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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 4. 2010 Rock Hills&apos; 6-3 junior, Travis Boyles (33), shoots against the Lakeside Knights Friday. Boyles had 14 points in the Grizzlies' 45-43 win over Lakeside. Also pictured is Rock Hills' othe? 6-3 junior, Joe Zadina (44). Attention The Mankato Housing Authority will conduct a Public Hearing at Pine Haven on February 8, 2010 at our Regular Board meeting at 6 p.m. to discuss any proposed changes to housing policy, plans and 5 year plan .... These are available for review at the office located at 525 N. Clinton, during regular business hours. For more information call 785-378-3017 .Sunda00 F b 14 D0fi't t.. e . is Valentine's Day! We have a great gift selection <t I.)q Valentine Cards - . CAND}ES C;i,,,.- : (Including suga-free ,  ..,d Shop Local Professional Petite Tablet with More CalciUn & Vitamin 03 125 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3,183 Sears Hometown Store Loca ly Owned & Ooeratea 238 W. 6th St..Concord)a, Kan. 785-243-2100 Friday, Feb. 5t"- Thursday, Feb. 11th I * 20/eOff Kenmore Kitchen Appliances and Floor Care * 10% off all other kitchen appliances and floor care * O 15  off All Laundry Plus No Interesl No Payments for 12 months * or Free Delivery after rebate I r Home Electronics Deals Closeout Prices on for the Big Game!I! several 2009 Lawn 5% Instant Savings & Garden items. OR No Interest. No Payments for Lawn Tractors Grills 12 Months on Total Home Pressure Washers Tillers Electronics purchase over $699 Trimmers Push Mowers wtth your Sears Card I Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m.- 6 p.m. Saturday , 9 a;m. - 6 D.m Sund8, 1. a.m.- 4 o.m * Offer aooues to aDouances over $399 after al Qiscounls when you use a qualify ng Sears Card In a non-league home game. the Rock Hills boys basketball team used strong inside play to dismantle the Logan Trojans 55-33. The game slowly got away from Logan as Rock Hills used the size of juniors Travis Boyles and Joe Zadina to exploit the Trojans at the low post. After leading by three at halftime, the Grizzlies outscored Logan 19-10 in the third period to take a 43-31 lead into the final minutes. "We talked about being more pa- tient against their zones and getting the ball to where we could do the most damage to them," said Grizzly head coach Matt Hesting. "I was proud of the way the kids played with a patient plan the second half, plus our defense stayed pretty solid the whole game." Rock Hills was playing without their leading scorer.BrYce est. who had not been feeling well at game time. "'I thought it was a big step for the boys to start realizing some of their own po- tential instead of relying on BrYce so much. That might make us a much more balanced team down the stretch." Hesting said. Boyles. led the Grizzlies with 20 points. Zadina had 13 pointsand seven rebounds. Riley Konen finished with six points and seven rebounds. Blake Walter scored six points. Jarrett Christie had four. Damon Bohnert two. Mat- thew Broeckelman two and Chance Colson two. Christie and Konen led the Grizzlies with four assists each. The Grizzlies had a 37-24 rebound- inu advantage with Broeckelman get- ting six and Boyles five. Rock Hills had 17.turnovers to Logan's 19, but I I of those were m the first half. The Grizzlies shot 48 percent (24 of 50) compared to 31 percent for Logan (13 of 42). Free throws were about even with the Rock Hills boys at seven of 12 and Logan at six of 10 from the charity stripe. Grizzlies beat Logan; avenge loss to Lakeside i!!! !i!!iii;;',;il ii;::ii:::'::: !I!/: Lady Grizzly Darica Bohnert (33) looks to pass the ball against Lakeside'in the varsity game Friday. In the background is her teammate, Maddie Warne (11). environment for our kids to play m. Hesting said. "Both teams played ex- tl'm.nely well defensively and in being patient to execute their offenses. It really came down to one stickback?' The game was well played with only 15 turnovers total (eight for the Grizzlies and seven for the Knights). Lakeside came back from nine points down in the third quarter, on timely treys from sharpshooter Keegan He)land. Rock Hills continued to put the ball in the paint and Grizzlies Travis Boyles and Brice Ost accounted for 21 of the 25second half points. The Griz- rebounding advantage. Bric Ost led the Grizzlies witll 18 poi nts, followed by Trav'is Boyles with 14. Boyles had seven rebounds for the Grizzlies, Joe Zadina chipped in six points, Riley Konen had five and Damon Bohnert two. Matthew Broeckelman led