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Page 16 PORTS IT T'ra - February 29, 2012 I00ick Hall signs letter to run track at Lane CC Nick Hall, a two-time district champion in cross-country for Sweet Home and one of the Hus- kies' most versatile track athletes, signed a letter of intent Wednes- day, Feb. 22, to compet e at Lane Community College. Flanked by his father and stepmother, Michael and Miri Hall coaches Billy Snow and Jim Kistner, and former teammate and now assistant coach Jake Corn- stock, Hall signed to compete with the Titans to the applause of classmates and teachers. Hall, a senior, said he decid- ed on LCC because it is relatively close to home and he liked the fed of the program there. "The track team and coach- ing staff were like we are here," he said. "They treat each other like family. I was looking for that in a track program." He said he doesn't plan to run cross-country at Lane, but hopes to get his times down enough to eventually be able to run at the University of Oregon. He said he will probably focus on the 800 in college. Kistner, who'has coached Hall to four district championships in the 400 and the 300 hurdles as a sophomore and junior, called Hall a "great, great competitor." "He puts everything into it," he said. "He works hard and he takes things very seriously. "He could further develop and be a real force." Hall said he was contacted by LCC coaches soon after this year's Sky-Em District cross- country championships, which were held at the school. He also heard from several other schools, he said. He said his goal is to be- come an athletic training or pos- sibly a nurse. Kistner said LCC is "a great fit for Hall." "His range is real extensive, He can run anything from the 800 to the 3,000, plus he's a hurdler. Billyand I always debated where to put him." Photo by Scott Swanson Nick Hall signs a letter of intent to compete at Lane Community College, flanked by, from left, his parents, Mira and Mike Hall, Coach Billy Snow, Coach Jim Kistner and former teammate Jake Comstock. 00.t00nnie Whitfield named MVP for girls basketball team Annie Whitfield was named the varsity girls basketball team's most valuable player Thursday night at the team's annual awards dessert. held at the Skyline Inn Restaurant. Whitfield missed eight games and still was tops on the team in steals, with more than 90 for the season. She finished first in total points and assists and was second in rebounds. "She led us m so many ways." said Coach Robby Robinson. Megan Rubidoux was named the team's Three-Point Queen. dropping 42 of them during the sea- REAL E STATE SEC TION Located on a main arterial of Lebanon with great access to I-5. Aoarox 468' of frontage. 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She is involved in more sports and spreads herself thin with activities. She is always there when a coach asks for something. The award winners were select- ed by the coaching staff. "We personally loved every minute of the year," Robinson said. "Yeah. it's discouraging to lose, but being around these young women energizes a person." The JV2 finished the year after a lot of close games and defeated Junction City in overtime at the end. The JVI had a three-game winning streak over Christmas break, won an overtime game against Sisters and ended with a win at home against La Pine. The varsity defeated Taft and finished last in league while imple- menting a gutsy full-court press in an attempt to rack up points in tran- Girls basketball award winners are, from left, Jasmin Yoder, Annie Whit- field, Amanda Hubbard and Megan Rubidoux. sition. The girls were usually mis- matched in size and ideally wanted to avoid a slow-half-court game where their opponents could use their height to grab boards. In their last three games, the Huskies took 50 two-point shots and 33 three-point shots, more than 80 per game, Robinson said. They were shooting, and with that the percent- ages will come. "We received probably four -or five e-mails during the year just congratulating our girls for never quitting," Robinson said. The Junc- tion City coach, whose team was on the way to playoffs, told Robinson the girls had improved substantially between their first and second con- tests. Receiving varsity letters were seniors Rubidoux and Whitfield, their fourth each. Yoder received her second, and Sarah Wyatt received her third. Junior Sabrina Davis received her third letter. Juniors Nicole Bell and Anderson received their second letters. Sophomores Hubbard, Haley Kent, Peyton Plebuch, Jade Corliss and Harlee Brendle received their first letters, as did freshman Jordan Miller. ers, Swanson , Thompson and Em- ily Clabom. For the boys, Johnson, Rockstead, Gravy Gunselman and Victor Stupin all received three-year letters. Second-year letters for the boys went to Hilburn, Zane Jackson, Elric Benson, Zach Pratt and Sten Weld. Curtis and Shiho Harada re- ceived first-year letters for the girls. Yon, Dema Gourley and Josh Wool- ey lettered for the first time for the boys. Junior varsity certificates went to Anna Chang and Anastasiya Dom- chenko. Naomi Gunselman and Zac Pearce. both individual state swim- ming champions for Sweet Home this year. were named Outstand- ing Swimmer for the girls and boys swim teams at their awards dessert Thursday, Feb. 23. Freshman Ryan Yon was named Underclassman of the Year for the boys, while freshman McKenzie Curtis received the girls team award. Emily Thompson and Justin Hil- burn were named Most Improved. Winners of Perfect Attendance Awards, which went to swimmers who never missed a practice, were Hilbum, Pearce and Jake Johnson for the boy, and Gunselman, Thomp- son, Kimber Swanson and Paige Sanders for the girls. Team captains for the girls were Gunselman and Swanson; boys while captain's pins went to Pearce, Don Rockstead and Gravy Gunselman. Four-year letter winners for the boys were Pearce, Bryce Roberts and Cory Martin. Katie Tumer was the girls' only four-year letter winner. Three-year letter winners for the girls were Naomi Gunselman, Sand- Swimming award winners are, from left, Kimber Swanson, Justin Hilburn, McKenzie Curtis, Gravy Gunselman, Don Rockstead, Naomi Gunselman, Zac Pearce, Ryan Yon, Jake Johnson and Emily Thompson. Zac Pearce, Naomi Gunselman named Outstanding Swimmers