Gailey claims district crown

Gailey claims district crown

The Tigard girls, and a pair of Lady Bowmen, advance to play at the regional tournament OREGON...

Tigard's Holzgang grabs tourney bid

Tigard's Holzgang grabs tourney bid

Wolves, Francois, Thomas, Mallory to play at regionals OREGON CITY — Everything is just fine...

Olson powers Tigard past Sherwood

Olson powers Tigard past Sherwood

The senior has a home run and 4 RBIs in the 6-0 win SHERWOOD — During the first half of...

Wolves beat the rain, but fall to Pacers

Wolves beat the rain, but fall to Pacers

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Brought to you by Nancy Felton, Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum - CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM INSIDER -


CRESCENT GROVE CEMETERY & MAUSOLEUM - Nancy FeltonNo one relishes thoughts of their own death, or the death of someone they love, but responsible adults understand the need to make plans for the future — even the part without us in it.

Here are five reasons to prearrange your final arrangements today.

Relieve their burden. The passing of a loved one is an emotional, heart-wrenching period for all involved. The last thing your family and friends need is to make these decisions for you. This can be prevented by taking care of the details yourself.

Stop the guessing. Don’t ask your family to play detective. If you do not prearrange your services, your loved ones can’t be sure they’ve honored your last requests.

Ensure quality. Every cemetery and funeral home is different. Researching options now will help you find the location and setting that will fulfill your needs.

Make it personal. Many spell out exactly what songs, prayers, poems (even jokes) they want shared at their service.  At the end of the day, it’s your service—and it should be conducted your way.

Save money. Preplanning your cemetery arrangements makes sense, It also price-guarantees the fees at today's costs.

Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum is Tigard’s only nonprofit, non-denominational cemetery. Call, click or visit us today for more information on prearrangement at one of the oldest cemeteries in Oregon.

Crescent Grove Cemetery & Mausoleum

9925 SW Greenburg Rd.

Tigard, OR  97223

(503) 639-5347

www.crescentgrovecemetery.com

Brought to you by Pacific Medical Group - FAMILY PRACTICE INSIDER -


Yes, because at Pacific Medical Group in Tigard, we are a Patient-Centered Primary Care Medical Home.  We will better coordinate your care to get you the services you need, when you need them. 

We listen to your concerns and answer your questions. We offer after-hours help and alternatives to the emergency room or urgent care.  We help you play an active role in your health.  As your Patient-Centered Medical Home, we ask that you make us aware of any other providers or clinics that may be assisting you with your healthcare needs.

At Pacific Medical Group, we can care for all ages, from newborns to seniors.  We provide vaccinations for infants, pediatric care to growing children, and treat sports injuries. For adults, we offer chronic disease management for diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. We stress preventative medicine for the whole family, and also offer gynecological care for women and girls.

At our location, we have care management, physical therapy, bone density screening, an on-site laboratory and X-ray services.  We treat on-the-job injuries and can do minor procedures and biopsies.  Our Electronic Medical Records ensures accurate and efficient care.  We offer Online Services to help manage your care by allowing you to view lab results, request prescription refills, schedule routine appointments, pay your bill online, and email your provider.

We are accepting new patients and look forward to assisting you with all your healthcare needs. 

Pacific Medical Group - Tigard

13200 SW Pacific Hwy

Tigard, OR. 97223

(503) 598-2000

www.pacificmedicalgroup.com/

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Brought to you by Askol Saieedi, Prestige Care Senior Living Riverwood - RETIREMENT LIVING INSIDER -


PRESTIGE CARE RIVERWOOD - Askol SaieediThe residents at Prestige Senior Living Riverwood already know they’re living in Tualatin’s premier senior living community.

You may need more (or less) medical care than Riverwood currently offers. Here’s an overview of the differences between independent and assisted living:

Independent Living. Independent living communities are perfect for seniors looking for more opportunities to socialize with people their own age — or who are tired of the endless hassle of home maintenance and upkeep.

Independent living centers generally include a variety of studio, one- or two-bedroom apartments or cottages. A full kitchen is typical, and residents can choose between preparing their own meals or eating at a central dining hall. A meal plan is generally not included in the base price, though transportation and recreational activities are. Housekeeping services are usually provided as well.

Assisted Living. Assisted living communities provide all the amenities of independent living — plus a little extra care for those daily tasks of living. The on-call staff at assisted living homes can aid with grooming, dressing, personal hygiene, mobility and medication management.

Apartments generally feature a kitchenette and full bathroom. Planned excursions and other leisure activities are included in the base price, along with a meal plan.

