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L-N golfers play at Thursday, April 23, 2015 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Ied Cloud tourney Lawrence-Nelson Raider track teams The Lawrence-Nelson Raiders golf Bobasteam took to the road last WednesdaYtheYBohrerheadedMemorialtO Red ClOUdHigh Schoolfr the compete at Franklin Invite, Del Wicks Golf Tournament. The Raiders fin- ished in seventh place in the 13 team The Lawrence-Nelson Raider girls meter dash, 400 meter dash and threw Kile, Thayer, Burger and K. Menke meter run. K. Menke took secondplace field with a team score of 402 for the 18 and boys track teams took part in the the discus. Tim Herbek ran the 400 took third place. The 4 x 400 meter honors in the shot put and took part in hole event. Franklin Invitational track meet at meter dash. Jacob Schultz was in the relay team of Ward, Frahm-Thayer, C. the 200 meter dash. M. Menke finished The four lowest scores are used to Franklin, Tuesday, April 7. The boys 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Henry Mazour and H. Menke took third. The fourth in the 3200 meter run. Frahm- determine the team score. Bryce finished in l0th place with 15points Himmelberg ran the l 600 meter event. 4 x 800 meter relay team of Thayer had a fourth place finish in the BuescherledtheRaiderswithhisround while the girls team took first place Molly McCartney secured first Himmelberg, Miller, C. Mazour and 100 meter hurdles, was sixth in the 300 of 96. Kevin Schroer was one stroke with 101 points. The teams visited place medals in the 1500 and 3200 McCartney. meter hurdles and competed in the ! behind at 97. Dakota Frahm-Thayer Superior, Thursday, for the Del Wicks meter runs. Harlie Himmeiberg took For the boys team at the Del Wicks long jump. Miller took sixth place in posted around of 99. Jay Hewitt closed Invitationalmeet, sponsoredbyDeshler first place honors in the 800 meter run meet, Karmazin took fourth place in the 800 meter run. H. Menke earned out his l S hole tour with a score of l l0. High School and held at Superior's and was second in the 1600 meter run. the 100 and 300 meter hurdles and sixth place in the 100 meter hurdles Anders Jensen carded a round of 111 Wildcat Community Track. The boys Kelsey Menke locked up first place in finished in fifth place in the long jump. and ran the 300 meter hurdles. Burger for the event, team tied for seventh place with 27 the triple jump and took second place Biltoft was sixth in the long jump and was in the long jump and the 200 meter points. The girls team finished in third in the 200 meter dash and shot put. took part in the long jump. Kucera was run. K. Mazour participated in the shot Superior students place with 72.5 points. HaleyMenkewasfifthinthe400meter entered in the long jump. Judea put and discus. Epley entered the shot At Franklin, ColtonBiltoftfinished dash and ran the 100 and 300 meter Himmelbergtookpartinthelongjump put, discusandl600meterrun.Thayer win at Invention in second place in the triplejump with hurdles. Delia Burger was fourth in and 100 meter dash. Micah Dolnicek ran the 100 meter hurdles, the 100 Convention a combined distance of 38'. He took the 200 meter dash and competed in was an entrant in the triple jump and meter dash and was a pole vaulter. Kile sixth place in the long jump with his the long jump. Cherokee Frahm-Thayer 200 meter dash. Drudik tossed the shot ran the 100 meter dash. Tockey com- Elaine Miller accompanied a group leapofl7-11.5"CodyByersposteda was in fourth place in the 300 meter put. Buschkoetter threw the discus and peted in the highjump and the 100and of 29 Superior school students to sixthplacefinishinthe200meterdash hurdles, sixthinthe 100 meter hurdles ran the 100 and 200 meter dashes. 200 meter dashes. G. Herbek was an Hastings, Thursday. They were taking with his time of 25.6 seconds. The 4 x and took part in the long jump. Alyssa Kathman ran the 400 meter dash and entrant in the 100and200meterdashes. Weslynn Williams and dayden Mohler (left), Superior Elemntary School part in the Invention Convention, pry- 100meterrelayteamofPeytonDrudik, Miller finished fifth in the 800 meter threw the discus. Byers ran the 100 Wardjoined the fields ofthe 300 meter students with their invention, 'Heated Hands'. The pair were awarded first seated by Educational Service Unit 9. Riley Kucera, Byers and Gavyn run and participated in the 400 meter meter dash. Tim Herbek ran the 400 hurdles and the 400 meter dash place in Division IV for their creation at the Invention Convention, held at The event was held at the North shore Buschkoettertookfifthplacewiththeir dash. Mackinley Thayer threw the meter dash. Jacob Schultz entered the Hastings, Thursday. AssemblyofGodChurch. Atotalof70 time of 51.1 seconds. The 4 x 400 discus, ran the 100 meter hurdles and 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Henry entries from 101 student inventors meter relay team of Drudik, Biltoft, took sixth place in the 100 meter dash. Himmelberg ran the 3200 meter run were displayed and demonstrated by Tim Herbek and Byers finished in sixth Katie Mazour tossed the shot put and The4x 100meterrelayteamofDrudik, their creators. Students from Wallace, place, threw thediscus. Hayden Epley threw Kucera, Byers and