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OSAA cancels high school sports for remainder of year

Per Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement last week that Oregon schools will be closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the school year, the Oregon School Activities Association has cancelled all remaining Spring activities and state championshi...

 

OSAA board holds off on cancelling spring sports - for now

The OSAA Executive Board decided last week to continue suspension of spring activities, but not not cancel any other remaining state championships for the time being. The season is suspended through April 28, in line with the governor’s orders to...

 

OSAA extends ban on sports, practice, through end of April

Following Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement on March 18, extending statewide school closures through April 28, the Oregon School Activities Association has extended the suspension of interscholastic practices and contests for sports and activities...

 

OSAA extend ban on practices, competition through April 28

Following Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement on Tuesday extending statewide school closures through April 28, the Oregon School Activities Association has extended the suspension of interscholastic practices and contests for sports and activities for... Full story

 

'Consistent' Hunter Coulter named boys basketball MVP

The Sweet Home High School basketball team named junior Hunter Coulter its Most Valuable Player during its annual awards banquet on March 10. "Coulter had a really good season," said Coach Drew...

 
 By Scott Swanson    Sports    March 18, 2020

New golf coach Ron Moore loves the game and teaching kids

Ron Moore is known for a variety of things in Sweet Home: civic leader, president of the Sweet Home Economic Development Group (which produces the Oregon Jamboree), community booster, youth sports...

 

Luka Ogden named cheer team's most valuable performer

Freshman Luka Ogden won the Sweet Home High School cheerleaders Pink Pom award, the equivalent of Most Valuable Player, during the team's awards banquet Thursday evening, March 5. The team award were...

 

Royer, Thorpe win repeat state wrestling championships as SH team just misses

By Scott Swanson Of The New Era It was oh-so-close, but Sweet Home's wrestlers fell just short of beating a stacked La Grande team in the state championships Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28-29. But the...

 

State placers are girls swimming MVPs, Wright and Calderwood for boys

Swim Coach Doug Peargin named the four Huskies who placed in the state championship swimming finals Outstanding Swimmers of the Year for the girls swimming team at the annual awards night Thursday,...

 

Despite final loss at Newport, SH girls played 'competitively' this year

While Sweet Home ended its girls basketball season with a 56-37 loss to Newport on the road Feb. 25, the team made substantial gains and has a lot going for it next season. Newport pulled ahead quickly, leading 14-6 after the first quarter, 30-19 at...

 

Alumni roundup: Ally Tow signs to play volleyball for Corban

Former Sweet Home star Ally Tow (2018) signed a letter of intent Feb. 19, during halftime at a Linn-Benton Community College basketball game, to play volleyball at Corban University. Tow led LBCC...

 
 By Sean C. Morgan    Sports    March 4, 2020

Hot-shooting Phoenix ends Sweet Home's basketball season

Phoenix came to town with a hot hand Friday night and hit a lot of shots early, including six three-pointers, to build an insurmountable lead against their hosts in boys basketball to end the...

 

Husky swimmers set two state, six school records in 2nd-place state finish

The Sweet Home High School girls swim team finished second, setting two state records, in the 4A/3A/2A/1A state championships Saturday in Beaverton. Four girls, Megan Hager, Jamie Seward, Malia...

 

Wrestlers qualify record 23 boys for state in winning regional

Sweet Home wrestlers won their sixth straight regional wrestling title Saturday, Feb. 22, with a dominating performance in the Special District 2 championships held at Stayton. "We showed up," said Co...

 

Boys lose in OT to Cascade, then beat Sisters

The Sweet Home boys lost to Cascade 51-48 in overtime at home in basketball Feb. 18 and then beat Sisters 45-20 at home Friday evening. Against Cascade, the Huskies had a rough time at the free thrown...

 

Girls fall to Cascade, Sisters

As their season wound down last week, Sweet Home's girls lost games to Sisters 45-39 at home Friday and Cascade 45-33 at home Feb. 18 in basketball. "Sisters played a great game," said Sweet Home Coac...

 

Girls win district championship; to defend title as SH qualifies six for state

Sweet Home's girls won their seventh straight Special District 3 swimming championship Saturday, Feb. 15, at the South Albany Aquatic Center. The boys, with six swimmers, placed ninth. Individual...

 

Wrestlers blank North Marion, now focus on district tournament

Senior Night for the Sweet Home wrestling team was saved by ... Stayton on Thursday, Feb. 13. The Huskies were scheduled to wrestle their final home dual against North Marion, but the visitors were on...

 

Casey Tow signs to compete for U.S. Naval Academy track team

The past year has been a bit of a whirlwind for Sweet Home High School senior Casey Tow, and signing a letter of intent to compete in track for the U.S. Naval Academy last week was just one more...

 

Husky boys hang tight in league basketball standings with win over Stayton

Sweet Home held off a late rally by Stayton to win 59-53 at home Feb. 11 in boys basketball. At this point, the Huskies have likely secured a play-in slot, said Coach Drew Emmert. Winning out the...

 

Girls lose to Stayton, head into hoops season's home stretch

The Husky girls fell 61-45 to Stayton Feb. 11 in basketball. "I thought we played really well," said Coach Michelle Knight. "Stayton's a really good team, and I felt like we competed well the whole...

 

Huskiettes look to take advantage of experience, up their game

With eight experienced dancers returning, the Sweet Home High School Huskiettes dance team is taking on a more challenging routine during this year's competitive season. Returning juniors are Kaitlyn...

 

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