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Williams runs in the 110 meter hurdles Tuesday at the Superior Eagles Meet at the Wildcat v JH girls, boys and take 3rd lace at the Adams gs, April 9. , :ral girts won the :  ii Minden was  t N i Superior scored 60.5 results girls fipished first in g first were: T, :, te vault; Eliza- 10", discus; Nikki meter run; Ann 18.% 800 meter run y team. for Superior were: vault; Hershberger, dash and Eggers, low hurdles. ngint home bronze jump;Abby triple jump; vu,, and All Marr, ,"th in the long )". ,lliams tied for jump going 26' 7". for Superior were: ', shot put; Laura .4, 800 meter run and Jami Mikelson, 32.4, 200 meter dash. Boys results The Adams Central boys won the meet scoring 97.5 points. Minden came in second with 61 points. Superior scored 57.5 points to finish third and Kenesaw came in fourth with 22 points. Superior boys finishing first were: Brett Walton, 5' 4", high jump; Evan Ross, 34 5.5 , triple jump, Ross, 8 6 , pole vault; Walton, 59.7, 400 meter dash and the Superior ! 600 meter relay team. Placing second for Superior were: Ross, 15' 11.5", long jump and Blake Edwards, 8', pole vault. Superior boys bringing home bronze were: Walton, 8', pole vault and Mike Smith, 13.5, 100 yard dash. Finishing fourth for Superior were: Marcus Johnson, 7' 6", pole vault; Brett Christensen, 103' 7", discus; Sam Rempe, 5:42.4, 1600 meter run, Christensen, 63.9, 400 meter dash and Christensen, 800 meter run. Superior boys coming in fifth were: Smith, 15' 3", long jump; Levi Koss, 13.6,100 rheter dash and Adam Kramp, 5:51.2, 1600 meter run. The Superior Jurlior High travels to Mankato today (Thursday) to compete in the Mankato Invitational. | ! 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Superior, Neb. 402-879-3204 1-800-821-4588 TRAINING CAMP YOUR ATHLETIC POTENTIAL USING NAL TRAINING TECHNIQUES R: ANDREW MASON all levels of athletes and biomechanics background ka Sports Acceleration Instructor speed, power, mechanics and functional strength z::i ; ability: power, explosion control: agility, quickness Conditioning and performance to injury of training and performance INCLUDE: exercise science background ,t collegiate athletes of varying sports ' 10 ? Any athlete junior high and up ltlkr ; " "E? Superior High School 1)i,'" ., 30 p.m. (Wednesday and Friday) --,JlliON? Eight Weeks (June and July) COST? $150 INTERESTED? 325.-8909 (evenings), or 402-879-3371 Superior reserves go to Red Cloud Quad The Superior reserves went to the Red Cloud Quadrangular April 10 and both the boys and the girls finished last out of seven team. Boys' results The Franklin boys won the met with 204 points. Hildreth-Wilcox came in second with 152 points. Red Cloud was third with 82 points and Clay Center was fourth with 52 points. Parkview-Christian scored 44 points to claim filth and Blue Hill came in sixth with 23 points. Superior came in seventh with 18 points. Eric Borden ran a 12.47 in the 100 meter dash to claim eighth. Brady Grove ran the 200 meter dash in 26.57 to take eighth. Kyle Grove took seventh in the shot put with a throw of 35'. Jared Mitchell threw the discus 114' 7" to take fifth place. Superior's 400 meter relay team took fifth with a time of 51.62 and the 1600 meter relay took seventh with a time of 4:15.23. Girls' results Hildreth-Wilcox won the Red Cloud Quadrangular with 127.5 points. Franklin came in second with 122.5 points and Red C!oud was third with 104.5. Clay Center claimed fourth place with 94 points, Blue Hill fifth with 56 points and Parkview Christian sixth with 37 points. Superior scored 31.5 points and took seventh, Lauren Williams ran the 100 meter hurdles in 18.59 to claim eighth place. Jessica Kinyoun took seventh place in the 200 meter dash in 29.0. Williams picked up another eight- place finish in the 300 meter hurdles in 1:00.22. Stephanie Freitag threw the shot put 32' 3.5" to finish sixth and Amber Reaves finished in seventh with a heave of 32'. Gina Edwards took second in the high jump by clearing the bar at 4' 6". Holly Walton tied for fourth by going 4' 6". She had more misses. Megan Hickmann took seventh- place in the long jump with a leap of 13' 2.25". Kendra Kaldahl took eighth in the triple jump with a distance of 28' 8". Superior took seventh in the 400 meterrelay in 58.9 and fifth in the 1600 meter relay in 5:31.45. Superior's Travis Rogers sprints for the finish line in the 200 meter dash in Tuesday's Superior Eagles Meet at the Wildcat Community Track. DANA F. COLE & COMPANY, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Raelyn D. Miller, C.P.A. 213 East 3rd Superior, Neb 68978 402-879-4761 Fax 402-879-4938 e-mail: miller@ danacole.com Business Is Great ...... And We're Looking For More! Reminder... First Half 2001 Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes are delinquent May 1, 2002 Courthouse office hours are: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday Please note: Courthouse will be closed on Arbor Day, Friday, April 26 Vicki K. Ensign Nuckolls County Treasurer PO Box 363, Nelson Neb. 68961-0363 Classical League W L Price's .................................. 