Athletics - Sept 25-30

By Andy Jones, Athletic Directory

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Athletic News and Program Summaries 

 

Please do not let the student/athletes out of class to go to another teacher to get their forms signed.  They have been instructed to place the form on your desk and pick it up at the end of class.  If they are interfering with your instruction please send me names.

 

 

Monday, September 25

3:00-6:00 pm               Volleyball Practice (Varsity, JV, JVII Black & JVII Red-OCHS Gyms)

3:00-6:00 pm               Varsity/JV Football Practice (Field 1 & 2)

3:00-6:00 pm               Frosh Football (Field 1 & 2)

3:15-5:30 pm               Cross Country Practice (OCHS)

4:00 pm                       Boys JV Soccer vs Tigard (Field 8)

4:15 pm                       Girls JV Soccer at Franklin (Release at 2:30/Bus departs at 2:45)

4:30 pm                       Girls JVII Soccer at Battleground (Wa.) (Release at 2:00/Bus departs at 2:15)

6:00-9:00 pm               Cheer/Dance Practice (Aux. Gym)

7:00 pm                       Boys Varsity Soccer vs Tigard (Stadium)

7:00 pm                       Girls Varsity Soccer at Franklin (Release at 2:30/Bus departs at 2:45)

 

Tuesday, September 26

Weekly Grade Check forms handed out to coaches. (Due Friday, September 29)

3:00-6:00 pm               Varsity/JV Football Practice (Stadium)

3:00-6:00 pm               Frosh Football (Field 1)

3:00-6:00 pm               JVII Red Volleyball Practice (Auxiliary Gym)

3:15-5:30 pm               Cross Country Practice (OCHS)

3:30-5:30 pm               Girls JV Soccer at Practice (Field 8)

4:00-6:00 pm               Boys JV Soccer Practice (Field 7)

5:15-7:00 pm               Girls JVII Soccer Practice (Field 7 & 8)

5:00 pm                       JV Volleyball vs Clackamas (Main Gym)

5:00 pm                       JVII Black Volleyball vs Clackamas (Upper Gym)

6:15 pm                       Varsity Volleyball vs Clackamas (Main Gym)

6:00-8:00 pm               Girls Varsity Soccer Practice (Stadium)

8:00-9:30 pm              Boys Varsity Soccer (Stadium)

 

Wednesday, September 27

2:10-2:50 pm               Study Table OCHS (Presentation Room)

3:00-6:00 pm               Varsity/JV Football Practice (Stadium)

3:00-6:00 pm               Frosh Football (Field 1)

3:00-6:00 pm               Volleyball Practice (Varsity, JV, & JVII Black-OCHS Gyms)

3:30 pm                       Cross Country at Franklin (PIL and MHC Meet) (Release at 1:45/Bus departs at 2:00)

4:00 pm                       Girls JV Soccer vs Gresham (Field 8)

4:00 pm                       Girls JVII Soccer at Skyview (Wa.) (Release at 1:45/Bus departs at 2:00)

4:30 pm                       Boys JV Soccer at Gresham (Release at 2:00/Bus departs at 2:30)

4:30 pm                       Boys Varsity Soccer at Gresham (Release at 2:00/Bus departs at 2:30)

6:00 pm                       Girls JVII Red Volleyball vs Lake Oswego (Main Gym)

6:00-9:00 pm               Cheer/Dance (OCHS Auxiliary Gym)

7:00 pm                       Girls Varsity Soccer vs Gresham (Stadium)

 

Thursday, September 28

3:00-6:00 pm              Varsity Football Practice (Field 1)

3:15-5:30 pm               Cross Country Practice (OCHS)

3:30-6:00 pm               Girls Soccer Practice (Field 8)

3:30-5:30 pm               JV Girls Soccer Practice (Field 7 & 8)

3:00-6:00 pm               JVII Red Volleyball Practice (Auxiliary Gym)

4:00-6:00 pm               Boys JV Soccer Practice (Field 7)

