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Thursday, October 6, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A football team runs .unbeaten streak to five games 'In'an unusual occurrence, the Rock Hills Grizzlies actually played more than two quarters of football, Friday, wheri they hosted the Tescott Trojans ;! at Mankato. It took until early in the fourth'quarter for the Grizzlies to end the Trojans ordeal when they ran the lead to 54-6 and the game ended cour- tesy of the 45 point mercy rule. The game marked the fifth straight win of the 2016"season for Rock Hills The Grizzlies held a 28-6 lead at the half rime'break. They added 20 points in' the third quarter to lead 48-6. Rock Hills scored early in the fourth quarter to erase Out with a 54-6 lead. Luke~ Broeckelman completed seven 9fhis 13 pass attempts for 126 yards. Three receptions resulted in touchdowns. Drew Beam cradled four receptions for 97 yards and two touch- downs. Zane Colson snagged three passes for 29 yards and a touchdown. Tescott quarterback had to scramble in his own backfield Colson was the leading rusher for Rock Hills carrying the ball 19 times assists. Beam hit two solo tackles and that we will have an opportunity to while gaining 156 yards and scoring was credited with nine assists. Austin learn from. We had two or three scores three touchdowns. He also scored on Eilert grabbed three solo tackles and called back because of penalties. We threetwopeintconversionplays.Tycen assistedwithseven.BradyJeffreycame had some breakdowns in 'pass cover- Higer carded the ball 11 times and up with three solo tackles and assisted ageandwealsoturnedtheballovertoo amassed 55 yards. Broeckeiman kept with two. Whelchel nabbed two solo many times. The boys were able to get the ball eight times, picked up 151 tackles and assisted with one tackle, past all that and take complete control yards and scored two touchdowns. Dereck Gillett and Kobi Pennell were in the second half. Hopefully this type Rylee Whelchel took the ball twice credited with an assisted tackle each. of game helps us understand that we and acquired I l yards. Head coach Brock McMillan said, cannot make mistakes like that next . Cotsonanade foursolo tackles and "I was pleased with the overall out- week versus Pike Valley. They are a assisted with six others. Higer ac- come Friday night. We struggled early great team and will capitalize on every counted for three solo shots and seven in the game with some key mistakes mistake we make. We have to be more Registration deadline is 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016 for the November 8th General Election If you have moved (even if it is next door) you must re-register. . If you have a name change you must re-register. Will you be 18 years old on or before the November 8, General Election? If YES, then be sure to register on or before October 18th so you are qualified for this election. , You will need to provide proof of citizenship Voter registration applications are available at the the County Clerk's Office or goto the Election page on Jewell County's website www.jewellcountykansas.net. TO verify your registration you may call the Jewell County Clerk's Office at 785-378-4020 or go to www.myvoteinfo.voteks.org and click on my registration information Your vote counts and makes a difference. and Su at FREE SAMPLES Dollar How To Winterize Frostop Rootbeer items Your Flowers Floats and Gardens -Officer Mullens Sign Up Applesauce for P#zes with Mark Diehl PUMPKIN BUCKETS . , for the Kids BEAN BAG TOSS FOR DISCOUNT ON YOUR PURCHASE (some restrictions apply) i 250 N Central, Superior, Neb. 402-879-4119 most of the night to stay away from the penetration of disciplined and be ready to contain their speed. Offensively, we have to control the line of scrimmage better than we have." The Grizzlies will face their tough- est test of the season when they travel to Scandia, Friday, for a contest with the 4-1 Pike Valley Panthers. Kick off is set for 7 p.m. host Invitational The Rock Hills Lady Grizzlies vol- leyball team hosted the Rock Hills Invitational tournament at the Mankato gymnasium, Saturday. The team won their opening match against Lincoln with a two set, 25-20 and 25-19, sweep, for their fourth win of the season. They fell to Clifton-Clyde in two sets, 10-25 and 18-25. Thunder Ridge swept the Lady Grizzlies in two sets, 17-25 and 14-25. St. John' s-Tipton swept Thun- der Ridge in two sets to