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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 28, 2010 Storm freshman scores 41 in win over Lawrence-Nelson The Lawrence-Nelson varsity boys basketball team lost to Bruning-Dav- enport 63-52 Friday, dropping them to 9-3 for the season. Leading the Raiders in scoring was Garret Svoboda with 17 points, fol- lowed by Derek Harrington 12, Andy Peterson nine, Addison McCartney eight and Jason Pohlmeier six. The Raiders were 15 of 25 from two-point range, five of 27 from three- point range and seven of nine from the free-throw line. The Storm was 11 of 19 from two-point range, seven of 13 from three-point range and 20 of 24 from the free-throw line. The Storm outrebounded the Raiders 27-20. "They got off to a hot start making five out of five three-pointers in the first period, a combination of out- standing shooting and poor defense on our part. Ryan Tegtmeier of the Storm. just a freshman, showed his enormous potential by scoring 41 points to lead Bruning-Davenport. After 15 points in the first quarter, we put Jason Pohlmeier and Michael Schroer on him and held him without a field goal in the second quarter, but were forced to put him at the line in the fourth, when he hit 12 of 14." said Raider head coach Tom Jensen. "Without question it was our poorest effort of the season. We rarely got into our offense, we were outrebounded and. for the, mo~t part, played flat-footed on defense. Hope- fully, we'll learn from this. We still have the most important part of the season Jn front of us and no time to relax.'" The Raiders are at Silver Lake to- morrow (Friday) and are scheduled to begin the Twin Valle~ Conference (TVC) tournament Matinday. Supe rior's Ross Porter attempts to cradle his opponent. Mitch Walkup from Cross Country, at the Thayer Central invitational. Porter placed fourth at 160 pounds. "Superior Pharmacy" 348 N. Central Ave.Superior, I~leb., 68978 Health Ma rt 402-879-4234 DHAR MACY Red Raider wrestlers compete at Thayer Central invitational The South Central Red Raiders competed Friday at the Thayer Central invitational wrestling meet. The Red Raiders' Austin Hey was 112 pound champion, Second place Red Raider finishers were Jamison Nejezchleb at 130 pounds and Derick Wagner at 152 pounds. Trover DeVries at 103 placed third at 103 pounds and Taylor Hancock earned fourth place at 140 pounds. This was the first time Nejezchleb did not finish as tournament champion all season. It was a tough battle for all three periods with Nejezchleb falling to Lee in the final seconds, earning a second place medal. Although the loss was tough,Nejezchleb said it has given him a new sense of direction as he prepares for the upcoming Southern Nebraska Conference and district tour- naments. Superior 7th graders lose hard-fought Red Raider Jamison Nejezchleb battles Thayer Centrars Ryan Lee in the game to Falrbury championship match at 130 pounds at the Thayer Central invitational Friday. The Superior seventh grade boys basketball team dropped a hard-fought Lady Raiders score big win home game to Fairbury Saturday, 24- 19. The Wildcats led the game by two n n go, ng,nto the fourth qttarter, but the over "v avenL.or Jells' press spelled the difference. Su- perior will play two junior high games The Lawrence-Nelson girls varsity from three-point range and 15 of 20 at Sutton today (Thursday). basketball team beat Bruning-Daven- from the free-throw line. They Caleb Isom hit double digits with port Friday, 54-25. The Lady Raiders outreboundedBruning-Davenport 26- 17 points and Taz Manchester scored are 9-3 overall this season and 3-1 in 20 and committed 21 turnovers, cam- the other Superior points on a two- their conference, pared to 27 for Bruning-Davenport. pointer. Isom was also the leading KelseyBiltoftledLawrence-Nelson Brittany Miller was her team's as, rebounder. BrettBoylesledtheteamin with 15 points, followed by Kristin sist leader with seven and also pulled steals with four. Chandler Zoltenko Drudik nine. Chelsie Stemper rune. down six rebounds, second only to and Manchester were credited with Natasha Wehrman eight. Brittany Kelsey Biltoft with seven, improved floor play. The