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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, Nov4mber 5, 1992 t Tigers trounce00,0000 L0omi _ _. _ __ derSoffice;SUpport5:45 Superior Church. S I00Activities| Noon,Wedn' The Nelson Tigers completed with his one-yard quarter- ..on 32, Loomis 16. Q -C00r Calendar.) Commercial; their season Thursday with a 40- back sneak. The Nelson junior varsity added 16 trouncing of Loomis. With the victory over the Wolves the Tigers complete their 1992 cam- paign with a record of 6-3. he Tigers wasted no time in gting on the scoreboard as T/avis Clabaugh took the open- ing kickoff 64-yards into the Wolves end zone. Scott Williams added the points after and Nelson lead 8-0. Clabuagh shined on the defen- sive side of the ball as well. Late in the first quarter the senior line- backer forced Loomis quarter- back Wade Holan to fumble in his own end zone. Although the Wolves recovered the football, two points were awarded to the Tigers on a saftey. The Nelson offense finally got a chance to put a scoring drive together as they went 35-yards in three plays to go up 16-0. It was Cass Corman capping off the In second half action, Nelson's Jeremy Gumaer took a pass from Corman and broke through sev- eral tackles on his way to a 43- yard touchdown. Gumaer also scored the two point conversion and Nelson was up 24-0. Loomis did score on the Tigers as they marched 69-yards in 12 plays ending their drive on a 5- yard pass reception for a touch- down. However the Loomis comeback attempt was short lived. On the kick off following the Wolves touchdown, it was Clabaugh again taking the ball, this time 70-yards, for a touch- down. The return put Nelson up 32-8 with just over 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter. Loomis did manage another touchdown as Mark Scott inter- cepted a pass and returned it for six points. The two point conver- sion try was successful and it was some points of their own as Kurt Schultz ran the football in from 1-yard away with 1 second re- maining in the game. Josh Koeler added two points on the conver- sion try; making the final score 40-16. Scott Williams tallied 114- yards on 26 carries to lead Nelson. With that performance, the jun- ior ended the season with 1,006- yards. Clabaugh ended the contest with 19 tackles, one blocked punt and a forced fumble that resulted in a saftey. Nathan Mueller tal- lied 13 tackles Brent Miller sacked the Loomis quarterback tWO times. Nov. 5, 6 and 7 Dollar Days, start registering for Christmas bucks; Petro Plus Tire Store, grand opening. Friday, Nov. 6 7 a.m., Red Caps, Elks; 8:45 a.m., N.U. Start Health Club, 436 N Commercial; noon, Kiwa- nis, Elks. Monday, Nov. 9 6:30 p.m., B.P.W., Hotel Le- slie; 7-8:30 p.m., Homework Help Night, Methodist Church; 7:30 p.m., Tadmor chapter No. 37; Damascus Council No. 14, following Tadmor Chapter meeting. Tuesday, Nov. 10 12:30 p.m., Christian Wom- en's Club, Elks; 7:3G p.m., Alzheirner's and Related Disc, r- prepared pital Th 11:45 ram., opment, chamber p.m., Smokers t hospital. over ei holic $2 billion its ucts are t lence against abuse, vandalism, ties, medical erosion and holic detoxificatio  Bear-Cats end season Wildcat runningback Kerry Meyer No. 31 advances the football upfield against the Utica Centennial Broncos with the help of blockers Matt Bargen No. 60 and David Riggert No 84. Superior was defeated on their home field 26-12 in the season finale last Thursday. Wildcats lose finale The 1992 Superior Wildcat lootball team finished its season on Thursday with a 1-8 record k)sing to Utica Centcnnial 26- 12. Things looked good for the Wildcats early on when quarter- back Todd Ekart found Scott Meyer on a 29-yard touchdown reception. Centennial came back to tie the score six all as Kyte P, luhm capped off the Bronco drive with a two-yard touchdown plunge Thai 6-6 score was the wa) the teams headed into the half time break. Name honor roll in ag department Superior FFA scholarship Centennial came out in the third quarter mad took a 13-6 lead on a 24-yard pass play from Eric Bulgrin to Ryan Koch The point ter try was good and the Bron- cos were up by seven. Superior then came back. Meyer took the hand off and broke through the Centennial defense on a 30-yard scoring run. The senior running back ended his career with a 64-yard perfor- mance for the evening. Unfortunatly for the Wildcats, the touchdown by Meyer was to be their last as Cente,mial con- trollcd the fourth quarter. The