Tillamook hosted McLoughlin High School in their home opener. Coming off a 31-7 win the week before against Newport, the Cheesemakers were hoping for further success.
With very few subs on the sidelines, the Cheesemakers were able to dominate the Pioneers.They came out early in the first quarter to score a touch down with an extra point. It wasn't long before they put more points on the board. They went into the half with a 33-0 lead.
The scoring slowed the second half of the game, with the final score reading 46-0. The Cheesemakers go to 2-0 on the season. They will play at home next week against Junction City.
Last week was a busy week for county volleyball. The week saw each team come away with a win and loss.
Tillamook hosted Estacada on Tuesday, winning 3-1. They were shut out on Thursday, losing to Mollala 3-0. The Cheesemakers play one game this upcoming week, Thursday at home. The game starts at 6:30pm. They travel to Sisters for a jamboree on Saturday.
Neah-Kah-Nie played both games away this past week. They traveled to Mannahouse Christian Academy on Monday, winning 3-0. They then traveled to South Tillamook County to take on county rivals, Nestucca where they lost 3-0. Neah-Kah-Nie plays away at Vernonia on Tuesday and then at home on Thursday against Gaston. Thursday's game starts at 6:30pm.
Nestucca played Portland Christian on Monday at home, losing 3-0. They then hosted Neah-Kah-Nie on Thursday, winning 3-0. Nestucca will spend the week traveling, with a game on Tuesday against Kappa. They then will travel to Scio on Thursday.
Tillamook hosted Cottage Grove tonight in a non-league match up.
The first half proved to be fairly uneventful, but did see the Cheesemakers put a goal in the net. The second half would see aggressive back and forth play before Tillamook would again find the net. The were able to score 3 more times late in the second half.
The Cheesemakers secured their first win, a 4-0 shutout against Cottage Grove to improve to a 1-1-1 record for the season. Next week the Cheesemakers will travel to Independence to play Central High School. The game is scheduled for Thursday, 12th September with a 6pm kick off.
Neah-Kah-Nie Volleyball faced Riverdale in their home opener.
The match would be a tough fought match up. Riverdale took the first set 25-22, Neah-Kah-Nie was able to come back and take the second set 25-21. The two teams remained neck and neck for the rest of the matchup, with Riverdale winning 3-2.
Neah-Kah-Nie is 1-3 on the season.
They will be hosting an all day tournament on Saturday at Neah-Kah-Nie High School.
Tillamook hosted Corbett last night in a double header that kicked off at 5pm.
The women's team opened up the double header, hoping to for success like they saw over the weekend. Corbett had other plans, scoring against Tillamook in the 23rd minute. An own goal by Tillamook less than 2 minutes later put the Cardinals up 2-0. A third goal would see the Cheesemakers down 3-0 at the half.
The Cheesemakers would continue to fight in the second half, but conceded 2 more goals to Corbett. Tillamook was unable to gain any ground, losing 5-0.
The mens team followed the women's game and proved to be an aggressive contest. The game saw an early send off for Tillamook's Rafael Martinez due to yellow card accumulation. Playing a man down, the Cheesemakers conceded their first goal in the 5th minute. A penalty called in the 22nd minute allowed the Cheesemakers to put one on the board to tie the match back up. The end of the half saw the Cardinals score, but Tillamook immediately responded by putting the ball in the goal themselves.
The second half would prove to be just as competitive. Corbett pulled ahead with another goal. It looked as if the Cheesemakers wouldn't be able to come back. Aggressive play saw another send off, this time Corbett's Cole Parker was ejected due to yellow card accumulation. Tillamook was able to score a late half goal to tie the game at 3-3, allowing the Cheesemakers to salvage a point with the tie.
Tillamook's Goal Scorers were:
#6 Eve Hernandez
#10 Ethan Miller
#11 Carter Affolter
The Women's Team sits at 1-1-0 (W-L-D)
The Mens Team sits at 1-0-1 (W-L-D)
The Women's Team will travel to Cottage Grove tomorrow, Thursday 5th September for a 6:45pm kickoff.
