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RECOR ~I~JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 23, 2003 White Rock girls beat SC, boys lose The White Rock girls beat the South- em Cloud Warriors 51-43 Jan 14 at Glasco but the boys fell to the Warriors 37-31. In the girls' game, no individual results were available. In the boys' game, Caleb Frasier led White Rock in scoff ng with 9 points. Justin Hajny followed with 6 points and Monte Manning was good for 5 points. Brant Beam contributed 4 points and Jim Garman added 3 points. Stuart Boyles and Josh Bird scored 2 points each. Torey Hamel led Southern Cloud scoring with 10 points. Nathan Brummet and Shawn McKain were each good for 8 points. Scott Higle added 7 points and Cyr had 4. of her 12i orts arand tive t new Speaker udget ais week, the sessiC WR boys beat St. " John's, girls lose The White Rock Eagles beat the St John's Blujays 50-37 Friday night at Esbon but the Lady Eagles suffered a 53-41 defeat from the Lady Jays. Caleb Frasier led White Rock with 16 points followed by Justin Hajny with 10. Brant Beam contributed 8 points. Stuart Boyles and Monte Man- ning each added 6 points. Josh Bird scored 4 points. Ryan Emerson paced the Blujays with 16 points. Kerry Tiernan followed with 12 points. Kendall Pacey contrib- uted 5 points. Matthew Sahlfeld added 2 points. Kyle Emerson andBiake netting each hit a free throw. In the White Rock girls' loss, Sherre Kriley and Robya Konen led the Lady Eagles with il points each. Lauren Jeffery followed with 5 points. Meggie Michels, Erin Garman and Angela Garman contributed 4 points each. ' Malanie Kriley added 2 points. S. Niewald led the Lady Jays with 16 points. H. Niewald followed with 9 points. Fisher contributed 8 points. Schwerman and Ludwig each added 6 points. Brown, Fuller, Emerson and Gengler scored 2 points each. Majorityl :shoring In [ Rock's Josh Bird (20) soars !of his points in the Eagles' 50-37 )ry over the St. John's Blujays at Esbon. ,riding Valley boys, beat Jewell ivered The Pike Valley girls defeated the re this I1 Lady Wildcats 53-25 Friday at Courtland and the Pike Valley "ruised past the Jewell Wildcats en the two )t intend girls' game, Amy Waterman y Wildcats with 14 points. Wilson contributed 4 points Bohnert added 3 points. Lienberger and Lisa 2 points each. it Coons and Selena SlirLker Valley scoring effort with In other' each. Shea Larson followed ' 7 points. Amber Coons contrib- 4 points. Natasha Piersee, Jennie and Jamie Barrett added 2 IDmts each - .. vith me th~ In the ~" ..... " " " "o|, ooys' game, Jesse wmmms a again t '[d'JeweU in scoring with 8 points. Joel and Mike Wanklyn |hi- s funding with 5 points each. Patrick ibuted 4 points. Richard and Caleb Ramsey added 3 !Social each. Mark Peters and Jerry tts each scored 2 points. a will be Valley had 14 ptayers in the like ours. ,ng column. Nathan Lindberg led )w much th 20 points. Wes Clark :ut nd Smith 14 poi nts. Curtis House- was in double figures with 10 ose Brock Hanel and Mahin each tXCS tO 8 points. Jeff Nutsch and Stewart added 6points each. process, s Bianding scored 5 points and Heltne 4. Michael Loring, dget. It 1 Russell and Nick Krause were r each. Thayne Clark I were good for 2 points Lawrence-Nelson's 6' 1" Sam Brockman (2) puts the ball up against Lawrence-Nelson's 6' 1" Sam Mankato's6'6"JasonStewartfor2of Bmckman(2)get2mompointsonan his 16 points in the Raiders' 57-53 easy layin against the Mankato Cou- victory over the Mankato Cougars at gars Friday night at Mankato. Mankato Friday night L-N Raiders invade Cougar Country; win The Lawrence-Nelson Lady Raid- ers cruised past the Mankato girls 70- 24 Friday night at Mankato. The Lawrence-Nelson boys had a tougher time butstill handed the Mankato Cou- gars a 57-53 defeat. Lady, Raiders vs. Lady Cougars In the 46-point rout over Mankato, Stacy.Svoboda paced the Lady Raid- ere with 24 points. Renee Faimon