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4A THE sUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 13, 2014 Alex Meyer signs letter of intent to attend UN-L Alex Meyer, a senior at Superior High School, has signed her scholar- ship letter of intent to attend the Uni- versity of Nebraska-Lincoln where she will be a member of the track and field team. Meyer is the reigning Class C state discus champion and she took sixth place in the shot put. Meyer was courted by several schools, with UN-L and Kansas State at the top of her list. She paid official visits to both campuses and UN-L was her choice• She will enroll in August and live on campus. She will major in landscape architecture. Meyer began throwing the discus in grade school. Her only throwing coach has been her father, Andy. Meyer admits that volleyball is her first love but the discus is the key to her Division 1 dreams• She is currently playing basketball for Superior High School and is looking forward to the team making a deep playoffrun. When basketball season ends, she will have a short window for training for the sea- son opening Ed Weir Invitational meet. She has lofty expectations for this sea- son with the stated goal of setting the state meet record. Meyer follows a weight lifting regi- men but is not especially picky about her diet. She does not encounter any issues when transitioning from basket- ball to throwing though each requires the use of separate muscle sets. When asked about a rivalry be- tween her and her younger sister Leah, who also throws the discus, Meyer says no, with more than a hint of a smile on her face. Her plan is simple: keep improving and qualify for the BJ Ten me#t her freshman year. A lofty goal but one which she will no doubt fulfill. Meyer will open the track season at the Ed Weir Invitational meet at the Superior Community Track Saturday March 22. SHS junior varsity game change notes The Superior High School junior varsity teams have a change for their games against Lawrence-Nelson High School, Friday. The girls team will play three six minute quarters while the boys team will play three eight minute quarters. A jubilant Superior High School Lady Cats basketball team displays their Southern Nebraska Conference championship plaque after the Lady Cats defeated the SatsdyCreek Lady Cougars, 58-48, in the championship game, Superior extended their winning streak to 17 games. Shown after the game are: (back row, from left)Lisa Butler, coach, Kaycie Strobl, Evin Miller, Leah Meyer, Katelyn Brown, Taylor Jensby, Jaysa Hotns, Riley Butler, Stacey Shroyer, coach. (front row) Chelsea Renz, Mikayla Utecht, Amy Hofts, Alex Meyer, Lyndsay Brown and Mattison Sullivan. SHS Lady .Cats take conference title q;he Superior High Schoolgirls bas- ketball team extended their winning streak to. 117 games with their run through the field at the Southern Ne- braska Conference tournament. The Lady .Cats disposed of the Wilber- Clatonia Wolverines 60-37 in their opening round game Thursday at Su- perior: The game had been resched- uled from Tuesday because of inclem- ent weather. They won for the third time this seasonagainst the Fillmore Central LadyPanthers by a razor thin margin, 49-47, F, riday at Milford. They capturedthe championship trophy Sat- urday tt Milford by downing the Sandy Creek:Lady Coughs 58-48. The i Wilber-:Clatonia Wolverines were sent into hibernation early as the Lady Cats opened up a 30-10 lead after two periods of pray. Superior poured in 23 points in the third quarter to open a 53-19 lead. The Lady Wolverines out scoredtheLady Cats, 18-7, in a mean- ingless fourthperiod and Superior ad- vanced to the semifinal• round game Friday against the Fillmore Central Lady Panthers. Te'n superior players Scored duri'ng the wm over Wdber-Clatonta. Alex Meyer pumped in 10'p0tnts and hada rebound. Leah Meyer scored nine points and accounted for seven re- bounds. Amy Hofts also dropped in nine points and had a rebound. Mattison Sullivan and Riley Butler scored seven points each and carted off three re- bounds apiece. Lyndsay Brown hit for six points and scrambled for three re- bounds. Makayla Utecht dropped in five points. Taylor Jensby put up four points and made offwith two rebounds. Katelyn Brown shot for two points and had a rebound. Evin Miller sank a free throw for a point and added a rebound. Jaysa Hoins hustled after seven re- bounds, with Chelsea Renz securing two rebounds and Morgan Frahm bring down one. The third time was almost not the lucky charm for the Lady Cats as they matched up against the Fillmore Cen- tral Lady Panthers for the third time this season. Their previous encounters had been close but this one went down to the wire with Superior escaping with a two point 49-47 win. Both teams had played the previous night and were playing on short rest. Superior got off to asluggish start onboth the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. Fillmore • Central played a patient game and worked out to a 15-8 lead after the first quarter of play. The Lady Cats awak- "Superior00 Pharmacy 348 N. Central Ave., Superior, Neb. 68978 Hea [cth Mart 402-879-4234 : Open 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday-Friday Open 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday Providing Pharmaceutical Care to our Commun/?y Lane and Anna Hawley, Owners ) i Super Sale [ Item 1/2 Price --- 2.d Item FREE 00eao for 7 u dresses ,andpre.owned me of the Perfect Fit" 352 N. 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The Lady Cats dug deep and found the wherewithal to hold on defense and score four more points than the Lady Panthers and es- caped to play in the championship round with their 49-47 win. A. Meyer led the Lady Cat offense with 17 points. Butler deposited eight points while L. Brown hit for seven points. Hofts completed the game with six points. Renz hit for five points. Jensby landed four points. Hoins had two points. The championship game against Sandy Creek featured another shaky first period from the Lady Cats. They trailed 21-17 and defense was nonex- istent. They righted the defensive ship in the second period with a suffocating defense holding the Lady Cougars to two points. The Lady,(ats enjgyed a 31-23 lead at the half. They would need that cushion as Sandy Creek nibbled away at the Lady Cats lead to trail by four points, 42-38, as the final quarter of play commenced. Superior held their ground and added to their lead to emerge with a 58-48 win and bragging rights as the Southern Ne- braska Conference champions. Butler topped the Lady Cats scor- ing list with 15 points and she ac- counted for two rebounds. A. Meyer put up 14 points and acquired six re- bounds. L. Brown dropped in 13 points and hammered down seven rebounds. Hoins recorded 11 points and chased down four rebounds. Hofts donated three points and brought down a re- bound. L. Meyer and Sullivan dropped in a point each and took away a re- bound apiece. Renz handled two re- bounds while Jensby finished the game with one rebound. The Lady Cats close out regular season play Friday with a visit to-Nelson to take on the Lawrence-Nelson Lady Raiders. Sub-district play begins Tues- day with the Lady Cats meeting the Thayer Central Lady Titans at the Fillmore Central High School gymna- sium, Tuesday at.6 p.m, in Geneva. 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