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returns in Mankato girls basketball Bendri= Mankato Lady Cougars began in preparation for season. The girls are off 18-6 and 16-6 seasons and another successful sea- girls make up this years consist of seniors Susan $uzy Rines and Deana VanMe- girls have lettered three Susan was selected all gIL These girls will certainly be leadership. and Marcia girls come sophomore class. They are Basel, a provisional letter last year, Nicole Benoit, Tessa Darcy Dempsey, who let- and was an honorable Bobi Freeman, Carrie Glllett, Julie Railsback, Jamle Trlmble and Michell Wakefield. A number of these girls are going to be counted on this year. Girls from the freshmen class consist of Axmlnda Myers, Monlca Rothchfld and Kristy Terpening. ShannaHuntsinger, Carla Lindberg and Bobi Moser will serve as statisti- cians and Javenia Peters will film the games. These girls' help will certainly be appreciated. We return considerable experience this year which is a great help and hopefully a number of underclassmen will step forward to be a great help. We lack height but hopefully we can make up for it in quickness and hustle. Hopefully we will have balanced scor- .ing from a number of girls. Strong defense will be a key to our success. Our first game is at home with White Rock on Dec. 4. Starting times for regular scheduled games wil! be 6:30 for varsity girls- B girls games to be announced. dcat football final statistics football squad finished earlier than it would have to, but nonetheless, they had a ~eason. Here are the Wildcats final Brent McCollough was the rusher for the Cats. Brent gained an average of 5.1 yards per also had nine rushing touch- Behind him was Scott Boden carries for yards per carry. Scott ~X rushing touchdowns for the He had 18 catches for a 88 yards off of five catches. Griffeth attempted 70 passes this season and com- for419~ with one inter- completion percent- touchdown passes. Jason ArasmAth also led all Cats with interceptions and fumble recoveries. He had three fumble recoveries, five interceptions of which two were re- turned for touchdowns. Jason Johnson had three fumble recoveries. Brent McCollough scored the most touchdowns for the Cats as he had 11. Jason Arasmith had eight and Scott Boden, six. The top tacklers for the Wildcats were Scott Boden, Jason Arasmlth, and Jamie McElroy. Boden led all with a total of 128 tackles, as he had 44 solo and 84 assisted. Arasmith had 34 solo and 61 assisted, while McElroy had 23 solo and 58 assisted. Seniors for the Wildcat football squad were as follows: Jason Arasmith, Jer- omy Ante, Darrell Anderson, Sam Bowles, Chad Griffeth, Bryan Rathbun, Jamie McElroy and Jimm Mac. This year's coaches were Mike Brown as head coach, Todd Bowman as assistant coach and Curt Pahls served in an assistant capacity. The Wildcats final record was four wins and six losses. Jewell High School December 1. STUCO Box Supper - 7 p.m. 4. Pep Rally - 2:45; BB at Glasco - 4:30 6. Jewell County Players Matinee - 2:30 7. Board of Education - 7 p.m. 10. BB Quad, Burr Oak - 7 p.m. 11. BB Quad, Burr Oak - 4 p.m. 12. BB Quad, Burr Oak - 6 p.m. 14. JHS Music Program 15. BB, Southern Cloud, here 4:30 p.m. 18. BB at St. John's - 5 p.m. 22. USD 279 Staff Christmas Party 23. School dismissed - 1:45; End of semester 24-Jan. 1 - Vacation KOCH AGRI SERVICES "Service is our goal" Jewell - 4_28-3621 / Burr Oak - 647-6661 / Esbon. 725-3073 Glen Elder - 545-3311 / Solomon Rapids - 738-5134 November 25, 1992 - The Jaw~ll Count~p Post. 9 White Rock freshmen place 4th in math relays White Rock High School scored among the top finishers in one team event and one individual event in the 1992 Fort Hays State University Math Relays held on Thursday, Nov. 19 in Hays. The Freshman team, consisting of Wayne Frost, Gerit German, and Peder Moluf, placed fourth among 41 teams competing in Event I, *Using Number Sense." Peder Moluf placed second among 97 individual freshmen partici- pants in Event 5, "Applications of Algc- bra and Arithmetic." Approximately 1,460 students from 55 high schools competed in this years FHSU Math Relays. Top finishers for large schools_ (4A-6A} were McPhersen, Salina, and Salina Central. Top finish- ers for the small schools (IA-3A) were Quinter, Tlpton, and Waconda East. Nineteen students represented White Rock High Shool at the 1992 FHSU Math Relays. Included were two seniors, Craig Dewey and EIliott Har- ris; five Juniors, Jami Boyles, Jerome Cool, Lisa Dethloff, J(x~h Kindler, and Kevin Ost; nine sophomores, Ronda Broeckelman, Barbara Dethloff, Heath Dewey, Jason Frasier, Philip Lambre- cht, Marshall Moluf, Ryan Pate, Corey Reinert, and Melanie Wilson; and three freshmen, Wayne Frost, Gerit Garman, and Peder Moluf. Each student will receive a certificate of participation" from FHSU in January. Lady Trojans defeat St. John's Blujays By Ky Oplinger giving a great effort and playing hard. I Thursday, Nov. 12, the crowd watched attentively while the Lady Trojans hustled on the court , full of energy and anticipating how their first game of the season would begin. The Trojans were all over the court. The final score for the B-team was 17-10 and the A-team finished 32-27. "For it being the first game of the season we weren't so much concerned about winning or losing as we were feel both teams did that. We made mistakes as will be the case at this level but we have the week to work on getting better and impmvlng," stated Coach Scheef. The Trojans next opponent will be Pike Valley. The game will be at Court- land on Thursday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. If you want to see some exciting games, come and support the Trojans next wee~ Goreham, Schlotterback receive Kansas University scholarships Susan Janette Goreham, Jewell is the recipient of the Elmer C. Rhoden foundation scholarship. Goreham is studying at the school of social welfare and KU. Goreham is the daughter of Cleta Mac Dalrymple. Mark Schlotterback, Mankato, is receiving the Mabel L and Marshall B. Flowers Scholarship. Schlotterback is a sophomore at the KU School of Medi- cine. His parents are Sarah Schlotter- back, Mankato, and William Sehlotter- back, Carbondale. That New York reputation for aggressiveness? Maybe there's truth to it after all - New York was the first state to celebrate an official Thanksgiving Day. Word is that the NewYorkere staged that first Thanksgiving Just because they wanted to be the first state in the union to do so. Of course, the idea wasn't totally original - the tradition of Thanksgiving was an import from England, which had traditionally celebrated the harvest season with Thanksgiving-like celebrations for centuries. USD 278 will conduct an open meeting on Monday, Nov. 30, 1992, at 7:30 p.m. in the Jr-Sr High Little Theater. The purpose of the meeting will be to present information regarding QPA and establishing the School Site Council. [ December [ 3. BB at White Rock, 5 p.m. 4. Pep Rally at JHS, 2:45 7. BB, Southern Cloud, here 5 p.m. Board of Education mtg. 7 p.m. 17. RMS Music Program - 7 p.m. 18. Kgt. Open House - 2p.m. 21. JES Music Program - 7 p.m. 22. USD 279 Staff Christmas Party 23. School dismissed 1:45 p.m. 24-Jan. 1 - Vacation Trojan Calendar RANDALL FARMERS CO-OP UNION RANDALL,/C4C~ | I