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Fearing the worst for Stewart, rivalry game was suspended

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014


Last Tuesday's (Sept. 23) Cottage Grove-Junction City game was living up to all the expectations of a great rivalry.
Tied at halftime, the Lions found themselves down 2-1 but mounting a serious rally in the second period. The crowd was completely enveloped in the action.
So when screams erupted from the Cottage Grove bench in the 62nd minute
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Huskies slam the door on Lions' comeback

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014


SWEET HOME -- For 46 minutes against Sweet Home, Cottage Grove was on target. The offense had set season-highs for points and yards, and the bend-but-don't-break defense was once again playing well enough to win. And then, at the worst possible moment -- driving for the game-tying score with two-minutes to play -- sophomore quarterback Blake Sentman
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Cottage Grove is impressed by the best in 3-0 loss to Sisters

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
By Matt Hollander
The Cottage Grove Sentinel

On Thursday, Cottage Grove got a first-hand look at what it would like to become. The tall, athletic Sisters Outlaws blitzed the Lions in straight sets (25-11, 25-15, 25-15) to remain unbeaten against Cottage Grove since joining the Sky-Em League in 2007 -- a streak of 15 matches.
"Sisters is a
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Cottage Grove stung by Henley, goes winless in nonconfernce

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
Three long Hornets touchdowns drop Lions to 0-3



An anemic offense and big plays allowed on defense were once again a problem for the Cottage Grove Lions (0-3) as they dropped their final nonconference game to Henley (2-1) 21-0, Friday night at Hill-O'Brien Field.
Instead of entering Sky-Em League play on a high-note, the Lions appear to
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Long road trips lead Harriers home for Challenge

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
Lions to play host after spending three weeks on the road

By Matt Hollander
The Cottage Grove Sentinel

The Cottage Grove cross country teams have been logging a lot of miles through the first month of the season, both the running and driving kind. After opening their season with the Two Mile Trial at home, the Lions traveled
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Lions stonewalled by Moore, Highlanders

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
Cottage Grove
out-shot North
Eugene but lost, 2-0


EUGENE -- It wasn't the way they wanted to enter league play. The Cottage Grove boys soccer team (1-2-1) continued its trend of allowing an early goal and lost 2-0 to North Eugene (1-2) Tuesday night (Sept. 16) in its final nonconference game of the season.
On
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Lions survive their first Dogfight

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
Cottage Grove wins a tough Sky-Em opener against league-newcomer Sutherlin, 2-0


SUTHERLIN -- The Cottage Grove girls soccer team had no expectations heading into Thursday's game against Sutherlin, a first-year program in its debut game as part of the Sky-Em League. The Lions quickly found out they were in for a fight.
Despite fielding the more seasoned team
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