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~i¸ '!I ~ THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 11, 1973 + THE SUTTON MUSTANGS defeated host Superior last Friday evening 27-0. --Express Photo win The Hardy Dragons weren't again on a 3o-yard scoring run from the three for the extra two ~ry polite guests of the Ruskin and there the game remained points. ~dians last Friday evening as until in the third quarter. In the fourth and final quarter ~ey defeated them 48-6, and it Unable to establish a goodof action, Mickelsen took a 19- @as homecoming for the Ruskin running game, the Dragons yard pass to paydirt and Troxel ffeam, were unable to unleash a made a three-yard run to Hardy received the opening passing attack which Ruskin conclude the scoring• ~ickoff and scored in the first couldn't control, and score four The Ruskin effort was "ties of plays. Kim Delka long passing yardage touch- hampered greatly by eight ~ade the score on a 25-yard run downs, fumbles, four of which cost d Mike Delka took a pass for In the third quarter, Jeffpossession of the ball. ~e PAT. Edwards took a 35-yard pass This Friday Ruskin will However, Ruskin bounced from Ivan Troxel into score. His travel to Bruning while Hardy ~ck in the second series of score was followed by a 43-yard hosts Diller for homecoming. ~ays to score the second TD of pass to Arlen Mickelsen. A pass King candidates include the game. It came on a 57-yard to Edwards was good for the Derick Petersen, Kerry Cor- ~rge by Tim Renz. PAT. Edwards scored the final man and Dan Pedersen. Queen : Not content with a two-point third period score on a 15-yard candidates are Linda Breault, I:~d, Hardy sent Mike Delka in Troxel pass. Mickelscn ranTerri Schultz and Serita Jensen. Harper wins zone contest Bruce Harper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harper of Cheyenne. Wyo., won the Punt, Pass and Kick contest for 11 year olds at the zone contest at Kimball last Saturday. His punt score was 87 feet, pass, 96 feet; and kick, 87 feet, with a total score of 270. He will compete next Saturday at the area contest in Denver. Sutton defeats Reser' e Wildcats The Sutton reserves defeated the Superior reserves Monday evening in football in Sutton. The score was 13-0. Rod Thelander, a Superior fresh- man, received a fractured arm in the game. Brian Renz is in top five FFA individuals ranking in the top five at the Areas VI and VII land judging contest at Hastings Oct. 2 were David Rogier, Hampton, 322; Brain Renz, Superior 322 (tie broken by the flip of coin); Randy Friezen, Aurora, 321; Mark Schoenrock, Fairbury, 316; and Ray Lorang, York, 312. A field of about 320 youths competed in the FFA and 4-H divisions of the contest• Hr/3GUIDE ROCK HIGH SCHOOL homecoming royalty, and Jack Petsch, Queen Connie Kirchner and King Craig Robb are surrounded background. by attendants Debra Doughman, Dave Kulek, Marcia Gilbert SHS frosh defeat Fairbury The Superior freshmen the fourth period Dave opened their season on a bright Jorgenson hit Delmar Smith note by beating Fairbury 14-6 in with a 25-yard scoring pass to a game played Tuesday, Oct. 2, ice the win. at Fairbury. Dave Wilton and Rod Kurt Hiatt scored on a two- Thelander led the Superior yard plunge for Superior in the defense, Coach Jerry Schroeder first quarter. He also ran for the said he was very pleased with two-point conversion. Then in the freshmen's fine team effort. Sue Booker, 1972 queen, is in --Express " 27-0 Two costly turnovers helped six yards from Erickson toPasses att. 14 18 Sutton to a 27-0 victory over Smith and Schroetlin, Passescomp. 