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H 4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 18, 2014 Friday evening, the Pike Valley quarterback (12) could not elude Rock Hills tacklers: side,) Wyatt Duskie (35) (right side,) and Tyler Cummings (20) straight ahead. The Rock Hills High School Griz- the board. The points after run was zlies downed the Pike Valley Panthers good and the rout was on with the score 56-6 at Scandta'Friday. The Grizzlies at 48-0. With less than three minutes ran their season record to 2-0 with remaining in the first half, Pike Valley another two quarter win. completed a pass for a touchdown. The weather was cool, dark and Their point after attempt failed and the cloudy dreary but the Grizzlies bright- Grizzlies lead was cutto 48-6. Pike ened up their night when JoelVal ley attempted an onside kick which Broeckelman returned the opening was fielded kickoff 75 yards and put the Grizzlies ahead before they had run an offensive play. The exffa point attempt failed but the Grizzlies were up 6-0 with 13 sec- onds gone from the clock. The defense struck quickly when, at the 10:58 point of the first quarter, Tucker Johanek intercepted a Panther pass and returned it to inside:the Pike Valley 10 yard line. Broeckelman met no opposition as he headed to the end zone on the first play from scrimmage. A Broeckelman pass to Logan Schwerman was good for 2 points aiad the Grizzlies were up 14-0. An apparent punt return for a touch- down was called back because of a penalty. Broeckelman didn't allow that to faze him as he completed a touch- down pass tO Spencer Callaway. The point afterattempt did not succeed but the Grizzlies were ahead 20-0. A long Broeckelm~ punt return to the Pike Valley 11 yard line set up the next Rock Hills score. Tycen Higer took a hand off and hit the left side of the line to find the end zone. The point after attempt was unsuccessful and the Griz- zlies led 26-0 at the end of the first period. "~ - ..... .. :.: .~ :2 A furnb']e recovery by ~ailaway s~t up another scoring opportunity arid~ by Rock Hills. Broeckelman marched the team down the field and scored the final Rock Hills touchdown of the game with a run to the end zone. Callaway con- vened the two points and the score was 56-6 when the first half came to its conclusion. The 45 point mercy rule was exercised and the game was over. The Rock Hills Grizzlies had won their second consecutive game. They have played four quarters of football and won two games. Broeckelman was the offensive leader for the Grizzlies. He carried the ball seven times for 83 yards, three Broeckelman made the most of it. A 25 yard pass to Johanek put another six points on the board. A.J. Fettig took the ball in for the two point conversion and it was now 34-0, Rock Hills. An- other fumble, this time on the snap from center, was recovered by Broeckelman and he took it into the end zone. The point after attempt was not good but the score was now 40-0. Callaway took,~ another pass for a reception and put six more points on Pasture Clearing Pasture tree clearing post hole drillin,, Gene;'a/dirt or/ot work Snow removal Rodney Payne, 785-545-5141 k Mankato Sports Preview Monday, Sept. 22- Saturday, Sept. 27 Sept. 22 High School Junior Var- sity Football vs. Ostx ne at Rock Hills, 6 p.m. Sep!. 23 High School Volleyballat St,. Johns-Beloit vs. Chase, Southern Cloud, 4 p,m. Sept. 25 Junior High Volleyball- Football at Lakeside at Rock Hills, 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sept. 26 High School Football vs. Wakefield at Rock Hills, 7 p.m. Sept. 27 Rock Hills Youth Foot- ball vs. Wilson at Rock Hills, 10 a.m. Money Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insur- ance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check Cashing, ATM Cards, 1 FCU ATM's in Beloit, Savings Bonds, Night Deposi and Deductions tory, Direct Deposits Payroll Deposit~ and Deductions, No- tary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insur- ance, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Re' sponse Unit, Intemet, Member Access ATM and Debit Card Available. Your National Credit Union Administration, a U