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- June 27, 2012 Page 11 Nathan Virtue leads the pack down the home stretch in the 200 during Oak Heights School'~annual track meet, Photos courtesy of Jeff Parker held at Husky Stadium June 12. Savannah Sayers gets a ribbon after completing an event. S ympic ls Dakotah Keys' season ended Danforth, who has been one of her before clearing hat, but was unable Danforth said it was a "bless- a bit prematurely Friday after the son's coaches over the years as he to walk away. ing" for Keys to get into the meet, fourth event of the decathlon, the moved through the junior ranks to "He.wantet to clear a height," as one of the final qualifiers. high jump, when an injured left an- college. "It barely held together for Danforth said, riding that doctors "This was a lifetime goal for kle that had been bothering him for the NCAAs and he was hoping he were unsure ealy this week what Dakotah, as far as track and field is two months finally gave out and he . would be able to do another meet." the problem is. 'The doctor said it concerned, to qualify for that and he withdrew from the Olympic Track After running the first of the Could be a stres fracture or a bad did," she said. "He sacrificed a lot to and Field Trials. 10 events, the 100 meters in 11.37, sprain. He didn' know." get into that arena and he deserved Keys wasn't available to speak Keys fouled his first long jump at- Coaches dcided Keys should to be in that arena. It was a bum- about the trials Monday but his tempt, then leaped 22-4 before withdraw at tha point, she said, to mer, but I'm extremeiy proud of mother, Lela Danforth, said the fouling again, which left him"!imp- avoid risking more Serious injury, him. He's an amazing competitor. ankle had been bothering him since ing pretty bad," Danforth said. Keys had 2865 points through He'll be stronger because of this. his first-ever decathlon competition, Keys plants with his left foot in the four events, which had him in "We don't know why some in April in Santa Barbara, Calif. and most events, she said. 17th place amolg the 18 competi- things happen, but he'll lean on the had gotten worse during the NCAA Keys threw the shot 41-10 on tors. Lord like he has in difficult times in Championships, where he finished his first attempt, but was unable to Ashton Eaton, the former Duck the past." 16th after winning the PAC-12 title . do better in his next.two tries, who grew up in Bend, set a world as a redshirt freshman. ,lie then fouled twice at 6-0,record Saturday, finishing with lay "It's very disappointing," Said the opening height in the high jump, 9,039 points --. ce Calhoon to swim Trials Friday 2012 Mike Morris Invitational SH Swim Club results Amazon Pool, Eugene June 15-17 Distances in meters *Personal best time Lucia Davis (Age 13) ' (Girls 13-14 Division) 100 Butterfly - (4th place) 2:11.24; 1500 Freestyle - (1) 19:01.42"; 50 Freestyle - (7) 30.89*; 100 Backstroke- (2) 1: 17,77"; 400 IM- (2) 5:51A9"; 100 Free- style - (2) 1:04.60*; 200 Backstroke - (2) 2:43.28. Mia Davis (12) (Girls 11-12 Division) 100 Breaststroke (17) 1:48.44"; 100 Backstroke (6) 1:26.55": 200 Freestyle (7) 2:36.81";; 50 Freestyle (19) 34.29*; 50 Backstroke (9) 41.24* 50 Fly (6) 37.25*; 100 Freestyle (6) 1:13.01"; 100 Fly (3) 1:22.95*; 200 IM C6) 3:02.00". Esther Gunselman (14) (Girls 13-14 Division) 200 Freestyle (14) 2:40.73*; 100 Fly (15) 1:35.08* 1500 Freestyle (4) 22:02.74; 100 Back- stroke (8) 1:22.49*; 400 IM (4) 6:34. 