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Grizzlies drop league game to St. John's Last Tuesday. the Rock Hills Griz- zlies traveled to St. John' s Beloit High School and were defeated by the home- town BluJays 52-45 in a Pike Trail League game. The game swayed back and forth for 'most of three quarters before St. John's took control. After falling be- hind 10-4 at the end of the first period, the Grizzlies went on a nice second quarter run to take an 18--15 lead into halftime. St. John' s was able to outscore the Grizzlies by six in the third period to take a three point lead (32-29). The Grizzlies were done in by good BluJay free throw shooting in the fourth quar- ter. as the BluJays hit 11 of 15 173 percent) free throws to finish off their winning performance. "We just didn't consistently get the ball into St. John' s zone defense." said Grizzly head coach Matt Hesting. "Our inside people didn't move efficiently to provide passing angles, plus we didn't go to the offensive boards hard enough. All in all, St. John's just brought more energy to the court than we did." St. John' s had three fewer field goals than the Grizzlies. St. John's was 15 of 42 (36 percentl while Rock Hills was 18 of 43 (41 percent), but it was the free throw line that spelled doom for Rock Hills. St. John's hit 19 of 27'(70 per- cent) charities white the Grizzlies were a mere five of seven (71 percent) on freebies. The Grizzlies were ledin scoring by Brice Ost with 13 points, five below his average. Riley Konen had 11 points, a team high six rebounds and a team high four assists. "Riley brought good hustle and energy to the game." Hesting said. Also scoring for Rock Hills was Travis Boyles with eight points, Joe Zadina with six. Blake Walter four points and Cole Huncovsky with three points. Fifteen Grizzly turnovers compared to only six for the BluJays allowed the BluJays to get nine more scoring 'chances. "That alone will beat you most nights." said Hesting. "Our de- fense needs to force more turnovers., Hillary Callaway (left), daughter of David and Leigh Callaway, Esbon, and Andrew Horn, son of Mike and Jackie Horn, Mankato, were crowned Rock Hills sweetheart queen and king, following the Rock Hills-Superior games Thurs- day evening. 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Contact Jewell County Sheriff Office at 785-378-3194 Rock Hills JV boys beat St. John's The Rock Hills JVs captured a close 29-27 win at St. John's. Nine Grizzlies made the scoring column. Wyatt Flinn had eight points, Zach Duffy seven, Sean M0hlman three, Cole Huncovsky two, Zach Spiegel two, Landon Reed two, Robbie Dean three. Jordan Walter one and Alex Smith one point. Wyatt Flinn and Landon Reed each had four rebounds and Flinn also led in assists with two.. The young Grizzlies hit 10 of 30 (33 percent) shots and hit 7 of 18 (38 percent) free throws. St. John's was 0 Of 4 from the line. The Grizzlies forced 18 BluJay turnovers, but had 19 miscues of their own. Sixteen JVs saw extensive action as the Grizzlies moved their overall record to 14-3. Lady Grizzlies lose varsity game to Superior Lady Cats The Rock Hills Lady Grizzlies lost to Superior 52-34 in varsity action Thursday. Scoring for Rock Hills were Bethany Jeffery nine, Kayla Sholtz seven. Hillary Callaway five, Darica Bohnert five, All Wilson four, Regan Jeffery two. Amanda Fleming one and Maddie Warne one. The Superior Lady Wildcats were led in scoring by Stacia Gebers with 17 and Haley Gebers with 15. Superior boys beat Grizzlies in JV game The Rock Hills JVs dropped a hard fought game to Superior Thursday. After trailing by 10 at the half, the JVs fought back to get the game tied at 3 l before Superior scored the game's last seven points to defeat the Grizzlies 38- 31. The young Grizzlies had 10 players score. Wyatt Flinn led with six points, Cole Huncovsky had five, Jordan Walter four, Cade Huncovsky three, Robbie Dean two, Zach Spiegel two, Zach Duffy three. Scan Mohlman two, Cisco Fischer two and Anthony Bur- gess two. The Grizzly JVs had a 28-25 re- bounding edge with Flinn getting four and Landon Reed three to lead Rock Hills. The Grizzlies had 20 turnovers to Superior's 14. Superior got to the foul line 25 