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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 10, 2013 Weston Wagner and Kelli Jeffery were crowned Rock Hills High School homecoming king and queen prior to the Pike Valley versus Rock Hills football game played in Mankato Friday evening. Lady .Grizzlies host quadrangular meet The Rock Hills High School Lady Grizzlies hosted a quadrangular meet last Tuesday at the high school gymna- sium The Lady Grizzlies lost a two set, 18-25 and 21-25, match to Lin- coll. Osborne came away with a two set, 23-25 and 17-25, win against Rock Hills while Lakeside eked out a three set, 25-21, 13-25 and 15-25, match victory. , For the three matches, Terri Slick made five kills, had three digs and an ace. Hunter Pep_nell put up 33 assists, an ace, 16 digs and four kills. Lexi Jeffery made seven aces; five kills, an assist and 16 digs. Kelli Jeffery had three aces, made seven kills, had four assists and 18 digs. Hannah Daniels scored three aces, made eight kills, had an assist and 23 digs. Lallee Eakins finished with an ace, 10 kills, a block and 12 digs. Chelsea Landreth had" three aces, four kills, tw/o assists, four blocks and eight digs while Allison Railsback contributed an assist and a dig. The junior varsity squad took two sets, 22-20 and 21-12, from Lincoln and split two sets, 14-21 and 21-17 With Osborne. Far both matches, Railsback fin- ished with 19 assists, six aces, a kill and three digs. Landreth chipped in two kills. Shyanne Fernandez put up three kills and two digs. Emily Cox made an ace and added eight kills, Laretta Cleary had a kill. L. Jeffery added three aces, four kills, a solo blosck and a dig. Slick made two aces, two kills and picked up three digs, and Taneile Peroutek ended with five digs. Rachel Duffy, coach of the Lady Grizzlies, said: 'The girls are working hard every day and it's great to see their improvement at this point in the season. The Lady Grizzlies conclude their regular season play with a trip to Wil- son Tuesday. Grizzlies win big against Pike Valley The weather may have been cool- ing off Friday but the Rock Hills High School Grizzlies football team kept the heat turned up high against the Pike Valley High School Panthers and sent the homecoming crowd home after one half of play with a 58-0 victory. homecoming crowd in abig way. Grant Davis started the scoring parade when he picked up a blocked punt and scampered 23 yards to the end zone. Devon Freeman ran the ball into the end zone for the two point conversion. Freeman would soon be back in the end zone, scoring the first of his five touchdowns of the game. Spencer Callaway andWyattDuskie would also fred the end zone for the Grizzlies. Rock Hills held a 36-0 lead at the end of the first period. They added. three more touchdowns in the second period to lead 58-0 as the second and final quarter of the game came to a close. The 45 point rule was in effect and the game was over. The Grizzlies had overcome the loss of key players to injuries. Freeman ran wild over the Panther defense, scoring on rqns of 19, 14, 21, 1 and 34 yards. He added two points after touchdown conversions to his scoring totals. Spencer Callaway caught a touchdown pass thrown by Chanse Copple for a 29 yard reception. He also caught a Copple pass for a two point conversion and ran another two point conversion into the end zone. Wyatt Duskie closed out the scoring for the Grizzlies with a 31 yard touch- down run. Freeman gained 111 yards on the ground with eight carries, Duskie picked up 31 on one carry and Callaway finished with five yards gained on three carries.. Copple completed two of three passes for 66 yards and a touchdown and threw one pass for a two point conversion. Callaway caught one pass for 29 yards and a touchdown and Tucker Johanek pulled in the other completed pass for a gain of 37 yards, The Grizzlies made one first down for the game, a testament to the play making abilities of the back field. When you score on almost every play, who needs first downs. The Grizzlies did not draw a yellow flag while the Pan- thers were hit with sevenpenalties for 50 yards. The defense limited the Panthers to six first downs for the game. Lane Wilson scored four solo tackles