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.r Jeff Autrey looks for two points while two Red Cloud defenders do their best to keep him from during the Wildcats game Saturday at Red Cloud. Andrew Mason (14) has his back to the earnera and Eddie Meekins (42) is at the right. The Wildcats played a good second half but were ---Jim Miller Photo Wttymied in the first 16 minutes. Young Farmers i volleyball tourney rs The Republican Valley Young Farmers-Ranchers Association e_ h early stages of the ame .r to 1 cd w th Andrew Miller's first a the slight charity advantage stripe. Red in Cloud rebounds, had ,ru ter shoulder iniurv contrib 32-29.Tumoverswereabigprob- atenu'tttcd t the Wildcats'66"-61 loss to lem for the Wildcats who finished Cloud Saturday evening at Cloud. The Warriors picked up 22 in the first quarter while uperior could garner only 11. were not through. Red )red the Wildcats 18- in the second quarter to take a -point lead at the intermission, Miller was able to come back the second half and it showed. began nibbling away ors lead and by the end third period had narrowed gap to 15, 55-40. Superior's 1 fourth quarter advantage short of winning gune. Miller led the Wildcats in scar- 22 points while Andrew had 10. Nolan Beavers dshed with nine points, Eddie and Jeff Autrey each had and Jay priefert four. Troy had 27 for the Warriors. Wildcats hit 19 of 56 field will host a benefit volleyball tour- nament Sunday, March 8. The fund with 18, 13 of them in the first half. Red Cloud had eight for the entire game. The Wildcats (4-7) will play their next two games at home. Friday they face Adams Central and Saturday Belleville comes to visit. Reserves The Wildcat reserves won their first game of the year 49-39 over Red Cloud Friday. Tom Wilhelms led the Wild- cats with 16 points. Kent Kirchhoff had nine, Beavers and Richard Watsonhad six, Dave Riggert five, Chris Jackson and Corey Scott tlu'ce and Chad Williams one. Mar- cel English had 10 for Red Cloud. Freshmen The freshmen upped their rec- ord to 5-3 with a 58-34 win over St. Cecilia Monday evening. Riggen and Chad Meyer led the young Wildcats with 16 points. Jeff Dean finished with 11 while attemps for 34 percent and Mike Nelson had six, Steve Were 19.of 27 from the line. Red Kichlff four, KylcSmidt tb, ree -aiCloud was 20 of 56 from the field and Cletus Corma two. ' . : Tigers beat CHB The Chester-Hubbell-Byron :).6inthe state, asted Davenport 79-48 inNSCC ay. The Bulldogs jumped out to a ,-10 first period. The Tigers the gap with a 16-13 38-26. The Bull- outscored Davenport 41-22 win easily. Coach Chris Sluka said poor doomed the Tigers the game. Davenport managed percent from the floor, "a dismdl 3 for 23 per- -pointrange." Bulldogs, in contrast, shot 47 from the floor and 69 from the free tl'ow line. The B!dogs were led by Thad im 24 points. Allen added 17 and Gary Reap in 13. Jed Rienke scored 15 to raiser will begin at 1 p.m., at Superior High School. Proceeds will go to the community ambu- lance fund. The tournament will be co-ed completion with three male and three female players. Teams will be guaranteed two games and tro- phies will be awarded. Area busi- ness-sponsored teams are wel- come. Teams will be grouped in a round robin format and placed as close as possible to the competi- tion level. An entry donation is requested. A concession stand will be available. Registrations are due Feb. 15 to reserve a place in the tourna- ment. For more information, con- tact Mike Hoyer, Larry Langer or Jim Rempc or the Superior High School Ag Ed Department. Panthers even record at 5-5 The Panthers evened their rec- ord at 5-5 with a pair of wins last week. Thursday they beat Trum- bull 70-51 and Friday they were 63-,5.7 winners over Orleans.  '-Lafe-TrUmll Each team scored 17 points in the opening period of their game Thursday evening but the Pan- thers opened the doors in the sec- es today Doris Greene Doris Greene, 81, died Sun- Samaritan Home, Services will be at I0 t. Thursday at the Klawitter- Nelson. Jeff gelist, will officiated. Burial will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery near Oak. Survivors .. include two nephews. Seventh graders win 1st game The Superior seventh grade boys basketball team won twice against the visting Falrbury Jeffs Saturday. In the "A" game, the Wildcats c t ended a 19-13 half time lead for a J 6-25 win. Upcourt defense and good three-point shooting was the dif- ference. The Wildcats had two players in double figures, Kody Kirchhoff with 14 and Tim Dean with 11. Josh Heitman scored six and Phil Menke added five while Kirk Utecht and Ryan Butler each had three and Nik Johanson and Jeff Kirchhoff added two each. Kyle Kermoade played a good floor game, his coach said. Alto- gether the Wildcats scored six three-point goals. In the "B" game, balanced scoring and good man-for-man defense spelled a Wildcat victory. Troy Scott led the young Wildcats with six points as they posted a 21-13 victory. Gene Michaud scored a three- point goal and David Amack chipped in with four points. Corey Eitzmann, Chris Mohler, Brent Blecha and Justin Ray each had a basket. T.J. Morris led the team in rebounds while Jason Kuhlman and Larmin Zoltenko were singled out for good defensive play. The next game is today (Thurs- day) at Sutton. Monday they play at Hebron. lead the Tigers. Matt Bohling fin- ished with 12 with Dustin Carman adding nine, Ryan Biltoft and Mitchell Kubicek five and Perry Gunn two. The Tigers host Meridian Fri- day. Bruning squeezes past Nelson Bruning squeezed past Nelson 52-48 in overtime Friday at Brun- ing. The Tigers seemed to have the game under control in the first half as they led 13-11 at the end of the first .period and 30-22 at the inter- mission. The Bears narrowed the gap to five, 40-35, in the third period. The outscored the Tigers 11-6 in the final stanza and were ahead by three when Kelvin Whitmore hit a 35 -foot three-pointer at the buzzer to put the game into overtime. Bruning went on a 6-2 scoring drive in the overtime period to garner the win. Kevin Whitmore and Gary Miller were in double figures with 19 and 16 points respectively. Bryce Kleen and Kelvin Whit- more each had five and Jeff Schultz three. Jeff Kochler had 15 to lead the Bears. Nelson hit on 12 of 43 field goals for 31 percent and were 12 of 16 at the line. Bruning was 17 of 43 from the field and 13 of 21 at the line. Turnovers plagued Nel- son who had 29 compared to 23 for the Bears. The Tigers host Trumbull Fri- day. end, scoring 26 points while hold- ing the Bearcats to 10. By the end Bekind! Every person you meet of the third quarter they held a is fighting a difficult battle. comfortable 53-31 advantage. The DeGarmo boys led the panther scoring. Remington tal- lied 25 points and Rye 18. Doug Synekadded 13 while Brian Theer Mankoto man dies hadeight, Todd Himmelberg four and Brent Janda two. Shafer had in Lincoln hospital A Mankato n0an, Max Eugene Ortman, 64, died in Bryan Memo- rial Hospital, Lincoln, on Wed- nesday last week. The funeral was Tuesday at 2 p.m., at Harmony Memorial Church, Mankato, with the Rev. Kendall Utt officiating. Burial was in the Mount Hope Cemetery. Ortman was born June 5,1927, at Mankato. He married Esther Thompson Jan. 20, 1952, at Hardy. Ortman was a veteran and a retired motor carrier inspector for the state of Kansas. Survivors are his wife; one daughter, Diana Serge, Lincoln; two sons, Terry of Mankato and David of Manhattan; two sisters, Mildred Collie of Topeka and Alma Zadina of Mankato; two brothers, Lowell of Waller, Texas, and Forest of Houston; and five grandchildren. 19 for Trumbull. Lawrence-Orleans The Panthers had to come from behind to claim the win Friday evening at Orleans. The Orioles went ahead 19-11 in the first period and held a 32-27 advantage at the end of the first half. Orleans continued to lead through the third quarter but the panthers rallied from being down 44-40 at the start of the fourth quarter to claim the win. Remington DeGarmo was the scoring leader with 18 points. Kye DeGarmo contributed 14 and Synek 12 while Himmelberg and Theer add ed eight apiece and Janda three. Bose had 31 for the Orioles. Report from Red Cloud Livestock Auction Monday, Jan. 27 Baby calves ,, ................................................ 