fol- lowed wi~ 12 ~)~ts and Kim Faimon was right behind with 11 points. AmandaWatson was go6~1 for 9 points while Jennifer Stemper had 5 points. Jenny Menke contributed 4 points, Jamie Gebers 3 and Tara Hofstetter 2. Kim Faimon had 7 steals against the Lady Cougars and Svoboda had 5. Mankato had only three players in the scoring column. Nicole Jeffery and White Rock's Meggie Michels (15) recewes a pass from Robyn Konen (14). Michels scored 4 points and Konen had 11 but the Lady Eagles still went down to defeat at the hands of the St. John's Lady Blujays by a.score of 53.41. tint . :lip cottot? and "pail ark constS aolder arkers f~ ,ourchil& "arton. TI Poke om of ea~ Or marki ~m "The Lys willi~ s expen~ or a gooff, may are. nmllan~mmw tL ,ABI.I )f Finan Beth Gillett each scored 9 points for T __ [| the.Lady Cougars. JennaLee Harris ruG~_l~q[~ | followed with 6points. ,1way [| Raiders vs. Cougars ltupe It looked like the Raiders were go- Hm' Publishing Co. . ~---~-._._._._._.4~402-.79.3--~ [I mg t rut the Mankat bYsas ~ --- '1 Lawrence-Nelson was up 18-7 atthe O.ougar Taloa: Meet the people who make Manksto Schools Special Garret Imler is a senior at MHS and the son of Dan and Monte Imler. His hobbies include outdoor stuff - hunting, archery. School activities are FFA. He plans to go on to a four year school after graduation. The highlight for Garret while attending MHS tls getting out of MHS. As for advantages, and disadvantages of wm arrets s, You know most of the " g in a small community O _ ay People in the community and there are not any activities." ~' 'Tyler Dunstan 'is a. senior at;MHS and the son of Stevgand i"Loreita Dunstan. His hobbiesinclude playing guitar, listening to music, ana watt, hin, TV School activities include: quiz bowl, all scho-" ........... b --. forenstcs A highlight for Tyler was ,,_ el play Stuco, NHS, " '. " ministratiO JUnior ye~ American History Class, me and four other guy~/ in h0sl~ with Mr. Becker. That was the best class ever." Tyler says ;upervi~ aOvantages of a' small community expansive fountry road ] system,', disadvantages "small mindeaness". "'People hating things that they don't even understand." ~ ,i; end of the first quarter. The Cougars had taken up some of the slack by the half and were down 28-22. After three periods of play, it was a close gameas the scored was 39-37, Lawrence- Nelson. It was close all the way through the fourth quarter. The Raiders were cool at the free throw line and hit 8 of 10 attempts to ice the win. Sam Brockman led the Raiders with 16 points. Andrew Pohlmeier followed with 13. Peter Spirk and Dustin Cassell each contributed 8 points. John Reed and Philip Schroer added 6 points each. Mankato had three players in double figures. Ross Jeffery paced the Cou- gars with 18 points. AarOrrZadina fol- lowed with 12 points. Trevor Elkins was ~ double' figures with .i 0 points. Lawrence-Nelson's 5' 5" Tara Hofstetter was good for 2 points in the Lady Raiders' 70-24 victory over the Mankato Lady Cougars Friday night at Mankato. Sara Christie (25), Nicole Jeffery and Beth Gillett (32) position themselves for the rebound. Mankato JV defeats Tipton Cards 69-42 TheMankato Cougar junior varsity defeated the Tipton Cardinals 69-42 Jan. 14 at Tipton, Sthart Jensen ledMankato scoring with 9 points. Trentma Webb and Jason Flavin followed with 6 points each. Perry Colson and Victor Urbaniak con- tributed 4 points each. Nick Newell added 3 points. Daniel Badger, Tanner Dauner and Jon Bingesser each scored 2 points, Cortney Alexander contributed 5 Corpstein led thffTipton Cardinals [:mints: Chase Warne and Jason Stewart with 6 points. Hake,Wessley, Brummer each added4 points, and May followed with 4 points each. , Murrow was good for 3 points. r NOTICE " The annual meeting of the Jewell nty Resource Couiacii will be hel !i; Tuesday, Jan. 28 10:30 a.m. Jewell County Courthou tag ~ Meeti room ~ LEWIS & CLARK Sun-Mon: ! lam & 2pro Isn't it funny how little value other pebple put on your time? ![ W.'r'n. 11 Business Cards Superior Publishing Co. 402-879-3292 Results in from early PTL tourney games White Rock girls win, boys lose The White Rock girls defeated the North Central Cougars 45-29 in the first round of the Pike Trail League Tournament a.t Cloud County Com- munity College, Concordia, Monday evening but the White Rock boys were handed a 62-35 defeat by the Pike Valley Panthers. White Rock girls Sheree Kriley led the White Rock Lady Eagles with 16 points. Erin Garman followed with 13 points: Robyn Konen was in double figures with 10 points. Meggie Michels con- tributed 4 points and Lauren Jeffery was good for 2. Deidre Frager paced the North Cen- tral girls with 15 points. Becky Novak and Kelsey Fragereach scored 4 points. Melissa Rose was good for 3 points and Lindsay Gallion 2 White Rock boys In White Rock's 62-35 defeat to Pike Valley, Caleb Frasier led White Rock scoring with 14 points. Stuart Boyles and Jim Garman followed with 5 points each. Justin Hajny was good for 4 points and Cole Modlin had 3. Josh Bird and Ben Krause added 2 points each. Wes Clark, Caleb Mahin and Nathan Lindberg were all in double figures with 15, 13 and 10 points respectively. Jeff Nutsch scored 5 points, Austin Heltne 5, Keith Blanding 4 and Brock Hanel 3. Nick Kraus, Thaynne Clark and Curtis Housholder each contrib- uted 2 points. Mankato Cougars 67, ~ St. John's Blujays 56 The Mankato Cougars advanced'~ from the first round of the Pike Trail ~ League Tournament Monday night at Cloud County by defeating the St. John's Blujays 6%56. Jason Stewart led the Cougars with ~: 22 points. Ross Jeffery followed with 17. Trevor Elkins and Aaron Zadinall each contributed 8 points. Stuart Jensen added 6 points..Cortney Alexander,; Chase Warne and Greg Zadina were~ each good for 2 points. Ryan Emerson led the Blujay scor- ing effort with 23 points Kendall Pacey followed with 11 points. KerryTiernan was good for 9 points and Mitchelli Sahlfeld scored 7 points. D.J. Stoverl added 4 points and Matthew Palen had~ 2. Pike Valley Lady Panthers 60, St. John's Lady Blujays 51 The Pike Valley girls advanced to: the semi-finals of the PTL Tourney by~ beating the St. John's Lady Jays 60-51 at Cloud County Monday night. Terell Coons led the Lady Panthers with 23 points. Jennie Carlgren fol- lowed with 18. Amber Coons and Salena Slinker each contributed % points. Tara Slinker was good for 4o points and Jamie Barrett hit a free throw. Christine Fischer and Samanthar Niewald led the Lady Jays with 22 points and 13 points respectively: Hilary Niewald foUowed with 8 points, Audrey Fuller contributed 5 points Joelle Emerson added 3 points. . Jewell teams play for tourney bracket spot Patrick Faulkner, Richartl Shamburg and Caleb Ramsey each added 2 points~ Mike Wanklyn hit a free throw. North Central had five players id double figures. Mike Koss paced Nortll Central scoring with 18 points. D~ Emery was fight behind with 17 pointsl J. Zenger contribute~ 12 points. Brodie Grove and Vexa Eme!y added 11 pointi each. Dusty Zenger scored 5 points'; Aaron Tiemeyer 2 and Durst 1. The Jewell girls defeated Southern Cloud 41-27 Saturday at Jewell in the feather bracket of the Pike Trail League Tournament. The Jewel l boys failed to. get into the bracket as they fell to North Central 77-'37. Jewell Lady Wildcats vs. Southern Cloud In the 41-27 win over Southern Cloud in the feather bracket, the Jeweii girls qualified to play Hillcrest in the quarter-final round of the PTL Tour- nament held at Cloud County Commu- nity College, Concordia. In the win over Southern Cloud, Shannon Snell led the Jewell Lady Wildcats with 12 points. Amy Waterman was in double figures with 10 points. Lisa Schwerman and Tracy Bohnert each contributed 6 points. Ashley Lienberger added 5 points. Emily Burgess and Sarah Birdsell each hit a free throw. Kayai