S Government A enc Logan Schwerman (36) (left rushing touchdowns, completed four of five pass attempts for 109 yards and threw for a touchdown. Callaway hauled the ball five times for seven yards and caught three passes for 98 yards, two of those good for touch- downs and he ran in two point after touchdown conversions. Fettig took control of the ball seven times for three yards and ran in a two point conver- sion. Higer had two carries for 12 yards and a touchdown. Johanek caught one pass 11 yards and it was good for a touchdown. Schwerman made a two point conversion. Fettig had an interception as did Johanek. Brock McMillan, head coach of the Grizzlies said, "We had some very young kids in there playing on the varsity line for the first time. We stayed focused on our individual keys for the entire game. We need to improve in a handful of different areas." The team had several players on the sidelines because of injuries. It is hoped they will be able to take to the field when the Grizzlies travel to Osbome Friday to take on the undefeated Bull- dogs. RHHS volleyball team off to good start The Rock Hills High School Lady Grizzles showed off their much-im- proved form at the Rock Hills Qua- drangular match last Tuesday at Mankato while upping their season record to 3-2. The Lady Grizzlies, under the guidance of Kaci Nichols, the new head coach, took two of the three games they played. They downed Southern Cloud 25-20 and 25-16 in their first match. They then took down Tescott 25-16 and 25-13. They dropped their final match in three sets, 25-21, 17-25 and 18-25, to Thunder Ridge. Lainee Eakins had seven kills, seven aces and three blocks for the Lady Grizzlies. Chelsea Landreth reg- istered six kills and 12 blocks. Hunter Pennell contributed 34 assists. Lexi Jeffery was in with 19 kills and four aces. Terri Slick collected 13 assists, had three aces and had two digs. Emilee Whelchel had five digs and a kill. Emily Cox had 12 digs, one kill and four aces. Bergen Mauerhan had a kill, four aces and 13 digs. Hannah Daniels finished the three games with 12 kills. The team had opened their season with a three set, 20-25, 25-23 and 25- 23 win over Natoma. St. John's Tipton then handed Rock Hills their first loss of the season in two sets, 21-25 and 14-25. The Rock Hills team was at Miltonvale Saturday for the Southern Cloud Quadrangular meet. The Lady Grizzlies lost some of their momen- tum as they dropped all four matches they played. They fell to Hanover in two sets in their first game, 16-25 and 23-25. Next up was Southern Cloud and Rock Hills fell in three sets, 21- 25, 25-13 and 17-25. Thunder Ridge dropped Rock Hills in two sets, 22-25 and 11-25. The Linn Bulldogs handed the Lady Grizzlies a two set, 15-25 and 13-25 loss in their fourth game Saturday. Eakins had seven kills, five aces and 22 digs for the four match series. Landreth accrued 12 kills, eightblocks and three digs. Pennell had 39 assists, two aces and 13 digs. Jeffery made 19 kills, 30 digs and blocked two shots. Slick had nine digs, 12 assists, one kill and two aces. Whelchel was in with four digs and an ace. Cox scored two aces and had nine digs. Mauerhan scored four aces, had 19 digs and two kills. Daniels had 12 kills, two aces and 18 digs. Kaci Nichols, head coach of the Lady Grizzlies said "I am thoroughly impressed with the team's perfor- mance. They have bested last season' s record in two meets. They have been working hard and giving 100 percent every day. Everyone has stepped up their game and intensity." The Lady Grizzlies attempted to break back into the win column Tues- day when they traveled to Downs to p~arti0p.atc, in .a quadx.angular meet, with Tescott, Lakeside and Southern loud. Results were not available at press time. The team takes to the road again Tuesday to take part in a triangu- lar meet against St. John's-Tipton Catholic and Southern Cloud at Beloit. JHS falls to Southern Cloud The Rock Hills Junior High School volleyball team hosted Southern Cloud Thursday. Southern Cloud swept both the A and B team games in two sets. The B team fell 14-25 and 19-25. Jaclyn Yelken had six points and three aces. Wyatt Duskie (35) a 155 pound junior for the Rock Hills Grizzlies, gets by The A team fell 10-25 and 18-25. a Pike Valley defensive lineman and continues on his quest of bringing down Katie Reinert had three aces and seven the Pike Valley quarterback. The play ended with a loss for Pike Valley points. MONUMENT MARKERS. BENCHES. 