Athletics - April 1 -7

By Andy Jones, Athletic Directory

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Athletic News and Program Summaries 

 

Monday, April 2

3:15-6:00 Rugby Practice (Field 1)

3:30-Boys Tennis at Barlow (release at 1:45/bus departs at 2:00)

3:30 Girls Tennis vs Barlow (OCHS Tennis Courts)

3:15-6:00 Boys & Girls Track Practice (Stadium)

3:30-5:30 Girls Golf Practice (Stonecreek Golf Club)

3:30-5:30 Boys Golf Practice (Stonecreek Golf Club)

4:00-6:00 Girls JV Lacrosse Practice (Field 2/JROTC)

5:00 Varsity Baseball at Centennial (bus departs at 3:25)

5:00 JV Baseball at Reynolds (at Reynolds Middle School) (bus departs at 3:15)

5:00 Frosh Baseball vs Centennial at OC (Matille Field)-5:00

5:00 Girls Varsity Softball vs Tualatin (Field 5)

6:30 Girls JV Softball vs Tualatin (Field 5)

6:00-8:00 Boys Lacrosse Practice (Stadium)

6:00 Girls JV Lacrosse at Wilsonville

7:40 Varsity Girls Lacrosse at Wilsonville

 

Tuesday, April 3

1:00 Boys Golf at Arrowhead (Release at 10:00)

3:15-6:00 Rugby Practice (Field 1)

3:15-6:00 Boys & Girls Track Practice (Stadium)

3:30 Boys Tennis vs Centennial (OCHS Tennis Courts)

3:30 Girls Tennis at Centennial (Release at 1:45/Bus departs at 2:00)

3:30-5:30 Girls Golf Practice (Stonecreek Golf Club)

3:30-5:30 Boys Golf Practice (Stonecreek Golf Club)

4:00-6:00 Girls JV Lacrosse Practice (Field 2/JROTC)

5:00 Boys Varsity Baseball vs Centennial (Bauer Field)

5:00 Boys Freshmen Baseball at Centennial (bus departs at 3:15)

5:00 Boys JV Baseball vs Reynolds (Matille Field)

5:00 Girls Varsity Softball vs West Linn (Field 5)

6:00-9:00 Girls Lacrosse Practice (Field #1)

6:30 Girls JV Softball vs West Linn (Field 5)

7:00 Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs Cleveland (Stadium)

 

Wednesday, April 4

1:00 Girls Golf at Gresham Golf Club (Release at

2:30-5:30 Rugby Practice (Field 1)

3:00-6:00 Girls Tennis (Commons/Auxiliary Gym/Tennis Courts)

3:00-6:00 Boys Tennis (Lower D/E Lobby or Lower Tennis Courts)

3:15-6:00 Baseball Practice-All Teams (Fields 3 & 4/Hitting Building)

3:15-6:00 Softball Practice-All Teams (Fields 5 & 6/Hitting Building)

3:30-5:30 Boys Lacrosse Practice (Field 8)

3:30-5:30 Boys Golf Practice (Stonecreek Golf Club)

4:00 Boys & Girls Track vs Central Catholic and Clackamas (Stadium)

4:00-6:00 Girls JV Lacrosse Practice (Field 2/JROTC)

6:00-9:00 Girls Varsity Lacrosse Practice (Field 1)

 

Thursday, April 6

1:00 Boys Golf at Gresham Golf Club (release at 10:00)

3:15-6:00 Rugby Practice (Field 1)

3:15-6:00 Baseball Practice-All Teams (Fields 3 & 4/Hitting Building)

3:15-6:00 Softball Practice-All Teams (Fields 5 & 6/Hitting Building)

3:15-6:00 Boys & Girls Track Practice (Stadium)

3:30-5:30 Girls Golf Practice (Stonecreek Golf Club)

3:30 Boys Tennis vs Clackamas (OCHS Tennis Courts)

4:00 Girls Tennis vs Clackamas (Release at 2:45/Bus departs at 3:00)

4:00-6:00 Girls JV Lacrosse Practice (Field 2/JROTC)

5:00 JV Softball at Westview (Release at 2:30/Bus departs at 2:45)

6:00-8:00 Boys Lacrosse Practice (Stadium)

7:00-9:00 Girls Lacrosse Practice (Stadium)

 

Friday, April 6

2:30 West Salem Titan Invitational (Release at 11:45/Bus departs at 12:00)

