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Page 20 PCTS   "ra - May 2, 2012 Horner's 89 lea00 Ls Husky go!fers at Mallard Creek Sweet Home's boys placed third in its final regular-season golf match, this one at home at Mallard Creek Golf Course. Behind Casey Homer's 89 - the lowest score by any Sweet Home golfer thus far this season, the Huskies scored 403 points to trail Cottage Grove (359) and Junction City (394). La Pine did not score as a team because it only had two golfers. "Casey had a good day," Coach Ken Anderson said. "We've been working real hard with him on tempo and I think he's starting to figure that out." Stephen Bishop shot 99, Chris- tian Porter carded a season's-best 105, Austin Yoder finished with 110 and Brenner Roberts shot 120 to round out Sweet Home's scor- ing. "He's only a freshman," An- derson said of Roberts, who got moved up from the junior varsity. "He's gotten thrown into the fire the last couple of matches. 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Home boasts vaulted ceilings, roomy kitchen with lots of cupboards, living room and a family room in addition to a dining nook. Easy access to Highway 228 and I-5. $235,000 MLS#635263 Small cottage in need of mending. While it has a small front yard with carport, you will have to imagine how if will look completely remodeled. Listed to sell as is for $20,000. MLS 649405 1 (541} 409-9132 Debbie Adams (54|) Stephen Bishop sends a putt on its way at Mallard Creek. juniors, and it's taken time for them to learn the game, said Anderson, who's in his first year as coach. "We're just making good, steady progress. The kids are start- ing to figure out that if they apply the things we're working on in practice, once they do that we'll be a pretty good team. They're start- ing to figure it out a bit." Sweet Home will cOmpete in the District tournament Monday and Tuesday, May 7-8, at Tokatee in Blue River. "We're going to have quali- fying this week," Anderson said. "We're only going to take five. So there's going .to be some seri- ous competition to get the top five there." Brenner Roberts takes a shot with an iron. Christian Porter isn "t sure if he likes what he's seeing as he wath- watches a shot fall. i Softball From page 15 she struck out the final batter, Humphrey said. At bat, Wyatt went 2-4. Virtue went 3-4; Graville. 1-3; McKenzie Cochran, 1-3; Riggs, 1-4; and Rubidoux, 2-4. Junction City 001 111 0 - 4 9 4 Sweet Home 301 101 x - 6 10 9 Sweet Home 3, Cottage Grove 1 The Huskies didn't get a big inning, but they did knock in a run in each of the first three innings to defeat Cottage Grove on the road. "Cottage Grove is much better than what a lot of people thought." Humphrey said. The team struggled last year, but it brought a 3-1 ball game to the field. Marchbanks started in the circle, pitching four innings, giving Photo by Sean C. Morgan Emily Marchbanks tries to catch a Junction City runner trapped between first and second. The runner was called safe. up three hits and a walk while striking out seven. Graville pitched the last three, giving up a run and two hits and striking out six. At bat, Wyatt went 1-3. Sierra Thayer went 2-3. and Riggs went 2-2. Sweet Home 111 000 0 - 3 5 0 Cottage Grove 000 010 0 - 1 5 2 i Baseball From page 17 a run against Cottage Grove and added more runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings to shut out Cottage Grove. At baL A. Rice went 1-3. White went 1-3 with a run. J. Rice went 1-3 with a run. Scott went 1-3 with a-run and an RBI. Winslow went 3-3 with a run, two RBIs and a double. J. Rice pitched the first six innings, striking out seven batters and walking three. He gave up two hits. Scott closed out the game, striking out one batter and giving up no walks or hits. Cottage Grove 000 000 0 - 0 2 2 Sweet Home 101 210 0 -5 7 0