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. ESS Thursday, October 24, 2002   &lt;)a   i ) i,r::Urcls the ball off to Kyle Grove (44) who ran an isolation play to the left side. Ben Bargen (81), Derek Shaner (76), Juns (72) {)lock for Grove. Kyle Grove carded the ball 20 tirnes for 58 yards in Superior's 38-6 loss to the Lawrence-Nelson [ 38 Wild 6 ,-N ors , cats ,i . , quarter. This touchdown was set up was good. Raiders 38, Wildcats 6. , , ,ithablOekcdWiidcatpunt.Wehrman Sttpetlol had 8 first downs. The PAT kick was no good. Raiders 14, Wihicats=ushcd44timcsfor123yards Wildcats 0. and pckcd up ;mother 15 passing for a , , , 4 Kathmanscoredhiseondtouch- total olfcnsi',e mtput of 138 yards. , ,,t downona24-yardmnwith l:041eftin I,:v,,tcncc.Nc!sonpickedup 14first ,:cut,. ,: the first quarter. Wchrman kicked tile dov,,ns, l'ta I't.aidcrs rushed 42 times ,i, :m . PAT. After one period of play, for257yardsandpickedupanother46 ,core playing ',. ! ; Lawrence-Nelson was up 21-0. passing fo a total offensive output of md Vince Jenst.  .... At the 9:10 mark in the second 303 yards. rotters." quarter, Sam Brockman scored on a The Wildcats had 4 turnovers and ';,merior fo., .... .  27-yard touchdown pass from the Raiders had 2.  '   ' X r    '  Pohlmeier.WehrmankicklthePAT, Kathman ciuried the ball I I times i : .i t .., i. !e aiders 28, Wildcats 0. tbr the Raiders and gained 115 yards. Ii . all', With 5:20 left in the first half, Wehnnan rushed 9 tinles for 98 yards. .!,. mn Wehrman hit a 39-yard field goal to Pohhncier went 2 for 6 passing for .,q;  extend the Raider lead to 31-0 at the 46 yards. ,red3tuu . ,)wnin half. Brockman had l reception for 27 ic..i. : -r.Andrew Kathman Superior's only score came at the yardsandWehrman had 1 for 19yards. ,,: !  9 mark on a 35-yard I !:13 mark in the third quarter when Jason Hoelting had 14 rockies and m ;',. ahman hauledinapass T..I. Dmba hit Ben B'gen with an 11- Logan Schnitker had 12. - Pohlmeier for the 2- yard passgoodforatouchdown.Jerred Grove carried the ball 20 times for .,,  : sion. Raiders 8, Wildcats I ihlers PAT kick was no good. Superior and gained 58 yards. Wehrmanscoredagain for theRaid- Druba went 3 for 8 passing and had ti,. ,ug Wehrman scored on a crs on a 33-yard run at the S:39 mark in 1 touchdown and 1 interception. ' ,:, ! , with 5:30 left in the first thethirdquarter.Wehrman'sPATkick Bargen had 1 reception for6 yards which was good for Superior's only touchdown. Wade Schmidt had 1 re- ception for 4 yards and Brady Grove had 1 lbr 5 yards. Zach Fhams had 7 assisted tackles calcd !i , lay .. 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His hobbies include fishing and hunting. . .d ;!ion after graduation at a post secondary'chool and ,;gratulations, Zaeh!!! e re h ants Bank and 1 fumble recovery, Landon Woerner had 7 assists. Koenig said, "T. J. Druba came in a played well for the injured Darrin Bouray. T. J. was calm and under con- trol." The Sulmrior Wildcats (I-6) travel to Sandy Creek Friday night to rake on the Cougms (.3-4). Koenig sitid, "lle) are a good team wilh a ht of speed and experience in their backfield" DeBoer recognized tile play of Kathman and Wehrman and said. "An- drew Kathman had 11 carries for 115 yards and 2 touchdowns and Doug Wehrman carried 9 limes for o8 yards and 2 touchdown. Wehrman also kicked a 39-yard field goal into a slight breeze." DeBoer continued, "Kathman and Wehrman both had an excellent game running behind an offensive line which continues to play well." Lawrence-Nelson (6-1) will host the Heartland Huskies (5-2) Friday night at Lawrence. DeBoer said, "'Ilearfland is coming offa big 13-I! over "1 hayer Cen- tral. They have more team speed than anyone we have faced so tar. They r,n an excellent misdirection offense.'" A win would clinch the district championship for Lawrence-Nelson. : ...... i. Huperi0r, Neb. 402-879-3284 * 15 year; i :: ,  ,.i d! District Court Office . Appointee uuputy i,,, ..on lay current Clerk, Mildred Eilers * Trained and qualified in the Statewide Mandatory Computer System Hastings College graduate * Alpha Chi member W Past Executive Director of Nelson Housing Authority sFamily'-; !"ider No matter what you need, check the Express Classifieds first. Thu00'sday Oct. 17 a[td Oct. 24 00,,pcrir F 0000lily & Co+00+rnunity Involvement'-- Past & Present * !'d ,tier ofth . i ';ii:i, Tort& Jarrod) '* Wieof Phi;! , . il, k acher , ;tOel/i ./4.