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Page 20 pC'DT. 1t  ra - April 11,2012 B Track From page 17 Loheed (E), Hannah Troutman (CC), Jacie Palmer (E) 4-6. No Sweet Home entrants. Pole Vault - (1) Paris Piva (E) 7-6; (2- tie) Natasha Rizzio (T), Tonya Allison (C) 7-0; (9) Annie Whitfield (SH) 6-0. Long Jump - (1) Devyn Makin (SH) 17-2 1/2; (2) Alexandra Dodson (Sius) 15-3 1/2; (3) Jessie Shockey (C) 15-3; (6) Courtney Kent (SH) 13-7. Triple Jump - (1) Anna Smith (Stayi 31-4; (2) Joey Hehn (CC) 30-9; (3) Isla Michel (Stay) 30-6; No Sweet Home entrants. Sweet Home, Cottage Grove at Philomath The Huskies competed "very well" at an April 4 meet with Cot- tage Grove and Philomath, hosted by the Warriors, according to Snow. Sweet Home placed third with 50 points, behind Cottage Grove (68) and Philomath (60) in the boys competition, but Snow said he moved a lot of athletes into events that were new or unusual to them as they prepared for the Junction City meet on Saturday. In the girls competition, Sweet Home was third with 46 points behind Philomath (80 ) and Cottage Grove 48. "The bright spot we saw was the kids competedi" Snow said. Photos by Scott Swanson "They didn't care about the weath- Jordan Miller and Juncion City'sHannah Bolton battle down the back- er. The conditions were horrible, stretch during their heat of the 800 during the Junction City Invitational. especially for some of the field events." event. Paige Sanders won the 800 3000 - (i) Teagan Settelmeyer (CG) He noted that Zach Borelli of 2-43.90 and Nicole Rasmussen 9:41.10; (2) Boone McCoy-Crisp (P) Cottage Grove, last year's district won the 1500 (5:32.10), running 9:45.60; (3) David Johnson (SH) 11:12.10. javelin champion, threw 170-5, alone, ahead of the field, in both 110 Hurdles- (1) Chris Carpenter (SH) about 30 feet below his usual per- races, while Devyn Makin won the 16.80; (2) Jaibir Pannu (CG) 18.30; (3) formance, and the Huskies' Annie long jump (15-5 1A) Spencer Quimby (CG) 18.40. Whitfield threw 116-5, at least 10 In the pole vault, fresh- 300 Hurdles - (1) Zach Trask (P) feet shorter than what she normally men McKenzie Curtis and Faitk 41,50; (2) Nick Hall (SH) 43.30; (3) Dylan Johnson (CG) 44.60; (4) Ashton would throw. Swaney, and sophomore Hann Stutzman (SH) 47.90; (6) Dakota Snow Scottie Stockman was one of Mather all cleared a height, 6-0, ir (SH) 50.10; (7) Enc Flied (SH) 50.30; the bright spots, running 12.98 in their first-ever competition in thai (9) Chaco Hutchins (SH)52.40. the 100 (from a standing start) and event, Snow said. 4x100 Relay - (1) Philomath 45.17; (2) then winning the pole vault with a Philomath Three-Way Sweet Home 46.20; (3) Philomath ,B" leap of 10-7. Snow said the senior Boys Results 54.80; Sweet Home "B" and Cottage Team Scores: (1) Cottage Grove 68; Grove DQ. also ran the fastest leg of the day (2) Philomath 60; (3) Sweet Home 50. 4x400 Relay - (1) Cottage Grove for Sweet Home on the 4x100 re- Top 3 plus Sweet Home finishers 3:40.27; (2) Philomath 3:40.30; (3) lay. 100 - (1) Zach Trask (P) 11.56; (2) Sweet Home (Chace Hutchins, Spen- "He's a competitor," Snow Andrew Thaler (CG) 11.61" (3) Alex cer Knight, Chris Carpenter, Jakob Hi- said. Munsee (P) 11.80; (4) Nick Hall (SH) ett) 3:40.50; (4)Cottage Grove 3:53.10; He said the Huskies were "in 11.87; (6) Spencer Knight 11.99; (12) (5) Sweet Home 4:03.60. Kyler Gaskey (SH) 12.60; (13) Scottie Shot Put - (1) David Skeen (SH) 37-8 the thick of things" in that race Stockman (SH) 12.98; (14) Alex Seitz 3/4; (2) Ben Terry (SH) 37-2; (3) Zach until the handoff to anchor Spen- (SH) 13.30; (15) Anthony Vincent (SH) Borrelli 36-6 3/4; (6) Zane Jackson cer Knight didn't go well and then 13.60; (16) Joe Hefty (SH) 14.20. (SH) 35-2; (7) Shawn Worthen (SH) 34- Knight tightened up as he came 200 - (1) Conner Richardson (CG) 11; (10) Kyle Wodtli (SH) 32-0 114; (20) down the home stretch. 