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&apos; girls go 0-3 Hastings Tourney Superior Lady Wildcats went the Hastings College Tourna- iThursday, Friday and Saturday. Marian defeated the Supe- i4-47 Thursday night at Lincoln Lutheran bested ' Wildcats 49-33 Friday night Then Red Cloud defeated 27-14 Saturday night at Marian Montgomery pumped in 20 to lead the Wildcats. Jenny followed with 8 points and Williams scored 6. Gina y Willianls, each con- 3 points. Kristen Sweet, Jess and Brittanie Utecht each Kendra Kaldahl hit a had 12 rebounds and had 11. and Brannen led the Omaha sconng effort with 9 points Lg inn. the 49-33 loss to Lincoln Montgomery again led the Wildchts with 7 points. followed with 5 points. and Sweet each contributed 4 points. Kirby Siebecker added 3 points. Kaldahl, Utecht, Haley Shroyer, Erin Eitzmann and Abby Schmidt each scored 2 points. Montgomery pulled down 10 re- bounds and Sweet had 9. Lincoln Lutheran had three players in double figures. Cody Lebo scored 13 points, Ally Menhenhall 11 and Krystal Lewailyn 10. Sara Anderson, Annie Tarlowski and Ruth Taegge each scored 4 points. Sara Maul added 3 points. Superior vs. Red Cloud Red Cloud bested the Lady Wild- cats 27-14 Saturday night. Montgomery paced the Wildcats with 5 points. Warneking followed with 4 points and Sweet added 3 points. Williams and Siebecker each hit a free throw. Montgomery was again in double figures with 10 rebounds. L. Burgess led Red Cloud with 9 points. S. Olson followed with 8. E. Williams contributed 5 points and P. Golka added 3. M. Fountaine scored 2 points. The Lady Wildcats travel to Belleville Friday night to take on the Buffaloes and then host the Wilber- Clatonia Wolverines Saturday night. Lutheran Church: Connie 9 a.m., worship; i., Sunday school and Fellow- Wednesday, 5-8:30 p.m. Pizza Hut; Sunday, Dec. Sunday school Christmas I0 a.m., Fellowship hour. Church of'Hardy: Sunday, a.m, church service; Lance is speaker. Ushers are James Eugene Hanson. WCU meets Dec. 19, at 2 p.m. supper guests of Bill and Corman were Les and Beryl Mr. and Mrs. Herb Bruns and Mrs. Ed Rempe were afternoon visitors in the home. Bouray, a member of the rat the United Methodist Church, with the choir presented a "A Perfect Christmas" Sun- and Karen Thayer and Randy Koehler went to Minden Sat- attend a Christmas perfor- .at the Minden Opera House. alad Rhth Thayer attended the , Christmas held at the Community Center. Marvin Carriker were the hosts• were present. and Mary Ann Meyer at- the Mary Lanning Memorial 55+ Christmas Holiday So- tthe Hastin City Auditorium• aia Lewis were in Me., tChurch met Wednesday in the home Thomsen, Superior, with a gift exchange and Vieselmeyer, Daven- with Alvin and Edna Gutscher, Burr Oak, noon dinner guest. noon dinner guests of Irvin Schleufer were Virginia Beulah Ray, Superior, Schleufer, Ruskin. After din- and Murlene, Virginia and sited in the Dana and Julie and family home, Beatrice and Katie. Saturday to attend the program at the Lyndall and went to Salina Sunday to visit are still 'havi "i,Ce eather frointhis 'gone',shopping SO hot day morning at the Webber United Methodist Church. Glenn and Jo Anne Edwards went to Crete Tuesday evening. They at- tended granddaughters, Stacy's sev- enth grade basketball game and grand- daughter, Kate's 5th and 6th grade Christmas concert at Crete High School. Nancy Edwards and her mother, Genevieve Ebsen were in Kansas City for the Thanksgiving weekend with Mrs. Ebsen's sister, Grace Amy. Rev. Art Taylor was a Monday visi- tor in the home of Don and Doroth), Kottmeyer. There was 10 people present Wednesday for the Senior Citizens din- ner at the fire hall. A large group of members of St. Paul Lutheran Church were in atten- dance Sunday evening to enjoy carol- ing, decorating, a soup supper and a sing-a-long. Donna Miller called Sunday after- noon in the Glenn Edwards home. Greg and Blake Edwards were supper guests. Vernon and Liz Kaldahl went to York Sunday to attend a Studebaker club meeting and Christmas party. Henrietta Schlueter and Henrietta Grauerholz visited Sunday afternoon with Raymond and Hilda Marquart. They celebrated Raymond's birthday. Saturday Norman and Sue Stenson visited Matt and Rachel Maxwell, Isaac, Addle and Cedric, Smith Cer,- ter. Addie's second birthday was cel- ebrated. The Stensons were in Beloit in the evening to see the Christmas lights in the park. The Jensby Trucking Christmas party was held Saturday night at the Do Drop In. Paul and Denelda Edwards went to Geneva to attend the school Christmas program on Tuesday evening. Don and Helen Gebers also attended. Grand- daughter Brette Gebers was in the pro- gram. Superior freshmen girls beat BD 35-31 The Superior freshmen girls de- feated the Bruning-Davenport 35-31 Monday night at Superior. Haley Shroyer and Abby Schmidt were both in double figures for Supe- rior with 11 points each. Leslie Kile and Amy Williams each scored 5 points. AllieMarr was good for3 points. Heidi Mussman pumped in 14 points for Bruning-Davenport. Eliza- beth Robinson added 9 points. Hilary Grone contributed 4 points, Brittany Bowman 3 and Gerrica Miller hit a free thvow: , Thursday. December 12. 