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,4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS RHHS wrestler com- pete:l for Beloit Zane Colsc,+:, who attends Rock Hills High ' : ol, but wrestles with the Beloit High School wrestling team in a cooperati e program, earned a fourth place fin h and 15 team points for Beloit at th, t. R. Durham Invita- tional at Norton Saturday. RHHS ly Grizzlies ! still seeking first win The Rock tlills Lady Grizzlies are still in search, fl~at elusive first win of the season. / .... ~ to Chase, Friday, for a contest with the Lady Kats resulted in a 51-23 loss. The Red Cloud Warriors paid a visit to Mankato, Monday. The Warriors, who play with six team mem- bers on the taster, handed the Lady Grizzlies a 56-9 loss. Emilee Whetchel scored four points against Red Cloud Jaclyn Yelken nailed a three-point shot. Sydny Ryba netted two points. Sara Tadefa, Bergen Mauerhan, Allison Havens, Katie : Reinert and Samantha Fogo also regis- tered playing time. The Lady GriTzlies travel to Lin- coln, Friday, for iheir opening round :game in the Northern Plains League + Tournament against a yet to be deter- mined opponent. The quarter-final round is played Monday with the semi- final round Tuesday. The outcome of < {he opeqing round game will deter- . mine Rock Hills progress through the quarterand semifinal rounds. ES Grizzlies back on winning track " - The Rock Hills High School Griz- zlies boys basketball ~,~'~m is unde- feated in 2017. Rock t s took to the road, Friday, for a c(~, '~t with the Chase Kats. After a shaky first quarter, the Grizzlies roared back for a 57-33 win. The hapless Red Clo~ ~1 Warriors crossed the state line, M~,aday, and were rewarded with a lopsided 67-8 loss for their effort. The two wins left the Grizzlies with a 4-2 season record. ,The Grizzlies rook s,,me time to find their bearings a~i ~ the Kats. .Chase took a 17-12 leau tto the sec- ond quarter. The Grizzlies shooting :caught fire and the team pored 21 points through the net while holding the Kats to three points to enjoy a 33-20 lead at the half Chase was never able to make a.credible run at the Grizzlies who continued to buihl their lead. Rock Hills sat on a 45-2t. d after three and teed the game wi' 12-4 run in the lourth.tor a 57-33 :a. Red Cloud was outgunned and out classed from the ope,:ing tip off. The Grizzlies sat on a 31-2 lead at the half. They added 26 points in the third quar- ter while Red Cloud managed six points. A scoreless fourth quarter for Thursday, Janua~ 12,2017 Whelchel netted three points and a steal. Eilert credited two points and the Warriors summed up their ga~ four rebounds. Beam gathered up five with Rock Hills sauntering to a 67-8 rebounds dished up two assists. home court win. Matt Hesting, head coach of the Brady Jeffery led the Grizzly scar- Grizzlies was pleased with his team ers with 16 against Chase. He picked following the Red Cloud game. He off nine rebounds. Jake Spiegel nailed said "we tried to stay fundamentally 12 points and three rebounds. Dereck sound in a game that we were obvi- Gillett contributed 12 points and two ously in control of. I was glad that we rebounds. Austin Eilert picked up seven didn't get sloppy or try to do things that points and five rebounds. Tycen Higer were out of our character." scored six points and adopted five re- The Grizzlies have their eyes set on bounds. Drew beam tallied four points the Northern Plains League Tourna- and three rebounds. Rylee Whelchel ment championship when they open snagged a rebound. Luke Broeckelman play at Lincoln, Friday. Quarter-final distributed six assists, round games are scheduled for Mon- Gillett poured in 17 points against day. The semifinal round is set for Red Cloud while hanging on to eight Tuesday rebounds. "Higer mustered 17 points and grabbed four rebounds. Jeffery hit for 15 points and climbed the boards Ionia for 12 rebounds. Spiegel was respon- sible for seven points and two rebounds. Associate Pastor Rod Rose brought Broeckeiman tossed through six points the Sunday morning message at Ionia and yanked down three rebounds. United Methodist Church. The mes- i'/i~iiii,i!!!iii! i~ Drew Beam (right) was selected to represent Rock Hills in this year's 8-man Division II all-star game. Luke Broeckelman (left) was selected as an alternate. Rock Hills foot all named to all-star team Drew Beam was selected to repre- sent Rock Hills in the 8-man Division II all-star game. Luke Broeckehnan was selected as an alternate. The game will be played in Beloit on June 10 Drew Beam was selected Saturday afternoon to represent