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1 i, "r, - April 25, 2012 SPORTS Page 15 Boys third, girls second in t] :k 6 7 8 It was a "mixed bag" for Sweet Home's track and field team in a home meet April 19against Sky- Em Conference rivals Cottage Grove and Elmira. With several top performers out or limited by sickness or inju- ries, the Huskies placed third on the boys side and tied with Elmira for second, about five points behind Cottage Grove on the girls. We say "about" because the computer wasn't programmed cor- rectly to score the meet and gave all the teams about twice the.points they were supposed to have, Coach Billy Snow said. "We had all kinds of issues with our timing stuff," he said. The boys had a good day in the distance events, Nick Hall tak- ing first in the 800 (2:04.40), Dan- iel Danforth in the 1500 (4:31.27) and freshman Jakob Hiett winning the 3000 (9:53.41). The other two winners for the boys were Scottie Stockman in the pole vault (10- 00) and Jake Johnson in the discus (125-4). On the girls side, Courtney Kent was a double winner in the 100 (13.72) and the 300 hurdles (53.37) while Jade Corliss won the shot (32-11) and Annie Whitfield the javelin (126-0), and Nicole Rasmussen was first in the 3000 (11:28.14). Snow said he was particularly impressed by the return of Crystal Crites, who took second in the triple jump with an effort of 29-6 after be- ing cleared by a doctor to compete, practicing a couple of days, and en- tering her first meet of the season. Crites also high jumped 4-4. Sweet Home's athletes will see limited action this week, with some traveling to La Pine Wednesday and others competing Saturday at the Meet of Champions at Willamette University. Snow said he hopes a few athletes might be able to get qualifying marks for the MOC at La Pine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * * * Cottage Grove, Elmira at Sweet Home Boys Results (Note: Results may not include some JV results from other teams, which might skew placings.) t08-(1) Garrett Lewellen (E) 11.50; (2)Andrew Thaler (CG) 11.58; (3) Gage Macomber (CG) 11.73; (4) Spencer Knight (SH) 11.81; (10) Eric Photo by Sean C. Morgan Huskies, from left, Chase Hutchins, Eric Flierl, Scottie Stockman and Trever Olson exchange batons in the 4x100 relay. Flieri 12.93; (15) Robert Gourley (SH) 15.40. 200- (1) Garret Lewellen (E) 23.61; (2) Conner Richardson (CG) 23.91; (3) Gage Macomber (CG) 24.21; (4) Spencer Knight (SH) 24.39; (11) Alex Seitz (SH) 27.64. 400 - (1) Austin Place (CG) 53.30; (2) Conner Richardson (CG) 53.95; (3) Jakob Hiett (SH) 59.27; (6) Inn Wingo (SH) 1:01.49; (8) Joe Hefty (SH) 1:06.45. 800 - (1) Nick Hall (SH) 2:04.40; (2) Austin Place (CG) 2:14.26; (3) AnthonY O'Neil (CG) 2:14.48; (5) Justin Webb (SH) 2:28.93. 1500 - (1) Daniel Danforth (SH) 4:31.27; (2) Teagan Settlemeyer (CG) 4:32.35; (3) Darin French (E) 4:39.76; (4) Justin Webb (SH) 4:58.96. 3000 - (1) gakob Hiett (SH) 9:53.41; (2) lan Wingo (SH) 10:24.80. 