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- April 18, 2012 McKenzie River. His programs tend to be very interactive with the audience and he does not hesitate Page 13 !! --- For more information, contact some of those areas to a more - ii chapter President Bill Nyara at natural condition, said David A1- (541) 401-9559. len, RMEF president and CEO. From page 12 in Oregon this summer by Kokanee Power of Oregon. The others will be June 16 at Wickiup Reservoir, forms are available at www.ko- kaneepoweroregon.com. * * * :1: * The Mid Valley Chapter to share his knowledge and exper- * * * * * Northwest Steelheaders will tise. Currey also guides on the Si- Rejuvenating decadent meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, letz, Coquille, Umpqua, Siuslaw. mea- dows used by foraging elk at the Albany Senior Center.and Coos Rivers. and other wildlife is the central "Our grants also will help to de- velop springs and guzzlers, re- move old fencing and support im- portant research across the state." July 14 at Crescent Lake and Aug. Curt Currey of Currey Guide The meeting is open to the pub- theme in a list of Oregon con- Funding for RMEF grants is 18 at Odell Lake. Service will present a program lic and all fishermen are cordially servation projects slated to re- based on local membership Information and sign-up on spring chinook fishing on the invited to attend this presentation, ceive grants in 2012 from the drives and banquet fundraising sky b y d Elm JC 711, t k RockyMountainElkFoundation. by RMEF chapters and volun- !i ~_~ ' TheRMEFfundingtotals$165,500teers in Oregon. Allen thanked .~ U 0 S OW~/Z Ira, l rac and affects 17 counties: Benton, RMEF supporters for their dedi- .J. JL Crook, Curry, Douglas, Grant, cation to conservation both in Or- Harney, Klamath, Lake, Lane, Lin- egon and all across elk country. Sweet Home's young track ment). Snow said-the girls are show- coin, Linn, Marion, Morrow, Uma- On the boys side. Zane Jack- son led a Sweet Home sweep of the top five places in the shot put with a 40-9 to win that event, a I-foot PR. The boys swept the distance events as Nick Hall won the 800 (2:04.49. run m sprinter's spikes), Daniel Danforth the 1500 (4:24.44) and Ian Wingo the 3000 (10:24.97). Jake Johnson won the discus with a toss of 135-6 and Scottie Stockman went 10-6 to win the pole vault. Freshman Shawn Worthen went three for three in his throw- mg events, including a third-place finish in the discus (94-9) with a 2 1/2-foot PR. Snow said expectations are going up for his athletes, which he predicted will lead to improved performances in coming weeks. "David Skeen was disap- pointed with 132 in the javelin af- ter throwing 143 on Saturday," he said. "But he'd never thrown over 120 before that. His expectations are much higher and that's a good thing. They're setting the bar a lot higher." Other notable performances were Ashton Stutzman's second place in the high jump (5-6), Nick Mattson's PR of 9-6 in the vault "it wasn't pretty, but he made it over." Snow said - and freshman Faith Swaney's 6-6 vault, which tied teammate McKenzie Curtis. but showed "drastic" improvement in her form. he said. "'We've got a lot of kids in the technical events, like the javelin and the p01e vault, who are figur- ing it out. Snow said. "They're getting the technique down." Not only did the boys short re- lay run a season's best to win, but all three of the other relay teams also hit season PRs all without at least one of their best runners. and field athletes continued their maturation process Thursday, April 12. in a three-way meet with Sky- Em opponents Junction City and host Elmira. The boys won with 78 points. to Elmira's 65.5 and Junction City's 36.5. The girls were sec- ond in a tight points race that was won by Elmira with 65 points, with the Huskies six points behind and Junction City three farther back with 56. Though the Huskies were coming off a hard workout the day before for the sprinters and dis- tance crew. Coach Billy Snow said they did well. particularly consid- ering that Sweet Home was resting its top girls. "'We were really pleased." he said. noting that Annie Whit- field did not throw the javelin and Devyn Makin did not long jump - both of which would have scored enough points to win the meet for the girls. Whitfield, in particular. would have thrown in three meets in eight days, and coaches decided to rest her. "That's a swing of eight points.'" Makin won the 100 (13.50) and the Huskies got double wins from sophomores Courtney Kent in the 300 hurdles (53 10 - a PR) and the long jump (13-2) and Nicole Rasmussen in the 800 (2:34.58) and the 1500 (5:25.91). in which she paced teammate Paige Sand- ers to second (5:32.86) in a three- second PR. The Huskies also got a big win from thrower Jade Cor- liss in the shot put (32-11), a PR of over a foot. "'Jade had a great day," Snow said. "She was three for three in PRs in her events" - the discus (80-7. a 3-foot personal best) and the javelin (62-2. a 4-foot improve- Laundromat! on M ,2012 Save the Sweet Home MORE AVAILABLE SPACE THROUGHOUT THE DAY FOR: + - Sweet Home, Home Schooters Swim Time - Mommy And Baby Aquatic Orientation Swim Times - Noon Lap Swim - Noon Water Aerobics - Multiple Masters And Triathlon Training Workout Times - Kayak And Scuba Open Use Times - More Flexible Lesson Times- ing some speed. "We've got a little stable of girls sprinters." he said. "(Assistant Coach) Jim (Kistner) and I are very impressed. We had a hard workout the day before and they came back and ran great times." Sweet Home will be back in action at home Thursday, April 19. at 4 p.m. in a three-way meet with Elmira and Cottage Grove. The Huskies will then hit the road a week later, on April 25. for a competition with Elmira and host La Pine before their top perform- ers compete April 28 at the Meet of Champions at WJllamette Univer- sity in Salem. Sweet Home and Junction City at Elmira Top 3 plus Sweet Home Results Boys Team Scores: (1) Sweet Home 78; (2) Elmira 65.5; (3) Junction City 36.5, ' 100- (1) Garrett Lewellen (E) 11.44; (2) Conner Gibson (JC) 11.68; (3) Chris Carpenter (SH) 11.78; (4) Spencer Knight (SH) 11,99; (12) Kyler Gaskey (SH) 12.76; (15) Nick Mattson (SH) 13.12; (18) Eric Flierl (SH) 13.21; (23) Robert Gourley (SH) 16.15. 200 - (1) Conner Gibson (JC) 24.16; (2) Apollo Lizzi (JC) 25.27; (3) Zach Modee (E) 25.33; No Sweet Home entrants. 400 - (1) Mason Erager (JC) 57.36; (2) Alex Seitz (SH) 58.82; (3) Jeremy Soto (JC) 59.15; (4) Trever Olson (SH) 59.19. 800 - (1) Nick Hall (SH) 2:04.49; (2) Daniel Danforth (SH) 2:10.89; (3) Darin French (E) 2:16.51: (10) Maxx Nguyen (SH) 2:56.13. 1500 - (1) Daniel Danforth (SH) 4:24.44; (2) Jakob Hiett (SH) 4:24.60; (3) Bezi Lizzi (JC) 5:17.13, 3000- (1)lan Wingo (SH) 10:24.97; (2) Darin French (E) 10:33.17; (3) Justin Webb (SH) 11:14.15; (4) David I See Track, page 15 Paid for bvthe Sweer Home Swim Club tilla, Union, Wallowa and Wheeler. 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