SHS golfers tee off at Fairbury Invite
The Superior High School Wildcat golfers traveled to Fairbury, last Wednesday, to compete at the Fairbury Invitational, played over the Fairbury Country Club course. Teams from eight schools, Fairbury, Lincoln Christian, Seward, Beatrice, Norris, Thayer Central and Crete , were represented at the event. Superior took sixth place with the score of 406. Lincoln Christian was the top team with the score of 325.
Jacob Sunday's round of 90 over the 18 hole course netted him the 14th place spot in the individual medalist category.
In addition to Sunday, the other Superior golfers were Cale Frahm who finished with a round of 98, Daniel Teachworth who recorded a round of 108, Trent Morris was in with a round of 110 and Eric Schiermeyer fired a round of 111. The four lowest scores are used to compile the team totals.
The team is at Hastings today (Thursday) for the St, Cecilia Invitational.
RHHS competed at Lakeside Invite
Because of technical issues, the results from the Rock Hills Grizzlies Tuesday, April 5 meet at Lakeside, were unavailable. The issue has been resolved. The team competed at the Saunders Invitational track and field meet sponsored by Lakeside High School and held at the Osborne High School track. The boys team finished in second place with 107 points in the eight team field, behind meet winner Osborne, with 152 points. The girls team finished fifth with 62 points. The girls winner was Lakeside with 163 points.
Caitlyn May earned two first place finishes for the girls team, one in the 800 meter run with her time of 2:37.25 and the other in the 1600 meter run with her time of 6:01.35. Sarena Meier landed the top spot in the 3200 meter run with her time of 13:17.63 and added second place points in the 1600 meter run.
Emilee Whelchel sprinted to a second place finish in the 200 meter dash and finished third in the 100 meter dash. Teri Slick picked up a fifth place finish in the 200 meter dash. Kaylee Hadle and Sabrina Saltzman competed in preliminary heats but did not advance to the final flight in any events.
Baylie Dunstan earned a third place finish in the shot put and was 11th in the discus throw. Slick came in 12th in the javelin.
Arrow Durant topped the discus field with his throw of 128'5.75".
Luke Broeckelman sped to a second place in the 200 meter dash and took third place in the 100 meter dash and the high jump. Brady Jeffery earned second place points with his finish in the 110 meter hurdles and added a third place finish in the javelin throw. Zane Colson posted a fourth place finish in the 400 meter dash. Derric Luong was in seventh place in the 800 and 3200 meter runs and 10th in the 1600 meter run.
Kobi Pennell took fifth place in the high jump and ran the 100 meter dash. Jake Spiegel had a fourth place finish in the long jump and took sixth place in the triple jump. Derreck Gillett posted a 11th place finish in the long jump and the triple jump events. Austin Eilert picked up third place points in the shot put and was fourth in the discus throw. Austin Durant held seventh place in the shot put and javelin throw and eighth in the discus throw.
The 4 x 100 meter and 4 x 400 meter relay team each earned second place points.
SHS hosts the Superior Invite
Superior's Wildcat Community Track was the site for the Superior Invitational track and field meet, last Tuesday. The Superior girls team took second place with 80 points. The boys finished in third place with 77 points. Seven other teams, Hastings St. Cecilia, the girls division winner, Thayer Central, the boys division winner, Deshler, Sandy Creek, Red Cloud and the Aurora junior varsity squad.
Madison Blackstone led the girls team with her three first place finishes. She took top honors in the high jump, clearing 5'2", claimed first place in the 100 meter hurdles with her time of 16.65 seconds and added first place in the 300 meter hurdles with her time of 51.62 seconds. Leah Meyer held the first place position in the discus throw with a distance of 121'3" and finished fifth in the shot put with a toss of 34'3.25". Taylor Jensby contributed first place points in the 800 meter run with her time of 2:30.93.
Evin Miller glided to a third place finish in the 300 meter hurdles. Angie Miller slogged her way to a fourth place finish in the 3200 meter run. Malori Grabast followed Miller in fifth place in the 3200 meter run. Megan Miller picked up fifth place points in the 100 meter hurdles. Lexi Webber finished in sixth place in the discus throw. Dani Freeman crossed the finish line in sixth place in the 100 meter dash.
The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Blackstone, M. Miller, E. Miller and Jensby claimed the second place points. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of D. Freeman, E. Miller, Webber and Sydney Willett ran to a fourth place finish.
Garrett Caldwell recorded another first place finish in the shot put for the boys team with a toss of 48'8.75". He added second place points in the discus throw. Ethan Roberts rounded back into form and posted a first place finish in the high jump when he cleared the bar at 5'10'.
Sloan Willett recorded a second place finish in the 200 meter dash and picked up sixth place points in the long jump. Adam Baker charged to a second place finish in the 300 meter hurdles. Ethan Freeman was in third place in the 100 meter dash and scored a fifth place finish in the 200 meter dash. Jared Dressman landed the fourth place points in the 110 meter hurdles. Trey Fierstein picked up fourth place points in the 100 meter dash.
