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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 13, 2010 Area students earn NSAA academic all-state awards The Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) recognizes Ne- braska high school students who have earned 2010 NSAA spnng academic all-state awards. This NSAA program recognizes students who meet the cri- teria for nomination by their school in the season of their activity. The following leadership and schol- arship guidelines apply to all of the students receiving this honor: A nominated student must be a varsity player or organizational leader who has played a significant role on the team or in the organizational activ- ity that season. A nominated student must have a minimum cumulative grade point av- erage, in all curricular subjects, of 3.7 on a 4.0-point scale or the equivalent (93 percent or A-). NSAA member schools may nomi- nate two students tbr each NSAA-spon- sored activity. Among this year's recipients for spring activities are: Deshler - Gag.e Baker, Thomas Vonderfecht, Tlttany Herbek and Bethany Meyer, track and field; Cassandra Mohrmann. golf; Danny Row and Hannah Maschmann, music. Lawrence-Nelson Derek Harrington, Jason Pohlmeier, Brittany Miller and Lisa Pohlmeier, track and field; Kate Brown and Christa Ostdiek. music. Sandy Creek - Austin Hoy, Ashlee Harms and Keri Shaw, track and field: Andrew Davis and Preston Hild, mu- sic. Superior JH track team ends season at conference meet The Superior junior high school track team completed their season last week at the conference meet at Tri- County. With 12 schools in the confer- ence, this was the largest meet of the season for the Superior junior high athletes. Placing from Superior were Alex Meyer, second in discus and breaking her own school record with a throw of 103-7; and Jaysa Hoins who placed second in the 800 meter run (2:39.29) and third in the triple jump (29-3.50). Superior athletes who placed in the top 10 were: Makayla Utecht 800 sev- enth 2:45.49, Jaysa Hoins 400 seventh 1:09.3, Alex Meyer shot put seventh 28-4. Colton May high jump seventh 4-8, Lyndsay Brown shot put 10th 25- 8, Lyndsay Brown discus 10th 68-3. Personal bests: Claire Dressman 100 , hurdles. Jaysa Hoins tri pie jump and 800, Lyndsay Brown discus, Alex Meyer discus and shot put, Makayla Utecht 800, Caleb Isom shot put and discus, Bryce Jurgensmier 200 and400, Logan Lipker 200. Taz Manchester 400 and 800. Clay Henderson shot put, boys 4 x 100 relay (Logan Lipker, Colton May, Chase Jensby and Clay Henderson), boys 4 x 400 relay (Colton May, Chase Jensby, Taz Manchester and Clay Henderson), girls 4 x 400 relay (Alex Meyer, Lyndsay Brown, Morgan Frahm and Chelsea Renz. "Most events had more than 30 athletes competing. I felt we performed well for the competition we were go- ing against," said coach Carla Hoins. "The team had 18 personal bests and that's a great way to end the season. Our goal all year long was to improve from meet to meetand they did a super job of improving all season. For the season, we had 68 persorlai bests." Five archers from Superior Public Schools traveled to Louisville, Ky., to compete in the Archery in the Schools national tournament. Each qualified for nationals by placing in the top five at the Nebraska state tournament. From left, Jacob Hawley shot a 263, Angle Miller shot a 148, Harley Schuster 252, Kendra Schiermeyer 244 and Catera Nondorf 224. They had a total of 26 bulls eyes (10s). There were 7,291 archers from 46 states, three Canadian provinces and th'ree