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Small School Report: Portland Waldorf boys basketball rising after more than 1,000 days on the shelf; Westside Christian boys surging

Portland Waldorf High School boys basketball

Ezra Cohen (center) and the Portland Waldorf boys basketball team celebrate after a 47-31 road win over North Clackamas Christian on Thursday, Jan. 5.

One thousand thirty-five days.

That’s how long the Portland Waldorf High School boys basketball program spent on the shelf.

Portland Waldorf High School boys basketball

Portland Waldorf High School boys basketball head coach Justice Rosales (center) instructs his Wolfpack team during a timeout.

Portland Waldorf High School boys basketball

Portland Waldorf senior Roman Cole (23) is one of three players remaining from the 2019-20 roster, before the program missed two consecutive seasons.

Portland Waldorf High School boys basketball

Portland Waldorf senior Leo Renzema (2) blocks a shot during the Wolfpack's 47-31 win over North Clackamas Christian on Thursday, Jan. 5, in Oregon City.

Portland Waldorf High School boys basketball

Portland Waldorf assistant coach Robert Cseko (right) is a longtime mainstay of the Wolfpack program, and his players call him the heart and soul of the team.

Contact Sports Editor Andy Dieckhoff via email at ADieckhoff@PamplinMedia.com.

South Bureau Sports Editor

"As a lifelong participant and fan of all things sport, I appreciate the work and time necessary to excel on the various fields of play. It’s that appreciation that drives me to both acknowledge, reward, and celebrate the commitment made by boys and girls athletes from the field to the court, mat to the pool, diamond to the track, and beyond."

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