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4ATHE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 14, 1992 Wildcat boys 2nd, girls 6th at invite Andy Heydenberk was Girls Results named the oustanding male ath- The Superior girls continue lete and received the Jim Kindig todowellbut finished welldown award at the Jim Kindig Invita- in the pack at sixth with 46 tional held at St. Cecilia Satur- points. St. Cecilia won the meet day. with 104 points. The other schools in order of finish were Boys Results GICC, Doniphan, Deshler, Sil- Even though Heydenberk verLake, Superior, ClayCenter captured three first places, the and Blue Hill. Wildcats were unable to over- 100-meters: Tiffany Duncan, come the huge St. Cecilia lead fourth, 13.22. and finished second with 106 200-meters: Duncan, fourth, points. St. Cecilia had 158.Other 27.80. schools participating were 400-meters: Amy Jensen, Deshler, GICC and Doniphan. third, 64.09. 100-meters: Heydenberk, 800-meters: Sara Menke, first, 10.85. third, 2:33.92. 200-meters: Heydenberk, 1,600-meters: Sandy Smith, first, 22.63. fourth, 6:13.85. 400-meters: Heydenberk, 3,200-meters: Smith, first, first, 51.07. 13:12.25. 800-meters: Scott Meyer, 100-meter high hurdles: fifth, 2:10.46. Hilarie Damon, third, 17.49. 1,600-meters: Todd Ekart, 400-meter relay: Superior .first, 4:57.46. (Damon, Duncan, Rachel 3,200-meters: Drew Ekart, Meyers, Mandy Hobson), fifth, fifth, 11:29.43. 57.97. 110-high hurdles: Matt 1,600-meter relay: Superior Watson, third, 15.94; Shannon (Menke, Meyers, Jensen, McCord, sixth, 18.37. . Hobson), fifth, 4:38.61. 400-meter relay: Superior Longjump:LeslieConaway, (Brody Duncan, Ben Hansen, sixth, 15-6 1/4. Tyler Mitchell, Todd Ekart), Triplejump:Conaway, sixth, sixth, 49.27. 31-2.0. 1,600-meter relay: Superior District Meet (Hansen, Chris Jackson, Drew The Wildcats will berunning Ekart, Todd Ekart), sixth,4:0.77, in the C-5 district competition Pole vault: Brandon Blecha, today (Thursday) at Henderson. first, 13-0; Matt Watson, fourth, The field events begin at 9 11-00; Mitchell, sixth, 9-6.0. a.m. The preliminaries in the Shot put:ToddMohler, first, running events will begin at 53-7;JeffChristiancy, third,48- 11:30 a.m. The finals start at 5.50. 3:30 p.m. Trophies will be Discus: Mohler, first, 164- awarded to the team champions 11.0; Christiancy, second, 144- and the runner-up. The top six in 11.0. each event will receive a medal. SHS Linksters qualify for state The Superior golf team placed Second place went to Bran- second out of 16 teams Tuesday don Meyer, Blue Hill, 80; Pat to qualify for the state tourna- Jeardoe,Hebronhadan81,ehad merit MondayandTuesday.The Reichstein, Trumbull, 82; Jeff district meet was played at Bmggeman, Hebron, 83; Adam Southern Hills Country Club, DeMars, St. Cecilia, 83; Jon Hastings.Thestatemeetisacross Bruggeman, Hebron, 85; Eric town at the Lochland Country Glenn, Red Cloud, 86 and Rich- Club. ard Bargen, Nelson; Priefert and The Wildcats led by two Utecht, 86. strokes after nine holes, 172- Jeff Autrey carded a 91 and 174  cr b encoula- : Ed Meekins a 95. terd iiffic?hexte:i Eghtfive golfers partieS: and finished with a score of 342, paten wxm only me top 10 quail- six strokesbehindHebronat336, lying for the state tournament. St. Cecilia finished third with This will be the third year-in a score of 365 followed by Blue a row the Wildcats have quail- Hill 379, Wood River 386, Red fled for the state tournament. Cloud 389, Franklin 396, Loup This year's tournament features City 399, Sandy Creek 402, professional John Daley and Ravenna 421, Doniphan 428, sponsors are expecting large Nelson437,Palmer449,Centura crowds to attend. Collin Stubbs smiles after being presented the Jim Conger wrestling trophy by Conger's sister, Janice Ehlers and her son, Jerred. The presentation was made during the all-sports banquet at Superior High School Monday evening. 