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Lions, Tigers and weather: Cottage Grove struggles vs. JC

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 18th, 2016
It's been a crazy season for the Sky-Em League in boys' soccer. There has been a lot of upsets and ties throughout the league, and Cottage Grove, too, has had its fair share of strange games.
The first game last week was an exception, however, as the Lions beat Sutherlin 7-0. This was an outcome that could be expected, as

Lions roll Bulldogs, prepare for Elmira

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 18th, 2016
Cottage Grove's Sky-Em dominance in Football continued as they rolled over Sutherlin 57-0 on Friday. The Lions now prepare for perhaps their toughest league opponent, though recent weeks have shown weaknesses in the Elmira football team.
Even if the Elmira Falcons pull off an upset on Friday, Cottage Grove will hold on to a Sky-Em championship. The worst-case scenario is

Girls' water polo routs North Eugene; boys fight hard with a lack of depth

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 18th, 2016
The Aqua Lions have recently finished their season with strong results from both the boys' and girls' teams. Cottage Grove water polo has seen a huge improvement over the years, and for the girls, Thursday's performance against North Eugene put an exclamation mark on a dominant season.
It was senior night for Cottage Grove and a very important one

Lions football enters top three after JC blowout

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 12th, 2016
The Cottage Grove High School football program is showing no signs of slowing down after dismantling the Junction City Tigers 49-7 on Friday. Cottage Grove moved to 6-0 and racked up their fourth win that was decided by 42 points or more.
The Lions' successful season has now jumped them to number three in the OSAA rankings, behind North

Tenacity and morale remain high after girls' soccer suffers two more losses

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 11th, 2016
The Cottage Grove girls' soccer team has been struggling since entering Sky-Em play. The team has yet to win a Sky-Em contest and has managed only to tie Sutherlin.
The most recent losses have come from Sisters and Elmira this past week, marking a four-game losing streak since tying Sutherlin. But if there's one thing to say about the

Harriers team remains hard at work despite girls struggling Saturday

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 11th, 2016
Philomath's Paul Mariman Classic provided the first real head-to-head matchup between the Sky-Em cross country teams this last Saturday. The Lions came through the test with mixed results. The girls' varsity team has an uphill climb if they are to be competitive with the front runners in the district, while the boys varsity team came out on top compared to

CG volleyball bounces back with win after two straight losses

Modified: Tuesday, Oct 11th, 2016
Cottage Grove has slipped since being ranked number one at the beginning of the season. But with so many games in a volleyball season, it's hard to maintain such high and often unfounded expectations. The Lions have shown weaknesses in some areas but have also shown their ability to fix those mistakes and move on.
Losing to Sisters

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