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7 Page 12 SPORTS l]e ef= - February 20, 2008 in the finals, like the Huskies did at their district meet, Lemar said. From page 11 Cottage Grove had enough guys for an extra relay, Calhoun wall. said. Overall, the Huskies were just "It was a solid meet." Sanders outnumbered Saturday. said. He performed better than he Cottage Grove had a lot of boys had hc~ped, finishing at third and Denim Duck Brown Coat Kieran Schaeefer strokes to second place in the 200free. Insulated Brown Duck Overalls Regular Fit Jeans Special Orders Available Hoodies Zi Sweatshirts, Coats & More his best performances. fourth, hellping boost the team In the 500 free. "I didn't expect score. to do that good." Calhoun said. At the s~ame time, high on their He was hoping to beat the school performanc~e at the district meet record, and he got that by three one week emrlier, Sanders said. "'we seconds. were anticipating a win." "Everyb>ody swam really good," "'I met all my personal goals, so Schaefer saiid. Neither the team nor I'm really happy about it actually," he said. he came up with a title, but almost The 500 free and the 100 back everyone set PRs. school records were back to back. he said. so he and finished with a second-place was tired when he went into the medal, so it was a good day. backstroke. Toward the end. his legs "We a]ll performed at our peaks," Sch,'aefer said. Everyone but were kind of giving out on him. He said he trailed the first 50 Lemar set a ]PR, and Lemar matched yards of that race and started catch- 4309 Main Street (541) 367-6844 Hours: Men- Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 ll.m.- Closed Sunda] iNto mm HAVE YOU MADE YOUR WILL? 367-5191 1275 Main St Sweet Home Clean used Cars, Minivans and SUV's We coordinate financing from 7.99% ,Down payments as low as $500 Good Credit and Poor Credit Layaway plan available for Feb. - April m ~] ~ Tax Return DebH Cords ACCEPTED D NO MORE PILINGAND BURNING! 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Sanders 12, Kieran Schaefer 10), 1:42.76; 3. Valley Catholic " (Ben They always swim closely Blankenmeister 10, Wes Lindstrom when they compete. Schaefer said. 12, Gavin Burgess 10, John Drew Next year. Schaefer plans to 12), 1:46.71; 4. Tillamook " (Noah come back stronger and shoot Boring 12, Tyler Weber 12, Daniel for junior national times, he said. Wemer 11, Tim Teran 12), 1:47.44; 5. La Grande " (Zach Gray 11, Richard As a team. he hopes to get some Mills 11, Brandon Taylor 12, Clayton freshmen coming up to replace Holler 10), 1:50.17; 6. Marist " seniors. Sanders and Lemar, while (Tyler Parmelee 11, Mike McGirr 11, Cottage Grove loses many seniors Jacob Deines 11, Colton Hanson 9), this year. In the 100 butterfly, Rosa went See Swim, page 16 out a little faster than usual, she said. "I didn't feel nervous. Just something wasn't right." She set a PR in the preliminary, but finished a second slower during the finals. "My backstroke felt really nice," she said. She finished with the same time she did last year. She was happy overall, she said. She was able to improve her times over past years, even if she didn't improve her butterfly in the finals, which Was what disappointed her most. She is looking forward To con- tinuing swimming with the Sweet Home Swim Club this year and hopes to swim at college. She plans to attend California State. Peargin said the team was "all- business, the whole trip. "Every one of those kids, if they had my last name, I'd be prouder than snot of them," he said. "I'd take any one of them in a flat minute." Sweet Home Coach Doug Peargin puts the first-place medal around Jayce Calhoon's neck after Calhoon won the 100 backstroke in state-record time. Trish Mace Trish Mace, 50, of Crawfordsville volunteered with the Oregon Jamboree for two years. She has spent more than 20 years in Girl Scouting, including but not limited to training coordinator, product sales manager, special events chairwoman and master trainer for the Santiam Girl Scout Council. She has Wider Opportunities overseas and throughout the United States. She helps staff the bike race "Summit to Surf' to benefit the American Diabetes Association, an informal educator for NASA, a member of Ethnic Sup- port Council, a volunteer for Local Indian Child Welfare Advisory Committee and a parent adviser to the junior and senior high Native American Club. She volunteers because she believes to change the world, "we begin one person at a time. Eleanor Roosevelt once said something like, 'Community Service is rent your place in this world.' That has always stuck with Mace is an avid reader who travels internationally, cooks and sews. She is married to Tim. They have one daughter, Abby. She has lived in Sweet Home for more than 11 years. 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