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:lte - October 31,2012 Page 13 OOOOOOOOOO O Young Huskies finish 'good' soccer season with loss They didn't win it, but it was "We played 20 minutes into the showed it. "It was a good season for the probably the Sweet Home High second half when Sisters scored on "This is a game they should girls," Santana said. Opponents School girls' best soccer game of a long shot," Santana said. "It was be proud of and hold their heads thought they were going wipe the the season as they went down 3-1 a pretty nice shot." up," Santana said. The girls were Huskies out this year, but the girls on the road on Oct. 24. Sisters scored again on a head competitive with one of the top played competitively, with one- or The Huskies led 1-0 till about shot from a corner kick. Near the two teams in the league. Sisters two-goal losses. 20 minutes into the second half, end of the game, goalie Haley Kent was beaten 5-2 Monday night by "It's not like they came out then Sisters, which contended with caught a shot and then dropped it, Junction City. and scored seven, eight, 10 goals Junction City for first place in the Santana said. When she went for "We held them the whole half," against us,'I Santana said. As young league, i rallied and scored three the ball, she accidentally grabbed a Santana said, and the Outlaws as his team is, he thinks they did goals to get the win. Sigters' player's foot. Sisters scored couldn't do anything, pretty well. "We ended up scoring first," the penalty shot. Sisters got more physical in the The Huskies finish the season said Coach Ramiro Santana. The "We played really good," second half, wearing the Huskies 3-9-2 overall and 1-7-2 in league girls played Sisters tough the first Santana said. "It was probably the out, he said. His team made a little play. Sisters and Junction City half, and Alana Long put the ball best game of the season." mistake here and there, and things ended 9-1. Cottage Grove was 6-4. into the net. It hit the top of the post The young team improved broke down a bit when Sisters Elmira was 3-6-1, and La Pine and dropped down into the goal. every game, he said, and this game started scoring, finished 0-9-1. Dennis Barnhart 26 YEARS ELECTRICAL EXPERIENCE CCB 1946I7 Bonded & Insured Cell: 541-4.o9,8426 Home: 54r'367-73o2 dcbelectricdennis@aol.com Spikers finish with loss, but halfway up ladder Sweet Home finished its 2012 let them get too many runs," Coach They finished No. 28, with "This was a really good group volleyball campaign with a 3-0 loss Alicia Meier said. "They were run- a 4-12 overall record and a 4-6 of girls to work with. In practice at No. 3 Elmira. ning some really quick stuff and league mark- fourth in the confer- they were always in great moods, The Huskies, a team largelywe couldn't get a block out." ence. willing to work hard. It's just un- made up of players who had no She said the Huskies did "I am proud ofthe girls," Meier fortunate that our win-10ss record varsity experience coming into this achieve a goal they set at the be- said. "We will definitely miss'our did not show all the hard work they season, fe1125-13, 25-10, 25-14. ginning of the season, when they seniors, but most of our starters put in. They came out and gave it "In the first and third games were ranked-at the bottom of the were juniors and sophomors. It will their all." there were moments of good plays 4A division, at 42: to move up into be a good year next year. I'm deft- and good defense for us, but we just the 20s. nitely looking foward to next year. Over 30 years experience Free estimates Locally owned . Tear-offs with no mess , Hand nailed, architect & 3-tab shingles , Snap-lock, Hi-rib metal & fiat roofs , All workmanship guaranteed CCB# 110950 From page 9 Hitner had a hot first half, completing l0 passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns. Sweet Home's first of a se- ries of big plays on the night came midway through the second half as Spencer Knight broke through sev- eral would-be tacklers on his way to a 27-yard score, stuffing the ball behind the pylon as he went down under a tackler just outside the cor- ner of the end zone. "I came around on a sweep and I saw that there was nothing there," Knight said: "I saw the line- backers over-pursue and then I saw all our linemen doing a perfect job of blocking, so I headed around. I didn't mean for it to be so dramatic but it ended up just being way dra- matic. I saw the one guy and I just stuck the ball out and hoped I'd hit the pylon." Things were up and down for the Huskies. On their next posses- sion Paulus, who carried the ball 37 times