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Page 16 9-I:,CRTS :1 1m ra - June 6, 2012 lqick Hall, Devyn Makin named year's top athletes Nick Hall and Devyn Makin were named the Booster Club Boy and Girl of the Year at the Senior Sports Banquet held Tuesday, May 29, at the Community Center. Hall is a two-time district champion in cross-country, a 12- time district titlist in track and has won seven state medals, including running a leg on the state-champi- on 4x400 relay team as a freshman. He also wrestled this year. Makin lettered in volleyball for four years, played basketball for two, anl is a four-year letter winner in track and field, in which she has won six state place-winner medals. Each will receive a $250 scholarship, Booster Club Wendi Melcher said. Longtime Sweet Home coach and teacher Rob Younger was guest speaker at the event. He em- phasized the importance of strong relationships built through athlet- ics, even over winning. "I can guarantee you change will happen in your lives," he sai d , noting that gas was 33 cents a gal- lon when he graduated from high school, and his family's home had a party line and a TV antenna on the roof that received three channels - NBC, ABC and CBS. "It may be unexpected. You have to learn to adapt and change, and hopefully you'll be better off for it." He cited a 2007 reunion of the 1987 state championship Sweet Home football team, in which the 34 players who returned, from as far away as Virginia, talked most- ly about how playing sports had helped them develop character.- He quoted one, who said, "Be- ing a true athlete involves making choices regarding things you have control over." Relationships are more impor- tant than achievements, Younger said. "Some day, when you are ly- ing on your deathbed, I don't think you're going to ask to see your high school diploma one more time," he said. "Five, 10, 15 years from now, what you accomplished is not as important as who you ac- complished it with." He said love - doing what's best for someone else - needs to be a top priority if one is to live a life of significance, not just a life of success. "Thank those who have been significant in ways that have made REAL E STATE Upgraded and better than newl Large rooms throughout this extremely " well-maintained home. Office/Den could be turned.into a 4th bedroom with a little work. Granite counters, heated tile in master bath. Custom tile walk in shower. Immaculate landscap- ing w/irrigation & extruded curbing. You need to see this one! $205,000 MLS# 653020 Bill & Robbie Nyara- Heritage NW Real Estate Inc. | l (541) 401-9559 or 401-9560 (cells) . a Ames Creek 541.367.6364 REALTY w,,,w....,,.,:,..n-,.,y., ,,,,, FOR RENT Coming Soon: 3/1 Home with large fenced yard, laminate floors and all new appliances. 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Also outside staircase to finished attic room, lots and lots of storage area! This home is a must see!H MLS# 652747 Price: $128,500 Peaceful & Secluded Country Property - 37.27 Acres with shop, well and large pond! Trees and wildlife make this property a peaceful retreat. Possible owner carry. $185,000 MLS#649653 JUST REDUCEDB Need room for a new home and shop? This .70 acre parcel i s large enough for a new home or manufactured home and a shop. Located just outside the city limits and has county's OK to develop. Existing well and septic tank has current inspections. Close to town on a quiet dead end street. Only $49,900 MLS#650269 REDUCED!! One acre with three bedroom home, spacious yard with apple trees, grape arbor, and plenty of room for a garden. Home has been updated with vinyl windows, hardiplank siding, and foundation. Great rental or starter home. $79,900 MLS#6464For Rent: (541)409-4962 Kitsey Trewin J (541)401-5612 Angela Weld J (541)619:6143 Diann Rasmussen (541) 409-9132 Debbie Adams I {541 ) 409-1800 Todd Branson Booster Club Sports Awards Banquet winners include, in front, from left: Anne Marie Miller, Katie Turner, Emili Riggs, Kendra Whaley, Devyn Makin, Tiffany Miller, Laura Mauer, Emily Conrad, Trevor Bulman-Jutte and Jake Johnson. In rear, from left, are Nick Hall, Annie Whitfield, Dakota Snow, Taylor Conn, Jerohn Cole- man, Scottie Stockman, Zach Pearce, Jessika Stewart, Gravy