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Lane wins Directors Cup Athletics awarded for success in NWAACC

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Titans take third in conference Edmonds ends Lane’s tournament run

Sophomore Janelle Noga won the women's pole vault title with a height of 11'09.25" at the NWAACC track and field championship. Fellow sophomore Anna Jensen placed second. [Contributed by Grady O'Connor]

Back to back championships Track teams take titles

Lane sophomore Jarren Goddard hit a grand-slam against southwestern oregon community college on May 17 in coos Bay. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Titans earn tournament trip Beam, Goddard lift Lane to playoffs

The Lane baseball team kneels in a pre-game huddle before hosting Clark Community College in a May 12 doubleheader against the Penguins. Clark won the first game 1-0 and Lane won the second game 7-3. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Season on the line Titans will battle Lakers for second place, trip to the NWAACC playoffs

(Left to right) Lane freshman Kristine Dunn, sophomore Jalen Tims, Clackamas Community College sophomore D’Nara Jones and Lane sophomore Jhazelle Ambus run the women’s 200-meter dash at the May 10 NWAACC South Region Championships in Gresham. [Contributed by Grady O'Connor ]

Lane cruises to victory Hallock and Walker top scorers at NWAACC South Region Championships

Lane freshman David Cornish takes the baton from his brother Jonathan to begin the third leg of the men’s 4x400-meter relay at the April
24 Titan Twilight. Jonathan Cornish is second in the conference in the 5,000-meter run and David Cornish ranks fourth. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Titans seek region championship Lane men will battle Clackamas for 11th consecutive title, women favored to win fifth straight

Lane sophomore Cody Cowdin hands the baton off to sophomore Sean  McGetrick during the 4x400 meter relay at the Titan Twilight on April 24. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

The disarray relay Spontaneous final race tops off successful mid-week meet for the Titans

Lane sophomore Kara Hallock broke the Lane heptathlon record with a score 4,785 at the April 29 NWAACC Heptathlon Championship held at Lane Community College. Hallock finished second to Elizabeth Venzon of Clackamas Community College. [Eugene Johnson/ The Torch]

Record and heartbreak Kara Hallock finishes second in heptathlon championship despite breaking school record


Back-to-back championships Dylan Hamming defends his title in the NWAACC decathlon

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