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Thursday January 28, 2010 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A otoos ov Rock H#fs Yearbook Stall Rock Hills&apos; Joe Zadina shoots over a Lakeside opponent in the champion- ship game of the Pike Trail League tournament. The Grizzlies lost to Lakeside and finished as runners-up for the fourth consecutive year. Don't fo,set...Sunday, Feb. 14 ! I ............... is.Valentine s Day. We have a great gift selection, Mqn Professional Pharmacy 125 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3183 TREASURER'S ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT City of Mankato, Kansas. For the period from Jan. 1, 2009 Io December 31, 2009.: Getleral Funds Library Emifloyce Benefits Noxious Weeds Sp, Law Enf. & Fire E( Sp. St. Mt. & Roost. Bond & Int. Sp Highway Sp. Park & Reef. Water Electric Sewer Solid Waste Economic Dev. Block Grant Fund Airport Imp. Totals 1 Old balances { lasl iport ) 54, 1 I 3.83> 3,532.25 10,194,01 2,554.01 34,345.58 14,654.05 2 ,, Receipts 294,720.37 12,573.84 45,090.55 2,878.32 11268.57 181.49 3 Disbtnscmcnls (Warrants paid) 240,358.44 13,760.00 50,O92.48 537 25 3,000.00 142 309.64 133,297.94 40,415.00 19,121.10 20,177.96 1,053.63 236,422.02 696,171.88 45,034.21 32,707.73 36.088. )0 c72,106.28> ,65,174.17 37,529.12 2,665.34 225,388.91 65,747.78 26,363.13 227,120.97 703132.11 70A47.38 2,665.34 8,648.48 101 835,78 4 New Balances {1 plus 2 minus 3) 248.10 2,346.09 5 192,08 4,895,08 42,614.15 14,835.54 ' 235,19.58 12,935.93 1,053.63 <62,805.23> 58,213.94 12,115.95 249,448.16 2,837.55 2,837.55 500,887.03, 1,566,612.88 1,488,376.36 579,123.55 Other invested securities $2,857,341.84 Margaret Colson, Treasurer City t)/'Mankato, Kan. $48,000,000.00 " and counting ..... The Kansas Office of the State Bank Commissioner Division of Consumer and Mortgage I,ending has returned over $45.0(}0,000 to Kansans scammed by deceptive and illegal credi/practices, and provided nearly 83.000,000 in educational grams to heip teach Kan- sas kids that wise personal financial decisions will help them have a bright future. What do we do? It might be for your home. car. or something else. If you bmTow money or buy things on credit, we oversee all types of consumer debt and mortgage lending activities in Kansas. Why? Our mission is to protect Kansas consumers and ensure responsible companies and lenders operate here. If you have questions or concerns about a m{mgage or COIlSI.IITI{Br loan. a lender or broker, payday Man. debt relief program, or any consurner financial issue call us toll free: 1-87%387-8523, or visit us at www.osbckansas.org photos by Rock Hills Yearbook Staff Rock Hills' Jarrett Christie drives to the basket as Joe Zadina and Brice Ost look on in the Grizzlies' loss to Lakeside in the championship game of the PTL tourney, played at CCCC in Concordia. Rock Hills boys sec,o,rLd at PTL tourney For the fourth consecutive year the Rock Hills boys finished second at the Pike Trail League (PTD basketball tournament held in Concordia. The previous three years have'seen the St. John's Beloit Blujays get the best of the Grizzlies in the finals, but this year Rock Hills managed to get by St. John's in the semifinals, only to have the Lakeside Knights get the best of them 39-37 in the championship game. The Grizzlies trailed by one after one quarter and struggled in the second quarter, only managing two points late in the quarter. "That dry spell really took its toll on us." said Rock Hills head coa{h Matt Hestme. We struggled to get m to any resemblance of an offense during that second quarter. That was the time of the game where Lakeside really outplayed us." Lakeside took a 23-14 advantage to the locker room at the hall', but Rock Hills came out and found some life to outscore them 10-8 in the third period and get to within seven points at 31-24. The game went down to the final possession as the Grizzlies whittled away at the lead and had the ball. down by only two with l(/sec- onds left. Riley Konen got offa decent shot from the foul line but missed. and Brice Ost attempted a stickback and was fouled with less than a second showing on the clock. Lakeside "iced" Ost with a time-oul and it paid off as Ost missed his first