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Winter Sports Update:
All Cardinal winter sports programs are heading into the final weeks of competition. Find a way to get out and support the athletes this week…
Boys Basketball – The Cardinals (OSAA #27) have a great opportunity to stop a three game skid when they visit Valley Catholic (OSAA #1) on Tuesday night for a 7:30pm game. The game will also give the team the chance to move to .500 on the season, they are currently 9-10 overall with a league record of 4-9. The Boys return home on Wednesday night to host The Catlin Gabel Eagles at 7:30pm in a rescheduled game from this past Friday night. They will turn around and host the final regular season contest vs the Aardvarks of Oregon Episcopal School at 7:30pm on Thursday night. The Cardinals are fighting for the final Lewis and Clark League playoff spot and hope to be in the thick of things by weeks end.
Girls Basketball – Currently ranked #13 the girls travel to #2 ranked Valley Catholic on Tuesday in a must win situation to maintain their hold on second place in the Lewis and Clark league. At 14-6 the team has the opportunity to finish the regular season with 17 wins. The Cards are scheduled to host Catlin Gabel at 6:00pm on Wednesday night in a rescheduled event from this past Friday evening and then host OES on Thursday at 6pm in their final league matchup. Destiny is in their own hands as post season games will continue for the Lady Cards. With 3 league contests remaining they hold a slim one game lead over both The Rainier Columbians (#22)and The Portland Adventist Cougars (#12).
Wrestling – The Cardinals had a stellar performance this past Wednesday in their solo home league meet going 14-2 collectively against Scio, DeLaSalle, and Clatskanie. The Cardinals are lead by Jerry Mealey (21-0 [18 Pins]) and Jaycob Elmore (29-5 [20 Pins]). The team travels to Colton on Wednesday for a 5pm league event. The 3A-1 Special District Tournament will also be conducted at Colton on Saturday, Feb 22 – top 3 wrestlers in each weight class will qualify for the OSAA Wrestling State Championship at Veterans Memorial Coliseum Feb 28-March 1.
Swimming – The team is improving and looking forward to the Special District Meet to be held at Mt. Hood Community College Feb 14-15. Seniors swimming in their last official meet will be Peri Hildum, Jewel Denney, Clara Gorman, Cassidy Jones, and KJ Owen. Kady Halen looking to qualify again in the 50 Free and freshman Brandon Dexter will be vying for a state spot in both of his events.