Assisted-living caregivers can’t provide the same medical services as a hospital or hospice, nor are they equipped to handle persons with severe cognitive impairment or memory issues.

Prestige Senior Living - Riverwood

18321 SW Pacific Highway

Tualatin, OR 97062

503-716-4971

www.prestigecare.com/assisted.php?id=104

Brought to you by Annette Saarinen, AccounTax of Oregon, ACCOUNTING INSIDER


ACCOUNTAX - Annette SaarinenNow that you have filed your 2015 tax returns, you may be wondering how long it will take to get your federal or state refunds. These can be handled online or by phone.

After 24 hours of the IRS’ receipt for e-filing, or within four weeks of mailing your paper return, there are two ways to check on your federal refund:

Online at IRS.gov. Choose Refunds. You will need your Social Security Number or ITIN, your Filing Status, and the exact refund amount in whole dollars.

Fill in the blanks on the form requests and click Submit. The site will show if the return has been processed, when the refund will be sent, or where to call if there is a delay.

Call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040. Listen to the phone tree to get to the right service. Be prepared to wait on hold. Afternoons and after Tuesday is a better time to call. Have the above information ready to give the agent.

Oregon Refund:

Online at secure.dor.state.or.us/refund/index.cfm, under Quick Links, fill in the Oregon information from your state return. That includes your ID type, your ID number and the exact refund amount. Then follow the rest of the instructions.

Or call the Oregon Dept. of Revenue at 503-378-4933 or toll-free 1-800-356-4222. Follow the phone tree list of services. Have your Oregon tax return in front of you to give the information required.

Accountax of Oregon

8050 SW Pffafle St., Suite 110

Tigard, OR 97223

503-619-1040

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Brought to you by Mike and Anne McCleskey, McCleskey Cellars - WINERY INSIDER -


MCCLESKEY CELLARS - Mike McCleskey MCCLESKEY CELLARS - Anne McCleskeyAh, spring has sprung. The birds are singing. Old couples are holding hands. The vineyard is alive and green. What luck to live in Tigard, a town with fresh air, clean water and green spaces.

Being at one with nature promotes health and happiness. Thoreau said “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately.” Going to the vineyard is just as therapeutic.

Watching a hawk soar eases our madness. We are renewed and mindful. Worries are reduced. Nature helps us find choices that are good for our families and our planet. A green space even helps us smile at our in-laws. Strolling with a loved one and a glass of wine allows us to soar with the hawk.

Wine, like a green space, can be healthy, but one must be cautious. One glass per day is the maximum for a woman, two glasses for a man. (Sorry ladies; life isn’t always fair). Wine has not been shown to improve the health of young people. Pregnant women should abstain completely.

Should a teetotaler start drinking for health reasons? Probably not. But generally speaking, a glass of pinot, every day, beats the heck out of an apple a day.

Our next release event is scheduled for Saturday, June 18. In the meantime, bring your friends for a private tasting in our Horseleap Saloon and include a walk through our vineyard to see the growth of this year’s vines.

McCleskey Cellars

15590 SW April Lane

Tigard, OR 97224

503-590-0454

mccleskeycellars.com/

Brought to you by Steve Stolze, SLS Custom Homes & Remodeling - REMODELING INSIDER -


SLS HOMES - Steve StolzeAre you planning on hiring a builder or remodeler this year? There’s no substitute for experience.

SLS Custom Homes & Remodeling has more than 30 years of experience doing remodels, room additions and new-home construction. In addition, we specialize in whole-house remodeling, are a Certified Green Building Professional, Certified Master Builder and Certified Aging-in-Place builder.

When shopping for a builder or remodeler, find contractors with experience and solid references. The Oregon Construction Contractors Board (Oregon.gov/CCB) offers the following guidelines:

· Get written, detailed bids from three contractors. Compare the bids and ask questions. Don’t assume that the lowest bid is the best deal.

· Verify that the contractor’s license is active and check the complaint history at hirealicensedcontractor.com or call 503-378-4621.

· Ask for and check references. Look at other jobs the contractor has completed.

Ask the potential contractor the following questions:

· Do you have the experience and expertise to do the work I want to get done?

· Who will do the actual work: the contractor, subcontractors or employees?

· Who will get the permits?

· How many other jobs will the contractor be working on at the same time as yours?

· What written warranties are offered?

· Who can I call if I have questions or concerns during the project?

Get a maximum of three bids, throw out the lowest and choose between the last two. Never put down more than 10 percent down on a job and structure the remaining payments over the weeks of the project’s progress.