450, Spau,dio00 Academy ,73 : ......... and Gibbon 486. "There are too many terrible Winds gusting to 40 miles drivers," said one friend to an- : per hour made playing condi- other, trying to explain his recent ........... lions difficult and contributed to fender bender. "I mean, it's so ..... the high scores, annoying how motorists drive so Individually Superior's An- closely in front of me." drew Mason fired a79 to cap- Todd Mohler placed first in the shot put at the Jim Kindig lure the district champion title. The brain is an organ that starts invite at St. Cecilia Saturday with a throw of 53 feet, seven Jay Priefert took tenth with an working themomentyougetupin inches. He also pkaeod first in the discus with a toss of 164-11. 86 while Scott Utecht placed the morning and does not stop Jell Christianey was third in the shot and second in the 1 lth with an 86. until you get to the office, discus. --dim Miller Photo Superior Legion Baseball 1992 Juniors andMidgets Schedule -_._. May 26  July 2 Fatrbury-Mldgets Only ............... 6:30  Hebron .............................. 6:00/8:00 May 28  July 3-5 Blue Hill-Midgets Only ................. :,8:00  Hebron Tourney-juniors Only June 5  July 7 Hebron ................................. 6:00/8:00  Geneva ................................. 6:00/8:00 1992 NATE TIETJEN-JUNIOR July 9 and   Falrbury-Mldgets ........................... 7:30 CAMERON BOTHWELL-MIDGET --- TOURNAxENT _ July 12 Superior, Nebraska  Red Cloud ............................. 5:30/8:00 June I0 (Midgetsl - Red Cloud vs. Blue Hill ...... ,...5:30  July 16 Superior vs. Geneva ............... 8:00 ' League Playoff June I I (Juniors} Superior vs. Red Cloud .......... 6:00  July 23-31 Hildreth vs. Geneva ............... 8:00  District Tourney - Red Cloud June 12 =  HOME GAME IN BOLD Consolation Game Midgets .... 6:00 Consolation Game Jantors ..... 8:00 r June 14 Championship Midgets .......... 6:00 Championship Juniors ........... 8:00 June 16 Blue Hill-Midgets ....................... 6:00 Sutton-Juniors ........................... 8:00 . 'June 19 -- Harvard ................................ 6:00/8:00 June 23  Sutton-Juniors .............................. 8:00  / June 25  [ ,,-/ Geneva .............................. 6:00/8:00 June 28 Lawrence ........................... 6:0018:00 _ June 29  ---- Harvard ........................... .6:0018:00  . American Legion St. Mihlel Post No. 103 Superior, Nebraska Nelson, Lawrence win Area schools compete in Russ Snyder" Nelson, Lawrence, Daven- port and Chester-Hubbell- Byron were among the eight teams which participated in the Russ Snyder Invitational Thursday. The meet was hosted by Nelson and run at Sandy Creek. Girls Results Nelson won their own meet with 90 points. CHB placed third with 78, Lawrence fifth with 61 and Davenport was eighth with 19. High jump: Tara Schutte, Lawrence, second, 4-10; Char- lotteHoltzen,Davenport, fourth, 4-6; Karl Wassom, CHB, and Christina Kalvoda, Milligan, tied for fifth, 4-6. Long jump: BrandS Freitag, CHB, second, 15-5 3/4; Wassom, CHB, fourth, 15-2 1/ 2; Tract Vorderstrasse, CHB, sixth, 14-6 1/2. Discus: Terry Kniep, Nelson, first, 104-1; Jacque Menke, Lawrence, second, 104-1; Glenda Mertens, Nelson, third, 102-10; Tonya Wilson, Nelson, fifth, 93-6. Shot put: Kniep, Nelson, first, 35-9 1/2; Kim Folkerts, Daven- port, third, 32-3; Mertens, Nelson, fourlh, 30-7; Menke, Lawrence, sixth, 29-4. 100-meters: Staci Moxham, CHB, first, 12.89; Freitag, CHB, second, 13.12; Tracy Schultz, Nelson, fifth, 13.24. 200-meters: Moxham, CHB, second, 27.47; Freitag, CHB, third, 27.69; Schultz, Nelson, 400-meters: Moxham, CHB, first, 1:0.35; Carrie Menke, Lawrence, third, 1:04.37. 800-meters: Jody Gunn, CHB, fourth, 2:43.06; Christina Kirchhoff, CHB, 2:45.95. 1,600-meters: Tara Biltoft, Nelson, first, 6:08.91; Michelle Kohmetscher, Lawrence, sec- ond, 6:12.19; Holtzen, Daven- port, fourth, 6:16.65; TamS Mazour, Lawrence, fifth, 6:42.48; Beth Buescher, Lawrence, sixth, 6:42.50. 3,200-meters: Biltoft, Nelson, first, 13:20; Kohmetscher, Lawrence, sec- ond, 13:40.37; Buescher, Lawrence, third, 14:09.13; Marsha Kleen, Nelson, fourth, 14:27.97. 400-meter relay: CHB, sec- ond, 54.5; Nelson, fourth, 57.0; Lawrence, sixth, 59.24. 1,600-meter relay: Nelson, third, 4:42.12; CHB, fourth, 4:43.43; Dvenport, sixth, 4:46.74. 