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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 9, 2009 Rock Hills, Jewell compete ' .... at invitational track meet rock Hills Lady Grizzlies win girls team title The Jewell Invitational Track Meet Lane Koster, Jewell, 10th, 12.00; Alex Boys Team Totals: 1 st, Bennington, washeldFridayatBeloit.Localresults Smith, RockHills, llth, 12.09;Kenny 104; 2nd, Thunder Ridge, 93; 3rd are as follows: McCary, Jewell, 12th, t2.10; James Lakeside, 60; 4th, Southern Cloud, 54; Girls-Shotput:ShelbySmith,Rock Neilson, Rock Hills, 18th, 12.48; fi- 5th, Lincoln, 51; 6th, Tipton, 46; 7th, Hills, 2nd, 33'81/2". Discus: Shelby nals, Matthew Broeckelman, Rock Rock Hills, 44; 8th, Linn, 41; 9th, Smith, Rock Hills, 2nd 107'4"; Kasha Hills, 6th, 11.87. 200 M. Dash: Alex Jewell, 26; 10th, Tescott, 19; I lth, Pate, Rock Hills, 4th, 94'9". Javelin, Smith, Rock Hills, 10th, 24.91; James Beloit High JV, 10; 12th, Wakefield, BethanyJeffery, Rock Hills, 5th, 101'. Neilson, Rock Hills, l lth, 24.94; An- 6; 13th, Lucas-Luray/Sylvan Unified TripleJump:KaylaSholtz,RockHills, thonyBurgess, RockHills, 16th,25.77. 4. 2nd, 33'81/4". High Jump: Breanna finals, none. "I thought this was a good start for Webb and Haleigh Shadduck, Rock 400 M. Dash: Travis Boyles, Rock our athletes. I felt we competed well Hills, tied 5th, 4'4". Hills, 5th, 57.66; William Lienberger, and turned in some good early season Pole Vault: AmandaFleming, Rock Jewell, 6th, 57.83.800 M. Run: Travis times and distance. On the girls side, Hills, 3rd, 7'; Maddie Warne, Rock Thomas, Rock Hills, 2nd, 2:11.45; we scored in nearly every event and Hills, 4th, 6'6". 3200 M. Run: Hillary JarrettChristie, RockHills, 5th, 2:19.41. that speaks well of the depth and qual- Callaway, Rock Hills, 1st, 12:53.00; 1600M.Run:PhilipAlcorn, RockHills, ity of our athletes," said coach Sam Kendra Alcorn, Rock Hills, 5th, 6:33.50. 3200 M. Run: Philip Alcorn, Meyers. "On the boys side, we pre- 14:27.00. IOOM. Hurdles: pre., Kayla Rock Hills, 5th, I 1:38.02. 4x100 M. formed and scored well in the events Sholtz, Rock Hills, 3rd, 17.23; Blair Relay: Rock Hills. (Travis Boyles, we entered, but continue to lack the McMillan, Rock Hills, 4th, 17.50; Matthew Broeckelman, Alex Smith, scoring threat in a few events and that Latisha Simon, Rock Hills, 6th, 18.25, Chance Colson), 2nd, 48.05. keeps us out of the team title hunt for Lindsay Underwood, Rock Hills JV, 4x400M.Relay:RockHills,(Travis the time being, but we do have some 13th,20.64;finals, KaylaSholtz, Rock Boyles, Matthew Broeckelman, Alex young talent in those areas that are Hills,2nd, 17.21;LatishaSimon,Rock Smith, Chance Colson), 5th, 3:59.13. showingimprovementandlooktoscore Hills,5th,'18.00,BlairMcMillan,Rock Pole Vault: Chance Colson, Rock Hills, in the future. Highlights of the day Hills, 6th, 18.14. I st, 10'6"; Jarrett Christie, Rock Hills, included not only the girls champiort- 100 M Dash: pre., Maddie Warne, 5th 9'; Kenny McCary, Jewell, 8'6". ship title but new school records for Rock Hills, 4th, 13.55; Regan Jeffery, Shot Put: Brice Ost, Rock Hills, 3rd, Bethany Jeffery in the javelin and Rock Hills, 7th. 13.98; Michaela 42'9"; Damon Bohnert, Jewell, 5th, MatthewBroeckelmaninthe 100meter Simmelink, Jewell, 8th, 14.17; Chelsi 38'4-1/2". Discus: Damon Bohnert, dash." Beam, Rock Hills, 13th, 14.76; finals, Jewell, 3rd, 121'2"; William This newspaper available on the Regan Jeffery, Rock Hills, 5th 13.75.; Lienberger, Jewell, 5th, 113'4". Jav- internet at MaddieWarne, Rock Hills, 7th, 13.89; elin:LaneKoster, Jewell, 1st, 136'11". http// Michaela Simmelink, Jewell, 8th, 14.40.1600 M. Run: Hillary Callaway, Rock Hills, 3rd, 6:07.88. 4XI00 M. Relay: Rock Hills, (A. Fleming, R. Jeffery, L. Simon. M. Warne) 2nd, 54.50. 400 M. Dash: Amanda Flqming, Rock Hills, 2nd, 1:08.13. 300 M. Hurdles, Kayla Shollz. Rock Hills, I st, 50.35; Blair McMillan, Rock Hills, 4th, 53.70; Latisha Simon, Rock Hills, 6th, 55.84. 800 M. Run: Hillar'y Callaway, Rock Hills, 5th 2:50.55. 200 M. Dash: pre., Chelsi Beam, Rock Hills, 16th, 30.62; Haleigh Shadduck, Rock Hills, 18th, 30.95; Jessica Free- . man, Rock Hills. 24th, 33.23; finals. none. 4x400 M. Relay: Rock Hills. (Chelsi Beam, Kayla Shoitz, Amanda Fleming, Maddie Warne),4th,4:46.06. Girls Team Totals: I st. Rock Hills, 114; 2nd, Bennington, 90; 3rd Lakeside. 72; 4th St. John's 64: 5th Linn, 44: 6th Tipton. 39: 7th Lucas- Luray/Sylvan Unified 33; 8th South- ern Cloud, 29; 9th. Tescott, 28; 10th. ;':: Thunder Ridge, 19; I lth Lincoln 8: 12th Wakefield. 