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Page 14 :119 ATe - October 3, 2012 000000000000 Girls tie with Elmira, fall to Cottage Grove in soccer ,- t~lb Sweet Home 1, Elmira 1 The Sweet Home High School girls soccer team tied Elmira 1-1 at home Thursday evening. Haley Kent scored the first goal about 10 minutes into the game off a comer kick by Katie Virtue. The Huskies piled up in the middle, and Kent got her foot on it, Coach Ramiro Santana said. Dennis Barnhart 26 YEARS ELECTRICAL EXPERIENCE CCB# I946I7 Bonded & Insured Cell: 541-409-8426 Home:541-367-73o2 dcbelectricdennis@aol.com Elmira brought eight seniors and eightjuniors to the game, Santana said. "They're pretty good. They're tall. They're quick." That was the Huskies' problem on Sept. 25 at Cottage Grove when they lost 3-0, he said. "They got us on the speed. We don't compete with the speed they have. It's really hard to compete when the other team's faster than you are." But Cottage Grove went scoreless in the second half after Santana matched his players one- for-one to the opponent, he said. Thursday, he started the game that way. Forward Katie Virtue spent time on defense as a result, and the -Huskies were able to foil the speed advantage enough to get a goal in. The Huskies led 1-0 against Elmira at halftime, and they held their lead most of the way, with the momentum going back and forth. Elmira scored its goal on a comer kick with about seven minutes leftl The game should have gone ......................... i l !iiii!!i!i!i!ii i :i; ................ '":' '''!'! Rare Oregon Lake Front Home. Quality throughout with excep- tional views Private, quiet, gated community with marina just steps away. 1866 st, granite counters, hardwood floors, custom tile, jetted tub, gas FP, SS appliances, hickory cabinets, central vac, deck & patio. 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Cascade scored one big play in the first half, said Coach Mike Mitchell. After that it was a defensive battle until the last few minutes of the game. Sweet Home scored a last- minute touchdown but lost the extra point on a holding call, he said. Alana Long battles with ~ ~ii~!!1~i!!!~!i~iii~ii~i~%i~;i~ii~!iiii~i~iiiiiiiiiii!1ii!iiiiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;~ ~iiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiii~ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iii~iiiiii~~ ................... ........ i!iiiis Photo by Scan C. Morgan Elmira's Kristian Ledger for position on the ball. From page 9 commitment," Regrutto said. They didn't let a mistake in the back get to them, althqugh with the rush of leading the game, they were probably trying to play a little more technical style of soccer than usual. Elmira tied the game with about 10 minutes left on a long throw inbounds, Regrutto said. And a Husky put a-hand on it, giving Elmira a free shot at the goal. Going into the two 10-minute overtime periods, "I think it was evident to a lot of people in the stands, myself, the mood changed," Regrutto said. "The kids were not protecting a win any more." Their mood was "let's go win," Regrutto said. They turned it back into their game. Toward the end of the first period, Nick Rodgers picked up the ball and dribbled to a beautiful shot over the keeper on the right side to secure the win, Regrutto