2002 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A .... 7/,,:i)i, ' Haley Shroyer (43) looks to pass inside against Red Cloud. Abby Schmidt (51) makes her cut as does Alyssa Montgomery (55). Erin Eitzmann is in the background. Red Cloud defeated Superior 27-14• Superior's Jessica Kinyoun (23) goes up to block a shot against Omaha Marian. Holly Walton (25) heads to the basket for the rebound. Marion defeated Superior 54-47. in7 in the 5avins! Aurora Cooperative's Advantage Days Dec. 13 - Hardy lkDec. 17 - Clay Center gommun/ty//a//  Community Jloom Dec. 18 - Grand Island  Dec. 19 - Aurora Plalt-Duotsche Society  Ąa/rgrounJs Stop in and lock in great fertilizer and chemical pricesjor next year by booking or prepaving now at Aurora Cooperative. Get information from experts representing all commodity areas including seed, grain, .[bed, fertilizer, chemi- cals, petroleum, tires, and much more. Lunch served. RORA I0 a.nL to 2 p.m -mm- www.aurora.coop Wise Lady Raiders beat CC, lose to Sutton The Lawrence-Nelson Lady Raid- ers went 1-1 for the week. The Raiders defeated Clay Center 56-39 Dec. 5 at Clay Center and then fell to Sutton 53- 50 Saturday night at Nelson. Lawrence-Nelson vs. Clay Center In the win over Clay Center, the Lady Raiders jumped off to an early 16-9 lead after the first quarter. The lead ballooned to 32-22 a the half. The Raiders were outscored 13-10 in the third quarter but came back in the final quarter to outscore Clay Center 14-4. Stacy Svoboda paced Raider scor- ing with 21 points and 13 rebounds. Renee Faimon and Jenny Menke were in double figures. Faimon scored 14 points. Menke scored 11 points and pulled down 14 rebounds• Kim Faimon was good for 4 points. Emily Schroer, Tara Hofstetter and Tori Wehrman added 2 points each. Amy Parnell led the Clay Center scoring effort with 14 points. Megan Swenson and Sarah Koohmoraic fol- lowed with 9 points each. Jordan Schmoldt contributed 4 points and Kayla Anderson added 3. Lawrence-Nelson vs. Sutton In the 53-50 k, <, Sut',.m Satur- day, the Fillies outscored the Lady Raiders every quarter except the last. After one quarter, it was Sutton 16, Lawrence-Nelson 13. Sutton led at the half 28-21. After three quarter of play, it was Sutton 40, Lawrence-Nelson 33. Lawrence-Nelson outscored Sutton 17- 10 in the final period. Svoboda pumped in 23 points to lead the Lady Raiders. Jenny Menke followed with 13. Kim Faimon con- tributed 6 points and Tara Hofstetter added 4 points. Renee Faimon and Emily Schroer were good for 2 points each. Jennie Menke pulled down 9 re- bounds and Svoboda had 7. VanKirk led Sutton in scoring with 16 points. Laurel Sheridan followed with 8 points. Kaylee Kramer and Amanda Gowen each contributed 7  points. Nuss contributed 6 points and Kristen Hofman had 5. Melinda Gowen . was good for 3 points. Lindsey Ribbens hit a free throw. Lawrence-Nelson hosts the Franklin Flyers Thursday night at Nelson and  then travels to Red Cloud Saturday night to take on the Warriors. .. L-N ladies return three The Lawrence-Nelson Lady Raid- ers return three quality starters from last years' team. According to Lawrence-Nelson girls' basketball coach Cathy Biltoft, this years' team also has quickness, depth, a good work ethic and a love for the game. The weakness, as BiltofVsees it, is inexperience in key areas. Biltoft's goals are to focus on each game one game at a time, play together and work hard. Returning letter winners and their positions are Stacy Svoboda, post; Renee Faimon, guard; Jenny Menke, post; Tara Hofstetter, guard; Tori Wehrman, guard and Emily Schroer, guard-post. Seniors on the team are Svobodz, Renee Faimon, Hofstetter, Wehrman, Lisa Ostdiek, Jennifer Stemper and Jeanne Hubl. AccordingtoBiltoft, keyopponents are Sutton, Sandy Creek, Friend, Su-: perior and Blue Hill and "just about  everyone else we play•" Biltoft said, "We definitely will play: a lot of teams to make us better." Biltoft sees key players as S voboda, Renee Faimon, Kim Faimon and heL bench as keys to the season. Svoboda and Reneee Faimon are, experienced and they provide leader-; ship and a quality of play for the Lady., Raiders• Biltoft said, "The opponents are; going to have to guard both Raider. posts." 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