SLS Custom Homes & Remodeling

P.O. Box 1093, Tualatin, OR 97062

(503) 691-9878

www.slshomes.com

Brought to you by Griffin Hampson - Cartridge-Network - PRINTER, INK & TONER INSIDER -


CARTRIDGE-NETWORK - Griffin HampsonCan third-party laser toner cartridges save your office money? Absolutely. What about quality?

Aftermarket laser toner cartridges’ quality ranges from garbage—to illegal—to excellent. How does one know the good from the bad? Use a local vendor who knows the differences. Many very inexpensive cartridges sold via Amazon and certain online sellers (check customer dissatisfaction reviews) are poor quality. We love inexpensive items, laser toner cartridges included. But buying on price alone invites problems. Our quality and savings = value.

OEM (original equipment manufacturer) = name-brand cartridge. This is how printer companies make their profit. Nothing wrong here, but it is significantly higher on a cost- per-page basis.

For aftermarket cartridges, there are two good alternatives. Factory remanufactured and factory new compatibles. Depending on the brand and style of cartridge, either can be very satisfactory in both performance and savings.

Factory remanufactured cartridges are exactly that. An empty original cartridge, recycled and factory remanufactured. Tested, accepted, machine cleaned, new drum (one hopes), new blades and other parts and then filled with the appropriate toner formulation with a new or reset “chip.”

Factory “compatible” cartridges are “new build” cartridges with the appropriate toner and “chip.” Both styles can perform quite well at considerable savings. The factories we use for these cartridges produce very high-quality cartridges with very high customer satisfaction.

What about refill shops? It’s a question of job shop vs. factory quality. Universal laser toner (is garbage) vs. laser toner specifically intended for a specific printer, let alone the correct cartridge chip. We recycle lots of these from unhappy users.

Illegal cartridges on the internet? Yep! There have already been about a dozen seizures this year with the importer named including several for Amazon.

Black-only laser toner cartridges (printers) are the least expensive on a cost-per-page basis. Color laser cartridges (printers) are several times more expensive on a cost-per-page basis. There is a correlation between purchase price of the printer and the cost per page; the lower the price of the printer, the more costly on a cost-per-page basis.

Since businesses usually favor laser printers, we frequently recommend having a “beefier” all-in-one or multi-function black laser printer for the 70 percent to 80 percent of their printing that is only black and then having a separate color laser printer for when they need color. Since color goes into producing black print and black laser toner goes into making color more “colorful,” this is a very cost effective way to lower a businesses’ cost per page and provides redundancy in printing capabilities instead of having a single color all-in-one/multi-function color laser printer that is printing predominantly black.

Let us help you with cost effective high-quality cartridges. As a full-service independent, non-franchise operation located in Raleigh Hills, on the Portland-Beaverton border, Cartridge-Network stocks several thousand different OEM and aftermarket cartridges. Shipping is free! And we sell and services printers and copiers. We stock several dozen different printer models (inkjet and laser) and copiers too. We focus on a customer’s needs and then explore alternatives to best meet them.

Cartridge-Network

6800 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Portland, OR 97225

(503) 246-0665

www.cartridge-network.com

Brought to you by Linda Elder, Woodland Heights Assisted Living Residence - ASSISTED LIVING INSIDER -


(Image is Clickable Link) LInda ElderAll Assisted Living communities in Oregon must operate under the same set of regulations, but beyond that, there are many differences to consider when choosing a home for you or your loved one. Some are not easy to see, as many facilities have a similar physical structure.

Carefully consider your lifestyle. What do you like to do, how do you decorate your surroundings? Do you like hustle and bustle or a peaceful walk in the garden?

For those of mature years, change is difficult and probably not a good time for major changes from what they are used to.

When you tour an Assisted Living community, look at it for how it fits you. The putting green, massive exercise room, pool or huge movie theater may be wonderful to look at — but would you use them?

Ask to see inspection surveys.

Walk around and talk with the staff or listen to them as they work. Are they friendly, do they seem happy? Ask about the management team. What is their experience in the field?

At Woodland Heights, we frequently hear that people chose us because it feels “comfortable.” They remark that “everyone was so helpful and friendly.” Of our care staff, nearly 20 percent have been here for 10 or more years. Our surveys since 2010 have been deficiency-free.

We think all of that speaks volumes.

Woodland Heights Assisted Living Residence

9355 SW McDonald St., Tigard 97224

503-684-9696

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Brought to you by Jarod Cogswell, Fit Academy - FITNESS INSIDER -


(Image is Clickable Link) Jarod CogswellMost people need extra motivation to get active, stronger and leaner.

