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RECORD ~ JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, January 30, 2003 ougar boys take ____Jnd in PTL tourney 'h public Co~ e Mankato Cougars. seeded ~tie JoyceB~h with a 6-3 record, played in the a 1990 cl~mpionship game Saturday night at nake a left~d County Community'College, an, St. Cha~cordia, but fell to Pike Valley 76- erupted to wers vehic[ Mankato vs. St. John's :an and Bas~i'he Mankato Cougars defeated tile a passengd~ohn's Blujays 67-56 Jan. 20 in the a/ere all tr~er-final round of the IrI'L Tour- y Hospital.~ent. ately 2:15 wason Stewart led tile Cougars with kate, drivi~oints. Ross Jeffery followed with tJewellCoqTrevor Elkins and Aaron Zadina ,rth from H~ contributed 8 points. Stuart Jonson avestigate~d 6 points. Cortney Alexander, hen $500. tse Warne and Greg Zadina were ately 9 a.rn~ good for 2 points. 160 7.7~IR, yen Emerson led the Blujay scot 5, Betty J. t~ffort with 23 points. Kendall Pacer 93 Honda,~a~'ed with I1 points. Kern"l'iernai, oao Dalro good 1or t [. " 9 points and'Mitchell zer. Dam~feld scored 7 points. D.J. Stayer ~jects dam!ed 4 pc nts and Matthew Palen lvld owned by.t ' " ' ts taken by,LMankato vs. North Central i County Rghe North Central Cougars, seeded i defeated Jewell in the feather ~'ket 77-37 to earn thei r way into the rnament bracket. The Cougars then eeeded to take down Hillcrest, the Jlber I seed in the tournament, 57- d ~tln the quarter finals urray t'~Jt - " ,'. ..... ' ~., P took two overtimes to do it but 11 wrlgm ~.. ". , __~.~..,;~vlankato Cougars knocked off i a ptt~uuC,'~ki . " g - eater. ~dler North (~cntral 76-67 in the ,,,.Jr-final round at PTI Tournc ic fir ana IVllt~ . "y L "- ..... rat Cloud County t:rida ' ni ,hi 9rnsatmer'r,.I . , 3 g astin~s I~,~e Mankalo Cotmars had four zrv. ~ ' ,),firsin double figures against North Jtral murray ~lki t" visitinof" ns led the way for Mankato : =~ 19 pointsl Stewar] followed with .... dtnd Aaron Zadina was ri ht behind :u ~oumyn. 1- g -m a,,,~P 1 Jefferv ~as .e.ood for 12 %1 btlnu~ty eL.a _ & '_o..,. b:_,~i nder contributed 8 points and :ve~'~'y ,;er#ekeadded 2. ~ " Koss and Derrick Emery led girls 8th at Tournament Southern Cloud Jewell Lady Wildcats played way into the'PTL Tournament by defeating Southern Cloud the feather bracket Jan. 18 at the win over Southern Cloud, Snell led the Jewell Lady with 12 points. Amy was in double figures with Schwerman and Tracy len each contributed 6 points. Lienberger added 5 points. dsell each roe throw. Darnall paced the Southern girls with 15 points, l)anielle 6 Andrea Wishey. d Maggie Schmidt 2. Jewell vs. tlillcrest tL.~~u e .Jewell Lady Wildcats fell to tuber-one seeded Hillcrest Lady n_gs 79-38 in the quarter-final 2'n o/the PTL Tournament at Cloud ARI ~ ty Community College r'= i~ ii .-laCor.,. _ _ , ma Jan. 21 Wildcatsin FJnanci~Vaterrnan led the Lady '~ng with 13 points. Schwerman ~.Wed with 8 points [ ienbcrger was listration~s for 6 points and Snell fi,r 5. h,,,.,,.,H.~:el.1, Laura Butts and Kris Bolte UU~laW']',.added 2 points. raervis0l]mllcrest had five nlavcrs in double I'-' ~res. Laura Trecel~ led the way for ~aLl~dY Mustangs with 15 points. [u. olman followed with 13 points. ~m Valek contributed 12 points. [_Stjna Bunch and Holly Harris each ~c111 points. Ashley Junker scored 137 ~lt~ts_" Brandy Valek was good for 4 ital ~, s, l'abayia Kopsa 3 and Michelle 956 ~inger 2. "~.-t Jeweli vs. Mankatn he Jewell Lady Wildcats dropped !hird game of the PTi, tourna- ~rt Mankato by a score of 44-40 ~, uay at Concordia. ~hannon Snell led Jewell in scoring ~l~~[]~i:~bl3 points followed by Ashley ~lrierger with 10. Lisa Schwerman , oUted 9 points Amy Waterman ~t {5 points. Sarah Birdsell scored 2 ~ and Emily Burgess hit a free 30JV ~li~ P~V~dthe Lady Cugars with ~: t .. - son was in double fig- .4.