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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 24. 1983 r I e Defense is the name of the game, and the Lawrence Panthers' defense provided the margin of victory in the Class t:)-1 fr>:~tbatl playoffs against Humphrey last Friday. Three Lawrence players combine their efforts to bring down a H~r,,~pt~rey Bulldog. On the bottom, under the legs of Humphreys' Jim Stanek, is Greg Kucera. Coming in on top is Bill ~cer~ ar~ John Reiman. Dan Svoboda (42) keeps an eye on the situation. --Photo courtesy of Lawrence Locomotive qhaci Sanner, Davenport will full feldged competitor a year ~n'rect you if you use the terms ago. ' body building" and "Getting ripped" takes three w e i g h t I i f t i n g ' ' i n - to four months of hard work and wrchangeably, as if they were dieting before one is in body ff~ s.ame thing, A practitioner building condition according to ~t bo~h sports, she has first- Miss Sanner and Cole. It in. i~md k~owl~ge of the dif- volves "high rep (repetition)" |'crevices in the demanding exercise and a diet high in t)reF~ration, grueling training protein and low in fat/and arid strenuous execution that is carbohydrates Shari explained. required by each. Among her It can have a had affect on accomplishments are seven personality, she complained, ~tt~te weighlifting records and "hecause you can't have any fat f~rs~ ~md second placements in which eliminates hamburgers, t~)dy building competition, milk and so many things I like -She~s the strongest student to eat like everyone else." i~ ,school' is the surprising The training and diet are a~se~smeat made by her coach, necessary to "reduce fat bet- Lewis Coie, at Davenport high ween the skin and muscles to scht~)l where Shari is a junior, achieve muscle definition," she When asked why, he said "I pointed out. In competition, do(ft k~ow why, she's just Cole said, "the judgesevaluate ~trOng" He also observed muscle size first and muscle Sh~ri's his first female student definition second." In the "pose i~ [hose sports and one of few in down" or performance, Cole ~.he' st~ te explained, "it's how you present Now 17 and five-foot-six, yourself, your repertoire of Shari said she's always had poses, ~some of which are athletic aspirations. In etemer~tary school she corn- mandatory, overall symmetry and overall proportion. If your back muscles are weak," he pointed out, "but your shoulder muscles are good, yon have to know how to show yourself." Weightlifting involves three lifts with weighted barbells ~x~ted in track whenever she could. In junior high she suf- fered a severe injury to her left kn~ in the long jump, Last Jmmary, she said, she "tore ap" the other knee playing basketbatl. Surgery was required t~ repair the damage. Ironically, it was the knee mjtiries that eventually got Shari into power lifting and boc~" building Unable to run on her legs, Shari got into weights for physical rehabilitation put, poses. Encouraged by su~ess and ability in lifting, Sh$'i stayed with it, becoming a are used in the bench press, lifting weights while prone, lying on 4he back As Shaft demonstrated the lifts, she wore a wide, thick leather belt to protect her back. Important to weight lifters, she explained, @ A Davenport junior, Shad Sanner, is shown performing Shari said. In the squat, weights are taken from shoulder racks the squat, one of the three weight lifts involved in weightlift- down to the squat po~ltion and ing. She got into the sport as a form of physical rehabHita- hack up. Arrna and shoulders lion after serious knee injuries. --Photo by Gladys Tietjen are bulk, strength and low rep Lincoln, sponsored by the exercise (8-10 times). She also has to be conscious about her weight limit, she added. Last year she lifted within the 132- pound limit, this year she has lifted in the 148-pound limit, weighing in at 142 pounds. When in training she works out one and one-half to two hours every weekday, going through a routine of exercises and start- amt lifts of 135 pounds. peting in the Star City Open for Men and Women at Lincoln in the Goodyear Health Center, Nov. 5, Shari set state records in all three lifts plus total weight lifted in the 148- pound class according to coach Cole. In the bench press her 200- pound lift set the women's and teenage state records. She set state teenage records in the squat with 280 pounds and 290 ~ds in the dead lift. With a hoist of 770 pounds the Davenport junior set new women's and teenage state marks, Coach Cole summarized that Shari owns five women's and seven teenage state records at two weights. Last year the state meet was held in November at Omaha's A. V. Sorenson recreation center. Because of scheduling problems this year, it ~ been put off until February. Last year Shari set recoreds in all but the dead lift. Her lifts were 185 in the bench press, 260 in the squat and 280 in the dead llft for a total of 725. Last July, Shari entered two body building