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Sky-Em still up for grabs as Lions fall to Sisters but rout Sweet Home

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 14th, 2017
The boys' basketball team was held to a season low of 32 points against Sisters on Wednesday, losing 45-32.
The loss keeps the Lions in a deadlock with the Outlaws and the Bulldogs from Sutherlin for a three-way tie for first place in the Sky-Em League. All three teams sit at 6-2 in league play, but Cottage Grove and

Farrell and Boitz to State

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 14th, 2017
The Cottage Grove Lions finished last in the district tournament this year, but on the upside, the team is sending two of their wrestlers to the state tournament.
To qualify for state, an athlete must finish in the top four in the weight class. However, those who placed fifth get a chance to "wrestle back" for fourth place by

Lady Lions have Sky-Em in sight; on seven-game winning streak

Modified: Tuesday, Feb 14th, 2017
The Cottage Grove girls' basketball team has made an immense turn around on their season during league play. Even if the Lions lose their last two games, the team will have finished the season 7-2 after starting 3-10.
Last time we checked in, Cottage Grove capped off a five-game winning streak after getting revenge on Elmira in a nail-biting

Relay teams, individuals qualify for state meet after strong performances at district meet

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 14th, 2017
Cottage Grove finished a successful district meet in North Bend over the weekend by placing third overall for the girls and sixth for the boys. All of the relay teams from Cottage Grove qualified for the state finals, and a few made it to state in individual events.
The girls' medley relay team of Nadia Witt, Emma Meyers, Clover

Cottage Grove wrestlers host CG Invitational, look to district tournament

Modified: Wednesday, Feb 8th, 2017
The Cottage Grove wrestling team made several impressive individual presentations last weekend as they hosted their annual Cottage Grove Invitational.
Starting things off, junior Edman Nicolas-Gaspar fell just shy of a bronze medal in the 106-pound weight class. Nicolas-Gaspar started off by receiving a bye, but then lost a close match up against Alexander Gardner of Grants Pass in

Boys roll past Falcons

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 7th, 2017
The Lions entered their second round of league play with a strong and dominating performance against Elmira on Thursday. Throughout the game, players were padding stats and adding style points to their performance. But by no means was it boastful. A flurry of fast breaks called for trick passes and high-jumping layups.
Cottage Grove started off hot from the

Fans go wild as Lions down Elmira with last-second free throws; Cottage Grove now on five-game winning streak

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 7th, 2017
If fans thought the Lady Lions couldn't put on a more uproarious performance than the upset at Sutherlin, they would be wrong as of Thursday evening when Cottage Grove hosted and defeated Elmira, 39-37, a game that had fans and parents from both sides relentlessly yelling, cheering and booing.
Cottage Grove got off to a strong start, and the

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