The Mens Team will host Cottage Grove at THS tomorrow, Thursday 5th September with a 6:45pm kickoff.
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INDIANAPOLIS, IN (July 23, 2019) — The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and Butler University will work together on a 10-year research study to assess the value of high school sports and other activity programs from the perspective of students’ mothers.
The partnership was announced today during a signing ceremony on the Butler University campus in Indianapolis, which involved leaders from Butler and the NFHS and more than 150 high school student leaders who are attending the NFHS National Student Leadership Summit at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Indianapolis.
With the official project title of “Leadership Communication and Psychological Effects of Mothers of High School Student-Athletes,” researchers will collect data on mothers’ perspectives on their student-athletes or student activity participants from the beginning of their ninth-grade school year through the first 90 days of entry into the workplace.
“We are excited to be educational partners with Butler University in studying mothers’ perspectives of their children’s experiences in high school athletics and performing arts,” said Dr. Karissa Niehoff, NFHS executive director. “The result of this study is imperative to the growth of interscholastic activity participation from the perspective of sport and activity culture education.”
In looking at the high school student leaders in the audience, Niehoff said the NFHS wanted to execute this 10-year research project in front of the students.
“You are the fabric of our future. We wanted to publicly show what high school activities look like – they look like you,” Niehoff said. “We are excited about this project as we look at the benefits of education-based activities. When we think about this project, we think about you – the kids.”
Mark Beckman, executive director of the Montana High School Association and president of the NFHS Board of Directors during the 2019-20 school year, attended the signing ceremony as well. Beckman noted that the NFHS Board of Directors had approved funding for this research and was excited about the potential for discovering new information from mothers of student participants.
“In representing the NFHS Board of Directors, we are thankful for this association with Butler University,” Beckman said. “We look forward to the tremendous information that will come from this project.”
Headlining the research at Butler will be Dr. Krista Cline of the Butler College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Dr. Eileen Taylor, an instructor in the Butler College of Communication.
Other leaders from Butler participating in the Official Signing Ceremony in the Atherton Union Building on the Butler campus were Dr. Jay Howard, Professor of Sociology and Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Dr. Kathryn Morris, Provost and Vice-President of Academic Affairs; and Lori Greene, Vice-President of Enrollment Management.
“We are pleased that this partnership involves funding for undergraduates to be involved in research, which is the creation of new knowledge,” Howard said. “Moms do the vast majority of household labor. They anticipate needs and monitor the process. We believe this is cutting edge research on mothers’ involvement in their students’ lives. Education success – that is what the NFHS and Butler want to come from this collaborative partnership.”
The 10-year longitudinal research study will begin in Indiana and expand to the rest of the country. The goal is to research and publish credible information to assess the value of high school activity programs from the perspective of mothers, which will assist the NFHS in building relationships with mothers of high school student-athletes and student activity participants.
Researchers will submit quarterly performance reports to the NFHS as well as an annual report on July 31. The study will involve a literature review of career competency expectations in the workforce that may be developed through participation in high school activity programs.
The NFHS has used information from The Case for High School Activities for many years to demonstrate the values of participation in high school activity programs. Participation in high school sports has increased every year for 29 consecutive years, and the NFHS hopes to obtain information from this long-term project with Butler to grow education-based sports and activity programs in high schools nationwide for years to come.
“Better understanding the challenges that mothers experience when their children are active in school-based activities will provide the NFHS with insight on how to craft effective messaging regarding risk minimization, appropriate mental-health practices and typical expectations for participating children and their families,” Niehoff said.
The NFHS, with its national office in Indianapolis, is the national leader and advocate for high school athletics as well as fine arts and performing arts programs. With its 51 member state associations, the NFHS serves 19,500 high schools and more than 12 million participants in sports and other activity programs.
