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4.A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday. December 12, 2002 Wildcats win one at Hastings Tournament The Superior Wildcats lost two game and won one at the Hastings College [&apos;re-Season Tournament Thursday, Friday aud Saturday. Superior vs. ]'ri-County The Superior Wildcats opened their basketball season wiih a pre-season tournament. The Cals n'aveled to Tri- County Thursday to hike on tile top- 10 ranked Trojans. Tri County jumped out to a 19-1 lead and Superior never recovered, losing 72-47. Joel Hendcrsm paced the Wildcats with 11 points. Wade Schmidt lol- lowed with 8 points and Jarred Ehlers scored 6 points. Ryan Fuelhoff and Darrin Bouray contributed 5 points each. Jordan Tuma, Shane ttcaley and Landon Woerner were each good for 3 points. Ben Bargen scored 2 points and Eric Kroizingel hi! .'t free throw. C. Klasek paced the Tri-County Tr@ans with 19 poi hiS. M. Gerber and W. Cammack wcrc both in double fig- ures with 17 and 14 points respec- tively. B. Shipp hit 8 poinls. A. Tietjen and J. Hanke wcrc each good for 6 points. K. Koester added 2 points. Superior vs. IAncoln Lutheran Clint Poppe added 6 points. B. Himmelberg was good for 2points and A. Olson hit a free throw. Superior vs. Red Cloud On Saturday, the Superior Wildcats got their first win of the year by defeat- ing the Red Cloud Warriors 57-33 at Hastings. Superior jumped out to a 20-4 lead after one quarter and never looked back. Superior used a. balanced attack against Red Cloud as the Wildcats had 10 players in the scoring column. Bouray led the way with 12 points followed by Fuerhoff and Henderson with 8 points each. Woerner was good t%r 7 points and Bargen had 6. Schmidt hit 5 points and Meyers 4. T. J. Druba scored 3 points. Josh Paterson and Tuma each contributed 2 pointL K. Knehans was the only Warrior in double figures with 16 points. C. Bur- gess contributed 8 points. E. Person added 4 points and D. Meyer was good for 3 points. R. Danehey and A. Golka each hit a free throw. Superior travels to Belleville Fri- day night to take on the Buffaloes. I I Superior's Wade Schmidt (25) begins the fast break against Tri County. Ryan Fuerhof (11 ) and Joel Henderson (51 ) Raider game now Thursday, not The Lawrence-Nelson boys' basketball games originally scheduled for Dee, Nelson have been changed to I. at Nelson. Girls' junior varsity !s at, boys' junior varsity is at The girls' varsit) the boys varsity at 8 p.m. Young Lady Cats Clay Center The Superior seventh defeated Clay Superior. Sam Nielsen once again le& ers with 10 points. Hatzenbuehler contributed 4 Rounding out the scoring wit! each were Ashley Hayes, Giger and Trista Siben. Superior coach Kelly "Jennifer Hershberger did but she played a nice defensivel The seventh grade g 4-2 record. Mumm said, "The last few of the season will be with Dec. 14 and then the season up on Dec. 16 with oui" Tournament." Oil Friday the Wildcats traveled to Lincoln l..utheran alld lost 59+.49. . Superior led the WatriH's after one quarter 13-9 bul a poor second quarter put Lincoln I.ulheran ahead 29-24 at the half. Lincoln Lutheran extended the lead to 8 after three qmmers at 41-33 and led by as many a'; 14 t-,finls in the second half. Stll)eri(u' cul the lead to 6 on two separate OCC,;/SiOllS, [)tit could not get any closer lhan lhat. Bouray led Ihc Superior scoring effort with 14 t{lls, tlenderson and Schmidt were bolh in double figures with 11 and 10 Dfints respectively. Tim Meyers conlribt,ed 6 points. Tuma added 3 points. ,losh I'elcrson hit 2 free throw. Adam Hat,man. Bargen and Woerner each hil a free throw. Diemer paced lhe Warriors wid112 points followed b> 1). Schw|ltz with 11. M. Pete1. ,,\\;. 'l'lw>;lcr and J. Koflmall each c'cHlllihlllCtt !) points, Rogers wins at York Invite, Bruning 2nd Superior's Richard Rogers won the 145 pound weight di,,ixion al the York Invitational Saturday and Sheahan Bruning took second in Ihe 119 pound division. Aaron Thonlpso!i tcok lhird in tile 130 pound weighl division. Tony Jetensky took fourth in the 135 pound divisiorl and Chance Alexander was l oul fll at t 52 pounds. HIGH.SPEED WIRELESS INTERNET High<Speed Wireless Intemet available in Superior. = Call Today! Superior Publishing Company, Inc. 402-879-3291 By Lois Lewis I H LI I Bethany Lutheran Church: Evelyn Phillips, pastor. Sunday, 8:30 a.m, Cherub and Youth