Rock Hills in assists with six and in steals with two. The Grizzlies play at Sylvan Fridw m a key inter-league contest with the Mustangs. members of the Twin Lakes League. "Sylvan is a dangerous team that has the ability to shoot you out of the gym on any given night. They love the Chance Colson six. LandDn Reed six. Alex Smith five, Zach Dully four Wyatt Fiinn'four. Seen Mohlman two and Robbie Dean One. The JVs .struggled to ,,et= into an offensive flow. Poor shooting sealed l:he deal'as :R0ck Hills hit 10 of 34 (29 percent) and Lakeside hit 16 of 32 (50 pecent). Rock Hills'bad 13 rebounds to Lakegide s. 20. with Landon Reed get- ring seven boards and Scan MDhhnan fOui'::' Lady GrizzUes beat Logan, eside points, five rebounds, two assists, two turnovers; All Wilson 10 points, six rebounds, one turnover; Lindsey Underwood One turnover; Kayla Shol{z four points, three rebounds, two steals, one assist; Darica Bohnert 10 points, three rebounds, one steal; Bethany Jeffery 10 points, seven rebounds, three blocked shots, one steal, two assistS, one turnover: Ashley Lorence four. Rock Hills hosting PTL junior high basketball tourney zlies led at every q uarter break and The Rock Hills High School varsity The Grizzly varsity boys took their there were six lead changes or ties in trey line and play good quick man-to- girlsbasketball defeated Logan 45-33 8-4 record to Lakeside Friday night for the fourth quarter. Ost got an offensive man". Hesting said. last week in Mankato. Score by quar- a key Pike Trail League showdown, rebound from aRiley Konen miss and Junior varsity Tlae Knights of Lakeside were 12-1 ters: Rock Hills 20-Logan 10; 28-14: stuck it back with 11 seconds remain- Rock. Hills JV picked up another 36-23:45-33  JV boys win overall entering the game. and 3-0 inleague play. It was "breast-cancer ing. Heiland gOt off a corner trey with win. prevailing l8-16 in a, two-quarter Individualstats:HillaryCallaway game I of tourney- awareness" and "pink out" night at a chance for the win. but his shot was gameagainstLogan.TheJVsimproved 13 points, ! rebound, four steals, one Downs and all fans were encouraged a fraction long. their record to 10-1 for the season, assist. I lurn0ver: Katie Hesting one In the first of three round-robin to wear pink and support their local team. Money was raised by selling T- siairts by the FCCLA chapters of both Lakeside and Rock Hills. Just six days earlier Lakeside de- teated the Grizzlies by two in the PTL tourney finals. This time the Grizzlies went into Lakeside arena and came out with a two-point win. 45-43. "We had outstanding crowd sup- x)rt on the road. and this was a great The Grizzlies upped their record to 9-4, but more importantly stayed un- beaten in conference play at 2-0 with two tough road league matches re- roaming. The Grizzlies hit 16 of 38 (42 per- cent) and nailed 12 of 17 free throws including seven of eight in the tburth period. Lakeside was 15 of 46 (32 percent) from the floor, and hit eight of 12 free throws. Rock Hills held a 32-25 Ftow00 Pateb Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3950 .......  w,, doOve,ng Valemtirle orders Friday, Feb. 12 and Saturday, Feb. 13 from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14.9 a.m. -1,,vr,oscharZ STOP LEG CRAMPS BEFORE THEY STOP YOU. Show times for Friday through Thursday Feb, 5 through Feb. 11 Dear John ,/ 11:50): "4:15, 7:00 & 9:25 0.m, Lovely Bones Calcet" is designed to help stop low calcium leg cramps. Just ask your pharmacist. B & B THEATRES Majestic Theatre 229 W. Sixth Street DowntownConcordle, Kan. Concordla's All New, State.Of.The. Art, Four Screen Movie Thestrel Stadium Seating, Handicap Accessible . Digital Surround Sound (in selected the. ; stres). Well tO Wall Screens. 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Fifteen Grizzlies saw action in the, game and all the boys seem to be set- tling into their roles. Minutes can be pretty limited, but hopefully the boys learn the fundamentals of the game, especially at their position, and learn to be aggressive and make their minutes count for something positive. "There are a lot of things to do on the court besides score." Hesting said. "We really value defensive position, rebounding, helpside defense and maybe most of all good fundamental ball handling and movement without the ball. Don't be a spectator on the court!" In a physical JV coiltest, the Rock Hills boys lost their second game this season with a 38-28 loss to Lakeside. Scoring for the JV Grizzlies were steal:, one assist:, Regan Jeffery 10 points, two rebounds, o'ne steal, One turnove< Amanda Fleming two re- bounds, three steals, two assists, three turnovers: Maddie Warne three points. three rebounds, one steal, two turn- overs: All Wilson, five points, four reNunds, one:steal, five turnovers: Kayla Sholtz three points, three re- bounds, four steals, three assists, three turnovers: ,Darica Bohnert two re- bounds, one steal: Bethany Jeffery I I points. 