for the game and added three assists. Davis had two solos and three assists. Copple made two solo tackles and had an as- sist. Freeman added a pair of solo tack- les to go with five assists. Kyle Fleming inflicted two solo tackles, added two assists and racked up a sack. Jeremy Simmelink finished the contest with two solo tackles. Tyler Cummings made a solo tackle. Tucker Johanek recorded a solo shot and six assists. A. J. Fetig posted a solo and an assist as did Wyatt Duskie. Tyler Duskie com- pleted the game with four assists. Brock McMillan, head coach of the Grizzlies, said: "Our win was a team win. Everyone was able to contribute. I know we're already looking to our next task. Hopefully, we can travel to Hutchinson and come back with a win." The Grizzlies look to continue their winning ways Friday when they take on Central Christian Cougars at Hutchinson. Rock Hills runners continue winning Sarena Meier and Abby Muirhead competed with the Pike Valley Pan- ther cross country team at the Centralia cross country meet Saturday. The two run with the Panthers as part of a coop- erative program. When regional corn- The Grizzlies earned their first vic- tory of the season in front of a big Oct. 14 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Elite Tours 1-800-488-2114 www.elitetours.us Oct. 18 Oct. 19 RMWAY k, CREDIT UNION 'l".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' Mankato Sports Preview Monday, Oct, 14 - Saturday, Oct. 19 High School Junior Varsity Football vs. Osborne at Rock Hills High School, 6 p.m. High School Volleyball at Sylvan, 4 p.m., Junior High Volley- ball-Football vs. Clifton-Clyde at Rock Hills High School, 4- 6:30 p.m. Northern Plains League Cross Country meet at Lakeside- Downs High School Football at Lakeside, 7 p.m. Northern Plains League Volleyball Tournament at Beloit, 9 a.m. Iwe will be closed I I Monday, Oct. 14 I in observance of I Columbus Day 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- tory, Direct Deposits and'Dluctions, Payroll Deposits and Deductions, No- tary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Life Savings Insur- mace, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Re- sponse Unit, Intemet, Mem- m ber Access, ATM and Debit .rm Card Available.  NatiOnu.CrGiotveUbmnA_dm eininScVtion, a J Sarena Meier (right) took first place at Centralia cross-country invitational Saturday. Abby Muirhead (left) and Meier attended Rock Hills High School and run cross-country with the Pike Valley. Both are Iaving an outstanding running season. NEW SEED CLEANING PLANT Midway Co-op, Lebanon We can handle all your wheat cleaning , treatment needs! Warden Insecticide Growth Regulator (Be sure to ask about bundling discounts) All Size Trucks and SEMI'S too! Certified bulk seed wheat available Call today to schedule an appointment 785-389-5311 The Grizzlies won the battle in the trenches Friday night against the Panthers from Pike Valley. With 5:42 left in the first quarter and the score 22-0 in favor of the Grizzlies, Pike Valley had their first, first down of the ballgame moving the ball to the 25 yard line. Before the next play the Panthers were flagged for an off sides which made it 1 and 10 from the 15 yard line. On the next play Kyle Fleming (21) for the Grizzlies, tackled the Panthers quarterback for a loss back at the nine yard line. On the very next play Fleming recovered a fumble by Pike Valley at the 22 yard line giving the Grizzlies the ball. First play of this series for the Grizzlies Devon Freemart (34) scored a touchdown around the right side making the score 28-0 with 3:30 left in the first quarter. petition begins, they will run as Rock Hills Grizzlies. Meier continued 'her winning ways, taking first place with her time of 17:13. Muirhead nailed down 27th place in the field of 50' runners. Meier currently holds the top time of the season for Kansas 1A cross country runners and Muirhead holds down the number four slot. The Griz- zlies have high expectations for re- gional qualifying. JH Grizzlies roll over St. John's-Tipt0n The Rock Hills Junior High School Grizzlies rolled over the St. John's- Tipton Blujays, 54-22, at Mankato, Thursday. The junior Grizzlies never trailed in the contest and held a 24-6 