What better motivation than summertime, which begins June 20, just seven weeks from now?

Do the right things and you will see changes and improvement in as little as four to six weeks if you are disciplined about exercise and even semi-disciplined about food intake. You’ll experience remarkable changes in the way you look and feel.

After being stuck indoors for months, Oregonians love to get outdoors and enjoy the sunshine.

And if you want to feel confident about dressing lighter, wearing shorts, T-shirts, sundresses and swimsuits, check us out at FIT Academy. We offer plenty of options, including Sundress Bootcamp, an overall fitness program to look leaner and feel stronger in those summer clothes.

The warmer season also features a plethora of local runs, with hordes of locals participating in fun runs such as the Beaverton Sun Run (July 24) and the Twilight Run in Tigard at Cook Park (June 25, in conjunction with the Tigard Festival of Balloons).

Last but not least, enjoy the beautiful Oregon outdoors. Get out for a bike ride, hike or a backpacking trip.

The bottom line is that more fit you are, the more fun you will have and less the likely you are to get injured!

Need more expert advice? Visit us at FIT Academy to make 2016 you best summer ever!

FIT Academy

9140 SW Hall Blvd.

Beaverton, OR 97223

971-371-3666

http://fitacademyinc.com/

Brought to you by Pam Simon, Fidgets2Widgets - EDUCATION INSIDER -


(Image is Clickable Link) Pam SimonPam Simon of Fidgets2Widgets looks at digital play and learning as golden opportunities for youngsters, as long as guidance is provided.

“I think that we have kind of a swimming upstream approach,” says Simon, who started her after-school STEM learning program in Eugene three years ago and opened a second location in Portland this winter.

“We do seem to be in the minority, in that we are very positive about the possibilities that all this technology is offering,” she added. “Through the internet and the digital world, kids can go anywhere in the world through Google Earth. They can learn how to do anything through YouTube tutorials.”

“We want to leverage those resources for creativity, education and joy,” said Simon, who also offers curriculum about online safety, online citizenship and how to be a savvy consumer. “Children need to learn that the digital world presents the same pitfalls as the physical world.”

Simon says that research shows the average attention span for youngsters is 18 mins, “so we teach in 15-minute increments and schedule exer-breaks using Wii exercise and dance programs.”

Simon stays up-to-date with the latest digital technology, including having a 3-D printer on-site and Oculus Rift virtual reality.

Classes in both will be offered during Fidgets2Widgets’ summer programs, which begin June 6 and end Sept. 9. The 7,000-square-foot facility is open from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm in the summer. Find out more about theme weeks on the website.

Fidgets2Widgets

15495 SW Sequoia Parkway, Suite 100

Portland, OR 97224

503-310-3248

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Brought to you by Jarod Cogswell, Fit Academy - GYM INSIDER -


(Image is Clickable Link) Jarod CogswellMost people need extra motivation to get active, stronger and leaner.

What better motivation than summertime, which begins June 20, just seven weeks from now?

Do the right things and you will see changes and improvement in as little as four to six weeks if you are disciplined about exercise and even semi-disciplined about food intake. You’ll experience remarkable changes in the way you look and feel.

After being stuck indoors for months, Oregonians love to get outdoors and enjoy the sunshine.

And if you want to feel confident about dressing lighter, wearing shorts, T-shirts, sundresses and swimsuits, check us out at FIT Academy. We offer plenty of options, including Sundress Bootcamp, an overall fitness program to look leaner and feel stronger in those summer clothes.

The warmer season also features a plethora of local runs, with hordes of locals participating in fun runs such as the Beaverton Sun Run (July 24) and the Twilight Run in Tigard at Cook Park (June 25, in conjunction with the Tigard Festival of Balloons).

Last but not least, enjoy the beautiful Oregon outdoors. Get out for a bike ride, hike or a backpacking trip.

The bottom line is that more fit you are, the more fun you will have and less the likely you are to get injured!

Need more expert advice? Visit us at FIT Academy to make 2016 you best summer ever!

FIT Academy

9140 SW Hall Blvd.

Beaverton, OR 97223

971-371-3666

fitacademyinc.com/

Brought to you by Linda Elder, Woodland Heights Assisted Living Residence - ASSISTED LIVING INSIDER -


(Image is Clickable Link) Linda ElderAll Assisted Living communities in Oregon must operate under the same set of regulations, but beyond that, there are many differences to consider when choosing a home for you or your loved one. Some are not easy to see, as many facilities have a similar physical structure.

