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. "- Steph Freitag: basketball 9, 10"; sponsor volleyball 9, 10; track 9", 10. uet Brady Grove: basketball 9, football e" from Page 4) 9", 10"; track 9", 10. Shane Healey: basketball 9, 10"; ~ifer Warnekinw basketball 9 football 9, 10"; track 9., 10. Girls' team results 5:50.65. ~'1~2.*; vo,eybail 9",10", !!*: Meghann Hickman: basketball 9, The Superior girls took 4th at the SulJerior's4 x 100 meter relay team ~'~K~., 10", 11", 12. 10"; track 9. Marysville Invitational Thursday by consisting of Warneking, Sweet, ~0er Wyatt: volleyball 9; Mindi Hoiling: volleyball 9, 10; scoring 79 points. Eitzmann and Brittanie Utecht won ~'"~mgl0*, 11., 12". track9, 10; wrestling 9*M, 10*M. B & B won the meet with 136 the gold with a time of 52.46. ~,~el~ Junior,s Kelsey Johnson: track 9*; cross points,Sabethawas2ndwithl09points Superior's4x400meterrelayteam Alexander. football I Ix" country 10". and Nemaha Valley came in 3rd with consisting of Hershberger, Williams, 0* !1" " ' KendraKaldahl:basketball9, 10"; 89points. Abby Schmidt and Sweet took 4th rl ' n'~Bouray: basketball 9; cross volleyball 9, 10; track 9", 10, The Marysville girls took 5th with with a time of 4:33.38. ~_ 10"; volleyball 9, 11. Valerie Keeling: basketball 9; vol- 71 points, Clay Center claimed 6th Hershberger took 4th in the 800 !,'][ _~ BOWer, wrestlin 11 leyball 9, 10. with 66 points and Concordia was 7th meter run with a time of 2:41.34. al g ~.B.~ns: football 11". Rebekka Kramp: basketball 9*M,with 3 points. Warneking came in 4th in the 200 "~ra. yah Chaput. cross count 10*M. Individual girls' results meter dash by posting a time of 28134. ~,il[ke.h.~rleader 11... ry Jenny Warneking won the gold ~llC0, ~r~an: basketball 9, 10; foot- Brent Moore: football 10, track 10. Superior's4x 200 meterrelay team Zach Pearson: football 9, 10. medal in the long jump with a leap of of Kelsey Johnson, Amber Reaves, J~l~u~jIl*; golf 9, 10, 11.' Amber Reaves: basketball 9, track 15' 9.75". Elizabeth Headrick and Williams fin- ~r~l~/~lWards: basketball 9, 10", 9", 10. Steph Frietag came in 5th !n the ished 4th with a time of 12:36.54. "~"vlleyball9, 10, 1 l;track9*, 10", Jennifer Rogers: basketball 9, vol- shot put with a heave of 35' 3.5 . Eitzmann ran to a 2nd place silver ~i/'i~lEe~ leybail 9, 10; trac, k 10. Wameking picked up a 3rd-place in the 300 meter low hurdles in 50.50. "ii basketball 9, 10" T.J. Sibert: cheerleader 9*, 10"; bronze in the triplejump by going 32' Boys' team results " n,:, 10* I 1 *; track 9", volleyball 9. 5.75". The Superior boys scored 64 points n'~iF Kirby Siebecker:basketball 9, 10"; Erin Eitzmann won the gold medal to claim 5th place at the Marysville ~,' .Uerhoff:basketball9 10*M; volleyball 9, 10. in the pole"vault by clearing the bar at Invitational. ~u_, I1,; track 9*M, 10*M. Joe Trapp: basketball 9, 10; foot- 10'. Kristen,Sweet took 4th with a Sabetha was Ist with 162.5 points ~q~n Hathaway: cross country ball 9", 10"; golf 9, 10. vault of 9' 8' and Amy Williams was and Marysville came in 2nd with 97.5 ~T~ ~*; wrestling 9*, 10" 11"; Jordan Tuma: basketball 9", 10"; 6th with a vault of 8'. points. i~10* I1, Eitzmann brought home the 3rd- [ . I, st~eltrnan: basketball 9, 10" football 9, 10*;golf9. Clay Center tallied 91 points to place bronze in the 100 meter high claim 3rd and Nemaha Valley scored Dusty Wulf: football 9, 10"; track hurdles with a time of 16.94. ~ll.;aA':"~tball"~ 9, 10", 11", track 9*, 10. 