~oV~th ~0pints. Ti ffany Jensenand :awker u~dt _ [ery each contributed 6 .... t~ s. Harris added 5 oints aT lvla~ m ~Af" P " ,~. ~r tournament play the Jewell ~Y ildcatsare 3 10 at Man~ !!ewell will host tim FIillcrcst Mus- ,~s Friday night at Jewell. VE'S ~ ~ at ManKiJ'~'~ GUN SHOP ~1~ vs Man Kansas~ nt Finals ~ B(ly ..- Sell -- Trade Open by appointment or chance 785-428-3337 E-mail us at }@nokcn.com North Central in scoring with 17 points each. Brady Grove fi)llowed with 13 points and Dustin Zenger was good for 10 points. Jordan Zcnger contributed 8 pt,ints and Vexa Emery added 2 points. Mankato vs. Pike Valley The Mankato Cougars went down to an 8-point de/cat in the champion- ship game of the PTL Tourney Satur- day night by losing to Pike Valley 76- 68. Mankato had only lbur players in the scoring column but all were in double figures. Aaron Zadina had abig night for Mankato with 25 points Stewart lollowed with 17 points and Jcffery was right behind him with 16. Alexander was in double figures with 10. Nalhan Lindberg whose scoring average is more than 30 points per game led the Pike Valley Panthers in scoring with 34 points. Wes Clark was in double tigures with 13 points. Brock Hanel contributed 8 points, Keith Blending 7 and Jeff Nutsch 6. Austin Hehne and Caleb Mahin were good for 4 points each. A fter tournament play, Mankato has an 8-4 record. The Mankato Cougars host the Waconda East Vikings Friday night. Pike Valley hosts Scholars Bowl Pike Valley High School hosted the Pike Trail League Scholars Bowl Tour- nameut Jan. 22. Nineteen teams from the 10 Pike Trail League schools com- peted in round robin pool play. Teams entering quarter finals included Waconda East I, North Central II, Pike Valley I, Miltonvale II, North Central I, Pike Valley II, Mankato I, and Waconda East II. North Central High School came away with the league first place finish, followed by Pike Valley High School, secor~d, Waconda East third and Mankato, fourth. Students competing from Mankato High School included: Angle Jensen, Tyler Dunstan, Jenna Bleecker, Reba Liggett, Elizabeth Wilson on Mankato 1. The Mankato II team was com- posed of Brandy Burkhart,' Casey Newelt, Moriah Wagner, Kyle Lawrence, Royce Morrell. They fin- ished tied for fourth' in pool play and did not make finals. Next meet is Regionals Feb. 6 at l,ucas-Luray. days a week!!! ml Fsb. $1mi l! II Tans for s25 & Linda Payne During the winter of 2002-2003, the United States will commemorate the 225th anniversary of George Washin2ton's troop encampment at Valley l~Org6: ...... .......... Caring for the Continental Army's sick and wounded was a critical issue during the American Revolutionary War, particularly during the winter of 1777-1778 when the army camped at Valley Forge. Smallpox was a distinct problem as was typhoid lever, Many of the soldiers' aihnents could be traced to lack of warn} clothing. The book Valley Forge, by Jason Cooper, at- tributes the tallowing words to George Washington in late December 1777, "We have---no less than 2,873 men--- unfit for duty because they are bare- footed and otherwise naked." Pike Trail League Tournament Results Boys Seeding 1st, Hillcrest 10-0; 2nd, Southern Cloud 9-0; 3rd, Pike Valley 7-1; 4th, Mankato 6-3; 5th, St. John's 4-5; 6th, White Rock 3-5; 7th, Waconda East 3- 5; 8th, North Central, 2-6 and 9th, Jewell 0-9. Game summary Jan. 18. North Central 77, Jewell 37. Jan. 20. Pike Valley 62, White Rock 35. Mankato 67, St. John's 56. Jan. 21. Southern Cloud 54, Waconda East 25. North Central 57, Hillcrest 