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Clackamas CC's West set for NJCAA wrestling title run

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

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

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Williams-Goss fits in nicely with No. 4 Bulldogs

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Putnam girls roll past Parkrose in NWOC opener

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Milwaukie wrestlers rally, take down Hillsboro, 40-34

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Girls basketball: Wilsonville holds off Milwaukie in thrilling league opener

Milwaukie comes within one shot of tying its game against Wilsonville

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La Salle rocks South Salem to claim Shootout title, 67-34

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Defense lifts Clackamas past Beaverton in LSI opener

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La Salle pulls away from Gresham for 'funky' win

La Salle pulls away from Gresham for 'funky' win

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Second-quarter surge sends Clackamas past Tigard 69-56

Second-quarter surge sends Clackamas past Tigard 69-56

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Milwaukie girls run the floor to beat Scots

Milwaukie girls run the floor to beat Scots

The Mustangs use an 18-point second quarter to build a double-digit lead

Oregon City boys hold off visiting Tualatin, 51-48

Oregon City boys hold off visiting Tualatin, 51-48

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Second-half burst lifts Putnam over Gresham, 74-62

Second-half burst lifts Putnam over Gresham, 74-62

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La Salle girls adjust on fly, down Silverton, 47-32

La Salle girls adjust on fly, down Silverton, 47-32

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Clackamas CC wrestler takes fast track to Division I offer

Clackamas CC wrestler takes fast track to Division I offer

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New La Salle coach wants Pemberton to 'set table'

New La Salle coach wants Pemberton to 'set table'

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Revamped Pioneers' lineup has room to grow and grow

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Clackamas boys drop opener at Jesuit, 85-76

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Clackamas playoff run ends with 41-20 loss in semis

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Clackamas run game too much for Beaverton, 29-21

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Second-half surge sends Clackamas past Centennial, 63-42

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La Salle wins 2-0, advances to 5A girls soccer final

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    Gladstone girls close out tourney on high note

    by From staff reports
    Grace Campbell's double-double helped lead Gladiators to a 39-24 victory Saturday morning over Junction City.
    Dec 17, 2016

    Unbeaten Cougars dominate Southern Oregon, 33-6

    by Jim Beseda
    No. 2-ranked Josh Reyes pushed his record to 16-0 with a 3-2 decision at 149, helping the Cougars improve to 12-0
    Logan Law
    Dec 16, 2016

    Milwaukie's Law finishes strong at USATF meet

    by Jim Beseda
    Logan Law placed 15th in the boys' 11-12 division at the USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships in Alabama.
    CLACKAMAS REVIEW: MATT RAWLINGS - Kanani Kremers leads the fast break for Rex Putnam
    Dec 14, 2016

    Putnam takes down Centennial, improves to 4-0

    by Matt Rawlings
    Kingsmen's stifiing defense , timely offense stimies Eagles in 46-26 road win
    REVIEW/NEWS PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - Elijah Gonzales will lead Clackamas into the Les Schwab Invitational for the fourth time in five seasons.
    Dec 12, 2016

    Clackamas draws Beaverton in LSI tourney opener

    by Staff reports
    The Cavaliers are making their fourth appearance in the past five seasons at the Dec. 27-30 Les Schwab Invitational boys' basketball…
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    Dec 09, 2016

    Clackamas Cavaliers - Athlete of the Week - Dec. 7, 2016

    by Kendra McGowan
    Congratulations to Ellyonna Bankofier of Clackamas High School for being selected as the Clackamas Review's Athlete of the Week. The…
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    Dec 09, 2016

    Rex Putnam - Athlete of the Week - Dec. 7, 2016

    by Kendra McGowan
    Congratulations to Haley Brandel of Rex Putnam High School for being selected as the Clackamas Review's Athlete of the Week. The…
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    Dec 09, 2016

    Milwaukie Mustangs - Athlete of the Week - Dec. 7, 2016

    by Kendra McGowan
    Congratulations to Matthew Lee of Milwaukie High School for being selected as the Clackamas Review's Athlete of the Week. The Review's…