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,les win For the second year in a row, the GrizZly coach Matt Hesting. Rock Hills boys have won the Pike But urgency kicked in with seven Trail League basketball regular season minutes to play and the Grizzlies went title.Ittookanalmostmiraculouscome- on a 21-2 "lights-out" run. Fueled by back against Southern Cloud last Fri- senior Matthew Broeckelman on the day, but the Grizzlies managed to get it defensive end and senior Riley Konen done at Glasco by a 45-40 score, on the offensive end, the Grizzlies made Trailing the entire ball game, in- it look easy after struggling for more cluding an 18-13 deficit at the end of than three-fourths of the game. one quarter, the Grizzlies found them- "We finally stepped up defensively selves behind 38-24 early in the fourth and then decided to finish in the lane quarter, and at the free throw line," said Hesting. "Forwhateverreason, wejustdidn't "Nothing fancy, just attacking, mov- do anything very well last Friday. We ing and finishing, the way we needed couldn't pass, rebound, score or de- to play the whole game." fend very well. I thought a lot of it was Three Grizzlies scored in double just lack of energy and really just not figures. Brice Ost had 14 points, Riley playing with a sense of urgency," said Konen 12andTravisBoyles 1 l.Boyles Rock Hills' Riley Konen (25) looks to pass the ball to Travis Boyles (33) in the Cloud Warriors in the varsity game. Rock Hills' Kayla Sholtz (21) tries to anticipate wherethe pass will go against Southern Cloud in the varsity game. Informational hosted by Jewell County Hospital Thursday, Feb. 25 Mankato, Kan. Community Center 6:30 - 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 2 Jewell, Kan. Community Center 6:30 - 8 p.m. The purpose of the meetings isIo educate and inform citizens about national, state, regional and local issues and the impact on rural hospitals. Presenters include: KansasHospitalAssociation Sunflower Health Network in Salina Je well Co un ty Hospital A dm in is tra to r also had a season high 15 rebounds, Konen and Joe Zadina had seven boards. Zadina had eight points. The Grizzlies dominated the backboards, outrebounding Southern Cloud by a 51- 25 margin. Rock Hills had 15 turnovers to only nine by the hometown Warriors. The Grizzlies shot only 32percent (17-53) and the Warriors hit at 31 per- cent (15-49). Rock Hills made 10 of 18 free throws including 8 of 11 in the fourth quarter comeback. The Grizzlies finished PTL play with a 3-1 record, which tied them with Lakeside who also finished 3-1, but Lakeside's lone loss came against Rock Hills back on Jan. 29. Grizzlies' 45-40 win over the Southern Lady Grizzlies lose to Smith Center The Rock Hills High School varsity Sub-state basketball and scored only two points in the final Monday and Tuesday stanl~aneJVGrizzliesscored;~heywere The sub-state basketball games for !edbyColeHuncovskywithfiVepoints. the Rock Hills Grizzlies girls and boys Alex Smith had four pointS. Robbie will be held Monday and Tuesday at Dean, Chance Colson, Jordan Walter, Rock Hills. Zach Duffy and Aaron Broeckelman The girls will play at ? p.m. Mon- all had two points, Cisco Fischer and day and the boys at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Wyatt Flinn both chipped in a free The opponents were identified after throw for one point: games were played on Tuesday. Final Both teams were 9 of 34 on field sub-state games will be played at goals but Smith Center hit three treys BenningtonnextThursdaythroughSat- to Rock Hills' one. Smith Center also urday, had two more free throws in the con- test, Twenty-three turnovers definitely hurt the Grizzlies as the Redmen com- mitted four less at 19. The JV Grizzlies have put together a 15-5 season and have used 16 to 18 girls basketballteam hosted Smith Cen- players in practically every game. ter last Tuesday. The Lady Grizzlies were defeated l.,eaislature approves by the Lady Redmen 48-41. Score by quarters: Rock Hills 9, Smith Center digital reglsLery '-- plan 16; 22-28; 32-38; 41-48. Individual scoring for Rock Hills: Regan Jeffery 6; Amanda Fleming 6; Kayla Sholtz 3; Bethany Jeffery 7; All Wilson 6; Hillary Callaway 9; Darica Bohnert 4. Rock