13"; 400 Freestyle (8) 5:38.68*; 100 Free- style (13) 1:13.19"; 200 Backstroke (4) 2:53,73*; 200 Fly (4) 3;41.06. Gabriel Gunselman (19) M (Boys 17 and Over Division) 100 Breast (4) 1:25.72": 200 Free (3) 2:1g,95"; 100 Fly (5) 1:09.99* 50 Freestyle (3) 28.19*; 100 Backstroke (1) 1;11.66"; 400 IM (1) 5:26.80*; 100 Freestyle (1) 1:01 98*; 200 Back (2) 2:33.76*; 200 Fly (2) 2:37.39* Naomi Gunselman (16) (Girls 15-16 Division) 100 Fly (2) 1:10.91"; 100 Back (3) 1:14.75"; 400 IM (2) 5:47.51"; 100 Free- style (6) 1:08.95*; 200 Backstroke (3) 2:41.76*; 200 Fly 2:49. 03*. Megan I-lager (10) (Girls 9-10 Division) 100 Breast 1:52.56; 100 Backstroke 1:26,89"; 200 Freestyle 2:59.90*; 50 Freestyle 34.17"; 50 Backstroke 42.22; 50 Breast 52.09*; 100 Freestyle 1:17,38; 100 Fly 1:38. 63; 200 IM 3:16,03. Nathan Hager (13) (Boys 13-14 Division) 100 Breast 1:53.20: 200. Freestyle 2:49.54; 100 Fly 1:43.89; 50 Free- style 32.51"; 100 Backstroke 1:27 61; 400 Freestyle 5: 46.72; 100 Freestyle 1:10.70; 200 IM 3:12.42; 200 Backstroke Breast 46.10"; ;100 Freestyle 1:17.40; 3:10,49. 100 Fly 1:55.64; 200 IM 3:17.33. Sara Helfrich (14) Rowland Lupoli (11) (Eiirls 13-14 Division) (Boys 11-12 Division) 200 Freestyle 2:56.88; 100 Fly 1:48.07; 100 Breast 2:01.08"; 100 Backstroke 1500 Freestyle (5) 24:42,05; 1500 Free- 1:45.05*; 200 Freestyle 2:58.17; 50 Free- style 24:41.20; 50 Freestyle 37.37; 100 style 35.97"; 50 Bzckstroke 48.34*; 50 Backstroke 1:41.21; 400 Freestyle Fly 52.97*; 100 Feestyle 1:20.74; 100 5:57.46. Fly 2:06.93; ;200 IR 3:40.48, Justin Hilburn (17) MakaylaNelson (13) (Boys 17 and Over Division) (Girls 13.14 Division) 200 Freestyle 2:38.53*;100 Fly l :30.16*; 100 Breast 1:3862"; 200 Freestyle 800 Freestyle (3) 12:08.06 2:22.63*; 1500 Fr~style 20:38.68*; 1500 50 Freestyle 29.88*: 400 IM'6:38 16 Freestyle 20:38.70 ;50 Freestyle 30.96*; 400 Freestyle 5:29.24; 100 Free- 100.Backstroke 1.14.75"; 400 Freestyle style 1:05.85*; 200 IM 2:58.55; 200 Fly 4:57.39*; 100 Freestyle 1:06.73*; 200 IM 3:20.17 2:53 18; 200 Backstroke 2:42.45. Mykal Johnson (8) Jamie Seward (8) (Girls 8 and Under Division) (Girls 8 and Jnder Division) 50 Freestyle (27) 1:06.94; 50 Backstroke 100 Backstroke (3',2:12.96; 50 Freestyle (24} 1:23.86. (14) 56.47; 50 Ba(xstroke (7l 1:00.31. Rawlins Lu poll (11) (Boys 11-12 Division) 100 Breast 1:45.46"; 100 Backstroke 1:32.28*; 200 Freestyle 3:23.80; 50 Free- See Swim, page 12 style 34.65*; 50 Backstroke 42,14": 50 Private or Grou Lessons Successful completion of each level will allow new skills in front, back and side swimming. Each level builds a child s endurance and refines proper swimming techniques. (starts Preschool Aquatics around 3-5 years of age): 3 Swim Levels Grade School Aquatics: 6 Swim Levels (learning to swim - competitive swimming/diving) Former Sweet Home swim- mer Jayce Calhoon will compete Friday, June 29, in Omaha, Neb. at the U.S. Swimming Olympic Team Trials His prelim race will take place shortly after 8 a.m. Pacific time, as the second event of the day. 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