110 Hurdles - (1) Garrett Lewellen (E) 15.45; (2) Chris Carpenter (SH) 17.22; (3) Jaibir Pannu (CG) 18.24; 308 Hurdles - (1) Dylan Johnson (CG) 43.39; (2) Alex Crisp (E) 46.81; (3) Broc Beach (CG) 48.11; (5) Eric Flied (SH) 49.56; 4xlg0 Relay - (1) Cottage Grove 45.06; (2) Sweet Home (Chris Carpenter, Scottie Stockman, Spencer Knight, Trevor Olson) 46.47; (3) Elmira 47;60. 4x400 Relay -(1) Cottage Grove 3:39.24; (2) Elmira 4:04.65. Shot Put - (1) Brandon Phemister (CG) 40- 8; (2) Jeff Phemister (CG) 39-9; (3) Ben Terry (SH) 39-8; (4) Zane Jackson (SH) 38-0; (5) Kyle Wodtli (SH) 36-8; (6) David Skeen (SH) 35-10; (7) Jake Johnson (SH) 36-2; (9) Shawn Worthen (SH) 32-10; (11) Quin Wise (SH) 30- 2; (13) Zach Pratt (SH) 29-2; (14) Kyler Gaskey (SH) 28-9 1/2; (16) Troy Hazelton (SH) 25-5. Discus - (1) Jake Johnson (SH) 125-4; (2) Nolan Etzel (CG) 105-9; (3) Zach Borrelli (CG) 99-1; (5) Quin Wise (SH) 92-00; (6) Zach Pratt (SH)" 91-07; (8) Zane Jackson (SH) 87-05; (9) Shawn Worthen (SH) 86-07; (10) Ben Terry (SH) 85-04; (12) Troy Hazelton (SH) 67-08. Javelin - (1)Zach Borrelli (CG) 161-6; (2) Mason Beebe (E) 138-7; (3) Nolan Messman (E) 135-11; (7) Kyle Wodtli (SH) 125-4; (8) David Skeen (SH) 123-10; (9) Jake Johnson (SH) 123-4; (11) Kyle Rose (SH) 113-10; (12) Brycen Mitten (SH) 111-1; (13)Ben Terry (SH) 105-4; (14) Shawn Worthen (SH) 88-4; (15) Troy Hazelton (SH) 71-3. High Jump- (1) Nolan Messman (E) 5-11; (2) Jordan Yoss (CG) 5-6; (3-tie) Jakob Hiett (SH) 5-2; (5) Anthony Vincent (SH) 5-2. Pole Vault - (1) Scottie Stockman (SH) 10-0; (2) Mason Beebe (E) 9-6; (3-tie) Nick Mattson (SH) Brent Wolkersdorfer (E) 9-0. Long Jump - (1) Denzel Deleen (E) 20-3; (2) Dylan Johnson (CG) 19-3; (3) Jordan Yoss (CG) 17-10; (5) Brycen Mitten (SH) 17-0; (6) Eric Flierl (SH) 16-6; (7) Joe Hefty (SH) 16- 4; (8) Dakota Snow (SH) 15-11; (9) Anthony Vincent (SH) 15-5; (10) Robert Goudey (SH) 11-10 1/2. Triple Jump - (1) Gage Macomber (CG) 37- 6; (2) Jordan Yoss (CG) 36-9 1/2; (3) Taylor Kesling (E) 36-5; (4) Brycen Mitten (SH) 34-11; (6) Joe Hefty (SH) 33-5 1/2. Girls Results (Note: Results may not include some JV results from other teams, which might skew placings.) 100- (1) Courtney Kent (SH) 13.72; (2) Jessika Stewart (SH) 13.84; (3) Kirstyn Groshong (E) 13.89; (5) Haley Kent (SH) 14.12; (6) India Porter (SH) 14.20; (7) Jazmin Yoder (SH) 14.20 (9) Karson Rodgers (SH) 14.64; (12) Krystal Crites (SH) 15.12; (14) Hannah Mather (SH) 16.03; Samantha Ashlock (SH) 16.12 200 - (1) Ahsha Mootz (CG) 27.47; (2) Josi Sisco (CG) 28.25; (3) Jordan Miller (SH) 29.27; (4) India Porter (SH) 29.90; (9) Alena Davis (SH) 33.19. 400-(1) Kristine Dunn (CG) 1:00.99; (2) Jordan Miller (SH) 105.87; (3) Nicole Rasmussen (SH) 1:07.66; (6) Paige Sanders (SH) 1:10.96; (8) Yoshiko Tomono (SH) 1:25.38; (9) Shiho Harada (SH) 1:29.53; (10) Anna Chang (SH) 1:31.13. 800- (1) Jesska Sand (E) 2:45.22; (2) Morgan Craig (E) 2:4528; (3) Samantha Gilmore (CG) 2:51.61;(4) Kinber Swanson (SH)2:52.86; (7) Anastasiya Domashenko (SH) 3:06.52. 1500 - (1) Jessica. 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