Carefully consider your lifestyle. What do you like to do, how do you decorate your surroundings? Do you like hustle and bustle or a peaceful walk in the garden?

For those of mature years, change is difficult and probably not a good time for major changes from what they are used to.

When you tour an Assisted Living community, look at it for how it fits you. The putting green, massive exercise room, pool or huge movie theater may be wonderful to look at — but would you use them?

Ask to see inspection surveys.

Walk around and talk with the staff or listen to them as they work. Are they friendly, do they seem happy? Ask about the management team. What is their experience in the field?

At Woodland Heights, we frequently hear that people chose us because it feels “comfortable.” They remark that “everyone was so helpful and friendly.” Of our care staff, nearly 20 percent have been here for 10 or more years. Our surveys since 2010 have been deficiency-free.

We think all of that speaks volumes.

Woodland Heights Assisted Living Residence

9355 SW McDonald St., Tigard 97224

503-684-9696

woodland-heights-assisted-living.com/


Tigard's Sports

DAN BROOD - Tigard senior Delaney Shea hits a shot in No. 1 doubles play during Monday's match with Lakeridge.
May 05, 2016

Tiger doubles duo steps up

by Dan Brood
The TRL district tournament to start on Monday TIGARD — The first set went just fine. The second set was a bit of a nightmare. As for the third set, well, when Chloe Hogan and Delaney Shea fell behind 4-3, the Tigard High School seniors knew it was…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin senior Ryan Malinowski (left) and Lakeridge senior Simon Homedes met in No. 1 singles play last week.
May 05, 2016

Wolves getting ready for district

by Dan Brood
Ryan Malinowski takes on one of the league's best TUALATIN — With the Three Rivers League district tennis tournament right around the corner, Ryan Malinowski was looking for a challenge. Well, he certainly found one. Malinowski, back on April 27,…
May 05, 2016

Timberwolves roll to fourth-straight win

by The Times
Tualatin moves into second place in the TRL standings LAKE OSWEGO — Don't look now, but the Tualatin High School softball team is rolling again. The defending Class 6A state champions notched their fourth straight win on Tuesday, running to a 7-1…


May 05, 2016

Tualatin team up to shine at invite

by The Times
Timberwolf girls excel in the relays at Jesuit meet BEAVERTON — The Tualatin High School girls track and field team has shown all season long that they're strong when it comes to the relays. The Timberwolves sure seemed to prove that point again at…
May 05, 2016

Tigard tops Newberg to end losing streak

by The Times
The Tigers get a 5-4 victory in Three Rivers League play TIGARD — The losing streak is over. The Tigard High School baseball team ended an eight-game skid by scoring a 5-4 win over Newberg in a Three Rivers League game played Tuesday at Tigard High…
May 05, 2016

Bowmen stay hot, tipping West Linn

by The Times
Sherwood gets a 2-1 win for its 6th victory in past 7 games WEST LINN — There just might be no stopping the Sherwood High School baseball team. The Bowmen picked up their sixth win in the past seven games by edging league powerhouse West Linn 2-1 in…
May 05, 2016

Hawks, Eagles take off at Dayton meet

by The Times
Both schools have strong marks at the WVL event DAYTON — The Horizon Christian and Westside Christian high school cross country teams got together and pushed each other to strong performances at a four-team West Valley League meet, which also…
May 05, 2016

Sherwood girls 7th at Nike/Jesuit invite

by The Times
Moran and Cuthbertson each pick up wins at the meet BEAVERTON — The Sherwood High School girls track and field team turned to its power. And the powerful Lady Bowmen turned in an impressive performance. The Sherwood girls, behind their crew of…
May 05, 2016

Tigard teams shine at Nike/Jesuit relays

by The Times
Tiger girls tie for second, boys fourth at the invite BEAVERTON — The Tigard High School track and field teams have flashed big-meet potential all season long. Well, on Friday, the Tiger squads just may have turned that potential into reality. The…
(Image is Clickable Link) TUALATIN TIMES - April 28, 2016
April 29, 2016

Tualatin Timberwolves - Athletes of the Week - April 28, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Megan Bennet and Riley McAdams of Tualatin High School for being selected as the Tualatin Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community service sponsored by Oregon Eye Physicians and Surgeons.
(Image is Clickable Link) TIGARD TIMES - April 28, 2016
April 29, 2016

Tigard Tigers - Athletes of the Week - April 28, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Chloe Hogan and Delaney Shea of Tigard High School for being selected as the Tigard Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community service sponsored by Tigard Orthopedic and Fracture Clinic.
DAN BROOD - Tigard sophomore Braden Lenzy easily wins the 400-meter dash during last week's Three Rivers League meet.
April 28, 2016

