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Husky boys struggle against Newport, Woodburn

Sweet Home came out flat against Newport last week, but showed strong improvement as they faced off against Woodburn, one of the toughest boys soccer teams in the state. The Huskies fell 10-0 at Newpo...

 

Sweet Home runners set PRs at Albany Harrier Classic

Sweet Home's cross-country runners got on a fast course for the first time Saturday at the 16th annual Harrier Classic in downtown Albany's Bryant Park. It showed. Nearly all the Huskies posted...

 

Cascade runs over depleted Huskies for 57-13 football win

Cascade came into its matchup with Sweet Home ranked eighth in the state and the Cougars demonstrated why, trouncing their visitors 57-13. Ethan Coffey, a 200-pound running back, led the Cougars to a...

 

Despite 'squishy' conditions, Husky cross-country runners setting PRs

Sweet Home's veteran cross-country runners are better than they were last year at this time – and they haven't been on a fast course yet, Coach Kambria Schumacher said Monday. The Huskies competed...

 

Girls move up in league soccer standings after win over Cascade, tie with Sisters

The girls soccer team snatched a 1-0 win at Cascade and then tied Sisters 1-1 at home last week. "It was scary," said Coach Ramiro Santana. "We had our moments one way then the other way. We won again...

 

Lack of speed, execution cost Huskies in boys soccer losses

Sweet Home lost at home 12-0 to Cascade Sept. 24 and then on the road 7-0 to Sisters on Thursday in boys soccer. Cascade “was a little bit better than we expected them to be,” said Coach Eric Stutzer. The Cougars had a coaching change that change...

 

Energized Sisters takes down Huskies, 32-8

Coming off a competitive win over Phoenix, after facing two of the state’s best teams, Sweet Home’s football team got a reality check Friday night in a 32-8 losss at Sisters. “I think we kind of came in and overlooked Sisters,” Coach Dustin...

 

Sweet Home closes out perfect first half of league volleyball season

After falling to Valley Catholic the previous Saturday, Sept. 21, for their first loss of the volleyball season, Sweet Home went back to work last week, scoring a 3-0 win over an inexperienced...

 

After slow start, Huskies wake up and dominate Phoenix in 22-7 win

After a pair of losses to two of the state's top teams, Sweet Home moved into the win column Friday, Sept. 20, downing Phoenix 22-7. "It was good that we got a win," said Head Coach Dustin Nichol,...

 

Spikers fall to Valley Catholic at Sisters tourney; Outlaws here next

Sweet Home’s volleyball team’s winning streak ended Saturday in the championship bracket of the Sisters Tournament with a loss to then-No. 3 and defending state champion Valley Catholic. The Huskies won the first game 25-23, but the Valiants...

 

Coach: Girls improving despite tough soccer losses

Sweet Home's girls have yet to get very offensive in soccer, but it's coming, Coach Ramiro Santana said after the Huskies lost 8-0 to Stayton and 6-0 to Lebanon last week. "The girls are starting to g...

 

Saultz 10th for Huskies in Three Course Challenge race

The conditioning phase of Sweet Home’s cross-country runners’ season continued Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Three Course Challenge, held on the sand hills along the coast at Camp Rilea, north of Seaside. The meet drew 50 high school teams mostly...

 

Huskies get tough introduction to this season's Oregon West boys soccer

Sweet Home’s young boys soccer team lost lopsided opening league games last week to a couple of the Oregon West’s top teams, 19-0 to Woodburn on the road Sept. 10 and 8-0 at home Thursday....

 

SH downs Woodburn, Warriors to stay unbeaten in volleyball

Sweet Home's volleyball team raised its season record to 6-0, and retained its No. 1 state ranking, opening the league schedule last week with wins at home over Woodburn on Tuesday (25-9, 25-14,...

 

Girls lose to Woodburn, Philomath in soccer

Sweet Home lost to Woodburn 7-1 in its opening league game in girls soccer at home Sept. 10 and then 5-0 to Philomath on the road Thursday. “We actually started playing really good, but they had two girls, they’re like cheetahs,” said Coach Ram...

 

Sweet Home boys second in own cross-country invitational

Sweet Home's boys placed second in their own invitational cross-country meet, held Thursday, Sept. 12, at Community Chapel and GB's Trees Christmas tree farm on Ames Creek Road. Crescent Valley...

 

Slow start on offense costs Huskies in football loss at Banks

Sweet Home got a slow start – too slow, as it turned out, Friday, Sept. 13, on the road at Banks, ranked among the state’s best 4A football teams. The Braves defeated the Huskies 35-20 as Banks quarterback Tanner Shook scored touchdowns...

 

Huskies 4-0 after first week of volleyball, ranked No. 1 as league begins

Sweet Home's volleyball team tuned up for its league season opener Tuesday evening, Sept. 10, against Woodburn, with wins over Tillamook and a championship at the Cascade Tournament. The Huskies,...

 

Girls tie Elmira 0-0 in soccer tune-up before starting league

Sweet Home's girls haven't had much of a chance to warm up as they move into their league season this week. One game. The good news, though is that although their Sept. 6 matchup at home against...

 

Cross-country boys kick off season with fifth place at Ultimook

Sweet Home's cross-country runners got their feet wet – very literally – Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Ultimook Race at Hydrangea Ranch in Tillamook. The competition, held on a hydrangea flower farm,...

 

Boys soccer: SH loses early lead, game after fluke mistake

After a great opening against Elmira, a fluke shot panicked the Huskies, steering them to a 5-1 loss in the first full game for the boys soccer team this season. “All in all, the first 35 minutes of the game, we played pretty good,” said Coach...

 

Huskies struggle against strong, experienced Marist visitors

An experienced Marist team struck fast and hard in Sweet Home's football opener Friday night, Sept. 6, in Husky Stadium, en route to a 55-13 win over the Huskies. "There's a reason why they're ranked...

 

Nearly 1,100 participants turn out for Best in the West Triathlon Series

Rain and cooler temperatures provided nearly ideal conditions over the weekend for nearly 1,100 registrants in the ninth annual Best in the West Triathlon series, held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 7-8,...

 

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