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Page 16 PORTR h* ' "r,, - November 21,2012 / Awards From page 13 Girls 50 Free 9-10 - (40) Mykal Johnston 54.02 Girls 50 Free 11-12 - (8) Mia Davis 29.19"; (30) Samantha Coats 35.68* Boys 50 Free 11-12 - (5) Rawlins Lupoli 29.36*; (9)Rowland Lupoli 30.35* Girls 100 Breast 11-12 - (1) Lauren Yon 1:14.83" Boys 100 Breast 11-12 - (2_ Rawlins Lupoli 1:19.85" Girls 50 Back 10 & Under - (1) Megan Hager 34.68; ;(48) Mykal Johnston 1:01.33 Girls 50 Back 11-12 - (28) Samantha Coats 43.68* Girls 25 Fly 8 & Under - (11) Jamie Seward 26.10 Girls 100 Fly 9-10 - (2) Megan Hager 1:20.60* Girls 100 Fly 11-12 - (2) Mia Davis 1:09.77"; 4) Lauren Yon 1:10.82" Boys 100 Fly 11-12 - (6) Rowland Lupoli 1:31.49 Girls 200 Free 13-14 - (1) Lucie Davis 1:58.77; (6) Makayla Nelson 2:06.41; (21) Esther Gun- selman 2:17.98 Girls 200 Free 15 & Over - (24) Emily Thomp- son 2:23.53* Boys 200 Free 13-14 - (18) Nathan Hager 2:12.53"; (25) Brandon Vasfaret 2:30.69 Boys 200 Free 15 & Over - (25) Ryan Yon 2:18.69* Girls 200 Breast 15 & Over - (19) Emily Thom- span 3:02,33* Boys 200 Breast 15 & Over- (21) Ryan Yon Photo courtesy of Bruce Davis Junia Calhoon, center, is surrounded by her Sweet Home Swim Club members after being presented Monday. Nov. 19, with the Oregon Swim- ming "Excellence in Coaching, 2011-2012" award. She was named recipient of the award at Oregon Swimming's Top Five Banquet Nov. 18. Honored as Top Five swimmers were Lauren Yon, in front, holding cracker box, and Lucie Davis, left. 3:03.88 son 1:07.37" Girls 200 Back 13-14 - (3) Lucie Davis Girls 100 Free 13-14 - (2) Lucie Davis 56.91; Boys 100 Free 13-14 - (9) Nathan Hager 2:19.01"; (4) Makayla Nelson 2:19.88; (17) Es- (8) Makayla Nelson 59.86; (17) Esther Gunsel- 58.72*; (20) Brandon Vasfaret 1:08.55 ther Gunselman 2:32.23 man 1:04.01 Boys 100 Free 15 & Over - (24) Ryan Yon Boys 100 Fly 13-14 - (21) Nathan Hager Girls 100 Free 15 & Over - (19) Emily Thomp- 1:03.29* 1:18.35* 1 Alumni From page 13 and 4-2 in the NWC, good for third place, during a difficult schedule that featured six road games and four at home. Their only two losses were road games at nationally-ranked NCAA Division III playoff partici- pants Pacific Lutheran and Linfield. Tiffany Miller (2012), a fresh- man setter at Southern Oregon Uni- versity, played 57 sets and 20 digs in 16 matches for the Raiders, who fin- ished 19-11 after falling to Eastern Oregon in-the Cascade Collegiate Conference playoff semifinals. Freshman Jasmin Yoder (2012), playing midfielder for Hess- May the good things of life be yours in abundance, not only at Thanksgiving but throughout the coming year. Happy Thanksgiving! 3210 Highway 20, Sweet Home, Oregon (541) 367-2111 www.cascadetimber.com ton College in Kansas, scored two goals for the Larks, who finished the season 9-10. Northwest Christian College sophomore Isaiah Blake (2011), who played soccer at both Sweet Home and East Linn Christian Acad- emy during high school, was recog- nized as a All-Cascade Collegiate Conference Scholar-Athlete this fall. The Beacons finished 3-14-1 for the season, including a double-overtime 2-2 tie against Corban. Blake played in 15 of those games, but did not score. Freshman Chris Carpenter appeared in one game this season. Junior Jaycc Caihoon (2010) has become a "leader" of the Uni- versity of Wyoming swim team, according to the school's website, after helping the Cowboy 800-yard freestyle relay team to a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conference championship and a school-record time of 6:31.62. Individually, in the 200 backstroke he placed third with time of 1:46.79. In the 200 back pre- liminaries, Calhoon swam the fastest time in UW history of 1:46.47. In the 500 freestyle at confer- ence, Calhoon set a personal-best time in the preliminaries of 4:29.53. In the 500 free finals, he placed sev- enth with a tirfe of 4:30.00. He set another personal-best time in the 400" individual medley preliminaries swimming a 3:57.54. He went on to record another seventh-place finish in the finals with a time of 4:00.00. For the season, he earned two First Team All-MPSF honors in the 200 back and as a member of the 800 freestyle relay squad. He also earned second-team honors in the 500 free- D&D Satellite d'sh 1-503-585-7445 J .com I CCB#87563 =.==u= ...-L=Z+=E_7S======_-=-:==-:=:.::=.=.:.=:=-::=: = " CCB# 196289 style and 400 IM. Last summer, Calhoon earned a spot in the U.S. Olympic Team trials in the 200 backstroke, where, despite being ill, he swam a long course pe r- sonal-best time of 2:07.66. On Nov. 10 he helped the Cow- boys to their first dual meet win of the season, over Air Force in Colo- rado Springs, winning the men's 100 back in 51.73 and the 200 backstroke in 1:51.19. Kieran Schaefer (2010) is a junior swimming for Seattle Univer- sity. The Southern Oregon Wrestling team, with two former Huskies on its roster, kicked off its season Nov. 7 with the Black and Red Intrasquad Dual Nov. 7. Sophomore Brock Crocker (2011), wrestling at 157 pounds, pinned Kyle Riggs, for- merly of Lowell, in 3:35. Freshman Scottie Stockman (2012), wrestling at 133, lost by a 9-4 decision to Joe Hitchison (Sequim). Sophomore Kris Newport (2011) is wrestling at Southwestern Oregon Community College. In basketball, Gavin Kauffman (2011), will be a 6-4 sophomore wing this year after leading Cheme- keta Community College - a team that included nine freshmen - to the finals of the NWAACC Tournament last March and a 22-8 record. Drew Emmert (2010) has moved on to Graceland University in Iowa, after playing two years at HesstonCollege in Kansas. Graceland, in Lamoni, Iowa, is a NAIA school that finished 20-11 last year. A 6-2 junior guard, Emmert helped Hesston tO a 15-15 record last year that concluded with an NJCAA Region VI playoff loss to Brown Mackie College. "I am excited Drew has decided to be a Jacket," said Graceland head men's basketball coach Jeffrey Ham- ilton. "He will bring experience and a defensive toughness that we need. He is a team guy and will be a good fit in the program. Drew can play both the off guard and small forward positions, and we are expecting him to fill a need left by our graduating seniors." Emmert is majoring in educa- tion, with a minor in coaching.