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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 24, 2002 Waconda East-Tipton defeats Mvnkato Cougars 50-16 Waconda  : , &apos;I'ipto), defeated the Mankalo C,uars 50, t after home- a.vities Fliday night at Vaconda East-Tipton scored early and often. WE-T racked up 28 points in the opening period, 8 in the second quarler and 14 marc in the final period. Scan Kwit:x <:01ed 2 touchdowns !'H W;tcOlldll t:|5, I itH()i] and Tanner hcif , ,wd3. K i . ned on a 40-yard pass from Jacob Smith and rem md a kick-off60 yards flr his other uuchdown. G re i f scored on runs of 17 yards, 25 yards and 19 yards. Brett Behymer scored on a 5-yard touchdown run and Jacob Smith scored a touchdown on a 19-yard run. Marcus Murrow scored a PAT on a pass from Smith. Greif and Smith each scored on a PAT run. Keith Corpstein also ran in a PAT. Ross Jeffery accounted for both Cougar touchdowns JeflL-ry's touch- downs came ofal4-yard run and a 35- yard run. Mankato's PATs came on a Jeffery run and a Trevor Elkins run. Greif ran for 148 yards for WE-T. Smith and Behymer each had 48 yards. Corpstein accounted for 32 yards. For Mankato, Jeffery racked up 112 yards. Elkins had 62, Perry Colson 12 and Chase Warne 4. Smith went 4 for 10 passing for WE-T for 77 yards. .teffel y was 7 for 28 passing for 48  yards. ,m Mankato travels to Kensington Fri- day night to take on the Goldbugs. Mankato's Ross Jeffery (8) carries the ball for the Cougars. Trevor EIkins (5) Tyler Roesti (10) follows the play. Waconda East-Tipton defeated Mankato touchdowns on runs of 14 and 35 yards. Mmnkvto 30, North 30-t0 oct. 17 at Morrowville. Adam Badger rushed for 125 yards Cen t r, I- Hillcrest O and went 2 for 4 passing for 47 yards. The Ximk lo junior high football Badger rushed for 2 touchdowns, and team e),'! ttillcrest-North Central threwfor2touchdownstoJeffZadina. BOOSTER CLUB Friday, Oct. 25 ;v; H S. football at Kensington, 7p.m. The v,, rgton Booster Club will be selling pizza and nachos out of   cession stand. Serving time begins at about 6:30 p.m. The traveling boosters will meet at the ," M.H.S. at 5:30 p.m. ' s.Tu00aa)00 26 and Chase Warne t 50-16. Jeffery scored Mankato's only Badger also had two 2-palm conver- sion. Patrick Chri st ic rushed for 86 yards. Mankato had a total yardage of 297 and Hillcrest-North Central had a total yardage of 114. The score at halftime as 14-0. Dustin Waite scored 2 points on a safety along with having 6 solo tackles and 1 assist. Badger had 13 solos and 1 assist Steven Banks had 6 tackles and I as- sist. Mankato will host the Southern Cloud Warriors tonight (Thursday). Volleyball starts at 5 p.m. and football at 6:30 p.m. This is Parents' Night and ceremo- nies will start after the wlleyball match at approximately 5:45 p.m. We know someone who always has the answer to everything. Trevor Elkins was the I',ing and Casey Newel! was the queen for the Mankato Cougar Hpmecofdng Flidny fight at Manlmto. Washington Invite becomes PTL Meet The Mankato cross cmntry team attended the Washington Invitational Oct. 17 and that meet was also the Pike 'Frail League Meet as well as the Twin Valley League Meet. The Mankato girls placed 4th. Cortney Jeffery came in 13th with a time of 12:54 and Angela Jensen was 23rd with a time of 13:31. Moriah Wagner was 30th with a time of 13:57 and Tami Roesti was 37th in 14:35. Sasha Roe came in 481h in 14:55 and Ericka Melby was 51st in 15:52 and F]i,'ahelh Wiisou was 58th in 17:25. Jeffery places 4th R ass Je fiery placed 4th for the Cou- gars v, id) a time of 17:50. Jason Lamp was 36th in 21:27 and Jan Bingesser was 39th in 21:55. Pike Trail results In PTL girls' results, Jeffery place 1st, Jensen 6th, Wagner 8th, Roesti 9th, Roe 14th,Harris 15th,Melby 16th and Wilson 19th. In the PTL boys' division, Jeffery was 3rd. Lamp 18th and Bihgesser