49. Jan 23. Losers' bracket Waconda East 60, White Rock 52. Hillcrest 79, St. John's 33. Jan. 24. Pike Valley 59, Southern Cloud 37. Mankato 76, North Central 67, 2 overtimes. Jan. 25. Losers' bracket. White Rock 31, St. John's 30. Hillcrest 63, Waconda East 52. Winners' bracket. Southern Cloud 54, North Central 39. Pike Val- ley 76, Mankato 68. PTL Boys' Tourney standings 1 st, Pike Valley; 2nd, Mankato; 3rd, Southern Cloud; 4th, North Central; 5th, Hillcrest; 6th, Waconda East; 7th, White Rock; 8th, St. John's and 9th, Jewell. Girls' seeding 1st, Hillcrest 9-1; 2nd, Waconda East 7-!; St. John's 6-3; 4th, White Rock 4-4; 5th, North Central 4-4; 6th, Pike Valley 4-4; 7th, Mankato 2-7; 8th, Jewell 2-7 and 9th, Southern Cloud 1-8. Game summary Jan. 18. Jewel141, Southern Cloud 27. Jan. 20. White Rock 45, North Cen- tral 24. St. John's 60, Pike Valley 51. Jan. 21. Waconda East 65, Mankato players in double figures. Frasier led the way with 16 points follow by Hajny with 15. Garman was good for 11 points. Boyles contributed 6 points. Bird and Monte Manning added 2 points each. Drew Duskie pumped in 26 points for the Waconda East Vikings. Matt Nicholson followed with I1 points. Jess Eberle contributed 9 points. Dalton Remus and Mike Bushell added 6 points each. Skyler Wise was good for 2 points. White Rock vs. St. John's The White Rock Eagles finally got a win in the tournament by defeating the St. John's Blujays 31-30 Saturday to claim seventh place in the PTL Tour- nament. Boyles paced the Eagles with 12 points followed by Frasier with 9. Brant Beam, Hajny and Manning contrib- uted 3 points each. Garman hit a free throw. Ryan Emerson led the Jays with 15 points. Kyle Emerson followed with 5. Kerry Tiernan and Mitchell Sahlfeld were each good for 3 points and Kendall Pacey and Christian Soler each hit 2 points. After tournament play, White Rock has a 5-7 record. The White Rock Eagles travel to Morrowville to take on North Central Friday. M~to girls 7th in PTL Tournament Mankato vs. Waconda East The Waconda East Lady Vikings more than doubled the score on the Mankato Lady Cougars in the quarter- finals round of the Pike Trail League Tournament at Cloud County Com- munity College, Concordia, Jan. 21 by handing Mankato a 65-32 defeat. Beth Gillett led the Lady Cougars in scoring with ! 7 points. Nicole Jeffery 32. Hillcrest 79, Jewell 38. Jan. 23. Losers' bracket. St. John's 45, Mankato 33. North Central 60, Jewell 47. Jan. 24. Waconda East 39, Pike Valley 22. Hillcrest 67, White Rock 26. Jan. 25. Losers' bracket. Mankato 44, Jewell 40. St. John's 47a North Central 23. Winners' bracket.~ Valley 57, White Rock 18. Hillcrest 48, Waconda East 39. PTL Girls' Tourney standings I st, Hillcrest; 2nd, Waconda East; 3rd, Pike Valley; 4th, White Rock; 5th, St. John's; 6th, North Central; 7th. Mankato; 8th, Jewell and 9th, South- ern Cloud. White Rock boys 7th in PTL Tourney White Rock vs. Pike Valley The White Rock Eagles, seeded followed with 6 points. JennaLee Har- ris contributed 4 points. Cortney Jeffery and Sara Christie each added 2 points. Tami Roesti hit a free throw. Karl Albert and Casey Henningsen were enough to beat Mankato as they scored 23 points each. Samantha Winkel and Kelly McPeak followed with 6 points each. Kayla W]~el was g~od for 4 po~nts. Keah Cunningham scored 2 points and Chelsey Winkel hit a free throw. Mankato vs. St. John's The St. John's Lady Blujays handed the Lady Cougars their second defeat of,the PTL League Tournament by beating Mankato 45-33 Jan. 23 at Concordia. Gillett led the Lady Cougars in scor- ing with 14 points. Harris followed with 9 points. Gayle Wilson contrib- uted 5 points. Nicole Jeffery added 3 points. Christie