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Alexis Carter signs onto Clemson University

Alexis Carter signs onto Clemson University

Lizzie Slate, Staff Writer
November 19, 2013
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

It was a proud moment for senior Alexis Carter who signed on to Clemson University in South Carolina to play basketball on Monday, Nov. 18. The signing took place during second lunch in the small gym where many people came to support Carter for her accomplishment. “I visited Clemson in September ...

Tigard football crushes Grants Pass with a 62-3 lead

Amanda Lam, Newspaper Editor
November 15, 2013
Filed under Sports

Anticipation rose tonight as the Tigard football team raced onto the field. The chilling wind of early winter blew as rain began to drizzle and the stadium lights shined. The Tigers played against the Cavemen of Grants Pass on Nov. 15 in the second round of playoffs. This week, Tigard easily outplayed th...

All-League players represent Tigard

All-League players represent Tigard

Sydney White, Staff Writer
November 15, 2013
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

To make the team, and actually play is one thing, but being awarded an all league player, is just what most athletes strive for. They work their hardest and put in all they have and some of whom are lucky enough to be at the top of their game. Football, soccer and volleyball teams awarded their all leagu...

Tigard football plays shaky first half but comes through with a 57-29 win

Tigard football plays shaky first half but comes through with a 57-29 win

Amanda Lam, Newspaper Editor
November 9, 2013
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Coming off an undefeated regular season, a league championship, and a much deserved bye-week; Tigard football had high expectations sitting on their shoulders for their first playoff game against Gresham High School. “Preparation wise we were preparing differently but we came out ready,” said se...

Ducks or Beavers: who will win the day?

Ducks or Beavers: who will win the day?

Caitlin Britch, Staff Writer
November 5, 2013
Filed under Sports

Who will win the big Civil War game, the Ducks or the Beavers? The annual rivalry game will be on Friday Nov. 29 at 4 p.m. at Autzen Stadium. Oregon State being 6-3 and losing 31-14 vs USC on Nov.1 is currently ranked 3rd in the Northern Division. The Ducks, on the other hand, are 8 -0 and ranked 1st...

Tigers represent Tigard Pride during Playoffs

Lizzie Slate, Staff Writer
November 5, 2013
Filed under Sports

With all regular season fall sports coming to an end, playoffs begin with the Tigard Tigers representing their school with pride. In the first round of playoffs, Tigard girls soccer beat Lake Oswego 1-0 and will face Westview today, Nov. 5 in the second round. Tigard girls stand above everyone with their ...

Tigers impress at cross country districts

Allie Chino, Online Editor
October 25, 2013
Filed under Sports

The beautiful blue sky and the crisp fall air made for a promising day. With the sun out, the cross country team loaded the bus and headed to Clackamas Community College with one mission: to run as fast as possible. The teams had been training all season for the chance to prove themselves at the di...

Tigard Boys Soccer creams Newberg

Tigard Boys Soccer creams Newberg

Elisabeth White, Staff Writer
October 23, 2013
Filed under Sports

The Tigard Tigers put a lot of effort on the field tonight in order to beat the Newberg Tigers. Not only did Tigard win, but they dominated with a score of 3-0. “It was an excellent performance,” said Head Coach Tracy Hasson. “We kept the ball, worked hard and put out a complete effort.” Th...

Last volleyball game for seniors

Luis Gutierrez, Staff Writer
October 23, 2013
Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

The Tigers ran into the gym with swagger. To show their support for the fight against breast cancer, they wore pink socks and pink hair ribbons. This match was special for the Tigers; it was the last game the seniors will get to play for Tigard. There was a quick recognition for the seniors and their...

Tigard football outscores Newberg 63-21 on homecoming

Tigard football outscores Newberg 63-21 on homecoming

Amanda Lam, Newspaper Editor
October 18, 2013
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Homecoming is a sacred tradition that has been around since the 1900’s but this years homecoming game was extra special. For the first time ever, Tigard had their pink out game to spread breast cancer awareness on the night of homecoming. On top of that, the Tigard Tigers played against the Newberg ...

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