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Page 20 C'IPCDT.% :I .r,, - Apr 4, 2012 Huskies 10-run La Pine in league softball opener Sweet Home 12, La Pine I Humphrey said. she stole second. The Huskies varsity softball and Stayton walked Riggs. team dominated La Pine Monday Graville struck out, and Emily afternoon, opening league play-at Marchbanks laid down a sac home winning 12-1 in five innings bunt. under the 10-run rule. Stayton's third baseman The Huskies got their leadoff threw the ball to right field, and hitter on base in the first inning and Hummer scored from second. The then put more people in motion rightfielder tried to throw a cutoff, Monday, scoring a second and but the cutoff wasn't there, and third with less than two outs, with Riggs scored the winning run. a single here and a sac fly there, Marchbanks threw for the said CoachCaseyHumphrey. Huskies, giving Up four hits, "We did small ball stuff, the striking out five and walking two. game we want to play," Humphrey Hill pitched 5 1/3 innings for said. After scoring four runs in Stayton. Cruz pitched in relief. the Huskies first three games, the Stayton struck out 12 of 21 Sweet Huskies were excited to get out. Home batters and gave up five run through the order and get walks. around the bases. Sweet Home 000 002 0 - 2 0 4 La Pine scored its only run in Staon 100 000 0 - 1 4 3 the top of the first, starting with a single and stolen base. The runner Yamhill-Carlton 6, Sweet Home 1 The Huskies tripped up in was sacced to third, and the next batter hit a weak double to score one inning to make a close loss the runner, into a big 6-1 loss at McLoughlin "Megan Graville did a on Saturday. wonderful job," Humphrey said. "We played all right," She struck out eight of 15 batters, Humphrey said. "We had one bad giving up two hits and no Walks. inning and gave up some runs on Parrish, the losing pitcher, mental errors." struck out one batter and walked Yamhill-Carlton led 2-1 after four. the first inning and added another Hitting, Katie Virtue went 1-3 in the third. In the fourth, Yamhill- with two runs and two stolen bases. -Carlton scored three more runs. Hailey Hummer went 2-4 with Photos by Scan C. Morgan Graville pitched for the three runs and three stolen bases. Sarah Wyatt slides home, during the Huskies' 11-I wm against La Pine. Huskies, giving up six runs, seven hits and one walk. She struck out Emili Riggs went 1-3 with three The Huskies are 2-2 overall The Huskies found a way two batters. Megan Graville pitches the Hus- runs and a stolen base. Graville and 1-0 in league play. They play to beat Stayton 2-1 despite four Smith struck out 14 Sweet Ides to their win. went 1-3 and walked once. Sarah Elmira next at home at 4:30 p.m. errors and no hits Saturday in the Home batters, giving up a run, second when Graville led off on Wyatt ran for her and scored three on Wednesday. first game of a tournament held at two hits and two walks. an error. She got a pass ball to runs. Emily Marchbanks went 1-4, La Pine 100 00 - 1 2 8 McLouglin in Milton-Freewater. The Huskies had two hits, one second and stole third. Cochran and CayitlinThe teamGillespieswipedWenta totall-3"of Sweet Home 434 lx - 12 7 0. In the sixth inning, down each from McKenzie Cochran and scored her on a single. eight bags, Humphrey said. Sweet Home 2, Stayton I by one, Hummer faced a 3-2 Shantel Pitts. Sweet Home 010 000 0 - t 2 6 count and then pulled the walk, The Huskies scored in the Yamhill-Carlton 021 300 0- 6 7 2 Baseball team dominates La Pine to open league play Sweet Home 10, LaPine 2 Rice received credit for the Bidwell went 2-5 with two Home, scoring three runs in the a 5-1 first-inning deficit. The Huskies opened league win. He struck out five, walking runs and an RBI. Rice went 2-4 first and five in the second. The Baker scored a run in the play in baseball with a 10-2 win at none but hitting two batters and with three runs, two RBIs and a Huskies scored two each in the second and a run in the fifth. The La Pine Monday afternoon, giving up two hits. double, fourth and fifth, but Baker added Huskies put together a five-run "It was nice to get back into Rice pitched three innings, Scott went 2-4, and Austin another four runs in the fifth and sixth inning, but it wasn't enough the swing of things," said Coach but Matuszak pulled him out to Rice went 2-3 with two runs. Nate two in the sixth to seal its win. to take back the lead: Matt Matuszak. "We're feeling rest him and get other pitchers Melcher scored a run. and Kyle Jeremy White pitched 3 1/3 Kory Van Deusen pitched two good. We had kind Of a rough non- time on the