Rock Hills High School in this summer's all-star game as a member of the the ea~;t squad. Luke Broeckehnan was also selected as an alternate According to their coach, Brock McMillan: "These two student-athletes are both well deserving and played crtt ial roles Before Jesus?" Scriptureread was Mat- thew 3:1-17. Brad Kohn was the usher and lit the altar candles. Communion was observed. It was announced that the annual community pancake dinner will be held in the church annex next Sunday at 12:30 p.m. The men will be in charge of the kitchen for the pancake dinner. Following the service Rod Rose left to bring the message at the Har- mony United Methodist Church, Mankato, and many remained at the Ionia Church to take down Christmas decorations and set up for the funeral that was held Monday. Long time Ionia resident Wanetta Wright died Thursday morning at the Wright home. Her funeral was held Monday at the Ionia United Methodist Church. Associate Pastor Rod Rose conducted the service and Linda Kohn was the organist. Burial was at the Ionia Cemetery. Coke and Wanetta Wright were always active members of the Ionia Community. For several sage was titled "Why Did John Come years they operated the Wright Gro- cery Store in Ionia and in later years Wanetta was a care giver for several : people in the Ion(a and Jewell commu- ........ : ......... nities. Their two daughters, Annete :: i: : and Pam, grew up here. The women of the Ionia United Methodist Church ; served the funeral lunch with help from community ladies in furnishing some of the desserts. Many from the Ionia Community attended the funeral service for Wanetta Wright, Monday afternoon at the Ionia United Methodist Church. Monday night, Leon and Karen Baden attended the Compassionate Friends January meeting held in Saline. Last Monday and Tuesday, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli visited Mark, Kim and Ainsley Viets, Girard. They held a post-Christmas gift exchange. The Schlaeflis went on to Topeka and stayed Tuesday night through Thursday morn- ing at the home of Ran and Marie Terry. Saturday, Leon and Karen Baden attended the wedding ofShayna Winkel and James Deverman that was held in Beloit. Steve Harris, of the Kansas City area, stayed the weekend with Roger and Arrilla Fedde and did some hunt- ing. Sunday, Garrett Whoolery joined Harris and did some hunting and later they were supper guests of the Feddes. the offensive side of the ball, Beam switched to the tight end position atthe beginning of his senior season to better help his team. In that spot, he totaled 393 yards receiving and seven touch- down catches. "Luke Broeckehnan took over at the quarterback position at the begin- nmg of the 2016 season and played exceptionally well. Inthe passing game, he completed 40 of 70 passes for 844 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also rushed 46 times for 302 yards and eight touchdowns. Both of these individuals Ranch management seminar announced Manhattan, Ken. - With lower ex- pected revenues from the sale of calves in 2017 compared to 2014-15 prices, many producers are looking for ways to improve their operation's profit po- tential. With that in mind, the 2017 Kansas State University Winter Ranch Management seminar will include com- ments from extension educators on profit-enhancing strategies. The seminar series will also feature a popular town-hall style question-and- MWAY CREDIT U N I 0~~ MANKATO Rock Hills School Weekly Sports Preview Monday, Jan. 16 - Saturday, Jan. 21 Jan. 16 High School Basketball NPL Tournament, TBA Jan. 17 igh .~: t, ool Basketball NP!. 7u:,,nament, TBA Jan. 19 Junior High Basketball vs. Southern Cloud at Glasco Jan. 20 Hi,~!!~ .Vhool Basketball "\NP~ ournament, TBA We will be closed Monday, Jan. 16 in observe : of the Martin Luth ,Ong, Jr. Day Money Or( Official Checks. Credit Life Insure Credit Disability Insur- ance. Phot, ,,pies. Fax Service. Check Cashing. A'i in Beloit. Savings Bonds Redemptio iight Depository. Direct Deposits a Deductions. Payroll De- posits and ductions. Notary Service. Share Cen: ates. Loans. Credit Coun- seling. Dri~ rhru in Beloit, Voice Re- sponse. Into, :.1 Member Access. ATM/ Debit Card. )uicken Download and E- Statements in a successful 7-2 sere,on in 2016. were perfect examples of what hard .... Beam was selected to phi); deferisive .... Work call do ~wei:j.be cour,~e 6f a higl] back in the game next June. Defen- school career1 ,When I came to Rock sively, Beam led the Grizzlies witli 89 Hills, these two were incoming fresh- total tackles, seven of them being for man. As their teacher and coach, I am the st llool record m loss. He broke ,", " " proudofwhattheyhaveaccomplished. kick return average with 27.50 yards They came an extremely long way in per return, totaling three return touch- theirfbur years here and will be missed downs in the special teams game. On greatly.'" 