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For The Superior Express and Jewell County Record

Aug. 21, 2014

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Tipton Oaks golf tournament held
The 2014 Tipton Oaks two-woman scramble was held Sunday, comprised of 38 golfers from Beloit, Burr Oak, Cawker City, Downs, Glen Elder, Hunter, Lincoln, Salina and Tipton.
The teams of Jean Converse and Vickie Jewell, Kathy Jo Smith and Kelly Shearer, all of Lincoln, tied for first place in the championship flight with a score of 66. They opted not to have a playoff for the title. Helen Grotz and Sherry Tiernan, Beloit, shot a 67 to place second.
Two Tipton teams scored a 70 to tie for first in the first flight. They were Janet Eck and Reta Schroeder, Marguerite Becker and Barbara Corpstein. Ginger Robinson and Colleen Sahlfeld, Beloit, were second with a 74.
Nicky Flinn and Kathy Schwerdtfager, Lincoln, had a 77 to win the second flight. Three teams shot a 78 to place second. They were Michelle Brummet, Cawker City, and Paula Nelson, Downs; Michelle Ellenz and Mary Ann Krier, Tipton; Lea Anna Bell, Hunter, and Angie Ahlvers, Tipton.
Special prizes: No. 1 closest to pin on second shot, Rayna Ebert, Salina; No. 4 closest to the stake on tee shot Judy Ost, Burr Oak; No. 5 longest putt Kathy Schwerdtfager; No. 6 longest drive Brooke Brummer, Tipton; No. 8 longest putt Kathy Jo Smith; No. 9 closest to the pin on tee shot Denise Schoen, Cawker City.

Superior body shop announces award, scholarship program
Superior Paint and Body will award a "Collision of the Year" scholarship beginning with the upcoming high school football season. Since 2005, the business has selected a "Collision of the Game" at the conclusion of each varsity game. The purpose of the weekly designation has always been to recognize solid fundamental football and "superior" sportsmanship.
The "Collision of the Year" will acknowledge one Superior Wildcat football player for the key tackle or block of the 2014 season (not necessarily the hardest hit). It will also recognize scholarship, on- and off-the-field leadership and dedication to weight training and conditioning.
The scholarship offer is open to all high schoool varsity players. The winner will be selected from each of the "Collision of the Week" recipients, which are announced on KRFS Radio following every regular and post season game. All eligibility requirements listed in the Superior High School athletic handbook must also be maintained. To remain in consideration, a player must not receive more than a total of two personal foul or unsportsman-like conduct penalties during the year. A predetermined combination of players, coaches and community members will vote to determine the winner at the season's completion.
A plaque and scholarship in the amount of $200 will be given at the SHS athletic banquet in May. The award will also be listed as part of the student's overall scholarship package at graduation. Should an underclassman be chosen, the scholarship money will remain at the SHS guidance office until the player's senior year and post-graduation plans have been determined.

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