Darnall paced the Southern Cloud girls with 15 points. Danielle Cote hit 6 points. Andrea Wisbey scored 4 points and Maggie Schmidt 2. Jewell Wildcats vs. Southern Cloud Warriors North Central earned the question- able honor of facing the number 1 seeded Hillcrest Mustangs in the open- ing round of the PTL Tourney by smacking the Jewell Wildcats 77-37 in the feather bracket of the PTLTourney Saturday at Jewell. Joel Kemmerer and Jesse Williams led Wildcat scoring with 12 points and I I points respectively. Mark Peters scored 4 points and Jonah Stafford 3. Pike Trail .League Tourney underway The Pike Trail League Tournament is underway at Cloud County Commu- nity College, Concordia. The quarter-final rounds for the boys and girls were held Monday and Tues- day. The semi-final round for the girls is today (Thursday) and for the boys Fri- day. The championships will be held on Saturday. The time for the girls' cham- pionship is 6 p.m. and for the time for the boys' championship is 7:30 p.m. Short on storage since the Holidays ? Need a place to store those garage sale items? For all your storage needs call A&B Storage Un/ts from 5xlO to lOx30 ava)lable A&B STORAGE 204 W, Pearl (Just off Highway 14) Jewell, Kan, Call 785-428-3644 Daytime or 785-428-3557 Evenings City of Jewell, Kansas Treasure's Annual Financial Statement For the period from January 1, 2002 to December 31, 2002 Beginning Balance Disbursements Ending Balance $ 182,969.62 $ 217,903.94 $ 6,930.95 $ $ 14,277.17'$ 15,855.'72 $ 76491,01i5 ra,ael.aa $ 2,528.63 S 9,241:92 $ 21,50700 $ 1,015.93 $ 15,684,00 $ 2,995.57i $ 13,443.19 $ 4,31481= $ . $ . $ $ 509,913.29 $ 834,603~06 Receipts $150,959.17 $ ' 6,930.95 $ 10,251.95 $ 249,914.39 $ $. 19,880.94 $ 5a,728.02 $ 93,124.87 $ 6,135.76 $ 5,634.79 $ 91919 $ 21,60374 $ 2,419.88 $ 16,259.69 $ 335,831.57 Funds General rLibrary Employee Benefits Water Sewer Solid Waste Trash [ Spec. City Hwy. Spec, Park & Ree. Ula Maag Fund [_Totals $ 3,697.59 $ 14,060.41 $ - $ $ - $ 509,913.29 $3~,1,695.77 $ 828,738.86 I do hereby certify that the above statement is correct Patricia L. Willmeth,City Treasurer Mankato JH loses to CCJH in finals The Mankato Junior High Cougars B-team lost to Clifton-Clyde Junior High B-team in the championshipgame at Glasco Saturday 31-19. According to Mankato basketball coach Dale True the Cougars played hard but could not overcome a poor shooting game. The Cougars shot 6 for 39 from the field for 15.4 percent. Scoring for the Cougars were Mitch Martin with 7 points and Keith Pierce with 3 points. Nell Bonjour, Aaron Meiby, Neal Jeffery and Josh Sudermann each added 2 points and Steven Walker rounded out the scor- ing with 1 point. Martin and Melby led the Cougars in rebounding with 6 each followed by Pierce with 5 boards. Bonjour and Shaun Davis led the team in steals with 2 each. I Farmway Credit Union Mankato Jan. 26 through Feb. 1 WHITE ROCK Monday, Jan 27: Middle School Basketball vs Northern Valley (Almena) at Esbon. 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30." Middle School Basketball vs Pike Valley at Esbon. 4:30 p.m, Friday, Jan 3 I: High School Basketball at North Central (Morrowville) 6:30 p.m. MANKATO Tuesday, Jan. 28: High School Basketball at Logan~ Thursday, Jan. 30: Junior High Basketball at Jewell, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31 : High School Basketball at Mankato vs Waconda East. Saturday, Feb. I: High School JV Basketball Tournament at Mankato. JEWELL Tuesday, Jan. 28: High School Basketball at Jewell vs Tipton. Thursday, Jan. 30: Junior High Basketball at Jewell vs Mankato, 4.'30 JV. Friday, Jan. 31 : Jan. 31: High School Basketball at Jewell vs Hillerest Stop by and let us help you with: Visa Cash Advances. Safe Deposit Boxes, Money Orders, Official Checks, American Express Travel Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insurance. 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