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Cross Country’s Devin Greeley Going to State!!

A Huge Congratulations to Devin Greeley who placed 4th in the NWOC District Cross Country Meet. He ran a 16:32 5K at Districts, which was personal record by 22 seconds!!  Which Earned the Trip To Lane Community College on Saturday November 3rd!!!!  

Boys Basketball Fundriasers

Come and Support our Boys Basketball Team for the Following Events: November 1st, 9:30pm-11:00pm Cosmic Bowl @ Milwaukie Bowl  Cost: $10 for an hour and a half of play November 17, 9:30am-12:00pm  Milwaukie Hoops 3rd Annual B/G Skills Clinic @ MHS..Cost: $20 includes a camp shirt..Contact: Donny Law November 24, 6:00  Spaghetti Dinner & Silent

It’s Bowling Season!!

Bowling Practices Will Be Every Wednesday/Thursday 3:30-5:00 at Milwaukie Bowl..

Cross Country Bottle/Can Fundraiser

Cross Country is doing a bottle/can drive fundraiser..We have special bags in the athletic office for you to put your bottles/cans in.  Please rinse the bottles..Feel free to contact the athletic office for more information.. Athletic Secretary: Kim Owens  503-353-5850×3, XC Coach: Bill Zumwalt:

Basketball Open Gyms

Open Gym for Boys / Girls Basketball : Tuesday 10/9   3:30-6:30 Main Gym / Aux Gym Wednesday  10/10  6:30 Aux Gym Thursday  10/11  6:30 Main Contact Coaches for Questions: Boys BxB Coach: Girls BxB Coach:

Weekly Sports Calendar 10/8-10/13

All Soccer / Football Games are held at Aldercreek MS ( 13801 SE Webster Rd) 10/10  3:30 Cross Country NWOC Meet @ McCormick Park (475 S 18th St, St.Helens 97051) 10/13   10:00am  Cross Country George Fox Classic @ Lents Park  Load: 8:30am    

Basketball Open Gyms

Basketball Gym Dates: Tuesday 9/25 at 3:30 Thursday 9/27 at 3:30 Friday 9/28 at 3:30   Contact Coaches for future dates and information!!!   Boys Basketball Coach Law – Girls Basketball Coach White –

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday November 17th, 2018 @ OES

  Registration coming soon – Look for it in an upcoming OSAA Weekly Broadcast Video from last year’s summit: Asking student-athletes to be leaders without preparing them for the responsibility is unfair.  Often much is expected of our leaders, but seldom do we intentionally teach them the necessary skills in order for them to succeed. The