OSAA Releases Guidelines Surrounding Summer Sports Workouts

By Patrick Brown, Writer

May 28, 2020

Ever since the cancellation of all spring activities, next year’s sports seasons have been up in the air. There is a lot of uncertainty about whether or not they will happen, and nobody seems to have an answer. Student athletes have been worried and wondering if they will get to play next year. If so, what will that look like...

Senior Aidan Burns dribbles through Franklin defence

Boys Soccer: Warriors Season Ends in Heartbreak

November 13, 2019

After their defeat of Newberg, Sunset and then Reynolds in the quarterfinals, it was time for the Warriors to...

Harry Ritter-West goes for the ball at Gresham High School in the OSAA Quarterfinals

Boys Soccer: Strikers Shine in Historic Cleveland Win

November 10, 2019

After defeating #21 Newberg and #7 Sunset in the first two rounds, The Warriors headed to Gresham High...

Junior, Saul Sosa looks for a pass.

Warriors Look to Win PIL

October 22, 2019

The Cleveland Warriors have taken the season by storm. As the third ranked team in the state, They have ch...

Cleveland Claims Southeast Cup

Cleveland Football Defeats Franklin To Win Southeast Cup

September 24, 2019

The Cleveland Warriors beat Franklin Lightning 31-14 on Sept. 6 in the season opener, winning the Sout...

Field Frustrations at Cleveland

By Mirabella Miller and Jennifer Singh

October 31, 2018

Over the summer, Cleveland’s field was re-turfed in order to make it safer for athletes. However, the project has caused major delays for fall sports teams, leading to confusion, longer commutes to makeshift fields, and cancelled practices and games. Student athletes were expecting a new field towards the beginning of the summe...

Warriors Cross Country Kicks Up Dust At Northwest Classic

By Dominic Zupo, Sports Editor

October 4, 2018

The cross country team participated in the Northwest Classic on Sept. 15 at Lane Community College, placing 13th out of 28 teams for the boys and 19th for the girls. Coach Mark Hale-Brown said the course, unlike the rugged Ultimook course with its river crossings, was dry and optimal for producing fast times. “The co...

Warriors Cross Country Team Starts the Season off on the Right Foot.

By Dominic Zupo, Sports editor

September 28, 2018

As the 2018-2019 school year begins, there are changes happening all over Cleveland. New coaches, teachers, a new field.  Everywhere you look things are starting anew. In contrast, the Warriors cross country team had a familiar start to their season. Ultimook is a race like no other, it takes place on a flower farm on the Oregon...

The varsity soccer team celebrates the 1-0 win over Franklin Sept. 25. Mo Mohamed scored the winning goal about 15 minutes into the second half. The victory meant the Warriors would bring the Southeast Cup home to Cleveland for the first time in two years.

Boys Soccer: Cleveland Warriors Reclaim Southeast Cup

September 26, 2018

With the non-league season in the books, the PIL is finally underway and for the Warriors, the rival...

Varsity Football: Week Two Leads To Second Heartbreaker

By Dominic Zupo, Sports Editor

September 24, 2018

The Warriors came into their second game of the season against Wilson Sept. 7 determined to come out on top. The Trojans’ struggles on the football field are similar to Cleveland’s, with both schools dropping to the 5A level. This was a game to see who had succeeded in revamping their team.   To prepare, Cleveland had...

Ruben Valle II runs against Wilsonville on Sept. 14. The Warriors lost 49-7 to fall to 0-3.

Cleveland Warriors Fall to Wilsonville in Week Three

September 24, 2018

The Cleveland Warriors’ varsity football team hoped for a strong showing against Wilsonville, but their ...

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