Newspaper Archive of
The Superior Express
Superior, Nebraska
Lyft
January 13, 1983     The Superior Express
PAGE 5     (5 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 5     (5 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
January 13, 1983
 

Newspaper Archive of The Superior Express produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




) ) / i By Tom Jensen The Superior girls basketball split a pair of games in last week. On Tuesday the Lady Wild- traveled to Franklin and home with a 60-35 win. L Thursday Hastings St. ~;ecilia came to Superior and ~anaged a slim two-point win ~ver the Lady Wildcats. Sueprior jumped out to a 15-10 prat quarter lead over Franklin and then put the game out of reach in the second period, taking a 30-15 advantage at intermission. Superior continued to widen that margin throughout the second half~ not letting Franklin back in the contest. Monica Shambaugh led Superior scoring with 15 points. Dianne Shuck scored 14 points while Stacey Way also finished in double figures with 12. Others scoring were Kristi Eitzmann with seven, Lone Ahrens with six, Mary Pat Mallam with four and Audra Willett with two. Leslie Dyer led Franklin with eight points. Against St. Cecilia, Superior fell behind early and spent the rest of the game playing catch- up. St. Cecilia took a 15-10 first period lead and then took ad- ms open season Superior Little League for fifth and sixth grade got underway Saturday four out of the five teams action in games played Ihe City Auditorium. the first game of the young team two coached by Harpham defeated team by Gary Kile, 20-12 te three coached by Al victorious over team coached by Sam Baird, 21- Games are played each throughout January February and the first two of March. The first game starting at I p.m. and the second at 2 p.m. Members of the teams are: one, Jon Kile, Andy ,eL Bob Core, Jerry Loop, J. Sorensen, Jason Adams, Chris Stocker and Stuart etjen; team two, Tony Joe Ordich, Rick Clark Swihart, Mike Kevin Tyler, Brad Toby Mohler, and Eric team three, Mark Todd Gaston, Joel Ahrens, Bonnie Lipker, Joby Hanson, Shelly Barry, Scott Barry, and Rick Pursell; team four, Scott Baird, Kevin Blair, Troy Covey, Chris Peterson, Barrel Tyler, Matt Kirchhoff, Matt Christiancy, Todd Allen and Freddie Butler; team five coached by Francis Placke, Jeff Placke, Brett Weis, Brian Sullivan, Matt Ehlers, Jeromy Henk, Brian Everhart, Mike Tipton, Ryan Covey and Brent Norris. The schedule for the league following last Saturday's game is: Jan. 15, team two vs. team three and team four vs. team five; Jan. 22, team three vs. team five and team four vs. team one; Jan. 29, team two vs. team four and team five vs. team one; Feb. 5, team one vs. team three and team two vs. team five; Feb. 12, team three vs. team four and team one vs. team two; Feb. 19, team four vs. team five and team two vs. team three; Feb. 26, team four vs. team one and team three vs. team five; March 5, team five vs. team one and team two vs. team four; and March 12, team two vs. team 5 and team one vs. team three. The Purple and Blue teams won in the third and fourth grade boys' little league basketball program at the Junior High Saturday. The Purple won over the red, 10-9, and the Blue defeated the Green, 20-10. Purple 6 2 2 0-10 Red 4050--9 Purple--John Thompson, 0; Geoff Johnson, 2; Seth Hen- derson, 2; Don Cox, 0; Andrew Miller, 6; Chad Powell, 0; Todd Mohler, 0. Red---Scott Sullivan, 0; Tony Rowley, 2; Chad Wilson, 2; Jeff Uhrmacher, 0; Sbawn Robin- son, 0; Todd Smidt, 0; Matt Watson, 0; Andrew Menke, 5. Green 4 2 0 4-10 Blue 8 4 8 0-20 Green--Jay Priefert, 0; Shawn Barry, 0; Jeff Christiancy, 0; David Diehl, 0; Darren Jensen, 0; Jon Simonsen, 10. Blue--Lance Nelson, 0; Brian Miller, 8; Jay Russell, 2; Ed The Superior Wildcats will take on Minneapolis in the first round of the Crossroads Classic basketball tournament to be held in BelleviUe beginning Wednesday night: In the schedule released this week, Herrington will play the Beloit at 8:15. host school at 6:30 followed by Should Superior win their first round game, they will play the Superior-Minneapolis game at8:lS. Thursday night Sabetba again at 8:15 on Friday night will go against Hebron at 6:30 with .the finals scheduled for and then Lincoln will take on Saturday at the same time. The life of a coach is never one of leisure, at least not during meets. Wildcat wres- tling coach Jack Murray energetically urges his charges on during Aurol'a meet. --Photo by Norma Murray P 