80 points to come in 4th. Thursday, May 8, 2003 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Freshmen Sweet ran tea 4th-place finish in B & B was 6th with 51 points and ~YJetensky. crosscount 9, 10, Kris Bargen: volleyball 9. the 100 meter dash in 13.75. Concordia was 7th with 23. ~'est!ing9.] 10" 11" ry AnnHershbergerbroughthomesil- football 9, 16, I1". Kyle Bouray: golf 9. Individual boys' results Matt Brazil: football 9; basketball verinthe 1600meterrunwithatimeof Tyson Gebers finished 5th in the i~,~)a.~m.YOun: basketball 9, 10", Superior, Thayer longjump with a distance of 19' 3.5'. ~'".~'oall 9*, 10", 1 ! *; track 9*, 9, golf 9. Jon Bruns: football 9, wrestling 9. Brett Walton won the silver medal Brett Christensen: football 9; bas- Central tie in dual in the high jump by clearing the bar at ~11~s.~t~ss~ctzlnge~.,ba ecOuntry9 l(~k ttrba~'gl0i- ketball 9; track 9. Blake Edwards: football 9; basket- SuperiorandThayerCentrallought 5' 8"andTimMeyerscamein4that5' It.. tea 173-173 tie at the Hebron Country 6". ; ~ Club April 28. ~l~eyers:basketball9, 10", I l*; ball 9; golf 9. Jared Mitchell took 6tb in the dis- Bryan Eggers: golf 9; football 9. Adam Peithman had the low round cus with a throw of 114' 6". ~;~J0*, ! I *; track 9*, 10" 11. Amber Eiseman: cross country 9"; of the day with a score o1"38. Shane Heale' y came" m" 4th and" I The five member Supe'nor Hlgh Schoo team of (from left) Tim Meyers, Zach Bruns, Richard Rogers, Adam i li,; v~.ntgomery: basketball 9, track 9. Individual scores for the Superior Walton 5thin the,po, le vault with vaults | Heitman and Brian Rempe, won first place at the 2003 State Envirotbon contest at the Niobrara State Park, May [ ~, ~,olleyball 9, 10* I !*. Elizabeth Headrick: cheerleading varsity were JoeIHenderson,43;Jerred of ! I' 8" and I 1 6' respectively. ] 3. As state champions, they earned the right to represent Nebraska at the International Envirothon in Emmitsbur9 | 010.Z' reterson, bask,~,r,,n o * Gebersfinished5thinthe 100meter 'l Md. in July. I ,~i,~o - ........ 10 Ehlers, 41; Joe Trapp, 48; Josh ~di ~Cuntry 9", 10"; golf9, 10, 9*; basketball 9; track 9; golf 9*. Ann Hershberger: volleyball 9; bas- Peterson, 46 and Matt Brazii 43. daShdVitmhHt'i~anl~aln'8tlo'a4th_place I 'FiveSouthCcntralNebraskaUni-compete, corr, peted on the state lcvcl. ] ~tlRenz'football9 10" II*:wres- ketball 9; track 9. TheSuperiorjuniorvarsityrecorded ...................... I fled District 5 students at Superior The Superior High School team The Superior group cniovcd ulc I |lnlsnlnme iouometerrunln3:u~4.9~. " .... n " a i i,htatth S{,ttcPuk l 20,;golf9,1,0,1i" . Marcus Johnson: h,otball 9, wres- a195-205 win. Inthe4xl00meterrelaySuperior's[ competed eat the 2003 State consisted ot Richard Rogers, Br, an I~lgl gFnd'ylg ;. ~" ;'.! tling 9*. Individual scores for the Superior ..... . ...... ', ,-, | Envirothon Contest on May 3 at the Rempe, Zach Bruns, Adam HeitmanThe contestants were trcated to some { ~.'~yla Rhoads: basketball 9; Levi Koss: football 9; basketball 9; junior varsity were Eric Krotzinger, teamo .................. o, brady orove,,.._:..,.t~yle ..... t.Jrove,,. :.. ! N,obrara State" Park. The Superior' and Tim' Meyers. Dave Barnard,' chap-" NatlveAmencancultunt" "" " bythc'l',,nt:a" I golf9. OldllllllUt ~.l.llO U~:UC/5 IIIIIblII~U dt|l III 1 ~r~r 9*; volleyball 9, 10, 11.. 