Pike Valley beats Jewell-White Ro(,k The Pike Valley Panthers defeated the JewelI-White Rock Predators 48-0 Friday night at Scandia. The state-ranked Pike Valley Pan- thers have rolled to a 7-0 record this year. Jewell-White Rock football coach Fred Winter said, "We did the best we could considering the opponent." Jeweli-White Rock had only 3 first downs. The Predators rushed 15 times for 41 yards and picked up 64 more yards passing for a total of 105 yards of offense. Richard Shamburg had 8 carries for 18 yards, Hank Kummer 3 rushes for 17 yards and Nick Mizner 3 for 10 yards. Mizner went 2 for 7 passing for 37 yards and 2 interceptions. Shamburg was 1 for 1 passiag for 27 yards. Shamburg had 1 reception for 29 yards. Mizner had 1 reception for 24 yards and Caleb Ramsey had ! recep- ',ion for 8 yards. Mizner and Jim Garman each had 16 tackles. Mizner came up with 1 interception. Patrick Faulkner had 15 tackles. Kummer and Ramsey each came up with 14 tackles. Pike Valley had 10 first downs. The Panthers rushed for 258 yards and picked up another 20 passing for a total of 278 yards. The Panthers put" 22 points on the board in the opening quarter of play. Wes Clark opened up the scoring for the Panthers with a 15-yard touch- down run. Clark ran in the 2-point conversion. Panthers 8, Predators 0. Then Mark Garman scored a tofich- down with a 14-yard run. Clark was good for the 2-point conversion. Pan- thers 16, Predators 0. Still in the first quarter, Nathan Lindbcrg scored on a 18-yard run. The PAT attempt failed. Panthers 22, Preda- tors O. In the second quarter, C;ark scored his second touchdown on a 20-yard pass from Lindberg. Lindberg ran in the 2-point conversion to make the score 30-0, Panthers. Then Eric Isaacson got in on the act by scoring a touchdown on a 9-yard run. The PAT attempt failed. Pike Val- ley 36, Jeweil-White Rock 0. his Panther :.!i! :,i:t, weweT('', q';''!it] Imm,x,'1 x,hi'h ',v:,) ,.,,.!  big. :ively, we m,,:d Ill< talt I!lailll;tilt'(l {[fi',' !91 * <corC. li think \\;re c;m bk>_'l: !'.ltcr al lirO we will continue: to '" %1)11\\; We hmfl)Icd !i,'c m I'.,VF ,'e IiOCt I() V,*H! ()ll [I);1 "' Jewetl-White North Central Friday night for the Eagle homecoming. Winter said Hillcrest-North Central tough opponent and'they level of play." Pike Valley (7-0) travel Powhattan Friday night Kickapoo Nation. Melby said, "They are a tea has struggled this year and I'mn they have won a game y all their scores." Mmato loses 3 games at The Mankato Lad White Rock in 3 sets 15-9, 15-3, went down to Pike sets 15-4 and 15-3 and by Hillcrest in 2 sets the Pike Trail League Beloit Saturday. Mankato 's. White Rock In the loss to White Christie went 10 for 11 Mankato. Beth Gillett was the high with 17 good hits in  1 attern ace hits. Bethany Melby went ting and had 6 set assists. Defensively, Gillett had blocks and Christie had 6 digs. Mankato volleyball coach True named Christie the offensive player. Mankato vs. Pike Valley In the 15-4 and 15-3 losS Valley, Tiffany Jensen went serving for Mankato. 4 for 5 and had an ace Gillett went 9 for 1 had 1 kill. True named Kelsey True M.H.S. Cross Country goes to Osbome for Regionals. DAVE'S /,,e girlsstartat2p.m., followed by the boyscompetition GUN SHOP I VINOQ I ...... -,, RPOOK TAEULAR T JennaLee Ha::i:; ,.va:; 19,h i'; <'",., ,,,. "Ath.) Still in the second quarter, Nick r' ,m , i, i, ,i ............ '-' ='=  " =1 Kraus scored for the Panthers on a 2- Fa Bay -- Sell -- Trade Openbyappointmentorchance [ Fall Sale ~ 20% OFF ' 785-428-3337 I I - . 