Buschkoetter fin- Alcott, Hawthorne, Longfellow, The following competitors did not the discus, tossed the shot put and ran ished fifth. The 4 x 400 meter A relay Morton, Watson and York took part. place in the point standings. Judea the 1600 meter run. Kaytlyn Tockey team ofDrudik, Biltoft, T. Herbekand Several Superior students received Himmelberg particpated in the long ran the 100 meter dash and was in the Byers finished fourth. The 4 x 400 awards for their work. In Division one, jump and 200 meter dash. Kucera took high jump. Morgan Menke competed meter B relay team of Drudik, Biltoft, Tatum Sullivan and Hallie Bergen were part in the long jump. Micah Dohinicek in the 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Gabi Schultz and T. Herbek earned a third awarded third place toy their 'Fabric competed in the triple jump and the Herbek was in the 100 and 200 meter place finish. Hopscotch, 300" invention. 200 meter dash. Buschkeotter threw dashes. Maekayla Ward ran the 400 Molly McCartney paced the girls Competition was in four divisions the discus, tossed the shot put and ran meter dash and the 300 meter hurdles, team with first place finishes-in the representing firstthrougheighthgrade, the 100 meter dash. Drudik tossed the Abby Kile took part in the 800 meter 1600 and 3200 meter runs. H. Weslynn Williams and Jayden Mohler shot put. Lane Kathman ran the 100 run. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Himmelberg took second in the 800 were awarded first place in Division IV for their "Heated Hands" creation. Teghan Sullivan and Sierra Blackburn "SaverWere secondjacket.,,place ThirdWinnerSplaceWith theirws Photos from Superior's D ti, ar_cipation in the ...... : ........ awarded to Morgan Theis and Kaylee annual 'Invention Convention; in Hastings Flaata for their creation of "De-cor- ner." Tage Rothchild received the Inno- vation Award for his "Head Sling." ii The works were judged by volun- : Company,teer engineers Hastings. from the Dutton-Lainson , ! Summer couples golf league starting again in Nelson "Don' t say you're not good enough to join us," said Sally Uhrmacher. Superior school students Sierra Blackburn and Teghan Sullivan with their invention 'Saver Jacket' which was ..... awarded second place in Division IV at the Invention Convention held in Hastings, Thursday. , Handmaps are hgured on your score, : .... so everyone has an equal opportunity. ::.:... We're just all about having a fun : " and relaxing evening." , :. P The summer couples golf league will be organizing Friday, May 8. They will meet at Elk Creek Country Club in Nelson at 7:30 p.m. to draw for part- ners and form two couple teams for the season. League play begins May 29. , The only requirement is players ;  .... { f must be paid members of Elk Creek  | Country Club. Tho:e interested in join- ing should contact Dale and Sally ,, ,: Uhrmacher or Chuck and DeAnna  ...... ;. Tuttle. " ' , ,  ...... g, :i, :,;!: i i ).'./: : Superior school student Tags Rothchild won the Innovation Award for his invention "Head Sling," at the Invention .... : Convention, held at Hastings, Thursday. :. ":% ,:-,;::.. Tatum Sullivan and Hallie Bergen Superior Elementary School students, with their invention, 'Fabric :: i{:::!: (left) :ii:i::: Hopscotch, 3000', which was awarded third place in Division I, at the Invention Convention, held at Hastings, T/hursday. CITY OF SUPERIOR CLEANUP PROJECT Dumpsters will be located at South Central in Old Water Plant Yard For use by Superior Residents Only and must sign in. Harlie Himmelberg is aboutto cross the finish line at the Deshler Del Wicks Invitational held Thursday at the Su- perior Wilcat Community Track. She took first place honors in the 800 meter run and was second in the 1600 meter run. Need a back issue of this newspa- per or a current copy of the newspa- pers published at Courtland, Belleville, Deshler, Hebron, Red Cloud and Nelson, they are available at The Ex- press office. M&R Bookkeeping and Tax Service, LLC 454 N. Bloom Street P.O. Box 424 Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4764 mrbkkeeping@ h0tmaii.c0m Kristin Sunday,:E.A. Marity0000 ?eters0n Kaylee Flaata (left) and Morgan Theis with their invention, 'De-Corner,' at the Invention Convention held at Hastings, Thursday. the pair were awarded third place in Division IV. Nuckolls County Foundation James B. Nichols Student Loans Qualifications: Nuckolls or Jewell County Graduate Junior, Senior or Post-Graduate College Student For Information and-or application, contact: Lois Sullivan: 402-879-4387 Eleanor Stiles: 402-879-3302 John Hedge: 402-225-2341 Available April 29 through June 3 Monday, Wednesday, Friday. 4-7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m to noon $10.00 per Load - Regardless of Size of Load ITEMS NOT ALLOWED No Yard Waste No Household Daily Garbage No Hazardous Wastes, i.e. no liquids, propane tanks, etc.- No Asbestos No buildings OR Houses - No Siding/Shingles NO TIRES 16.15 Paint cans must be empty and dry{ NOTE******DO NOT PUT ANYTHING IN GARBAGE BAGS!! The City is providing these dumpsters for the residents of Superior in an effort to clean up Superior! PLEASE DO NOT ABUSE THE RULES. Violators may be prosecuted. Ouestions or Need Help? - Call City Clerk's Office at 402-879-4713.