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursdays Open 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. And 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Open During Noon Hours Or. Judy Butler 254 West Fourth Superior, Nebraska Phone 402-879-4856 vantage of cold shooting by Superior to grab a 27-15 lead at the hall. Superior battled back in the third quarter to close the gap to 34-27 and nearly won it with a fourth quarter rally. Kristi Eitzmann and Stacey Way led Superior, each with 10 points. Dianne-Shuck scored nine while Monica Shambaugh added six, Diane Wyatt four, and Lone Ahrens two. Guide Rock boys basketball The Guide Rock Warriors found the going tough at Bruning Friday night as they fell before the Bears 69-48. Bruning took control of the game early, taking an 18-13 lead at the end of the first period but things got worse for the Warriors in the second period as the Bears outscored them 18-6 to lead at the hall 39-19. From there on it was all Bruning, a fourth quarter rally by the Warriors fell far short of the points needed to win. Loading the Warriors was Wayne Pritts with 20 points and II rebounds, Gene Kile with 14 points and five rebounds along with Brian Kindscher with 6 points and seven rebounds. Bruning outrebounded the Warriors 49-38 in the contest. Bruning was paced by two in double figures, Kevin Wolftetch had 21 and Verryl Meyer had 13. Hurtig, 4; Travis Johnson, 0; Troy Newman, 2; Jeremy Nyland, 4; Ryan Henriksen, 0. Standings W L Purple 1 0 Blue 1 0 Red 0 1 Davenport girls defeat Fairmont In a slow paced low scoring game played at Davenport Friday night the Lady Tigers defeated the Fairmont five by Green 0 1 three points, 26-25 behind the The games Saturday at the double digit shooting of Regina junior high building will be: Holtzen and Diane Dahl. Red vs. Green, I o'clock, and Neither team could get past Purple vs Blue, 2 o'clock, the others defenses in the first Hildreth's Curtis Bauer vainly goes after the ball shot by Panther Jerry Hoelting (20). Lance Jelden (43) of Hildreth looks on. The Panthers had little trouble defeating Hildreth, the final score being Lawrence 79, Hildreth 59, --ExpreSs Photo I I II I I LIVESTOCK COMMISSION INC. Alma, Nebraska 15 2:00 p.m. 1,000 Head Expected 4 Complete Herd Dispersions 350 fancy Limousin x bred, black whiteface charolais and black cows 3-7 yrs. old, bred to purebred and 7/8 Limousin and Simmental bulls, calf 60 day period, outs- tanding set of cows, bred exoctic complete dispersion of Carlton Noyes and Assoc., for more information call Carlton Noyes, 308-473-3827 or 308-995-5771. 100 fancy black whiteface 2nd calf heifers, bred to purebred Simmental bulls, bulls sell also, complete dis- person of Don Christensen. For more information call Don Christensen - home 308-567-2429, office 308- 995-6160. 120 fancy CharolaJs and Simmental x bred black whiteface 1st calf heifers, bred black Pending. 30 black black/whiteface 2nd calf heifers, bred Charolais and Angus complete herd dispersion Roy Watts. 29 black Angus cows, bred Limousi'n 6-8 yrs. old, John Ivey. 26 big fancy black whiteface 1st calf heifers, bred to Hereford bulls, home raised, Ron Johnson. 25 black black/whiteface cows 3-6 yrs. old, bred black some with calves at side, balance heavy springers, bulls sell also, Lee Hunt. 6 big fancy Angus heifers, 1,000 Ibs., bred registered black bulls, Laverne Snyder. 50 1st calf black whiteface heifers, bred black Pending. 300 head in later and unreported consignments. Note - all cows and heifers will be blood tested, mouthed and pregnancy checked before sale time. All calving dates will be announced the day of sale. For more information call Larry Freeland, Alma Livestock Commission Co., Alma, Nob., 308-928-2139. Thursday. January 13. 1983 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A quarter as only five points were ...................................................................... scored, two by Davenport and three by Fairmont. The second quarter pace picked up a little but not by much with Fairmont leading at the hall by one, 7-6. In the final two periods both teams started to put a few points on the board with Davenport dumping in 23 and Fairmont 18. Holtzen was the leading scorer for Davenport with 11 with DaM adding 10 more. Rounding out the scoring was Bev Paul with 4 and Tracy Lipker with 3. Bristol was the high scorer for Fairmont with 11- points. Nelson girls continue streak The Nelson girls basketball team ran their record to a 6-0 overall and a 2-0 for the con- ference Friday