About the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS)
The NFHS, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, is the national leadership organization for high school sports and performing arts activities. Since 1920, the NFHS has led the development of education-based interscholastic sports and performing arts activities that help students succeed in their lives. The NFHS sets direction for the future by building awareness and support, improving the participation experience, establishing consistent standards and rules for competition, and helping those who oversee high school sports and activities. The NFHS writes playing rules for 17 sports for boys and girls at the high school level. Through its 50 member state associations and the District of Columbia, the NFHS reaches more than 19,500 high schools and 12 million participants in high school activity programs, including more than 7.9 million in high school sports. As the recognized national authority on interscholastic activity programs, the NFHS conducts national meetings; sanctions interstate events; offers online publications and services for high school coaches and officials; sponsors professional organizations for high school coaches, officials, speech and debate coaches, and music adjudicators; serves as the national source for interscholastic coach training; and serves as a national information resource of interscholastic athletics and activities. For more information, visit the NFHS website at www.nfhs.org.
MEDIA CONTACTS: Bruce Howard, 317-972-6900
Director of Publications and Communications
National Federation of State High School Associations
Chris Boone, 317-972-6900
Assistant Director of Publications and Communications
National Federation of State High School Associations
Tillamook Cheesemaker soccer kicked off the season today, facing the Marshfield Pirates. The mens team traveled to Marshfield, while the women's team hosted the Pirates.
The Lady Cheesemakers got a quick start to the match, scoring their first goal in within the first 10 minutes of the game. The Cheesemakers would continue to dominate the half, keeping possession mostly in the Pirate's defensive side of the field. The Cheesemakers would again score in the 14th minute with a follow up goal in the 16th minute. The half would see two more goals from Tillamook, sending the Cheesemakers to the half time break with a 5 - 0 lead.
The Pirates proved to be not much of a threat in the second half, but did test Tillamook's defense a few times more than in the first half. It was Tillamook's offense that continued to pounce. Goals were scored by the Cheesemakers in the 42nd, 60th, 78th, and 80th minutes. The 4 goals put the Cheesemakers on top, winning 9 - 0.
With the win, the Lady Cheesemakers start their season 1-0.
#4 Mea Upton
#8 Delainy Lee
#12 Ruby Thompson
#16 Clare Atchison (2)
#17 Crystal Hernandez
#24 Sissy Mueck (2)
#25 Angelica Valencia Gonzalez
Photos from today's women's game can be found here
Tillamook Mens Soccer
Tillamook's mens team traveled to Marshfield to face the pirates for their opening match of the season. They were able to put a goal on the board but still fell to the Pirates 5-1.
The Cheesemakers are 0-1 to start the season
The women's team will be hosting Corbett on Tuesday, the 3rd September at 5pm.
The women's team will travel to Cottage Grove on Thursday, the 5th September, kick off at 6:45p
The mens team will also be hosting Corbett on Tuesday, the 3rd September. Their game follows the women's game with an approximate kick off at 7pm
The mens team will be hosting Cottage Grove on Thursday, the 5th September at 6:45pm
The Nestucca Bobcats opened their volleyball season at home tonight. They hosted Riverside in a non-league matchup.
The Bobcats took an early 4-0 lead in the first set, but the Mavericks were able to come from behind and dominate the rest of the set, overpowering the Bobcats 25-14. The Bobcats fought back in the second set, leveling the match at 1-1 with a 25-22 set win. The Mavericks were able to come back in the 3rd set going up 2-1 before finishing the match with a 25-22 4th set win against the Bobcats. The Bobcats lost 3-1.
The Bobcats will play in a couple tournaments starting this weekend before coming home for a home match on the 9th of September. They will host Portland Christian in their first league matchup at 6:30pm on September 9th.
Tillamook snapped a 2 game losing streak on Friday, beating out Seaside 16-5. The win was also pay back for a loss to the Seagulls earlier in the week which saw the Cheesemakers fall 8-7.
The Cheesemakers hosted Astoria on Thursday, keeping the game tight, only to lose 9-8.
The next week will once again see Tillamook play 3 games (Monday, Wednesday, Friday). They will host Astoria again on Monday, face Banks at home on Wednesday, and have yet another face off against Seaside, which will be at home as well.
The Cheesemakers are 8-7 overall, with a 2-5 league record.
Neah-Kah-Nie hosted a Northwest League Track Meet last Thursday. Teams from Nestucca, Kappa, Vernonia, and Portland Christian travelled to participate.
Results for the meet are below. They are provided by www.athletic.net