mound. Winslow went 1-5 with two RBIs. innings, striking out four batters, innings, striking out two batters, league schedule, so it was kind of If he hadn't pulled Rice, he Hanks went 2-4 with a run. and walking two and giving up six hits. walking two and giving up one nice to get started on the winning doesn't think La Pine would have Colton Holly scored a run. Zach Gill pitched 2 1/3 innings, run. Hanks pitched four innings, trail. Any time you get a win on scored at all, Matuszak said. Hanks The Huskies are 2-7 overall striking out one, walking two and gNing up eight hits, walking three the road in conference, it's always pitched in relief but struggled, and |-0 in league, giving up eight hits. and striking out three. nice." giving up two earned runs, striking They host Elmira on At bat, White went 1-3 with At the plate, White went 2-4 The Huskies had opportunities out three and walking three in two- Wednesday at4:30 p.m. a run. Holly went 1-2 and scored with a run and an RBI. Bidwell to score more runs, but they made thirds of an inning. The Huskies Sweet Home 300 122 2 - 10 12 0 a run, with two RBIs. Brandon went 1-4 with a run. J. Rice went a couple of base-running errors went to Drayson Scott for the next La Pine 000 200 0 - 2 2 2 Gregory went l-l. 1-4. A. Rice went 1-3 with a that took them out of getting a big .two innings, and Scott struck out Baker/Powder Valley 14, Also scoring runs were J. Rice double, a run and an RBI. inning, Matuszak said. four and walked one. Zach Gill Sweet Home 4 and Brett Adams. J.T. Weld went 1-3. Van SweetHome 000220-435 Deusen went 1-1 with an RBI. The Huskies scored three out pitched the final inning, striking Baker/PowderValley defeated Baker/PV 350 042 - 14 14 4 of the gate and then another in the out one and walking three, the Huskies 14-4 by the 10-run Hanks went 1.1. Winslow wwent top of the fourth. La Pine scored Losing pitcher was D. rule in six innings during the first Baker/Powder Valley 7, 2-4 with a run. two RBIs and a its only two runs in the fourth, and Schneider. T. Allen pitched in game of a doubleheader on the Sweet Home 6 double. Holly went 204 with a run the Huskies closed out the game relief, road Friday. The Huskies lost the second and an RBI. Sweet Home 100 005 0 - 6 ll 4 with two runs in each of the last At the plate, Jeremy White Baker dominated Sweet game 7-6. almost climbing out of Baker/PV three innings, went 1-2 with two RBIs. Hunter 510 010 0 - 7 8 2 m Track From page 18 Alex Santana (Unattached/SH) 33-0: Jake Johnson (SH) 28-7; Jake Comstock (Unattached/SH) 28-6 1/2; Anthony Vincent (SH) 26-8 1/2; Dakota Snow (SH) 25-4. High Jump - (1) Royal Black (Southridge) 5-11; (2- tie) Nick Shaffer (Condon/Wheeler), Joe Delgado (Ontario), Jake Comstock Jake Comstock (Unat- 110 HH - (1) Joe Delgado (Ontario) 15.71; (2) Jake - Comstock (Unattached/SH) 15.83; (3) Royal Black (Southridge) 17.08; Alex Santana (Unattached/SH) 18.30; Dakota Snow (SH) 20.76; Jake Johnson (SH) 24.24. Discus - (1) Jake Johnson (SH) 126-3; (2) Tanner EastUck (Crow) 125-8; (3) Joe Delgado (Ontario) 114-7; Alex Santana (Unattached/SH) 80-1; Jake Comstock (Unittached/SHl 56-6; Dakota Snow (SH) 56-2. Javelin - (1) Joe Delgado (Ontario) 155-9; (2) Timo- thy Johnson (Canby) 144-8; (3) Alex Santana (Unat- tached/SH) 5-7; Anthony Vincent (SH) 4-11.; Alex Santana (Unat- tached/SH) 4-9; Dakota Snow (SH) 4-5; Jake John- son (SH) NH 400 - (1) Zach Trask (Philomath) 54.66; (2) Jackson Haselnus (Barlow) 56.36; (3) Joe Delgado (Ontario) 57.83; Alex Santana (Unattached/SH) 57.99; Jake Comstock (Unattached/SH) 60.58; Dakota Snow (SH) 63.30; Jake Johnson (SH) 73.82. 5-9; (3)Kelln Pippert (Noah Marion) tached/SH) 131-11; Jake Comstock (Unattached/ SH) 113-11; Jake Johnson (SH) 97-9; Dakota Snow (SH) 93-8. 1500 - (1) Jackson Haselnus (Barlow) 4:22.73; (2) Zacl Trask (Philomath) 4:39.48; (3) Shane White- head (Noah Marion) 4!56.72; Jake Comstock (Unat- tacfied/SH) 5:35.81 ; Dakota Snow (SH) 5:51.49; Alex Santana (Unattached/SH) 6:04.45; Jake Johnson (SH) 6:07.81. Photo by Scott Swanson Sweet Home alum Jake Comstock long jumps during the decathlong on Friday. Weather stalls golfers Flooding prevented Sweet Home's golfers from playing a scheduled match at Shadow Hills Monday, but the boys are scheduled to play again on Thurs- day, April 5, and Friday, April 6, Coach Ken Anderson said. "We're going to be going fast and furious now." he said. The Huskies have played only one match, their sea- son opener on March 16 at Totkatee, af- ter their home event at Mallard Creek on March 21 was snowed ont. No girls matches have been played so far. for the same reasons.