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Page16 pT   " - May 2, 2012 Whitfield, Johns()n lead Huskies at MOC Annie Whitfield was the lone ,winner for the Sweet Home track teams Saturday at the Meet of Champions, but some other Hus- kies put o n a good show. Whitfield got off one "decent" throw in the javelin, Snow said, 132-2, but it was enough to hold off the rest of the field and defend her MOC title. The meet. held at Willamette University, featured some of the top 1A through 4A division athletes in Oregon, from 54 schools. "It was a good meet and I thought we had a pretty good day," said Coach Billy Snow. who is one of the organizers. "The meet,went well and that's always good when you put it on. "We had a lot of PRs and the ones that weren't PRs were stink- ing close. We had some big races by kids." Among the top performances were Jake Johnson's second place in the discus with a throw of 147- 9, a 7-foot PR and only 6 feet off Matt Slauson's school record, set in 2003 and good for fourth in the state 4A rankings as of Monday. Freshmen India Porter, in the 400 (1:04.80) and Jordan Miller in the 800 (2:34.06) got a taste of the big time and responded with per- sonal bests of a second and a half and four seconds, respectively. Nic01e Rasmussen post- ed a 16-second PR in the 3000 (11:08.02) but finished second be- hind Scappoose's Tia Carnahan af- ter Carnahan built up too big of a lead and Rasmussen. despite a furi- ous kick at the end, coudln't catch her, losing by three seconds. Freshman Jakob Hiett post- ed an 8-second PR in the 1500 (4:16.70) and Daniel Danforth posted his own 8-second personal best in the 3000 (9:25.05) as both- finished eighth. Other PRs came from Chace Hutchins in the 300 hurdles (46.09) and Nick Hall in the 800 (2:01.08), a three-second personal best in his third race at that distance this sea- son. "It was a good meet. I thought we had a pretty good day," Snow said. This week the Huskies host the entire Sky-Em League with the exception of Junction City on Wednesday at 4 p.m.. then travel to Lebanon Friday for the Rob Allen Invitational on the Warriors' brand new track, a meet that will bring to- gether 6A teams North Salem and Sprague. 5A schools Bend. Dallas. South Albany and Lebanon. and 4A foe Elmira along with Sweet Home. Field events start at 4:30 p.m. Meet of Champions Top 3 competitors and Sweet Home results for events with Sweet Home competitors Boys results 800 - (1> Chris MacMurray (Estaca- da) 1:59.85; (2)Jonathan Ferguson (Pleasant Hill) 2:00.24; (3) Nick Hall (SH) 2:01.08. 1500 - (1) Alex Dillard (Dufur) 4:04.32; (2) Chris MacMurray (Esta- cada) 4:06.06; (3) Corbin Helt (Cre- swell) 4:09,45; (8) Jakob Hiett (SH) 4:16.70. 3000 (1) Alex Dillard (Dufur) 8:51.10; (2) Aaron Josi (1311amook) 9:10.11; (3) Andy Holstrom (Valley Catholic) 9:12.16; (8) Daniel Danforth (SH) 9:25.05. 300 Hurdles - (1) Zach Trask (Philo- math) 40.22; (2) Erik Sutfin (Rainier) 40.53; (3) John Schifferer (Cascade) 41.66; (19) Chace Hutchins (SH) 46.09. 4x100 Relay - (1) PhilOmath 44.14; (2) Scappoose 44.51; (3) Cascade 44.55; (5) Sweet Home (Spencer Knight, Nick Halt, Kyler Gaskey, Chris Carpenter) 44.70. Discus - (1) AJ Hedgecock (Dayton) 156-09; (2) Jake Johnson (SH) 147- 9; (3) Jeremiah Woods (Damascus -Christian) 146-t. Javelin- (1)Aaron Mateski (North Bend) 182-6; (2) Justin Larson (Day- ville) 174-11; (3) Zach Borrelli (Cot-- tage Grove) 174-3. Long Jump - (1) David Harris (Western Christian) 21-101/2; (2) AJ Hedgecock (Dayton) 21-5; (3) Sergio Ulloa (Amity) 21-2; (6) Chris Carpen- ter (SH) 20-1Y2. Girls Results 100 - (1) Genna Settle (Estacada) 12.69; (2) Haley Guest (Scio) 13.03; (3) Ahsha Mootz (Cottage Grove) 13.05; (10) Devyn Makin (SH) 13.45. 