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Cottage Grove holds off Scappoose to stay undefeated

Modified: Wednesday, Sep 21st, 2016
As predicted, the Lions have started the season off with three wins in a row, carrying a world of momentum into upcoming Sky-Em competitions. The most recent contest was not as easy as the first two games.
Scappoose, a team that made it to the 4A state championship last year, came to Cottage Grove on Friday night to disrupt

Water polo starts off hot

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 20th, 2016
The Cottage Grove water polo program has had a hot start to the season. The boys started off with a game last Tuesday against Willamette, where the Lions came away with a dominating 15-2 victory.
On Saturday, Cottage Grove hosted Medford and Churchill/Springfield, where the Lions (especially the girls' team) truly showed their dominance in the water.
The boys

Boys' soccer bounces back

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 20th, 2016
The week before last was not the smoothest for Vern Stewart and the Cottage Grove boys' soccer team. The Lions faced a lot of trouble on the road and lost 6-0 twice in a row against Phoenix and North Bend. But the story was that they were not deterred and the team stood confidently behind its seasoned coach.

Sentman returns as Lions put on another dominating performance

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 13th, 2016
The Lions have yet to be truly tested this season. Just a week after the team's 59-7 rout of Newport, Cottage Grove traveled east to Madras, where they demolished the White Buffaloes, 63-0.
Cottage Grove welcomed back senior quarterback Blake Sentman. While Sentman starts behind center over Kory Parent, the Lions' explosive offense was more consistent on the ground

Boys' soccer falls into a slump, yet the team remains confident

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 13th, 2016
The Cottage Grove boys' soccer fell into a bit of a slump last week. The Lions stumbled on the road in Phoenix and in North Bend, losing both games 6-0. In both games, Cottage Grove ran into travel issues that Head Coach Vern Stewart says aren't excuses but definitely didn't help the team.
The journey to Phoenix ended in

Volleyball falls in rankings despite remaining undefeated

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 13th, 2016

Despite maintaining their undefeated status, the Lion volleyball team dropped to number three in the OSAA rankings this past week after defeating South Umpqua 3-1.
Cottage Grove finds themselves behind Crook County (5-0) and Hidden Valley (7-0). The Lions haven't had the opportunity to boast such a record with a less-packed schedule at the beginning of the season,

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