaira, Jesuit's Max Hite and Sunset's Mark Sussman battle halfway through the Crusaders home meet on Sept. 24. Khaira took first place overall and helped Sunset snap Jesuits 14-year home winning streak in the process.
Oct 02, 2014

Khaira, Apollo boys race past young Crusaders

by Matt Singledecker
Since 2011, the Sunset boys’ cross country team has been building for a meet, and more importantly, a season like this. As talented freshmen learning the ropes of a cutthroat Metro district that…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Westview's Ryan Kister and Jung Kim celebrate Kims second goal of the game against Hermiston on Thursday. Kim scored in the first and second half.
Oct 02, 2014

Westview wakes up in second half, houses Hermiston

by Matt Singledecker
Already dangerous moving the soccer ball and scoring goals, Westview is starting to demonstrate it has purposeful pluck when pushed by an uncompromising opponent. Comfortably ahead 2-0 against…
Photo Credit: TIMES PHOTO: MATT SINGLEDECKER - Westview sophomore wide receiver Mason Elliott (88) and senior tight end Teagan Lind (85) celebrate one of Elliotts four touchdowns against Beaverton on Friday. Westview rolled up 81 points and more than 600 yards of total offense.
Oct 02, 2014

Westview makes it rain on Beaverton, pours on 81 in rout

by Matt Singledecker
The smoke was still billowing off of Austin Brisbee’s right hand, fresh off an 81-42 blowtorching of Beaverton as the Westview quarterback chewed over the proposed question. The senior signal…



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