other countries at the national corn petition this year. The program was started in March 2002 in 21 Kentucky schools and has grown to 7,400 schools in 46 states and four other countries Australia, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand. National Safety council records indicate archery is safer than every ball sport taught in schools except table tennis. I ii II I I II Sell r s!!! 402-879-3291 SeeMng Donations The Superior Park and Pool Board is seeking donations and planning fund raisers toward the purchase of the Mariner 10-ft. open flume slide. The actual ride is 30-ft. g, making two complete rounds before emptying into 5-6-ft. water depth. Donations may be deposited ,into the a'0unt'for Nuckolls County Foundation (Specify "Pool slide project" ) Central National Bank-Superior Note: The Nuckolls County Foundation is a 501C3. Your donation may be tax deductible. Any unused funds will be applied to the pool tilt for wheelchair patrons. Russ Snyder invitational track meet held Thursday at Sandy (;reek The Russ Snyder invitational track meet was held Thursday. Girls team scores- Blue Hill 141.33. Meridian 103, Lawrence-Nelson (LN) 86.33, Kenesaw 82.33, Bruning-Dav- enport-Shickley (BDS) 73, Harvard 37. Boys team scores - Blue Hill 121. Kenesaw 118, Bruning-Davenport- Shickley (BDS) 87, Meridian 78. Lawrence-Nelson (LN) 77, Harvard 43. Following are individual placings of athletes within our readership area: Girls 4 x 400 relay - LN first 4:26.80, BDS fourth 4:54.50. 4 x 800 relay - LN first 11:08.10. BDS fifth 13:47.40. 200 meter dash - Marissa Kovanda LN sixth 30.60. 400 meter dash - Brittany Miller N third 1:08.40, Taylor Houck BDS )urth 1:09.60. Chelsie Stemper LN fth 1 : 10.10, Zoey Messman BDS sixth 10.60. 100 meter hurdles - Kristin Drudik N first 16.60. Cynthia Mick BDS ,cond 16.80. Erika Schroeder BDS drd 17.10. 300 meter hurdles - Cynthia Mick DS first 50.50, Kristin Drudik LN third 51.10. 800 meter run - Kasandra Fanning LN second 2:39.90, Megan Zoucha BDS sixth 3:31.90. 1.600 meter run - Erika Schroeder BDS first 5:59.30, Lisa Pohlmeier LN third 6:15.10, Mikelyn Wallace BDS fifth 6:47.50. 3.200 meter run - Kenzee Kucera LN second 14:35.10, Ashley Hinrichs BDS fourth 15:41.90, Laura Wehrman LN fifth 16:49.10, Longj ump - Natasha Wehrman LN fourth 14-0.50. High jump - Natasha Wehrman LN third 4-10. Kelsey B iltoft LN sixth 4-4. Pole vault- CynthiaMick BDS first 9-10 (new record), Tara Paveika BDS sixth 6-6. Discus - Abby Miller BDS second 85-01. Brittney Skinner LN sixth 77-4. 4 x 100 relay - LN third 56.30, BDS fifth 1:03.60. Boys 4 x 400 relay - LN second 3:44, BDS fifth 4:04.80. 4 x 800 relay - LN first 9:27.60, BDS third 9:39.20. 100 meter dash - William Mick BDS fourth 12.00. 200 meter dash -Brody Bowman BDS sixth 24.90. 400 meter dash - Cody Bolte LN second 54.80, Jason Pohlmeier LN third 55.70, Derek Swartzendruber BDS fourth 56.00, Luke Christensen BDS fifth 56.10. 300 meter hurdles- Mitch Schroeder BDS second 43.90. High jump- Derek Swartzendruber BDS first 5-10, Jared Remian LN fifth 5-00. Pole vault - William Mick BDS first 13-8.25 (new record), Karson Kovacek BDS second 10-6. Shot put - Addison McCartney LN first 43,2, Jose Gamboa BDS fourth 40-11.50, Jason Hubl LN fifth 38-10. Discus - Derek Harrington LN third 118-01, Jose Gamboa BDS fifth 109- 05. 4 x 100 relay - LN third 48.30. BDS fifth 1:03.50. 800 mete run Derek Swartzendruber BDS third 2:21.20, Jacob Himmelberg LN sixth 2:31. 1,600 meter run - Mitch Schroeder BDS first 5:15.50, Jared Reiman LN third 5:19.80, Emet Fanning LN fifth 5:23.20. 