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1Era- January 11,2012 Page 9 I .I Tillamook 70, Sweet Home 56 game 70-56. The Huskies lost its grip on"We actually shot the ball an early lead at home against fairly well," said Coach Kostanty Tillamook on Jan. 3, losing the Knurowski. "The story of that lillamook's Trent Harp tries to block a shot by Trevor Bulman-Jutte, who scored two Jan. 3 at home. game was rebounding." Tillamook had a lot more size and rebounded 2-1 against the Huskies, he said. Even with good defense, Tillamook still grabbed the rebounds and put them back up. "I was pleased with our effort," Knurowski said. They competed well through the end of the game. The Huskies played best in the first quarter, with Christian Porter draining a pair of threes and the team building a 16-13 lead, Knurowski said. They held a lead until about three minutes left in the half when Tillamook dropped a three to tie the game, sparking a Tillamook run to halftime, with Tillamook leading 31-25. Tillamook kept the momentum into the second half, building a 48-37 lead and then outscoring the Huskies 22-19 in the final quarter. The Huskies press caused Tillamook some problems, Knurowski said, and Tillamook didn't shoot especially well. Now and then, Tillamook would settle down against the press, but a lot of times, it wasn't the first shot that hurt the Huskies. It was the second and third. Porter led the Huskies with four threes and a total of 14 points. Dallas Morgan added back-to-back threes in the fourth quarter, and Grant Kauffman, Brice Vandenberg and Tony Ramirez each had one. Tillamook had three from three different players. Tillamook 13 1817 22 - 70 Sweet Home 16 9 12 19 - 56 lb Grant Kauffman, who scored See Hoops, page 14 Tillamook's larger players. Photos by Sean C. Morgan nine points, puts up a shot against Wrestlers face tougher test afterdowning JC After a largely forgettable win "That's why we put together a 72-7 conference win over an under- schedule as tough as it is - so we manned Junction City team Thurs- can wrestle tough wrestlers," Thor- day, Jan. 5, Sweet Home's wres- pe said. "We get an opportunity to tiers are in for a tougher challenge wrestle some of the best kids in the Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, when country and Oregon has some of the Elmira and Churchill come to the best wrestlers inthe country. We're Main Gym. going to get after it and do what we At Junction City, the Huskiescan do." won six matches by forfeit and six Matches start at 6 p.m. by falls, the latter coming from Tyler Following the Wednesday du- Schilling, Justin Nicholson, Scottie als, Sweet Home heads to the Or- Stockman, Ty Harvey, Tyler Coger egon Classic in Redmond, where it and Zach Gill. will face some of the top teams at the Things may be " different 4A level - at nearly full strength for Wednesday, as Elmira brings the No. the first time with the return of Col- 1 heavyweight in the state at the 4A ton Schilling and Trever Olson, who level, Kyle Smith, who was unde- had been sitting out with injuries. feated as of last week. "We want to beat Elmira be- Sweet Home 72, Junction City 7 cause they're conference and they i06 - Tyler Schilling (SH) won by fall. count toward our seeding (at region- Opponent's name not available. 1:07; 113 - Justin Nicholson (SH) pinned als)," Coach Steve Thorpe said. Nulf (JC); 120 - Erik Garcia (SH) won Churchill was ranked fifth inby forfeit; 126 - Colton Schilling (SH) the 5A division last week, and~ has won by forfeit; 132 - Scottie Stockman the No. 1 wrestler in the nation at (SH) pinned Jeremy Goodwin (JC) 170 pounds in Zac Brunson, who 4:22; 138 - Ty Harvey (SH) pinned R. Armondo (JC) :30; 145- Tyler Cowger recently signed to wrestle at Illinois (SH) pinned M. Long (JC) :09; 152 after winning a national champion- - Trever Olson (SH) won by forfeit; ship in freestyle last year at the Ju- 160 - Nick Hall (SH) won by forfeit; nior Nationals in Fargo, N.D.170 - Alex Armstrong (SH) won by Churchill has seven other wres- forfeit; 182 - Ben Goodman (JC) maj. tlers ranked in the top 10 in 5A, in- dec. Chance Jucutan (SH) 15-4; 195 - Wade Paulus (SH) won by forfeit; cluding No. 1-ranked 152-pounder 220 - Wolberg (JC) def. David Skeen Chase Kearny, who is the coach's (SH) 10-6; 285-Zach Gill (SH)pinned son. S. Foley 1:08. divine. To audiences who have seen it; they recall the experience of a lifetime- a mo- ment so powerfully beautiful it touches the soul. Discover the grandeur of a fantastically rich cul- ture, that of classical China, brought to life through brilliantly choreograph-e dance all-original orchestral Compositionsl Mac costumed dancers-the world's elite-move in poetic arrangements that evoke pastoral beauty, imperial drama, and the glory of an ancient civili- zation. This season, discover what art" was meant to be. Discover Shen Yun. IN