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For The Superior Express and Jewell County Record

April 30, 2015

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RHHS golf team is second in two meets
The Rock Hills Grizzlies varsity and junior varsity golf teams took part in matches at the Sylvan-Lucas Invite and the Southern Cloud Invite. The team finished in second place at both events.
The team visited the Luray course at Sylvan-Lucas, last Tuesday, and finished in second place behind St. John's, Beloit, with 329 strokes. St. John's took first place with 313 strokes in the five team field. Other schools competing were Tipton, Lacrosse and Natoma.. The four lowest scores of the five team players are used to determine the score. Samuel Flinn finished in second place with his round of 65. Tycen Higer earned a ninth place finish with a round of 82. Holden Mauerhan carded a round of 93. Drew Beam finished his 18 holes with a score of 95. Noah Daniels posted a 135 and was also disqualified.
The linksters played at the Southern Cloud Invitational, Thursday. They played the Glasco course. St. John's was again the top team with their score of 305. The Grizzlies took second place in the seven team field with their team score of 333. Other participating schools were Tipton, Lakeside, Riley county, Pike Valley and Southern Cloud. Flinn earned the first place medal with his 18 hole score of 70. Higer was the third place finisher with his round of 73. Drew Beam recorded a round of 93. Mauerhan and Daniels each posted rounds of 99.
The junior varsity squad was on the course at Sylvan-Lucas. Austin Eilert finished eight with a nine hole score of 55. Chase Slate and Cedric Ballentin had disqualifications to accompany their rounds of 58. Jalee Ortman finished 11th with her round of 59. Lexi Jeffery held 12th place with her round of 75 in the 20 player field.
The junior varsity also played at the Southern Cloud event over the Miltonvale course. Ortman secured second place, in the 12 player field, in the girls play flight with her nine hole score of 57.
Eilert took eighth place in the boys flight of 16 players with his round of 58. Slate nailed down 10th place with his round of 61. Landon Goss recorded a round of 72.
The Grizzlies hosted the varsity only Rock Hills Invitational at the Mankato Country Club, Tuesday.. This was also the Northern Plains League meet. Results were unavailable at press time. Both varsity and junior varsity will be on the course for the Lakeside Invitational at the Downs golf course, Tuesday.

SHS golf team at Fairbury
The Superior High School golf team headed to Fairbury last Wednesday for the 10 team Fairbury Invitational. The Wildcats finished in seventh place at the 18 hole event. The Wildcats team score of 387 was determined by the four lowest of the five team players scores.
Jacob Sunday was the low Wildcat scorer with his round of 92. Trenten Morris finished his day with a round of 96. Eric Schiermeyer completed his circuit with a score of 99, Jacob Whitmore finished the match with a round of 100. Cale Frahm carded a round of 101 for the match.
The team is back on the links today (Thursday) as they travel to Hastings for the St. Cecilia Invitational.

Superior Junior High track team in action
The Superior Junior High School track team was one of the visiting teams at their own track, Thursday, as they took part in the Deshler Invitational at the Wildcat Community Track. The girls team finished the meet as first place champions with 125 points. The boys were in second place with 103.5 points.
Kalynn Meyer took first place in the discus and shot put. Hallie Miller recorded first place finished in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles. Trisha Hayes finished at the front of the 100 meter dash field and took second place honors in the long and triple jumps.
Megan Miller held second place in the 100 meter hurdles and was fifth in the 300 meter hurdles. Emma Schnakenberg was third in the discus, fourth in the shot put and the 400 meter dash. Taylor Bargen came in third in the shot put and was fourth in the discus. Dani Freeman took fourth place in the 100 meter dash. Emily Tietjen was fourth in the pole vault and sixth in the 800 meter run. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of H. Miller, M. Miller, Malori Grabast and Schankenberg earned first place.
Adam Baker led the boys team with four first place medal in the high jump, 200 meter dash, the 110 and 300 meter hurdles. Jaden Hansen scored a first place finish in the discus throw. He earned second place in the shot put and 100 meter dash. He finished sixth in the 200 meter dash.
Meyer established a school record in the seventh grade discus, eclipsing the mark she recently set. H. Miller broke her existing seventh garde 300 meter hurdle record also set this season.
Trenton Theis held second place in the 1200 meter run and was fifth in the 800 meter run . Adin Leibel was the third place finisher in the 1200 meter run, sixth in the 800 meter run and the high jump. Jesse Trillo took fourth place points in the shot put. Caden Roberts was sixth in the 1200 meter run. Seth Gehle posted a sixth place finish in the long jump. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Isaac Meyer, Roberts, Trillo and Gehle finished in third place. The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Hanson, Theis, Leibel and Hunter Healey were the fourth place team.
Team members set 31 personal best marks at the meet: Bargen, discus, Ashlynn Brown, 200 meter dash, Payton Frahm, 1200 meter run, Freeman, long jump, Grabast, 400 meter run, Hayes, long jump and 100 meter dash, Brooke Jensen, 200 meter dash, Lacey Langer, 1200 meter run, Noelle McMeen, 400 meter dash, Meyer, discus and shot put, H. Miller , 300 meter hurdles, M. Miller, 100 meter hurdles, Schnakenberg, shot put, Tietjen, 800 meter run, Gehle, 400 meter dash, Hanson, discus, 100 and 200 meter dashes, Healey, 300 meter hurdles, Leibel and Roberts, 800 and 1200 meter runs, Theis, 1200 meter run, Trillo, discus and 100 meter dash, and girls and boys 4 x 400 meter relay teams.
The teams are at Republic County Junior High School, Belleville, today (Thursday) for their final regular season meet.

