Chemeketa Men’s Team Wins Tiebreaker, Heads to NWACC Playoffs By Matt Rawlings After fourteen league games, the Chemeketa Storm and the Mt. Hood Saints had identical 9-5 records. And with the fourth and final NWACC South playoff spot on the line, the Storm took on
Chemeketa gets a much-needed victory against Lane By Matt Rawlings Coming into Saturday’s basketball game against Lane, the Storm was tied for 4th place in the NWACC South Division with Mt. Hood. Only four teams from each division qualify for the NWACC Tournament, so this
Player Spotlight Darrien Christian, a first-year basketball player, is a 5-foot-11 point-guard who transferred to Chemeketa from Atlanta. His friends and teammates call him D. Here’s a quick Q&A: Q: What made you want to come all the way to Chemeketa to play
Chemeketa Women clinch spot in NWACC tournament By McKenzie Hayward The Chemeketa Storm women’s team had a strong finish to its season, closing out with an 8-4 record in conference and third place in the NWACC South. On Feb. 12, the Storm battled the Clackamas
Storm basketball team continues to battle as league play winds down By Nick McAvoy After dropping back-to-back games against Portland and Lane, the Chemeketa men’s basketball team looked to rebound against Linn-Benton at home on Feb. 1. Bryce White and Kyle Atkinson lead the way
Storm women’s basketball team earns key victories By McKenzie Hayward Halfway into the season, the Chemeketa women’s basketball team sat in fourth place the South Division of Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges. On Jan. 22, the Storm got its third win of the
Storm Volleyball struggles to gain momentum By Brock Gordon The Storm fought hard but end this week with two loses. On Wednesday October 2nd Chemeketa faced Mt. Hood Community College at home and lost in three sets; 20-25, 17-25, 22-25. Even though they lost the
On May 20, the Chemeketa Storm’s Zach Close signed his letter of intent to play baseball next year for AIB College of Business in Des Moines, Iowa. Close was surrounded by his family, friends, and coaches when he signed. Close is receiving an out-of-state tuition
If you were to see Storm baseball player Jake Reynolds in the hallways at Chemeketa, you would probably think that he is a normal guy.
You’d notice that he is friendly with everyone he interacts with and is often surrounded by other students, especially women, when he’s at other Chemeketa events.
Reynolds, by all accounts, is an ordinary guy and an ordinary baseball player.
But on May 14, Reynolds’ last home game of his Chemeketa career, he did something extraordinary.