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:1t= T=g -September 19, 2012 Page 1"3 st The boys soccer team's inex- the Panthers scored, Coach Ryan perience caught up with the Hus- Regrutto said. kies in two losses last week, 9-0 to Central led 4-0 at halftime and Central and 10-2 to Taft. although the Huskies renewed their Against Central on Tuesday,efforts as the second half began, it Sept. 11, Sweet Home started ag- gressively but lost some steam after See Soccer, page 16 Cross-country teams open eason with top-3 finishes Sweet Home placed second in the boys varsity race and third in the girls as the Huskies opened their 2013 cross-country season Tuesday, Sept. 11, at their own Tadmor Invitational, held at Camp Tadmor. Jakob Hiett and Daniel Dan: forth were second and third overall for the boys and Paige Sanders led the girls with a fourth-place finish. "I thought the kids ran, over- all, pretty well," said Coach Billy Snow. "Most of kids ran as fast or faster than last year." Lebanon won both the boys and girls team titles, scoring 28 points in the boys race and 30 in the girls. Sweet Home's boys fin- ished with 46, followed by Cot- tage Grove (76), Stayton (77) and Elmira (115). Stayton's girls were second, with 58 points, followed by Sweet Home (88), Cottage Grove (90), Creswell (114), Junction City and Elmira (136), Junction City finish- ing ahead due to a better finish by its sixth runner. Creswell did not have the necessary five varsity boy runners to score as a team. Hiett ran 18:04 on the tough course, which features a long, steep hill and two mudpits, to bet- ter his freshman time from last year by nearlya minute and a half. Dan- forth ran 18:50. The boys race was won by Zach Bellew of Creswell, who finished just ahead of Hiett in 18:00 after both strayed briefly off the course and Bellew recovered first. Snow said Hiett lost about 30 seconds in the confusion and Bellew had a 50-meter lead that Hiett couldn't overcome at the end of the race. See XC, page 16 Photos by Scan C. Morgan Nene Mauer, above, and Kyle Rose, in left photo, baftle for possession against Central. Husky spikers off to slow start Sweet Home's volleyball team was swept in its Against the Warriors, Sweet Home "just didn't pre-league season, losing a heartbreaker to Central play well," Meier said of the 25-8, 25-15, 25-15 loss. 2-3 on Sept. 6, 3-0 to Philomath in its home opener Philomath is an experienced team and played at a Sept. 11 and 1-3 on the road at Stayton Thursday, faster pace than most of the Huskies were used to. Sept. 13. "We' couldn't get any rhythm going," she said. Some good news for the Huskies is that Head "Our weaknesses are blocking and lack of height and Coach Alicia Meier's first child, Max, was born ear- that hurt us there." ly - on Monday, Sept. 10, so she expects to return to Stayton 3, Sweet Home 1 the bench earlier than originally plannedl The Huskies won the first game at Stayt0n 25- "I think it was the bus ride to Central," she 20, but things fell apart after that as the Eagles took joked last week. = the second game 25-20, then edged the Huskies 30- Central 3, Sweet Home 2 28 in a marathon battle before winning 25-14 in the Meier said the Huskies played "pretty well" final game.. in their season opener at Central, winning the first Sweet Home faces La Pine at home this week game 25-19, dropping the second 25-16, and then on Tuesday and will travel to Sisters on Thursday. coming back to edge the Panthers in the third, 26-24. Meier said she was hoping to get back to practice But the Panthers made a late comeback to take the early this week to assist Mary Hutchins, who has fifth game 15-13 after winning the fourth 25-20. been heading the team in her absence. "A lot of good things came out of that game," "I think La Pine will be good for our confi- Meier said. "We still had breakdowns, a lot of dence," she said. "Then we'll go to Sisters. They're smaller mistakes." a good team, so we need to be able to play our game, Philomath 3, Sweet Home 0 be consistent." From page 12 property near Medford this fall. Hunters can apply for one of the following hunts: * Adult Archery Deer Late Season - Nov. 10 - Dec. 2; * Two-day hunt - six hunters will be drawn; * Youth Deer (Must possess a 630T Rogue Youth Deer Tag ) - Dec. 15 - Jan. 2; * One-day hunt - 28 youth hunters will be drawn. Apply using the on-line form and follow the directions. 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