SHS hosts Superior Invite, girls second
The Superior Wildcats hosted the Superior Invitational at the Wildcat Community Track, Thursday. Five schools were hosted at the event, Hastings St. Cecilia, Sandy Creek, Thayer Central; Deshler and Red Cloud, with Hastings St. Cecilia taking top honors in the boys and girls sections.
The Superior girls were in second place with 127 points with only seven competitors compared to full field teams from some other schools.
Jaysa Hoins continued her outstanding season with four more first place finishes. She was tops in the long jump, 15'9.5", triple jump, with her combined distance of 35'6.5", the 100 meter dash with the time of 12.6 seconds and the 300 meter hurdles with her time of 47.98 seconds. Madison Blackstone continued her impressive freshman season with a first place finish in the high jump, clearing 5' and the 100 meter hurdles, with her time of 16.4 seconds. She finished third in the 100 meter dash at 13.4 seconds and was fifth in the 300 meter hurdles at 51.12 seconds. Leah Meyer added another fist place finish in the discus with her throw of 115'3". She placed third in the shot put with a heave of 32'2" and grabbed fifth place in the 400 meter dash with the time of 1:08.99.
Taylor Jensby secured two second place spots one in the long jump with her leap of 15'7" and one in the 200 meter dash with the time of 27.9 seconds. She earned third place points in the 400 meter dash with her time of 1:04.23. Kaycie Strobl was fourth in the pole vault at 7' and fourth in the 100 meter dash with the time of 13.4 seconds. Lexi Webber took the fourth spot in the discus with her throw of 90'1" and was sixth in the shot with her toss of 30'1". The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Strobl, Meyer, Webber and Jensby picked up third place points.
Ethan Roberts had his best jump of the season in the high jump, clearing the bar at 5'11. good for second place. Garrett Caldwell was third in the shot with his toss of 44'9" and earned sixth place in the discus with his throw of 127'3". Jared Dressman was fifth in the 100 meter hurdles with the time of 20.72 seconds and was sixth place finisher in the pole vault with a leap of 8'. Sloan Willett grabbed fifth place in the 200 meter dash with the time of 24.4 seconds. The 4 x 100 meter relay team of Roberts, Bryce Jurgensmier, Caldwell and Willett came away with fourth place points.
Personal bets marks were set by Caleb Isom in the shot put, Roberts in the high jump and Dressman in the 110 and 300 meter hurdles.
The Wildcats head to David City, Saturday, for the Southern Nebraska Conference meet being held at Centennial High School. The conference meet was originally slated to be held at Centennial High School at Utica. The throwing rings were not ready for competition use.

RHHS track meet canceled
The Rock Hills High School track team traveled to Osborne, Friday, for the Kaser Relays. Mother Nature had other ideas with threatening weather, including severe thunderstorms and lightning, leading to the decision to cancel the meet.
The team travels to Beloit, Friday, for the Beloit Relays.

Grizzlies compete at state powerlifting

 

 

 

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