400 - (1) Kristine Dunn (Cottage Grove) 59.20; (2) Natalie Ambrose (Sisters) 59.81" (3) Loghan Sprauer (Kennedy) 1:00.54; (18) India Porter (SH) 1:04.80. 800 - (1) Zoe Falk (Sisters) 2:22.46; (2) Olivia Powell (Creswell) 2:24.70; (3) Tierra Stephenson (Philomath) 2:25.40; (11) Jordan Miller (SH) 2:34.06. 3000 - (1) "l-ia Carnahan (Scappoose) 11:04.83; (2) Nicole Rasmussen (SH) 11:08.02; (3) Frances Payne (Sisters) 11:16.39. 300 Hurdles - (1) Kristan Holding (Damascus Christian) 47.76; (2) Ci- ana Baron (Western Christian) 48.31 ; (3) Chelsea Reifschneider (Sisters) 48.54; (23) Courtney Kent (SH) 55.82. 4x400- (1) Sisters 4:11.44; (2) Phi- Iomath 4:13.86; (3) YamhilI-Carlton (4:14.52; (13) Sweet Home (Sabrina Davis, Jordan Miller, India Porter, Ha- ley Kent) 4:30.34. Shot Put - (1) Melissa Ausman (Nyssa) 39-10; (2) Caitlyn Grubb (Jbfferson) 39-1Y2; (3)Alex Romero (Cascade) 37-31/2; (10) Jade Corliss (SH) 32-9; (18) Annie Whitfield (SH) 29-11. Discus - (1) Melissa Ausman (Ny- ssa) 143-9; (2) Annie Victor (Banks) 115-0; (3) Taylor Darden (Dufur) 110- 2; (17) Laura Mauer (SH) 90-11. Javelin - (1) Annie Whitfield (SH) 132-2; (2) Kelsey Shaw (Elmira) 131-0; (3) Miriam Schmucker (North Bend) 126-1. Long Jump - (1) Gennq Sette (Es- tacada) 171-71/2; (2) Kristan Hold- ing (Damascus Christiafi) 17-0; (3) Devyn Makin (SH) 16-8% ........  : ...... ,']  :.  ;f- ,-  ......... Photos by Scott Swanson Jake Johnson throws the discus at the Meet of Champions Sweet Home traveled to La the Huskies at a loss for big scor- Pine Wednesday, April 25. for a ing. tour-way meet with Sky-Em teams Sweet Home at La Pine Sisters and Elmira, along with the Boys Results host Hawks, some Mountain View Top 3 plus Sweet Home finishers Events not listed did not include athletes and 1A Gilchrist. Sweet Home entries. Most of Sweet Home's  top Team Scores- (1) La Pine 177; (2) athletes stayed home to prepare for the Meet of Champions, which left See Track, page 17 ECONOMY DRUGS Mon.. Fri. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. -I p.m. all clinics provide all the services listed. Our staffwill refer to you to the closest clinic that will have the services that you need. Immunizations HIV/AID$ Testing & Counseling WlC (Supplemental Foods & Nutrition) STD Testing & Counseling Womens Services: Exams Pap Tests Birth Control Pregnancy Test I visit our website: www.co.linn.or.us/health I Confidential services-low fees No one refused service for inability to pay. Albany 315 4th SW 541-967-3888 Lebanon 1600 S. Main 541-451-5932 Sweet Home 799 Long St. 541-367-3888 Jakob Hiett, lO,'batttes for position in the 1500 as he ran to a seven-second PR. Groundskeeping [Janitorial I Shredding I Woodshop Call today for a free quote 541-367-2765 Mail a donation to: Sunshine Industries Unlimited. Inc. Or make a PayPal donation on our website: www.sunshineindust riesunlimited.com P.O. Box 178. Sweet Home. OR 97386 3714 Long Street I 541-367-2765 i Coupon book sales raising funds for S HIH track The Sweet Home Junior High track team is selling Burger King discount coupon books, through the end of the track season as a fund-raiser, which are available at The New Era. 1313 Main St. The book costs $5 but the cou- pons inside total about $30. For more information, contact Coach Lela Danforth at (541) 401- 3575.