Broncos went up by a ore of 2(I-12 when Bluhm found a recicver, Justin Cast. open for a 50-yard touchdown pass. Cen- teun ial made it a 26-12 ballgame comminee chairman, Chad Wil- when Chad Bryant took off on a liams, mmounced the chaptqr's. ly:s0o[iug.stlrin t into the first quarter ho. roll recenlty; ." Wild:at end zone. The agricuhural cdtcation stu- The Wildcats "ompleted the denis can receive the award by nmmtaining a 93 percent aver- age in one of three categories, laboratory, classroom and in their supervised agriculture ex- perience program (S.A.E) Classn)on,: Matt Bargen, Scotl Meyer, Chad Williams, Jztson Bargen, Molly Boeka, Cecelia Bouray, .h)cl Fritz, Molly llallgrimscn, Jake MiLler, Chris Tordmp, Wade VanMcter, Kelly Williams. Elizabeth Wen- dover. Gcna Bagley, Todd Ekart. Curt llift. Stacey Jcnscn, Kenl Kirchhoff, Dcon Tipton, Shelly I.aluk, Blake Barry, Matt Edw:irds, Kirk Utecht, Eric Beard. Ben Hansen, Cletus Cor- man, Steve Kirchhoff. Jason Hobson. Aaron Wat.,am, Jason Ray and Jeremy Tipton. S.A.E.: Matt Bargen, Chad Hansen, Kent Kirchhoff, Chad Williams. Matt Schuttz, Brodv Duncan, Monte KirchholI, Clc- tus Cormall. [few Ekart, Jeremy Tipton, Ben Hansen, Steve Kirehhoff, Jason Hobson, Aaron Watson. Jason Ray and T. J. Folkers. l,aboratory: Matt Bargen, Jon Combs. Chad Hansen, Brian Judy, Kerry Meyer, Shannon McCord, Jason Rempe, Ryan Smidt. Chad Williams, Jeremy Tipton, Jasm Hobson, Aaron Watson, Jason Ray, T. J. Folk- ers, Mike Hoskins. Jason Jmasen, Chad Meyer and Kvle Smidt. contest with 164-yards of offense. The rushing chart was led by Meyer with his 64-yards. Ryan Smidt had 54-yards on 12 car- ries. Inthe passing department, it was Ekart with three comple- tions for 54-yards and one touch- down David Rigger caught two of those passes for 36-yards. Officials flagged the Wildcats for pcnahies 13 times, costing Superior 75-yards during the con- test. Centennial had 204-yards with their balanced offensive attack. The Broncos tallied 102-yards rushing on 42 attempts and had 102-yards passing on 11 tries. The Centennial offense only managed three more first downs The Brownie Girl Scout Troop No. 487 met Monday at the United Melhodist Church The troop reports, "We made suncatchers from plastic canvas and colored glue." The girls had a Girl Scout hwestiture program in which they officially became Brown- ies arid received their pin and sash. Treats were furnished by Jade Kramp. Leaders of the troop are Margene Eitzmann mad Cindy Rhoads. ' [ , , / If the daily grind is starting to get the best of you and you need a little encouragement, join us for... "RUN THE RACE" Motivation for Christian Living than the Wildcats, finishing the game with eight. Superior totaled five. For the Wildcats defensively Jr was Matt Bargen totaling 12 tack- les to lead his squad. Nolan Bea- vers added 11, Scott Meyer and Jon Combs had 10 stops a piece. On completing his first season as the Wildcats head coach, Gene Wokenfuss expressed thanks to his team's supporters and stated that the accomplishments that Su- perior made throughout the sea- son are in no way reflected by the final 1-8 record. He also said, "I feel our seven seniors: Scott Meyer, Todd Ekart, Travis Henk, Chad Graham, Tim Shaw, Kevin Pelzer and Corey Scott provided excellent leadership, on and off the field." November 8-11 Sunday - 9:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Monday - Wednesday - 7:30 p.m. Clark Bates, Evangelist Superior Church of Christ 564 East Fourth Street Superior, Neb. Football coaches believe that mininfizing their opponents big- play capabilities is an obvious key to success. The Bruning- Davenort Bear-Cats, suffering through a winless 1992 season, would attes: to that axiom. A 39-8 setback to Shelby, on the season finale, was no excep- tion. Five of the six Huskie touch- downs accomued for 232-yards, half their game's total. Touch- downs jaunts of 70, 73, and 31- yards broke the spirit of the youth- ful Bear-Cat team. Even more devastating to the Bear-Cat efforts was a first quar- ter injury to sophomore quarter- back Mitch Kubicek. Shelby marched the opening kickoff 70- yards to take a 7-0 lead. Bruning-Davenport countered with a drive of its own. The Bear- Cats, utilizing one-back and no- back offensive sets, shredded the Huskie defense primarily on draws by Kubicck. "Mitch has the instincts and speed to cause the defense concern," coach Kevin Madsen stated. "That's what we were capitalizing on." Shelby switched to a 6-1 de- fense with