24.10; (2) Matt Trask (P) 24.20; (3) Alex Quin Wise (SH) 26-10 1/4; (21). Troy Munsee (P) 24.30; (8) Kyler Gaskey Hazelton (SH) 25-8 3/4; (23) Zach Pratt Another was sophomore (SH) 25.60; (12) Alex Seitz (SH) 27.60. (SH) 22-10 1/4. Chace Hutchin's, who crashed over 400 -' (1) Austin Place (CG) 52.60; Discus (1) Jake Johnson (SH) 127- the last hurdle in the 300 hurdles (2) Austin Brown (P) 54.00; (3) Con- 07; (2-tie)Nolan Etzel (CG), Chris Hem but managed to reach across the net Richardson (CG) 55.30; No Sweet shaw (CG) 98-11; (5) Shawn Worthen finish line to get a time as he lay Home finishers. (SH) 91-3; (11) Zach Pratt (SH) 73-10; on the track. 800- (1) Daniel Danforth (SH) 2:14.10; (12) Quin Wise (SH) 73-3; (17) Troy "That takes some guts," Snow (2) Jakob Hiett (SH) 2:14.90; (3) Chase Hazelton (SH) 62-00. Celorie (P) 2:16.30; (7) Justin Webb Javelin - (1) Zach Borrelli (CG) 170- said. (SH) 2:29.50; (9) Maxx Nguyen (SH) 5; (2) Daniel Nell (CG) 126-5; (3) Kyle On the. girls side, sophomore 3:06.20. Rose (SH) 123-4; (4) David Skeen Courtney Kent was second, by half 1500 - (1) Caelin Alba (P) 4:45.60; (2) (120-6; (5) Ben Terry (SH) 112-8; (8) a second, in the 300 hurdles, run- Brian Blythe (P) 4:48.00; (3) lan Wingo Kyle Wodtli (SH) 98-2; (9) Jake John- ning 53.00 in her first time in that (SH) 4:48.40. son (SH) 97-5; (14) Shawn Worthen ('SH) 90-7; (22) Troy Hazelton (SH) 69- 4. High Jump - (1) Chris Houck (P) 5-8; (2) Ashton Stutzman (SH) 5-6; (3) Jor- dan Yoss (CG) 5-4; (4) Anthony Vincent (SH) 5-2; (6) Jakob Hiett (SH) 5-2. Pole Vault- (1) Scottie Stockman(SH) 10-7; (2) Zach Leonard (P) 9-6; (3) Chase Celorie (P) 9-0; (4) Nick Mattson (SH) 8-6. Long Jump - (1) Dylan Johnson (CG) 19-0; (2) Jordan Yoss (CG) 17-9 1/2; (3) Gage Macomber (CG) 17-9 1/4; (8) Dakota Snow (SH) 15-9; (12)Anthony Vincent (SH) 14-6; (13) Joe Hefty (SH) 11-3. Triple Jump- (1) Chris Houck (P) 36-2 1/2; (2) Jordan Yoss (CG) 34-11; (3) Dakota Snow (SH) 34-1; (6) Joe Hefty (SH) 31-11. Girls Results Team Scores: (1) Philomath 80.5; (2) Cottage Grove 48; (3) Sweet Home Chase Hutchins, left, and Ashton Stutzman run the300 hurdles 46.5. As teammates yell encouragemente, Nick Hall runs the anchor leg of the boys 4x400 relay. Top 3 plus Sweet Home finishers. 100- (1)Ahsha Mootz (CG) 13.30; (2) Kristirle Dunn (CG) 13.50; (3) Annie Whiffield (SH) 13.90; 200- (1) Sara Ham (P) 27.10; (2) Kris- tine Dunn (CG) 27.20; (3) Devyn Makin (SH) 28.20; 400 - (1) Tegan Grunwald (P) 1:01.90; (2) Jordan Miller (SH) 1:07.70; (3).Sri- erre Marshall (P) 1:11.50; (5) Anna Chang (SH) 1:31.80. 800 - (1) Paige Sanders (SH) 2:43.90; (2) Brenna Marshall (SH) 2:45.60; (3) Marisa Browning-Kamins (P) 2:47.00. 1500- (1) Nicole Rasmussen (SH) 5:32.10; (2) "lqerra Stephenson (P) 5:44.20; (3)Anna Sackmann (P) 5:53.50; (6) Christina Ulmer (SH) 6:46.10. 3000 - (1) Sherry Woods (P) 12:37.50;- (2) Rachel Mcllroy (P) 12:50.00; (3) An- astasiya Domashenko (SH) 13:58.30. 100 Hurdles - (1) Emma Callender (P) 18.30; (2) Savanna Dawkins (CG).