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Page 16 - September 19, 2012 From page 13 wasn't enough to get on the scoreboard. "This year we have a lot of kids who are new to the game," Regrutto said. "They have to play against kids who have been playing for years - seven or eight years longer than they have. We have to be technical enough to compete. We try to stay competitive." He said the Huskies' inexperience in goal also has resulted in some inflated scores for the opposition. Against Taft, Sweet Home scored its first two goals of the season as senior Justin Webb took a penalty kick opportunity and put a "picture perfect" shot into the lower comer of the goal in the first half. "It was unstoppable," Regrutt0 said. In the second half, freshman Nick Rog- ers picked up the ball in midfield and drib- bled down the sideline, then took a shot from about 20 yards out into the comer of the goal to score. ',Those were good goals, exciting," he said. "We have a good group of freshmen who have played AYSO. For me it's inspiring and upliftingthat we have good junior high teams now. I see good things on the horizon." The JV boys soccer team finished with a 1-1 against West Albany's freshman team af- ter a come-from-behind goal to tie late in the contest. The Huskies had no substitutes and were down 1-0 most of the match, before a late goal for the tie. Sweet Home scored an apparent second goal in the last few minutes of the game but it was called back. Justin Webb, right, and Tyler Schilling defend the Sweet Home goal as a Central player tries to score. Photo by Sean C. Morgan From page 13 Third for the Huskies was Ian Wingo (20:50) in 15th place, a PR of more than two minutes, closely followed by David Johnson (20:55) in 16th, a 1!30 personal best. Fifth was Alex Seitz, in 22:07, in 21st place. Snow said Seitz has been sick, which has put him behind the rest of the team in training. "I think Alex is going to be a decent runner," he said. "He taped up his shoes so they wouldn't come off in the mudpit, but he said the tape was killing his feet. So he stopped and took the tape off, and massaged his feet, then retied his shoes." Sanders ran 23:05 to lead the girls in a PR of roughly a minute, finishing behind Lebanon junior Tess Wasson, who ran 22:03 to win. "I think Paige was a little con- servative, at first, but she ran a good second half of the race," Snow said. LTHUIS FAMILY DENTISTRY Kellie is a native Ore~onian who ~rew up in the ~x~ene area. She earned a bachelor's de~ree in ~_xercise Science and an associate's de~ree in Dental Hogiene. she has a special interest in public dental health educa- tion. She is commit-ted to ~etrtin~ to know her patients and helpin~ them learn about healt~9 home care practices to achieve and maintain ~ood oral health. lSe~ore earnin~ her associate's de~ree, she spent several 0ears in the Sweet Home area as owner/operator ot: a small organic ~:arm. Kellie loves the outdoors and enjogs camping, bz~zkpack- ing, skiing, and kaoakin~ with her tZamil9, as well a~s Ion~-distance cocling, woodworking, and ~ardenin~. when she isn't working, 9ou'll tZind her in the mountains! 1524 Long Street, Sweet Home l 541-367-2931 www.sweethomedental.com I Find us on Facebook Second for the girls was freshman Sierra Swanson (25:47) in 14th place overall, followed by Hailey Hummer (26:46) in 15th. "Sierra, for her first race, that was a good run," Snow said. "She had a good second half of the race. Haley said she hit the hill too hard. That's the first hill race she's ever run and it's her second real race. Those rookies, if they don't know the hill, they don't know how to pace themselves on that." Candalynn Johnson in 29:29 for 27th and Tashana Mithen in 29:41, in 28th. Johnson, a senior, never ran under 30 minutes for a 5K course last year on much faster courses, though she did not run the Tadmor 5K course as a beginning runner last season. Sweet Home's Nick Mattson won the junior varsity 3000-me- ter race in 12:41, followed by Robert Gourley in third (12:50), Nick Dadey in 22nd (15:00), Kyle M0ore-McKay in 23rd (15:00) and Trevor Melson in 27th (16:24). "Nick Mattson and Robert Gourley came off the hill (at about 2000 meters) in seventh andeighth, or ninth and 10th," Snow said. "They ran a great second half of the race. A lot of that was on the hill." In the girls junior varsity race, Sierrali Owen was fifth (19:58) and freshman Emilie Rice was sixth (20:10). "We can see where the work's got to be," Snow said. "We've got to tighten some things up. The kids were spread out, not packed in fight. We've got our work cut out for us to pull the kids closer to whoever's in front." Next up for the Huskies is the 3 Course Challenge at Camp Rilea, near Seaside, on Sept. 22. Camp Tadmor Invitational (Top 10 and Sky-Em Finishers) Boys Varsity (1) Zach Bellew (Creswell) 18:00; (2) Jakob Hiett (SH) 18:04; (3) Dan- iel Danforth (SH) 18:50; (4) Charlie Vandetta (Lebanon) 18:54; (5) Tim Maddox (L) 19:51; (6) Travis Gunn (Cres) 20:00; (7) Ryan Bates (Cres) 20:01; (8) Marcus Corbett (L) 20:02; (9) Edgar Mayen (L) 20:07; (10) Brody Howarth (Stayton) 20:09; (11) Gannon Jones (Elmira) 20:31; (12) Jeremy Williams (Cottage Grove) 20:33; (15) lan Wingo (SH) 20:50; (16) David Johnson (SH) 20:55; (17) Conner Richardson (CG) 20:56; (19) Jarett Reade (CG) 21:34; (20) Car- son Galbreath (CG) 21:39; (21)Alex Seitz (SH) 22:07; (23) Jordan Yoss (CG) 22:10; (26) Bryce Cothran (CG) 22:26; (27) Alex Eddy (JC) 22:34; (28) Bryan Zimmerman (E) 22:43; (30) lan Cooper (E) 23:34; (31) Jas- per Kamerer (E) 23:38; (34) Harley Gilpin (E) 26:15, Girls Varsity (1) Tess Wasson (Lebanon) 22:03; (2) Bedria Williams (Creswell) 22:17; (3) Raquel Albee (Stayton) 22:39; (4) Paige Sanders (SH) 23105; (5) Roslyn Sipos (L) 23:44; (6) Breanna Wright (CG) 23:47; (7) Haley Morris (L) 23:49; (8) Megan Wasson (L) 23:49; (9) Whittney Grizzle (L) 24:01; (10) Kenzie McConnell (CG) 25:13; (14) Sierra Swanson (SH) 25:47; (15) Hal- ley Hummer (SH) 26:46; (16) Jessica Sand (E) 28:48; (17) Haley Cochell (CG) 26:55; (18) Danielle Jones (E) 27:17; (20) Ana Trujillo (CG) 27:55; Photos by Miriam Swanson David Johnson powers out of the the mud pit. (22) Alondra Torres (Junction City) 28:22; (24) Alisha Drews (JC) 28:38; (25) Courtney Spangler (JC) 28:40; (27) Candalynn Johnson (SH) 29:29; (28) Tashana Mithen (SH) 29:41;(31) Grieta King (E) 30:31; (32) Rachel Collins (JC) 30:43; (33) Hayleigh Os- burn (JC) 30:44; (34) Alyssa Watters (JC) 31:12; (35) Emilee Russell (E) 31:22; (36) Sierra Shaw (E) 31:59; (37) Anna Cornelius (CG) 33:56. Huskies, from left, Hailey Hummer, Sierra Swanson and Tashana Mithen, in rear, run up an incline during the Tadmor Invitational.