win the cham- pionship. Other participating teams were Pike Valley, Logan, Osborne, St. John's-Tipton, Thunder Ridge, Lin- coln and Clifton-Clyde. Rock Hills traveled to Natoma, Tuesday for a triangular match with Natoma and Tescott with results un- available at press time. The team takes to the road again Tuesday when they travel to Osborne for a triangular match with Osborne and Chase. "None but a mule denies his family." Sa{airday Cliff and Glenny Barnes went to Lawrence, Neb., to wateh the first volleyball games of the season for third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade girls from Red Cloud. Playing on the third and fourth grade team were Lillian Barnes, Olivia and Jerzie Ord. Paisley Ord was a member of the fifth and sixth grade team. For the first games of the season the Red Cloud girls played very well. Also attending were Amanda Barnes, Judy Ord, Kyle, Katie, and Remi Oral, Red Cloud, Jeff, Diana, Kasey, Keller, Patsy, Thomas, and Kooper Ord, rural Guide Rock. The next four Saturdays will be filled with more volleyball games. Jessica Barnes, Brynlee Manning, and Cheryl Hillman were in Hastings Saturday to do some shopping and also had lunch. John Christner, Colorado, had been at his Burr Oak home for several days. Brynlee Manning joined Richard Cox for the children's church message at the Christian Church Sunday. Rich- the Grizzly defense, ard and Brynlee talked about having faith in something and believing in RItJI-IS football falls Jesus and having faith in Him will enable us to do many things. For the to St. John's-Tipton adults, Richard'smessagewasentitled The Rock Hills Junior High School "From Vision to Reality." His selected football team fell to St. John's-Tipton, scripture reading was Isaiah41: 17-20. God has a great desire to provide us Thursday, 58-30. The Grizzlies witheverynecessityevenwhenitseems struggled over the first two periods and that necessity might be impossible to trailed 32-8 at the half. They were unable to over come the deficit they obtain. When God provides the impos- faced over the last two quarters of play. sible, people will realize that God is though they added 22 points to their able. Nothing is impossible to God. score when the offense came together. There are at least three "Rs" to being Seth Peunell carried the ball 10 able to go from vision to reality. There times picking up 52 yards Caden Slate is a requirement. We must seek God made seven tackles. Pennell was good with our needs and wants so he can for ll tackles and an assisted tackle, answerus.God'sresponseistosupply Conner Cosand nailed six solo tackles our needs in a super abundant manner. and added an assisted tackle. Mason God has limitless ability. He supplies Higer registered eight solo shots and our needs and gives us resources to two assists. The team is back in action complete our tasks. The reason for this today (Thursday) at Mankato. fulfilling of our needs is so that people will recognize just who God is and the power that is His. God never forgets Burr OakBy Glennys Barnes us. He remembers His promises to us. God sculptures us so that we are ready to turn out to be what He created us to Penny and Gary Turner stayed last be. week at the West Oak Lodge in CliffandGlennyBarneswerejoined Okoboji, Iowa.Whiletheretheytoured for lunch at a Red Cloud restaurant TheGrottooftheRedemptionatWest Sunday by David, Lori and Corie Bend, Iowa; the Classic Car Museum, Barnes, Smith Center; Tanner rode bicycles and enjoyed the many Swiercinsky, Wichita; Steffen Barnes lakes in the area. Penny and Gary highly and Dakota Delka, Red Cloud. After recommend this area with its many lunch Cliff and Glenny stopped at the places of interest.They report that the homes of Kyle and Keller Ord to drop peoplewerefriendlyandthefoodgood, off some of Grandma Barnes' home Cheryl Hillman, Jessica Barnes, canned pickles and salsa. They also Brynlee Manning joined Shellivisited with Diana and Kasey Ord at Kuhlmann and Judy Miller, Mankato, their home. at a Mankato restaurant Friday evening David, Lori and Corie Barnes, Smith for supper and visiting. Center, visitedCliffand Glenny Barnes If you are proud of your kill let Duis Meat Processing make you just as proud of the way it tastes. We make the finest summer sausage, jerky, deer sticks and bratwurst patties and at the lowest prices possible. Let Duis Meat Processing be your wild game processor. 