3:00-6:00 Girls Tennis (Commons/Auxiliary Gym/Tennis Courts)

3:30-6:00 Rugby Practice (Field 1)

3:30-5:30 Boys Golf Practice (Stonecreek Golf Club)

3:30-5:30 Girls Golf Practice ((Stonecreek Golf Club)

3:15-6:00 Softball Practice-All Teams (Fields 5 & 6/Hitting Building)

3:30-5:30 Boys Lacrosse Practice (Field 8)

5:00 Frosh Baseball at Central Catholic at Westmoreland (Bus departs at 3:30)

5:00 Varsity Baseball vs Central Catholic (Bauer Field)

5:00 JV Baseball vs Central Catholic (Matille Field)

6:30 Girls JV Lacrosse vs Beaverton (Stadium)

8:00 Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs Beaverton (Stadium)

 

Saturday, April 7
10:00 Oregon Pioneer Rugby Club at Newberg (Renne Field in Newberg)
 
 
 

Last week summaries: 

Below you will find results from last week on how the Oregon City teams fared.

 

Pioneer Cheer and Dance (Head Coach Lisa Ramage, assisted by Lindsey Mead and Gail Hoskins)

As part of the Scarlet Brigade, Pioneer Cheer and Dance began their Spring Break representing OCHS in Disneyland. 34 Pioneer Cheer & Dance athletes plus JROTC and Color Guard marched down Main Street as the band played Dancing Queen and Hooked on a Feeling.  All adults in attendance were extremely proud of our students.

 

JROTC (Major Doug Thomas and 1st Sergeant Darin Larson)

21 Cadets accompanied the Scarlet Brigade, Pioneer Cheer & Dance and the OC Color Guard in representing OCHS down Main Street at Disneyland over Spring Break.

 

OC Clay Target Team (Coach Dale Nelson)

This Wednesday, April 4, will be our first official Clay Target League Practice.  All fees should be paid to the High School office before coming to the range on Wednesday.

The first two weeks are practice.  It will be quite busy at the range; please arrive as early as possible so you can get our rounds in.  

Baseball-Varsity (Head Coach JJ Winkle, assisted by Justin Bugni and Mike Lord)

The Pioneers OC Varsity went 2-1 over spring break. Playing in a tournament at Tigard.  On the first day they faced Beaverton and lost 3-0. Kyle Roley and Jordan Beard got the lone hits in the game.

On Monday they beat Canby 2-1. Christian Mansfield went the distance on the mound striking out 7 and walking 1. He only gave up 2 hits. Hunter Manassero had a 2 out RBI hit and Kyle Roley had an RBI double.

In the final game of the tournament the Pios beat Liberty 7-1. Trey Curtiss threw 6 strong innings only giving up 5 hits. Tanner Osborne went 3 for 4 at the plate. Alan Scott went 2 for 4 at the plate. 

 

The Pios will start league on Monday, April 2 at Centennial.  They will host Centennial on Tuesday, April 3 and then finish the week (Friday, April 6) hosting Central Catholic.  All games are schedule to start at 5:00 pm.

 

Baseball-JV (Head Coach Travis Stein, assisted by Colin Smith)

No information received.

The team will travel to Reynolds today (Tuesday, April 3) for a game against the Raiders at Reynolds Middle School and will host the Central Catholic Rams on Friday at 5:00.

 

Baseball-Freshmen (Coaches Dave Jordal, Tim Richardson, Tyson Lowther and Rick Elyea)

The Freshmen baseball team went 3-1 last week at a tournament at the new Mountainside High School in Beaverton.  Playing 4 games in two days the Pioneers beat Mountainside 2-1, beat Gladstone 17-5, beat McKay 22-1 and lost to West Albany 5-1. 

 

The team played some great defense and the bats where alive to help the team get in some great practice before league begins this week.

 

The frosh host Centennial on Monday, April 2, travel to Centennial on Tuesday, April 3 and will play at Central Catholic (at Westmoreland Field).  All games start at 5:00.

 

Girls Softball-Varsity (Head Coach Dave Adelhart, assisted by Chris Parrish, Mike Genskay and Nathan Hornback)

The Lady Pioneers improved their record to 6-1 last week with four wins at the Putnam Spring Tournament.  On Monday the Lady Pios beat Roosevelt 9-5 and then turned around later in the day and beat Madison 16-1.  On Tuesday OC beat Hillsborro 8-0 and finished off the tournament with a 17-0 win over Molalla.

