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Young, inconsistent Lions will look to flip the script next year

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2014

As the state's best teams continue their march through the playoffs, Cottage Grove's players are preparing for winter sports, and its coaching staff has spent time evaluating one of the most struggling seasons in recent memory.

Major questions lie ahead in Cottage Grove's offseason

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2014

Will the Lions develop a versatile backfield threat?

While running backs don't necessarily account for high-rushing totals in Cottage Grove's offense, a dual-threat option out of the backfield is critical for its success.

Borigo signs with the Beacons

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2014

Cottage Grove senior Conner Borigo's life-long dream of playing collegiate athletics was officially realized last Friday, Nov. 14, when she signed her letter of intent to Northwest Christian University's girls' basketball program.
"It's super-surreal because I've worked so hard to get here," Borigo said.
The signing ceremony took place in the high school's library and was attended by

CGHS alumnae Lang and Sand walk parallel paths

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 11th, 2014

When Cottage Grove High School alumnae Elysha Lang and Michelle Sand entered the collegiate volleyball ranks, a showdown -- albeit, a friendly one -- between the two former Lions seemed inevitable.

Forging a new legacy

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 11th, 2014

To talk about Luke Jackson is an exercise in qualified superlatives.
Anyone who saw him play at Creswell might say, ‘He was the best high school player I've ever seen in person.'

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