90.00 to 300.0(] 368 lb. umck heifers .................................................... 98.00 433 lb. Mixed heifers ................................................... 88.50 478 lb. Cross-bred heifers ........................................... 89.50 563 lb. Black heifers ................................................... i 04"00 325 lb. Cross-bred steers ........................................... 368 lb. Mixed steers .................................................. 103.00 485 lb. Black whiteface bulls ....................................... 88.050 493 lb. Whiteface steers ............................................... 556 lb. Mixed steers ................................................... 88.25 563 lb. Mixed steers .................................................... 89.50 590 lb. Cross-bred bulls ............................................... ;8.00 612 lb. Cross-bred steers ............................................. 696 lb. Gelbvieh steers ................................................ 80.00 Feeder cows and heifers ............................... 53.50 to 69.50 Weigh-up cows .............................................. 43.25 or 51.50 Calf and Yearling Sale Feb. 3 Consignments for Feb 3, dispera132 head. Gelbvieh Cows 4-10 years old, Milton Tupper herd Red Cloud Livestock Auction 402-746-2622 or Lind== and Roy Montgomery 402-257.2335 r Red Cloud hivestock Auction Rod Cloud, Nob. Darcy Dempsey is hopeful her shot will go in which St. John's Kim Lutgen is hoping to block the shot. At right is Suzy Rines (43). The Lady Blu Jays, behind the shooting of Lutgen, were able to control Mankato to capture the Pike Trail League championship Friday evening at Mankato. Express Photo Thur3day, Janua 30,1992 win the third place trophy. The first quarter was extremely close with the Lady Eagles able to hold a one-point margin, 11-10, at the end of the period. Lady Vi- kings came out fighting in the second quarter and outscored White Rock 14-4 to go ahead by nine at the intermission. Each team posted 12 points in Mankato, White Rock 11 Oillett led the Lady Cougars ace 2nd, 3rd in PTL with 10 points while VanMeter 1..= had eight, Johnson seven and Rines Mankato managed to slip past semifinal game. four. Kim Lutgen led all scorers White Rock 37-33 in the semifi- The Lady Eagles opened with nals of the Pike Trail League tour- a 12-10firstperiodleadanddupli- with 26 points. White Rock returns to action nament Thursday but were whipped by Beloit St. Johns 52- 29 in the championship. White Rock finished third with a 52-51 victory over Waconda East. M',mkato was a 41-29 winner over North Central in the first round. Mankato-North Central The Lady Cougars got off to a good start against North Central, scoring 14 points in the first quar- ter while North Central could muster only two. By the end of the half, Mankato held a comfortable 22-5 advantage. North central narrowed the gap slightly with a 10-7 third quarter and pulled another two points closer with a 14-12 final stanza but the Lady Cougars held on to post their tenth win of the season. Susan Gillett led the Mankato THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Rites Saturday for Dora Payne DomE.Payne, 83,Guide Rock, died Tuesday, Jan. 21, in the Fran- klin Care Center. The funeral was Saturday at 2 .m., at the Simonsen-Williams Home Chapel, Red Cloud, with the Rev. Marvin Palmer off't- the third quarter but in the final elating. Burial was in the Guide stanza, the Lady Eagles went on a Rock Cemetery. scoring rampage, putting 25 on Mrs. Payne was born March the board while holding the Lady 29, 1908, in Jewell County, Ken- Vikings to 15. sas, where she attended a rura Three Lady Eagles were in school. double figures led by Boyles with Feb. 26, 1930, she was married 16. Flavin finished with 12 and toAlbertRileyPayneatMankam Smith with 10. Barbara Dethloff They lived on a farm near Guide and Pate each had five and Lisa Rock until moving into Guide Dethloff four to round out the Rock in 