<i9[y S|;c,W producer member Family Medical Cent.or t 05(1 Washington, Superior, Neb. 402-879-4781 Con: * Com, Bm * Pareq 8,295 42' x 54' x 12' 11,995 60' x 81' x 13' 21,995 Ask about our flnmnlrl ptlo,l  e  #m ret p, l: tn ed / ,P-,  Grcnd lsland, NE .., 1308)381-1028 Toll Free 1-800-373-5550 Paid for by Diane Wehrman Lady Wildcats lose to '1""_ _ but beal, Fairbury The Superior Lady Wildcats de- feated the Faidury Jells in 2 sets 15-6 and 15-4 but lost to Thayer Central in 3 sets 6-15, 15-11 and 6-15 Oct. I 7 at Fairbury. Superior vs. Fairbury Jenny Warneking went 8 for 8 serv- ing, scored 7 points and had 2 ace serves. Kassie Swanson was 7 for 7 serving, scored 7 points and had 2 aces. Lauren Williams went 7 for 8 serving, scored 6 points and had 2 ace serves. Warneking had 5 kills, Alyssa Montgomery 3 and Erin Eitzmann 2. Jess Kinyoun, Warneking and Montgomery each had 1 ace block. Williams had 8 set assists and Kristen Sweet had 2. Williams had 3 defensive digs. Sweet, Eitzmann and Wameking led in srve receptions. Superior volleyball coach Carla Hoins said, "We played an aggressive game and were able to keep the mo- mentum on our side against Fairbury. Superior vs. Thayer Central Williams went 11 for 12 serving, scored 8 points and had 1 ace serve. Brittanie Utecht was 11 for 13 serving and scored 7 points. Warneking was 10 for 10 and scored 6 points. Montgomery had 12 kills, Wameking 9 and Kinyoun 7. Warneking had 3 ace blocks. Mont- gomery and Williams had 1 ace block Nielsen Medals at state meet in GI According to Superior girls' golf coach "Ferry T'riefert, Missy Nielsen, Supm ior, acc'.,mplished what she said she would aml !hat was to win a medal at state. In order to do so she defeated ap- proximately 85 other golfers to-cap- ture the 9th place medal at the 2002 girls + state golf tournament held Oct. 14 and 15 at the Indian Head Golf Course in Grand Island. After completing play Monday with a score of 43-45-88, Nielsen was tied for 8th place. Kirsten Kosch, Minden, led with a round of 79. Neilsen's round of 88 included an eagle on the par 5 hole 9. At the completion of play Tuesday, NieNen's round of 4,1-,15-80. for a total of 177, 14 *cod her ti e, ! for lilt 0th place medal. Kosch linish out her early lead by placing Ist with a total score of 161. Nielsen completed her senior sea- son by earning a medal in every invita- tional in which she participated. Nielsen was 1 lth at the Grand Is- land Central Catholic Invitational; 3rd at the St. Cecilia Invitational, 2nd at he Crete Invitational, 3rd at the Gibbon Scramble, 11 th at the Holdredge Invi- tational, 1st at the Central City Scramble, 4th in the districts and 9th at state. 1 to 4 p.m. '02 Buick LeSabre Custom, 4-door, white, V S, 8,000 miles '02 Buick Regal LS, 4-door, white, V-6, 28,000 miles '02 Chevrolet Impala, 4-door, silver, V-6, 33,000 miles '01 Chevrolet Prism LSl, 4-door, silver, 4 cylinder, 13,000 miles '01 Chevrolet Lumina, 4-door, white, V-6, 36,000, miles '00 Buick Century, 4-door, Tan, V-6, 57,000 miles '00 Chevrolet Monte Carlo LS, 2-door, red, V-6, 35,000 miles '00 Pontiac Grand Pdx, 2-door, red, V-6, 37,000 miles '00 Saturn SL1 Sport, 4-door, green, 4-cylinder, 26,000 miles '99 Pontiac Bonneville SE, 4-door, green, V-6, 51,000 miles '99 Pontiac Grand Am SE, 4-door, red, V-6, 50,000 miles '98 Pontiac Sunflra SE, 2-door, red, 4-cylinder, 60,000 miles (Note: Many used  am G.M. titlabla) each. ,mlams had 17 set assists and Sweet had 10. Sweet and Eitzmann each had 14 defensive digs. Kinyoun and Williams each had 9. ' Eitzmann, Warneking and Swee led in serve receptions. Hoins said, "In the Thayer Ce,nr;! game, we were a little tight against a very scrappy team. Thayer Central was the best defensive teamwe have faced. We need to stay focused and work on our defense as we get ready for the Southern Valley Invite and St. Cecilia on the 29th." The Lady Wildcats (19-3[) partici- pate in the Southern Valle Invita- tional Saturday. Lawrence-Nelson loses to Blue Hill The Lawrence-Nelson Lady Raid- ers