4:00 pm                       JV Football vs Gresham (Release at 2:30/Bus departs at 2:45)

4:00 pm                       Freshmen Football at Gresham (Stadium) (Release at 2:00/Bus departs at 2:00)

5:00 pm                       JV Volleyball at Centennial (Bus departs at 3:15)

5:00 pm                       JVII Black Volleyball at Centennial (Bus departs at 3:15)

5:15-7:00 pm               Girls JVII Soccer Practice

6:15 pm                       Varsity Volleyball at Centennial (Bus departs at 3:15)

6:00-9:00 pm               Cheer/Dance (OCHS Auxiliary Gym)

7:30 pm                       Boys Varsity Soccer Practice (Stadium)

 

Friday, September 22

12:00 pm                     Weekly Grade Check forms DUE to Athletic Director

3:00-6:00 pm               Frosh Football (Field 1)

3:00-6:00 pm               Volleyball Practice (Varsity, JV, & JVII Black-OCHS Gyms)

3:15-5:30 pm               Cross Country Practice (OCHS)

3:30-6:00 pm               Girls Soccer Practice (Stadium)

3:30-5:30 pm               JV Girls Soccer Practice (Field 7 & 8)

3:45 & 5:00 pm            JVII Red Volleyball at North Clackamas Christian (Bus departs at 3:05)

5:15-7:00 pm               JVII Girls Soccer Practice (Field 7)

7:30-9:00 pm               Boys Varsity Soccer Practice (Stadium)

7:00 pm                       Cheer/Dance at Gresham

7:00 pm                       Varsity Football Oregon City at Gresham (Bus departs at 4:15)

 

Saturday, September 16

8:00 am                       JVII Black Volleyball at Oregon City Tournament

8:00 am                       JVII Red Volleyball at Oregon City Tournament

8:00 am                       JV Volleyball at Century Volleyball Invitational (Bus departs at 6:30)

 

Last week summaries: 

 

Cheer and Dance  (Head Coach Lisa Ramage, assistant coaches Lindsey Meade and Gail Lockard)

The first annual Game Day State Championships were held this weekend by the OCCA at North Salem High School. Members of Pioneer Cheer and Dance represented OCHS where teams competed in fight Song, band dance and crowd leading divisions. Varsity competed in the fight song and band dance divisions. JV competed in the band dance division.

 

The varsity placed 3rd in a both divisions. Beating top programs like West Linn, David Douglas, Lakeridge, Sunset, Sprague, North Medford, Lincoln, Wilson, McMinnville, Sheldon, and Westview.

 

The JV’s placed 2nd ahead of Thurston and Lebanon.

 

Boys and Girls Cross Country (Head Coach Brandon Lee assistant Coach Brent Eggers)

 

Cross Country raced in Hillsboro at Meriwether National Golf Course last Friday. There were 41 schools at the event.

Kaari Guelsdorf, Katie Schroeder and Allie Edwards each ran seasons best times to lead the girls varsity. The girl’s team placed 11th overall. Calvin Bryant was top boy finisher with a 5 second personal record, 16:47. Cade Hole, Anthony Lopez, Jonathan Schaffer and Grant Pauli set the boys team score and placed 17th overall. Over half the team recorded their fastest times of the season Friday.

 

Girls Soccer (Head Coach Marshall Brewer, assistant coaches, Joey Leonetti, Tiffani Traver, Casey Clegg, Stephan Berry, and Chelsi Brewer)

Varsity-The Pio girls remained undefeated with two wins last week.  On Tuesday they traveled to Lincoln to take on one of the premier girls soccer program in the state. Right from the start the OC defense did not allow the Cardinals to get anything rolling. The midfielders stepped into every passing lane and forced many turnovers. Amber Jewel got the Lady Pios started with 8 minutes left before half with a great left footed shot that found the corner of the goal. Abi Willett found with a shot to the back of the net 8 minutes into the second half on a well played ball from Nevaeh Taylor. Goal keeper Maddy Steffen had another shutout for OC with 4 amazing saves.