The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Baker, E. Freeman, Fierstein and Sloan Willett earned second place points. The 4 x 800 meter relay team of Sloan Willett, Keaton Meyer, Adin Leibel and Jacob Whitmore joined up for a second place finish.
Setting personal best marks at the meet were Jensby in the 800 meter run, A. Miller in the 1600 and 3200 meter runs, Caldwell in the shot put and the girls 4 x 400 meter relay team.
The Wildcats head to Henderson, Saturday, for the Southern Nebraska Conference meet being held at Heartland High School.
Leah Meyer competes at Kansas Relays
Superior High School track team member Leah Meyer competed at the Kansas Relays, Friday, held at Rock Chalk Park in Lawrence, Kan. The three day event featured a quadrangular collegiate meet with University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Colorado State, Rice and Kansas. In a separate division more than 20 colleges and 120 high schools, including 16 from Nebraska, representing Class A, B, C and D competed at the event..
Meyer took part in the discus throw. She earned an 11th place finish with a throw of 38.2 meters or 125'93".
RHHS at Osborne for the Kaser Relays
It was non-stop action at the Kaser Relays held at the Osborne High School track.,Friday as 15 schools took part in the competition. Teams from Rock Hills, Plainville, Beloit-St. John's, Osborne Unified School District 392, Natoma, Lakeside, Palco, Logan, Stockton, Victoria, Ellis, Northern Valley, Tipton Catholic, Thunder Ridge and Southern Cloud participated at the event. The Rock Hills High School Grizzlies girls team-came in fifth with 46 points. Ellis won the division with 105 points. The boys team finished in eighth place with 30 points. Plainville won the boys division with 98 points
Caitlyn May scored a first place finish in the girls 800 meter run with her time of 2:35.96 and picked up another first place finish in the 1600 meter run with her time of 5:56.96. Sarena Meier nailed down first place in the 3200 meter run with her time of 12"42.62 and added second place points in the 1600 meter run.
Kaylee Hadle picked up third place points in the 100 meter dash and landed fifth place points in the 200 meter dash.
Brady Jeffery strode to a third place finish in the 110 meter hurdles and added fourth place points in the high jump. Jake Spiegel held fourth place in the long jump and grabbed the fifth palce points in the triple jump.
The 4 x 400 meter relay team finished in second place and the 4 x 100 meter relay team came away with a fourth place finish.
Both teams put on an impressive display in a large scale event. The teams head to beloit, Friday for the Beloit Relays and take part in the Tescott Invitational, Tuesday, at Tescott.
SJHS track team competes at Deshler Dragon
It was an away meet for the Superior Junior High School track and field team but they didn't have to leave town as the Deshler Junior High School Dragon Invitational was held at the Wildcat Community Track at Superior, Thursday. The girls team topped the field with 136 points. The boys team earned 42 points. The team was Wilcox-Hildreth Junior High School for the Falcon Invitational, Tuesday, with results unavailable at press time.
Trisha Hayes nailed down three first place finishes. She won the 100 meter dash with the time of 13.6 seconds, the 200 meter dash with her time of 28.9 seconds and completed her day with first place in the triple jump with her hop, skip and jump, of 30'1'. Kalynn Meyer reset her 8th grade discus throw record when she threw the circle 139'. She continued her first place efforts with a toss of 37'1". Hallie Miller sailed to a first place finish in the 100 meter hurdles with time of 17.1 seconds and added a first place finish in the 300 meter hurdles with her time of 51.8 seconds. Sierra Blackburn earned a first place finish in the 800 meter run and landed second place points in the long jump.
Emma Schnakenberg displayed her versatility when she scored a second place finish in the shot put, took second in the 400 meter dash and snagged a third place finish in the discus throw. Emily Tietjen held second place in the pole vault and finished fifth in the 1200 meter run. Morgan Theis took fourth palce in the 1200 meter run and was sixth in the 800 meter run. Jetta Sunday had a sixth palce finish in the 200 meter run.
The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Hayes, Meyer, Miller and Blackburn clamped down on first place with their time of 4:32.4.
Taran Zoltenko surged to a second place finish in the 400 meter dash. Jedd Whitmore took second in the long jump and added a fourth place finish in the 800 meter run. Conner Blackstone completed the triple jump in third place and added a fifth place finish in the 400 meter dash. A. J. Leibel completed the 1200 meter run in fourth place.
The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Whitmore, Blackstone, Leibel and Zoltenko earned first place points with their time of 57.5 seconds. The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Zoltenko, Leibel, Whitmore and Blackstone came in fifth.
The team enjoys a brief respite as they prepare for the Southern Nebraska Conference meet at David City, Thursday, May 5.
Couples summer golf league organizes at
Nelson golf course
The couples summer golf league at the Elk Creek Country Club in Nelson will hold an organizational meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 13. Any member of the ECCC is eligible to join the league, which will start on Friday June 4.
If interested in joining and for more information, contact Dale and Sally Uhrmacher or Chuck and DeAnna Tuttle.
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