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Page 16  N- ru- February 15, 2012 ,00PORTS Boys win 15th di swim title; girls fourth By Scott Swanson Of Tile New Era Sweet Home's boys won their 15th straight Special District III swimming championship and the girls placed fourth as the Huskies qualified 11 swimmers, including four relay teams, for this week- end's state championships. "We placed as high as a team as we possibly could have," Coach Doug Peargin said. "We took 25 swimmers and 23 of them placed for us." The boys rolled up 290 points to out- score Philomath (260) and Central (208), their closest competition. The boys had four individual district champions and two relay winners. Zac Pearce was a dou- ble winner, taking the 100 Breaststroke (l:03..23) and the 100 Freestyle (48.05), with Don Rockstead winning the 200 Free- style (1:54.75) and Gravy Gunselman win- ning the I00 Backstroke in 58.71. State wild-card qualifiers for the boys were Vic- tor Stupin in the 200 and 500 Freestyles, Jake Johnson in the 200 Individual Med- ley, Gunselman in the 100 Butterfly and Rockstead in the 100 Freestyle. The boys also won the 200 Medley Relay (1:43.55) and the 200 Freestyle Re- lay (1:33.04), to qualify in those events. Peargin said the Huskies were one place away from qualifying in four other events as well. "That's all right," he said. "We swam well. That'was as exciting a meet as I've been to, and I've been to a lot of them." Stupin, a junior who is making his first trip to state, said it: was an "outstand- ing" day for him personally as well as for the team. "We couldn't have done any better. We PR'd in every relay. Our medley relay time was faster than they swam at state last year." Senior Cory Martil said the Huskies pulled together when they needed to. "Close unity was what won it for us," he said. "Coming in we were underdogs. 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Elmira expanded its lead gradually over the second half, leading 60-51 at the end of the third. "The third and fourth quarters, we had a hard time getting a hold of the shots," said Coach Kostanty Knurowski. "We only made five shots in the second half." In the first half, the Huskies sank 19 field goals and no free throws, while they scored nine at the foul line in the second half. After giving up 44 in the first half, the Huskies defense slowed Elmira down, he said, but at the same time, the Huskies had difficulty scoring. Two Huskies stood out that night, he said. Jeremy White led the team offensively, scoring 20 points. "Kyle Winslow had a very good game also," Knurowski said. He didn't have the figures available, but he was definitely in two digits on the boards. Elmira 25 19 16 15-75 Sweet Home 18 24 9 10 -61 Elmira: Mikah Reed 30, Long 14, Buggs 9, Ota 7, Nolen 6, Admire 5, Fay 2, Deleon 2. 28 14-25 75 Sweet Home: Jeremy White 20, Grant Kauffman 13, Kyle Winslow 6, Taylor Conn 6, Dallas Morgan 5, Christian Porter 5, Trevor Bulman-Jutte 4, Tony Ramirez 4, Bryce Daniels 3, Brice Vandenberg 1, Dakota Snow, Jorge Anaya. 24 8-12 61 Jessep Fay of Elmira plows into Brice Vandenberg while Vandenberg tries to score.