its middle linebacker as a spy, a player assigned to mirror the quarterback. Kubicek drove his team 36-yards to the visitors' 27-yard line. On one of his patented scrambles, Kubicek was cut on the brow while being tackled by the face mask. Bruning-Davenport received a first down on the penality and were poised to score with the ball on the Shelby 12-yard line. How- ever Kubicck was out of the game. A fourth down pass was inter- cepted in the end zone to squash the Bear-Cat threat."I hadn't seen such a demoralizing impact on a teanl by the loss of one player," Madsen reflected. "It sure hap- pened to us." Although Kubicek returned on the next series, the damage to the Bear-Cat morale was done. Bruning-Davenport played the majority of the game s remain- ing minutes in its own territory until its fourth quarter score on a 12-yard run by junior Ryan Biltoft. Kubicek kept the option PAT in his own hands to com- plete the scoring. Biltoft had 50-rushing yards of the team's 154 total on his 10 carries. Backfield mate Brian Sieber recorded 40-yards. Sieber, playing in his last game, also registered six tackles in support of junior Gary Muehling who had eight stops. Muehling was the Bear-Cat's leading tackler on the season with 86. Two underclassmen also re- corded takeaways. Junior Matt Bohling intercepted his second pass of the season. Frcslman Matt Dm, se recovered a second half fumble. Nelson Tigers win 1st round in sub-districts The Nelson Lady Tiger volley- ball team turned in an imprcsswe 12-15, 9-15 win over Davenport Tuesday but returned to the court Thursday only to lose to Loomis in straight sets 15-11, 15-7. Coach Paul Shimek says that his team is looking a little lack luster following their conference The Daisy Girl Scout Troop No. 937 met last Thursday at 5 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church basement. Each girl answered roll call by telling how they would dress up for Halloween. A ghost wind sock was the project for the evening, which consisted of white material, a styrofoam ball and orange rib- bon. Each girl assisted in deco- rating the face. Games were played and Whitney Butler provided Hal- loween cupcakes and ghost suckers for treats. 15"oop lead- ers are Shelly Butler and Kim McCutcheon. The only conquests which are permanent, and leave no regret are our conquests over ourselves. It is not wise to tell everything you know, but it is wise to know everything you tell. - CHp and Save- polio ,Ohn Tetanus Pertussis Measles Mumps Rubella Hjir m yw .ram qlal e =line eO. IlU tm w I m ya= n,. e q=l, dmk  ltwa akmw title win and victory over state- ranked Shickley. "On one hand we are very happy. We won the second part of our triple crown. This win over Davenport gave us the eight-man regular season championship to go along with the conference tournament title. Unfortunatl y, we didn't look real good doing it. We need to get back on the knife's edge that we were on against Shickley." Terry Kniep led the Tigers in the serving department with 11 of 12 and five aces. Taye Hanson finished the game going 11 of 15 and four aces. Junior Rachel Aksamit re- corded a perfect hitting perfor- mance against Davenport with 13 of 13 spikes and nine aces. Kniep followed up going eight of 10 and five aces. Lisa Schleufer was four of nine and four aces. Angle Jones had six assists to top the seuing category. In the Loomis game the Tigers turned in a "lifeless" effort ac- cording to Coach Shimek and were quickiey defeated by the Lady Wolves. The high server for Nelson was Schleufer as she went nine of nine and recorded two aces. Kniep and Aksamit were again the leading hitters going 17 of 20 mad 21 of 25. Kniep tallied 12 aces, Aksamit 8. Wendi Himmelberg went 28 of 30 setting the Nelson offense. She totaled 10 assists. Jessi En- Third Wednesday of every month I= == 2-4 p.m. Immunization Clin NuckoHs County Home Heal ! h 1028 Idaho Superior, Neb. I In clinic area of I , Brodstone Memorial Nuckolls County Hospital I Children 2 months - 20 years are welcome. Parent or legal guardian must be present [ [ to sign necessary forms. For more information, phone I t Nuckoil$ County_Home Health at 402-879-3050 J sigh was 15 of 16 and had 7 assists. The Nelson junior varsity also lost to Loomis in two sets 10-15, 10-14. Coach Sl'imek said he has to get his squad prepared for the upcoming district tournament. "Now we need to put everything else behind us and start our big quest toward state." Nelson began class DI-10 sub- district play