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Thur.sday, April 29. 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Superior's Ty Betka concentrates before the beginning of a race earlier this season at Wildcat Track. Betka, a sophomore, is primarily a short distance runner who also competes in the long jump and triple jump. Photo by Bethany Brittenham. Raider track team competes at Blue Hill invitational The Lawrence-Nelson High School track team competed at the Blue Hill invitational, track meet on April 20. Girls team scores - Sandy Creek- Clay Center'132. Blue Hill 119.25. Franklin 73. Lawrence-Nelson 63. Osborne (Kan3 51.5, Silver Lake 45. Doniphan-Trumbull 39.25 Boys team scores - Osborne (Kan.) 148. Sandy Creek-Clay Center 108. Silver Lake 78, Doniphan-Trumbull 69, Blue Hill 69, Lawrence-Nelson 49, Franklin 13. Sandy Creek-Clay Center JV 10. Girls individual Long jump - NatashaWehrman fifth 13-11. High jump - Kelsey Biltoft third 4- 9, Natasha Wehrman fifth 4-8. Shot put- Kelsey Himmelberg fifth 32-4.75. Discus - Kelsey Himmelberg sixth 79-8. 100 meter hurdles - Kristin Drudik third 17.6. 100 meter dash - Marissa Kovanda fourth 13.9. 300 meter intermediate hurdles - Kristin Drudik fourth 52.28. The Superior High School Golf team for 2010 includes, back row (from left): Christian Freeman, Aaron Leibel, Zac Dressman, Rhys Williams, Luke Renz, Ross Utecht, Alex Thayer and Austin Shipman, (front row) Coach Ryan Butler, Chris Carter, Gavin Caldwell, Brody Wulf, Levi Smith, Darrell Headrick, Trevor Hoins, Trent Richardson and Trevor SIoan. Not pictured: Josh Heilman and Nathan Wilt. 400 meter dash - Brittany Miller fifth 1:09. 800 meter run - Kara Himmelberg third 2:40.6. Kasandra Fanning sixth 2:49.3. 1.600 meter run - Lisa Pohlmeier third 6:13.32. 3.200 meter run - Kenzee Kucera sixth 15:06. 4 x 100 relay - Kristin Drudik. Kelsey Biltoft, Brittany Miller and Marissa Kovanda third 57.1 4 x 400 relay - Lisa Pohlmeier, Brittany Miller. Kara Himmelberg and Natashe Wehrman third 4:35.3. 4 x 800 relay - Kara Himmelberg, Lisa Pohlmeier. Chelsie Stemper and Kasandra Fanning second 10:57.8. Boys individual High jump - Jared Reiman tied for 4th 5-4: Shot put- Addison McCartney sixth The Superior wrestling club pictured in their newly-pumhased uniforms: (back row, from left) coach T.J. Morris, Amber Pedersen, Bryce Jurgensmier, Ethan Roberts, Harlan Reed, Bryson M0ffet, Hunter Healey, coach Howard Reed; (middle, from left) Ryan Coleman, Preston Wulf. Adam Baker, Cale Frahm. Lane Morris. Ethan Beale, Ezra Morris, Chase Morris, Jarret Roesti, Jackson Gilbert; (front, from left) Isaac Meyer, Dylan Blackstone, Ezekiel Meyer, Connor Blackstone, Taran Zoltenko, Aaron AIIgood, Austin Roberts, Marshall Baumbach, Anders Webber, Kit Wagner. Not pictured: Caden Roberts, Zade Hansen, Dakota Smith, Jacob Sunday. Wrestling club wraps up season organization. The Huskerland wrestling program celebrated its 25th anniversary this year. Superior wrestling club is a char- ter member of the Huskerland pro- gram. During the state meet they rec- ognized charter member teams. Kelly Baker was Superior coach when the Huskerland program was started. The Superior wrestling club began practice in early February. They at- tended tournaments as a group at Adams Central. Thayer Central. Sandy Creek. Sutton and Harvard. Seven of the wrestlers attended the Huskerland State Tournament in Hastings. Those attending the state meet were Ethan Roberts. Harlan Reed. Lane Morris. Ezra Morris. Chase Morris. Ethan Beale and Adam Baker. Chase Morris placed second at the state meet. The wrestling club ended the sea- son Sunday with a skating party. Dur- ing the skating party, the wrestlers and their parents presented coach Reed and coach Morris with gifts in appreciation of their time and dedication to the Nuckolls County Courthouse will be closed Friday, April 30 in observance of Arbor Day In Honor of our 16 *h Annive Salurday through Saturday May I- 38-10. Discus - Derek Harrington second 132-6. 