times and made 11 (44 percent). The Grizzlies were there only 13 times and made 6 (46 percent). "Too many turnovers, gving up three treys, and not getting to the foul line were the three things that beat us in this game, but I thought all the boys worked hard, and did have themselves in a position to win late after being down early," 'said coach Matt Hesting. No one wants advice--only corrobo- ration. Both medicine and advi are easy to prescribe but hard to take. He who builds to every man's ad- vice will have a crooked house. Courthouse News Jewell County Traffic PJ Kocher, spee, dirg, $116. Donna J. Moody, speeding, $140. John R. Robertson, speeding, $116. Sean A.Rugg, permitting unautho- rized person to drive. $286. Kale Robert Newell. no hunting license, $136. Accidents Feb. 2 around 8:10 p.m. on J Road. one-half mile west from 1 l0 Road.. Evan Reiter, Jewell, driving a 2000 Pontiac, hit deer. Accident investigated by Officer Jacobs. Feb. 3 around 6!20 p.m. on Higl> way 14 south of Superior. Kathryn A Wiest, Superior, driving a 2001 Chev- rolet, hit a deer. Accident investigated by Officer Jacobs. Register of Deeds Chris Hawkinson and Marita Hawkinson to Frank James Burchett and Donna Faye Burchett. Lots 10 and 11 of Block 11, City of Jewell. DavidWieland and Regi L. Wieland to David Wieland and Regi L. WMand, as joint tenants and not as tenants in common. Lots 8 and 9 in Section 7. Township ,1 S, Range 9: Louise Motes. trustee of the Louise Motes Trust, to Louise Motes. tract of land in the NW 1/4 of Section 34. Town- ship 25, Range 8W. Louise Motes. trustee of the Reed V. Motes Trust, to Louise Motes. a tract of land in the NW1/4 of Section 34, Township 25, Range 8W. Transfer on death deed. Louise Motes to Brent Beck, a tract of land in the NW1/4 of Section 34. Township 25. Range W. William A. Secrest. Gloria J. Secrest and Donald Secrest to Richard C. Finney and Virginia L. Finne?. Lot 7 in Block 4 of Randall' s original townsite. known as 206 .Walnut. E. Lois Oplinger to Roger C. Oplinger and Barbara A. Oplinger, a tract of land in the E1/2SE1/4 of Sec- tion 27, Township 45. Range 7W. E. Lois Oplinger to Roger C. Oplinger and Barbara A. Oplinger, W 1/25E1/4 of Section 25. Township 45. Range 7W. Roger C. Oplinger and Barbara A. Oplinger to Oplinger. L.P.. a tract of land in the E1/2SEI/4 of Section 27. Township 45, Range 7W. Roger C. Oplinger and Barbara A. Oplinger to Oplinger L.P.. W 1/2 SE 1/4 of Section 25. Township 45. Range 7W. Jewell County Filing Carla Waugh. Jewell County Clerk. reported the filing of Steven Greene. Republican. for first districl county commissioner. Domestic Divorces final: Kenneth Standley, petitioner vs. Beth C. Standlev. re- spondent; Michael Layne Wilden. pe- titioner, vs. Tina, Marie Wilden. re- spondent. We make a.living by what we get, but we make a life by what we gwe. Superior's Sarah Wood (54) takes a shot against Rock Hills Thursday in Mankato. The Lady Cats beat the Lady Grizzlies 52-34. Rock Hills players in the photo include Darica Bohnert (33), Bethany Jeffery (34) and Hillary The Midwest has discovered the beautiful LAKE OF THE OZARKS You can own a piece of this wonderful playground and enjoy the lifestyle that only the Central Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks can offer. Lakefront Premier Home Auction Saturday, March 20, 2010 6 fabulous premier homes will be sold to the highest acceptable bidder at this special auction event[ Buyer'= Seminar & Open House on Sat., February 27 Condos & Premier Waterfront & 6olf Course Lots Auction- Saturday, March 27, 2010 15 great condos and premier waterfront and golf course lots will be sold - some selling ABSOLUTE at this special event! Buyer's Seminar & Open House on Sat., March 6 (all 573-365-7272 and Sift N-lIP today[ 10% deposit due the day of auction. 