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If.].,16 I JEWELL CC INTY RURAL HEALTH CLINIC 102 South ::r, Mankato n. 66956 ii= 85-378,35,1'I-- P HOURS: Monday, Fuesday, Wednesday,p.m. Thursdayli~,!ll'~!!;~ i ' !~i;i;'i.;! 8 - Noon, ! - 5 - 8 a.m. - Noon , JEWELL COUNTY HOSPITAL 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3137 Monday night the Lady Grizzlies faced a rounded Red Cloud Lady Warriors team on the Grizzlies home court for their first game of the new year. Eight Lady Grizzlies saw action during the game with few opportunities to shoot and only three girls scoring points for the entire game, total of eight. Whelchel scored two points in the first quarter on one attempt. Ryba scored two points in the second quarter of action. Whechel scored an addition two points in the tourth quarter and Yelken hit a trey. Above Allison Havens (13), and Sam Fogo (22), defend against one of Red Cloud's top scorers, Mary Nibbe who is a sophomore. on beef cattle issues including animal health, nutrition, management, genet- ics and reproduction. "Over the past few months we've received quite a few questions from producers looking for profit tips and tools," Weaber said. "The Winter Ranch Management series provides another great opportunity for state and local specialists to take our expertise out in the country for a series of impactful face-to-face meetings." Some of the hot topics Weaber pre- dicts are: winter feeding and cow man- agement; bull buying and selection strategies; preparation for calving and breeding season; and vaccination and animal health issues such as the new Veterinary Feed Directive. "Early in the year is always a great time for producers, when the weather is bad and after they get chores done, to sit back, think and plan for the coming year, the calves that will be born in the spring and how they might manage those," he said. "Certainly it is a good time of year to think about opportuni- ties to reduce costs and enhance rev- enue streams." Saline is the closest location. The meeting is scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 14, 11 a.m.-3:15 p.m. at the Saline K- State Polytechnic Conference Center, 2310 Centennial Drive. Saline, Ken. Reserve your place by Feb. 7,2017 by contacting Nell Cates - 785-738- 3597or ncates@ksu.edu Participants are asked to RSVP by the close of business one week prior to the event. Registration fees, which cover a meal, vary by location. More information about the K-State Winter Ranch Management Seminar Series is available at KSUBeef.org . K-State Research and Extension is will be CLOSED in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day The commissioners will meet Tuesday, Jan. 17 Discount The Red CIoudboys faced an explosive Rock Hills Grizzlies team Monday night. The Grizzlies had eight players seeaction with Drew Beam the only Grizzly not to score. But Beam, who was a co-team captain for the evening, contributed five rebounds, two assists and 2 steals for the Grizzlies. Beam was an important part in holding the Warriors to a mere eight points total for the game. Six of the eight points for Red Cloud came late in the third quarter when Vance hit two treys from well behind the three point line. Defensively the Grizzlies caused several turnovers and pretty much stole the ball at will. a short name for the Kansas State Uni- by county, state, federal and private versity Agricultural Experiment Sta- funds, the program has county Exten- tion and Cooperative Extension Ser- sion offices, experiment fields, area vice, a program designed to generate Extension officesandregionairesearch and distribute useful knowledge for centers statewide. Its headquarters is the well-being of Kansans. Supported on the K-State campus, Manhattan. IN OBSERVANCE OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY we will be closed 2.17 | F TATE cxc.anc Ban N 107 S. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3222 I lro NEW HOURS Monday. Friday, 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Any other time call to veri~/ an appointment Blue Cross Blue Shield and Medicare Provider John Tyler D.C. * Mankato, Kan. 785-648-0080 * 785-378-8047 MITCHELL COUNTY HOSPITAL HEALTH :YC~TEMS - DO YOU NEED HEALTH INSURANCE? TIME IS RUNNING OUT! 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