attempt, then missed his second on purpose. The Grizzlies could not get the putback and the final score remained at 39-37 in favor of Lakeside. Ost was the leading scorer for Rock Hills with 15 points, Travis Boyles finished with 12 points and nine re- bounds. Riley Konen had six points, and Joe Zadina had four points to go with seven rebounds: Lakesfde had no one in double fig- ures, but were led by Conner Shoemaker's nme points and sopho- more'Miles Thomas with eight. Lakeside got 19points from theirbench with seven players scoring. Rock Hills hit 14 of 39 shots 136 percent) while Lakeside knocked down 12 of 30 f40 percent t including three treys. It was the free-throw line that got the Knights over the hump for their first ever PTL crown as they hil 12 of 21 compared to nine of 18 for the Grizzlies. Rock Hills had a 32-19 re- bounding advantage but only put back three of 14 offensive boards. Rock Hills had 13 turnovers seveu m the second quarter) compared to only nine for Lakeside. The loss puts the Rock Hills boys record at 7-4. and this Friday will he a rematch at Lakeside when the Griz- zlies participate in a "breast cancer awareness pink-out" mght in Downs. All fans are encouraged to wear pink at the games which begin at 3:45 p.m. with lhe JVs, The Grizzlies earned their shot at the crown with a 39-37 come-from- beh.ind win over St. John's Beloit. Riley Konen hit the game-winning basket with less than five seconds on the clock. It was only the second time Rock Hills had led in the game The Grizzlies had a 9-6 lead on a Konen trey at the midpoint of the first quarter, but the Blujays quickly answered that trey with a 7-0 run to go up 13-9 at the first quarter break. Rock Hills would find themselves down 22-14 at the half and still down 35-27 m the end of three quarters. Rock Hills trailed at one time 41-28 in the third period. The Grizzlies found their inside game just in time. and the Bluay of- fense vfent stale in the fourth quarter. Fueled by two Joe Zadina stickbacks and another Konen trey the Grizzlies got the game tied at 37 with a minute and a half to play. St. John's held the ball for more than a minute and elected to try to win it on a Grant Deneke shot with about 24 seconds left. The shot was long. The Grizzlies rebounded and called time-out with about 18 sec- onds remaining. This set up Konen's heroics as he received a kick-out pass fi'om Travis Boyles and hit the shot from the top of the key as the clock ticked down. Three Grizzlies scored in double figures. Brice Ost. Boyles and Konen each finished with 11 points. Zadina had four pomts and Matthew Broeckehnan two. Ost and sophomore Blake Walter led in rebounding with seven rebounds. Boyles dished out a team high three assists, The game was very even statisti- cally as Rock Hills hit 16 or 39 field goals for41 percent and St John's hit 16 of 41 shots for 39 percent. Rock Hills won the rebounding battle 32-20 but had 17 turnovers to onlv 13 for the Blujays. The free throw line proved to be the scoring difference in the game. The Grizzlies. hit four of nine (44 per- cent) and the Blujays onl 3 two of seven (29 percent). Youth for Mtlsic concert Sunday More than 300 high school students from 22 Kansas high schools will re- hearse and performSaturday and Sun- day as part of the 40 Lh animal Youth for Music event. This event is cospon- sored by Cloud County Community College and Tom's Music House, Concordia. A public concert will be presented at 2 p.m., Sunday at the Brown Grand Theatre. Concordia. Choir clinicians wit] be Everett Miller Concordia. Arlene Ediger, Beloit High School, and Layton Nance. Cheney High School. Patrick Sieben. Concordia. Bill Schick. Phillipsburg High School. and Kenny Johnston. Tom's Music House. will work with the band. Accompanist for the grades 9 and 10 choir will be Jenna Carver, Soutbern Cloud High School. Marcie Harlzell, Concordia. will accompany the I [ and 12 choir. The three groups will rehearse fl'om 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The YoUth for Music Band will rehearse at the Brown Grand Theatre. The Youth for Music Choir will rehearse in Cook Theatre and lhe Music Room at Cloud County Community College's Concordia campus. The public is also invited to attend the