night, defeating Blue Hill at Nelson easily 50-19. The taller Nelson girls completely dominated the Lady Bobcats, allowing only two points in both the first two quarters while the Lady Tigers dumped in 19 the first period and 20 the second. Even though the Nelson reserves played the entire second hall and only managed 11 points, the Lady Bobcats with 29 points still could not make up the tremendous lead Nelson had built up earlier in the game. Sondra Peterson was high scorer for the night with 12 points as nine of the squad members tallied for at least two points in the contest. Rounding out the scoring was Eva Meyer with 9, Melinda Cox 8, Paula Schutte 5, Patty Ferguson, Laurie Himmelberg and Jackie Drohman each with 4 and Shelly Follmer and Lyn Olson 2 apiece. Jill Jesske paced the Lady Bobcats with 8 points. The Lady Tigers will host Harvard tonight (Thursday) and then play Friday night~ at Kenesaw. Coach Tom Murray says that if the girls win both games, Nelson will be top seeded for the Twin Valley Conference tournament. Guide Rock girls win two Led by Beth Kirchner's 26 rebounds and 16 points, the Guide Rock Lady Warriors swept by Bruning 39-34 Friday night and then held off a spunky Davenport squad to post a 26-22 victory Saturday night giving them a 2-0 post holiday record overall. Against Bruning the Lady Warriors jumped out to a 14-11 first quarter lead, mainly on the six point spluge t# Renee Sholtz. The second stanza continued to belong to Guide Rock as they took a 27-21 lead into the locker room at the hall but Brunlng came roaring back in the third period to close the sterna only two points behind, 31-29. The Lady Warriors refused to be intimidated and went on to outscore the Lady bears in the final period 8.5 to take the win. Leading the attack for Guide Lawrence's Val Thurin (32), goes up with what appears an almost effortless lay-up against Hildreth Friday night. The Pantherettes had to come from behind to win the cor]-~ test by two, 32-30. .-Express Photo Rock was Sholtz with 10 points, Judy Langer with 8 points and 14 rebounds, Brenda Mon- tgomery also with 8 points, Becky Rapp with 7 points and Beth Kirchner with 6 points and 11 rebounds. Michell Hulse was the leading point getting for Bruning. Davenport made life tough for the Lady Warriors but were never quite able to overcome the Guide Rock quintet because of the effectiveness of the full court press. The teams played fairly evenly throughout the game, Guide Rock holding a two point advantage at the end of the first period and a three point edge in both the second and third periods, leading the Lady Warriors was Kirchner with 10 points and 15 rebounds and Langer with 9 points and 10 rebounds, Sholtz dumped in 7 points, Rapp and Montgomery each contributed 2. Davenport was paced with Bey Paul with 8 and Regina Holtzen with 7. Amy Oellerich contributed 3 and Tracy Lipker and Diane Dahl each had 2. Friday night Bladen will journey to Guide Rock and Davenport will be at Shickley. There are about 100 million kangaroos and related species in Australia. Flood Control hearing Tuesday A public hearing concerning the Deshler Flood Control and Recreation Project proposed by the Little Blue Natural Resources District, will be held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday in the American l,egion Hall, Deshler~ "The purpose of the hearing," according to Dav(~ Mazour, Little Blue NRD Manager, "is to take public comments on a proposed dana and reservoir t, be located adjacent to the west edge of Deshler on Snake Creek." He further stated that public opinion has a large bearing on project funding. To finance the proposed project a state grant from the Nebraska Resources Development Fund is being sought which wo~fid provide funds for 75 percent of the cost with the remaining portion funded by Thayer County, City of Deshier and the Little Blue NRD, The project cost estimate at this point is approximately $1.2 million. The project is planned to provide flood control for Deshler, bridge and road protection for the city and county along with recreational facilities. m For every 3,000 bushels of grain delivered to the elevator receive 1 ton of Anhydrous Ammonia Fertilizer Limited Space Available On Reserve Space by Feb. 1, to Take Advantage of This Special Offer Storage Rate will be based upon an annual rate of 30 cents during the first period of the loan. The remainiag period will be equal to the government storage payment. Call or Stop our Office For Complete Oetails I Phone 402-224-3395 Edgar, Nebraska