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- September 5, 2012 Page 13 000000000000 By Scott Swanson Medicine Hat of Alberta, Canada, that. You need to block guys down Of The New Era Friday night in its first-ever game. low." Sweet Home oPened its 2012 "They had a lot of seniors and Paulus and Wooley entered football season against 5A Divi- they were pretty big," Nichol said the game in the second half, but by sion Redmond Friday, and the re- of the Panthers. "I think we got then Redmond led 28-0. suits weren't good for the Huskies manhandled at the offensive line. " With the scoreboard out, the - on the scoreboard, at least. Two 300-pound defensive only clock was in the back judge's Actually, Redmond's score- tackles made life miserable for the pocket so players, coaches and fans board blew out just before the Husky offense, which started the had little idea where they were in game due to technical problems, game missing several of its core the game except for occasional an- and that was probably a blessing players - lineman Zach Gill and nouncements as quarters neared in disguise for Sweet Home, as the defensive lineman Jacob Smith their end. senior-dominated Panthers rolled due to two-game suspensions for Redmond scored on its second to a 35-0 win in the OSAA endow- disciplinary reasons, and tailbacks possession after the Huskies went ment game that was the season Wade Paulus and Josh Wooleyffor three-and-out on their first pos- opener for both teams, attendance issues. Nichol said so- session ~ind then fumbled the ball "It was ugly," Coach Dustin nior players helped decide on' what away on their second. Nichol said. the consequences would be for The Panthers followed that Sweet Home went into the those who skip practice, with two more touchdowns, on game notably undersized compared Their absence didn't help, but their next two possessions, their to Redmond, which had some 30 he said his linemen had trouble third score coming on the first play seniors on its roster, with their fundamentals against the of the second quarter. Kicker J.D. Redmond moved from the 6A larger Panthers. Abbas was good on all five of his Division to 5A Division this year "They were taller than wePATs and put every kickoff in the after splittingintotwohighschools, were. Instead of staying at their end zone, leaving Sweet Home's The new school, Ridgeview, which knees and thigh level, we played return men with no returns for the only has three classes - freshmen them high. When you're giving through juniors this year- defeated up 60 or 70 pounds, you can't do See Huskies, page 16 Photo by Scott Swanson David Miller, center, and Josh Holman catch Redmond qu.arterback An- drew Leeland behind the line of scrimmage for the Huskies' lone sack. Shop Sweet Home First- Visit These Fine Local Businesses ~ Under New Ownership of All phases of residential "Jacke" and commercial wiring Your barber Stylist I Welcomes Walk-ins Men, Woman, Children J Be Your Best FREE ESTIMATES 1003 Long St., Sweet Home office: (541) 741-1499 ~:~Tues.- Fri. 9am- 5:30pm Call Mark Mulholland in i isat. 9am -4:30 Sweet Home iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Oakwood me-e mmsnet Electric Sweet Home 409-1026 " i,'() C,C'B.#179046 , ' Free Estimates t i Bob Wood .... FARMERS INSURANCE Craig Fentiman, Agent Auto Life Home Commercial 3037 Main St.. Sweet Home FREE INVESTMENT REVIEWS. Theresa A Grimes Financial Advisor 1195 Main Street Suite 1 Sweet Home. OR 97386 541-367-5155 www.edwardjones.com Member SIP(/', New Construction Remodels Repairs Service Water Heaters 43574 Wiley Creek Dr. Sweet Home * 367-2811 Liberty Rock Products Inc. is a local, family owned and operated business. Cal and son Roger Emmert have been delivering gravel to the Sweet Home area for 15 years. Liberty Rock provides service Monday- Friday 6:30a.m.-6:30p.m., and Saturdays 9:00a.m.-5:00 p.m. Joel Keesecker 1195 Main Street, Sweet Home PLUMBING FLOYD NEUSCHWANDER - OWNER FROM SWEET HOME Liberty Rock ,go.~~ ~ Products Inc. .v Parts & Service " New & Pre-Owned RV Good, clean crashed quarly gravcl AWA R O-W I N N IN G -most sizes available, drain rock, CUSTOMER SERVICE Get seen by thousands of local residents and potential customers! What ate you waiting |m'P Call ils How! gl