Chemeketa Storm Men’s Basketball Team is set to start their playoff run on Saturday against the Spokane Sasquatch at Everett Community College in Everett, Washington.
After falling short in the first round of playoffs in the 2018–19 season, the Chemeketa men’s soccer team is looking to make a name for themselves with a team full of fresh faces.
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 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
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,
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
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
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
Kyle Sturgeon is a second-year student and pitcher for Chemeketa’s Men’s Baseball Team. Prior to attending Chemeketa, Sturgeon attended Henley High School in Klamath Falls, where he played baseball all through high school. He is currently undecided on his major, but is enrolled in general
Tori Swanson is a second-year student and guard on Chemeketa’s Women’s Basketball Team. Prior to attending to Chemeketa, Swanson attended South Salem High School, where she played basketball for four years. She is currently working towards a transfer degree, but is considering majoring in education