Hills JV boys win shortened game at Southern Cloud In a shortened junior varsity game, the Rock Hills Grizzlies came away with a 14-13 victory over Southern Cloud on Friday. Playing only two eight minute quarters because of South- ern Cloud's depleted number of boys, the Grizzlies picked up their 16th win of the 2010 season. Sixteen boys saw some action and the scoring was spread pretty thin in the short game. Zach Duffy had three points, Wyatt Flinn two points, An- thony Burgess two points, Alex Smith two points, Cade Huncovsky two points, Zach Spiegel one point, Landon Reed one point and Jordan Walter one point. Flinn was the rebounding leader with four. Smith had three boards. This was a nice road team effort by the boys. JV Grizzlies defeated by Smith Center In the junior varsity contest preced- ing the varsity, it was Smith Center pulling out a 25-21 win over the Rock Hills JVs. Smith Center used better perimeter scoring to outlast the young Gri'zzlies. Rock Hills struggled to get and make shots and the Redmen were up 13-8 at halftime. The Grizzlies cut it to two at 21-19 by the end of three quarters, but the Grizzlies again couldn't find the hoop The Rock Hills varsity boys hung ~:on in.the last few.seconds t~or their 12th win of the season as.they defeated the Smith Center Redmen 40-38 at toholdon. I thought we almost willed Mankato last Tuesday. ourselves to get it done, and I'm really The win did not come easily, as the proud of the boys." Redmen mounted a furious comeback The Grizzlies were led in scoring after being down 10 points with less bv Brice Ost who had 16 points. He than two minutes to play. Rock Hills was followedbyTravisBoyles with 12 had pretty much controlled the tempo points and a team high eight rebounds. and score of the game for 30 minutes Riley Konen and Jarrett Christie each andhada38-28advantagewhenSmith had four points and Matthew Center was able to force a couple of Broeckelman and Blake Walter each turnovers and hit a couple of treys, had two points. Konen and Fortunately, Rock Hills got two late Broeckehnan hauled in six rebounds free throws from senior Riley Konen and each also led with four assists and pulled out the win. apiece. The Grizzlies led at every quarter The Grizzlies used selective shoot- stop. They were up 8-7 at the end of ing to go 16 of 33 from the floor (49 one and had a slim 18-13 lead at half- percent) and Smith Center put up 51 time. Rock Hills extended their lead to shots but made only 14 (28 percent). nine at 30-21 by the third quarter end, The Redmen did hit four treys, with and had as much as a 12 point lead at three coming late in the game. Rock one time in the fourth period. The Hills got to the tree throw line a few Grizzlies got a little sloppy with the moretimesthantheRedmen.TheGriz- ball down the stretch and Smith Center zlies hit 8 of 15 {57 percent) while scored almost as many points in the Smith Center was 6 of 9 (67percent). fourth quarter as they had the previous The Gri zzlies will be at home for a three, first round substate game on Tuesday "This was a real gut check for our with a 7 p.m. start. The Grizzlies are boys."saidGrizzlycoachMattHesting, now 12-6 on the year. The Kansas Legislature approved a measure ttlat will establish the Kansas Enterprise Electronic Preservation sys- tem (KEEP), a preservation process for maintaining the authenticity of state electronic records. Supporters of House Bill 2195 say it will give citizens the capability to actually access govern- ment records online and have them authenticated at a level that would be acceptable in a court of law. "As more and more of the state's business is conducted via e-mail with electronic records, it is imperative Kansas has a process in place that gives the records the same legal au- thority as those records transferred to the state archives in paper form," Rep. Mike Burgess (R-Topeka) "This legislation will help establisll a digital repository for Kansas that meets na- tional and professional standards." The House Committee on Govern- ment Efficiency and Fiscal Oversight introduced House Bill 2195. During testimony, supporters stressed the need to preserving and providing access to authentic electronic government records. "Long-term