lead at halftime. Tycen Higer led off the scoring for Rock Hills with a 15 yard romp to the end zone for the only touchdown of the first period. The two point conversion was successful and the score was 8-0, Grizzlies, at the end of the first period. St. John's-Tipton opened the second period with a passing touchdown but did not convert the extra point and the score was briefly 8-6. That was as close as the Blujays would get during the contest. Higer took off for a 12 yard touchdown run and Zane Colson ran in the two point conversion to extend the Grizzlies lead to 16-6. Colson brought a Blujays punt back 61 yards and Higer ran the ball into the end zone for two points and it was 24-6 at the half. Colson opened the third period with a 63 yard ramble downthe field and Higer ran it in for the two extra points. Brady Jeffery capitalized on a St. John's-Tipton fumble and deposited the ball in the end zone after a 67 yard journey. Colson took the ball three yards into the end zone for the two point conversion. Colson punched the ball into the end zone from one yard out and Gunner Johanek took the ball m for two points. Colson completed the junior Grizzlies scoring with a 50 yard jaunt down the filed. The extra point conversion attempt was not good. When time expired at the end of the fourth quarter, Rock Hills had won the game, 54-22. Jacob Spiegel did not complete ei- ther of his passes during the game. He carried the ball twice but was at a negative three yards for the contest. Johanek carried once for no gain. Colson took the ball 11 times and net- ted 151 yards which led to three touch- downs and two two point conversions. Higer lugged the ball 14 times for a again of 113 yards, two touchdowns and two conversions. Kobi Permell hit Lady Grizzlies Chelsea Landreth and Lexi Jeffery set up at the center of the net ready for the return volley. the line three times for 14 yards. The defense was busy. Higer racked up 10 solo tackles and two assists. Colson swoopedin for eight solo tack- les and three assists. Johanek came up with six solo hits. Chevy Mohler wrapped up seven solo tackles. Austin Baird made four solo tackles and three assists. Spiegel had three solos and two assists. Pennell furnished three solo tackles. Brady Jeffery grabbed one solo tackle and three assists while Derreck Gillett completed the game with one solo tackle. Courthouse News, Jewell County Marriage License Nicklous Gene Becker and Cynthia Renee May, 9-21-13 Caleb Carl Mahin and Gayle ....... Nichole Wilson, 9-28-13 Traffic Laura B. Benoit, speeding, $141. Rick S. Crnmp, speeding, $171. Michael L. Dombrowski, speeding, $171. Continued to page 7 5 Day Branson Holiday Tour INCLUDES: 4 nights lodging, 6 meals, professional tour coordinato'. roundtrlp luxury motorcoach transportation and all admissions. November 3 November 10 Only Departs St. Joseph, MO Departs Holton. Topeka  O0 & Kansas City, MO and Merrlam, KS 599.,oo ! Also Includes: Texas Tenors, Christmas in i ........ !i Hollywood. Pierce Arrow Show, Christmas on the Trail Dinner Show, Hughes Bros. and The Lennon Sisters and the Osmond Bros. \\; i This week's report from Mankato Livestock, Inc. Friday, Oct. 4 9 Mix Heifers 431 177.50 10 BIk Steers 494 187.50 9 Mix Heifers 447 175.50\\; 18 Mix Steers 451 185.00 13 Mix Heifers 488 170.50 11 Mix Steers 558 182.00 9 BIk Heifers 535 168.00 10 BIk Steers 548 180.00 17 Mix Heifers 590 165.25 128 BIk Steers 635 178.00 16 Mix Heifers 566 159.00 30 BIk Steers 636 175.25 17 Mix Heifers 698 157.75 14 BIkSteers 596 174.50 12 BIk Heifers 672 157.00 13 BIk Steers 578 171.00 15 BIk Heifers 572 155.00 22 Mix Steers 699 170.00 9 BII Heifers 614 153.50 8 Mix Steers 655 154.50 12 Mix Heifers 742 152.75 8 Mix Steers 737 154.50 12 Mix Heifers 583 150.00 ' 14 BIk Cows 1,231 900.00 50 BIk steers 515 188.00 Consigned for Friday, Oct. 11 16 blk steers and heifers, 500-600; 57 blk steers and heifers, 500-600 don Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-428-3533, Cell 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 /",rdy Montgomery, 402-879-3004, Cell 785-545-8366 Hunter Pennell (2) for the Lady Grizzlies, dives for the ball to keep the Lady Grizzlies alive. 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