Choir; 9 a.m., Christ- mas program practice; l0 a.m, wor- ship; 2-4 p.m., open house at parson- age. St. Mark Lutheran Church; Paul Albrecht, pastor; Brian Ketelsen, vicar. Sunday, 8:30 a.m., chimes; 9 a.m., worship; 10:15 a.m., Bible study. Wednesday, 5 p.m, catechism; 6 p.m., supper; 7:30 p.m worship, chimes. Ruskin Public Library Hours; Tues- day, 4-6 p.m. Saturday, 1-4 p.m. Mel- issa Powers librarian. If the gates is closed, climb the fence.Julie Krone Rolland and Pauline Franzen were Thanksgivingguests oftheirdaughter, Lisa, at Kearney. Hartley and Jane Petersen attended the funeral for their brother-in-law, Duane Lubkeman, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Hampton, Iowa, Monday. John and Dorothy Krogh were among Thanksgiving Day family din- ner guests of Jerre and Ardie Hoins, Davenport. Elizabeth Schoenhals,Ong, was a Thanksgiving weekend guest of her aunt, Sandra Shaw, and family. Denny Gridley, Aurora, Colo., was a Nov. 22- 25 houseguest, also. Harland and Ruth Lipker, Shoekopee, Minn., their daughter, Sonja, Alaska, and two of Harland's friends were Thanksgiving weekend guests of Edwin and Lorene Lipker. They were joined by Dorrel and LeAnn Lipker, Nikki and Corey for Thanks- I R u s k i h thefill theWildcatsOUtside72.47.1anes and Ben Bargen (41)will follow in the middle lane. The homestanding T r, County Trojans thumped IS=ton lt/[ttstan Lawrence-Nelson giving dinner. Lorene recently had cata- ract surgery and is doing well. Dick and Thelma Landers were Wednesday-Friday guests of Bill and Gall Belmont, enjoying Thanksgiving and visiting other family members. St. Marks LWML met Thursday evening at the church for their Christ- mas party. A covered dish supper was shared. Linda Kleen gave devotions. The Christmas story interspersed with hymn singing. The business meeting was held. A gilt exchange revealing secret sisters for the past year was enjoyed. Pastor Albrecht led the topic on the Prophesy of Preparation for Christmas. Danish Brotherhood Lodge mem- bers attended a Christmas party at the Party Room Saturday evening. A ca- tered dinner was served after which a gift exchange was held. The group played cards later in the evening. Shari Brandt, a student at Colorado State, Fort Collins, was a Thanksgiv- ing vacation guest of her parents, Les and Joetta Brandt. Friday evening dinner guests of Les and Joetta Brandt were Shaft, Nate and Karina Brandt and Ryan, Kevin and Shelly Urkoski, and Myrna Larsen. Mervin and Ramona Thayer were in Lincoln, Saturday. They visited her brothers, Ronald and Verdell Bohling. Michael Thayer, Kearney, w a week- end guest of his parents. Emil and Geraldine Stichka and Fern Schoof were Sunday evening guests of Marietta Free. Taxes! Schedule a year-end tax planning appointment/ _ I Certified Public Accountant 430 N. Central Office and Fax 402-879-4013 Superior, Nob. E-Mail: mvwcpa@alltsl.not I Just in time for Christmas Husker, K-S. tate and other colleg,ate stones E I I FUNERAL HOMES and MONUMENTS IJlll I Superior's Wade Schmidt (25) looks to pass inside against Lincoln Lutheran. Jordan Tuma (31) comes around one wing and Landon Woerner (53) moves across the lane trying to get open for a pass. The Lincoln Lutheran Warriors, defending their home court, held off Superior and defeated the Wildcats 59-49. All teams available Megrue-Price Funeral Home PO Box 282 750 N. Commercial Superior, Neb. 402-87(.)-3000 ii ii nj m i IIItt a ..e.  ....... The Lawrence-Nelson Rat urday night at Nelson. in double figures with 13 Spirk followed with 6 Pohlmeier and Jarred added 4 points. Phiilip good for 2 points. Doug a free throw. Josh Nuss led the Sutton with 15 points. Luke with 11 for 6 points. Dustin Schonebetl Casey Nuss contributed 5 Travis Eckhardt added 3 Lawrence-Nelson hosts the Flyers Thursday night at then travels to Red Cloud night to take on the Warriors. L-N wrestlers sixth at The Lawrence-Nelson placed 6th out of 14 Harvard Tournament. provement over last year placed 9th. six coml: winning the state chain year. Lawrence-Nelson wrestling Randy Rippen ments about his wrestlers: Scheuerman has improved a l this year and I look more wins from him. Cody jumped from 103 pounds 119 this year and is really a run for their surprised by the bottom being the champion. Jason moved up from junior varsity Furnace Check up Scott TV & AppJiance 341 N. 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