Morgan Hornback led the way with 2 homeruns, Hannah Stewart and Isabelle Lewis both added homerun against Roosevelt. Isabelle Lewis was 3 for 4 with 3 rbi’s and Morgan Hornback went 2-3 with 2 doubles and 3 rbi’s.

Against Hillsboro Morgan Hornback again had two homeruns (and 4 rbi’s) and Zoie Iverson went 3-3 with 2 rbi’s.  Against Molalla the team had 17 hits and Aliyah Kelly pitched a shutout with 2 strikeouts.  Ashley Spencer had 3 hits to lead the pioneers.

 

In 3 games Morgan Hornback struck out 25 batters and only gave up 1 earned run.  The Pioneers host West Linn today (Tuesday, April 3) at 5:00 here at OC.

 

Girls Softball-JV (Head Coach MacKenzie Washington)

No information received.

The Pioneers host West Linn today (Tuesday, April 3) at 6:30 here at OC.

 

Track and Field (Head Coaches Kristen Mull and Adam Thygeson, assisted by Bret Livingston, DeShawn McKenzie, Brandon Lee, Renika Bauer, Brent Eggers, Anthony Robinson, and Cody Bareksten)

OCHS Girls Track and Field competed against Gladstone and Wilsonville in the week prior to Spring Break. Top performances included:

The distance squad was well represented with Kaari Guelsdorf leading the way with wins in the 1500m, 800m and as a member of the 1st place 4 x 400m Relay (Kylie Guelsdorf, Jalissa Lugo, Kaari Guelsdorf, Lily Bartel).  Our JV athletes also faired well with a 2nd place finish by McKenzie Anstine with a 2nd in the 800m and 3rd place finish for Sydney Fogelman in the 1500m.

Our sprinters started our running events with a win in the Varsity 4 x 100m Relay (Kylie Guelsdorf, Lily Bartel, Kylei Halbakken, Keira O'Malley) and JV 4 x 100m Relay (Wendy Gonzalez, Jada Dixon, Natalie Ward and Brittan Bratscher).  The relays were followed up with 2nd and 3rd place for Lily Bartel and Kiera O'Malley in the Varsity 100m, and 1st and 2nd in the Varsity 200m for Lily Bartel and Keira O'Malley.  On the JV side, Bailey was 2nd in the 100m dash with Rachel Mahler and Grace Lozhkin taking 2nd and 3rd in the 400m dash.

The distance crew also had a good day with some excellent early season performances, Kaari Guelsdorf earned 3rd place in the 1500m followed by Brynne Shroufe for the win in the 3000m during a MONSOON.  Alexis Pearson ran a HUGE personal best on her second attempt of the 300m IH to earn 2nd place and the 2nd best mark in the Mt. Hood Conference this year with Kylei Halbakken joining her for a 2nd place finish in the 100m HH.  Jordyn Thomas earned 3rd place honors in the JV 300m IH to finish the hurdle events.

In the throws, Anessa Chirgwin brought home the win in the Varsity discus with Kailee Walker earning 2nd place in the event.  JV throws scored with Rory Schedler placing 3rd with a season's best in the shot put along with Savanna Jones and Kendra Hall placing 2nd and 3rd in the disc.

Our jumpers continued to dominate with a 1st place finish by Kylie Griffin in the high jump, a double win by Kylie Guelsdorf in the long jump and pole vault and a 2nd place triple jump and 3rd place long jump finish from Madison Hornback.  Jalissa Lugo won the JV high jump at 4'8" with McKenzie Anstine finishing up the jumps with a win in the pole vault

Next up for the Lady Pios:  Centennial and Central Catholic duals on Wednesday (4/4) at Pioneer Memorial Stadium, and to the West Salem Titan Classic on Friday (4/6).

 

The Wilsonville and Gladstone meet (March 21) resulted in some outstanding marks for the boys track team. You can see them all here: https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=321620&show=all A few of the many highlights were the OC athletes winning all three varsity sprints (100, 200, 400) with Wyatt Lovell claiming both the 200 and 400 victories. The 800 meter group all set new personal records (PRs) or seasonal records (SRs), led by Josh Beck’s 2:12.89 which was an almost 4 second lifetime best. The hurdle crew had a great day with Israel Miles and Kaleb Coleman going 1-2 in both varsity races and Dylan Kee-Ball running a three second PR in the 300s. In the field events Lane Marshall and Cole Edel went 1-2 in varsity shot put with Cole’s throw being over a one-foot improvement from his previous PR.

