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Track PRs abound at Sisters, Marshfield

Hard work paid off last week in a slew of personal records for Sweet Home track and field athletes in a pair of meets, at Sisters and Marshfield. The Huskies posted 74 personal bests in a meet with...

 

Boys, girl golfers finish well in matches

With some matches under their belts, Sweet Home’s golfers are showing they can be competitive. That’s Coach Pat Davis’ analysis as the Huskies head into the home stretch of their season, which hopefully will end at the state championships on...

 

Late homer gives Philomath softball win over Sweet Home

Philomath's Hannah Williams hit a home run in the bottom of the seventh to snatch victory away from the visiting Huskies Friday, April 12, in high school softball. Sweet Home beat Woodburn 11-1 under...

 

Huskies play 'good' baseball in wins over Philomath, Stayton

Sweet Home beat Philomath 3-2 Saturday afternoon, April 13, to win a three-game high school baseball series 2-1 after sweeping a series last week against Stayton. After winning the series two games...

 

Huskies post some big performances on Junction City track and field

Sweet Home's track and field athletes battled the elements – rain mainly, at the Junction City Invitational Saturday, but came away with some big performances. Senior Noah Dinsfriend won both hurdle...

 

Cheerleaders vote Nicole Grady as team most valuable member

The Sweet Home High School cheerleaders named Nicole Grady their Pink Pom Girl of the Year – the team's most valuable player – Wednesday evening, April 3, during their annual awards banquet. The...

 

SH running into some tough competition against Philomath

The Sweet Home High School baseball team is continuing to grind its way through a series with seventh-ranked Philomath, with one win and one loss and a third game on pause. After beating Philomath 11-7 April 1, the Huskies traveled to Philomath...

 

Golfers drop team scores, post two seconds

Despite some adverse weather conditions last week, Sweet Home’s boys started getting their golf game on track with some season-best scores. On Tuesday, April 2, the Huskies finished third out of five full teams that played at Santiam Golf Club in...

 

Huskies win two to stay in tie for league softball lead

After losing 8-4 to second-ranked Junction City on the road in a non-league softball game April 1, the Huskies went on to beat 12th-ranked Cascade 2-1 at home April 3 and Sisters 13-1 in five innings...

 

Golfers fourth on Woodburn course

After a hiatus over spring break, Sweet Home’s boys will be back on the golf course with two tournaments this week. The boys last played March 18 at the Oregon Golf Association home course in Woodburn in a match featuring seven of the league’s...

 

Tow leads Huskies with 4th in Summit decathlon

Sweet Home’s Casey Tow placed fourth out of 42 competitors in the Summit Decathlon-Heptathlon competition held March 29-30 in Bend. Tow, a junior, was competing in his first decathlon event, which is composed of 10 track and field events including...

 

Sweet Home Swim Club members place at state, regionals

Two Sweet Home Swim Club swimmers swam in the 2019 Northwest Region Age Group Championships March 22-24 in Federal Way, Wash. after qualifying by placing at the Oregon state 11-14 age group championsh...

 

Sweet Home goes 2-3 in tough non-league softball play over break

Sweet Home split a four-game softball tournament in Redmond last week, beating Redmond 20-10, losing to Ridgeview 6-3, losing to Marist 6-1 and beating Crook County 13-7. The team played the first two games on March 25 and the last two on March 26....

 

Huskies hold off Philomath to stay unbeaten in league baseball

Sweet Home held off a last-inning rally to beat Philomath 11-7 at home Monday afternoon, April 1, in the first of a three-game series. "We played really well for six innings," said Coach John Best....

 

Kaitlyn Victor named Huskiettes' Most Valuable Dancer

The Sweet Home High School Huskiettes dance team named sophomore Kaitlyn Victor Most Valuable Dancer Thursday evening at the team's annual awards dessert. Freshman Gracie Wilson was named Rookie of...

 

Huskies sweep Woodburn in league-opening baseball series

After a tough week in baseball opening against three top-five teams, Sweet Home swept its first Oregon West Conference rival, Woodburn, in a three-game series last week. The Huskies beat Woodburn, 9-1 with Colton Smith throwing a no-hitter on the...

 

Track athletes run different events at Regis

Sweet Home’s Track and Field team wound things down for Spring Break with a fun day at the Regis Coed Relays in Stayton Wednesday, March 20. The event included smaller schools that the Huskies normally don’t see during the season and unusual...

 

Softball team tops Stayton, falls to Philomath

The Sweet Home's softball varsity team beat Woodburn 12-0 under the 10-run rule in its league opener on the road March 18, lost 2-1 to fourth-ranked Philomath at home March 20 and then beat Stayton...

 

Softball team shuts out Banks in season opener

The second-ranked Sweet Home softball team launched its season in a big way, shutting out ninth-ranked Banks 2-0 in a pitchers duel at home Friday afternoon. "That was a big win for our program,"...

 

With little practice ahead of game, golfers open season coldly

Sweet Home’s golf teams opened their season last week cold – in a figurative sense, after having little to no time on the course before their first competitions. The varsity boys played their first match Wednesday, March 13, at Trysting Tree in...

 

Track athletes off to a fast start, racking up 24 PRs

Some Sweet Home’s track and field athletes got off to a fast start as they opened their season against South Salem, Blanchet and Crosshill Christian Thursday, March 21, at the Saxon Icebreaker, hosted by South Salem. The Huskies had 17 personal...

 

Baseball team loses to three top-five teams opening week

Third-ranked Banks scored a series of runs late in the game to slip by the Huskies 5-4 Friday evening. Playing on the road, with one ball and one strike, Nate Virtue tripled on a line drive to center field to things going for 13th-ranked Sweet Home....

 

Swanson MVP as cagers finish with best season since 2010-11

The winner of the high school boys basketball team's Most Valuable Player Award is senior Jake Swanson. He received the award during the team's annual awards dessert on March 12. Nate Virtue was...

 

Huskiettes wrap up season eighth at state

The Sweet Home High School Huskiettes capped off their fall and winter seasons finishing eighth in the state competition held Saturday at the Memorial Coliseum. Competing at state were junior Karla...

 

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