Milwaukie boys and girls soccer teams hosted a doubleheader against local rival Rex Putnam October 9th drawing a large crowd supporting both schools. The boys kicked off the evening's first match with the sides finishing in a 0-0 draw. The girls were able to net goals giving their fans reason to celebrate, but neither team were able to put a winner away having to settle with a 1-1 draw. Putnam midfielder Sophia Stumpf put the Kingsmen up 1-0 in the first half with a 20 yard shot. With 13 minutes to play in the second half, Milwaukie midfielder Ellie Holmes knocked in a loose ball off a free kick by Emily McCarty to even the match.
Boys Game Report on the Clackamas Review Website: http://portlandtribune.com/cr/25-sports/276584-152635-mustangs-kingsmen-are-looking-good
Girls Game Report on the Clackamas Review Website: http://portlandtribune.com/cr/25-sports/276591-152648-local-girls-teams-play-to-a-1-1-draw
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Rex Putnam midfielder Chris Taylor (12) dribbles the ball up the wing under pressure from Jerry Navarrete (17) of Milwaukie.
Rex Putnam midfielder Chris Taylor (12) slides for a tackle against Evan McClelland (12) of Milwaukie.
Even McClelland (12) of Milwaukie battle for a ball in midfield against Rex Putnam forward Tanner Ujifusa (8).
Juan Gudino (6) of Milwaukie wins an aerial challenge against Rex Putnam midfielder Emilio Rodgers (11).
Devin Duval (7) of Milwaukie battles for a loose ball against Rex Putnam midfielder Garrett Benedict (3).
Milwaukie OSAA 5A first team all-state goalkeeper Juan De Dios Inzunza makes a diving save off a first half Putnam free kick.
Rex Putnam defender Drew Urben (15) reaches to control the ball during the second half.
Milwaukie midfielder Ellie Holmes (4) battles for a loose ball under pressure from Rex Putnam midfielder Abigail Herbert (10).
Rex Putnam midfielder Megan Spaulding (11) plays the ball over the reach of the on-rushing Milwaukie goalkeeper Celeste Levasseur (00) with the ball settling into the goal, however the play was called back due to a Rex Putnam foul.
Rex Putnam midfielder Kate Potter (3) and Milwaukie forward MaKenna Presley (right) challenge for a loose ball during the second half.
Milwaukie midfielder Noelani McGowan (1) dribbles the ball under pressure from Rex Putnam midfielder Megan Spaulding (11).
Milwaukie midfielder Ellie Holmes (4) celebrates her goal with 13:38 left in the second half to tie the match 1-1.
Rex Putnam midfielder Megan Spaulding (11) dribbles the ball forward during the second half.
In early October the Portland Trailblazers hold a party at the Moda Center to celebrate the opening of the new NBA season. Their annual get-together with their loyal Blazermaniacs is call Fan Fest. The event is free to all and when the doors open at 6pm many Blazer players are on hand welcoming the 14,000 fans as they enter the Moda Center. Blazer players also participated in an open Q&A with fans on the main concourse. The evening is very loose, festive and interactive. The main event of the evening is a scrimmage between the black team led by Damian Lillard against the white team featuring Meyers Leonard and CJ McCollum. The hotly contested game came down to the buzzer as the white team leading 31-30 intercepted an inbound play intended for Lillard to hold on for the win.
More Photos on the Portland Tribune Web Site: http://portlandtribune.com/pt/254-sports/trail-blazers/275585-151531-slideshow-blazers-fan-fest
Portland Trailblazer guard Damian Lillard takes a selfie with fans as they enter the Moda Center for Fan Fest 2015.
Portland Trailblazer guard Luis Montero greets fans as they enter the Moda Center for Fan Fest 2015.
Trailblazer forward Mason Plumlee (24) blocks the layup attempt by CJ McCollum (3) during the first quarter of the Blazer Fan Fest scrimmage. Also pictured are Noah Vonleh (21) and Ed Davis (17).
Trailblazer forward Meyers Leonard (11) dunks the ball on a second quarter break during the Blazer Fan Fest scrimmage.
Trailblazer guard CJ McCullum (right) shoots over the reach of forward Omari Johnson (1) during the second quarter of the Blazer Fan Fest scrimmage.
Trailblazer guard Damian Lillard (0) shoots a jumper in the lane during the third quarter of the Fan Fest scrimmage.
Trailblazer forward Omari Johnson (1) dunks the ball on the tail end of a fourth quarter fast break during the Fan Fest scrimmage.
Trailblazer guard CJ McCullum (3) sets of on a fast break past forward Noah Vonleh (left) during the first quarter of the Fan Fest scrimmage.
Trailblazer guard Damian Lillard dunks the ball at the buzzer ending the first quarter. The basket counted as referees did not have the benefit of instant replay during the Fan Fest scrimmage.
Trailblazer forward Maurice Harkless dunks the ball during the third quarter of the Fan Fest scrimmage.
Blazer dancers perform during a break in the action of the Fan Fest scrimmage.
Damian Lillard (0) shares a humorous moment with Maurice Harkless (left) as he holds up the trophy he was presented as the MVP of the Fan Fest scrimmage.
Trailblazer guard Damian Lillard greats fans as he exists the Moda Center court following Fan Fest scrimmage.