was good for 2 points. The Lady Jays had three players in double figures. Christine Fischer led the way with 13 points. Audrey Fuller followed with 11 points and Samantha Niewald was right behind with 10 points. Joelle Emerson contributed 4 points Kayla Schwerman added 3 points. Hilary Niewald and Mary Kate Ludwig each scored 2 points. Mankato vs. Jewell The Lady Cougars finally chalked up a win and claimed seventh place in the PTL Tournament by beating Jewell 44-40 Saturday at Concordia. Gillett paced the Lady Cougars with 17 points. Wilson was in double fig- ures with 10 points. Ti f/any J ensen and Nicole Jeffery each contributed 6 points. Harris added 5 points Shannon Snell led Jewell in scoring with 13 points followed by Ashley Lienberger with 10. Lisa Schwerman contributed 9 points. Amy Waterman added 5 points. Sarah Birdsell scored 2 points and Emily Burgess hit a free throw. Aftertournament play, the Mankato Lady Cougars are 3-9. The Mankato Cougars host the Waconda East Vikings Friday night. Mankato JH 10-0 The Mankato Junior High A-team boys improved their record to 1%0 with a 42-33 victory over the Pike Valley Panthers Jan. 22 at Mankato. Mankato basketball coach Dale True said, "Tough defense and bal- anced scoring were the keys for the Cougar victory. Scoring for the Cougars were Adam Badger with 12 points followed by Alan Wagner with 9. Dustin Waite was good for 7 points and Lee Simon had 6 points. Jeff Zadina and Patrick Christie each contributed 4 points. Badger led the team in rebounds with 9 boards lbllowed by Waite with 8 and Wagner with 5. Badger, Christie and Zadina led the team in steals with 3 each The team shot 18 of 40 from the .field for 45 percent and went 6 of 12 from the line for 50 percent. The B-team boys defeated the Pan- thers 9-6 in overtime Josh Suderman led the Cougars in scoring with 4 points. Shaun Davis followed with 3. Mitch Martin added 2 points. Davis led the team in rebounding with 4 followed by Neil Bonjour with 3. The team shot 4 for I1 from the field for 36 percent and was 1 of 5 from the line for 20 percent. The record for the B-team is now 7- 2. The next action for the Cougars will be today (Thursday) when Mankato travels to Jewell to take on the Wild- cats. sixth in the PTL Tournament, were defeated 62-35 by Pike Valley in the quarter-final round Jan. 20. Caleb Frasier led White Rock in sCoriiig Wi(~. i 4 points. Stuart Boyles and Jim German 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 4. Nick Kraus, Thayne Clark and Curtis Housholder each contrib- uted 2 points. White Rock vs. Waconda East White Rock was defeated 60-52 in the semi-finals by Waconda East. The White Rock Eagles had three Adult Woods Night Class starting Wednesday, Feb. 5 " 6-9 p.m. Mankato High School Industrial Arts Shop 12-weeks " $80 Taught by Justin Basart i.I D #278 Mankato chools Februa Calendar Feb. 1 - High School JV Basketball Tournament at Mankato. Youth for Music, Cloud County Community College. Feb. 2 - Youth for Music, Cloud County Community College. Feb. 3 - High School JV Basketball Tournament at Mankato. Feb. 4 - High School Basketball at Cuba, Hillcrest, 4:30 p.m. Feb. 5 - PTL Meeting 1 p.m. at Concordia. Feb. 6 - Regional Scholar's Bowl. Feb. 8 - Junior High Basketball PTL Tournament at Mankato. Regional Piano Festival, Feb10 - Junior High Basketball PTL Tournament at Mankato. Board of EducatiOn Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Feb, 11 - High school Basketball at Mankato vs St. John's Beloit. Feb. 12 - FCCLA District Elections & STAR Events at Abilene, 8 a.m. Feb: 13 - Junior High Basketball PTL Tournament at Mankato. Feb. 14 - High School Baske11~311 at Jewell. Feb. 15 - Junior High