Best of both worlds

by Dan Brood
Tigard High School sophomore Braden Lenzy shows off his speed on the gridiron and the track TIGARD — It’s been an exciting time of year for Braden Lenzy. That makes sense. After all, the Tigard High School sophomore is already getting college…
DAN BROOD - Sherwood junior Jordan Craig heads up field during Tuesday's game. Craig scored four goals in the 15-3 win over Wilsonville.
April 28, 2016

Bowmen blast rival Wildcats

by Dan Brood
Sherwood is alone in first place following the 15-3 win on Tuesday Sherwood and Wilsonville have had a fierce rivalry. However, with Sherwood moving up to the Class 6A level back in the fall of 2014, not too many Bowmen squads have had the chance to…
DAN BROOD - The Tualatin softball team gathers around senior Camryn Robbins (7) following her three-run home run in Monday's game.
April 28, 2016

Wolves end skid in a big way

by Dan Brood
Tualatin pounds out 16 hits in 11-6 victory over Canby TUALATIN — The Tualatin High School softball team was determined. The Timberwolves weren’t going to let anything stop them — not even a pair of early deficits. No matter what it took, they had…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin senior Chase Anderson puts the ball into play during Friday's game at Lake Oswego.
April 28, 2016

Wolves battle in loss to Lake Oswego

by Dan Brood
The Lakers strike quick in getting the league victory LAKE OSWEGO — It wasn’t Tualatin’s day. But that didn’t stop the Timberwolves from battling to the end. The Tualatin High School baseball team, falling behind early, ended up losing 10-0 to Lake…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin sophomore Riley McAdams hits a backhand shot during No. 1 doubles play at Monday's match. The Wolves tipped Canby.
April 28, 2016

Wolves tip Canby in a close contest

by Dan Brood
Tualatin wins based on total-games-won tie-breaker TUALATIN — Now, that was close. How close? Well, about as close as possible. The Tualatin High School girls tennis team edged Canby by the slimmest of margins in a Three Rivers League contest played…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAVID BALL - Sherwood High School senior Payge Cuthbertson stood tall on top of the award stand after taking first place in the javelin competition at Saturday's Centennial Invitational.
April 28, 2016

Cuthbertson, Moran win at Centennial

by The Times
The throwers help lead Sherwood girls to fourth place GRESHAM — The Sherwood High School track and field squads weren't able to come up with a team victory during last week's Three Rivers League double dual meet at Tigard. However, the Sherwood…
April 28, 2016

Tigers score pair of TRL softball victories

by The Times
Tigard and Sherwood's slated game postponed twice TIGARD — When it comes to things it can control, the Tigard High School softball team seems to be doing just fine. When it comes to weather, and other variables, however, the Tigers just can't seem…
April 28, 2016

Tigers come through to tip Lady Bowmen

by The Times
Tigard wins two three-set matches to get 5-3 victory TIGARD — The third set. It's always crucial. But, sometimes, it can be match-deciding. That certainly seemed to be the case on Monday. The Tigard High School girls tennis team, winning both…
April 28, 2016

Tualatin girls take off in sprints, jumps

by The Times
Ryan Cavinta is a 3-time winner for Timberwolf boys TUALATIN — When it comes to running and jumping, it might be kind of tough to top the Tualatin High School girls track and field team. The Timberwolves, excelling on the track and in the jumps,…
April 28, 2016

Eagles, Hawks soar at Washington meet

by The Times
Both teams turn in strong marks at the invitational SHORELINE, Wash. — The Horizon Christian and Westside Christian high school track and field teams made a trip north. And, while up north, the Hawks and Eagles turned in some impressive marks. Both…
April 28, 2016

Girls golfers get ready for district

by The Times
Tigard's Gailey ties for first in latest TRL tournament WEST LINN — It's crunch time for Three Rivers League girls golfers. And, in the final league event before the TRL district tournament, competitors from Sherwood, Tigard and Tualatin look to be…
April 28, 2016

Wolves take second at TRL boy's golf tournament

by The Times
The league's district tourney starts on Monday WEST LINN — The Tualatin High School boys golf team saw its Three Rivers League tournament winning streak, if it can be called that, end at one. But the Timberwolves were still a solid second at the…
DAN BROOD - Sherwood junior Kevin Skurdahl (center) is congratulated by senior Brendon Wexted (left) and Bryce Vaughn after hitting a two-run home run in Thursday's game.
April 22, 2016

