Sports & Outdoors

Katy Ainslie stands out in her senior year as the women’s basketball team crushes competitors

    Katy Ainslie (Redmond, Wash.) is on the top of her game this year as a senior and is looking to lead the Loggers’ women’s basketball team to a conference title in her final year. She averaged 13.3 points per game and 5.1 rebounds so far this season. The Loggers are off to a 7-0 start this season and don’t seem to be letting up anytime soon after beating Santa Cruz 53-51 this past Friday Dec. 7 and crushed Colorado College 94-45 on Saturday Dec. 8. Ainslie added 10...
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Men’s basketball competes in Hawaii over break

This past weekend the men’s basketball team headed down to Hawaii for the Surf’s Up Classic in Honolulu hosted by Kalani High School. The team had quite the success, winning both of their games against Luther College and Cal Lutheran respectively in the non-conference matchup, bringing their season record to 3-3. In the first game on Nov. 28 they played Luther winning 63-61 in a thriller led by senior Nick Holden (Pasadena, Calif.) who scored 16 points and brought in five rebounds and junior Keith Shattuck (Lake Forest Park, Wash.)...
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Logger cross country team continues season

The men’s and women’s Cross Country teams are enjoying strong seasons despite dealing with some key injuries. Their success was on display in the NWC Championships on Nov. 1 when the men’s team placed second and the women’s placed third. Now the teams prepare for  Regionals in Independence, Ore. at Oak Knoll Golf Course on Nov. 15. Both the men’s and women’s team look forward to this, as it is another step towards a national championship. At Regionals last year the men’s team placed seventh and the women’s fifth. Both...
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Culture of intramural sports brings out the fun

Intramurals this year have been quite the success. Participation has been very good, with teams filling out easily. The new season just started this week, and the past one brought out the fun and competitive spirit that everyone wants to see. Some of the choices include five versus five basketball, dodgeball, indoor and outdoor soccer, volleyball and walleyball (a combination of volleyball and wall-ball). The season goes until Dec. 5. Every sport is co-ed with the exception of five versus five basketball, which has the option of a men-only team...
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Bring out the brooms for Logger volleyball

After a slow start that left the potential on the court, women’s volleyball has been firing on all cylinders. The Loggers have won three games in a row, and it does not seem like they will be slowing down anytime soon. It took some time, especially with so many new faces on the roster, but the team’s chemistry is palpable and they has found their identity. “I have never played on a team that is so close. We have so much fun pushing each other every day and I can’t...
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Students enter dialouge on Ray Rice controversy

There is not one person in the world who deserves to be beaten in any way, and punishment should apply to any and all abusers even if they are in positions of power. In Ray Rice’s case, the NFL player was punished righteously. On Feb. 15, Ray Rice knocked out and spat on then-fiancee Janay Palmer in a hotel elevator. A few days later a video, which showed Rice dragging his wife out of the elevator, became available on TMZ Sports. Rice was indicted on a third-degree assault charge, but...
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