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/* +.- gpropels Nelson wctory capitalized on a good gattack to get pa+q Kencs;lw 15-10 in a volleyball played on tile Lildy Blue home court Friday Paul Shimek sitid the allowed the setters tiers result- Tigers being able Ca little of our power and stay on their the passing was it was not the best game. "Our g was terrible and we need tlot more." He said it was up for the two big red Tuesday against :1Shickley. Hanson was 18 of 21 aces at the serving Kniep and Rachel teach were 17 of 20 spik- Kniep getting 13 aces 10. High setting Were shared by Jessi En- Wendi Himmelberg. her sets 24 with 10 assists. had nine assists. of 38 passing. blocking was five of five with three kills to lead file defense. Holly Havel led the l_ady Blue Devils with two aces and 10 points. Leslie Ruhter had three kills and Jennifer Jacobsen ended with four set assists. Beloit romps over 7th graders Superior's seventh grade foot- ball team fell before a ferocious Trojan attack 20-0 last Thursday afternoon. " Beloit used good field posi- tion to race to a 14-0 half time lead and added six more in the second half. Despite the shut out, several young Wildcats stood out on de- fense, according to the coaching staff. Eric Beard, Adam Delka, Josh Kussman and Darren Lemke played good games. On the of- fensive side of the ball, fine per- formances were turned in by De- rek Hiatt, Luke Miller, Mark Hamilton and Luke Alexander. Superior plays at Belleville today (Thursday) and finishes their season at home against Fairbury Tuesday. "Love Me" was the theme for Davenport High School's homecoming celebration Friday which culminated in the crowning of the king and queen after the football game. Anne Greer, the 1991 homecoming queen, crowned Jed Reinke king and Kristi Stables queen. Attendants (from left) were: Mark Holtzen and Maisie Bohling, freshmen; MiLch Kubicek and Jani Nippert, sophomores; and Jason Anderson and Kimberly Folkerts, juniors. The parents are Steve and Judy Reinke, John and Sheila Stables, Don and Bey Holtzen, Tom and Barb Bohling, Gary and Jo Kubicek, Larry and Patti Nippert, Wayne and Jan Anderson and Robert and Deb Folkerts. --Express Photn Lady Cougars match 2 wins for week seventh grade students were pictured inspecting the rubber running track surface being applied this week to the Track. Pictured are Luke Alexander, Nathan Bouray, Zach Alexander and Jeff Nelson. tires used to complete cat CommuniLy Track ;of running surface on Community Track School. eight hundred were ground and Three layers of a latex-glue mate- the process Four of the Lg lanes ong - ; shipped t sacks similar in size ire Workers open the walking allow the five-man the rub- ,9reads with a large, flat-sided rake. Ap- plication of the latex glue used to bond the rubber panicles is a three- man job. One drives the truck, another carries the hose and a third does the spraying. On good drying days it takes seven to eight hours to coat the track with latex. Dry weather is needed for the glue application as rain will dilute it. With good weather it gener- ally takes five days to surface a track similar in size to the one in Superior. The crew now working here specializes in track surfacing. Working in the Midwest this sum- mer, the crew has not been able to work more than four days a week because of rain. In the winter months the crew works in the warmer southern states. The men applying the surfac- ing expect it will last 12 to 15 years, perhaps longer, with proper maintenance. A Special You following who will also be at the new track facility ration of $500 or more. Martin, Arlene and Stuart Tietjen in memory of Nathan Mel and Marie Menke John and Carlita Price Dr. and Mrs. Robert Leibel Gary Follmer Midwest Track and Tennis Jim and Donna Miller Eagles Club Area 3101 Ann, Luke and Zach Alexander Evelyn Sweet in memory of Everett RMS blows past Southern Cloud 52-20 By Kory Oplinger The Randall Middle School Trojans are keeping pace with their goals for this year. One major The crew manager projected goal was team unity. that in about six years the inside It took team effort in the last running lane will need