on Tuesday against Clay Center. The winner of that contest will face the winlc,r of the Kenesaw-Wilcox match up in the sub-district final tonight (Thursday). Jump Rope for Heart to benefit Heart Association Students from 3rd through 8th grades in the Superior Public Schools, will join more than 10,000 students in more than 200 schools throughout Nebras- ka by participating in Jump Rope for Heart. This eyent, which takes place the week of Nov. 16-19, raises funds for research and public ed- ucation activities for the Ameri- can Heart Association, Nebraska Affiliate Teams of six members take turns jumping rope. Students se- cure pledges for each minute their team jumps. Participants can earn prizes for the dollars they raise to help in the fight against heart disease and stroke. For more information contact Doyle Christensen, Rhonda Myers or Terry Priefert. Superior senior Gena Bagley spikes the ball over the net in District B-S Monday evening in. Holdrege. Wildcat teammates in on the play are Kristin Russell Hiner No. 18 and Sandy Smith.The Lady Wildcats ended their volleyball season with loss to McCook. McCook downs Lady When district tournament time rolls around, volleyball tean,s realize that it is do or die if a squad wants its season to con- tinue. 'ltae wilmer of the game advances to the next round and the loser goes home and calls it a year. Unfonunatly for the Supe- rior Wildcats volleyball team, the district tournament brought them a first round loss and an end to the season. That end came Monday evening in Holdrege as McCook put down the Lady Cats in two sets 15-7, 11-15 Coach Tom Greenlee said the loss was tough to swallow; espe- cially for his 12 seniors whose volleyball careers were over with the loss "The girls really wanted to continue the season and it was hard to realize the season had come to an end." Kristcn Russell and Holly Nelson wcrc high servers for the Wildcat squad with two aces again st McCook. The top spikers in thc district contest were Libby Baird with 11 good hits and fivc accs, Gcna Baglcy with ninc hits and thrcc accs, and Shclly Laluk who cndcd the gamc with 13 hits and thrcc accs. Setting the Superior hitters was' Sandy Smith, who recorded 24 goodsets. Fellow seniorRussell was close behind with 22. Bagley was the ourstanding defensive player for the Wild- cats with four blocks on McC0ok spikes and one ace. Although his squad was domi- nated by seniors and it is difficult for any team to lose that many players Coach Greenlee says that regret the following members names were omitted from the membership list. Marvin Bockholdt Arlen Schlueter Randy Edwards Tom Boeka Mike Fenimore Kenny Corman Roger Kintigh Norris Eitzmann Adalene Schlueter Don Edwards Barb Boeka Jim Fenimore Jeff Kinyoun Approximately 200 memberships sold I with the experiences of this sea- son the Lady Cats will be a force to contend with in the future. "We have gained alot of experi- ence in our games this year. We have also worked alot on the fun- danentals ,and have something to build off of for future sea- sons," he said. The Lady Cats were in action last Tuesday when they hosted Hastings St. Cecilia on parents' night. Superior was downed in their final home appearence of the year by the powerful Blue Hawks 11-15, 7-15. Top offensive servers were Nelson, Laluk and Mandy Hobson who all tallied two aces against STC. Bagley finished the game with eight and three good spikcs Hincr rang up two The setters, totaled I 1 and Dcfensivet ggod job like times. Baird the game. The St. made winning In the results were Wildcats as defeat i County recelV .... $39,327road Monday Nuckolls County re- ceived a check for $39,327 from the Federal Emergency Manage- ment Agency as partial reim- bursement for the flood damage done to the county road system earlier this year. . The payment was based on the first inspection of road dam- age. Additional federal and state aid is expected. Thayer County received $I 10,772 this week. The checks were presented to the counties by Leo Zadina, local civil prepared- ness coordinator. Thus far this year. Zadina has distributed $239,000 in grant money to the three counties served by his of- rice. Following the heavy rains, Nuckolls County Road Depart- ment employees prepared de- tailed reports of the damages for review by state and federal representativeS, BMCB Memorials Brodstone County Mabel Dillan, Gloria Laird, "In negan from cis Placke, Averill, and Mrs. rior. In from Mr. In were from Marshall, Fraternal riot.