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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 10, 2013 "Tlae Doniphan-Trumbull Cardinals came to Superior Friday and demon- strated the form that has them in the position of the top-ranked Class C2 football team in the state. The Wildcats put up a fight for the whole game but were overwhelmed by the Cardinals speed and brawn. Doniphan-Trumbull scored at the 8:35 mark of the first period and elected to try the two point conversion. They were successful and the score was 8-0. The Wildcats mounted a few short drives, played great defense and ran time off the clock. The Cardinals man- aged to put the ball in the Wildcat end zone with 18 seconds left in the first quarter. They again opted to attempt the two point conversion. An they were again successful and held a 16-0 lead as time expired in the first period. . Daniel AIIgood (6), a Superior High School running back, tries to elude Doniphan-Trumbull Cardinal tacklers during Friday's game at Superior's Brodstone Field. The Cardinals won the contest 68-7. , the football after the kickoff and ! mounted a sustained drive down the field. Logan Lipker completed a pass to Joey Gilbert and he ran into the end Colton May (25) a Superior High School Wildcat running back attempts to zone for an appiarooewnUoChda:eOnlA y pick up yardage against Doniphan-Trumbull Cardinal defenders.during Friday's * mere was a .yeuo. g .... . game at Superior s Brodstone Memorial Field The Cardinals came aw,4vthe '';': wuucat malscreuon causeu me tOUCh- winners of the game by a score of 68-7 " . ''), downtobenullified.Theykeptdriving . ' ' '. i',,"', but did not reach the Cardinals ena Wtldeats fall *- * .... - - - - :'''!: ' :,zone' When Doniphan-Trumbull took Gum t,v t,vl. ine seconu quarter was notas sue- " ". ....... ,, , ranked Cardinals cessfulfortheWildcats.TheCard'i'nals over me Pall on aowns, mey ca, mJy scored again at the 9:29 mark and again marched back up the field and, with attempted and made the two point con- . 48:4 left on the clock, hammered the version, taking a 24-0 lead. Doniphan-: last touchdown nail of the half into the Trumbull then tried an on-side kick on ' Wildcats score board, which showed theensuingkickoff.TheWildcatswere the visitors with 46 points to zero for unable to cover the ball once it had the home team. traveled the required 10 yards and the The Cardinals.put another touch- Cardinals had possession of the :.bltll ; r ' Consignments Wanted Farm Machinery, Vehicles, Boats, Riciing Mowers, ATVs, Tools, Shop Equipment and Etc. 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The point after kick was good and Superior had seven points on the board. Doniphan-trumbull scored two more touchdowns to complete their scoring for the game and the final tally was 68 points for the Cardinals and seven for the Wildcats. Daniel Allgood and Colton May led the Wildcats in rushing. It is Parents Night Friday at Brodstone Memorial Field as theWild- cats play host to the Thayer Central Titans in the last home game of the season. Cecilia tournament with mixed bless- hags. The team won a pair of games dropping the Heartland Huskies in two sets, last Tuesday, 25-16 and 29-27, then dropped a two set match to the Wood River Eagles, 15-25 and 20-25, and came back to defeat the Silver Lake Mustangs in two sets, 25-20 and 25-12. The Lady Cats split a pair of games on Thursday as they fell to the host St. Cecilia Hawkettes in two set, 17-25. and 18-25 before rebounding and de- feating the Cross County Cougars in two sets, 25-22 and 25-17. Against the Huskies, Alex Meyer had 14 kills and Leah Meyer added seven kills. Taylor Jensby and Morgan Frahra each added six kills and Chelsea Renz put down one. Frahm. L. Meyer and Jensby each had a blocked shot. A. Meyer recorded two aces and Jaysa Hoins posted one. Riley Butler hit the deck for 11 digs. A. Meyer had five. Kendra Schiermeyer pushed up four,.Jensby and Renz each rooted out three. Ellie Wittke had two while Amy Hefts and L. Meyer each had one dig. Hoins posted 25 assists. A. Meyer had nine kills for the game against the Wood River Eagles. Jensby posted four, Frahm had two with Hefts, L. Meyer and Hoins each contributing one kill apiece. L. Meyer blocked two shots and Frahm shut down one. Butler was the lead digger with eight. Makayla Utecht grubbed up four. A. Meyer, Hefts and Hoins grounded themselves for two each attd Jensby closed out with one. Hoins put up two aces while A. Meyer and Butler each added one. Hoins finished with 14 as- sist. A. Meyer led the kill column for the win against Silver lake with 15. L. Meyer came up with six. Frahm chipped in four. Jensby was good for two and Hefts and Hoins each added one each. L. Meyer recorded the lone blocked shot for the Lady Cats. Hoins had three aces. Hefts deposited two and Jensby aced one. Butler dug up 13, while Utecht, Hoins, Jensby and Schiermeyer all recorded three. Hoins posted 22 assists. Lady Cats look to The Lady Cats went up against a streaky St. Cecilia team and fell behind improve on 17-3 record when the Hawkettes capitalized on The Superior High School Lady unforced errors. Superior never re- Cats exited the two day Hastings St. grouped when the Hawkettes would /!