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1t  v, - December 19, 2012 SPORTS " Page 13 Molalla, Taft block 00ies on co'an By Cody Cannon For The New Era The Sweet Home boys basketball team faced off against Taft this past Wednesday and came up short, losing by 12 points. "This was probably our worst game of the season," Coach Tim Porter said. "We didn't do much right in this game, to be honest. We didn't defend well, we didn't run our offense well, we didn't rebound well. We had a couple kids who had decent games, but by far this has to be our worst game yet." Throughout the first half, the Huskies seemed to be able to hold their own. They were never too far behind, but never really could inch their way to the front. They were determined to win, but couldn't seem to find the points to match their determination. "l'm really big on preparation for the game," Porter said, "I believe that you have to prepare for the game at least the day before. I don't think we did a very good job preparing mentally for the game, and it showed." Once the second half went under way the Huskies began to show that. Even though they could find a way to get the ball in the air, Sweet Home never could figure out the concept of re-bounding the ball. Turn-overs were also a big flaw in the game. "We know, because of our size, that rebounding is definitely one thing we're going to have to work on," Porter added. "You have turn-overs when the team isn't focused as well as it should be," which, he said, goes back to Photo by Sean C. Morgan Grant Kauffman takes a shot against Molalla. the team not being prepared. On the bright side,"I thought that Austin Dixon" stepped up and played a pretty good game and, at times, everyone did good things." Bryce Daniels and Grant Kauffman tied for the points leaders with 15 points. Christian Porter scored two points, Ryan Adams had three, Hunter Jutte had 11, Austin Dixon had five, See Hoops, page 16 Huskies get quality pool time at Philc,n00ath Sweet Home's girls Inter- mediate Medley relay team were the only winners at the Philomath Relays Wednesday, Dec. 12, at Philomath. But Coach Doug Peargin said the Huskies are doing "well" despite their biggest problem: a lack of numbers, especially on the boys side. "Philomath Relays is a great meet to get your entire team in- volved," he said, noting that be- cause no team score is kept, "it's one of the most fun meets of the season because every event is a relay. It allows a coach to experi- ment a little bit and swim some kids in an event or two that they may have never competed in be- fore." The Huskies posted 16 per- sonal bests in their third meet of the season, which, Peargin said, was a good indication. "I feel we're swimming pretty well," he said. "However, we have a lot of fundamentals to focus on. The kids are starting to get into shape." The Huskies' will host the Sweet Home Invitational at 3 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20. The event will stat earlier than usual due to pos- sible weather concerns, he said. Philomath Relays- Sweet Home Boys Results 200 Medley Relay - (2) Sweet Home (Victor Stupin, Grant Jones, Jaegar Howatt, Zane Jackson) 2:10.3. 4x50 Freestyle Relay - (2) Sweet Home (Victor Stupin, Ryan Yon, Jaegar Howatt, Zane Jackson), time not available. 4x50 Backstroke Relay - (place not listed) Sweet Home (Ryan Yon, Grant Jones, Hunter Brgpi ............ Pk::kei:) 2:2:L L 4x100 Freestyle Relay - (2) Sweet Home (Victor Stupin, Jaegar Ho- watt, Zane Jackson, Ryan Yon) 4:05.2. 4x50 Freestyle Mixed Relay (Boys See Swim, page 16 aurney From page 12 106 - Isaiah Harris (T) dec. Tyrel Miller (SH) 9-2; 113 - Tyler Schilling (SH) won by inj. def. over Alex Youngbauer (T); 120- Justin Nicholson (SH) pinned Adam Webb (T) 3:49; 126 -Anthony Hardee (SH) dec. Aaron Webb (T) 3-2; 132 - Colton Schilling (SH) pinned Ca- leb Baugher (T) :43; 138 - Avery Caird (T) pinned JT Weld (SH) :431145 - Bob Malloy dec. Mason Davis (T) 6-40T; 152 - Tyler Cowger (SH) pinned Jona- than Sosa-Orta (T) :22; 160 - Brandon Morgan (T) dec. Trever Olson (SH) 6-0; 170 - Ryon Davis (T) won by forfeit; 182 - Braxton Arand (T) maj. dec. Ben Terry (SH) 15-1; 195 - Wade Paulus (SH) pinned Maverick Wiseman (T) 1:42; 220 - Lucas Anthony (T) pinned David Skeen (SH) 2:44; 285 - Zach Gill (SH) pinned Bryce Palahniuk (T) 3:40. Sweet Home 58, Springfield 15 106 - Tyrel Miller (SH) pinned Corban Wasson (Sp) 1:33; 113 - Tyler Schil- ling (SH) pinned Bryce McCormick (Sp) 1:54; 120- Justin Nicholson (SH) pinned Kevin Snyder (Sp) 1:31; 126- Anthony Hardee (SH) maj. dec. Pierce Harper (Sp) 15-6; 132 -Colton Schilling " (SH) pinned Coleton Thornton (Sp) :29; 138 - Macyn Nagao (Sp) dec. JT Weld (SH) 13-8; 145 - Bob Malloy (SH) dec. Cadence Lentz (Sp) 8-5; 152 -Tyler Cowger (SH) pinned Josh DeVita (Sp) 1:22; 160- Trever Olson (SH) pinned Sebastian Lopez (Sp) 1:06; 170- Shane Walker (Sp) won by forfeit; 182 - Ben Terry (SH) pinned Blaise Powell (Sp) :49; 195 "Wade Paulus (SH) pinned Ed- die Bailey (Sp) :36; 220 - Dane Maury (Sp) pinned David Skeen (SH) 1:29; 285 - Zach Gill (SH) dec. Gilberto Delgado (Sp) 4-0. Sweet Home 75, McKay 0 106 - Tyrel Miller (SH) pinned Nick Brown (M) 3:58; 113 - Tyler Schilling (SH) pinned Taylor Diaz-Lopez (M) 3:30; 120-Justin Nicholson (SH) pinned Mark Kandash (M) :251 126 -Anthony Hard- ee (SH) pinned Humberto Santana (M) See Tourney, page 14 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 REAL ESTATE SECTION .... 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