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> e i!A THE SUPERtOR EXPRESS Thursday January 6, 2011 , Andrew Brittenham wrestled for the Wildcats at 160 pounds at the holiday invitational hosted by Fillmore Central. Brittenham was 3-2 at the meet, with all three wins by pin. N1/2, SW1/4. PtSE1/4SE1/44-2-6. Gebers and Diane K. Gebers undi- Luke Renz wrestled in the 215-pound weight division at the Fillmore Central meet. Renz was 1-3 at the holiday Helen C. Gebers to David L. vided interests in Part of NE 1/4 of 21- invitational and finished sixth overall in his weight class. Gebers, Sherry A. Gebers NE 1/4 NW 2-7. Lady Raiders 7-0 ment game. Scoring for the Raiders Jensen. "We had 27 shots in the paint 1/4 9-2-6. Dwayne'L. Reiman Trustee for the Erika Knapstein, successor trustee Dwayne L. Reiman Revocable Trust 'th tWO 'S at were Natasha Wehrman nine, Kelsey and missed 19. You won't win many to Federal National Mortgage Asso- to Lisa M. Betty, Justin Betty E 1/2 NE Biltoftseven, KasandraFanningseven, games finishing like that." ciation, Lot 1 and Part Lot 2 in Block I/4 N 1/2 SE 1/4 16-3-8; SWI/4 10-3- holiday tourlley Kristin Drudik four, Marissa Kovanda The Raiders were only 28 percent 41, Original Town of Nelson. 8. The Lawrence-Nelson varsity girls four and Kelsey Himmelberg three, on nine of 32 shooting from two-point Robert L. Reutzel and Evelyn J. Dwayne L'. Reiman, Dwayne L. basketball team remained undefeated Rebound leaders were Kovanda 10, range, compared to 16 of 37 (43 per- Reutzel to Michael W. Buescher. (7-0) with two wins at the Kenesaw Wehrman nine and Fanning six. cent) for Harvard. The Cardinals were trustee, and Frances V. Buescher. Reiman Revocable Trust to Terry L. also slightly better from the free-throw holiday tournament on Dec. 28-29. Rldel 3-4 after trustee for the Michael W. andFrances Reiman.EmilyReimanE1/2NEl/4N The LMy Raiders ran roughshod line. over Harvard. 36-17, in their tourna- holiday tourlley Intheirsecondgameofthetoumey, V. Buescher Revocable Trust. Ryan I/2 SE I/4 16-3-8: SW 1/4 10-3-8 Dwayne L. Reiman, Dwayne L. Thomas Winter, and Amy Elizabeth Reiman Revocable Trust to Tina A. the Raiders trailed Wilcox-Hildreth by Winter, NE 1/4 of 9-2-7. Rowland, Tom Rowland. E 1/2 NEI/4 ment opener. Marissa Kovanda and TheLawrence-Nelsonboysvarsity two after one quarter, but then cruised Curtis Schiermever to David L. N 1/2 SE 1/4 16-3-8; SW 1/2 10-3-8. Kelsey Biltoft led their team with 12 basketball team is 3-4 for the season to a fairly easy 49-29 win. Gebers, Sherry A. (3ebers, Ste-,en K. points each. followed by KristinDrudik after a win and a loss in holiday tourna- In the second half of this game, we six. Kelsey Himmelberg two, Kenzee ment action last week. playedtoourpotentialforthefirsttime Kucera two, Kasandra Fanning one Addison McCartney led the Raid- thisseason."Jensensaid.JaredReiman and Natasha Wehrman one. ers with 17 points in their 50-42 loss to had a huge game and needs to build on Biltoftwassixofl0fromtwo-point Harvard in the opener, followed by this performance the rest of the sea- range:Kovandawasfourofsevenfrom JasonPohlmeierl2.JacobHimmelberg son." two-point range and one of two from five, Jared Reiman five, Michael Reiman led his team with 20 points downtown• Rebound leaders were Schroer two and Emet Fanning one. and 10 rebounds for his first double- Biltoftnine.WehrmansixandKovanda "We played extremely poorly on double of the season. Addison five. defense this game. It was very, very McCartney added 12 points, followed The Lawrence-Nelson girls beat disappointing," said head coach Tom Kenesaw 34-26 in their other tourna- by Michael Schroer eight, Jason Pohlmeier five. Jacob HimmePoerg Supemor" girls, win 1, lose 1 one.tW°'EmetFanning°neandRyanKile at GICC hohday tourney Courthouse News The Superior girls varsity:basket- thegame.Towardstheendofthegame Nuckolls County ball team lost a tough game to Grand weranoutofgasandthey wereableto IslandCentralCatholicandwonafairly comeaway with the win, but I believe County Traffic Court easy game against Fullerton at the the game could have gone either way. Addison C. McCartney, Nelson, GICC holiday tournament playedDec. We are extremely proud of the way the speeding, $25. 