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Chemeketa puts up a fight against Lane

Chemeketa Storm starters challenge the dominant Lane Titans. Lane played against Chemeketa early in January where they won 76–49. However, in the most recent meeting Chemeketa had decided not to give an easy win to the Titans. The game started off with Chemeketa winning tip-off

Chemeketa loses a close one at home against Clark Penguins

Chemeketa Storm’s shooting struggles caused them to lose a close home game against the Clark Penguins 73–66 on Wednesday, Jan. 30. Chemeketa started out strong with a quick five points right after tip-off, followed by two great blocks on Clark players in the paint. Allowing

Volleyball team aims high after title-winning season

Chemeketa’s volleyball team is currently sitting at 10-4 in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) with an overall record of 16-16. Having clinched a playoff spot, they are now heading into the postseason looking to win another NWAC trophy for the second straight year. In October,

Player Profile: Avery Sundberg

  Avery Sundberg is a second-year student and setter on the Chemeketa Women’s Volleyball Team. Prior to attending Chemeketa, Sundberg attended Sam Barlow High School where she played volleyball throughout high school. While she does not plan on continuing playing volleyball once she transfers, she

Chemeketa storms through playoffs

Chemeketa’s men’s soccer team has come out in dominating fashion this season, despite last season’s setbacks. With second-year Head Coach Cristian Curiel at the helm, Chemeketa has attained a current record of 11–2–1. “Last year was my first year as a head coach, so it

Chemeketa cuts the ribbon for the Storm Athletic Complex

On Sept. 19, Chemeketa employees, including President Julie Huckestein and Athletic Director and former Storm softball coach Cassie Belmodis, oversaw the grand opening of the Storm Athletic Complex as the home for the softball and women’s and men’s soccer teams.   “We hope these new

After a long season, the Storm look towards the future

The Chemeketa Community College softball team faces a unique challenge in relation to most other programs. For the entirety of the program’s 20-year existence, Chemeketa has never had a softball field on campus. The softball team currently practices and plays their games at Phillips Field

If you build it, they will come

It’s been a long time coming for the Chemeketa softball team. After 20 long years, Head Coach Pamela Knox and her team finally have their own home field. “Having that field is huge…We can’t wait to be able to walk across the street and go

Player Profile: Kendal Bailey

Kendal Bailey is a second-year player student and pitcher for Chemeketa’s Softball Team. Prior to attending Chemeketa, Bailey attended Scappoose High School, where she pitched all throughout high school. She does not plan on continuing softball once she transfers to Oregon State but rather likes

Chemeketa’s baseball program eager to improve

It was 7 o’clock in the evening on a cold, windy February night, and the sound of metal clinking could be heard coming out of the “Shed.” The Shed is the unofficial nickname for the batting cages at Chemeketa. Even though practice ended two hours