some main- game to blow Southern Cloud tenance, away for a final score of 52-20. Later this fall the track will be striped. Members of the Superior Gar- den Club have been landscaping the northeast comer of the track field. Arlene Tietjen, a horticul- ture student at Central Commu- Jasyn Garman made four touchdown runs of 40 yards or more. Mr. Brown says that South- ern Cloud was so worried about Todd Robinett that the first four times Jasyn touched the ball he scored. nity College, has developed a The next game is at Jewell, I- detailed plan for the location of where avery important game is to / theshrubs.Highschoolagronomy happen. The Trojans play club members have assisted with Hillcrest and the winner of the the planting of the shrubs, game should be league champ. Coach Brown says one thing Those who study the stars to look for in Hillcrest is that they have God for a teacher, are fast, fast, fast. In Loving Memory Sunday, Oct. 11 Superior Volunteer Fire Department will host the Fallen Fire Fghters', Memo rialS e roic e at 11 a.m., at the First United Presbyterian Church, Superior, 9Vb. This service honors America's fire fighters who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their fellow citizens All former firemen or honorary fire fhters are invited to attend Coffee and rolls will be served at the fire station at 9:30 a.m., prior to the service The Superior Volunteer Fire Department is also in the process of placing memorial plaques in the cemetery in memory of those men who have served with the Superior Volunteer Fire Department. All relatives of deceased former Superior firemen who would like a memorial plaque for their loved ones should contact Earl Studer, phone 402-879-3202 or 402-879-4676, ff you would like a memorial plaque. i The Mankato Cougars volley- ball team went 2-0 in the last week with victories over South- ern Cloud and Pike Valley. Changes in the line up and in- creased aggressiveness at the net were credited for the wins. Mankato defeated Southern Cloud 15-12, 5-15, 8 -15. The Cougars were 58 of 74 spiking with 30 kills. Sarah Lindberg was high spiker with 23 hits and 10 aces. Nicole Benoit and Julie Rallsback shared setting duties with 49 and 37. Leading server for Mankato was Suzy Rines who was 14 of 16 for 9 points and 2 aces. As a team the Cougars recorded a total of 32 blocks. Mankato later defeated Pike Valley in two sets, 15-11, 15-5. Leading spiker was Darcy Dempsey who was 5 of 5 and 5 aces. Michell Decker was 11 of 13 and 3 aces. Benoit was again the leading setter with 31. She was also the top server going 15 of 15 for 12 points and 3 aces. Defensively, Susan Gillett led Mankato with 4 blocks. The Cougars celebrated par- ents' night Tuesday in a game against North Central of Kensington. Lawrence wins over Lady Warriors in 2 The Lady Panthers had little trouble against Guide Rock Fri- day evening, beating the Lady Warriors in two sets, 15-6 and 15-5. Michelle Kohmetscher and Tiffany Jarosik combined for 15 points and six aces to lead Lawrence serving. Rene Janda and Jill Herbek served six and seven points respectively. Jarosik and Jenny Brockman each had five kills at the net while Carrie Menke was 21 of 26 setting with 12 assists. Emily Wiest led the Lady Warriors in both serving and spik- ing. She was six of six for three points at the service line and was nine of 10 with one ace at the net. Nichole Kinnaman was 13 of 15 to pace the setters. Guide Rock's coach, Darin Nichols, said the team was im- proved from their game with Milligan a week ago but were still making some mental errors. He praised the team for their hustle and readiness to play. Lawrence also won the reserve' s game 15-11 and 15-9. Lisa Rumsley served seven points and Diedre Knehans six for the Lady Warriors. Guide Rock hosts Trumbull Friday evening while Lawrence travels to Milligan. Anybody who thinks there's plenty of room at the top has a lot to learn about pyramids. Personalized Rocks 4 11 18 25 Thursday, October 1, 1992 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A SHS harriers place in three meets The Superior Wildcat harriers placed in meets at Hebron, Minden and Geneva. Hebron