Basketball PTL Tournament at Mankato. State Scholar's Bawl: Feb. 17 - No School, Teac~ Inservice. Feb, 18 - High School Basketball at Downs, Feb. 21 - High School Basketball at Mankato vs Southern Cloud. Feb, 22 - State Piano Festival. Feb, 24 & 25 - High School Basketbalt Regional TBA. Feb. 27 & 28 - High School Basketball Regional TBA. Sponsored by Central National Bank P.O. Box 155 * Formoso, Ken. * 785-794-2211 Board Certified t rologist Will be seeing patients Thursday, Feb. 6 at Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior, Nob. Call 402-879-3281 for an appoihtment Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 120 N. Mill in Beloit, Kan. Call 1-800-742-0036 for an appointment Dr. Heisted specializes in general medical and surgical urology, over active bladder problems, kidney stones, including locally performed lithotripsy and microwave thermotherapy prostate treatment for BPA. [][] David Halsted, M.D., Urologist Nebraska Urology Center, P.C. ugar Talaa Meet the people who make Mankato Schools special Chase Warne is a senior at MHS and the son of David and Deb Wame. His hobbles include hunting and horses. School activities are football and FFA. Following graduation he plans to further his educational career. The highlight at MHS is "finally getting to my senior year", says Chase. Advan- tages-disadvantages of living in a small community are: "that you know everybody and the towns are peaceful for the most part, disadvantages are that everybody knows you too," stated Chase. Andrea J. Cortez is a senior at MHS and the daughter of Cheryl Nevins. Her hobby ts drawing. Following graduation she plans to attend Cloud County Community College and her major is undecided. The highlight while attending MHS is everyday when the bell rings at 3:30. "The disadvan- tages of living in a small community is that the people here are all set in their ways and have nothing better to do but talk about everyone else. The advantages are that everyone is always helpful and con- cerned," said Andrea. Farmway Credit Union 102 N. Commercial ~. Mankato, Ken. 66956 785-378-3134 White Rock girls take 4th in tourney White Rock vs. North Central and Jeffery scored 4. Sheree Kxiley The White Rock Lady Eagles de- feated the North Central Lady Cougars 45-24 Jan. 20 in the quarter-final round of the PTL Tournament at Cloud County Community College, Concordia. Sheree Kriley led the White Rock Lady Eagles with 16 points. Erin German 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. De idre Frager paced the North Cim- tral girls with 16 points. Becky Novak and Kelsey Frager each scored 4 points. Melissa Rose was good for 3 points and Lindsay Gallion 2. White Reck vs. l-Iillerest The Hillcrest Lady Mustangs de- molished the White Rock Lady Eagles 67-26 ih the semi-finals of the PTL Tournament Jan. 24 at Cloud County Community College, Concordia. Konen and Melanie Kriley led White Rock in scoring with 6 poifits each. Michels followed with 5 points Jewell boys fail to get into PTL bracket Jeweil vs. North Central The Jewell Wildcats tailed to get into the PTL bracket by losing to North Central 77-37 in the feather bracket of the PTL Tourney Jan. 18 at Jewell. Joel Kemmerer and Jesse Williams led Wildcat scoring with 12 points and 11 points respectively. Mark Peters scored 4 points and Jonah Stafford 3. Patrick Faulkner, Richard Shamburg and Caleb Ramsey each added 2 points. Mike Wanklyn hit a free throw. North Central had five players in double figures. Mike Koss paced North Central scoring with 18 points. Der- "rick Emery was right behind with 17 points. Jordan Zenger contributed 12 points. Brodie Grove and Vexa Emery added 1 I points each. Dusty Zenger