3,200 meter run - Jared Reiman LN first I'1:03.30. Long jump - Spencer Waiters BDS second 19-3.75. S S track teams compete B-D-S track athletes at Sutton invitational to compete at state meet in Gothenburg The Superior High School track teams competed at the Sutton invita- tional Thursday. Girls team scores - Sandy Creek (SAN) 132, Milford 114, Sutton 95, Heartland 92, Superior (SUP) 82.50. Hastings JV 5.50. Boys team scores - Milford 189, Sandy Creek (SAN) 122, Sutton 94, Superior (SUP) 62, Heartland 35. Hastings JV 27, Sandy Creek JV 3. Following are individual placings of athletes in :ur readership area: Girls 100 meter dash - Montana Hayes SUP third 13.41. Sidney Price SUP fifth 13.78. 200 meter dash - Keri Shaw SAN first 26.80. Montana Hayes SUP third 27.82. Kayla Klatt SUP fifth 28.50. 400 meter dash - Keri Shaw SAN first 1:01.38. Kayla Klatt SUP fourth 1:04.16. A shlee Harms SAN sixth 1:05.84. 100 meter hurdles- Keri Shaw SAN first 16.24. Madison Miller SUP sixth 21.40. 300 meter hurdles - Am anda Katen SAN fifth 57.75. 800 meter run - Mikaela Shaw SAN first 2:26.37. Cierra Tompkin SAN fifth 2:40.63. 1,600 meter run - Brooke Yates SAN second 6:03.97. 3,200 meter run - Brooke Yates SAN first 13:01.66. Long jump - Stacia Gebets SUP first 15-4, Tori Wheeler SAN second 15-1.50. Breanna Bailey SAN third 14-3, Taryn Betka SUP sixth 13-3.50. Triple jump - Ashlee Harms SAN first 34-1. Stacia Gebers SUP fourth 31-11. High jump -Tori Wheeler SAN second 4-1.10. Haley Gebers SUP fourth 4-8, Mikaela Shaw SAN sixth 4-6. Pole vault - Montana Hayes SUP second 8-6, Taryn Betka SUP sixth 7- 0./ Shot put- Abby Sorensen SAN first ! .4, Holly Bower SUP third 32-4.50, Alesia Potts SAN fourth 31-7. Perennials - Annuals - Vegetable Plants - Flowering Shrubs Various planters, hanging baskets & moss baskets Now Open 4410 Rd. G, Hardy, Neb. (Located four miles south and two west of Ruskin or five miles north, 1 114 ea, st from the west edge of Hardy) Hours: Wednesday-Friday, 1-7 p.m. andSaturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, I-4 p.m. (We will be closed, May 14 and 15 for graduation) Bruce and Cheryl Christensen o402-226-3721 * petolpatchonline.com Discus - Holly Bower SUP first 111-5. Samantha Price SUP second 108.050. 4 x 100 relay - SUP fourth 54.77, SAN fifth 1:02.62 4 x 400 relay - SAN first 4:13.63, SUP third 4:35.909. 4 x 800 relay - SAN first 10:41.27. Boys 100 meter dash - Phil Gosser SAN first 11:38. Ty Betka SUP third 11.62, Christian Garcia SAN fourth 11,63, Jamison Nejezchleb SAN fifth 11.65. 200 meter dash - Phil Gosser SAN second 23.64, Jamison Nejezchleb SAN third 23.98. Justin Petsch SUP fourth 24.28. Arne Loeber SAN sixth 24.65. 400 meterdash - Justin Petsch SUP second 54.76 Arne Loeber SAN fifth 56.57. I I 0 high hurdles- Jordan ttakanson SAN first 16.59. 300 meter hurdles - Jordan Hakanson SAN first 41.46, Ty Betka SUP tburth 46.70. 800 meter run - Jur Von Bussell SAN fourth 2:11.10. 1.600 meter run - Jared Hass SUP first 5:02.81. Ryan Yates SAN third 5:09.56. Ty Rempe SUP sixth 5:28. 3,200 meter run - Jared Hass SUP first 11:00.16, Ryan Yates SAN sec- ond 11:08.58. Long jump - Preston Hild SAN second 17-7.75, Ty Betka SUP third 17=7:50: AYne Loeber SAN gix'th T6- 11.50. Triple jump- Jordan Hakanson SAN first 42-1.75. Pole vault - Austin Hoy SAN sixth 10-00 Shot put - Jordan Juranek SAN fourth 43-7.75. Discus- Derek Isom SUPthird 132- I0. 4 x 100 relay - SAN first 44.91, SUP sixth 49.03. 4 x 400 relay = SAN second 3:47.58. SAN JV sixth 4: t6.31. 