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 By Scott Swanson    Sports    March 3, 2021 

SH finally get cleats on football field – uncertainties aside

Sweet Home's football players are ready to go, but the road they'll be taking this season isn't super clear. For starters, the Huskies' scheduled opener against Newport, penciled in for Friday, March...

 
 By Scott Swanson    Sports    March 3, 2021 

Volleyball: Veteran Huskies looking to take chance to finish strong

Sixteen months after they played their last game together – at least in a gym, Sweet Home's volleyball team is ready to roll once again. But there are plenty of ifs, hithertofores and forthwiths...

 
 By Benny Westcott    Sports    March 3, 2021 

Girls soccer team has experience, but little time to shake off some rust

In 2019, Sweet Home’s girls soccer squad played 14 games, finishing with a record of 2-9-3. In the fall of 2020, they only got two matches in, going 1-1, and losing a hard-fought scrimmage against the boys team. But now, in Season 2 of OSAA’s...

 
 By Scott Swanson    Sports    March 3, 2021 

Huskies will battle clock in race to get in shape for XC district

Successful cross-country requires consistent training, and with the COVID pandemic shutdowns, getting those miles in has been challenging for many of Sweet Home’s team members, according to Coach Kambria Schumacher. But the good news is Schumacher...

 
 By Benny Westcott    Sports    March 3, 2021 

More seasoned boys squad looking for win(s) this season

This year, the Sweet Home Boys Soccer program is looking to get in the win column. The last time the team won a game was October of 2017. “I would really like to come away with a win,” said head coach Eric Stutzer. “I think we have a good...

 
 By Scott Swanson    Sports    March 3, 2021 

Season 2 to look a little different – if spectators can get in to watch

While sports are resuming at Sweet Home High School after a full year of downtime due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are new rules and regulations that govern athletes, coaches officials and spectators. Also, approaches to sports is varied...

 

Swimming dominance goes back 60 years for Sweet Home

Doug Peargin's name will be forever linked to Sweet Home swimming – and for good reason: He's coached the Huskies for 46 years and under his leadership they've done very, very well. Husky swimmers...

 

Katie Robeck signs letter to play soccer for Hesston College

Katie Robeck signed a letter of intent Friday, Feb. 12, to play soccer for Hesston College. She signed in the Main Gym, flanked by her parents, Cindi and Mike. Athletic Director Nate Tyler noted that...

 

Sweet Home volleyball, basketball players break competition drought with wins

After a year without playing indoors, at least officially, Sweet Home volleyball and basketball players got a chance to knock the rust off last weekend in Idaho. And boy, did they deliver. A group of...

 

Sweet Home football gets green light as governor revises stance on contact sports

As Sweet Home Athletic Director Nate Tyler put it in a tweet Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 10, "Sweet Home Football is back!" That came after an announcement by Gov. Kate Brown earlier Wednesday that the... Full story

 

Aiden Tyler signs letter to play football for Western Oregon

Sweet Home quarterback Aiden Tyler signed a letter of intent Wednesday, Feb. 10, to play football for Western Oregon University. With his family – parents Nick and Rachel Tyler, and sister Chloe...

 

OSAA: Restrictions still on for 'contact' sports

The Oregon School Activities Association Executive Board opened the door Monday, Feb. 8, for soccer and cross-country seasons to progress, but maintained some restrictions on volleyball and football. The board voted to proceed with the cross-country...

 

Determined Huskies won Sweet Home's only hoops title

Ed Nieman really never had plans to be a basketball coach. And it really wasn't a long journey for him to the bench, but the trip took him a long way: to Sweet Home High School's first and only state...

 

Husky wrestlers have put Sweet Home on the map

Eight state team titles. Thirty-eight conference championships. Forty-four individual state champions. Three hundred and forty-two state placewinners. There's no question that wrestling has put Sweet...

 

Three Sweet Home volleyball players sign with LBCC

Three Sweet Home volleyball players signed letters of intent last week to play next season for Linn-Benton Community College. Savannah Hutchins, Shelbey Nichol and Graci Zanona bring the total number...

 

OSAA announces new sports schedule in response to COVID

The Oregon School Activities Association Executive Board has revised its calendar to start sports and other interscholastic activities in February, the organization announced Monday, Dec. 7. OSAA Executive Board members indicated they were hopeful...

 

When Husky fans return, Main Gym will offer a little sparkle

If OSAA-sanctioned sports begin on Dec. 28 as planned, and if fans are allowed to attend indoor events in the Main Gym, they will get an eyeful, a sparkling, polished auditorium that looks brand new....

 

Coach 'excited' by girls' performance in soccer

Sweet Home's girls soccer team hadn't had a chance to play at home this year until Thursday, Nov. 19, when they faced off with the Husky boys in a full-length scrimmage match. The girls, who have "eig...

 

Local player Abbott is first signee for new Bushnell beach volleyball program

Teja Abbott plans to play beach volleyball for Bushnell University next year after signing a letter of intent in a quiet ceremony last summer. Abbott was the first of what may be a succession of...

 

Sign-ups open for winter sports season

Registration for winter athletics at Sweet Home High School is now open. The “mini season,” which runs through Christmas week, includes basketball, swimming and wrest-ling. Practices will begin Dec. 3. This registration will be a combined...

 

Huskies' Bailee Hartsook signs letter of intent to Western Oregon

Though her senior volleyball season has been, at the very least, delayed by the coronavirus pandemic and has been full of questions, Sweet Home senior Bailey Hartsook got one answer last week when...

 

Young Huskies drop 2 friendlies

Sweet Home's boys soccer team hosted Western Christian and Blanchet Catholic last week in friendly style soccer matches at Husky Field. The Huskies lost 6-0 Tuesday, Nov. 10, to Western Christian,...

 

Fall sports 'mini-season' under way, with contests this week

After 10 days' hiatus, Sweet Home High School athletes were back on the fields and in the gym last week, as the fall sports "mini season" got under way. The unscheduled break came after a COVID scare...

 

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