3,200-meter relay: Nelson, fu'st, 11:07.86; Lawrence, third, 11:28.56; CHB, fourth, 11:30.31; Davenport, fifth, 12:02.18. 100-meter hurdles: Michelle Aksamit, Nelson, third, 17.77; Buescher, Lawrence, fifth, 19.21. 300-meter hurdles: Aksamit, Nelson, third, 52.58; Schutte, Lawrence, fifth, 55.68; Vorderstrasse, CHB, sixth, 55.92. fourth, 28.56; Carrie Menke, Boys Results Lawrence, fifth, 28.88. Lawrence won the boys divi- By Joan Holns Christi Hoins, Hastings, ac- companied her parents, Ralph and Joan Hoins, to Lincoln Sun- day where they attended a din- ner for Mrs. Hoins' mother, Gla- dys Knigge, for Mother's Day. Als0 present were Ashley Ether- ton, Columbus, Junior and Bon- nie Etherton and Nichole Ether- ton, York, Jerry, Connie, Amy and Becky Gerling, Norfolk, Brian Etherton, Scott Etherton, Doug and Jamie Kline, Troy and Linda Eaherton, John Franklin and his fiancee, Candy, Wayne and Marge Etherton and Rick and Margi's niece, Mary Ann, all of Lincoln. Marjorie Mann reports Alice Self, Burr Oak, is able to be back to work. Donna Troudt and Ted Hend- erson visitd Marjorie Mann last Saturday evening. Hattie Wulf attended open house Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hartman, Roseland, honoring their son and daughter who graduated from college. Sunday afternoon Hattie Wulf, Rich Wulf, Rick and Scott and Bill Wernecke attended graduation in Blue Hill for Merci Lane, daughter of Vaden and Mary Ann Lane. Stacie Beins, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Beins, Alma, visited her grandparents, Bill and Barb Sholtz, three days. Weekend visitors in the homes of Lloyd and Jean Wer- necke and Bill Wernecke were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Glessner and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Wor- rell, Heather, Ashley and Andy, White City, Kan., Betty Kell, Terry Ripley, Kristofer and Kasey, TamS Dozier, Tamatha and Ernest III, Elmer Ridley, ene Junghans, Larry, Megan, Ryan and Dustin Glessner Lori Redley, Junction City, Kan., Ron and Darca Redley, Chapman, Karl., and Danny, Brenda, Bradlee and Krystal Ridley, Manhattan, Karl. All were here to attend the 45th wedding anniversary of Lloyd and Jean Wernecke Sunday, May 3. Relatives from out of town for the funeral of Elizabeth James were Bob and Kay Carl- son, St. Johns, Kan., Alan Woods, Blue Hill, Clyde and Ruby James and Marie Vance, Bladen, Mrs. R. Betz and Mrs. Steve Dreher, Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, Upland, Mr. and Mrs. Bob James, Red Cloud, Wayne McClure, Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phil- Superior's Andy Heydenberk was named the oustanding male athlete and received the Jim Kindig award after finishing first in the 100, 200 and 400-meter runs Saturday at St. Cecilia. ---Jim Miller Photo Stacey Shroyer was pre- sented the high series scratch and high series handicap tro- phies for Monday Matinee League action at the Ladies' Bowling Association banquet last Thursday. Ilene Nielsen (not pictured) won the high game Scratch and high game handicap tropics in the same league. The Superior High School Chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes presented a check for $75 to Debra Hansen (second from right) as their contribution to the track fund. Making the presentation were (from left): Jeff Autrey, Tami Hiner and Andy Heydenberk. --Express Photo sion with 115points. Davenport placed second with 88, CHB was sixth with 51 and Nelson sev- enth with 40. Shot put: Remington DeGarmo, Lawrence, first, 48-3 3/4; Allen Poppo, CHB, third, 44-7 1/2; Jeremy Gumaer, Nelson, fourth, 43-5 1/2; Jason Anderson, Davenport, sixth, 41- 1 1/2. Long jump: Kris Kotinek, Lawrence, second, 18-8; Milch Kubicek, Davenport, third, 18-5 1/4; Dustin Corman, Davenport, sixth, 18-0. High jump: Matt Wassom, CHB, first, 5-11; Matt Bohling, Davenport, third, 5-8; Jed Reinke, Davenport, fifth, 5-2. Discus: DeGarmo, Lawrence, first, 156-0 (meet record); Anderson, Davenport, fourth, 118-5. Triple jump: Justin Trapp, Davenport, second, 29-11; Kotinek, Lawrence, third, 38-9; Ryan Biltoft, Davenport, fifth, 36-7. 100-meters: Trapp, Daven- port, first, 11.43; Clint Nunnenkamp, Davenport, fpurth, 11.54. 