%1: i;: ...... Logan Lipker (5), the Superior High School Wildcat quarterback, holds onto the football as he attempts to elude pursuing Doniphan-Trumbull Cardinal defenders during Friday's game action at Superior's Brodstone Memorial Field. The cardinals won the game, 68-7. 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Meyer went low for four and Jensby sent up two. Heine posted 19 assists for the contest. A. Meyer was the leading killer for the Lady Cats with 11, during the Cross County match. Frahm hit for six. L. Meyer and Jensby posted three each.Heine killed two and Hefts had a single kill. A. Meyer led the ace crowd with two, Butler and Jensby each con- tributed one. Hefts went ground for 14 digs,Butler piled up 12. Utecht and Heine pushed up seven apiece. Jensby fell to earth for four,.A. Meyer sent up three while Frahm and L. Meyer each had one. Hoins made 20 assist during the match. The Lady Cats will host the Heart- land Huskies today (Thursday) as they look to improve upon their 17-3 season record.The team will not play again until the following Thursday. Wildcat runners compete at Beloit The Superior High School Wild- cats cross country team was at the Beloit Invite Thursday. The girls team finished in ninth place and the boys ended the meet in 15th place by one point. For the girls team, Mattison Sullivan crossed the finish line in 22nd place with her time of 18:58.33. Catera Nondorf held the 35th spot with her time of 19:50.26. Angie Miller fin- ished the meet in 49th with the time of 21:49.58. Jenna Lancer was 52nd with her time of 22:12.38 and Mariah Parker was in 61st with the time of 24:30.51. There were 64 girl runners from 17 schools who competed over the four kilometer course. Danny Hogan led the Superior boys team with a 62nd place finish and his time of 21:08.15. Donnie Hogan was the next Wildcat finisher at 75th with his time of 21:57.28. Jacob Whitmore finished in 84th with the time of 22:53.53. Bryce Jurgensmier held the 86thposition with his timeof23:01.16. Brian Simonsen was in 97th with the time of 25:36.25. The race was run over a five kilo- meter course with 103 runners from 20 schools taking part. The final regular season meet is today (Thursday) at the Thayer Cen- tral Invite. Your news is important to us We'd like to include your family news in the Superior Express. The addresses are P.O. Box 408 for mailing, delivery to 148 East Third Street, telephone: 402-879-3291, fax: 402-879-3463 or e-mail: tse@ superiorne.com. We Will Closed Monday, Oct. 14 in observance of Columbus Day Farmers and Merchants Bank Central National Bank Superior and Lawrence, Neb. Superior, Neb. Horizon Bank Commercial Bank Home Federal Republic By Betty Bouray Mark and Loisann Brown traveled to Champagne, Ill., to visit daughter, Miranda, and son-in-law, Adam, for the weekend. Joan Birrell went to the Women of Faith conference at the Sprint Center in Kansas City Sept. 27 and 28. Women from churches in Belleville, Superior and other churches were there, among the 8,000 women who attended. Weekend guests of Glenn and Phyllis Hofts were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hofts, Jackie Hofts and Carsen; Kalrina McClure and Tristan, Mr. and Mrs. Terran Woolley and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wooley. Everyone is cleaning out their clos- ets for the Republic United MethodiSt Church's semi-annual garage sale on Saturday. The last day of the Dig Into Read- ing series story hour has been com- pleted with nine children and five adults participating. The prize for the most books read went to Jaren Aurand; teens reading 15 minute intervals went to Jaden Nowell. The read to me logs have not all been turned in to announce that winner and the adult reading scav- enger hunt logs also have until Satur- day,. o we will announce that next week. Several prizes were awarded for the children. Adult weekly drawing winners were Heather Fuller, Marilyn Aurand, Lisa Nowell and Mickey Daniels. The pet photo contest has came to an end and earned the Library $129.51 I guess the old age saying holds true: "Dogs rule," at least in this contest. Here are the results: (1) Max, owner Betty Bouray fam- ily; (2) Penelope, owner Jaren Aurand; (3) Quincy, owner Marilyn K. Aurand family; (4) Shamus, owner Kay Sarah K. Brown family; (5) Kelly, owner Dennis or Carol Uric; (6) Dunny Latte, owner Marilyn K. Aurand family; (7) Tiny Coco, owner Roberta Holland; (8) Zorro, owner Marilyn K. Aurand family. Prizes were awarded to the winners and their humans. Prize sponsors were Rip City Inn, Marilyn and Jaren Aurand, M & M Service and Repair (Kent and Betty Bouray). Republic United Methodist Church Tuesday Bible study group has fm- ished their study of James and will .begin a new study, "Lord, Give Me Patience, and Give It to Me Right Now!" By James W. Moore and Bob J. Moore. Ryan, Amy, Rowan and Remy Swartz of Kansas City visited Kent Swartz this week. Kent Swartz trav- eled to Lindsborg to hear son, Ryan Swartz, speak at the 16th business ca- reer conference held at the Burnett Center. This is part of the school's homecoming events. Ryan is an alum- nus and the keynote speaker. Office Supplies Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. 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