Gunselman, Kristen Tolle, Kimber Swanson, Erik Garcia, Chris Carpenter (barely visible), Megan Rubidoux and Kyle Winslow. lasting impact on you," he told the graduating seniors. Other award winners during the evenings were: U.S. Marine Corps Distin- guished Athlete Award - Tiffany Miller and Scottie Stockman, who have both signed letters of intent to compete in volleyball and wres- tling, respectively, at Southern Or- egon University. U.S. Army Scholar Athlete Award - Kristen Tolle and Kyle Winslow, who are finishing with GPAs of 4.00 and 3.94GPAs, re- spectively, after extensive involve- ment in sports, Tolle primarily in soccer, and Winslow in soccer, basketball and baseball. Greg Hagle Memorial Schol- arship - Emili Riggs, who has signed to play softball at Western Oregon. Spirit of a Champion Award - swimmer Gravy Gunselmin; Jake Johnson, a state qualifier in track and field and in swimming; and dancer Emily Conrad. John Seward Memorial Schol- arship - swimmer Kimber Swan- son. Moe Award - Megan Rubid- oux, who played soccer, basketball and softball throughout her high school career; and Dakota Snow, a four-year competitor in soccer, basketball, and track and field. Larry Johnson/Bruce West Sportsmanship Award - Jerohn Coleman, a four-year football play- er, who also played basketball and competed in track and field; Win- slow; Makin and Swanson. Hall of Fame Award - An- nie Whitlield, a tbur-time district champion and state placewinner in the javelin, who also PlaYed bas- ketball and volleyball four years; Riggs; Hall; and swimmer Zach Pearce, who has won six state titles over the past four years. Husky Award - Athletes who competed in three sports a year for all four years were Laura Mauer, who competed in cheer, dance, swimming and track and field; Ru- bidoux; Snow; Stockman; Whit- field; and Winslow. OSAA/Farmers Insurance Group Scholar Athlete Award win- ners were: Trevor Bulman-Jutte, Chris Carpenter, Anna Chang, Macy Cockrell, Taylor Conn, So- nya Corliss, Antastasiya Domash- enko, Halley Fisher, Erik Garcia, Gabriel Gunselman, Cory Hanks, Trysta Lewelling, Devyn Makin, Anne Marie Miller, Tiffany Miller, Halley Rice, Dakota Snow, Jessika Stewart, Jamie Swanson, Kimber Swanson, Kristen Tolle, Brandi Trewin, Katie Turner, Christina Ulmer, Kendra Whaley, Annie Whitfield, Kyle Winslow and Jas- min Yoder. Photo courtesy of Steeihead Strength and Fitness Local bodybuilder places 5th Travis Smith of Sweet Home, center, placed fifih out of 14 competi- tors in the Oregon lronman competition May 19 at Chinook Winds Casino. Smith, a personal trainer at Steelhead Strength and Fitness gym, said this was his first bodybuilding competition. He said he hopes to compete again July 7 at the Oregon state competition in Hillsboro. Dam Run 5K June 16 The fourth annual Dam Run 5K will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 16, at Foster Dam. Organized by the Sweet Home Youth Advisory Council, the even includes a half-mile race across the dam lbr children 12 and under and a 2K walk. Cost tbr adults is $20 with an event T-shirt and $10 without. Cost for kids 12 and under is $15 with a T-shirt and $10 without. Pre-reg- istration is strongly encouraged, but registrations will be taken until 8:30 on the morning of the race. Proceeds will be divided be- o tween Sweet Home Emergency Ministries and Friends of the Sweet Home Library's stained glass win- dow project. For more information call (541) 367-8969 or visit www. ci.sweet-home.or.us. II Swim From page 12 Under 200 Free (8) 2:56.75;12 and Under 50 Fly (3) 38.07; 12 and Un- der 100 Free (8) 1:18.25. Nathan Hager (13): 13-14 50 Free (31) 31.82. Rawlins Lupoli (11): 11-12 100 Back (20) 1:30.50; 11-12 50 Free (31) 35.11; 11-12 50 Breast (14) 47.14. Rowland Lupoli (11): 11-12 100 Back (27) 1:45.55; 11-12 50 Free (43) 37.29; 11-12 50 Breast (27) 54,57. Makayla Nelson (13): 13-14 200 Free (4) 2:24.58; 13-14 50 Free (18) 31.30; 13-14 100 Back (5) 1:15.84; 13-14 400 Free (9) 5:06.70; 13- 14 400 IM (13) 6:02.44; 13-14 200. Back (5) 2:41.82; 13-14 100 Free (19) 1:08.13. Lauren Yon (12): 11-12 100 Back (4) 1:19.91; 11-12 50 Free (17) 32.64; 11-12 200 IM (1) 2:44.00; 11-12 200 Free (4) 2:28.51; 11,12 100 Breast (1) 1:26.23; 11-12 200 Breast (1) 2:59.42.