Invite Eve Heydenberk led the girls with a 33rd place finish. She was followed by Kendra Rempe in 34th place and Hillary Damon at 40th. The order of the boys finish was Drew Ekart, Wade .VanMeter, Jason Rempe, Tracy Duncan, Jason Ray and Chris Tordrup with Ekart medaling. Mlnden Invite Ekart finished in 20th place to lead the boys team. VanMeter was 45th, Duncan 55th, Ray 56fll and Tordup 59th. Rempe led the girls with a 31 st place finish. Damon finished in 40th, Heydenberk 43rd and Amy Jensen 44th. Geneva Invite The girls ran without Amy Jensen and finished with Damon 31st, Heydenberk 36th and Rempe 43rd. Superior's boys missed the race start and were disqualified: Lawrence's two rumers, Dou g Synek and Beth Buescher placed 10th and 28th respectively. Holly Nelson (left) and Stacey Jensen hold the trophy won by the Superior High School Marching Wildcat Band in the Germanfest band competition held at Fairbury Sept. 19. There were 106 units in the parade. Superior placed second among six bands. ----Express Photo ; Nuckolls County residents all The pupils sat two in a dou- have had a kindergarden or first- ble seat, might be changed to a grade teacher who was the very single if you talked too much. best teacher in the whole world. And each morning someone had And if they went to a country the privilege of bringing the pail school they knew they would of drinking water into the build- probably have the same teacher ing, with everyone sharing the for several years, dipper when thirsty. The Nuckolls County Muse- The pupils gave the pledge of um has a school just like that allegiance and recited the 23rd right next door! Come for a visit Psalm, and played in the sand any Sunday afternoon 1:30-5:00. box on days when it was too And don't forget to bring your cold to playoutside, children. ,, , Clip and Save Rides for Senior Citizens Are Available Monday through Friday SENIOR SER VICES 25 per ride or buy a fare card for 25 rides $5.00 for persons over 60 years of age and handicapped of any age. -- $1.00 per ride or buy a fare card lor 25 rides lor $20.00 for persons under age 60 Monday ............. 9 a.m.-i0:30 a.m. and 1:30-4 p.m. Tuesday ............. 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. and 1:30-5 p.m. Wednesday ...... 9 am.-10:30 a.m. and 1:30-4 p.m. Thursday .......... 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. and 1:30-4 p.m. Friday ............... 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. and 1:30-5 p.m. Saturday .............. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Meals Only 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., reserved for delivering meals on wheels, six days a week. Phone 402-879-4679 for reservations clip and Save ........ SUPERIORoctober PUBLIC ScHoOLsI AcnmTV 1992CALENDAR " ] Y WEDNESDAY SDAY 1 2 3 JHVB at'Belleville FB at Geneva 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. JHFB - 5p.m. St. Cecilia VB Invitational 5 6 AreTa Land Judging 8 VB at Aurora 0 10 5:30-6:30-7:30 JHVB with Hebron IHFB with Fairbur Superior JHVB with Deshler FB with Concordi= NMEA Honor [H) - 4:30-5:30 p.m. (H) 4-5 p.m. IN SERVICE - 1:30 (H) - 4-5 (H)- 7:30 p.m. Choir-Band Dismissals Lawrence Cross HOMECOMING Auditions 9-10 FB with Earth Jamboree at South Ward - 1:10 Country - 5 Belleville (H) Geneva for Fh North Ward - 1:20 Sixth Grade Field SAT College Test 6:30 p.m. and Sixth Grade Jr.-Sr. High - 1:30 Trip 12 13 14 15 16 17 VB with Mankato FB with (H) Townhall Meeting ASVAB Testing VB at Hebron Adams Central 5:30-6:30-7:30 Concerning 5:30-6:30-7:30 (H) - 7:30 p.m. LB 848 9-10 FB with 7:30 p.m. Belleville (H) Elks Club 6p.m. L 20 9-1 22 23 24 ! VB at Geneva School Board 5:30-6:30-7:30 FB at Hebron ACT College Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Testing PSAT - Juniors SHS Cafeteria End of First Nine Weeks FB with 26 Superior 27 VBwith 28 29entennial(H)C 30TEACHERS' 31 Freshman VB St. Cecilia (H) CONVENTION Invitational 5:30-6:30-7:30 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. PARENT'S NIGHT PARENT'S ] State Land Judgi NIGHT J Begin Second Burr County Parent-Teacher , NineWeeks ..... FFA FRUIT SALE i I i I ++ l.+ = ++