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1 a, .ra - April 25, 2012 Page 13 SPORTS i Softball team dominates Sist:,.00rs, falls to Elmira Sweet Home 10, Sisters 2 The Huskies dominated Sisters 10-2 in softball on the road Friday. It was close to start, but the Huskies kept getting runners on base, said Coach Casey Humphrey. Each inning, they'd get a little farther. The Huskies led 1-0 after one inning and were tied 2-2 by the end of the third. The Huskies scored in every following inning to get the win. Emily Marchbanks pitched all seven innings, giving up seven hits and two doubles, while striking out l0 batters. She hit one batter but gave up no walks. At bat, Halley Hummer went 3-4; Sarah Wyatt, 3-3; Katie Virtue 1-2, Megan Graville 2-5; Ciytlin Gillespie, 1-2; Emili Riggs, 1-2; Megan Rubidoux 2-4; and Marchbanks 2-4. The game leaves the Huskies tied with Junction City at 6-2 in league. The Huskies face Junction City on Friday. Elmira is in first place at 8-0. Cottage Grove, 1-5, can't be overlooked at fourth place either, Humphrey said. Sisters is 1-7, and La Pine is 0-6. Sweet Home 101 122 3 - 10 15 1 Sisters 002 000 0 - 2 7 2 Elmira 5, Sweet Home 2 The Huskies lost 5-2 in their second game of the season to Elmira, the league lehder, on April 18 at Elmira. "It was a tough one," Humphrey said. "I still don't think we played our best softball that day." The Huskies had a couple of defensive errors that worked for Elmira, he said. It left a bad taste, and the Huskies are looking forward to hosting Elmira next game. The Huskies can take Elmira, Humphrey said. "I don't think they'll sweep us." Graville pitched the six innings, giving up seven hits, a double and a walk. She struck out three. Elmira pitcher Boytz gave up WWW.PR MAS NG.COM Photo courtesy of Heather Thorpe Visiting New Zealand wrestlers perform a haka war dance before their match against Sweet Home last week. B Titles Home hosted a New Zealand team in front of some 500 spectators in the Main Gym. , "That was a fun time," Thor- pe said. The visitors performed a haka war dance that was "really cool," he said. The Huskies won most of their matches and former Huskies and current coaches Tomas Rosa and Kyle Temple both won their matches against a New Zealand coach who placed second in the Oceanic Tournament last year. "Their level of wrestling was From page 9 the Schillings, Cowger and Wade Paulus. "Guys have worked hard and have done those extra things that will pay off for them next year," Thorpe said. "I could not do what I do and give this kind of time commitment if it were not for these guys." On Thursday, April 19, Sweet not like ours," Thorpe said. "They were impressed with our facili- ties, the easy access, the number of kids doing it. That made it a neat cultural event." The visitors, who arrived from two weeks in the Midwest, told Thorpe their stay in Sweet Home was their favorite stop. "The kids went to school and we went to the (spot)light, we had a crowd and we had the music playing," he said. "We had a show. It was good for wrestling and good for us." Golfers break 400, head to Mallard Sweet Home's golfers finished higher level of competition." with a team score of 392 in a tour- Sweet Home will play at home Property Management Dep( i:!ment (541 367-4226 www.amescreekrealty.cm nament at Quail Run in Molalla Monday. Coach Ken Anderson said the Huskies were led by Stephen Bish- op, who shot 92. Michael Tolle finished with 101, followed by Austin Yoder (104), Casey Homer (107), Brenner Roberts (111) and Christian Porter (118). Junction City won the five- team event, but Anderson didn't have their score. At Arrowhead. on Thursday, April 19, the Huskies again were led by Bishop, who shot 94, finish- ing sixth out of eight teams. "We're real young," said An- derson, who is in his first year coaching the Huskies. "One of the things we've been doing this year is we've had to take a lot of replacement players. That's really been good for us beca.use it gives us experience. Players who nor- mally are on the JV get to play at a Creek Wednesday; April 25, at Mallard Creek. Saturday May 5th 4pm-8pm At The High School DINNER INCLUDES AN ALL YOU CAN EAT TACO BAR AND HOTDOGS. $5.00 Children's entertainment for all kids that attend will include an inflatable structure, face painting and more Auction items include: flower baskets, wine tasting tours, casino packages, Disneyland tickets, U of O and OSU tickets, Jamboree tickets, Willamette Country music festival tickets, rodeo tickets, CTC grader service, bark dust, and gift certifi- cates for restaurants & entertainment. We are still looking for donations, so if you or someone you know ca n help please call Halley Elementary at 541-367-7162 Thank you for your support. We have received 100's of donations this year, so come see what's available. two hits anda walk, striking out 13 Huskies. McKenzie Cochran hit a double, with an RB1. Sierra Thayer pinch hit a singl e in the seventh inning. Sweet Home 100 100 0 - 2 2 3 Elmira 201 020 x - 5 7 1 "The Real Deal" PRI00ASING MOTORS m m R m m m m m I m I Sales-Service-Parts All Makes & Models 8-5:30 Mon-Thurs - 8-5:00 On Fridays (54'1) 258-819'1, 1-800-225-4670 1211 SOUTH MAIN ST., AT THE "Y" IN LEBANON REAL ESTATE SECTION PRICE REDUCED!! Great home on an acre just outside of town. 2016 sf, 4 bedroom, 2 bath quality built single level home on one acre. Updated late 1970's with well, septic, pole building, double garage, deck. patio, cedar siding and lots of windows. Very private back yard. $260,000 mls# 646076 Bill & Rabble Nyara - Heritage NW Real Estate Inc. (541) 401-9559 or 401-9560 (cells) --'00Ames Creek 541.367.6364 REALTY www ames(:reekrealty.com i FOR RENT ATTENTION LANDLORDS! 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