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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS undefeated The momentum propelling the Su- perior Lady Cats volleyball team showed no signs of slowing as they continued to roll over their opposition. The team was at the Kenesaw triangu- lar last Tuesday and swept Doniphan- Trumbull in two sets, 25-7 and 25-19. The Kenesaw Blue Devils jolted the Lady Cats out of their complacency with a 22-25 first set win. The Lady Cats roared back and swept the next two sets, 25-6 and 25-16. Saturday was a grueling affair at the Sandy Creek tournament. The Lady Cats played three matches and won all three. They downed Wilber-Clatonia in two sets, 25-14 and 25-21, dumped Sandy Creek 25-23 and 25-19 and disposed of Alma. 27-25 and 25-13. Superior improved their record to 6-0 going into Tuesday's match at Sutton with the results un- available at press time. Against the Doniphan-Trumbull Cardinals, Morgan Frahm had three kills, one ace, one block and 11 digs. Leah Meyer posted 10 kills, two aces, one block and nine digs. Jaysa Hoins recorded six kills, scored four aces and had nine digs. Riley Butler had an ace and 13 digs. Taylor Jensby recorded an ace and posted 10 digs. Evin Miller and Shanna Utecht each had two digs. Frahm had eight kills, two blocks and eightdigs against Kenesaw. Meyer made three kills and had 16 digs. Hoins had four kills and eight digs. Butler made two kills and went low level for 24 digs. Jensby notched five kills and had four digs. Utecht had three digs. Elle Wittke posted five digs. Miller dug it out 11 times. For the Sandy Creek tournament, Frahm had one ace, 17 kills, two blocked shots and six digs. Hoins picked up six aces, seven kills and 16 digs. Butler finished the event with six kills and 19 digs. Jensby posted two aces, 15 kills and 14 digs. Miller made four aces, had two kills and two digs. Meyer put up one ace, had a blocked shot, 15 kills and 13 digs. Michelle Unruh had a block and a dig. Wittke had seven digs. The Lady Cats host the Tri-County Lady Trojans Thursday. They travel to Alma Saturday for a triangular match and are offto Fairbury Tuesday to play the Lady Jeffs. SHS football team comes close to a victory at Wood River The Superior High School Wildcat football team left everything they had on the Wood River football field Fri- day and the officiating crew took more away from them, costing the team its Thursday, September 18, 2014 J Superior High School volleyball player Jaysa Hoins (3) spikes the volleyball past the Kenesaw Blue Devil defenders at the net during the triangular meet at Kenesaw. first win in more than three seasons as offense is becoming more cohesive they fell to the Eagles, 21-14. The and varied. Wildcats and the Eagles were evenly The game was as exciting a contest matched teams, each seeking their first the Wildcats have played in a long victoryoftheseason.FortheWildcats, while but the ultimate outcome was it was the ultimate exercise in frustra- again a disappointment. tion. Once again, it was lack of disci- Logan Lipker was the leading pline which doomed the Wildcats. The rusher, gaining 144 yards on 18 car- team was called for 15 penalties. The ries. and a touchdown. Sloan Willett illusion of canaries following the team took the ball 16 times for a total of 73 around the field seemed to be a cruel yards and a touchdown. Cale Frahm joke. Two of those penalties resulted in carried the ball three times for six yards. touchdowns being called back and an- Brett Boyles hauled the ball three times other thwarted a last minute drive to for nine yards. the Wood River goal line to score a Lipker completed four of his 15 touchdown to at least tie or win the passes for 42 yards. Frahm had two game on the conversion attempt, receptions for 26 yards. Boyles pulled The Wildcats improved play on down one pass for six yards. Willett defense was evidentbut again momen- snagged a pass for a 10 yard gain. tary lapses of coverage allowed the GarrettCaldwellwasthedefensive Eagles to put points on the board. The beast of the night with nine tackles. A Wood River Eagle defensive player has broken through the Superior High School line and is headed for quarterback Logan Lipker (5) as he hand the ball off to a Wildcat running back. Superior fell just short of the win by a 21-14 score. Custom Application of Liquid and Dry Fertilizer and Chemical Propane Anhydrous D 1221 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4749 4 to 28 How much it costs: To remove an animal is $15 To remove the animal and have it never return to your yard is $30 How to play: If you happen to find a duck, pig mr sheep in your yard please proceed with the following: 1. Decide