Mandatory FALL SPORTS PARENT MEETING Monday, August 18th @ 6:00pm in the HS Gym for “all” HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS.
**Deadline to register for High School fall sports is Monday, August 18th. You may not practice/participate on Tuesday, August 19th and beyond until you are registered. You can register online at: www.corbettboosters.com via debit or credit card.
**Deadline to register for Middle School fall sports is the first week of school.
August 4 – August 7
August 11 – August 15
7th-12th Grade Football Camp – 2014-Football Flyer
August 18 – August 22 – Official Practices
18th- 8:00am – 1l:00am, 6:00pm – 8:00pm (helmets)
19th- 5:00pm – 8:00pm (helmets)
20th- 8:00am – 1l:00am, 6:00pm – 8:00pm (helmets/shoulder pads)
21st- 5:00pm – 8:00pm (full gear)
22nd- 5:00pm – 8:00pm (full gear)
Coach: Nathan Schmitt
2014 Cards Volleyball Camp
Cards Camp provides middle school and high school players a jumpstart to their fall season. Camp includes fundamental breakdown of all skills, volleyball-specific conditioning, and competitive play. Always scheduled for the week before practice begins, Cards Camp is a great way to prepare for middle school volleyball and high school tryouts.
9-12:00 Incoming 7th -12th $45.00
*Cost includes a camp T-shirt. Registration form & payment will be accepted on the first day of camp.
2014 Little Cards Camp
Little Cards Camp is a great opportunity for first-time as well as returning campers to learn the game of volleyball through demonstrations, fun drills, a variety of games, and opportunities to earn prizes. At the same time, this camp also provides a competitive and fast-paced opportunity for incoming 5th and 6th grade players to prepare for their season. Campers are coached by Corbett HS players as well as coaches on staff. Come have fun with us!
5:00-7:00pm Incoming K-6th graders $45.00
*Cost includes a camp T-shirt. Registration forms will be accepted on the first day of camp.
High School Tryouts/Daily Doubles
*Due to revisions in the OSAA practice model, necessary changes have been made to the previous practice schedule in order to adhere to the new guidelines. All sessions are required.
8/18 Monday 8-11:00
8/19 Tuesday 8-11:00, 2-4:00
8/20 Wednesday 8-11:00
8/21 Thursday 8-11:00, 2-4:00
8/22 Friday 8-11:00
Check website for forms and updates! www.corbettvolleyball.com
Get on the Corbett Volleyball email list: Email Coach Angela Davis: email@example.com
8-4th, 6th,11th, 13th Informal runs at 7PM.
First week of official workouts start Monday 8/18 AM with PM team meeting. Tuesday AM only; Wednesday AM and PM; Thursday AM only, Friday AM and PM, Saturday AM only
Beginning the first day of school workouts start at 3:45PM.
Coach Dennis Spencer:
8-4th – 8th Open field 5:30 – 7:30
8-11th – 15th Open Field 5:30-7:30
8-18th – 22nd Practice 4:30-7:00
Aug 4-8 open field 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Aug 11-14 kids camp 9:00 – 11:00 am – Lil Cards Soccer Camp registration 2014
Aug 11-15 open field 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Aug 18-22 M-W-F 7:00 – 9:00 am & 5:30 – 7:30 pm
T-TH 7:00 – 10:00am
Coach: Scott Hassebroek
Go Cards – Let’s have a great fall….
Entry fee- $85.00 per player
($5.00 Mulligan option per player)
(Teams Must have 4 players)
Cash Payout to low Gross 1st and 2nd place
Entry Fee includes Lunch
All teams must register and pay in full no later than Tuesday June 10th @ 7pm. Only room for 30 teams. Once all teams are signed up, tournament will be full. Shotgun start at 8:30 am sharp! Plan on being at the course 30 min prior to tee time for registration and rules.
2 Long drive competitions, and 2 Closest to Pin competitions, as well as other on the course opportunities to improve your score and win some gear!
Come out for a day of fun and support your local Cardinal! . Prizes to be awarded and our world famous Raffle for Golf apparel and equipment will wrap up the evening! Get out now, correct your slice and we will see you there!
Contact Todd Van Hee @503-545-3138
By the time the Colton Vikings started making consistent contact against Corbett left-hander Lindsay Miller, it was too late.
Miller tossed a three-hitter with nine strikeouts Thursdays to help carry the Cardinals to a 13-3 victory over the Vikings in the opening round of the OSAA Class 3A softball playoffs at Corbett High School.
Bethany Woodard with 4 for 5 and scored three time to led Corbett’s nine-hit attack as the Cardinals (19-5) advanced to Friday’s quarterfinal to face No. 3-ranked Rainier at Rainier.
The Vikings (13-11) got bounced from the playoffs in the first round for the third consecutive season, falling short in their bid to reach the quarterfinals for the first time since 2001.
“We’ve had a good year, really, for where we started,” Colton coach Jim Brochis said. “We had a nice run and I’m really proud of these players. They did an excellent job.”
Corbett scored two run in the first inning, one in the second, and another in the third to open a 4-0 lead, while Miller was busy retiring the first 11 Colton batters she faced in order with seven strikeouts.
Becky Patterson got the Vikings’ first hit with a two-out single on an infield grounder deep to shortstop, but she ended up stranded at first base.
At that point, Colton was in a hole that appeared too deep to climb out of, especially considering the way Miller was throwing.
“It becomes difficult, because then you can’t play the bunt game effectively,” Brochis said. “If we could have kept even with them, then we would have had a much better chance, but Miller pitched a beautiful game.”
In the fourth, the Vikings broke through for a run when Cassondra Neff hit a pop up to shallow right field that the Corbett second baseman misplayed, deflecting the ball into foul territory, allowing Neff to advance to second.
The Cardinals then compounded the miscue with a wild throw to second base that ended up scooting past the left fielder, giving Neff the opportunity to score and cut the deficit to 4-1.
After Corbett added two runs to make it 6-1, the Vikings scored two in the sixth when Caitlyn Weinberger drew a two-out walk, Patterson ripped an RBI-triple to the gap in right-center, and Joslyn Stansfield added an RBI-single, beating out a grounder to shortstop.
The Cardinals then put the game away in the home half of the sixth when they sent 12 batters to the plate and scored seven runs on three hits, two walks, two hit batters, a sacrifice fly, and three Vikings’ errors.
The game ended when Miller got hit by a pitch with two outs and the bases loaded, forcing home the run that invoked the 10-run rule.
“I thought we went in with a good attitude,” said Patterson, the junior pitcher who surrendered nine hits with six walks and five strikeouts. “It was a tough loss, but it was a great season, so I have nothing bad to say about it at all.”
— Jim Beseda / firstname.lastname@example.org