7. Lane Koster place fourth in the triple jump at the 54th annual dewell Boys - 100 M. Dash: pro.. Matthew Invitation track meet held in Beloit, Friday. Broeckelman, Rock Hills, 4th, 11.67: Photo by Billie Jo Wing, Jewell High School, yearbook adviser Natural gas safety is a family matter, If you smell "rotten" eggs you may have a natural gas leak in your home. Because natural gas is natu, ally colorless and odorless we added an unnatural scent to warn you of a gas leak in your home. If you think you have a natural gas leak, leave the house immediately. DO NOT flip a light switch, light a match or use your telephone. Any of these actions can cause a fire or explosion. Call 911 or Kansas Gas Service from a neLghbot's telephone: 1-888-482-4950 If you see a yellow flame instead of a blue flame in your gas appliance, it is a warning sign that gas fuel is burning inefficiently and an increased potential for carbon monoxide poisonung and higher fuel bills. Check all your gas appliances regularly to make certain the burner flame is blue. 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Yearbook adviser Members of the Jewel Friday were (back row, from left) Kade Cooper - asistant coach.Lane Koster, William Lienberger, Damon Bohnert, Kenny McCary, Lucas Kent - coach, (front) Nick Birdsell, Samantha Wunderle and Michaela Simmelink Photo by Bllie Jo  .ir, Jewel/High School, yearbook adviser The ONE in Energy.  ,,"__ --------- kS -- SEeWCE A DIVISION OF ONEOK High School track team participating in the 54th annual Jewell Invitational track meet last 11 Little Angels Daycare NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS: 6 a.m.- 6 p.m. ...... , ,: "'ave room for" -"Tive, cnqdren  i, " , : 65 " =1 perhour per child - " " Rates for more than one child per family - $1 more I love children and I will give them loving care and lots of hugs and kisses, time-outs for discipline and zoilI tell thenl what they did wrong and why it was wrong. .Outside time~Limited TV~Nutritional snacks & Structured, nutritionbased meal times Contact: Nancy Hanson, 785:738-0114 ,. Registered Daycare Provider, S;R,-Approved Little Angels Daycare , 1019 W. South St., Mankato, Kan., 66956 - l: i - 7, I t us fill your EasterBasket - ,ith lots of Easter Favorites Russell Stover candies '  Cream-filled eggs Stuffed animls;.et .... Check out the new t!ne pfjevx)elry. Cards " Mankato. : Professional Pharmacy 25 N Commercial, Mankato: Kan. 66956 785-378-3183 Happy Easter Notice to Jewefl County Newell competes at national tonament Kale Newell competed inthe Brute Adidas Nationhl Wrestling Tourna- ment held in Kansas City. He placed sixth in the sophomore 138-pound di- vision out of a field of 26 wrestlers from across the Midwest. In his first match, he decisioned a wrestler from Minnesota, 6-2. In his second match, he pinned his opponent 'rom Missouri. In the quarter-finals, he met a wrestler from South Dakota and won, %7, in overtime. This advanced Kale to the semi- finals where he lost a close match, 7-4, to a wrestler from Indiana. This sent him to the consolation finals where he eventually placed sixth. He was awarded a certificate for 10th Grade Brute Adidas All Ameri- can Wrestler. Kale wrestled with the Smith Center team Coached by Brock Hutchinson and Mike Rogers. Jewell Invitational has 54-year history The 54th Jewell Invitational Track Meet was held Friday at the track and field in Beloit. With Jewell facing ei- ther consolidation with Rock Hills or a land transfer to Beloit, it seems to be an appropriate time to look back to the track meet's beginnings on April 15, 1955. The Jewell Invitational Track Meet was started to replace the Jewell County Track Meet. Eight schools were repre- sented at the first meet: Randall, Glen Elder, St. John's. Esbon, Caw'ker City, Mankato, Burr Oak and Jewell. Jewell High School's junior class was in charge of the concession stand at the first meet. Burr Oak High School won the meet with 59 points. Mankato came in sec- ond with 34 points. Other schools' scores were Cawker City 30, Glen EI- der 27, Randall 26, Esbon 24.5, St. John's 20.5, Jewell 19. The first place winners in each event were: pole vault - G. Warner, Burr Oak; 120 yard high hurdles- G. Warner, Burr Oak; 100 yard dash - L. Jones, Mankato; mile run - C. Warner, Burr Oak; shot put - Bigham, Randall; half- mile relay - Esbon: 440 yard dash - Heidrick. St. John' s: 180  ard dash - L. Jones. Mankato: high jump- G. Warner, Burr Oak. discus throw - Weeks. Cawker City; medley relay - Burr Oak: 220 yard dash - L. Jones. Mankato: broad .jump - Musgrove. Glen Elder: mile reta - Mankato: javelin throw - Meschner. Esbon. Report crimes without fear of retribution!l! CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-422-1494 i Fa.00mway Credit Union Mankato " I/nobseryanc "of ood Friday I .... I we will close at Noon , I .... I Friday, April 10 .... Sports Preview April 13-18 Jewell Jr-Sr High April 13: High School track a Bennington Aprit'14:Jr. High track. Ap'il'16: Jr. High track. 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