 

At the JV level Isaiah Cook joined the 40’ shot put club with an incredible 5’ improvement! High jump produced some of the biggest surprises. Tyler Quincy improved his PR by 4” surpassing the 6’ mark for the first time on his way to a clearance 6’ 2”, which is currently 5th best in state at the 6A level. Austin Canchola also had a big PR clearing 5’ 10”. Austin then came back later in the meet during the JV pole vault to clear 11’, which was a three-foot PR over his jump from last week.

 

The Pioneers host Clackamas and Central Catholic on Wednesday, April 4 at Pioneer Memorial Stadium and travel to West Salem on Friday (4/6)

 

Boys Golf (Head Coach Tod Billings, assisted by Kurt Guelsdorf)

The Pio golfers played a MHC match (18 holes) at Glendoveer before break.  The Pios finished 3rd with 363.  Max Fabrycki shot an 83 to lead the team.  Shawn Taylor followed up with an 84, Ben Jost and Sebastian Hyskell both shot 96 and Ahren Roque rounded out the top 5 with a 98.  The Pios are currently in 3rd place in the MHC.

In the JV match (9 holes) Noah Starbuck shot a 47.  Landen Pittam 50, Jack Polzel 53, Austin Pottratz 54, and AJ King 59.

The boys have two matches this week.  On Tuesday, April 3 they will be at Arrowhead with a 1:00 pm tee off time and on Thursday with a MHC match at Gresham.   Also a tee off time of 1:00 pm.

 

Girls Golf (Head Coach Ronn Grove)

The girls golf team played at Rose City before spring break. The Pioneers had a full team of 5 girls compete. Each improved from their first event. Adela Newton improved by 30 strokes. Averi VanRipper, Micara Nizic , Haley Alexander participated.

The Lady Pios have a match Wednesday (4/4) this week at Gresham Golf Club.  Tee time is 1:00 pm.

 

Boys Lacrosse (Head Coach Jeff Bell, assisted by Bryan Swanson, Ryan Sprague, Jim Martineau and Gabriel Payne)

The JV Boys lacrosse dropped two games.  At Sprague they were defeated 14-13 and at home against Hood River lost 12-8. Against Sprague Ashton Johnson had 5 goals and Gibsen Payne 2 goals and 4 assists.  Against Hood River Ashton Johnson again led the way with 5 goals; Aidan Amendolara had 2 goals and 2 assists, and Jordan Burnett 5 ground balls.

 

The Pios host Cleveland on Tuesday, April 3 at 7:00 pm in their only game this week. 

 

The JV Pios beat Sprague on March 20 by a score of 10-5.  Colin Sommer had 4 Goals on 5 shots, Jordan Armstrong 3 goals on 3 shots and goalie Kale Sorenson had 8 saves.  The win improved the JV’s record to 2-1 on the season.

 

 

Girls Lacrosse (Head Coach Amanda Willis, assisted by Danielle Kirby and Rachel Wong)

The girls varsity lacrosse team won two games prior to spring break.  The beat Cleveland 20-1 in the first game of the week and then at the end of the week beat Southridge 11-3.  Novalee Ceperich scored 6 goals against Southridge.

 

The girls will host Beaverton on Friday, April 6.  JV start at 6:30 and the Varsity at 8:00.

 

Boys Tennis (Head Coach Miyka Whiting, assisted by Barry Engelman)

No information received.

Play at Reynolds on Tuesday and at home on Thursday against Clackamas.  Start time is 3:30.

 

Girls Tennis (Head Coach Rob Whiting, assisted by Quyen Wong, Kenrik Lynch, & Rob Glenn)

No information received.

Play at home against Reynolds on Tuesday and on Thursday at Clackamas.  Start time is 3:30.

 

Rugby (Head Coach Keith Swenson, assisted by Kevin Sowders and Lynn Schoenfeld)
The Oregon Pioneer Rugby Clb improved their record to 8-0 on the season and 2-0 in league with a 31-27 win over Centennial.  Cole Sowders – 1 try = 5 points.  Wyatt Dillman – 1 try + 2 conversions = 9 points.  Teagan Petterson – 1 try = 5 points and Gavin Boyd – 1 try = 5 points
 
Although Truman Davis did not score, he was selected OPRC’s Man-of-the-Match by the Centennial team.
 
They travel to Newberg and Renne Field this Saturday for a 10:00 am match against the Tigers.
 
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