The Clackamas Cavaliers rolled to a 38-22 Three Rivers Conference victory over Centennial to keep their 2015 record unblemished at 5-0 (3-0 in conference). Centennial started their season with more promise in many years with three straight high-scoring wins, however the Eagles traveled to Cavalier Stadium after a 42-6 loss to Central Catholic. Centennial got on the board first with a 13 yard touchdown run midway through the first quarter from quarterback Trevor Thornton. Clackamas scored the next four touchdown, added a Drew Dayton fieldgoal and one more touchdown off a 25 yard pass reception by Alex Hern with 1:39 left in the third quarter. Centennial attempted to claw its way back into the game with two rushing touchdowns of 50 and 35 yards by Shawn King, but the Cavaliers' defense held strong to close out the game securing the win.
Clackamas Review Game Report: http://portlandtribune.com/pt/251-sports/prep-football/275510-151461-a-very-happy-homecoming-
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Clackamas wide receiver David Benintendi (7) pulls down a 45 pass completion down to the eleven yard line of Centennial with 4:06 left in the second quarter.
Centennial running back Jesse Porter (28) runs for a five yard gain late in the first quarter.
Clackamas defensive linemen Cole Loboy (33), Joe Leontyuk (36) and Devon Riddle (50) smother Centennial running back Jesse Porter (28) at the line of scrimmage during a first quarter drive.
Clackamas running back Richie Mock-Seratt (25) runs for an eight yard gain down to the Centennial four yard line with 11:39 left in the second quarter.
Centennial quarterback Mychael Kane (6) throws a screen pass to Jesse Porter during a second quarter drive.
Clackamas defensive back Jakob Walter (10) wraps up Centennial running back Shawn King (5) to bring him down short of a first down during a second quarter third down play.
Two Clackamas ball boys stand atop the team bench to get a better view of the action during the Cavaliers homecoming game against Centennial.
The Liberty Falcons took advantage of costly turnovers by Rex Putnam to cruise to a 41-6 victory at the Rex Putnam' Foelker Field on homecoming night for the Kingsmen. With the score tied 6-6 at the half, Putnam felt in good position to challenge the No. 2 OSAA 5A Falcons in the second half. Liberty running back Devin Kaneshiro quickly dash the Kingmen's hopes as he ran for a 68 yard touchdown 2:30 into the third quarter. In just a little over a minute later defensive lineman Bailey Haines recovered a Putnam fumble and road the expressway to the endzone for a 71 yard touchdown. Liberty added touchdowns by Charles Clark, Yousef Koborsi and Minoo Ha to round out the scoring.
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Rex Putnam running back Beau Winters (8) runs for a short gain in the first quarter before being brought down by Liberty linebacker Devin Thompson (left).
Liberty running back Devin Kaneshiro (4) cuts into a gap in the Putnam defensive line to get into the endzone for a touchdown with 6:51 left in the first quarter.
Rex Putnam running back Jesse Countryman (2) runs for a first down during a first quarter drive.
Rex Putnam Senior Keegan Brooks (kneeling) celebrates as he is proclaimed Homecoming King for 22015.
Rex Putnam Senior Veronica Kidby celebrates being selected as Homecoming Queen 2015.
Liberty running back Minoo Ha (4) slips past Rex Putnam linebacker Ammon Rial (44) in the backfield as he goes on for a 13 yard gain during the third quarter.
Rex Putnam quarterback Jake Hamilton (7) readies for the snap during a third quarter drive.
Liberty running back Charles Clark (20) celebrates his 36 yard touchdown run with 1:12 to go in the third quarter.
Glencoe and Hillsboro High Schools played to a 1-1 draw during a pre-season contest at the Hare Field Stadium in Hillsboro, Oregon. With each team having opportunities to notch a goal in the first half, the match remained scoreless until Glencoe midfielder Noah Spellman headed the ball into the net off a far post cross from Javier Cazares with 27:51 remaining in the second half. Hillsboro evened up the score with a goal from Miguel Tena-Palomares.
Glencoe goalkeeper Cameron Svenson (right) comes off his line to save a volley by Hillsboro defender Ramon Mercado Quezada (left) in the first half of the pre-seaon match between the rival Hillsboro schools.
Defender Ethan Vanderzanden (right) of Glencoe beats Hillsboro forward Roberto Mora (left) to the ball breaking up a first half attack during the pre-season derby at Hare Field in Hillsboro.
Glencoe midfielder Noah Spellman (17) heads the ball into the net off the far post cross past Hillsboro defenders Luis Guevara (15), Juan Pedro Moreno Olmeda (14) and goalkeeper Jose Rodriquez (in red). Spellman's goal gave the Tide a 1-0 lead with 27:51 left in the second half of the match.
Glencoe midfielder Noah Spellman (17) celebrates his goal off a far post header as Hillsboro goalkeeper Jose Rodriquez (in red) lays on the ground in frustration as Spellman's goal gave the Tide a 1-0 lead with 27:51 left in the second half of the match.
Glencoe forward Noah Spellman advances the ball through midfield during the second half of the Crimson Tide's match against local rival Hillsboro High. Spelman scored Glencoe's lone goal with a second half goal off a far post header.
Glencoe forward Jonathan Medel Tellez (right) connects with a through ball from midfield to on a break while defended by Hillsboro defender Kevin Estrella (left) during the second half of the pre-season derby match at Hare Field in Hillsboro.
Glencoe midfielder Eddie Sauceda (5) slides to win a tackle against Hillsboro Sergio Aquilar (foreground) during the second half of the Tide's derby match against Hillsboro High at Hare Field in Hillsboro.