10% buyers premium will app y. Visit us today on: ProStarAuctions.com BUS, Hwy. 54 & Crossing West Drive PO Box 2651 Lake Ozark MO 65049 Phone: 573-365-7272 A U  ( O N S Fax:573-365-7273 I'ROFESSION RESIDENTIAL - CONDOS - LAND - RESORT - COMMERCIAL Thusday, February 18.2010 JEWEL L COUNTY RECORD A Rock Hills' Joey Zadina (44) and another unidentified Grizzly attempt to block a shot by Superior's Alex Thayer in varsity action Thursday in Mankato. Rock Hills' Riley Konen (25) is partially visible behind Thayer. TheGrizzlies came away with a 58-43 win over Superior. Grizzlies beat Superior, 58-43 In a "pink out" night, sponsored by (89 percent) were scored by the "Big" theRockHillsBoosterClub, thehome- m and around the lane and at the free town Grizzly boys were able to defeat throw, line. the Superior WildCats by a 58-43 score Brice Ost had 24 points and his first on Thursday. double-double of the year. Travis Lots of pink highlighted the near Boyles had 14 points and eight re- sell-out crowd as T-shirt sales helped bounds. Joe Zadina had 11 points and eight rebounds. Blake Walter had three points and two rebounds. Riley Konen finished off a consecutive solid game with six points, six rebounds, and a season-high seven assists. "We were both good and bad in this game." said Hesting. "Our energy was good and our rebounding.was great," bring awareness to breast cancer re= search. The varsity boys played with great energy and used a strong inside game to lead at end quarter breaks 14- 13.33-20.32-21 and finally 58-43 for the win. "'Our inside people really got after it around the paint/' aid Grizzly coach Matt H.esting. "'We'asked them t0 step " The Grizzlies finished with a42-17 up after their less than adequate effort rebounding advantage. do,n at St. John's on Tuesday and "But our ball handling against they really took charge of the lane." Superior's pressure wa,s bad. We had Fifty-two of Rock Hills' 58 points 25 turnovers to Superior's four, which Callaway (3). At far left is Superior's Montana Hayes. At far right is Superior's Jett Mickelsen. The two schools played each other in basketbaJI years ago, but this is their first meeting since the formation of the Rock Hillsdistrict. gave them almost 30 more shots than us. If they shoot any decent percentage at all we don't survive this game." Hesting said. ,Shooting percentages told the tale as Rock Hills went 23 of 33 (70 per- cent) compared to 16 of 63 (26 per- cent) for the Wildcats. Plus the Griz- zlies hit llof 18 FGs (61 percent) compared to only two of six (33 per- cent) FGs for Superior. The Grizzlies will. try to ride the successful night into the last few games of the season before playoffs. Rock Hills will attempt to nail down theirl second consecutive PikeTrail League crown with a win at Southern Cloud tomorrow (Friday) and then close out the regular season at Osborne Tues- day. Courtland to build new fire station The City'of Courtland is set to re- ceive a $159,142 CDBG Grant,through the Kansas Department of Commerce, to construct a new fire station. Accord- ing to Janet Weir. city clerk, matching funds up to $108.000 will come from funds that were received when the city sold the city owned cable television system. The grant application process began in 2007. The proposed new fire station will be a metal building, 50 x 60 feet wi,th three bays, wash room and a shower facility. It will be located on the corner of Main and Liberty streets. ,The lot was prepared when two older build- ings were torn down. The new fire station will replace the present station tha is attached to the city office build- ing and has room for one fire truck. The second fire truck was parked at a separate location. "It made it hard for the fire department with the trucks at two locations," Weir noted. The present fire station will be used for city vehicle storage. The rural fire department has their own fire station located across the street from the present city fire station. The city ofCourtland's fire depart- ment consists of 10 volunteers. They also assist the rural fire department when needed. The project's bidding process will begin in the near future. It is antici- pated the construction will begin late this summer, but the city has two years to complete the project. Local ManGallops 1.2 Miles Without Pain BEXAR COUNTY -After using Thera,Gesie* pain creme on his sore legs, Tom W. was comfortably romping through town while laughing, according to witnesses. When. asked about the laughig,he replied;. The priCe [ on this produrt is silly!"' ", - : ,,.!' 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