5 7 Superior Friday evening inrespectively, broke open the Passing yardage 58 118 Superior• game late in the fourth quarter. Passes intercepted 2 2 Sutton opened the scoring on Trautman convereted after Penalties 4-60 2-30 their first possession with a 40- both scores, making the final 27- Fumbles lost 1 0 yard touchdown pass from 0.. Totaloffense 194 321 Erickson to Trautman. Superior I-back JaY Nielson Time of Possession 24:48 23:12 Trautman kicked the PAT and gamed 70 yards rushing before No. of plays 67 62 Sutton led 7-0. Superior then being injured in the second Score by quarters: drove deep into Sutton territory period to lead the offense. Tom Sutton 7 6 0 14-27 twice, only to have one drive Swieczkowski had 10 tackles to Superior 0 0 0 0-- 0 stopped at the 20 on an in- spearhead the defense. terception and the other at the Friday night Superior travels : MEMBERS OF THE SUPERIOR High School football seven on a fumble• Trautmanto Aurora to take on the Huskies It is unlawful in Nebraska to T team and the pep club were guests of Vern KImmlnau for a scored again oll a 20-yard run in a 7:30 ball game. carry a loaded shotgun in a ,~ .~oeclal school spirit pizza feed last Tuesday. He was assisted for Sutton in the second quarter : Sup. Sut vehicle on a public road. This • ~,,.~--~herparentsandSuperlorbusinesspeople.Express Photo and Sutton led at the h~ 13-0. Firstdowns ~ 20 includes shells in the magazine, Touchd0 °j i=, a. the m . ~[111 II I II I[I II I -~T" ............ I1[111[1 " '11' - T :Y • RITY See how your Interest Climbs At Security National A WELL BALANCED defensive and offensive effort by the Republican City to only eight points while gaining 36 for Guide Rock. Guide Rock --Ex HAPPINESS is being crowned queen. Connie Kirchner, Guide Rock High Homecoming Queen, is congratulated by Debra Doughman and Marcia Gilbert. Davenport scores in second quarter A second quarter runaway let the Da,'enport Tigers slaughter visiting Dorchester last Friday evening. All 27 points scored during the game came in the second period of play. Rod Tegtmeier scored on runs of nine and 31 yards to get the. first Tiger scores on the board. Doug Voight scored on 28 and 20- yard passes from Tegtmeier for the final two touchdowns of the game. Dean White kicked the only successful extra point attempt of the evening. The combination of good blocking in the line and a real fine defensive effort led the Tigers to victory• Dean White made five solo tackles and assisted on seven HOMECOMING KING Craig Robb (40) carried 161 for 167 yards and 14 points in the Guide Rock Warriors with Republican City• --ExpreSs receptions of 127 yards. This week the Tigers will travel to Deshler. Passes intercepted 6-~ Penalties Fumbles 315 Total offense 1-7 while Doug Voight made two Day. Dor solo tackles and assisted on First downs 12 8 Punts-average five Yds. scrimmage 166 61 Score by quarters: .~ l~i Tegtmeier completed 10 Passes att. 17 13 Davenport 0 ~ 0 of 17 passes for 142 yards while Passes comp 10 2 Dorchester u Doug Voight gathered eight Passing yardage 146 35 Guide Rock wins homecoming enco: =: The Guide Rock Warriors touchdowns on a 58-yard run 22-yards to Dean ˘le] o~ easily chalked win number and he scored again in'ihe third Dwight Dirking ran tl ~ ,~e three and sat~snea a largerind on a 15 un a ~P • pe ' -yard r nd ran point. homecoming crowd last Fmda' y for the extra two follow'ng.~ Dave Kulek wss...,~e. ~,~˘ evenmg." . Dave Kulek's three-yard touch- workhorse of. the r~'-YPW)~ ~ The Warriors defeated down run in the fourth quarter, carried 20 Umes fq _ak~˘,~ Republican Oty 36-8.. Two of the Warriors suc- Robb, a faster br~riedw" The scoring opened in the cessful extra point attempts runner than Kulek, ca~r~. early minutes of the firstcame on passes from Shaw to ball 16 times for 167 Y~ ,~ quarter when Keith Shaw Jerry Langer ~. fof~,~ • " oW 3~ ~" scampered 10 yards for theThe Warriors played a goodGrade Rock, n " ,,,eg touchdown. Shaw scored again team Friday but their constant, season, is open th~ ~[ in the seconu quarter on an 11- well balanced attack held wiu play Giltner u~.. d yard run. Republican City to only one Score by quarters-4 6 In the second quarter, Craig score That came in the third Guide Rock 8 i ~ 0" • ' " ' 0 U - Robb scored h~s hrst of three quarter when Orly Stolts passed Rep. CRy