12 rebounds, two blocked shots, one steal, two turnovers. Friday night the Lady Grizzlies trav- eled to Downs and defeated Lakeside 68-45. Score by quarters: Rock Hills 11-Lakeside 9: 34-23: 50-36: 68-45. Individual stats: Hillary Callaway I I points, eight rebounds, four steals. three turnovers: Katie Hesting, one rebound, one steal, three assists, IWO turnovers: Regan Jeffery four points, one blocked shot. two steals, two as- sists, two turnovers: Amanda Fleming five points, five rebounds, two assists, two turnovers: Maddie Warne. 12 New Licensed Day Care Opening Monday, Feb. 1 Mankato, Kan. Call Amanda Zadina * 785-534-0420 4'.L._I':.Z,.,, Full and part time position available !(. 7-, Located behind Weltmer Law Building Mankato Fire Department offering Defensive Driving Class taught by Kansas State Trooper Tuesday, March 2 and Thursday, March 4 6- 10 p.m. Rock Hills High School Mankato. Kan. $15 per person in advance and non refundable Class limited Call Lloyd Johnson 785-378-3945 daytime and 785-378-3554 evening to enroll Class for an insurance discount. 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Monday night the Rock Hills girls, seeded fifth, defeated fourth-seeded Southern Cloud 39-31. Today (Thurs- day) al approximately 3 p.m., No. 2 seed Pike Valley will play third-seeded St. John's Tipton. At 5:30 p.m. Rock Hills will take on top-seeded Lakeside. Also in play Monday night the fifth- seeded Rock Hills boys defeated No. 4 seed Pike Valley 50-19. Leading scor- ers were Chanse Copple 10 points and Devon Freeman nine points. Lane Wilson had seven rebounds. All boys that were suited up saw action in this game. with the starters taking a seat for the last quartet" of action. Today (Thursday) in the boys bracket at 4:15 p.m. second-seeded Southern Cloud will play No. 3 Lakeside. Following this game. at aboul 6:45 Rock Hills will takeon No. I St. John" s Tipton. Saturday's games will start at I p.m. on the girls side of the bracket. This is the consolation game lbr the girls and will be played between the losers of the games played Thursday night. Starting al 2:15 p.m. Ihe boys consolation game will be played be- tween the h)sers of the games played on Thursday. Championship game hr the girls wilt start at approximately 3 p.nt. with the boys championship game to follow at approximately 4:45 p.m. For Sale 2x4 Use( and Barn Siding Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3321 Sports Preview Rock Hills Schools Feb. 8: High School Junior Varsity Basketball at Rock Hills. Feb. 9: High School Basketball at St[Johns. Feb>11: High School Basketball at Rock Hills, Sweetheart. Stop by and let us help you with. Visa Cash Advances; Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks; American Express Travel Checks, Credit Life,Insurance, Credit Disability Insurance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards. 2 FCU ATM's in Beloit. Savings Bonds, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions. Notary Service. Share Certificates, Loans, Credit C9unseling, Life Saviogs Insurartce, Treasury Tax .4rid Loan Depositnry. 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Score al the rirsl quarter was 6-5 it] favor ()1" the Grizzlies. and the game was knolled at 13 al halftimc. The second hall" saw the Grizzlies gain a 28-19 lead waich lacy never rclitaquished. The young JV Grizzlies used good mid-range shooting 116 Of 31 ) at 52 percenl to stay ahead in the game. Poor free throw shooling con- tinues to plaque the JVs as they hil only 9 of 23 (39 percent), which is aboul whal they have shDI all year li'lm] the foul line. Leading the GriZzlies in scoring was Chance Colson who had 12 points. Jordan Walter 10 points. Zach Dully six. Landon Reed six. Seen Mohlman six and Cole Huncovsky tree. Jordan Walter also led in rebt)unding with q'otn'. Assist leader was Alex Smilh and 'Wyatt Flinn wiih three dishes apiece, The JVs will begin action al Sylvan tomorrow (Fri day) at about 5 p.m. They play their second round-robin .,.zame wilh Lakes)deal Mankato on Monday, fol lowed by a game al St. John's-Bch)il on Tuesday. The JV Grizzlies appreci- ate your support. 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