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Wyatt Thaye (23) and Cole Epley (32), Lawrence-Nelson Raiders, tackle an Axtell ball carrier during Friday's game action at Axtell The Raiders returned home with a 56-0 win added to their record. L-N Raiders declaw Axtell Wildcats The Lawrence-Nelson High School Raiders continue to steamroll their opponents. The team was off to Axtell Friday where they declawed the Wild- cats 56-0 for their fourth consecutive win. The Raiders rolled out to a 22-0 lead at the end of the first period. They matched that point total in the second quarter and held an insurmountable 44-0 lead at the half The Raiders sub- stituted freely throughout the final two periods as the clock was running con- tinually because of the 35 point rule. The raiders scored a touchdown in each of the final two periods to put an emphatic stamp on their 56-0 win. Dillon Menke opened the Raider scoring list with a seven yard trip to the end zone. Wyatt Thayer scored the next three Raider touchdowns with jaunts of four, 11 and 26 yards. Menke ambled 25 yards to pay dirt for the next Raider score with Cole Epley taking a 17 yard stroll with the reception of a Daniel Schroer pass to end the first half scoring. Menke scooted tO the end zone from 14 yards out for the lone third quarter score while Matthew Buescher tallied the final Raider touchdown in the final quarter. Menke led the Raiders running game with 11 carries good for 98 yards and three touchdowns. Buescher carried six times to amass 76 yards and a touchdown. Thayer hauled the prize package seven times, gaining 50 yards and scoring three touchdowns. Colton Biltoft carried three times and accrued 27 yards. Daniel Schroer kept the ball for himself seven times, gained 20 yards and passed for a touchdown while Epley carried twice for a net gain of five yards and a touchdown. Schroer completed three of the nine passes he attempted for 23 yards. Aus- tin Mazour held onto one for three yards, Josh Himmelberg glued his hands to one for three yards and Epley hauled one in for 17 yards and a touch- down. Defensively, the team was buzzing all over the field; keeping the Wildcats off balance. Biltoft recorded four solo tackles. Buescher made three solos and Dakota Thayer (45), throws a block, as Dillon Menke (14) struggles assisted witla three taclles. Menke posted two solo shots and an assist. Stephen Kimminau recorded a solo and two assists. Brandon Ward nailed one solo and had four assists. Schroer put up a solo tackle and an assist. Thayer shot in for a solo tackle and had an assist and Jon Doty, Jr. finished with a solo tackle and an assist. Epley and Himmelberg each contributed five assists. Preston Franzen chipped in three assists. Mazour came up with two assists. Brennan Miller showed up with two assists and Wyatt Heikkinen had an assist as did Brandon Skinner and Austin Mundorf. It will be Parent' s Night at Lawrence Friday as the Shelton Bulldogs pay a visit to play the Raiders. Lady Raiders play hectic week of games The Lawrence-Nelson High School Lady Raiders volleyball team had a hectic week, playing four games in four days. The team was in Harvard last Tuesday, where they split a pair of games. The Lady Raiders made quick work of the Meidian Mustangs in two sets, 25-18 and 25-14 They were not as fortunate in their secon d encounter of the evening with the Blue Hill Bob- cats, who downed Lawrence-Nelson in two sets, 16-25 and 14-25. Franklin was Thursday's destina- tion where the Lady Raiders effec- tively grounded the Flyers in three set, 25-16, 25-12 and 25-16. It was back on the road and on the court again Friday against the Axtell Wildcats. This was a marathon five set match but the Lady Raiders persevered and continued their winning ways. They took the measure of the Flyers ' . ....... Harlie Himmelberg (2), a Lawrence-Nelson High School Lady Raider, digs out a spiked ball during Cherokee Thayer (4), a Lawrence-Nelson, Lady Raider, digs for the ball during game action against the Axtell Wildcat, Friday, at Axtell. The Lady Raiders edged the Wildcats in five sets for the victory. 25-20, 23-25, 19-25, 25-21 and 15-13. The Lady Raiders faced the Kenesaw Blue Devils at Kenesaw Tuesday. Results were unavailable at press time. Lawrence-Nelson will be on the road yet again Tuesday as they travel to Blue Hill for a rematch with the Bobcats. i IIH,II Guide Rock By Sandy Larkey Tina Smith has had their storage building on East State Street roofed and is busy cleaning out a lot of"stuff" from it. There's a variety of semi-truck parts and a few other automotive-type parts to get rid of. Also a whole lot of just plam "junk," so she's got herself a big project cleaning it all out so they can store more "stuff" in it. Tina and her family said to mention how much they appreciated the help ofDaUy Duffy and Daniel Duffy for helping them with the roofing job. Tina also told me she nearly had a rodeo Saturday morning, when a horse came trotting down the street. She managed to calm it down and catch it, just as somebody came after it. She told me who the horse' s pursuers were, but that infolipped my mind. She said it was Sherry Duffy's horse. Memoriams to the Guide Rock Cemetery Board were as follows: In memory of Elvin Pritts from Jeaniece Montgomery; in memory of Red Davenport, from Ward and Verna Ohmstede and Evelyn Beck; in memory of Lloyd Greenhalgh, from Jim and Jacque Shipman, Bob and Carolyn Wright, Richard and Phyllis Greenhalgh, Teresa Gable, Harry and D "  