400 meter dash - David Kimminau fifth 57.75. 800 meter run - Jason Pohlmeier first 2:12.5. 1.500 meter run - Jared Reiman fifth 5:25.0, Emet Fannin2 sixth 5:25.4. 3.200 meter run - Jared Reiman third 11:10.3. 4 x 100 relay - Cody Bolte, T.J. Kahman. Jared Kucera and David Kimminau fourth 49.03. 4 x 400 relay - Cody Bolte. David Kimminau. Jason Hubl and Jason Pohlmeier second 3:47.97. 4 x 800 rela) - Jared Reiman, Emet Fanning, Addison McCartney and Ja- son Pohlme,,er fourth 9:12.8, Highland By lvaLee Jacobitz Last Wednesday LaVeta Porter. Muriel Follmer. Uyvonne Knehans and Ivalee Jacobitz attended the salad lun- cheon held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Superior. Emily Jacobitz spent the remainder of the afternoon with Ivalee. They visited Mo!lie Switzer. an old acquaintance of Ivalee. Ron and LaVeta Porter played bridge at the Don Bucscher home Thursday. They attended the FFA Ban- quet Friday LaVeta called on Muriel Saturday; Uyvonne joined them for visiting. Dennis Folhner had supper with Muriel Friday. Kathy and Betty Adamson were evening viskors, Mrs. Darrell Jenen was a coffee guest of Uyvonne Monday. Randy and Jackie Porter and Ross were Saturday supper guests of LaVeta and Ron Porter. Sunday evening, LaVeta and Ron attended a Card party at the home of Darrell and Donna Jensen. Tony Crifasi. Little Rock. Ark.. and Sam Troia. Omaha. visited Muriel Follmer Monday. They are nephews of Don. They visited the cemeteries and the farm where Muriel lived and had lunch with Muriel. Tuesday. Muriel and Uyvonne took supper to share with Pam and Sandy, daughters of Fern Troudt. Sherone Sader and parents. Jim and Ardis Quick of Seattle. Wash., visited Ivalee Jacobitz and Evan Tuesday DOG-EARED FENCE PANELS 8-ft.wide x G-ft. tall Built in Superior e Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m Saturday, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 155 N. Central, Superior, NE 68978 402-879-3296 evening. Ivalee attended funeral ser- ner Sunday given by the Community vices for Golda Duffy at Guide Rock Club and ',he Visions ofthe Universe at Friday morning. Dan Jacobitz stopped the Library. by several times during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Clements and, Ron and LaVeta Porter_ Muriel girls. Drew and Danielle Cassell were Folhner. Uyvonne Knehans, Sharon home for the weekend. and Gene Buresh. and Ivalee Jacobitz Marvin Honeycutt visited John and attended the Community Club soup Donna Jensen Saturday afternoon. dinner Sunday. Peggy and Don Cassell Donna visited Ivalee Jacobitz Sunday and much of their famil also attended afternoon. the dinner. Eldrick and Elsie Grummert re- Deweese By Rosalie Black i ceived word that Norman Sltaw. 84, of Prosser. Wash., died Feb. 19.2-19-10. He was born at Mr. Clare. graduated Megan Black was a weekend visi-' from Nelson in 1943. and was married tot of Brenda. Taylor and Bailey to Wilma Dillon. He is survived by Hansen. Megan was there to do the three children, nine grandchildren and girls hair [:or prom! one sister. Ann and Travis Kennedy of Omahg Friday guests of Eldrick and Elsie were weekend visltors of Dean: were Roger and Norma Nunnenkamp, Kennedy. They went bowling and goll?: Hilsboro. Ore. They all helped Steve ing. Becker celebrate his birthday at the Rod Fair of Red Cloud was a Sun; Superior American Legmn in the day wsitor of the Dan Black Family !: evening. Sunday the Nunnenkamps BobBlackwasaweekendvisitorol attendedtheOliveHillChurch Norma Dan Black and Ryan Black. was raised in the Olive Hill area. Her A baseball clinic was held last Sat5 parents,and grandparents had also at- urday in Fairfield. tended th: church when they lived m the Olive Hill commumty. The days that make us happy make Eldrick and Elsie attended the din- us wise l:Sup00r Pharmacy 348 N. Ce tra Ave.,Superior Neb., 68978 / 402"879"4234 1 1 Open 8:30 a,m.- 5:30 p,m.. Mondiay-Saturday 1 l Open Thursday evening to 7:30 p,m, l tM Lane Hawley, Pharm. D. and Stacy Souerdyke, Pharm. D. |J Volunteers The $ s I ital Board Directors