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49 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 19, 2016 RHHS golf report The Rock Hills High School golf team was at the Tipton Oaks Golf Course, Tipton, to participate in the Tipton Invitational golf match. With fair weatherprevailing for the event, the junior ?varsity golfers played their final match of the 2016 season. Mezvah Nobi scored top individual honors and Chase Slate earned the third place spot. Kevin Ost, coach, noted the continued improvement of team members Mezvah, Slate, Lexi Jeffery and Aus- tin Beck. Each of the team members earned medals at events over the course of the season. Tycen Higer finished in second place as the lone varsity golfer. He competedat the regional match hosted by Riley County High School and played over the Leonardville golf course. He was looking to cement a place at the state sand greens tourna- ment, Wednesday, through regional qualifying:at the Tipton Oaks golf course at TiPton. Higer finished first in an earlier season match at Riley County. Wednesday's match results were un- available at press time. RHHS competes at leaguei meet It wag off to Lincoln, Kan., Thurs- day, for ,'the Rock Hills High School boys and girls track and field teams as they competed at the Northern Plains League track'and field meet. Both the boys and girls finished in fourth place in the 14 team field. The other partici- pating teams were Lakeside, the girls winner, St. John' s-Beloit, the boys win- ner, Lincoln, ThunderRidge, Osborne, Natoma, Tescott, Sylvan Unified, Wil- son, Southern Cloud, Chase, Tipton and Pike Valley. The boys accrued 57 points and the girls team acquired 53 points. Sarena Meier took top honors in the two mile run'with her time of 12:24.32 and was second in the one mile run. Emilee Whetchel was number one in the triple jump, covering 33' 1", sec- ond in the long jump and was third in the 100 meter dash. Caitlyn May fin- ished third in the 800 meter run and did not record a time in the one mile run. Kaylee Hadle earned fourth place points in the 100 meter dash and was disqualified in the 200 meter dash fi- nals. Bergen Mauerhan held sixth place in the javelin throw and 14th in the discus throw. Teri Slick ran the preliminary heat of the 200 meter dash but did not advance to the finals and was 16th in the javehn throw. Emily Cox ran the 800 meter run. Baylie Dunstan took 13th place in,the shot put and 19th in the discus throw. Brady Jeffery earned first place points in the 110 meter hurdles with his time of 16.83 econds and was seventh in the high jump. Arrow Durant nailed a first plac finish in the discus with his throw of 134'3" and was eighth in the shot put Luke:Broeckelman took t_.l d place in the !00 meter dash" Zahe ..... Colson was third in the200 meter dash and sixth in the 100 meter dash. Gun- ner Johanek brought in the fifth place points in the 400 meter dash. Jake Spiegel was fourth in the long jump, sixth in the triple jump and 15th in the 400 metrr dash. Austin Eilert picked up sixth place in the shot put, was 16th in the javelin throw and 20th in the discus throw. Kobi Pennell competed in the 200 meter dash preliminary heat but did not advance tO the final heat. Derric Luong finished 10th in the 800 meter and one mile runs. Derreck Gillett was ninth in the triple jump and 12th in the long jump. Austin Durant held 12th Summer and/, Youth Baseball Softball Monday, May 23 - Saturday, May 28 May 25 107 S. 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Gove~/~el!cy Kaylee Hadle - 100 m dash Kaylee Hadle - 200m dash Brady Jeffery and Luke Broeckelman compete in the 4X100 relay. Emily Cox - 800m run , Brady Jeffery - 110m Hurdles .. Burr OakBy Cl ysB Caitlyn May - 800m run place in the shot put and was eighth in the javelin throw. Spencer Callaway finished 12th in the javelin throw. Grant Davis was 10th in the discus throw. The 4 x 100 yard relay team of Broeckelman, Jeffery, Johanek and Colson earned second place points while the 4 x 400 yard relay team of Colson, Pennell, Jeffery and Johanek also landed second place points. The team is set for the !-A regional meet being held Friday at Frankfort High School. The Grizzly athletes will be competing with members of 22 teams for a spot at the state meet at Wichita, Friday, May 27 and Saturday, May 28. Cheryl Hillman, Peggy Wilson, Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended fu- neral services for their aunt, Oleta Wise Spooner, at the Glen Elder Christian Church last Tuesday morning. Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Red Cloud Thursday afternoon where Cliffhad a doctor' s appointment. They stayed for supper at a Red Cloud res- taurant before attending the pre-school graduation program at the high school. Great-grandsons, Remington and Kooper Ord were participants. Remington will go on to kindergarten next fall and Kooper will have another year of pre-school. Kathy Robinson, Mt. Pleasant, Texas, came to the home of Twila Morris recently for a few days. Twila accompanied Kathy back to Texas to attend the graduation of Kathy's son, Trey, from Sam Houston College. Kathy brought Twila home May 11 and then returned to her home Satur- day. Beginning Quilter's Class Starting June 1 Call Karen Christiancy at A Stitch N Time 402-879-3316 This week's report from Friday, May 13 10 Mix Bulls 652 130.00 18 Mix Steers 625 165.00 73 Mix Heifers 476 173.00 11 Mix Steers 736 156.00 22 Mix Heifers 543 158.00 57 Mix Steers 921 143.10 11 BIk Heifers 523 155.00 28 Mix Steers 952 141.00 60 Mix Heifers 779 139.00 27 Mix Steers 