43; Jordan Tuma, 49; Jed Renz, 51 ga'7~ | FFA lean, won lhe State Champion- ter advisor, is their coach. Highlights Indian tribe 'at a cookout, rl~l*lL? | IAI~!j Rogers: football 9 10 , Leslie Kile: cheerleading 9*; bas- Blake Edwards, 52 and Will Corman, "-"Elrad Grove Me ers, Shane I shipandcarncdtherighttorepresent for the team were winning the indi- NiobraraStatc Park is located whc)c i ~'wrestling 9*. 10" I1"; track 10, ketbali 9; track 9. 63. Healev'~Yd Darrin'Boury,, took4th in | Nebraska at the International vidual' plaques in range and soils and the Niobrara River meets the Mi~ [ ~,i~ieSwans Allie Marr: golf 9*; basketball 9. Superior attends me'~ 4- x" ,~uu ...... meter remy in".~ ..... ~o _~.~ I Envirothon in Emmitsburg,Md.,July placing state runner-up in the oral pre- souri River. The International c(~m [ ~Ybal on: basketball 9, 10 ; Samantha Myers:golf 9*; basket- ball 9. Blue ~ In'~t, atlon~ .... ~; ....... | Thccnvirothonisanenvironmen- tiontopic wasonthe sedimentation Mary's College m Maryland not fu~ I ~l.l~eln9, 10, 11".. Schmidt won the-old in tl~e 800 | 261o 31. sentation. This year soral presenta- petition will be held at Mortal ~L, ~;~ill,,.Sw.eet: basketball 9, 10", Kayla Porter: volleyball 9; basket- Fran~klin won the Blue Hill Golf meter run wlm a ume o~ L:O~.O,~. . . .... , ball 9. Invitational held at Red CIoud Apri129 ,..v *'~) ra ~" ~m'"" and I petitionforhighschoolstudents.The affectsthishasonagriculturalandlive- [ ~ "-yUall 9", 10" ! I*; track 9*, Su~erior's4x 800 meter rela,, team | talsocnceandnaturalresourcescom- problem in the NlobraraRiver and the from Washington, D.C. I el wleyers t~(U y, ~.cn lot ~2 TUrner: basketball 9, 10, II; 9. SamRempe:crosscountry9*;track with a team score of 329. Heitman w~'m the ,,old with a time of | contest has seven different areas- stock interests, town drinking water, Sponsors of the state envm,thol) | -- 19;track9 10 II RedCIoudcamein2ndwithascore o ~, s | range soil oolicv, aquatics, an oral the recreation industry and the scenic include Midwest laboratories, Ne | Ii~ieTu , , . Torie Robb: cheerleading 9*; vol- of 342 and the Superior junior varsity ,~' __ ..... I r)re'~e~tatk')~, forestry and wildlife, value of the river. Superior also re- braska Public Power, Valley Irri~- | ,, ~xu~er: wrestling I I leyball 9; basketball 9. claimed 3rd with a 349. upenor attenas [ [~ach team c~msists of five students, ceived the overall trophy. Wauneta- tion, the Nebraska Forestry Sc~v~,. I ~";v~,.w.a]!n: basketball 9 10", Sara Rogers: volleyball 9; Other teams, placing and scores i"t_,~;llm ll'v~,l-o~;~,~ol | :I:o comoete at ihe state level, the Palisade High School placed second the Nebraska Associati!,n el ~.~ I ~CoU~r0va!19; track 9", 10~', II; cheerleading9*, were4th, Palmer, 360;5th, Lawrence- .~ ........... I teammustqua,Hyatareglona, com- and Kaymono ~..e,ura, won t.e t,, u s u "e : . " " ~....~..~..~.~,~ ~a~v~v.,~.~,.,~uaL / " "'" - " ' ' '-' ' " .... ' ....... '-- "t':r'J -o-re- Districl theUnl~cl'.,ll~, q ~tan~- ,~' l u , 11 Evan Ross: football 9; basketball 9; Nelson, 364; 6th, Blue Hill, 362; 7th, ~uperlor was In the m~Odle el tl~e | " ' ~ Four enteams fromacross ace la ue The team of Annie Nebraska and the Nebraska ~ ~ _. , petmo~.~ re" , ,, P P q . , . " T,i;~"v Williams: basketball 9*, track 9. Shickley, 383; 8th, Clay Center, 383; packand finished m 8th placeatthe St.. ' I the state a,c .selcctcd. The students. . Laughlin, Peter Spirk, Oa e Marie,s. .... Growers AssociatI(m.. 'the l>w