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1  ra - May 2, 2012 ,SPORTS Huskies down Ce The Huskies defeated La Pine 12-3 on the road on Monday in baseball. Junction City 5-2 on the road Friday after a scoreless game went to the ninth inning and shut out Cottage Grove at home 5-0 on April 24. The Huskies are 8-3 in league and 10-10 overall. They rank second in league behind Sisters, 10-0, and ahead of Elmira. 6-4. Cottage Grove is 3-7; La Pine, 3-8; and Junction City, 1-9. The Huskies host Elmira Wednesday, travel to Sisters on Friday and Cottage Grove on Tuesday. Sweet Home 12, La Pine 3 C0ry Hanks went 5-5 at bat to lead the Huskies as they recorded 19 hits. The Huskies took a 2-0 lead in the top of the fourth, exchanging runs with La Pine until the seventh inning, when the Huskies scored eight. La Pine scored one more before the end of the game. At bat, Jeremy White went 2-5 with a run and two RBIs. Christian Voldbaek scored a run. Hunter Bidwell went 3-4 with two runs and three RBIs on two doubles. Justin Rice went 3-5 with two runs and an RBI. Drayson Scott went 1-3 with a run and an RBI. Nate Melcher went 3-3 with two runs and two RBIs. Hanks went 5-5 with two RBIs, a run and a double. Kyle Winslow went 2-4 with two runs. and Colton Holly went 1-4.s Hanks started the game on the mound, striking out four and giving up a run and two hits with no walks in four innings. White pitched two innings, striking out three and giving up two hits and a run. Scott pitched an inning, giving up a walk, hit and run while striking out one. Sweet Home 000 211 8 - 12 19 2 La Pine 000 101 1 -3 5 2 Sweet Home 5, Junction City 2 Neither team scored for eight innings, but the Huskies knocked in five runs in the ninth, while giving up only two runs in the bottom, to get the win Page 17 Ltage Grey Junction City Photos by Seen C. Morgan Kyle Winslow prepares to catch the incoming throw and put out a Cottage GroVe batter who's closing in on first base in the Huskies' 5-0 win over the Lions on April 24. Scoring runs in the final inning were Austin Rice, Voldbaek. Bidwell, Melcher and Winslow. White went 2-5 with two RBIs. Drayson Scott slides into second base a fraction of a second too late against Cottage Grove. l Track Gourley (SH) 33.95. 400 - (1) Easton Curtis (S) 50.80; (2) Jeremy Derosiers (LP) 50.86; (3) Dil- lon Link (G) 53,09; (5) Trever Olson (SH) 57.75. 800 - (1) Brandon Pollard (S) 2:06.20; (2) Shea Krevi (S) 2:12.77; (3) Taylor Ogle (LP) 2:13.31; (8)Justin Webb (SH) 2:29.51; (14) Maxx Nguyen (SH) 2:57.84. 1500 -' (1) Austin Smith (LP) 4:46.32; (2) Tyress TurnsPlenty (LP) 4:54.66; (3) Seth Urquhart (S) 4:59.11; No Sweet Home entries. 3000 - (1) lan Wingo (SH) 10:32.41; (2) Autsin Smith (LP) 10:32.42; (3) Darin French (E) 10:39.80. 110 Hurdles - (1) Garrett Lewellen (E) 15.74; (2) Colton George (LP) 15.84; (3) Alex Crisp (E) 18.15; (6) Dakota Snow (SH) 20.74, 300 Hurdles - (1) Colton George (LP) 42.32; (2) Garrett Lewellen (E) 43.65; (3) Trinton Koch (Gil) 45.98; (6) Eric Flied (SH) 49.71; (7) Alex Seitz (SH) 50;19. Shot put - (1) Travis Harrison (LP) 45-8,; (2) Zane Anderson (Gil) 42-10 1/2; (3) Devon Cram-Hill (LP) 40-10 1/2; (4) Ben Terry,(SH) 38-10; (5) From page 16 Elmira 129; (3) Sisters 102; (4) Gil- christ 40; (5) Sweet Home 38; (6) Mountain View 9. 100.-(1) Garrett Lewellen (E) 11.59; (2) Ethan Luloff (S) 11.60; (3) Wil Opitz (E) 11.85; (30) Robert Gourley (SH) 15.97. 200 - (1) Jeremy Derosiers (LP) 23.79; (2) Kole Kimmel (LP) 24.59; (3) Zack Neet (LP) 25.04; (17) Nick Mattson (SH) 27.69; (21) Robert Bidwell went 101 with an RBI. Also hitting were A. Rice, 1-3: Justin Rice, 1-5. Drayson Scott. 1-4: and Winslow, 1-4. Hanks started, pitching four innings, striking out one. giving up three hits and no walks. White pitched four innings, striking out six batters and giving up no hits or walks. Scott pitched the final inning, giving up a walk, hitting one batter and giving up two runs. 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Same Hours, Same Building Open: Mon-Thurs 6 am = 11 pm Fri-Sun 7 am = 11 pm WEEDS, GRASS, BLACKBERRIES AND MORE MUST BE TRIMMED: Grass and weeds cannot be over I0 inches high Blackberry vines cannot cross the property lines Plants cannot block sidewalks or vision from a road Property owners and renters will be sent a courtesy notice to trim overgrown vegeta- tion. If vegetation is not trimmed, the City may have the property mowed or cut as needed without further notice. The City will bill the owner/renter for the work. / , , .... ...... i? :'I/:: .... i ,- .... .......... ,.i,,,,;;;:  .;:i../:;. :,,' ,,: :: ,, il-I ]] -I 17771 r' llllli -