said. "I'm so proud of these kids," Regrutto said, although they missed a couple of opportunities, which means there's still room for improvement. "The thing that was the greatest to me is if we're going to be successful, we have to go out and giye complete commitment," Regrutto said, and they did that. "I couldn't be more proud as a coach. To see these guys go OUt and be successful is the best thing for a coach." But even more than that, they proved it to themselves, he said. "It was just hard work and desire." The Huskies play at Sisters on Thursday and Crook County on Saturday. From page 9 Linn) 19:15; (8) Elias Appenzeller (N Eug) 19:17; (9) (Pleas- Garrett Davis ant Hill) 19:24; (10) Tyress Turns- Plenty (La Pine) 19:27; (11) lan Bald- essari (S) 19:27; (12) Izaak Kanzig (S) 19:28; (17) Daniel Danforth (SH) 19:54; (20) Dyut Fetrow (S) 20:01; (22) Cannon Jones (Elmira) 20:05; (23) Niico Haddad (LP) 20:08; (24) Gavin Boen (LP) 20:10; (25) Nick Clark (LP 20:12; (27) Thorin Wilson (LP) 20:14; (28) Gabriel Rice (S) 20:15; (30)Austin Smith (LP) 20:22; (32) Brad Miller (Cottage Grove) 20:44; (37) David Johnson (SH) 21:05; (39) Conner Richardson (CG) 21:12; (40) Kade McConnell (CG); (45) Bryce Cothran (CG) 21:34; (52) Bryan Zimmerman (E) 21:45; (53) Nick Mattson (SH) 2.1:46; (54) Robert Gourley (SH) 21:48; (57) Alex Seitz (SH) 22:04; (61) Joseph Faletti (E) 22:21; (63) Taylor Ogle (LP) 22:40; (67) Jordan Yoss (CG) 22:54; (69) lan Cooper (E) 23:01; (70) Jordan Yoss (CG) 22:54; (72) lan Cooper (E) 23:01; (73) Carson Galbreath (CG) 23:04; (74) Jarrett Raade (CG) 23:06; (76) Jasper Kamerer (E) 23:09; (85) Alex Eddy (Junction City) 24:09; (86) Harley Gilpin (E) 24:11; (95) Noah McFadden (JC) 25:02; (99) Chase Maxwell (JC) 29:22. Girls Team Scores Sisters 51; (2) Pleasant Hill 105; (3) Cottage Grove 131; (4) Central 133; (5) Creswell 156; (6) Elmira 178; (7) Thurston 198; (8) Junction City 201; (9) Crow 234. Girls Top 10 and Sky-Em League Finishers (1) Olivia Powell (Creswell) 21:26; (2) Zoe Falk (Sisters) 21:45; (3) Man- di Desmarteau (Central) 22:04; (4) Helen Cutting (N Eugene) 22:30; (5) Sabrina Boyd (Pleasant Hill) 22:51; (6) Aria Blumm (S) 23:02; (7) Paige Sanders (SH) 23:07; (8) Courtney Carman (NE) 23:28; (9) Rheanna Wil- liams (NE) 23:31; (10)Emma Boys (PH) 23:40; (13) Macadia Calavan (S) 24:39; (16) Natalie Marshall (S) 25:09; (18) Danielle Jones (Elmira) 25:37; (19) Skyler Lester (La Pine) 25:40; (20) Breanna Wright (Cottage Grove) 25:43; (24) Betsy Ausman (S) 25:05; (25) Katie Stewart (S) 26:19; (28) Kenzie McConnell (CG) 26:43; (29) Jessica Sand (E) 27:00; (31) Sierra Swanson (SH) 27:06; (33) Alondra Torres (JC) 27:40; (36) Ha- ley Cotchell (CG) 27:45; (39) Court- ney Shipley (CG) 28:00; (42) Alisha Drews (JC) 28:20; (46) Ana Trujillo (C G) 28:44; (47) Kalea Galbreath (CG) 28:47; (48) Tysha Hulse (LP) 29:02; (55) Grieta King (E) 29:44; (56) Candalynn Johnson (SH) 30:04; (57) Madeline Curtis (E) 30:07; (60) Courtney Spangter (JC) 30:20; (62) Hayleigh Osburn (JC) 30:31; (65) Sierra Shaw (E) 31:30; (67) Emilee Russell (E) 31:46; (69) Kayla Dan- iels (SH) 32:22; (70) Rachel Collins (JC) 32:32; (71) Alyssa Watters (JC) 33:51. A Fun, Bible-based Club for Kids Ages 3 years - 6th Grade (by SepL 1st) THURSDAYS 6:30 - 8:15 PM Community Chapel, 42250 Ames Creek Road, Sweet Home