4 x 800 relay- SAN second 9:25.18. SUP third 9:36.12, SAN JV fifth 11:10.80. THANK YOU! I would like to personally thank my family, friends and all the people of Nuckolls County for all your support! Royce Gonzales Paid for by Royce Gonzales Need help with finding the office products :that you are looking for? Visit www.biggestbook.com will be open on the following days: Sunday, May 30 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 11a.m. Church with special music and speaker, Royce Gonzales 2p.m. Mrs. Bev Beavers as Lady Vestey Monday, May 31 Museum Open I.-4:30 p.m. eme erdoy goup muSeza Friday, May 28 1-5 p.m. Search the extensive list of _ i items that are available from Superior Publishing Co. Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third St., Superior, Neb., 68978 402-879-3291 or 800-359-2120 Saturday, May 29 1-5 p.m. "Living History Days Chalk Art contest Wagon Rrdes Drawing for church doll Face painting Spinners - weavers, etc. 2p.m. (at the museum's church, after the parade) "Grannies on the Go" from Wood River, Neb, The Nebraska Junior High Cham- pionship Track and Field Meet will be held Saturday in Gothenburg. The top 16 boys and girls throughout the state in each event are invited to compete. Among those competing this year are two athletes who competed this track season on the co-op team of B runing-Davenport-Shickley. Jennifer Mick will compete in the 100 meter hurdles. 200 meter hurdles and pole vault; Anna Novacek will compete in the shot put and discus. Superior Youth Athletic Assoc. track meet held Friday The Superior Youth Athletic Asso- ciation held its annual youth track meet Friday. Approximately 70 young ath- letes competed in running, jumping and throwing events. Kevin and Juliane Miller headed the twice weekly practices, assisted throughout the spring practices by Sa- rah Wood, Claire Dressman, Morgan Frahm. Lyndsay Brown, Bryce Jurgensmeier, Brett Boyles. Derek Isom, Caleb Isom, Nate Wilt, Jaysa Hoins. Madison Miller and many oth- ers. Grades K-I Girls Long Jump: 6, Mykynzie Hansen 5. Morgan Theis 4. Kylie Beard 3. Jenna Combs 2, $ierr Blackburn I. Shayla Meyer 6'3". 2nd Grade Girls Long Jump: 6. Emily Tietjen 5. Ashlyn Brown 4. Payton Frahm 3. Lacey Langer 2. Trisha Hayes I. Kalynn Meyer 10'2". 3-4 Grade Girls Long Jump: 6. Malori Grabast 5. Natalie McMeen 4.Maleka Marshall 3.Shanna Utecht 2.Caitlyn May I.Brandie Simonsen 93". 5-6 Grade Girls Long Jump: 6.Brandi Cox 5.Clara Kachanes 4.Evin Miller 3.Ellie Wittke 2.Leah Meyer l.Taylor Jensby 14'3". K-I Boys Long Jump: 6.Tyson Zimmerman 5.Gavinlkestein 4.Taran Zoltenko 3. Anders Webber 2.Jedd Whitmore I.Ezekial Meyer 8'0". il 2nd Grade Boys Long Jump: 6.Zade Hansen 5.Keegan Wagner 4.Isaac Meyer 31Dylan Blackstone 2.Chris Studer I.Hunter Healey 10'1". 3-4 Boys Long Jump: 6.Trent Teitjen 5.Ryan Hallgrimson 4.Tyler Simpkins 3.Ben Price 2.McKinney  Edwards 1 .Jared Dressman 9' 1" 5-6 Boys Long Jump: 5.Jacob Whitmore 4.Daniel Teachworth 3.Ethan Freeman 2.Cale Frahm l.Bryson Moffitt 11'5". K- 1 Girls BaseballThrow: 6.Kaylee Flaata 5.Tia Hunter 4.Kylie Beard 3.Shayla Meyer 2.Reagan Simpkins 1 .Sierra Blackburn 54' 11"" 2nd Girls Baseball Throw: 6.Emily Tietjen 5.Jasmyn Wengler 4.Noelle McMeen 3.Morgan Webber 2.Emma Schnachenberg 1 .Kalynn Meyer 81'4"'. 3-4 Girls Baseball Throw: 5.Malori Grabast 4.Shanna Utecht 3.Taylor Bargen 2.Maleka Marshall 1.Brandie Simonsen 77'4". 5-6 Girls Baseball Throw: 3.Brandi Cox 2.Clara Kachanes 1.Lexi Webber 84'1" K-I Boys Baseball Throw: 6.Max Charbonneau 5.Zachary Robles 4.Kit Wagner 3.Jordan Brown 2.Jedd Whitmore l.Ezekial Meyer 78'7". 