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1/ , ra - December 5, 2012 SPORTS Page 15 Girls taste victory in basketball Clothing Public Notice The Sweet Home High School girls basketball team started out a little rocky on Nov. 28 at a jamboree at Central Linn but pulled things together to win their second quarter. The Huskies played a quarter against Philomath and a quarter against CentralLinn. "The first game, it was rusty," said Coach Kerstin Brosterhous. "You could tell it was our first time out against someone else." The team ended up playing pretty well at the end, she said, and the Huskies won their second quarter. "It was like we played a game before," Brosterhous said. "What we struggled with at the beginning was the team working together." Only two or three players worked together consistently on varsity last year, Brosterhous said, and that showed in timing. "I felt like started clicl<ing," she said of the second quarter. "Our effort was better." Haley Kent was on fire, Brosterhous said. She was everywhere on defense and shooting on offense. People started feeding offofthat. They were pulling down the boards and playing better all around, she said. Starting their season this week, scheduled to play at Stayton Tuesday night, Brosterhous was feeling "pretty good" about the team. She is missing some girls, who are ineligible right now, but she is looking forward to seeing how the team takes what it's been doing well with in practice and putting it on the court in a full game. Jewelry Consignment Bike Shop Craft Show/Bazaa rs Statewide Classifieds For Sale Mort age/Loans Medical i Swim A pliances From page 14 50 Butterfly - (4) Sierrah Owen 37.6; (5) Emily Claborn 48.5. 100 Freestyle - (5)Liwie Hindmarsh 1:22.4. 500 Freestyle - (2) Emily Thompson 6:34.6. 200 Freestyle Relay - (3) Sweet Home "A" (Sierrah Owen, Emily Claborn, Natasha Benson, Sara Helfrich) 2:22.4. 50 Backstroke - (1) Esther Gunselman 31.8; (4) Shelby Wymetalek 50.8. 50 Breaststroke - (2) Emily Claborn 49.7; (4) Jenny Yoon 57.0. 400 Freestyle Relay - (2) Sweet Home "A" (Esther Gunselman, Natasha Ben- son, Sara Helfrich, Emily Thompson) 4:41.2; (4) Sweet Home "B" (Livvie Hindmarsh, Sierrah Owen, Shelby Wymetalek, Megan Oberg. Sweet Home Boys Results 200 Medley Relay - (1) Sweet Home "A" (Justin Hilburn, Victor Stupin, Elric Benson, Zane Jack- son) 2:01.2; (4) Sweet Home "B" (Ryan Yon, Hunter Burge, Jaegar Howatt, Grant Jones) 2:19.7. 206 Freestyle - (3) Ryan Yon 2:17.2; (4) Grant Jones 1:31.8. 100 IM -(1) Justin Hilburn 1:07.3; (4) Hunter Burge 1:31.8. 50 Freestyle - (2) Zane Jackson 26.9; (4)Jaegar Howatt 27.9. 50 Butterfly - (3) Elric Benson 30.6; (4) Jaegar Howatt 31.6. 100 Freestyle - (1) Justin Hilburn 58.5; (3) Zane Jackson 1:03.7. 500 Freestyle- (1) Victor Stupin 5:57.6; (4) Grant Jones 8:09.9. 200 Freestyle Relay - (3) Sweet Home "A" (Hunter Burge, Jaegar Howatt, Elric Benson, Ryan Yon) 1:57.0. 50 Backstroke - (2) Victor Stupin 32.8; (3) Elric Benson 36.5. 50 Breaststroke - (3) Hunter Burge 40.2; (5) Grant Jones 45.1. 400 Freestyle Relay - (1) Sweet Home "A" (Justin Hilburn, Zane Jackson, Ryan Yon, Victor Stupin) 4:00.6. Six existing FCC licensed wireless telecom- munication antennas are to be removed and replaced with three new 800MHz/1900MHz (12" x 72") duel antennas and six new Remote Radio Units on the water tank at 2210 Tama- rack, Sweet Home, Linn County, Oregon. The FCC is seeking public comment on the pro- posed project as part of the review process by the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office. Please respond within 30 days of this publica- tion to: Adapt Engineering, 10725 SW Barbur Blvd., Suite 200, Portland, OR 97219 Attn: PO60XC090 1217112 49c Classifieds Deadline: NOON ON FRIDAY 4 Bedroom 1+ Baths Great Views and neighborhood $900 mo. No smoking, Dog OK 541-223-1473 49-50p. Benefit Fair Share. 2nd annual Dollar Rama Dec. 7-8 8am-4pm, also bake sale & crafts. 952 Main St., Sweet Home 49 Electric Tryke adult red w/large basket & lithium ion battery $650 (541 )-821-1690 48P $$ PRIVATE MONEY 4 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE LOANS 50-65% OF VALUE 100 K @ UP (971) 600-4327 44-51p David L. Miller, D. C. Chiropractor 1200 10th Avenue, Sweet Home. 541-367-2225 45-52nc DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * * Like-Nu Appliance, Inc. Huge Appliance Showroom - Recondi- tioned Large Appliance Sales, Parts & Service. 2711 S Main Road Lebanon, Or 97355 (541) 259-1131 www. LikeN uApplia nce.com 9-52P POLE Buildings Ereed on your site. Langdon Construion 541-451-3911 CCB#21044 19TFN-C So rv ices LIBERTY ROCK PRODUCTS has good, clean, crushed quarry rock. $12 per yard on 10-12 yard load in Sweet Home area. 5 yard load $100. Also pit run, sand, turkey grit. Prices vary. We deliver to Crawfordsville, S. Lebanon, Lacomb, Cascadia - call for pricing. 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