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COUNTY RECORD Thursday, October 2, 2003 "te Rock Homecoming 2003 far away' is theme for ite Rock Homecoming The White Rock High School football homecoming is Friday night at Burr Oak. Homecoming candidates are Justin Hajny, son of Brad Hajny, Esbon, and Pam Hajny, Esbon; Josh Bird, son of John and Terri Bird, Smith Center; Josh Hancock, son of Doug and Karen Hancock, Esbon; Melanie Kriley, daughter of Lee Kriley, Esbon, and Jo Kriley, Esbon; Meggie Michels, daughter of Kathy Schiermeyer, Guide Rock, and Leon Michels, Guide Rock; and Lauren Jeffery, daughter of Brad and Colleen Jeffery, Burr Oak. All candidates are seniors at White Rock High School. Crown and flower bearers are kindergartners, Spencer Calloway, Lexi Jeffery and Emily Cox. Student Council is in charge of the homecoming ceremony which will be at 6:15 p.m. at the football field at Burr Oak. These ceremonies will precede the Jewell-White Rock vs. Kensington football game. The homecoming theme is "So Far Away" and the homecom- ing colors are teal and silver. The senior class will host a hamburger supper starting at 5:30 p.m. before the game. There will be a pep rally Thursday night at the Burr Oak football field at 7 p.m. and the public is invited. There will also be a weiner roast. This Week has been spirit week at WRHS. The homecoming dance will be after the football game Friday. Jay Diamond is the DJ. C:D O Homecoming candidates at White Rock High School are (back row, from left) Justin Hajny, Josh Bird, Josh Hancock; (front row) Melanie Kdley and M~ggie Nichols. Lauren Jeffery was not present for the picture. The crowning is at 6:15 p.m. Friday at the footbatl field prior to the game, White Rock girls 2-4 Predators go 4-0; in Pike Trail League TheLakesidegirlsledthePikeTrail defeat Lakeside League with a league record of 6 wins and no losses and an overall record of 14 wins and no losses. Other teams and records are as fol- lows: Hillcrest, 5-1 in league and 13-2 overall; Pike Valley, 5-1 in league and 9-4 overall; North Central, 5- l in league and I 1-5 overall; Beloit St. John's 3-3 in league and 5-7 overall; White Rock, 2-4 in league and 3-6 overall; Jewell, 1-5 in league and 4-12 overall; Mankato, 0-6 in league and 1-12 over- all and 0-11 overall. The Jewell-White Rock Predators defeated Lakeside 62-36 at Glen Elder Friday night and in so doing, extended the Predator record to 4-0. The Jewell-White Rock Predators scored 8 touchdowns. Jeweil-White Rock' s Caleb Ram sey was good for 4 touchdowns. Ramsey scored on runs of 10, 4, 19 and 48 yards. for 3 touch- The Predators rushed for 375 yards and picked up another 75 yards pass- ing. Ramsey carried the ball 21 times for 214 yards. Shamburg rushed 17 times for 69 yards. Bird had 4 carries for 56 yards and Ord had 8 carries for 46 yards. Ord went 4 for 9 passing for 75 yards. Mizner was Ord's only receiver as he hauled in all 4 passes for 75 yards 43-yard run. Those scoring extra points were Rarnsey with 3 runs, Richard Shamburg with 2 runs, Justin Kemmerer with 1 run and Nick Mizner on a pass from Ord. Jewell-White Rock had a total of 450yards of offense and 15 first downs. runs of 3.5 an~ worth of receptions .... ~" ~" ~ The Predaiors gave up 314 yards touchdown on a rushing and 30 yards passing for a total of 334 yards. Mizner had 1 pass interception and Wade Wilson. Mike Wanklyn and Stuart Boyles each had 1 fumble re- covery. Jewell-White Rock hosts the Kensington Goldbugs Friday at Burr Oak for homecoming. Lauren Jeffery ud supporters of student activitie iii i Electric, Heating and AC Bohnert Welding LLC Pioneer Seed Representative Buffalo Roam Steakhouse Burr Oak Welding Central National Bank PDIC Insured - Mankato & Formoso Citizens State Agency Max E. Burks Cosand Automotive .Country Bar & Grill Rick & Marilyn Warneking Critters Darrell E. Miller attorney-at-law Dave's Gun Shop Deb Boyles, CPA Dick's TV Furniture & Appliance Esbon Grain & Fertilizer Farmers Co-op Union Ag Mark LLC. Randall, Kackley & Jeweli Farmway Credit Union Guaranty State Bank & Trust Esbon. Burr Oak. Beloit J&H Service Fertilizer & Feeds Jensen Oil & Gas J's Jif-E-Stop Jeweli & Esbon Grocery Jewell County Hospital LTC & Rural Health Clinic Jewell Do-it Best Building & Lumber Center Jewell Implement Co. Case IH Ken's Body Works Kiers Thriftway Lloyd's Sinclair Service Mac's Kwik Stop Gas & Grub Malcom Flying Service Mankato Auto Parts Matt's Automotive Mankato Professional Pharmacy Mankato Texaco O Midway C operative Mankato Station and Elevator Pierce Electronics Rolling Co.op Your Touchstone Energy Cooperative State Exchange Bank FDIC Insured Sweden Creme Randy & Julie Slate The Flower Patch Weltmer Law Office