 

On Thursday at home the Pioneers took on LaSalle, the defending 5A state champs. Abi Willett scored just within the first two minutes with the assist going to Amber Jewel. Abi again scored 9 minutes later from a well-played ball from Chloe Leonetti. 15 minutes before half not to be outdone, by her sister Hailey Willett found the back of the net with Hailey Pieratt getting the assist. Maddy Steffen again showed her dominance In the goal by recording her 4th shutout of the season.

The Pioneers are now 5-0-1 and play at Franklin (tonight) at 7:00 and will open up Mt. Hood Conference play with a home game on Wednesday against Gresham at Pioneer Memorial Stadium also starting at 7:00.

 

JV-On Tuesday the JV’s traveled to Delta Park to take on the Lincoln Cardinals. Goals by Haley Craig, Kiera O’Maley and Kassie Priem weren’t enough as the Pios dropped a 5-3 game to the Cardinals..  Thursday was a home tie vs. LaSalle 1-1. Haley Craig scored the lone Oregon City goal.  The Pioneers had LOTS of shots late in the game but couldn't get that winner!  They travel today to Franklin for a 4:15 pm game and return home on Thursday with a 4:00 pm game against conference opponent Gresham on Field 8. 

 

JVII-The JV White Lady Pioneers began the week with a thrilling 3-3 draw on the road at Camas High School as they trailed three times in the match only to battle back each time. Freshman Mallory Hugo scored her first goal of the season in the first half to draw the Lady Pios even 1-1 at halftime. Both, Freshman Kortney Keylock and Hugo would score goals in the second half.

 

JVII- Against South Salem High School on Wednesday that was played in a downpour of rain the Pios had good fortune as they beat South Salem 5-0. The ladies scored all five goals in the first half as freshmen forwards Kortney Keylock, Mallory Hugo and Madison Gjovik accounted for all the five goals. Keylock scored a hat trick (three goals) in a span of under 15 minutes. The backline of freshmen defenders led by Kara Sipes, Emily Burgoyne, Anna Keylock, Alex Smith, and Alana Ramos did not allow any quality scoring chances for South Salem in the match.

Next up for the JVII Pioneers are a pair of road games at Battle Ground High School on Monday, Sept. 25 at 4:15 p.m. and on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 4:00 p.m. at Skyview High School.pm.

 

Boys Soccer (Head Coach Josh Cameron, assistant coaches Edgar Mora Mendoza, Dave Jordal, and Ian Feldt)

Varsity- The varsity boys hosted Battle for the Bridge rival West Linn last Tuesday and came up on the short end of a 2-0 loss to the Lions. On Thursday they traveled to Canby and took on former Three Rivers foe Canby and came home with a 2-0 win over the Cougars.  Anthony Avellenada had a two goals and an assist in the second half in the win. With the score 0-0 at halftime, Anthony came in and changed the game for Pioneers.  The team had a very solid performance! 

The Pioneers will host the Tigard Tigers today in a 7:00 pm at Pioneer Memorial Stadium and then travel to Gresham on Wednesday to take on the Gophers in their MHC opener in a 4:30 match.

 

JV- The JV boys dropped both matches last week.  On Tuesday they lost at home to the West Linn Lions 5-0 and on Thursday at Canby were defeated 1-0.  Josepher Juarez -Cruz played a strong game in goal for the pioneers against Canby making multiple saves.

The Pioneers will host the Tigard Tigers today in a 4:00 pm on OC Field 8 and then travel to Gresham on Wednesday to take on the Gophers in their MHC opener in a 4:30 match.

 

Volleyball (Head Coach Head Leejay Lee, assistant coaches Doug Keightley, Richard Haner, Kathleen McCord, Erica Frajford, Emily McAlindin and Sara Wilcox)

Varsity-No results received for publication. They do have a big week coming up.  They host the Clackamas Cavaliers on Tuesday at home starting at 6:15 and then on Thursday they travel to Centennial for another 6:15 match.