- 24.80. 300 Hurdles - (1) Megan Schrock (P) 52.50; (2) Courtney Kent (SH) 53.00; (3) Sabrina Davis (SH) 57.10. 4x100 Relay - (1) Philomath 51.49; (2) Cottage Grove 54.05; (30 Sweet Home (Annie Whitfield, India Porter, Karson Rodgers, Jessika Stewart ) 54.71; (4) Sweet Home "B" 58.96. 4x400 Relay- (1) Philomath 4:14.30; (2) Cottage Grove 4:33.80; (3) Sweet Home (Nicole Rasmussen, India Por- ter, Jordan Miller, Courtney Kent) 4:43.20; (4) Cottage Grove "B" 5:11.30; (5) Sweet Home "B" 5:23.90. Shot Put - (1) Tricia Ingraham (CG) 31-9 3/4; (2) Jade Corliss (SH) 30-6; (3) Sylvia Dean (CG) 29-8 1/4; (9) Sa- die Gordon (SH) 19-11 112; (10) Kelsie Zartman (SH) 19-1 114. Discus - (1) Tricia Ingraham (CG) 91- 8; (2) Laura Maurer (SH) 83-8; (3) Jade Corliss (SH) 77-5; (4) Kaitlyn Watts (SH) 73-4; (5) Sadie Gordon (SH) 68-7; (12) Kelsie Zartman (SH) 46-10. Javelin - (1) Annie Whitfield (SH) 116- 5; (8) Jade CorUss (SH) 58-5; (9) Laura Mauer (SH) 57-00; (11) Kalsie Zartman (SH) 55-2; (13) Kaitlyn Watts (SH) 52-5; (17) McKenzie Curtis (SH) 48,1. High Jump - (1) Katy Bass (CG) 4-8; (2) Brenna Marshall (P) 4-4; (3) Megan Schrock (P) 4-4. Pole Vault - (1) Megan Schrock (P) 6-6; (2-tie) McKenzie Curtis (SH), Kate Manning (P) 6-0; (4) Hannah Mather (SH) 6-0; (5) Faith Swaney (SH) 6-0. Long Jump - (1) Devyn Makin (SH) 15-5 1/2; (2) Sara Ham (P) 13-8; (3) Katy Bass (CG) 13-3; (9) Samantha Ashlock (SH) 9-7 Triple Jump - (1) Brenna Marshall (P) 31-2; (2) Kate Manning (P) 25-9; No Sweet Home competitors. Dakotah Keys makes Olympic Trials "B" standard with decathlon PR performance Dakotah Keys won the 110-meter hurdles and set personal bests in the discus, javelin and pole vault as the top collegian and sec- ond overall in the decathlon at the Sam Adams Combined Events last week. Keys, a redshirt freshman at the University of Oregon, finished with 7,682 points. Keys won the hurdles in 14.87 seconds. He then set PRs of 117-8 inthe discus, 15-9 in the pole vault and 209-1 in the javelin, a 12-foot improvement. He was fifth in the 1500 in 4:37.92. Keys' score is the fifth-best in the NCAA this season and exceed- ed the ."B" qualifying standard of 7,600 points for the Olympic Trials in Eugene this summer. The "A" standard is 7,900 points. "B" stan- dard qualifiers are eligible to com- pete in the trials, but do not receive help with travel and other expens- es, which "A" qualifiers receive. Keys' brother-in-law, Jayce Calhoon, has already qualified for the U.S. swimming Olympic Trials in the 200 backstroke. II Softball From page 11 Sweet Home 11, Sisters 1 . The Huskies defeated Sisters under the 10-run rule, 11-1 on Friday at home. The Huskies scored three runs in the first, another five in the second and three in the third, while Sisters scored a single run in the second. "I think we've been working really hard during practice in the cages," Humphrey said, and that showed at bat in this game. 'It wasn't just one or two getting it down. It was our entire lineup, top to bottom, that was swinging it well." Pitching, Marchbanks started, striking out five batters and giving up one walk and three hits. Graville pitched the last two innings, giving up one hit and no walks with four strikeouts. At bat, Wyatt and Marchbanks went 2-2. Cochran and Riggs went 2-3 with a double and a homerun. Sierra Thayer went 1-1 with a triple, and Graville went 1-2. Sisters 010 00 - 1 4 4 Sweet Home 353 0x - 11 10 1