Ca~s trailed Miller five. Christi Ostdiek four. The Lawrence-Nelson girls are at by five atthe half but agood defensive Kassandra Fanning two and Lisa SilverLaketomorrow(Friday)andare thirdqaartermadeforanexcitingfin- Pohlmeier two. scheduled to begin the Twin Valley ish. Bryce Jurgensmier led in assists. The Lady Raiders were 15 of 32 Conference tTVCI tournament Satur- The seventh graders' season record from two-point range, three of eight day. is 1-1. Lady Cats win 1, lose 1 last week TheSuperiorHighSchoolgirlsvar- the end of the third period, when the Allison Kintigh two. , sity basketball team won one and lost score was knotted at 35. Thayer Cen- Doniphan-Trumbullwasledin scor- one last week. leaving their season tral outscored the Lady Cats 19-13 in ing by Taylor Hadenfeldt with 10 record at 10-3. the final period, points. On Thursday, the Lady Cats lost to The Superior girls were 10 of 29 The Lady Cats host Cross County ThayerCentra154-48inamakeupgame from two-point range, five of eight today (Thursday). postponed from earlier this month be- from three-point range and 13 of 20 Junior varsity cause of bad weather, from the free-throw line. The JV Lady Cats beatThayerCen- Stacia Gebers led her team in scar- Thayer Central was led in scoring tra137-33; Leading the team in scoring ing with a game-high 20 points, fob by Lindsay Welch with 14 points, was Heidi Wilt with 14 points, fol- lowed by Sarah Wood l 1. Haley Gebers Sheila Heitmann contributed 12 points, lowed by Jett Mickelsen seven. Kayla six. Kayla Klatt three. Sam Price three. On Saturday, the Lady Cats were Klatt six. S usie Headrick six and Taryn Allison Kintigh two. Montana Hayes big, winners. 71-35. over Doniphan- Betka four. two and Jett Mickelsen one. Stacia Trumbull. The Superior girls beat Doniphan- Gebers registered another double- StaciaGebers led her team with 26 Trumbull 54-41 in the junior varsity double, pulling down 12 rebounds on points, followed by Sarah Wood 12. game. Heidi Wilt led in scoring with Lady Cat Stacia Gebers shoots over Doniphan-Trumbull's Kirsten Sullivan the mght. Heidi Wilt 12. Sam Price five. Kayla 24 points, fi~llowed by Jett Mickelsen ~" a Open 8:30 a m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturd y in the Cat's 71-35 trouncing of the Lady Cardinals Saturday. Superior trailed by three at the in- Klatt four. Haley Gebers four. Holly 13. Kayla Klatt I 1. Taryn Betka four . termlssion, but fought back to even by Bower four. Jett Mickelsen two and and Holly Bower two. -~. Open Thm:s~y evening to 7:30 p.m. Com~n~}.h~[S_Spfi~@.. Wildcats level for season at 6-6 Providing Pharmaceutical Care to our Communitff ~ Reliable, SUPERIOR [1HLealservice The Superior High School varsity good team," said head coach Bob Cook. 'It was a tremendous effort by the Lane Hawley, Pharm. D. and Stacy Souerdyke, Pharm. D. J boys basketball team dropped to 6-6 "We are committing too. many turn- guys to come back after being down at Re at for the season Saturday with a 55-46 overs at crucial times in the game." halftime," Whitmore said. "They shot EXTERMINATING loss to Doniphan-Trumbull. The Cats lost to Thayer Central laStgame free-throws really well. I was very C~o----nlpl~~ " as0nable prices The Wildcats led by one point at the Thursday in a postponed from proud of their effort." halfway mark. but were outscored by earlier this month because of bad The Cats were led by Marco Elba ily ~ .~;~,~,-5 ,!' 10in the secnd half" Leading the Cats weather. The final score was 62-52. and Mike Sheets with t0 points each, for theEntire Fam Jeff Hutchinson ' ..... ~';' , in scoring was Alex Thayer with 13 Superior hosts Cross County today followed by Trent Rothchild seven. points, followed by BrockChristensen (Thursday). WesClyde six. Derek Isom five.Ethan 402-879-1092 * 402-879-4677 10. Zach Dressman nine. Rhys Will- Junior varsity Ross two. Josh Heilman two and Ty Care with you in mind iams seven. Derek [som four and The JV Wildcats won a rap-and- Betkatwo. Most insurance accepted Duncan Poppe three, tuckgameagainstDoniphan-Trumbull. The JV Cats lost the makeup game Doniphan-Trumbull was paced by 44-40. 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