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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...

OGA Junior Player of the Year

Kyra Ly Named Oregon Junior Golf Player of the Year

November 21, 2019

Cleveland golfer Kyra Ly, sophomore, was named Oregon Junior Golf Player of the Year by the Oregon Golf ...

Mohammad Mohammad protects the ball, hoping to score a goal for his team during the game against Roosevelt. Photo by Jaden Rapaport.

CHS Men’s Soccer Reaches Playoffs

December 12, 2017

Cleveland was at the peak of their game during the start and end of their season. They had a five game wi...

Cleveland Sweeps League Awards

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

December 12, 2017

Cleveland Girls Soccer Head Coach Emily Ngan was honored with PIL Coach of the Year, and senior Ella Burke received PIL Player of the Year. These awards capped off an impressive 2017 season for the girls soccer program. “When I learned I had won the Coach of the Year award I was humbled and honored,” Ngan said. “Al...

Taking a stand — or a knee — on the National Anthem

Various teams at Cleveland take a knee or stand during the national anthem. Photos by Jaden Rapaport. Graphic by Lily Beeson-Norwitz

By Sophie Weir and Lily Tewfik

October 31, 2017

Last year, Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the National Anthem, protesting police brutality ag...

Varsity Girls Soccer: Warriors Triumph Over Grant in Senior Night Game

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

October 17, 2017

The Warriors (9-1-1, 4-0) clinched a 2-1 win over Grant (3-1-1, 9-1-2) on Oct. 11, 2017, during their Senior Night. The goals came from two senior captains, Julia Downing and Lauryn Ruegg. This nail-biting win was huge for the team because Grant was their toughest league opponent this year. “Grant always comes to win,”...

Varsity Girls Soccer: Warriors Win Against Centennial

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

September 14, 2017

The girls’ varsity soccer team fought hard to come away with a 3-0 win over the Centennial Eagles on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Two goals came from sophomore Avery Kyle and one goal was scored by senior Ellie Mortensen. “We showed up to their field ready to work hard and get a win,” said junior Eliza Herring. “At first i...

Varsity Girls Soccer: Warriors Tie in Third Game of the Season

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

September 14, 2017

The Cleveland girls’ varsity team tied 0-0 in a home game against the Barlow Bruins (1-0-1) Thursday night. “We fought hard for each other and are happy to have protected our home field against a competitive team like Barlow,” said senior and captain Ella Burke. The tie brings the Warriors to 1-1-1 on the season. In fut...

Eli Morse Continues Baseball at University of Portland

By Allie Montgomery, Sports Editor

May 23, 2017

As the list of scheduled games for baseball gets shorter and shorter, many seniors will be swinging the bat for the last time. However, Eli Morse’s time on the field is far from over as he will continue on to play for the University of Portland. His career started when he was just 18 months old, so the sport has become seco...

All of the inductees pose together with their plaques.

Cleveland’s Athletic Hall of Fame Welcomes Newest Inductees

March 10, 2017

A four-time top goal scorer, a champion wrestler, a softball star, and the entire men’s varsity bask...

Cleveland Volleyball: Preparing for the Playoffs

By Sam Gavitte, Reporter

October 24, 2016

Cleveland has a history as a strong contender in volleyball, and they are continuing that tradition this year. They are ranked 20th in the state and fourth in the PIL and have a record of 17-6. Lincoln is ranked first in the PIL after finishing with an 18-4 record. Recently they were on a winning streak, winning five in a row, a...

An Overview of Fantasy Football

By Tillman Degens and Noah Kemper

September 30, 2016

What really makes something a sport? With the introduction of ESports into today’s media, the question has been furiously debated. Can we call any competition a sport? Maybe not, but some sure do feel like them. Fantasy football comes to mind every time the NFL season comes around in the fall. While fantasy football might not have all th...

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