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Page 16 ~PC~I~TS :ti= - September 5, 2012 dip dilL- B From page 13 night. Quarterback Andrew Leeland finished with three touchdowns, en route to a 9-of-11 night for 189 yards. Senior running back Cam Pe- ters rolled for 111 yards as Red- mond rolled up 182 yards on 55 attempts on the night. Sweet Home, which finished with 33 offensive plays, finished with 11 yards on 25 carries and one completed pass in four attempts for two yards. Its top ground-gainer was Paulus, who rushed five times for 13 yards after his entry in the second half. The Huskies' longest gain of the night was a five-yarder by Kyler Gaskey. Redmond rolled for 18 first downs. Sweet Home finished with none. 'tOur defense was on the field way too much and our offense nev- er could get anything established," Nichol said. He said that despite the diffi- cult game, some of his players de- livered good performances, partic- ularly in the defensive secondary. "I thought Trever Olson did well defensively and Colton Schil- ling made some mistakes but hre played hard. "In a lot of ways a lot of people didn't go full speed on every play. They took breaks and got compla- cent, and the scoreboard reflects that. "We have seven two-way start- ers. When smaller guys are push- ing that much more mass, you get tired. This week we have to work on conditioning." The Huskies will travel to Banks Friday. The Braves lost at Cascade 20-12 in their own en- dowment.game. Nichol said he expects Banks to be "pretty good." "They're fast and they have a lot of returning guys," he said. "They were young last year. I ex- pect them to be very good." He said this will be the fourth time Sweet Home has met Banks. "That's an old rivalry. They were our Achilles heel for two years in a row back when I was in school, and then we ended up beat- ing them our senior year, so we're Sweet Home quarterback Cole Horner There's a lot more to the Huskies' 2012 story, Read all about it in our 2012 Sports Preview section. 1-2 against them,"he said. "A lot of guys I went to school with re- member those rivals from that era - Banks, North Valley. Now their kids are playing football so I de- cided to try to re-establish some of those rivalries." Redmond 35, Sweet Home 0 Sweet Home - 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Redmomd - 14 14 0 7 -- 35 Red-- Trevor Hindman 8 run (J.D. Abbas kick) Red-- Hindman 12 pass from An- drew Leeland (Abbas kick) Red-- Cam Peters 19 run (Abbas kick) Red-- Peters 24 pass from Leeland (Abbas kick) manages to Colton Holly get a pass off under pressure from a drags down Redmond running back Redmond defender. Cam Peters. Photos by Scott Swanson Josh Wooley, 32, pulls down Panthers running back Trevor Hindman with some help from a teammate.