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 HE.SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January !, 2015 ! ii iii:!i!! i!: i <,iiilb ii %ii Ch;ds'e Morris wraps up his opponent during a match at the Red Raider Invite held at Sandy Creek High School, Friday, Dec. 19. Morris took home a fourth place finish in the 132 pound weight bracket for the Superior Wildcats. The Superior High School Wildcat wrestling team members are ready for the season to begin. Team members are: (back row, from left) Darik Holt, SIoan Willett, Damion Holt, John Sullivan, Lane Morris (second row) Tage Rothchild, Logan Christiancy, Trent Tietjen, Jerome Dalton, Nathaniel Powers (front row) Jarrett Roesti, Usama Erickson, Chase Morris Not pictured is Keaton Meyer. The team is coached by Seth Going and Nate Baker. iiiiiiiii!iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii !ili iii!iiiiiiiiiEiiiiiiiii!iiiii!iiiii iiiiiiiili;i!iii ..................... /!i! !!i!!!!i!i:iii::i!:ii!ii Sloan Willett wrestled in the 182 pound weight class at the Red Raider Invite held at Sandy Creek High School, K e at o fi-lVy i; 'tfC-= a s e finish in the 1i3 pound weight bracket for the Superior Wiidcats at the Red Dec.19. Willett took top honors for the Superior Wildcat team in the bracket. Raider Invite held at Sdy Crbek High School, Dec:19. the mule deer buck harvest, which is game program manager. "It's nice to percent) and success in 10permit types 00a00Qur D.D.S. l Ta*ing Appointments t ' Friday and Saturday for Dr. Richard Mazour New patients welcome Crowns and Bridges Dentistry for the entire family Partials and Dentures Toothcolored fill rigs Root Canal Treatment Extract Ons Combining Cosmetics and Necessity Fast Braces 235 East 4th St. Superior, Ne 68978 i : (402) 879-3192 ACCEPTING VISA MASTERCARD DISCOVER CARE CREDIT +.:H:L S i |i,m,, ............... ,  , ............ ,.,, ,o,, u, t,e savi n,js on hay tools Get 0% for 60 months or big (:ash dis(:ount$" on quality John Deere pull-typehay tools. Disk mowers, mower-conditioners, square balers, and round balers are ready to roll during our Green Fever Sales Event. Catch It while you.can. Don't wait. Call Or come in today. 0 % for 60 or BIG CASH financing months' discount'  ....,g O OREGON TRAIL EQUIPMENT JOHN DEE:RE 1890 IDAHO SUPERIOR, NE 68978 402-879-3276 'Offer valid 11 il/201k, through 2/2/2015. Subject to approved credit on John Deere Financial installment plan 00% for 60 months or cash discount only available on John Deere poll-type hay tools. Some restrictions apply, so see your dealer rot complete details and other finandng options. Valid only at participating US Dealers AOB03BU2F62071- Deer harvest up slightly from 2013 The Nebraska deer harvest is up slightly from 2013. As of Dec 5, 44,379 deer have been taken in all seasons, compared to 42,562 by the same date last year. The biggest change from last year is up by 575 animals (nine percent). Whitetail antlerless harvest has in- creased by 944 (eight percent), and whitetail buck harvest is up 327 (one percent). The mule deer antlerless har- vest is down 14 (one percent). "The deer harvest is better than expected," said Kit Hams, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission's big Whether you view New Year's as a beginning or an end, we hope your celebration is noteworthy. We thank you for your business this past year and look forward to serving you and your family in the days ahead. Baker and Sons Disposal 273 Road 4300 Superior, Neb. 402-879-4469 have a, greaTyear! Wishing you good fortune, happiness and more in the year 2015. Timothy S. Schmidt, Attorney 213 E. 3rd St. Superior, Neb. 402-879-4733 see an increase in mule deer buck har- vest, too." The hunter success rate is 37 per- cent, compared to 35 percent last year. Success on Keya Paha Unit firearm permits dropped from 62 percent in 2013 to 53 percent this year. That area was hit hard by snow during the fire- arm season, which likely reduced suc- cess. Permits with significant reduc- tion in whitetail harvest are the Buf- falo, Platte, Republican and Sandhills units, where antlerless whitetail bonus tags were removed in 2014. Harvest success in five permit types remained about the same (plus or minus one increased. Archery season opened Sept. 1 and continues through Dec. 31. Muzzleloader season ends Dec. 31, while the Late Antlerless season is Jan. 1-15, 2015. Hunters with statewide muzzle- loader permits are reminded that mule deer harvest is not allowed in the Buf- falo, Platte, Republican and French- man deer units. Antlerless mule deer harvest is not allowed in the Pine Ridge Unit. "An extravagance is anything you buy that is of no earthly use to your wife." Superior Construction 402"8790004100 SNOW REMOVAL  We Do It All 51.14 HAVE A BEARY GOOD YEAR i : :: . Thank you for letting us serve you in 2014. Wishing Winter Sports Teams a Great Season Black & Burlap Design Center 320 N. Commercial Superior, Neb. 402-879-8316 As another year goes ticking by  We know that you're the reason why "" We've so enjoyed 2014 And every minute of serving you! ,, ::: jiP Best wishes for a happy and prosperous new year! **,I Superior Commodities 212 N. Central Ave. "  Superior, Neb. " ' * 402-879-3425  ;;II!' SHS wrestlers back on ......... i+ the mats Saturday 7:i!i The Superior High School Wildcat wrestling team returns to action Satur- day when they travel to Geneva for the Fillmore Central Invite. The team is looking to continue its successful sea- son. Damion Holt is undefeated in the 152 pound weight bracket. Other team i::::::::;ii members have made strong showings -:: in previous events. The team is looking i! ili to improve upon their third place finish iiiii:: at the Red Raider Invite held at Sandy i Creek High School, Friday, Dec. 19. SHS Wildcats win tourney opener The Superior High School Wild- cats basketball team advanced to the championship round of the Franklin Holiday Tournament with their 45-35 win over the Lawrence-Nelson Raid- ers at Franklin, Monday. Caleb Isom paced the Wildcat at- tack with 17 points and dominated the boards with 11 rebounds. Ethan Rob- errs pumped in nine points and carried offnine reboimds. Brett Boyles put in seven points and grabbed two rebounds. Tyler Blackstone scored four points and nailed down five rebounds Garrett Caldweli was a four pointer and nailed four rebounds. Bryce Jurgensmier re- corded four points and a rebound. Eric Schiermeyer gathered up two rebounds. The Wildcats improved their record to 4-3 for the season. They met the Red Cloud Warriors in the title game Tues- day. Results were unavailable at p(ess time. Its a road trip Saturday for the Wildcats as they head to DeWitt to take on the TriCounty Trojans. The team plays host to the Silver Lake Mustangs at Superior Tuesday. The L-N Raiders will take on the McCool Junction Mustangs at Nelson Saturday. They travel to Daykin, Sat- urday, to play the Meridian Mustangs. They earn more road mileage when they head to Giltner, Tuesday, to tangle with the Hornets. 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