rehearsals at no charge. Students participating attend the Beloit. Beunington. Cheuey, Clifton- Clyde. Concordia. Ell-Saline (BrookvilleL Fairbury, Frankfort. Hoisington, Logan, Lucas-Luray, Min- neapolis. Phillipsburg, Pike Valley, Plainville. Pretty Prairie. Quivira Heights (Bushton }. Republic County, Rock Hills. Southern Cloud Glasco= Miltonvale }. Washington County and Wilson. PTL tournament results posted Following are the results of the Pike Trail League tournament games played last week. Thursday - Boys: Flint Hills 29. St. John's 48: Pike Valley 61. Southern Cloud 45. Girls: Flint Hills 15. South- ern Cloud 34: Lakeside 26. Pike Val- ley 41 Friday - Bos: Southern Cloud 31. Lakeside 49: St. John's 37. Rock Hills 39. Girls: Pike Valley 27. St. John's 36: Southern Ckmd 25. Rock Hills 42. Saturday - Boys: Flint Hills 33. Southern Cloud 60: 3rd place. St. John's 56, Pike Valley 38; championship Rock Hills 37, Lakeside 39. Girls: Flint Hills 13. Lakeside 55: 3rd place. Pike Val- ley 51. Southern Cloud 22: champion- ship Rock Hills 37 St. JOhn's 49. The righteous care at)out justice for the poor. but the wicked have no such concern Lad -Grizzlies second Y6 ,' ' at PTL tournament In the Pike Trail League (PTL) tour- nament lield at Cloud County Comm u- nity College last week. the Rock Hills High School girls basketball team fin- ished in second place. In the game Jan. 22. the Lady Griz- zlies defeated Southern Cloud 42-25. Score by quarters: Rock Hills 7. South- ern Cloud 7; 20-11: 34-19: 42-25. Stats: Hillary Calllaway 5 points. 2 rebounds. 3 steals: Regan Jeffery 2 points, 4 rebounds. 2 steals: Amanda Fleming 8 points, 5 rebounds. 1 steal: Maddie Warne 2 points. 1 rebound. 1 steal; All Wilson 8 points. 8 rebounds, 4 steals: Kayla Sholtz 2 points, 1 rebound. 6 steals: Shelby Smith 1 point. 2 re- bounds: Danca Bohnert 4 points, 2 rebounds. I blocked shot: Bethany Jeffery 10 points. 8 rebounds. I steal, In the game Jan. 23 the Lady Griz- zlies were defeated by St. John's Beloit 49-37. Score by quarters: Rock Hills 6. St. John's 14: 19-25: 27-36: 37-49. Stats: Hillary Callaway 2 points, 2 rebounds. 2 steals: Regan Jeffery 1 steal: Amanda Fleming 3 points. 4 rebounds, 2 steals: Haleigh Shadduck 2 points: All Wilson 4 points, 3 re- bounds: Kayla Sholtz 6 points. 1 re- bound: Shelby Smith I rebound: Darica Bohnert 6 points. 4 rebounds: Bethany Jeffery 14 points. 9 rebounds, 1 blocked shot. 1 steal. Your News is Important We'd like to include vour news in the Jewell Count/News and Record. Items maybe subffdtted in any of these ways. Mail to P. O. Box 305, Mankato KS66956; deliver to office at 111 East Main; e-mail to jcr@nckcn.com; fax to 785-3783782; or call 785-378-3191. Early Childhood Screening The staff of the KIDS FIRST Program will be conducting a free screening for children birth to 5 years of age living in Jewell. Mitchell, Lincoln counties & parts of Osborne county that are in the Waconda School District. The screening will be. conducted in Cawker City during the morning of Friday, February 5, 2010. If your chiM is experiencing difficulty in the developmental areas of hearing and vision, communication, gross and fine motor, self- help, social-emotional, and cognitive skills please call to sched- ule an apDointment. Parents having any questions concerning their child ages birth through 5 may call the Beloit Special Education Coopera- tive TOLL FREE NUMBER 1-888-738-5275 before noon on Wednesday February 3, 2010 to make an appointment for your child. Approximately 30 minutes will be required o complete me screening. The screening will be held at the USD 272 Board Office located at 708 Locust in Cawker City, Kansas. photos oy Rock Hil s Yearbook Stall Bethany Jeffery goes up for the shot against the Southern Cloud Warriors on Friday night, the Lady Grizzles won 42-25 to advance to the championship game Saturday. i'-TURER'S COUPON [ (' EXPIRES2/!/10 "l //?/Ul'ff/--/ I i ,ie_ '";;; '/i :Fuglrl:7;:k warrarlty tie I F , . ,/11 P00l 1-877-497-4427 00lll | Ill- -I  Call Now St pplies Limited FOKE COTr COMMUNITY COLLG TgJJCK DKIVING SCHOOL Low CO5T CLA A CDL TRAI},qlbJC. ACCIREDITCD 6-W'{{K PIROGg, XM. K,4G,XL 8, LODGING /XV,,XIL,X, BL{. 2 LOC*TION. 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