for 28.9 yards - most with Lions hanging all over him- for the game, served as Workhorse on a seven-carry, length:of-the-field drive to the 6-yard line, where he fumbled with 2:49 left in the half. Hitner drove Cottage Grove back the other way and completed his second touchdown of the game to give the Lions a 28-21 lead with six seconds left, a lead they took into halftime. "I could have subbed Wade out and got Spencer in there, but I wanted Wade to finish that series out," Nichol said. "He either was tired or he didn't have a good grip on the ball. I told him, 'Next time you look over at me and say "I got this," or I'm subbing you out.'" He said communication prob- lems tripped the team up a few times throughout the game, as Homer called different plays than Nichol wanted. "That's what we're going to work on this week," Nichol said. "We're going to go back to basics another interception, ripping the and work on some of the funda- ball away from the Lions' Tanner mentals. It's entirely about us, how Gates as they fell to the ground. we can get better and perfect our "I kind of got turned around craft." and as I found the ball he caught The Huskies, though, showedit on his hip and I just kind of took a high level of self-confidence as it away.from him and we tumbled they came out of the locker room a little bit and I came out on top," and marched the length of the field said Schilling, whose helmet got in their first possession of the sec- ripped off in the scramble. ond half, capped by a 6-yard scor- Hitner scored again for the Li, ing run by Paulus to tie things up ons, this time on a 2-yard quarter- 28-28. back sneak with five minutes left, After a see-saw battle for the but missed on the two-point pass remainder of the third quarter, the attempt. Huskies started stepping it up in Cottage Grove attempted an the defensive secondary, and then onside kick, but Rice recovered the came the play that gave Sweet ball after a Lions player missed a Home real momentum, chance to scoop it up:. Spindler caught a pass fromThen Paulus scored on an 18- Hitner and ran through the Sweet yard run with 1:29 left to clinch the Home players on the sideline, then victory and Cottage Grove came up stepped on a tackler as he got up to short on -four desperation passes, return to the field, giving Sweet Home the ball with a Referees called the Huskies for minute left and Wooley took over a personal foul, drawing loud boos to wind the clock down. from the crowd, in full view of The win was particularly sat- whom the whole play took place, isfying because it fulfills expecta- But a few plays later, Austin tions that players said they and oth- Rice picked off a pass, two minutes ers have had for years. into the fourth period, and returned "We've been waiting a long it 41 yards for a go-ahead touch- time for this," Schilling said. down. "When we were in fifth and sixth "Right after I caught (the in- grade we were always on top and terception) I was-so excited I just through middle school; so as se- about tripped and I came up again," niors, coming up through, we really Rice said. "I was stoked. I just read wanted this. We were striving for a the quarterback's eyes and I was in league title, a state titlel We're on the right place at the right time. the path and week after week we'll "I knew there would be one see what happens." play in the game that would really "Finally, for the seniors, this get the momentum going for us and is what everybody's been waiting eventually it happened." for," Wooley said. "We're finally Defensive lineman Josh Hol-fulfilling what everybody's been man, who was one of those respon- expecting. It was a great season sible for a lot of pressure Hitner and this game was amazing. was feeling during the game, said "We have so much potential the play was one of the reasons for and we're just growing and grow- the Huskies' focus, ing every game. Going into the "We just found it somewhereplayoffs now we have just as good inside to get ourselves pumped up," a chance as anybody." he said. "We just used things like Their win moved the Hus- that flag on the field to get mad. We kies from 11 th in the OSAA 4A just channeled all of our emotions Division power rankings to fourth into doing our best." before the rankings were frozen Colton Schilling then ended Cottage Grove's next series with See Football, page 16 REALTY I Kitsey Trewin (541) 409-4962 l Angela Weld (541) 401-5612 Debbie Adams (541) 409-9132 Todd Branson (541) 409-1800 [ Linda Renoud (541) 401-5770 FOR SALE Development potential, 5.18 acres in city limits zoned R-1. 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