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tre ea, Era - June 6, 2012 SPORTS Page 15 Nick Hall, Devyn Makin repeat as track ]wVPs Seniors Nick Hall, Devyn Makin and Annie Whitfield were named Most Valuable Players for. the Sweet Home track and field teams Wednesday, May 30, at the annual awards banquet It was the second year in a row for Hall and Makin, who both were leaders in the Huskies' per- formances in this year's district and state meet. The girls finished second in the district meet and the boys third. Coach Billy Snow emphasized that Sweet Home lost a"big group" of seniors from last year's team to graduation and this year was a question mark. He noted that an- other big group is leaving this year, among them three of the members of the girls 4x100 relay team that qualified four straight years for the state finals, winning two of those events. "This has been a great, great group to work with," he said of the "young" team that turned out this year. "They got after it and they got after it jn practice." Several seniors also praised the efforts of the younger athletes, saying that the underclassmen in- spired them to do better. "They pushed me," said triple- jumper Dakota Snow of two rook- ies in his event, Brycen Mitten and Joe Hefty. Two other high school track rookies, Jakob Hiett and Jade Cor- liss, were named Newcomers of the Year. Hiett was the only fresh- man in the state 4A 1500 and 3000 fields, while Corliss made the state meet in the shot put by half an inch with a close second-place finish in the district meet, then followed that up with a 3-foot personal best to take third at state with a throw of 37-11. "That amazes me and inspires me," said Assistant Coach Krystal Streight, the school record holder in the event. "I told her she had to finish the year at 35 feet if she wanted to beat my record. My re- cord's totally out the door next year. I know it, but I'm totally hap- py about that." The Will to Win award, which goes to athletes "prepare them- selves physically and mentally daily for success and go into com- petition knowing they will give whatever it takes to succeed, and always leave their best effort out on the field or track," went to seniors Chris Carpenter, Scottie Stockman, Jessika Stewart and Whitfield. Coaches noted Stockman's "amazing" effort in the district 4x400, which got the Huskies to state, and Carpenter' consistency and hard work in the sprints, from the 100 to the 400. Stewart, who battled back twice from torn knee ligaments during the last three years, was "truly amazing," Assistant Coach Jim Kistner said. "That's why we give these awards." Whitfield was introduced by her brother, Nathan Whitfield, who said "when it comes to this award, I think of her (pointing to his sister)." He said Annie Whitfield's effort at state, where her fifth javelin throw was 10 feet beyond her earlier at- tempts, was "unheard of- and then she beat it with her next throw." The Hustle Award, voted on by the team, which honors ath- letes who "get after it in practice iiiii Track award winners are, in front from left, Jessika Stewart, Devyn Makin, Annie Whitfield, Sabrina Davis and Court- ney Kent. In second row, from left, are Nicole Rasmussen, Kyle Rose, Nick Hall, Trever Olson and Scottie Stockman. In rear, from left, are Jordan Miller, Jade Corliss, Jakob Hiett, Jake Johnson, Ashton Stutzman and Chris Carpenter. as much as they would for a meet, always going 100 percent and do- 5 ing what a coach or workout asks," went to Trever Olson, Jake John- son and Courtney Kent. 1 Olson, a wrestler who tried track for the first time this year as 4 9 a junior, showed exceeding tough- ness in workouts and competition, 2 Kistner said. "After this year, I'm going to 4 go to wrestling practice and start recruiting," he said. "I love wres- 8 1 tiers. They're tough as nails, that's all I can say. They can handle the pain." 6 Johnson, who finished fifth in the discus at state, practiced seem- 7 3 ingly constantly, Streight said. FORM LB-I NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING A public meeting of the Board of Directors of the Sweet Home Fire & Ambulance District will be held on June 19, 2012 at 7 pm at 1099 Long Street, Sweet Home, Oregon. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2012 as approved by the Sweet Home Fire & Ambulance Dislfict Budget Committee. A summary of the budget is presented below A copy of the budget may be inspected or obtained at 1099 Long Street Sweet Home, Oregon between the hours of 8 am, and 5 p.m. This budget is for an annual budget period. This budget was prepared on a basis of accounting that is the same as used the preceding year. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * Mike Beaver, Fire Chief 641-367-5882 nbeveG'ce)!H[ytc!,!t FINANCIAL SUMMARY - RESOURCES TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS Actual Amount Adopted Budget Approved Budget 20t0-11 This Year 2011-12 Next Yeer 2012-13 Belinnlng Fund Balance/Net Working Capital 355,040 235f040 236t163 Fees, Licenses, Permits, Fines, Assessments & Other Service Charges Federal, State and All Other Grants, Gifts, Allocations and Donations Revenue from Bonds and Other Debt thterfund Transfers / Intamal Service Reimbursements 65,000 886t926 1,145,667 2,267,633 65000 899920 1,154,862 2,290,945 65000 802,082 All Other Resources Except Property Taxes Property Taxes Estimated to be Received 976.929 Total Resources Personnel Services Vlafedals and Services 2,134,051 FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS BY OBJECT CLASSIFICATION 3apital Outlay Debt Service Interfund Transfers Contingencies Special Payments Unapproprtatad Ending Balance and Reserved for Future Expenditure Total Requirements FINANCIAL SUMMARY - REQUIREMENTS BY Name of Organizational Unit or Program FTE for that unit or pregram Administrative Division FTE Ambulance Division FTE Fire Division FTE _E.  ot _R_.e_s.e.  e. Cu.nJ ........................................................ FTE .Gr.a..n.t.F.u2 . ...................................................................... FTE FTE 1,188T997 1,287,409 1,308,215 371f254 379,224 381r730 41,500" 49500 49t500 204,000 251,500 " 251500 65T,O00 65000 65000 113,300 85,000 85000 150,000 150000 150r000 2r134,051 2,267,633 I 2,290,945 ; ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT OR PROGRAM * 652,fl61 727,307 805,439 5 5 5 703,904 138,301 165,544 891f126 6 174,200 901.308.. 174.200 0 0 260,000 PROPERTY TAX LEVIES 195,000 0 0 215,000 I 215,000 o I o 2267633 1t 2,290,945 11 473641 0 Rate or Amount Imposed FTE Rate or Amount Approved Zone 1 $1 501Zone 2 $35 ,2r134061 11 Rate or Amount Imposed .o."..-9....a...m.LN.r_r_ ........................................ 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