 

JV- No results received for publication. Today they will host Clackamas at 5:00 in the Main Gym on Tuesday and on Thursday travel to Centennial for another 5:00 pm match and this Saturday they will be playing in the Liberty High School Tournament beginning at 8:00 am.

 

JVII Black- The JVII Black team had another great week of volleyball. On Tuesday, the Pioneers defeated a tough Central Catholic team in 3 sets. The match was exciting to watch and every Pioneer player contributed to the win. It was the teams best match of the season.! The team continued on playing well and recorded another win against Reynolds on Thursday.

 

Saturday, the Pioneers participated in the West Linn JVII tournament. Continuing to improve each match, the Pioneers placed 2nd in pool play to advance to the Championship bracket. However, after a successful morning, the Pioneers couldn’t defeat a very strong Jesuit team. They lost the match in 2 sets. Overall, the team was pleased with their performance and look forward to their upcoming matches this next week.  On Tuesday they will host Clackamas at 5:00 pm in the Upper Gym and on Thursday they will travel to Centennial for another 5:00 pm match.

 

JVII Red- The JVII Red split their matches last week.  On Wednesday they travelled to Scappoose and came home with a 25-16, 25-13 win.  On Friday they traveled to North Clackamas Christian and were defeated by the Saints 27-25, 11-25, and 3-15.  They play at home on Wednesday against Lake Oswego at 6:00 pm.  On Friday they travel back to NCC for a 3:45 and 5:00 pm match and on Saturday will participate in the Oregon City JVII Volleyball Tournament beginning at 8:00 am.

 

Football (Head Coach Dustin Janz, assistant coaches Bryan Swanson, Jason Daniels, Bruce Borgelt, Bob Taylor, Ed Miller, Cesar Martinez, Brian Craven, Jeremy Johnson, Justin Barchus, and Kelly Murphy)

Varsity-The OC Pioneers won their third straight game and second straight MHC game to run their record to 3-1 and 2-0 in conference.   Teron Bradford led all wide receivers with 66 yards and had a 53-yard punt return for a TD.  Ethan Kassebaum led the rushing attack with 101 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Zee Dennis-Lee added 80 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns, and also had a 69-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.  Quarterback Austin Bonner went 7 for 9 passing for 125 yards with 2 touchdowns and added a 45-yard touchdown run.  Wyatt Lovell had his 3rd field goal in 3 games, this one from 35 yards out.

 

The Pioneer defense held Douglas to 45 TOTAL yards through 3.5 Quarters and the Royal Scots managed ONLY 36 yards TOTAL rushing.

 

The Pioneers will travel to Gresham this Friday for another Mt. Hood Conference game.  Kick off is at 7:00 pm.

 

 

JV-The JV’s won their second game in a row after starting their season 0-2.  They traveled to David Douglas last week and came home with a 27-0 win.  The Pioneers threw for four touchdown passes in the game.  Brian Ross threw touchdown passes to Nathan Earhart, Cross Chianello and Calvin Green.  Quin Gunther added the other touchdown pass to Cole Lundmark.  Kicker Atlee Dodge connect on three of the four extra point attempts.  They return home this Thursday for a 4:00 pm game against the Gresham Gophers.

 

Freshmen- The Frosh Pioneers won for the second week in row with a 37-0 win over David Douglas.  Christian Ferreyra had 2 interceptions, a 6-yard rushing touchdown, and a 33 yard FG. Mason Bertini had one interception.  Zachary Woods 5 tackles, 6 assists,  Parker Farabee 6 tackles, 1 assist, and 2 sacks.  Jimmye Lerum 4 tackles and 6 assists.  Khalel DeWeese, two defensive fumble recoveries.  Logan Peyton 4 tackles, 3 assists, 2 touchdowns, one on a 56 yard pass from Gibsen