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Page 14 . POR - September 19, 2012 From page 9 terious pass interference call that ended up extending a Panther drive on a third and 17. The defense would hold tight though, forcing the Panthers to punt later in the Over 30 years experience Free estimates Locally owned ,Tear-offs with no mess , Hand nailed, architect & 3-tab shingles , Snap-lock, Hi-rib metal & flat roofs , All workmanship guaranteed CCB# 110950 drive. "We got our guys back and we all stepped up tonight and worked. as a team. This was a momentum- changing game for us," Holly said after the game. Both of Holly's interceptions came in the fourth quarter "while the Panthers were driving; his last was in the end zone with just sec- onds to play, fizzling the Panthers' final hopes of a victory. Holly also recovered an on- side kick late in the game that at the time seemed to seal the victory for the Huskies. After recovering the kick near midfield with less than a minute left and the Panthers down to their fi- nal two timeouts, the Huskies lined up in their victory formation to all but seal the deal. However, some miscommunication and bad clock management forced Sweet Home to turn the ball over on downs at the 50 yard line with 17 seconds to play. Panther quarterback Ben Finnegan threw up a desperation heave into the end zone whe.re Hol- ly came up with a huge game-sav- ing interception to seal the deal. "Those last few minutes got a little hectic," Nichol said. "It was a learning experience for me as Josh Holman (64) and Colton Holly (7) bring down Central running back Wes Riddell. Photos by Chris Pinto :P Enjoy the ~%~,~; > ~ :~)i)~ i~ ~! i:iiii!!~ii!!iiii!iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii~iiii~i!ili~ii~i: i< %~ :i~i i ii!~i~i i~;~ii~iii~i~!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil)~i~iiiii~i~ii!i~ peace & quiet just outside town. 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If he hadn't due to a hold or a lineman down had a record-breaking game rush- rid& ing, the player of the game would "We had some adversity there. definitely have gone to Colton Hal- They got four time outs at the ly, but Wade did a great job." end." He also credited lineman Zach The Huskies are now 1-2 and Gill, who played his first game of get their first home game of the the season after sitting out for two year Friday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. weeks, for shoring up the Huskies' against Sutherlin on Husky Field. attack on both sides of the ball. The Bulldogs are also coming off "Zach Gill led our offensive their first victory of the year af- line and, with a combination of his ter beating Coquille 20-6 Friday being back, the offensive and de- night. fensive lines did an excellent job of "They're a good team, but controlling the game. You get that this is one we can definitely win," down, you're good to go." Nichol said. "We've got to bring Nichol said the Huskies' pass- our A game every week from now ing attack still needs some work, on. We want to win going into as junior quarterback Cole Homer league play." NE E? TAKE THE BUS! Foster] Sweet Home I Lebanon ]Albany Stops Include LBCC, Walmart & The Heritage Mall Linn Shuttle & Sweet Home Dial-A-Bus 541.367.4775 He said his team is focused and know better than to be com- placent. "We Understand where we're at in the season and we're excited about what we have going on, how we're starting to come together as a team at the right time." And then there's the chance to play at home for the first time all season. "It's gonna be weird have to walk to the game instead of driving for hours," Nichol said. "It's going to be nice." Scoring Summary Sweet Home 21, Central 16 Sweet Home 7 0 6 8- 21 Central 7 2 0 7- 16 First Quarter SH -Wade Paulus 1 yard run, Hunter Jutte kick. C - Kelton Chapman 42 pass from Ben Finnegan, kick good. Second Quarter C - Paulus safety on punt return. Third Quarter SH - Paulus 84 yard run, kick tailed. Fourth Quarter SH - Paulus 6 yard run, 2-point conversion pass from Cole Homer to Mitch Keenon. C - Chapman 27 pass from Finnegan, kick good, Rushing - Sweet Home 50-376; Paulus 36-336; Jake Smith 4-5; JT Weld 1-9; Spencer Knight 3-18; Cole Homer 5-3; Trever Olson 1-5. Passing - Cole Homer 3-7-21. Receiving -Mitch Keenon 2-19; Wade Paulus 1-2. linnshuttle.com