contests. The first was the Ms. Huskerland in American Federation of Women's Bodybuilding. The Davenport~ brunette won fifth place from among nine in her first contest. In her second contest, Ms. Nebraska, at Omaha she came away with first place in her height class. Although she was the crowd's favorite in the pose down, Shari said, she placed second. The event was sponsorerd by the AAU at Peony Park. How to classmates, especially the boys, feel about her par- ticipation in what previously has been a male sport? "They think it's OK" she answered. Adding "they don't treat me any different." Shari is now practicing basketball, Cole said. "We have to tape her knees before she can play. She knows she has bad knees, but she makes her own decisions." Her next com- petition in lifting is in February at the state meet. Soon after that she will begin conditioning for body building competition next summer. With a career interest in physical therapy, Shari's ex- perience with knee problems and body conditioning provides a good foundation. Those who have watched the Davenport high school band march, may have seen Shari leading as majorette. Shari lives in Davenport with her parents, Dean a~zi Doris Sanner along with twin sister, Marilyn. An older sister, Shala, 19, attends Hastings Technical Shari Sanner gives a one arm demonstration to show an idea of what is involved in the "pose down" in body building competition, She was a bit reluctant to pose because she cthimed she was not in condition. --Photo by Gladys Tletjen Often it is said that the first for Humphrey with Finkral step is the hardest but for the gaining 56 yards on 18 carries Lawrence Panthers the op- and Stanek 39 yards on 14 posite was true, the toughest carries. Tim Friend completed game of the season was the five of 13 passes and had two championship contest in Class intercepted for 104 yards and D-I in which they beat Hum- Hoelting completed one of two phrey 28-26 in overtime, attempts for 30 yards for the This marks the second year in Panthers. Kevin Kallwelt a row the Panthers captured the completed only two of four and top honors. Lawrence scored had one intercepted for 16 yards first at the 8:02 mark in the for Humphrey. game when Dan Svoboda On the receiving end, blocked Humphrey punt into the Heelting caught four passes for end zone that was recovered by 57 yards and Mike Kohmetscher John Re[man but the conversion hauled in two for 75 yards for attempt failed. Humphrey Lawrence. Zach caught one for countered on a four-yard run by 23 yards and Finkral one for two Todd Finkral and added two yards for Humphrey. more points on a Jim Stanek run The Panthers had a slight to give the Bulldogs an 8-6 lead edge in first downs with 11 at the end of the period. In the compared to the Bulldog 10 but second period the teams traded the big difference was in the touchdowns, Bill Kucera run- passing game where Lawrence ning from four yards out for had 134 yards to only 16 for Lawrence and Finkral plunging Humphrey. Lawrence lost the over from the one for theball twice on interceptions and Bulldogs. Neither team was twice on fumbles while the loyal successful in their conversion opposition had one pass in- attempts. The score at the half tercepted but turned the ball showed Humphrey ahead by over three times on fumbles. two, 14-12. , Running out of the "old style" single-wing forrhation, the Panthers marched 35 yards in the third period on their first possession and scored on a Kueera one-yard run in a series set up by Svobode's second ,locked punt of the evening. Kucera again carried on the uccessful conversion attempt o put the Panthers ahead 20-14. The P~nthers held Humphrey twice after the Bulldogs had penetrated deep into their own territory to the nine and 17 yard line but Humphrey finally knotted the score on a 10-play 61-yard scoring drive with Finkral taking it in from one yard out with 48 seconds left in regulation time but the con- version attempt failed. On the Panther's first play in overtime, Jerry Hoelting, the scrambling running back and sometimes quarterback from Lawrence, reached the two- yard line and then scored on the next play. Svoboda ran the conversion attempt to put the Panthers ahead 28-20 but Humphrey was not to be denied. The Bulldogs came back with Finkral taking the ball in from two yards out but a determined Panther defense stalled the conversion attempt to preserve the victory. Kucera was the leading ground gainer for the Panthers with 73 yards on 21 carries. Hoelting carried for 47 yards on 16 carries for the night. Ron Zach had 157 yards on 22 carries Coach Curt Johnson said after the game that "I'd have to say a lot of tradition and deter- mination got us t'his far, because both (Humphrey Coach) Leroy Ditter and I didn't plan on being in the finals when we started practice last August." The Panthers end the season with a string of 25 consecutive wins that includes the enviable record of not having lost a