200-meters: Nunnenkamp, Davenport, fifth, 24.90; Thad Mumm, CHB, sixth, 25.02. 400-meters: Chris Eitzmann, CHB, first, 55.06; Todd Himmelberg, Lawrence, second, 55.66; Travis Clabaugh,Nelson, third, 55.70; Bohling, Daven- port, fourth, 56.75. 800-meters: Himmelberg, Lawrence. first. 2:09.03; Mike lips, Mauldin, S.C. Phillips is Mrs. James brother. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips visited Victor and Craig James a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hartrnan and Golda Duffy were recent evening visitors of Marjorie Mann. They sang and visited. Christi Hoins, Hastings, was a weekend visitor of her parents, Ralph and Joan Holm. Rich and Melvin, 2:12.91; fourth, 2:14. Nelson, Roop, CHB, 1,600-meters: Lawrence, first, DeGarmo, 4:01.13; Nelson, third, Reinke, CHB, Blent Janda, 5:12.74. Lawrence, first, Synek, 11:26.24; CHB, fifth, second, 47.89; ( 1,600-meter 3:52.51; Daven first, 8:59.13; 9:43.60; CI-IB, 110-meter 300-meter Theer, Nelson, fifth, Lovewell temperature eye, good, jiging all feet of water;, areas; 18-2A sional slow; near trolling Cat, good; in the upper trotliners md enjoying Glen Elder temperature 64 T.J. Morris, Superior, were Cat, fair on Saturday afternoon guests of using live baits; their grandlaemts.. . . glers having Last 5aturOay wa Lanllam, night crawlers Vera Parker and Beulah Kuper, shallow water. Nelson, visited Marjorie Mann. using minn( They also visited Ted Hender- tors Mariru son. They had a picnic supper at and'Mill CI the home of David Thompson productive; -.ant1 family: ............. . .... .... under Causeway Hansons buy fair along Red Cloud paper Causeway Bob and Amy Hanson, own- running ers of the Heartland Herald- effective Echo newspaper, one of two morning newspapers published at Smith and Center, have signed an agree- eye, merit to purchase the Red Cloud Granite Chief newspaper. Theyexpect to Walnut publish their first issue June 4. rigs fished The Hansons and their chil- working dren plan to move to Red Cloud being cau to oversee operation of the drops, 'Chief. tipped Mrs. Hanson is currently crawlers. teaching music in the Mankato schools. Last year Mr. Hanson was an English teacher in the White Rock school system. According to an announce. ment in Tuesday's Heartland Herald-Echo, the Hansom plan to continue publishing both newspapers. Since the 1950s the Red Cloud laper has been published by Members of the Dean Furse family. At the time of the sale, Mrs. Furse was owner and her son Roger Furse was the pub- lisher. The Hansom have indicated they plan to continue having the Chief printed in the Superior the units Publishing Company plant. 'Lord of All' theme mold, grain dust of ELC assembly They May 29 and 30 Conversation and conanun- ion, a two-year budget and busness, a banquet and break- fast, 37 elections and an installa- aid in the lion, four worship services and 61 written reports, it's all part of corn and Assembly for the Nebraska Synod! was Every year, Nebraska Luther- supports am gather to conduct the buss- bin, the ness of Synod. This year, more than 1,000 voters and visitors are expected at the two-day as- sembly on the banks of the Mis- souri River at South Sioux City in northeastern Nebraska. David "Lord of All" is the theme for this fifth regular Assembly of committee the Nebra._ka Synod, Evangeli- and Gary cal Lutheran Church of Ameri- Kranau, ca, scheduled May 29 and 30 at Rhoads the Siouxland Convention Cen- ter. The evening before the as- sembly convenes, the Nebraska Synod's Multieulmral Ministri committee is sponsoring a din- ner, fellowship and worship event at St. Augustine Indian In a poll Mission on the Wirmehaga Indi- found 47 an Reservation near South Sioux Citir and me . Mrs, Hartley Peter- sen, delegates, the Rev. Richard Buchholz and Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Kastrup will represent Betha- ny Lutheran Church, Ruskin, at the fourth annual Assembly of the Nebraska Synod; Conduct rescue Membersc Chapter, the: rior worked the sponded to a call to the FFA member tim and vital signs. The Jaws Inan might be seek or a ball. Today school day listed second talking ont