1934. He died Sept. 3, scoring. Jodi Hurren scored 17 1991. pointsandChandraWinkell0for Survivors are one daughter, the Lady Vikings. Darlene Yung, Warrensburg, Me.; The Lady Eagles hit on 21 of oneson, Ronald, GlenElder, Kan.; 44 field goals for 48 percent and one brother, Wilbur Sholtz, Guide seven of 14 at the line. Waconda Rock; and 12great-grandchildren. East was 15 of 30 for 50 percent and nine of 16 at the line. Turn- AIIust Butts overs were a major factor with the Lady Vikings losing control 2A dies in Colorado times compared to 14 for White A former Hebron resident, Rock. Augusta M. Butts, 94, died iq Mankato-St. Johns Colorado Springs, Colo., lt The Lady Blu Jays consistently Tuesday. outshot the Lady Cougars in the The funeral was Monday at I championship game. p.m., at the Price Funeral Home St. Johns opened with a 12-6 first quarter lead and extended it Chapel, Hebron, with the Rev. P;t Culligan officiating. Burial was i to 22-12 at the half. Mankato the Firth Cemetery. scored as many points in the third AugustaElla Matilda Butt s wa quarter as they had the entire first born at Firth Jan. 4, 1898, to list- half but could not get any closer as man and Carolena Damrow. the Lady Blu Jays outscored them She married Ernest Butts ]une by four to take a 38-24 lead into 28,1917.Heprecededherindcat!| the final stanza. A 14-5 last quar- in 1959. To this union was born ter iced the win for Beloit. two sons, Ernest, who died in in- fancy, and Jasper W. Butts, Simi Valley, Calif.., who died in 1967, and adaughter, Violet May Young:, Cascade, Colo. In addition to her daughter, slt is survived by seven grandchil- cated the opening quarter to take a Friday at home against North (hen, Jimmie Butts and Linda 24-20 lead at the intermission. Central in the annual sweetheart Krueger of Simi Valley, Calif, The Lady Cougars came out game and play at Kensington Richard Butts of Orange Count3, strong in the third quarter, scoring Tuesday.MankatoplaysWaconda California, Mary Lee Mercer, 13 points while holding White East at CawkerCityFriday. Karen Kay Vanderwalkcr and Rock to two to take the lead. The Lonnie D. Young of Colored,) Lady Eagles rallied in the final ,Aknderson funeral springs, Colo., and Ronald '9,/. stanza, outscoring the Lady Cou- gars 7-4 but could not overcome Friday at Bladen Young of Woodland Park, Cole, and nine great-grandchildren. the deficit. Gillett and VanMeter were Mankato's scoring leaders with 12 and 10 points respectively. Johnson finished with eight while Rines had five and Dempsey two. Carrie Flavin and Jennifer Pate Zena Anderson, 97, a resident A brother, William Damrow, of the Good Samaritan Center, and a sister, Minnie Kleckncr Superior, the past two years, will Sherman, preceded her in death be Friday at 10:30 a.m., at the She lived most of her adul  lite Methodist Church, Bladen. She on a farm south of Hebron, me'. - died at the Brodstone Memorial ing there in 1935 from Firth. Upon lead the Lady Eagles with 11 and Nuckolls County Hospital Tues- her retirement, she moved into 10 points respectively. Barbara day. Hebron in 1955. Dethloff and Shelly Smith each She has been a resident of the hadfourandJamiBoylesandLisa Bladen area except for the last On Dean's Honor Roll Dethloff finished with two. seven years when she had been in Anthony (Tony) Haqhan, The Lady Eagles were12 of 36 nursing homes in Campbell and Manchester, Me., was on the attack with 13 points. Deanna from the field for 33 percent and Superior. dean's honor roll list at Bcncdi'- VanMeter fi.nislaed whh nine,; Six0fll attheline:Maiakatowas Survivors include one sister, tineCollege, Atchison, Km., for Darey Dempsy seven, Annmarie 17 of 41 for 41 percent from the Grace Petersen, Omaha. academic aehievemertt for the fall Johnson six, Suzy fines five and field and three of six at the charity BurialwillbeintheEastLawn semester of 1991. A chcntistry Jennifer Basel one. Nikki Lind- stripe. Both teams had 16 turn- Cemtery, Bladen. The Merton- major, he is the son of Mike and sley had l0 for North Central. overs. 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