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m Members of the Sweet Home wrestling team include, in front, from left, Sam Woosley, Nick Dadey, Aaron Blanchard, Tyrel Miller, Tyler Schilling, Ryan Adams and Anthony Hardee. In sec- ond row, from left, are Coach Steve Thorpe, Troy Hazelton, Tyler Cowger, Colton Schilling, Nate Melcher, Trever Olson, Cole Ashcrafi, Travis Petersen, Justin Nicholson and Coach Tomas Rosa. In third row, from left, are Bob Malloy, Ty Kirkland, Dylan Elder, Brandon Keenon, Ben Terry, JT Weld, Jason Miller, Joseph Rasmussen, Gavin Baskin and Coach Tim Boatwright. In rear, from left, are Zach Gill, David Skeen, Wade Paulus, Quin Wise, Brian Malloy, lan Search and Coach Steve Hummer. By Scott Swanson third: and a fourth-place finisher loy, Nene Mauer, Nate Melcher, This is a special group for the other kids on the team that we're Of The New Era back this year, Sweet Home has the Trever Olson, Wade Paulus, Colton coaching staff, Thorpe said.relying on - not just the Pauluses Quality, if not quantity, will veterans among its 11 seniors. Schilling, David Skeen and Quin"This group of seniors, hay- and the Cowgers and the Gills and be the watchword for the Sweet "We have a unique class - a Wise. ing a daughter that's a senior, I've the Schillings, Home wrestling team this year as lot of athletes," said Coach Steve Cowger (138 pounds), Pan-grown up with these kids. I've held "We need to have some young the Huskies take aim at yet another Thorpe. "We are not a young team lus (195) and Schilling (120) all them when they were babies, a lot guys step up to do some good things state trophy - hopefully a champi- team. We're a veteran team."finished second in last year's state of them. I've played with them in and help us achieve our goals." onship plaque. Back are seniors Tyler Cowger, finals. Gill was third at heavy- Mat Club. This is very very special Olson missed the medalrounds With three state runner-ups, a Zach Gill, Bobby and Brian Mal- weight, group of seniors, but there are 25 See Huskies, page 2 Boys short but bring talent, sp By Sean C. Morgan Of The New Era The Sweet Home High School boys varsity basketball team will start the season with little experience, but new Coach Tim Porter believes the team has talent and will be competitive. Though the Huskies have only two re- turning starters in senior Christian Porter and junior Grant Kauffman, junior Bryce Daniels and sophomore Hunter Jutte both have varsity experience. Joining them are seniors Austin Dixon and Jason Sarter; juniors Jacob Richardson, Chace Hutchins and Kyle Rose; and sopho- mores Kevin Seiber, Ryan Adams and Ky- ler Gaskey. "They're pretty young," Porter said. "Not a lot of varsity experience, but I like who we have. We have a pretty good group." The Huskies are going to be a little unique this year, Porter said. They're pretty See Hoops, page 3 Varsity boys basketball team members are, in front, from left, Austin Dixon, Grant Kauffman, Jacob Richard- son, Kevin Seiber, Jason Sarter and Chace Hutchins. In back are Head Coach Tim Porter, Christian Porter, Hunter Jutte, Ryan Adams, Kyle Rose, Bryce Dan- iels and Assistant Coach Randy Hutchins. Not pictured is Tyler Gaskey.