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Page 20 PIT. 1  r- - February 1,2012 Boys lose close ones to La Pine, Juncti ,City Junction City 73, Sweet Home 68 The Huskies held onto a small lead at Junction City Friday night, but lost 73-68 when Junction City outscored the Huskies by 10 in the fourth quarter. The Huskies led 21-16 after one quarter and 38-34 at halftime. The Huskies led 54-49 at the end of the third. Sweet Home 21 17 16 14-68 Junction City 16 18 15 24- 73 Sweet Home: Dallas Morgan 15, Porter 14, Ramirez 10, Kauffman 8, White 6, Vandenberg 3, Conn 3, Anaya 3, Daniels 2, Bulman-3utte 2, Winslow 2, Snow, 3utte. 26 5-12 68. Junction City: Han Kinson 20, Landeros 18, Smucket 15, Wimmer 8, Hill 6, Seitz 4, Van Ras 2, Locke, Reersleo, Kaiser, Gait, Raffin, Ansell. 24 25-40 73. La Pine 75, Sweet Home 68 La Pine came out on top, 75- 68, in a back-and-forth struggle in Sweet Home on Jan. 24. The Huskies led 22-15 after the first quarter, but La Pine erased the advantage and led 41-39 at halflime. The Huskies recaptured the lead in the third, ending the quarter 56-53, but La Pine came back with a 10-point swing over the Huskies in the fourth. kaPine 15 27 11 22-75 Sweet Home 22 17 17 12-68 La Pine: Austin Pierce 23, O'Casey 15, Kraft 13, Ramirez 8, Hanna 4, Smith 4, Wieber 4, Parson 2. 27 20-27 75. Sweet Home: Tony Ramirez 13, Morgan 11, Kauffman 11, White 10, Anaya 6, Bulman-Jutte 5, Conn 5, Porter 4, Winslow 2, Jutte 1, Snow, Vandenburg. 27 6-14 68. Elmira 89, Sweet Home 70 Jeremy White fights Tyler Parsons of La Pine for a shot under the basket in last week's 75-68 loss to La Pine. Elmira defeated the Huskies in boys basketball 89-70 on Jan. 23 night in Sweet Home. The two teams kept a tight race through the first half, with Sweet Home leading 21-19 after one quarter and Elmira leading 35: 34 at halftime. Elmir a opened its lead up in the third, leading 61-53 by the end of the quarter. Anaya Jorge goes up for a bucket. Elmira 19 16 26 28-89 SweetHome 21 13 19 17-70 Elmira: Mikah Reed 22, Fay 14, Long 9, Messman 8, Tena 8, Admire 6, Deleon 5, Westlund 4, B0ggs 3, Thilberg 3, Thorne 3, Larkin 2, Ota 2, Gabica. 40 Girls hold JC score down, compete with La Pine art, Junction City 45, Sweet Home 17 Junction City defeated Sweet Home 63-43 in girls basketball Friday night at Junction City. "We were really proud of them," Coach Robby Robinson said of his team. "They played hard. They defended hard." Junction City has been racking up more than 60 points per game, Robinson said. It's also the second-lowest scoring opponent for the Huskies this season. Hidden Valley scored 43. But the Huskies couldn't turn it around on the other end. "We just couldn't buy a basket," Robinson said. Shooting was probably 15 percent. The girls limited Junction City's possessions, played good defense and rebounded better, he said, but they turned the ball over 29 times. "I think our energy was good," Robinson said. La Pine 63, Sweet Home 43 The Huskies were unable to dig out from an early 18-point deficit and lost 63-43 at home to La Pine on Jan. 24. The Huskies got off to a bad start, trailing 19-1 at the end of the first quarter, Robinson said. After that, the Huskies and La Pine played a tight game. The Huskies trailed 44-42. on the rest of the game. "We're improving in a lot of ways," Robinson said. Harlee Brendle and Jordan Miller are Photos by Sean C. Morgan Jasmin Yoder crashes into La Pine senior guard Hannah Wieber on her way to the hoop in last week's 63-43 loss to La Pine. At right, Sabrina Davis attempts a three against La Pine. both stepping up, so rebounding is avoiding turnovers, he said, but "I improving, still think 90 percent of it is battling The Huskies need to focus on the mental game." Photos by Sean C. Morgan 8-13 89. Sweet Home: Tony Ramirez 18, Porter 11, Morgan 10, White 10, Bulman-Jutte 6, Vandenberg 6, Kauffman 5, Winslow 2, Anaya 2, Daniels, Snow, Jutte, Conn. 28 6-11 70. :bzxl start