Bowmen keep on rolling

by Dan Brood
Sherwood gets series sweep against Tigard with 7-1 win SHERWOOD — It seems to happen most every year. The Sherwood High School baseball team seems to get off to a slow, sluggish start to the season. But, at some point, the switch is flipped, the…
(Image is Clickable Link) TUALATIN TIMES - April 21, 2016
April 22, 2016

Tualatin Timberwolves - Athletes of the Week - April 21, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Taylor Maestas and Ryan Malinowski of Tualatin High School for being selected as the Tualatin Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community service sponsored by Oregon Eye Physicians and…

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(Image is Clickable Link) TIGARD TIMES - April 21, 2016
Apr 22, 2016

Tigard Tigers - Athletes of the Week - April 21, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Sabrina Spisak and David Howell of Tigard High School for being selected as the Tigard Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin junior C.J. Luikart watches his tee shot on hole No. 17 during play Monday at the Three Rivers League tournament.
Apr 21, 2016

Timberwolves are up to par

by Dan Brood
The Tualatin High School boys golf team serves notice by stunning powerhouse Lake Oswego TUALATIN — You couldn’t blame the Tualatin High School boys golf team for feeling a bit frustrated. After…
DAN BROOD - Sherwood High School sophomore Bryce Vaughn (holding helmet) is all smiles after his walk-off single in Tuesday's game.
Apr 21, 2016

Bowmen tip Tigers in 1-0 thriller

by Dan Brood
Bryce Vaughn drives in the game-winner in the bottom of the seventh SHERWOOD — The pitching was downright incredible. The defense was pretty darn good. The bats, on the other hand, were ice…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin junior second baseman Amanda Reser fields the ball during the Timberwolves' 4-0 win over Sherwood on Monday.
Apr 21, 2016

Wolves battle to victory over Lady Bowmen

by Dan Brood
Both teams look to keep getting better as season goes on TUALATIN — The Sherwood and Tualatin high school softball teams have something in common. Both squads are striving for improvement as the…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin High School senior Karina Moreland (left) waits for the handoff from junior Jordan Anderson during last week's Three Rivers League double dual meet. The Timberwolf 4 x 100 relay team won in 49.60.
Apr 21, 2016

Wolves really fast in the relays

by Dan Brood
Tualatin teams look strong against West Linn, St. Mary's TUALATIN — The start was strong. The handoffs were crisp. Senior Karina Moreland provided the fantastic finish. And, the scary part is,…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin High School freshman Kyle Durnedde had a big day at the plate for the Timberwolves in their 8-3 win in Friday's Three Rivers League game played at Sherwood High School. In the victory, Dernedde went 3 for 4 at the plate with two doubles, a run scored and five RBIs.
Apr 21, 2016

Timing is right for Tualatin

by Dan Brood
The Wolves get the key hits in an 8-3 win at Sherwood SHERWOOD — It’s said that timing is everything. It sure turned out to be a good thing for the Tualatin High School baseball team. The…
Apr 21, 2016

Tiger girls sweep to move to 4-0

by The Times
Sophomore Lauren Paven sets two school records LAKE OSWEGO — The Tigard High School girls track and field team is still perfect in Three Rivers League action. The Tigers ran to a pair of league…
Apr 21, 2016

Tualatin boys get tennis win over Sherwood

by The Times
The Wolves control singles play in the 5-3 victory TUALATIN — It was a battle. But the Tualatin High School boys tennis team, behind strong singles play, was able to come away with a 5-3 win…
DAN BROOD - Tigard High School sophomore Victoria Gailey watches her fairway shot during play Monday at the Three Rivers League tournament. Gailey claimed tournament honors with a score of 73 strokes.
Apr 21, 2016

Gailey triumphs at TRL tourney

by Dan Brood
Tigers, Wolves, Bowmen play well at golf event TUALATIN — Sophomore slump? What sophomore slump? At least there sure doesn’t seem to be one for Victoria Gailey. Gailey, who claimed medalist…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: SETH GORDON - Tigard High School senior Kalyna Korok smiles as she rounds the bases after hitting a home run during the Tigers' game at Newberg.
Apr 21, 2016

Tigers win two of three in TRL play

by The Times
Tigard gets off to a promising start to league action The Tigard High School softball team picked up a pair of wins in Three Rivers League play in the past week. On April 6, the Tigers ran to a…
Apr 21, 2016