74 38 Chief Electric ...................... 58 54 Bradshaw Electric ............. .-. 55 56 SFMC .................................. 55 57 Tucker's .............................. 49 62 Jensby's ............................... 44 68 Individual high game: Cheryl Vap, 198: high score series: Jan Ehlers, 519: Team high handicap game: SFMC. 2,745; high team score: Price's. 2.265. Joseph's Catholic Altar Society presents 'Summer Magic' Salad luncheon & Card party 1 Wednesday, April 24 Lunch 11 a.m.- 1:30 p.m Cards 1 - 3 p.m. *** Door' Prizes *** Tickets: $6.00 1415 California St., Superior, Neb :kets available from'Altar Society member's, at Menke or at the Thursday, April 18, 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Superior's Brittanie Utecht is in the pack as all the runners stretch for the string in the 100 meter dash in Tuesday's Superior Eagles Meet at the Wildcat Community Track. Area athletes recognized for outstanding results Athletes from the South Central Nebraska area were recently recog- nized for their outstanding perfor- mances in the 2001 National Athletic Testing Program, NATP. The NATP measures and individual's raw ath- letic talent and is based on collegiate and professional testing protocols. Test results are compared to scores nation- wide and are used as a baseline for athletic performance improvement. Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital's Sports Medicine Program sponsors the NATP for the South Central Nebraska area. Close to 800 athletes from 14 area high schools went through the testing during the fall of 2001. Athletes plac- ing among the top 100 nationally in- clude: Douglas Wehrman. Lawrence/Nel- son HS. 11 th grade, 1.641; Corbin Biltoft. 12th grade, Lawrence/Nelson HS. 1,549; Bryce Blecha, Superior High School, 12th grade, 1,535; Tyson Gebers, Superior High School, 1 lth grade, 1,392; Kirk Peterson, Lawrence/ Nelson HS, 12th grade, 1,365. Erin Eitzmann, Superior High School, 10th grade, 826; Jenny Menke, Lawrence/Nelson HS, 10th grade, 822. Brenda Brockman, Lawrence/Nelson HS, 10th grade, 785; Renee Faimon, Lawrence-Nelson HS, 11 th grade, 708; Casey Baker, Superior High School, 12th grade, 703. The test identifies raw athletic strengths and weaknesses by testing four major components; upper body power, lower body power, speed and acceleration and agility. A NATP In- dex score is computed using an equa- tion that allows athletes of different sizes to be compared at the same level. Each athlete's scores are compared with scores of athletes across the na- tion by percentile rankings with the athlete's gender, age group and speci- fied sport position. NATP testing s a complimentary service provided by Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital's Sports Medicme Program. NATP testing is conducted on an annual basis. [I w.o.rr, ll[.h,,,pA...n.rd,.M ! Office Supplies Foot Specialist- Foot Surgeon Superior Publishing Co. 416 N. Minnesota Ave. Hastings, Neb. 68901 402-879-3292 Call 402-4622788 for appointments l l 11 WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE Tuesday, May 14 leff Kinyoun District #1 County Commissioner Ad paid for by Jeff Kinyoun GENERAL NOTICE NOXIOUS WEEDS MUST BE CONTROLLED YOU ARE REQUIRED TO CONTROL NOXIOUS WEEDS ON YOUR PROPERTY THE NOXIOUS WEEDS ARE: MUSK THISTLE, PLUMELESS THISTLE, CANADA THISTLE, LEAFY SPURGE, KNAPWEED (SPOTTED AND DIFFUSE), AND PURPLE LOOSESTRIFE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THIS 17TH DAY OF APRIL 2002, pursuant to the Noxious Weed Control Act, section 2-955, subsection l(a), to every person who owns or controls land in Nuckolls County, Nebraska, that noxious weeds being or growing on such land shall be controlled at such frequency as to prevent establishment, provide eradication, or reduce further propagation or dissemination of such weeds. Upon failure to observe this notice, the county weed superintendent is required tO: 1.Proceed pursuant to the law and issue legal notice to the landowner of property infested with noxious weeds giving such landowner 15 days to control the noxious weed infestation. Conviction for noncompliance may result in a $100.00 per day fine to the landowner with a maximum fine of $1,500.00 or 2.Should more immediate control be required, proceed pursuant to the law and have the weeds controlled by such method as he / she finds necessary, the expense of which shall constitute a lien and be entered as a tax against the land, and be collected as other real estate taxes are collected, or by other means as provided by law. The public is also hereby notified that noxious weed seed and propagative parts may be disseminated through the movement of machinery and equipment, trucks, grain and seed, hay, straw, nursery stock, fencing materials, sod, manure, and soil as well as articles of similar nature. Methods of treatment have been prescribed by the Director of Agriculture and may be obtained from the county weed control authority. BY ORDER OF THE NUCKOLLS COUNTY WEED CONTROL AUTHORITY