29-30. The Lady Cats are 6-3 for the girls played and we will learn from this County Civil Court season, game and move forward," said coach Credit Bureau Services, Inc. vs. SarahWood led the Lady Cats with Nick Mumm. "The following day we Tim R. Glass and Lindsay M: Glass, 26 points in the 55-47 loss to GICC, faced Fullerton. which helped us build Oak, judgment entered. • followed by Heidi Wilt 12, Hale)' our confidence. Our older girls pro- County Criminal Court Gebers seven and Montana Hayes two. vided us with leadership and effort that Lhrry D. Wills, Superior, Third Wood also led in rebounds with 14 and allowed the younger girls to get some degree domestic assault, $1,000 had three steals. Hayes brought down playing experience. We are overall Benjamin M. Poehiman, Lincoln, l 0 rebounds and had a steal, prou d of the girls and our 3rd place NED., Count 1. Refuse to submit to test , ,Wood led her team. with t;9 9ints finish it} 'the 'GiCC holiday 'toufaa- first'offense., $40(;G. ount2,2%.,head in the 65-21 win against Full6rt0n, ment." ' ............... or taillights,. $100;% _ .... followed by Hei'di- Wilt lJl  leEiley The JV girls have not had a game Kristina Reid, Hastings, assault by Geberseight, Montana Hayesfive.Kori over the holiday break, but Mumm mutual consent, $500. Tinkham five. Kayla Klatt four, saidheappreciatestheirextraeffortby Real EstateTransfers Lyndsay Brown three. Chelsea Renz coming to practice.and working hard. Reinke Family Farms, a parmer- three, Holly Bower two and Susie "We are looking forward to quite a ship, t.oLineRiderL.L.C. SW 1/4 12- Headrick two. few JV games coming up in the next 4-6. "The Grand Island Central Catho- couple of weeks," Mumm said. Helen C. Gebers to Tom Gebers, lic holiday tournament was a good The Superior girls play at home Kim GebersNE 1/4, Part NW l/4,Part experienceforourteam.Ourfirstgame tomorrow (Friday) againstThayerCen- SW 1/4, Part SE 1/4of23-3-7. was against GICC and we fought them tral and at Fillmore Central on Satur- Helen C. Gebers to Steven K. very hard and had a lead throughout day. Gebers. Diane K. Gebers E 1/2 NEI/4 January Sale Preserve your holiday memories! 25 % OFF Scrapbook Supplies Kodak Picture Maker Photos and Gifts 50% OFF Lady Raider Kasandra Fanning was left open for these two points during the Lawrence-Nelson girls' win against Kenesaw n the Kenesaw holiday tourney, The Lady Raiders also beat Harvard in the tournament to extend their season record to.7-O. Superior boys 3-5 after GICC holiday tournament The Superior boys varsity basket- ball team is 3-5 for the season after a wm and a loss at the Grand Island Central Catholic holiday tournament on Dec. 29-30. In their tournament opener, the boy s lost to host GICC 59-27. GICC re- mained unbeaten for the season with the win Individual statistics - Rhys Will- iams 3 points, 2 rebounds: Ty Betka 2 points; Trcvor Hoins 2 points, 1 re- bound. 2 steals; :lex:Th@er'l 3 points 6 rebounds,,1 assist, 4steals=Wes Clyde 4 points, 2 rebounds: Justin Petsch 2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist. 1 steal; Duncan Poppe 3 rebounds, 1 steal; Brandon Simonsen 2 rebounds. After trailing Fullerton 26-23 at the half in their second game of the tourna- ment, the Cats mounted a strong sec- ond half and bat the Warriors 51-50. individual statistics - Rhys Williams 8 points. 7 rebounds. 1 block. 1 assist: Duncan Poppe 4 points, 3 rebounds: Ty Betka 4 points, 1 assist, 1 steal; Alex Thayer 18 points. 6 rebounds. 2 assists, 7 steals; Wes Clyde 6 points, 1 rebound; Justin Petsch 6 points. 2 re- bounds. 1 block, 3 assists: Derek Isom 5 points, 2 rebounds; Trevor Hoins 1 rebound. "Alex Thayer hit a layup with seven seconds to go to give us the one point victory, as Fullerton missed a three- pointer at the'bzer.'" said head Coach J.J. Wagner. "We trailed by nine mid- way through the third quarter." The Superior boys play at home tomorrow (Friday) against Thayer Cen- tral and at Fillmore Central on Satur- day. Alex Thayer Shoots over the head of a GICC defender n holiday tourna- ment action last week. ]-hayer led his team with 13 points in the loss to the Crusaders. Select Photo Frames Montana Hayes tosses up a jumper for Super,or in the Lady Cats' loss to GICC in the holiday tournament. Hayes had two points, 10 rebounds and a An unemployed jester is nobody's All that glitters has a high refractive steal in the game. fool. index. Thursday, Jan. 6, Friday, Jan. 7 and Saturday, Jan, 8 ], Oea----I"ac dif Heatth Mart  rior Pharma . @danuary @' " ....   30-50°//° Offaerchandise throughout theshop 348 N. Central Ave., Superior, Neb. 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