lost to Blue Hill in 2 sets 11-15 and 2-15. Renee Faimon and Tort Wehrman both went 8 for 9 serving. Both scored 3 points and each had an ace serve. Kelli Kohmetscher went 44 for 48 setting and had 12 set assists. Kim Faimon was 8 for 10 setting and had 2 assists. Stacy Svoboda was 11 for 13 hit- ting with 7 kills. Renee Faimon was 13 for 13 with 5 kills: Stacy Stemper was 2 for 2 with 1 kill. Renee Faimon had 4 double blocks, 16 singles and 2 ace blocks. Svoboda had 7 doubles, 9 singles and 1 ace. Jamie Gebers was 12 for 18 with digs. B-D glrls beat Red Cloud 15-4, 15-10 The Bruning-Davenport girls de- feated Red Cloud in 2 sets 15-4 and 15- 10 in the first round of the Twin Valley Conference Tournament. Jeanne Houchin went 8 for 9 serv- ing, scored 6 points and had 4 ace serves. Ashley Schoenholz was 8 for 10, scored 6 points and had 1 ace. Jenna Bowman went 8 for 8 and scored 5 points on 5 ace serves. Bowman went 9 for 1 i hitting and had 5 kills. Lisa Onnen was 13 for 13 with 3 kills and Houchin was 16 for 17 with 3 kill:;. . Schoenholz set 35 for 35 and had 13 set assists. Houchin had 2 ace blocks and Megan Schardt had 14 digs. Bruning-Davenport volleyball coach Jill Catlett said, "This was an important game for us-and the girls came ready to play. Red Cloud is a very scrappy team but we were able to get some ace serves on them." Cross-coumt.00 results for district listed Superi +"  .'Ln; P, empc came in 461Ia for dw Wihlcas + hc tfiqrio crOSS C'l,t+++l+ Y iHeel ;i, ++ '!,, ii,,;+ +1 i/+ qchool' ( :m':, .'qle;dm 1',,, .:,. came i, 73rd, MiLe {iD|ilh :l)+;, ' :q,q! "! tioIll 8(1i1, [cmi tnt [ +: . :,v t,', t. a., dTony Jc!esLv f; < I,r ihc irts, i,cise lohsnon was 51:', JTollv V(;,++, u 511. :,;harayah "h:,tut (6!it q:,:r ![i!'Cl+,:+l!67tlL S.peribr jV beats SC, ,( to St. Cecilia The Superior junior varsit Sandy Creek in 2 sets 15-7 and but lost to Hastings St. Cecilia in 2 set 9-15 and 8-15 Saturday at Superior.. In the win over Sandy Creek, Jenny fer Rogers went 14 for 15 serving, scored 11 points and had 6 ace serVes. Kassie Swanson was'l 3 for 13 servin scored 9 points and had 2 aces. Mindi Holling had 6 kills, Kendrl Kaldahl 5 and Gina Edwards 3. Sleph Freitag had 11 set assists. Swanson had 11 defensive digs. Swanson, Mickayla Rhoads Kirby Siebecker led in serve recel r tions. Superior volleyball coach Hoins said,"Jennifer Re Swanson served aggressively made it hard for Sandy Creek to good set up.TheJV Sandy Creek." In the loss to St. went 12 for 13 serving, and had 3 ace serves. Holling had 7 Mils, Swanson 6 Kaldahl 3. Kaldahl had 2 ace blocks Edwards 1. Freitag had 17 set assists. Swanson, Holli,g had 3 defensive digs. Swanson and Rhoads led in receptions. Hoins said, "We struggled St. Cecilia. They kept our hitters balance and we had a tough time I ting the ball to Freitag to set in .position." Superior travels to Red urday to take on Red Cloud at and Franklin at 10 a.m. This originally scheduled for Oct. 24. Deshler receives roadside park title Reinke Manufacturing has given the City of Deshler @proximately two aces of land north of It+flw, u) 136 ear the entrance h) lilt C+q Hlltllllty. 'Fhc contains a welcoming po,d, and trees. Travelers have frequentl rest breaks there. The Izaak League will continue to be res for keeping tile Superior volleyball We letter game rescheduled Superior will play Red Cloud 9 a.m. Trucks and Franklin at 10 a.m. Saturday at Red Cloud. This game wasoriginally Superior Publishing Co, scheduled for Oct. 24. Health Insurance Everyday Low Prices/ Cost Effective Affordable  Pepsi For The Self-Employed $.00140 SRSO  12-Pack  24-lack Superlor,i00 Hardware O cIIIIYII.m MOTORS INC. 302 N Commercial, Superior, Nob. 402-879-3204 1-800-821-4588 /JLEXdNDER Complete Dental Care for the Entire Family Care with you in mind Most insurance accepted and filed Strict sterilization-modem Call now for appointment 402-225-2828 VISA-Master Card- DenCharge accepted Robert C. Wilson, D.D.S. Dee Ann Petersen, R.D.H. Angle Beck, Dental Assistant Debi Hombussel, C.D.A. Becky Woemer, Office Manager Mary Ann Btltoft, Office Assistant Nelson Dental Clinic 270 South Main, Nelson, Neb. * 402-225-2828 , 250 N. 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