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The PAT attempt failed. The haiftime score was 42-0 Pike Valley. In the third quarter, Lindberg inter- cepted a Predator pass and returned it for a touchdown. Pike Valley 48, Jewell-White Rock 0. The 45-point rule went into effect and the game was over. Jewell-White Rock football coach Don Melby said, "Jewell-White Rock had 5 turnovers that hurt them a lot. We took advantage of those and were able to score every time we had the hall except for right before.halftime." Melby gave the Predators a lot of credit. Melby said,"Jewell-White Rock played hard and never gave up. They made us drive the ball for each score and didn't give up the big play. They are very young and will be much im- proved in the future." Melby analyzed the pe_ff0rmance of We Need You! Head Start would like to thank the Jewell County Community for your support. The center will open with children on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Please watch for our vans picking up and delivering children area wide. We will use our hazard lights when load- ing and unloading children. We are now recruiting volunteers for this school year. If you could please give us a some of your time it would be greatly appreciated. Stop by the 'center at 301 North West Street in Mankato or call (785) 378- 3344. Again we thank you for your sup- port and look forward to a fun year. Jewdl County Head Start Staff ii 00otml'r Board Certified Health Care Providers Available Daily Dr. Farhat Mehmood, M.D. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Long Term Care, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottages, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, Halter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Ultrasound, Sleep Studies, Echocardiograms, Endoscopy, Annual Health Fair, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Speech and Occupational Therapy Specialty Providers Farhat Mehmood, M.D ....................... ,... Internal Medicine and Family Practice Ahmed Kutty, M.D ............................... . ......................................... s ....... Cardiology Gary Chingren, M.D ............................................................................ Orthopedics Judith Butler, M.D ............................................................................ Family Practice Leon Hughes, P.A.C ........................................................................ Family Practice Marilyn Dunston, A.R.N.P ............................................................... Family Practice Jeffery as the outstanding player in this game. Mankalo vs. Hillcrest Kelsey iu. wont "7 !<,) 7 and had at) ace so) ve. Jcnsen had 8 spike and True 5 set assists. Gillett had 2 digs and 1 True scored 4 points. ,___. Ost gets role in Abby Ost, Mankato, the cast of"Angel Street," at Kansas Wesle) The performance is in the building on campus at i 00 EaSl Nov. 7, 8 and 9 at 8 p.m. and a Nov. 10. Ost' s character, Mrs. Mann is the lead,female part. is a thrilling and melodramaU line as Mrs. Manningha/n cape her husband's torturous Ost's parer)Is are Ost, Mankaa,. She is of Mankato High School. Disappointments are you have ambition or hope.  Credit Man WHITE RoCK Monday, Oct. 28: PTL Volleyball Tot Hillcrest Thursday, Oct. 31: Football at Logan, Friday, Nov. 1: State Saturday, Nov. 2: State MANKATO Monday, Oct. 28: Volleyball PTL Thursday, Oct. 31: High Football at DownS, Friday, Nov. 1: ,, High School Volleyball Sta Tournament FHSU" Saturday, Nov. 2: , High School 1/olleyball St Tournament FHSU" . State Cross Country at Wat#" JEWELI, Monday, Oct. 28: PTL Jun Volleyball Tou Thursday, Oct. 31: Football at Logan, 7 P" Friday, Nov. Volleyball State Stop by , help you Visa Cash Advances, Boxes, Money O Checks, American Checks, Credit Life Credit Photocopies, Fax Se= Cashing, ATM in Beloit, Savings Depository. Deductions, payroll Deductions, Notary Certificates Loans Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 102 South Center, Mankoto 785-378-3511 Jewell County Hospital 1130 CrestVue, Mankato, Kon. 66956 785-378-3137 Treasury Tax and Loan Dove Thru in Eleloit c [k ? V ff 2 '" "( '"'