whether you would like it to be removed or have it never come back 2. If you have decided to have it removed you must now decide where you want it to go and please make sure they are home. Please contact Claire Dressman at 2) 879-1525 to get the animal removed or removed and never come back Additional donations to the FFA are greatly appreciated 37.14 Willett hauled down seven Eagle play- ers. Joey Gilbert and Caleb Isom made six tackles each. Damion Holt and Jacob Sumpter executed five tackles apiece. Ethan Beale and Lipker con- tributed four tackles to the defensive effort. Boyles accounted for two solo tackles while Tyler Blackstone posted one. Practice this week has emphasized control and self-discipline to drasti- caUy reduce the penalty count. The Wildcats travel to Hebron Friday to take on the winless (0-3) Thayer Cen- tral Titans. SHS and South Cen- tral x-country teams compete at Fairbury The Superior High School cross country headed east Thursday to par- ticipate in the Fairbury Invitational. The boys team finished ninth in the nine team field with 167 points. The girls team did not enter a sufficient number of runners to record a team score. Keaton Meyer took 35th place in the 96 runner field with his time of 20:52.78 over the five kilometer course. Jacob Whitmore finished in 43rd place with the time of 21:28.01. Blake Kirchhoff came home in 61st place with the time of 22:45.6. Ezra Morris was the final Wildcat runner and he finished in 64th with the time of 22:56.6. Running for the South Central Red Raiders were Lawrence-Nelson High School runners Jacob Schultz who fin- ished 37th with a time of 21:04.27. Brett Karmazin took the 85th spot with a time of 25:59.59. Trey Himmelberg, a freshman, was in 90th place with a 29:12.37 time. The Red Raiders fin- ished in eighth place in the team stand- ings with 154 points. The Superior High School girls team was led by Angie Miller who claimed 26th place in the 58 runner field with a time of 24:40.15. Kaycie Strobl was in the 29th position with her time of 26:21.6. Catera Nondorf, a medalist at the previous week's Superior Invite, recorded a did not finish. The team entered less than four runners and was not eligible for a team score. Trenten Theis finished second in the junior varsity meet with a time of 7:17. The team travels to Geneva today (Thursday) for the Fillmore Central Invitational. Keaton Meyer (64) takes to the Superior Country Club cross country course during Thursday's Superior Invitational cross country meet SJHS football opens season with a loss The Superior Junior High School football team opened their season last Monday with a 44-24 loss to Sandy Creek at Superior. Adam Baker ran for two touchdowns and passed for an- other. The team is playing eight man football this season because of the low number of team members. They were in action Tuesday against Republic County Junior High School at Belleville with game results unavailable at press time. Brett Boyles (11) has the ball securely cradlesd as Trent Morris (61) runs up to provide blocking protection during the Superior High School Wildcats 21-14 loss to the Wood River Eagles at Wood River Friday. Clip and Save Superior Public Transportation Transportation for All Ages Available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to Noon and 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. 402-879-4679 $/.00 each boarding ,.--- ..................... Clip and Save I ?. iI Every Thursday For hot deals on quality merchandise and personalized service stop in at 150 W. Fourth Street Superior, Neb. l 402-879-4430 i Senior Savings FINALLY! being over 55 a good thing Superior High School Lady Cat Riley Butler (4) sets up a shot for Leah Meyer (13), during a match against Kenesaw. Jensen in field at Fairbury Invite golf Paige Jensen was the lone Superior High School golfer entered in the Fairbury Invitational golf match held Thursday at the Fairbury Country Club. Jensen shot an 18 hole round of 145, good for 23rd place. She will play her final regular season match Tuesday, Sept. 30, at the Adams Central Invita- tional at Hastings. SHS junior varsity opens with win The Superior High School junior varsity squad opened their 2014 sea- son with a 16-0 win over the Fillmore Central Panthers at Geneva Monday. The team is action Monday at Superior when they entertain the Thayer Cen- tral Titans. Doyle Lade a pitcher from Fairbury won 25 games for the Chicago Cubs over a five year career. Calvin Jones holds the Cornhusker record of 292 yards rushing in a single game. Sid Held and Don Fitz were the two University of Nebraska basketball guards who were All Big Six in 1941. 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