Sherwood boys get pair of league wins

by The Times
The Lady Bowmen score a split in the TRL double dual SHERWOOD — The Sherwood High School boys track and field team used its depth to pick up a pair of victories in a Three Rivers League double…
DAN BROOD - Tigard High School sophomore Lauren Paven sprints to victory in the 200-meter dash during last week's meet at Lake Oswego.
Apr 14, 2016

Motivated -- and running fast

by Dan Brood
Tigard sophomore Lauren Paven is turning last year's state disappointment into fuel for this year LAKE OSWEGO — It wasn’t even a year ago. And Lauren Paven remembers it well. Paven, then a…
DAN BROOD - Tualatin High School junior Kate Intile is all by herself as she gets ready to round the corner in the 800-meter run at last week's meet.
Apr 14, 2016

French, Intile keep up the pace

by Dan Brood
The cross country stars run to victory for the Wolves LAKE OSWEGO — A few months don't seem to make a difference. The only change is that they've gone from trails to the track. And, if anything,…
DAN BROOD - Sherwood High School senior Meghan Howard (left), in front of junior Sierra McCaulley, gets ready to hit a shot at the net during last week's match with Wilsonville. Howard and McCaulley won their No. 1 doubles match in three sets.
Apr 14, 2016

Lady Bowmen double up to top Wilsonville

by Dan Brood
Howard, McCaulley rally to score a No. 1 doubles victory SHERWOOD — The first set didn’t go exactly as Meghan Howard and Sierra McCaulley had hoped. Howard, a Sherwood High School senior, and…
DAN BROOD - Horizon Christian shortstop Weston Groth makes a throw to first in an attempt to turn a double play during the Hawks' 14-4 win over Sheridan on Tuesday.
Apr 14, 2016

Hawks bounce back in big way

by Dan Brood
Horizon runs to 14-4 win over Sheridan TUALATIN — On Monday, the Horizon Christian High School baseball team suffered its first loss of the season. On Tuesday, the Hawks were looking to bounce…
Apr 14, 2016

Tigers double up to get win over Wolves

by The Times
Both girls tennis teams get victories on Monday TIGARD — The Tigard High School girls tennis team turned some strong doubles play into a clutch victory over its rival. The Tigers, getting…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: COREY BUCHANAN - Sherwood High School senior Adley Rutschman (left) puts the ball in play during Friday's game at Canby. Rutschman had a pair of hits for the Bowmen in their 13-5 victory.
Apr 14, 2016

Sherwood smacks around Canby

by Corey Buchanan
Bowmen pound out 15 hits in their 13-5 victory CANBY — The Canby High School baseball team had been enjoying plenty of success when it comes to pitching during Three Rivers League play. But…
Apr 14, 2016

Tigers get rolling in win at Hood River

by The Times
Kalyna Korok goes 4 for 4 in Tigard's 8-1 victory HOOD RIVER — The Tigard High School softball team got its bats warmed up for the upcoming Three Rivers League season. The Tigers, in their final…
Apr 14, 2016

Sherwood teams get split in double dual

by The Times
Bowmen boys top West Linn, girls get win over Lakeridge SHERWOOD — Both Sherwood High School track and field teams came away with mixed results, when the Bowmen squads hosted Lakeridge and West…
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Apr 15, 2016

Tigard Tigers - Athletes of the Week - April 14, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Ramsey Hare and Jon Holzgang of Tigard High School for being selected as the Tigard Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community…
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Apr 15, 2016

Tualatin Timberwolves - Athletes of the Week - April 14, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Camryn Robbins and JJ Carter of Tualatin High School for being selected as the Tualatin Times's Athletes of the Week. The Times's Athlete of the Week program is a community…
Apr 14, 2016

Tigard's Holzgang tops field at tourney

by The Times
Tualatin boys finish in third place at TRL golf event LAKE OSWEGO — The Tigard and Tualatin high school boys golf teams found some success at the Three Rivers League tournament, held Monday at…
Apr 14, 2016

Wolves roll to pair of non-league wins

by The Times
Tualatin gets the bats going in victories over Central Catholic, Oregon City Before starting defense of its Three Rivers League title, the Tualatin High School softball team picked up a pair of…
Apr 14, 2016

Lady Bowmen tune up with win over Scots

by The Times
Sherwood completes non-league play with 3-1 victory SHERWOOD — The Sherwood High School softball team finished up the non-league part of it schedule in winning fashion. The Lady Bowmen, in their…
Apr 14, 2016

Gailey has another strong round for Tigard

by The Times
The Tiger girls take 4th, Tualatin is 6th, Sherwood 7th at TRL golf tourney CANBY — Tigard High School sophomore Victoria Gailey continued her strong season with a second-place performance at…