arlene Counsd, ly Fox, Ike Davenport, Randy "Davenport, Dan Davenport, Kathy Nelson, Buren and Jo Thomas, Bruce and Pauline Tho- mas, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas, Linda and Denny Kort, Dave and Liz Petsch, Virgil and Karen Rose, Frank and Jane Washburn, Roger and Sandy Ohmstede, Mike and Sherri Ohmstede, Debbie and Marmy Fernandez, Steve and Kim Ohmstede, C. Michael and Judy Hoover, Jr. Last Tuesday afternoon, a pickup towing a disc plow went off the road on Highway 136 just west of the intersec- tion with Highway 78. I saw the after- math as I was returning from Hastings. As is required, the fire department was called to the scene of the accident. A wimess told me the disc plow started "bouncing around and swinging from side to side," and caused the truck to go out of control and off the road. The driver was uninjured; luckily, the truck didn't roll. Since the incident happened in that first valley west of the intersec- tion- you know, at that first big drop- off- the driver was luckier than... well, he must have had his pockets full of four-leaf clovers. I have no word on who waS involved or whether the pickup remained drivable. Anyway, if you were wondering about the siren going off in the middle of the after- noon, that's why. John Ohmstede at Ely's, Inc., esti- mated the soybean harvest is about 75 to 80 percent complete. He said the yield is better than a lot of people expected, though he had no hard fig- ures to give me. The girls at CPI said the harvest was coming along, but they also had no hard figures for me, said I'd have to talk to Lester, who is a mighty hard guy to catch sometimes. So no real word on how the harvest is doing. lee Doughman sad there were only four people at last Wednesday's cof- fee, because of lots of other activities. But as usual, they enjoyed the time together. Fruits and nuts were on the treat table. Lavonn Johnston's son, Don, from Carthage, Me., was in town to visit; he's in the trucking business and had a meeting in Keamey, so stopped off to see Morn on his way. Arlene Anderson has been at the Legion Hall a lot these past few days, accepting items for the Trail of Trea- sures. Of course, by the time you read this, it will be all over, so next week I'll have a further report on it. I hope lots of people show up the Legion Hall is an important part of our town, and we need to support it. The library board met last Wednes- day afternoon. Wanda Langer said nothing special on the agenda,just that they hadn't'had a meeting for a while and thought they ought to. Hopefully, Carol Morris, the librarian, will be back to work next week. After that, the board expects to resume regular meet- ings, and report results to the newspa- pers. Well, Dave and Ellie are wanting to get out and hit up the Trail of Treasures and are agitating at me. As always, a box at the post office for your news items, email diaspar3 @aol.com, snail mail at P. O. Box 93, or call me at 257- 2037. That's all until next week. Office Supplies Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. Third St. Superior 402-879-3291 Senior Citizens Sales;... WHAT A I00UPERIOR IDEA! For hot deals on quality merchandise and personalized service stop In at Ideal Market 150 W. Fourth Street Superior, Neb. 402-879-4430 FINALLY! being over 55 for additional yardage as the action against the Axtell Wildcats Fri- Is a good thing Lawrence-Nelson Raiders battled the dav at Axtell. The Lady Raiders won Senior, r= Sa'vinl8 Axtell Wildcats at Axtell Friday. The thematch n five sets. 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Thursday October 10, 2013 Study provides 00aso n sfor carnival " :: " r00dequeasmess By Michakahee, VhDiiiil hen spice, ginger is touted as Universijbf Nebraska ':: :malrnative remedy for motion sick- Mleal Center ness,'but conflicting reports cannot "Stop the rider ' Stop the ride!,' . confirmits effectiveness (and those on That' s Whaf I ,screamed while bloodthinners or aspirin should avoid strapped in: a spinning carnival ride trying it), with my sistei4when I was about'lli:',:7 The.best way to conquer motion years old. I tffas the twists, drops"aii:" sickness is to simply have frequent other scaresofpi;Vocativemotiontlat :exposure to rides to desensitize the made me nauseous. I felt Sick the rest" : vestibular system, but this typically of the night. ATter that experience, r 'requires intensive training. couldn t step n a cyclonic ride for :, .... .lesearch offers an easier sugges- years. ' , ' tion: a positive psychological attitude Most of us have a story of love or helps prevent motion sickness. Sitting hate with carnival rides. Some love the down on a ride with a convincing atti- sensation, while'others like me, can't tude that you are goingto enjoy it leads stand it. to a better experience tJ]an the self- There are two theories on why we' fulfilling prophecy of gerrgorra4gde get dizzy fromcarnival rides. One idea that you believe is going to make you is the toxin detector (which sounds like sick. a state fair spectacle itself). It suggests:  ,,.  .. that our bodies4mve a natural defend:,:  affdutua npids system to elimirmtepoisons. If the brai 'IIiI :lower cholesterol. senses someth isout of alignmet,/!Lio: :, =, *, ." the innate ree is to elirri"il,. Illllalnllillon possibly ingestS'toxin. So whea:Ur  ....... in sorghum lipids lower choles- balance cente/ and vision are tisteg, i terol levels and intestinal bowel in- up in knots,  d believes We,. ,.d flammation in lab animals, University swallowed a'sn and triggers :tl0g Nebraska-Lincoln research has nausea respotisegThat leads to vomit J,-, {euatl' and scientists are working to ing if we can't talk ourselves outof iti fl out exactly howin an attempt to The second!itheory has to do wi,ii; ,icreate food products at could man- signals the b center sends Qd; ,e,, conditions in humans. keart whein:'!ed upskle.! is part of UNL's em- and flipp.es,. The! bO',iti foods," which center, callvstiarl $sintaining natural sits deep irisi,li'ipart certain health the brairr:._ ,1 i6i ililgpievention of a va- tions,theffn:lert,:.tfif\\;disdases:  work involves heart to mp'f/tdr and redirecting scientists from several disciplines. blood flow to . This system R Li key THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A ghum whole kernels and their effect on cholesterol metabolism in hamsters, which have similar lipid cholesterol metabolism as humans. Scientists found that hamsters fed a- diet supplemented with grain sorghum lipids had significantly lower choles- terol and liver cholesterol levels, Schlegel said. ''hese concentrations were in the metabolic ranges known to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease in hu- mans," the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources scientist added. "They probably prevented cholesterol from absorbing through the large in- testine. It just passed through. "We also recently determined that the fatty diet fed to the animals not only increased cholesterol but also intesti- nal inflammation. Howeve r , sorghum supplerentation was able to remediate many markers of this cellular stress. How it does this, well, that is the next step in Our research," Schlegel added. Ongoing research includes deter- mining the specific components re- sponsible for both responses. Then, scientists hope to incorporate those into a food ingredient for humans. In addition to its human,health im- plications, such ingredients also could raise the value of sorghum for produc- ers, Schlegel noted. Although the UNL research focused on whole kernel sor- ghum, the components responsible for these health benefits also can be ex- tracted from sorghum-ethanol byproducts, which would improve the economics of that ethanol production since thosebyproducts now are used, if at all, as animal feed. Weather Superior also tells coronary heart contents'so a major cause of distract States and other are effective Re they are still enjoy side Here are jo) inked to many Rides disorders, including colon comin brain register the effects, so re to find nondrug strat- coasters foods, to re- ting a few seats from the front allows s" grain sorghum comes you to anticilte the.tion withOut;, .....-.,tr^t.-^.,. r,, ^aM; missing me exnalOn. ' ":', ',;:" ,. .......... ..... " 'r,:andpartoftberesearchteam. It Kloes that nae you focus on sta .... " i a rich source Of several chemicals tionary objects (are more confusing, Think ofthe'q'iRa-Whirl," where you thht can decrease cholesterol in addi- focuson the cenler of the cart you'r  tion to preventing inflammation but has been largely overlooked for hu- seated in. which doesn't move. The manconsumptionintheU.S.Although mind thinks it sees something motion- .:  U - k thP warld' IPadin nrc, less while the body experiences twists ! ,.'dex-SZre."of _rainso'r%- and turns This sends mixed signais to ' mst'oe-r misoun  u p try the brain and is more likely to trigge r` for;animal feed and ethanol produc- motion sickness, tion: ControUedregnlarbreathinghelps The UNL research focused on the motion tolerance, and studies suggest, extractable lipid fraction of grain sor- it's at least half as effective as anti, motion medications while completely ...... Lynn Wilton, NOAA Observer Temperature High for the week ......................... 86 Low for this week ......................... 40 Precipitation Precipitation ............................... 1.27 Year to date .............................. 23.87 Average through October ........ 25.43 Near Nelson Precipitation this week .............. 3.51 Near Lawrence Precipitation this week .............. 4.29 Near Oak Precipitation this week .............. 3.01 Near Hardy Precipitation this week .............. 2.10 Near Ruskin Precipitation this week .............. 3.72 Parts of Nuckolls County received heavy rain this week and the Little Blue River was in flood stage Thurs- day. While Jewell County received very little. Even in Superior the rai varied greatly. Unofficially residents in. North Superior received about .70 while less than half that was received in the southern part of the community. free of side effects. In a study of 61 volunteers, rides that only moved back and forth had half as much risk for motion sickness than those that added a second move= ment. A third m0w.ment only slightly increased the ris!bf motion sickness. So if you can'aladle twd different  motions, you likely can also handle the wildest rides. *While somever-the-counter dru can reduce motion sickness, drowsy side,efftS typically in6 with enjoyin  diy atthe Custom Application Of Liquid and Dry Fertilizer and Chemical Propane Anhydrous ..... Crop Productwn Serwces ):i 1221 E.3rd Street Superior,-Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4749 stuaent off prescril00ion for gSS. . . ..... " to Express 1481E. Third:St., Superior, Neb. 68978 1-800-359-2120 Order0000 and keepi:00UrstUdent in touch with home eve week It could .,;'. ,,. : . 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