scored 5 points. Aaron Tiemeyer 2 and Nick Durst 1. After tournament play, the Jewell Wildcats are 0-10. Jewell will host the Hillcrest Mus- tangs Friday night at Jewell. was good for 3 points and Angola Garman added 2. , Tabayia Kopsa paced the Lady. Mustangs with 16 points. Kara Kolman , followed with 14 points. Laura Trecek and Ashley Junker contributed 9 points each. Holly Harris was good for 7 points and Krystina Bunch scored 6. Sarah Reuter, Nikki Bunch and Michelle Persinger each added 2 points. White Rock vs. Pike Valley The Pike Valley Lady Panthers laid it on the White Rock Lady Eagles 57- 18 in the battle for third place Saturday " at Cloud Co~unty. Konen and Jet/cry paced the White Rock girls in scoring with 5 points each. Michels followed with 3 points. German and Melanie Kriley contrib- uted2 point~ each and Samantha Nave hit a free throw. Jennie Carlgren led Pike Valley in scoring with 14 points. Selene Slinker followed with 12 points. Tara Slinker was good for 8 points and Jamie Barrett had 7. Amanda Arnold and Shea Larson each contributed 5 points. Terell Coons added 4 points. Crystal Henderson scored 2 points. After tournament play, the White Rock Lady Eagles are 5-6. The White Rock EagLes travel to Morrowville to take on North Central Friday. Deeply interested in the American Revolutionary War cause, French nobleman and army officer Marie Jo- seph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Metier, Marquis de Lafayette, sailed to North America in 1777 to join George Washington's army. At the time of his arrival, France was officially neutral. Soon after his arrival, the Continental Congress appointed him a major gen- eral in the Continental Army. He expe-; rienced the rigors of the 1777-1778 winter encampment at Valley Forge with Wash'ington's men. Later, he pro- vided valuable service i,n the campaign leading to the victory over the British at Yorktown. Lafayette was one of al number of foreign officers who helped' America fight for independence from Great Britain. INSTANT INTERNET AccEss VIA SATELLITE available anywhere Contact rock's N, 106 N. Commercial Street Mankato, Ken. 66956 785-378-3123 I IJSlD #104 White Rock Schools February Calendar Feb 1 - Youth for Music at Concordia. Feb. 3 - ELT Meeting at Burr Oak. Feb, 4 -SchOlarship Contest at Mankato, (7&8). High School Basketball vs Kensington at Esbon, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 5 -PTL Meeting at Concordia, 1 p,m. Site Council Meeting at Esbon, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 - Regional Scholars' Bowl. Parent-Teacher Conferences, 4:30, 8 p.m. Feb. 7 - High School Basketball at Pike Valley (Courtland), 6:30 p.m. Feb. 8 - Regional Piano Contest. Middle School PTL Basketball Tournament at Mankato. Feb. 10 - Middle School PTL Basketball Tournament at Mankato, Board of Education meeting at Esbon, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13- Middle School PTL Basketball Tournament at Mankato. Feb. 14 - High School Basketball vs Hillcrest at Burr Oak, 6:30 p.m, Feb. 15 - Middle School PTL Basketball Tournament at Mankato. High School Basketball at Tescott, 2 p,m. State Scholars' Bowl. Feb, 18 - Spring Portraits and Class Pictures. Feb20 - Middle School Field Trip to Hutchinson. Feb, 21 - High School Basketball vs Waconda East atBurr Oak, 6:30 p.m. Feb "22 - Jewell County Spelling Contest at Jewell. State Piano Contest. Feb. 24 - Regional Basketball Week. Kansas Honors Program at Concordia, 6:30 p.m. Feb, 26 - Mtddle School League Meeting at Mankato. Sponsored by Guaranty State Bank & Trust Company Esbon, Kan. 785-725-3663 ,,, Burr Oak, Kan. 785-647-6621 201 S. 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