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11 T, r, - July 18, 2012 SPORTS Page 13 i Polo From page 12 who also coaches at Pepperdine University. Sessa said word about the tournament has already gotten out in the water polo community and he expects to do it again next sum- mer. He said the campers made frequent trips to town during their stay and next year he hopes local residents will come out and fill the bleachers that were set up next to the courts. "This is all about community, it's all about family and it's all about kids," he said, telling about the previous evening's activities - a campfire that had players from all three different teams sitting around, visiting while others played volley- ball for a trophy someone had con- structed out of aluminum foil, while still others played soccer. "There's more to this than just kids playing water polo," he said. Emily Perry, 16, of Sacramen- to, said she enjoyed not only play- ing in the lake but meeting other people. "Everybody's camping out," she said. "You make new friends. It's really different from regular water polo." Her friend Erin Cherovsky, 16, agreed. "It's fun because in Sacramen- to we play the same teams over and over." Hiett top finisft,.00r in Despite a lower-than-normal turnout after a year's hiatus, a dozen runners gave it a serious effort Sat- urday morning in the Sportsman's Holiday Mile Saturday morning. Honorary starter was Sweet Home High School Class of 1966 graduate Jay Kitchin, who ran entire distance from his home in Vancouver, Wash., in legs over the past two weeks, finishing the last segment, from Lebanon, and then running the race as his final mile. Kitchin collected sponsorships to raise money for Sweet Home Alumni Foundation scholarships. Jakob Hiett, 15, was the male winner, finishing first in 5:12. Paige Sanders, 17, was the first fe- Sportsman's Holiday Mile Photo by Deanna Davis Starter Jay Kitchen, left, fires the gun for a reduced field of runners in the Sportsman's Holiday Mile Saturday. male, in 6:17. Sportsman's Holiday Mile Results (1) Jakob Hiett, 15, 5:12; (2) Scott Swanson, 50, 5:55; (3) Paige Sand- ers, 17, 6:17; (4) Matt Davis, 14, 6:18; (5) Sierra Swanson, 13, 6:34; (6) Kael Olson, 9, 6:41 ; (7) Logan Strub- har, 16, 7:34; (8) Wes Strubhar, 44, 7:58; (9) Jay Kitchin, 64, 8:39; (10) Gracie Zanona, 9, 8:39; (11) Mike Zanona, 44, 8:43; (12) Kaylee Lewis, 13, 8:46. Walk finishers in order: (1) Peggy Adams; Kayla Adams; Airene Allen; Ron Loe, Jeff Warren, Shirley Lee, Charlotte Rodgers, Sarah Rodgers. +i!+ii!i!!!i!!!+!+++ ...... ++i!+!+!!!!!++:++ ..... +++++++++ .... 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