1991 E. Sixth, Concordia, Kan. 785-243-7850 1" ...... I" I I O Board Certified Health Care Providers ADA Certified Andy Walker, M.D. Nolan Beavers, M.D. Marilyn Dunstan, A.P.R.N. Dlanne Kramer, A.P.R.N. Bryan Houchens, P.A.C. 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Harvey and Jane Diehl, Wichita, are in Burr Oak to help Kelly McNichols with the fall harvest. There will be a Burr Oak Commu- nity Club meeting Thursday, Oct. 6. The main item of business will be planning the annual community Hal- loween party. Anyone is welcome to come out and help with the planning. Jewell By Roberta Holdren Mildred Reece a resident of the JeweU apartments died Thursday night. Susan James, Manhattan, visited a few days with her mother Betty James. Susan brought cake to the Scoop Thurs- day in honor of Betty' s upcoming birth- day. Last Wednesday the residents of the Jewell Apartments held a birthday party honoring those with birthdays in September. The Red Hot Jewells met Thursday at the Jewell Apartments for their monthly meeting. The noon meal was catered. After lunch games were played. Arleta Carlton and Clarice Hastings hosted the meeting. Twila Means and Karen Matteson will plan the October meeting. It was decided not to have a November meeting. Cindy Traump will host the Christmas party. Dennis Roeder, Grandview, Mo., is visiting his sister, Lola and Bob Abram. Monday Marsha Knarr attended a reception in Concordia honoring her brother Bill Dotson. He grew up in the Jamestown area and was inducted into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. Kan- sas has a long history of producing some of the freest runners in America. Dotson broke fellow Kansas Sports of Fame inductee Glenn Cunningham's 28 year old high school mile record before graduating from Concordia High School in 1958. Dotson them enrolled at the University of Kansas where he became a two time All American and the first KU athlete to break the four minute mile mark in 1962. Dotson won five Big 8 Conference titles, including three indoor titles and two outdoor titles. He won the Big 8 Conference title in cross country in 1961. Dotson set three American records in the mile during his career. In 2008 Dotson was inducted into the KU Athletics Hall of Fame. Farmers are busy with planting wheat, harvesting corn, milo and soy- beans. Roberta Holdren is accepting or- ders for the 2017 Palmer Museum cal- endar. Archie Thompson entered the Mitchell County Hospital Satutday. Later he was transferred to the Salina hospital. Rachel Crouse went bowling with her friends in Concordia' Sunday afternoon Mary Shelton, Frosty, Kerma and Rachel Crouse went to Concordia to watch Mary's grand- daughter Cienna DeLeon play volley- ball. Meier gets new personal best Saturday, Sarena Meier, ran under the colors of Pike Valley Cross Coun- try team, competed in the Centralia Invitational held at Lake Centralia. She finished first with a time of 19:41. This was a new personal best time as well as a new school record. She also broke the meet record. Jewell Co. Memories Continued from page 1 several years. He had served the 15th judicial district. H. K. Clark, 86, was found dead at his home at Randall. Floyd Risewick called at the Clark house on business. The radio was playing but when no one answered, he opened the door and found Mr. Clark looking very ill. A doctor was summoned but Mr. Clark died before help arrived. Vernon Treffer opened a fumiture store in the Henninger building at Jewell. The oil test well being drilled near Cawker City abandoned. The test was troubled ~ith water and equip- ment problems. A bus load of Republican party campaigners visited Jewell County. Mrs. Calvin James was honored with a stork shower. MANKATO Rock Hills School Weekly Sports Preview Monday, 10 - Saturday, Oct. 15 Oct. 11 High School Volleyball vs. Osborne and Chase at Osborne Oct. 13 NPL Cross Country at Downs, 4 p.m.; Junior High Volleyball and Foot- ball vs. Linn at Linn Oct. 14 High School Football Se- nior Night vs. Linnat Rock Hills Oct. 15 High School Volleyball NPL Tournament at Beloit Money Orders, Official Checks, Credit Life Insurance, Credit Disability Insur- ance, Photocopies, Fax Service, Check ATMs in Beloit, Savin Cashing, A'I vmgs Bonds Redemption, Night Depository, Direct Deposits and Deductions, Pay- roll Deposits and Deductions, Notary Service, Share Certificates, Loans, Credit Counseling, Drive Thru in Beloit, Voice Response, Internet Mem- ber Access, ATM/Debit Card, Quicken Download and E-Statements