preservation of elec- tronic records is extremely challeng- ing and the state must address this problem soon. The system will con- tinue the Kansas Historical Society's role of preserving and providing ac- cess to authentic records, paper or digi- tal, thus edsuring government account- ability and transparency," said Matt Veatch, state archivist with the Kansas Historical Society. All three branches of government will work on the project, led by the three chief information technology of- ricers of executive, judicial and legis- lative branches. The Kansas State His- torical Society will develop a policy framework and lead the system design effort. Legislative computer services staff will lead the actual system build, and house the first prototype system in their data center. "This legislation ensures Kansas preserves our permanent and enduring "We had Joe Zadina sick, Brice Ost records for all future generations. The legislation al g p, rpmotes government sp.rained an ankle, l~y l~l~wgtS,,~ ~t~l~etyti~lh~ ~ la~efcomponent sick at halftime and We' til] m thh e d' of our e-democracy initiatives." said Don Heiman, legislative chief infor- mation technology officer. HB 2195 also amends several stat- utes to create an option for document transmittal via e-mail and other elec- tronic means. Currently. those statutes require transmittal in either written or facsimile form. The bill now goes to the governor tbr his Consideration. See Us For Thu~sGay, February 25, 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B Rock Hills' Joey Zadina (44) plays defense against Southern Cloud. The Grizzlies came from behind for the win that gave them the Pike Trail League title for the second straight year. Rock Hills' Maddie Warne (11 ) puts up a long jumper in the Lady Grizzlies' game against Southern Cloud played at Glasco. ORDER NOW MEMORIAL L3AY Let us help you find the perfect marker to honor your loved one's lifetime. QUALITY MONUMENTS Concordia * Marysville * Holton [ 111 E. Main St., Mankato 5-378-3191 785-243-2466 866-543-2466 704-/- acres Jewell County Land March 2010 Calendar March 1: Tl:ack and Golf Practice Begins. March 2: PTL Speech at Pike Valley 1 13 m. FCCLA at Haysville. March 4: Sub-State Basketball. March 5: Sub-State Basketball. End of Third 9 Weeks, March 6: Sub-State Basketball. March 7: FCCLA at Hesston. March 8: FCCLA at Hesston. PTL Band Clinic at Rock Hills High School March 9: Forensics at Beloit 3 p.m. March 10: State Basketball. March 11: State Basketball. March 12: State Basketball. March 13: State Basketball. March 14: Daylight Savings Time Begins. March 15 - 19: Spring Break No School. March 22: Classes Resume, March 26: High School Track at St. Johns-Beloit 3 p.m. Forensics at Smith Center 3 p.m. State FBLA. March 27: State FBLA. Regional Music-Solo/Small Ensembles. March 30: FBLA State Conference at Topeka. FBLA State Conference at Topeka. Concert 7 p.m. 115 W. Jefferson Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3192 Good Luck to all Students & Athletics! Monday, March 8, 2010 1"30 pm Community, Building, Burr Oak, Ks Location of Land: 2 miles South, 1 mile East of North Branch Legal Description: A tract of land in SE of 20-1-9 in Jewell County, Ks commencing at a point 4 rods East from SW COR of said SE . thence East 76 rods. thence North 140 rods. thence West 80 rods. thence South 120 rods, thence East 4 rods. thence South 20 rods to POB consisting of 69.5+/- acres Located Thereon: CRP, Cropland. Grass. Trees FSA Information: 38.9+/- Cropland acres 24.1+/- acres Wheat 33 bu/a CC Yield 7.5+/- acres Grain Sorghum 57 bu/a CC Yield 6.8+/- acres CRP. Contract until Sept 30. 2010. $45/acre 2010 CRP Payment. Seller's share to Buyer. $204.00 approx. Taxes: 2009 $412.38 2010 Taxes to be paid by Buyer Terms: $5,000.00 down day of sale. Balance on closing. Title Insurance: 50% Seller 50% Buyer Minerals: Pass to Buyer Closing: On or before April 8, 2010. Possession: Upon Closing. Tenants rights are in effect. Possession of wheat crop after 2010 harvest. Buyer to receive Seller's share of 2010 crop. ,, Bu;cer to assume Seller's share o'f2010 cro[) expenses. Seller'. Mid-America Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends, Inc. John eer www.hammauction.