Class D-I championship game since being beaten by Shelby in 1981. e Jerry Hoelting is about to bring in one of his five receptions against Humphrey. He rushed for 57 yards ~ gained 56 yards with the pass receptions, --Photo courtesy of Lawrence Locorn0t \:. ...... Coaches Curt Johnson (with glasses) and Mark Reinhard (with back to came talk to the players after the presentation of the troDly and medals. Tim Friend trophy above the crowd. Others shown are Bill Kucera, Ralph Williams and Mike and student manager, Amy Wade. --Photo courtesy of Lawrence announc Superior Schools Honor Roll All A's and B's Seniors: David Corman, Kathy Crane, Todd Hayes, Denny Kroeger, Candy Peck, Daphne Risewick, Jody Rust, Cecil Smalley, Dianne Shuck, Susan Sund, Brian Teachworth, fen Thayer. Juniors: Brad Biltoft, Kayla Deering, Angle Gunn, Stephanie Harper, Bernie Kimminau, Clara hitler, Kevin Miller, Jay Murray, Richard Risewick, Eric Ross, Susan Sihert, Anna Sullivan, Liz Wilford, Audra Willett. Sophomores: Darin Ahrens, Molly Banks, Carl Johnson, Debbie Purcell, Lori Pusateri, Bruce Thayer. nor terback, Renee Peroutek, Kathy Ostdiek, Valerie Sharon Martin, Darren Koester, Ralph Williams. Tam[ Doug Benoit. Todd Schiermeyer. Eighth grade: Dixie Wood, Kim Payne, Marcia Ost, John Gillett, Mike German, Andrew Coffman, John Clark, Richelle Ahlvers. Seventh grade: Judy Wagner, Van Underwood, Kim Schiaefli, Alan Ross, Jim Gillett, Wayne Gardner, Peggy Colson, Chad Benoit. Lawrence Schools A-Honor Roll Freshmen: Lynette Herbek, Peggy Kathman, Tim Menke, Becky Piss. Sophomores: Carolyn Darren Tyler, Amber Wood, High Honor Roll AIlA's Seniors: Shelly Bothwell, Arnold Miller, Brian Miller, Yvonne Sack. Juniors: Judy Hullett, Lisa Kirchheff, Missy Striggow. Freshmen: Rachelle Jonson, Jennifer Schlarb, Brent Smidt, Kirk Stinson. Eighth grade: Rex Miller and Bryan Zeigler. Seventh grade: Angola Autry, Lisa Karmazin, Hope Lovewell, Phil Mason, Dawn Russell, Janette Watson. Nuckolls CountY Jr. High wrestle have first match The Superior Junior Wrestling team participa the Sandy Creek Saturday. Superior placed fourth eight wrestlers in the top of their weight class. Bob won the 111-pound division. Kevin Re[man second in the 115"P division. In the Miller placed thii'd. Jeff Freshmen: Todd Cameron Bothwell, Brenda Frasier, Jim Guilkey, Tim Joseph,Terry Laluk, Guy Loop, Eric Moore, Jeff Peck, Stephne Risewick, Kathy Schultz, Lynda Fairbanks. Eighth grade: Jennifer Allen, Nicole Bagley, Mark Eiseman, Ward Elliott, Tracy Follmer, Darrin Gunn, Lesley Hanson, Michael Hanson, ROd Havens, Linda Johnson, Maria Kir- chhoff, Jon Moore, Brenda McCullongh, Valerie Ohlrich, Nicole Ordich, Domain Pavlicek, Michelle Pettit, Melinda Radley, Brad Schultz, Kelly Thomvson, Russ Uhrmacher, Sharon Wittke, Michele Wood. Seventh grade: Shelly Barry, Paula Czirr, Shari Doering, Kristie Ebsen, Tony Harpham, Shelly Jonson, Amy Lucas, Theresa Mertens, Heather College. Her father is a grain Meyer, Sharon Pelzer, David elevator manager. Springer, Richard Sullivan, Mankato Schools Superlnteadent's Honor Roll Seniors: Judy Huher, Darren Faimon, Tiea Hoofing, Lori Baird, Esslinger, Kristi Dunstan, Mazour. finished fourthinthe Michelle Benoit. Juniors: Angle Himmelberg, division. Others were Brian Marten, Juniors: Leah Ross, Tins LoriKucera, JuanitaPlas, Rose Powell, Molly Kinsey, Deb Sehendt, Sand[ Svoboda. Doyle, DebBenoit. Seniors: Kim Himmelberg, Freshmen: Karla Ross, Julie Hlavac, Mike Re[man. Penny Menhusen, Sharon Grout, James Bothwell. Eighth grade: Betty Pletcher, Michelle Kinsey, Susan Hoard. Seventh grade: Brandon Delcamp. Principal's Honor Roll Seniors: Lisa Thomas, Steve Spiegel, Binie Roberts, Gail Boyles. Juniors: Pat Schlotterback, Lloyd Johnson, Sean Herbig, Pare Grelinger, Rick Gardner, Grngg Doud. Sophomores: Jill Seirer, Lisa Pope, Shannon Murray, Sheila Mohler, Curtis Free, Curtis Claycamp. Freshmen: Stede Underwood, Amy Thompson, Mike Schlotterback, Mark Schlot- Bushnell, Tony Holli~ Keith Russell. There were no team kept. Teams in the tour~ were Friend, Harvard, Sutton, Hebron, Clay Sandy Creek and Tri John Lenninger, cc commented, "With the petition we had, I didn't them all to place but happy with their, Hunters bag 204 deer in NuckoUs CountY Nuckolls County sh offices report checking taken during the firearms hunting season figure represents a reduction from the B Honor Roll Freshmen: Dennis Herbek, Cheryl Hofstetter, DeeAnn Larrington, Darrell Phomeier, Marlene Kohmetscher. Sophomores: Karen Kim- minau, Peggy Lemke, Donna Schendt, Jill Schroer, Amy Wade. Juniors: Doug Buescher, Donna Herbek, Darcy Him- melberg, Ed Kimminau, Gary Kimminau, Rita Menke, Marlene Ostdiek, Tim Pallas, Kevin Pohlmeier, Bernard Seuchek, Dan Svoboda. Seniors: Randy Herbek, Lynda Herz, Chad Himmelherg, Gone Himmelberg, Teri Hoelting, Laurie Janda, Don Kathman, Mike Kohmetscher, Bill Kucera, Karen Kucera, The SL ,Standin! Buildin were WOU fund ~ Pirst Nat