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Page 14 ~P~I~TS - October 31,2012 From page 9 28th as Sweet Home's fifth scorer, in 20:04. In the girls side, Sisters ran away with the team title with 27 points, followed by the Huskies (62) and Cottage Grove just seven points back at 69. "Having someone like Nicole back certainly makes a differ- ence," Snow said. Without Ra- mussen, who moved back from North Dakota a few weeks ago, the Huskies' lone girls state quali- fier would likely have been Sand- ers. "It's inspiring," Sanders said. "Having everyone be able to come is great. Going as a team makes state so much better. Everyone really worked this year. We have runners who haven't run before. 'Tm really, really glad Nicole came back. I didn't think we had a chance before she came back. At first, I thought boy, she's going to take my spot (astop runner); but then I was glad. She's helped me." But even with Rasmussen's second-place finish, the Huskies, who were seeded third going into Country Fair run in placing 14th Tickets will be on sale at 8 a.m. Sweet Home 62; (3) Cottage Grove the race, needed some serious ef- and 16th respectively, and are $8 for adults and $5 for 69; (4) Elmira 76; (5) Junction City forts to qualify and they got them. "Haley and Sierra had great students with ID. 140. Top 10 and Sweet Home results Senior Candalynn Johnson races," Snow said. "They were Though Rasmussen placed (1) Zoe Falk (Sisters) 19:59; (2) Ni- finished with a 43-second PRright where they needed to be. sixth in the state last year, the cole Rasmussen (SH) 20:28; (3) to place 26th in 27:06. John- "We ran what we were ca- move to North Dakota has limited Breanna Wright (CG)21:05; (4)Aria son, who is in her second year of pable of, what we needed to do. her training, she said. Slum (Sisters) 21:09; (5) Paige Sand- cross-country, had struggled with That's what we shot for -the dis- "We'll go down there, give it ers (SH) 21:11; (6) Macadia Calvan (Sisters) 21:36; (7) Madison Boett- asthma and a doctor prescribed an trict meet. If you don't get district, a shot and try," Snow said. "Nicole ner (Sisters) 21:56; (8) Morgan Craig inhaler, you don't get anything else.had a good race. We will prob- (Elmira) 22;17; (9) Natalie Marshall "Maybe that inhaler helped a"Partly, that's why I keep ably be one of the weaker overall (Sisters) 22:21; (10) Kenzie McCon- little bit," Snow said. "If we could them on hard courses earlier in teams. But it's good for the girls to nell (CG) 21:36; (14) Sierra Swanson drop her down another minute, the season. We don't look for fast go down and get that experience. (SH) 23:03;(16) Hailey Hummer (SH) that would be awesome." times. The bottom line for me is to It would be nice to PR from this 23:05; (26) Candalynn Johnson (SH) The girls were seeded third,get ready for that one big meet and week." 27:04; (29) Kayla Daniels (SH) 28:03; but he said they did what they see what you can do." Sky-Em District Championships (33) Tashana Mithen (SH) 29:42. JV Boys needed to. . In the JV races, sophomore Results Team Scores: (1) Sisters 20; (2) La Varsity Boys Pine 45; (3) Sweet Home 70. "Nicole ran what I thought Trevor Melson turned in another Team Scores: (1) Sisters 30; (2) La she could run and Paige had a big PR, this one 25 seconds, to fin- Pine 50; (3) Sweet Home 80; (4) Elm- Boys JV Top Three and Sweet Home Finishers great day. She said it felt a whole ish in 24: 17, and freshman Joseph ira 98; (5) Cottage Grove 108. lot better than the Country Fair, Rasmussen ran a 19-second PR, Top 10 and Sweet Home results (1) Caleb Johnson (Sisters) 19:32; (2) Kyte Van Krieken (Sisters) 19:43; (3) where she went out too fast. It's to finish in 20:23, good for sixth Jakob Hiett (SH) 16:37; (2) Brandon Adam Ramirez (La Pine) 19:48; (6) about knowing what you're ca- place as the JV boysplaced third Pollard (Sisters) 17:01; (3) Devon Joseph Rasmussen (SH) 20:23; (14) Calvin (Sisters) 17:29; (4) Austin Kyle Moore-McKay (SH) 21:20; (28) pable of. with 70 points behind Sisters (20) Smith (La Pine) 17:44; (5) Daniel Nick Dadey (SH) 23:46; (30) Trevor "Paige was picking people and La Pine (45). Danforth (SH) 17:56; (6) Izaak Kanzig Melson (SH) 24:17; (33) MarkTaraski off left and right. If she'd had a On the girls side, Kayla Dan- (Sisters) 17:57; (7) Tyress TurnsPlen- (SH) 24:25. couple more hundred meters, she ieis continued to improve, running ty (LaPine) 18:08; (8) Nick Clark (La dV Girls probably would have gotten two 28:03 for a f0ur-second career Pine) 18:01;(9)Dyut Fetrow (Sisters) Sisters was the only full team that or three more. best. 18:18; (10) lan Baldessari (Sisters) 18:20; (21) lan Wingo (SH) 19:32; was eligibletoscore. (15points) Placing third and fourth were Snow said he can't predict (25) David Johnson (SH) 19:44; (28) Girls JV Top Three and Sweet Home Finishers freshman Sierra Swanson and se- what to expect at state Saturday, Nick Mattson (SH) 20:04; (33) Rob- (1) Betsy Ausman (Sisters) 23:41; nior Haley Hummer, a rookie to Nov. 3. Although the meet is held err Gourley (SH) 20:44; (34) Stephen (2) Laure Cirenik (Sisters) 24:20; (3) cross-country, at LCC, the course will be differ- Bishop (SH) 20:52. 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