2nd Boys Baseball Throw: 6.Zade Hansen 5.Joseph Thompson 4.Keegan Wagner 3.Hunter Healey 2.Dylan Blackstone 1.Issac Meyer 110'11" 3-4 Boys Baseball Throw: 6.Trent Tietjen 5Braxton Webber 4.Ryan Hatlgrimson 3.McKinney Edwards 2.TylerSimpkins l.BenPrice 123'11". 5-6 Boys Baseball Throw: 4.Jacob Whitmore 3.Ethan Freeman 2.Tyler Blackstone l.BrysonMoffitt 159' t0". High Jump: 4th girls 1 .Caitlyn May 3'0" 5-6 girls 4.Brandi Cox 3.EIlie Wittke 2.Evin Miller I.Leah Meyer 4' 1"" 4th boys 1 .Braxton Webber 3" r' 5-6 boys 2.Daniel Teachworth l.Cale Frahm 3'9". 800 meterrun: K-1 girls l.Morgan Theis 4.22.00 3-4 girls 2. Maleka Marshall 1. Natalie McMeen 4.01.00 5-6 Boys l.Jacob Whitmore 3.38.00. 400 meter run: K- 1 Boys 2.Zackary Robles 1.Max Charbonneau 1.49.00 2nd Boys l.Zade Hansen 2.02.32 3-4 Girls I.Natalie McMeen 1.51.39 3-4 Boys I.Jared Dressman 1.30.00 5-6 Girls 2.ClaraKachanes 1.41.00 1.Evin Miller 1.35.00 5-6 Boys 3.Jacob Whitmore 2.Bryson Moffitt 1.Tyler Blackstone 1.21.00. 200 meter dash: K-1 Girls 2.Kylie Beard l.Morgan Theis 52.6 K- I Boys 4.Zackary Robles 3.Todd Keifer 2.Jedd Whitmore 1 .Taran Zoltenko 44.63 2nd Girls 6.Jayden Simmons 5.Emily Tietjen 4.Payton Frahm 3.Lacey Langer 2.Emma Schnakenberg l.Trisha Haves 40.22 2nd Boys 1.Hunter Healey 34.76 3-4 Girls 3.Maleka Marshall 2.Taylor Bargen 1.Natalie McMeen 46.15 3-4 Boys 3.Braxton Webber 2.McKinney Edwards l.Jared Dressman 36.39 5-6 Girls 5.Brandi Cox 4.Clara Kachanes 3.Evin Miller 2.Ellie Wittke 1 .Taylor Jensby 31.02 5-6 Boys 4.Kale Frahm 3.Bryson Moffitt 2.Tyler Blackstone l,Ethan Freeman 34.55. 100 meter dash: K-I Girls' 6. Mikynzie Hansen 5. Weslynn Will- iams 4. Kaylee Flaata 3. Jenna Combs 2. Reagan Simpkins 1. SierraBlackburn K-1 Boys 6. LukaBenjamin 5. Jordan Brown 4. Todd Keifer 3. Taran Zoltenko 2. Max Charbonneau 1. Ezekial Meyer 2nd Girls 6. Ashlyn Brown 5. Noelle McMeen 4. Payton Frahm 3. Lacey Langer 2. Trisha Hayes I. Kalynn Meyer 2nd Boys 6. Zade Hansen 5. Chris Studer 4. Dylan Blackstone 3. Keegan Wagner 2. Isaac Meyer 1. Hunter Healey 3-4 Girls 4. Maloris Grabast 3. Shanna Utecht 2. Brandie Simonsen 1. Caitlyn May 3-4 Boys 6. Jaden Hanson 5. Tyler Simpkins 4. Ben Price 3. Braxton Continued to page 5 ii ii - Congratulations - Norm Smith Construction of Superior has been awarded the traveling trophy from the Superior Chamber of Com- merce Ambassadors. The traveling trophy is awarded to busi- nesses with a long his- tory of service to the community of Supe- rior. Norm said he has been in business in Superior for 44 years, nearly as long as he's lived here. He moved here from the Concordia area 45 years ago, worked for one year at Valley Construction, then went out on his own. Norm is a carpen- ter who specializes in finish work, custom cabinet making and door and window in- stallation. Through- Norm Smith out the years, he has had several people work with him, but he primarily works alone now and limits his work to things he can do by himself. He has done both residential and commercial work in Supe- rior, the surrounding rural area and neighboring communi- ties. Norm has five grown children who grew up in Superior and graduated from Superior High School-- Delaine, Delmar, Dennis, Dedra and Darren. Norm said he is originally from the small town of Hollis, which was located about nine miles northeast of Concordia. He can be reached on his cellular phone a1984-4953, or at home at 879-3782. rmllll/ 003P.ic00 I M3./ I 750 N Commercial* Superior, Neb. * 402-879-3900 I III I I !