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Please feel free to stop in and meet him and welcome him back to the area For appointments: Call Jewell County Rural Health Clinic at 785-3783511 Lainee Eakins, 15, a senior on the Rock a point. RHJHS downs South- era Cloud The Rock Hills Junior High School football team rolled over Southern Cloud 54-8 Thursday. The team scored points on both sides of the ball with the defense returning an interception for a touchdown and tackling Southern Cloud in their own end zone for a safety. Rylee Whelchel attempted four passes and completed one for 16 yards to Roland Cleary. Whelchel carded the ball nine times for two yards and a touchdown. Zane Colson took the ball nine times for 72 yards and two touchdowns. He also returned two punts for 116 yards and two touchdowns. Gunner Johanek grabbed the ball six times, gaining 41 yards and he returned a pass intercep- tion 77 yards for a touchdown. Dereck Gillett took the ball four times and had a net loss of six yards. The team is ip action at Scandia toda), (Thursday) when they meet'the Pike Valley Junior High:School Fan- thers. Meier takes top spot at the Washington Sarena Meier was back in her ac- customed Spot at the front of the field "-atthe Washington County Invitational cross country meet, Thursday, held at the Cedar Hills Golf Course. Meier returned Saturday to run in the Wamego Invitational at the Wamego Country Club. She finished in fifth place in the field of 97 runners. ( .Sentricon' Colony Elimination System Pest Control Lawn Service- SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! Insect-Rodent Control Monthly Bi-Monthly & Seasonal Services Available 109 West 5th, Concordia, Kan. 785-243-2554 o 1-800-748.8184 Grain Bins Eaton GSI Buildings Vacro-Pruden Grain Eauioment Sukup Hutchinson Neco DMC York Legs GSI Dryers American Commercial Agricultural - Industrial 785-781-4383 - 800-221-4383 604 Wisconsin P.O. 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Parents having any questions concerning their child ages birth through 5 may call the Beloit Special Education Cooperative TOLL FREE NUMBER 1-888-738- 5275 before noon on Friday, Sept. 26, 2014 to make an appointment for your child. Approximately 30 minutes will be required to complete the screening It will be held at the USD 272 Board Office located at 708 Locust in Cawker City, Kansas. 38,14 t Hills High School volleyball team, works around a Tescott blocker to score The Washington course was fiat pate as she is recovering from an in- and fast with little wind and cool tern- jury. peratures. Meier took the top spot in Meier ran the course'in 16:24.4 and the 52 runner field with a time of outran all the Class/IA ru'nners. 16:07.27. She was followed by Pike Muirhead is still recovering from an Valley Panther team mate, Santana injury and did not compete. Reeve, insecondplacewiththetimeof Meier will be back running at the 16:09.73. Abby Muirhead, the other Republic County Invitational at the Rock Hills High School runner with Belleville Country Club, Thursday, the Pike Valley team did not partici- Sept. 25. 635 Sarena Meier (635), a sophomore at Rock Hills High compets for Pike'" Valley Cross Country. She ran in the Wamego Cross Country meet Saturday and placed fifth out of a field of 97 girls * Light Housekeeping/Laundry * Personal Hygiene/Grooming * Meal Preparation & Cleanup* Ambulation Assistance * Transportation Assistance * And MORE! Call for your free assessment today! 2014-15 Rock Hills Booster Club Membership Drive is winding down If interested in becoming a member please fill out the attached form and mail it to: Sarah Ortman, 112 N. McRoberts, Mankato, KS 66956. Prices for different levels: Individual, '15; Business $ $ $ 25- 50- 100. Name (will be listed this way on programs and mernber poster) Address Phone# E-MailAddress