1,012130.50 71 Mix Heifers 776 139.00 33 Mix Steers 1,191122.50 64 Mix Heifers 791 137.00 10 Cows 1,1871,600.00 10 Mix Heifers 905 125.00 10 Cow Call Pairs 1,2082,200.00 31 BIkHeifers 996 120.50 17 Cow Calf Pairs 1,2801,150.00 11 BIk Steers 487 190.00 4 220 Consigned for May 20 Fall Calvinr Cows; 210 BIk Steer and Heifers, 550-650, weaned-shots Char X St, ; and Heifers, 700-950; 40 Mix Steers and Heifers, 400-500; 15 BIk Steers and Heifers, 400-500; rlussell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene. 785-545-8612 Bouray, 402-87 3051, Cell 402-879-5567 Luke Broeckelman-100m dash Diana Ord and Glenny Barnes went to Grand Island and Hastings Friday to do some shopping in preparation for Kyle Ord and Katie Mason's wedding Saturday. Jane Lewis was a Saturday lunch guest of her sister, Rosie Campbell. They visited in the afternoon. Weekend visitors of John and Sue Tucker were Leola Brown and Diana Sneed, Nickerson, Sue's mother and sister. Nate, Tessa, Mason, Max and Mor- gan McMains attended graduation ex- ercises at the Rock Hills High School in Mankato Saturday aftemoon as Tyler Cummings graduated. Saturday night guests of the McMainses were Jenni- fer, Spencer and Shawn Koperski and Sydney Enevoldsen of St. Paul, Neb. Sunday, the McMainses attended Levi Cusatis's graduation in Hastings. Saturday visitors of Doug and Wanda Frasier were Jayden, Jaxson and Luke Frasier, Wichita, Josh and Luke Frasier, Hastings. Jayden, Jaxson and Luke played outside on the four wheeler, swing set and sand box. The boys had lunch with Grandma and Grandpa Frasier. Larry and Shirley McMains at- tended Tyler Cummings' graduation from Rock Hills High School in Mankato Saturday and later attended his reception. Doug and JOan Enevoldsen of Wolbach were Saturday overnight guests of the McMainses. The Enevoldsens had come for Tyler's graduation. Walt and Peggy Wilson, Cheryl Hillman, Cliff and Gleuny Barnes at- tended the funeral services for Gary Lewis in Red Cloud Saturday after- noon. Gary was the husband of their cousin, Bonnie Figgins Lewis. Jessica Barnes, Brynlee Manning, Renita, Mattie and Bella Volker at- tended graduation receptions for Grant Davis, Tyler Cummings, Chelsea Landreth and Brayde Wagner Satur- day. Mary Foley stayed last week in Golden, Colo., and attended the gradu- ation of grandson, Jacob Ost, from the school of mines. Jacob received his bachelor' s degree in mechanical engi- neering. Mary reported enjoying time with Bruce and Barb Ost of Gunnison, Colo., and Josh and Janet Ost and meeting her newest great-granddaugh- ter, Hayden Ruth Ost, all of Hays. RichardCox' s message attheChris- tian Church Sunday was "Allowing God' s Spirit to Lead Us.' His selected scripture reading was Romans 8: 12- 17. The Holy S leads people today to glorify God a' d to expand His king- dom. We have a debt to God because we have been !;iven so much and with what we have been given comes re- sponsibility. We don't live like we did before we accepted Christ as our sav- ior. We must recognize our weaknesses, confe: and repent. Jesus paid a debt he not owe and we owe a debt we can never repay. We can delight in the knowledge that we are joint heirs with Jesus and children of God. Through His Holy Spirit we can have power and not fear as He leads us in our lives. There will be bumps in our road even when we follow Jesus. Every setback can be a set up to a step up. We need to remember what to delight in and to focus on what our destiny is. Rose Lewis took pizza to the home of her aunt, Rosie Campbell, Sunday and they had lunch together. Jimmy and Katie Fox learned that Jimmy's father died suddenly and un- expectedly Sunday afternoon. Jewell County Hospital and Jewell Count, Rural Health Clinic would like to welcv,,ze PAC to our medical staff and community New patients are alv zys welcor, e Kobi Pennell and Zane Colson - 4x400 relay Gunner Johanek - 400m run . Cliff and Glenny Barnes attended a pre-season, youth baseball tournament in Red Cloud Sunday afternoon. Their great-grandson, Thomas Ord, was a member of the Red Cloud "One" team. Before the tournament was over, rain began to fall and the last game was cancelled. Anyone planning to attend the 2016 Burr Oak-White Rock alumni banquet scheduled for next Saturday, but has not made reservations, should do that now. Reservations may be made by contacting Cheryl Hillman. "Exaggeration is a blood relation to falsehood and nearly as blameable." Hosea Ballou ii!iiiii iiiii!! :: Derrick Gillett - Triple Jump "History is little more than the register of the crimes, follies and misfortunes of mankind." Edward Gibbon :ii i i!! i ill Caden Slate Nobi Mezvah Early Childhood Screening The staff of the KIDS FIRST Program will be conducting a free screening for children birth to 5 years of age living in Jewell, Mitchell, Lincoln counties and parts of Osborne county that are in Waconda School District. The screening will be conducted in Cawker City during the morning of Friday, June 3, 2016. If your child is experiencing difficulty in the developmental areas of hearing and vision, corn mu nicatien, gross and fine motor, self- help, social-emotional, and cognitive skills, please call to schedule an appointment. Parents having any questions concerning their child ages birth through 5 may call the Beloit Special Education Cooperative at 1-785-738-5275, ext. 1 before noon on Wednes- day, April 25, 2016 to make an appointment for your child. Approximately 30 minutes will be required to complete the screening. It will be held the USD 272 Board Office located at 708 Locust in Cawker City, Kansas.