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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, December 25, 2003 0 I II S II I Rock's Nick Mizner (13) grabs the rebound in Friday night's action at Burr Oak. Mizner, Jim German (30) and had boxed out the Wildcats. The Eagles defeated Jewel172-31. Mizner scored 10 points for the Eagles. Cougars beat Central Cougars Mankato Cougars beat the and Grove were good for 12 points Central Cougars 65-58 Friday at Mankato and the Mankato '.halked up a 50-34 win over the girls. the boys' game, Cortney the Mankato scoring with 21 points. Aaron Zadina with 14 points and Nick gures with 11. Webb was good for 8 points, 6 and Stuart Jensen 5. Central had four players in figures led by June with 16 r followed with 14. Frager Emergency groups complete exercise A Hazardous Material Functional Exercise was completed with 21 indi- viduals from various emergency orga- nizations in Jewell County. boys beat Heights, lose gars defeated the Heights Mustangs 64-42 at t Dec. 16 but the Mankato girls defeated 56-41. ihe boys' game, Stuart Jensen led with 22 points.and Aaron na followed with 20. Trenton was in double figures with 10 Colson and Greg Zadina were for 4 points each. Daniel Badger Flavin each added 2 points. leading scorers for the Mus- were Rose and Lowe with 11 each. Wisinger followed with the girls game. Mankato leading Harris with 12 Jeffery followed with Jensen was good for led the Lady Mustangs 28 points followed by Haskett 13, Jones with 9 and Harger with [ankato Auto Parts and , Automotive 414 E. South St. Mankato, Ken. 66956 785-378-3187 M=y all your d~Nmll ~ trt~D dudr~l this most maikutl selc)n. Eldon & Delilah Pate & FERTILIZER Kan. * 785-725-3073 each. Koss and Lehman each accounted for 2. In the girls' game Cortney Jeffery led Mankato scoring with 16 points followed by Nicole Jeffery with 14. Abby Newell accounted for 6 points. The group was given scenario and all departments worked together to solve the problem. Organizations represented were Mankato and Burr Oak Fire Depart- White Rock boys defeat Shickley, girls lose The White Rock Eagles soared over the Shickley Longhorns 74-33 Dec. 16 at Shickley but the Shickley gills beat the Lady Eagles 61-32. The Eagles had four players in double figures led by Caleb Frasier : with 18 points. Nick Mizncr, Brant Beam and Justin Hajny followed with 14, 12 and 11 points respectively. Jim German accounted for 6 points, Chad Modlin 5 and Stuart Boyles 4. Josh bird and Chris Hancock each scored 2 points. The S hickley Longhorns were paced by Schulz with 12 points. Brinkman followed with 8 points. Carlson was good for 5 points and Troyer had 4. Capek and Schweitzer each scored 2 points., In the girls' game, Malanie Kriley scored 14 points to lead the Lady ~ggeteS. Lauren Jeffery had 6 points, la German 5 and Meggie Michels 3. Megan Boyles and Rachel Duffy each accounted for 2 points. Zauha led Shickley in scoring with 17 points. Brinkman followed With 13 points for the Lady 'Longhorns. Ka. Kennell scored 11 points and Schweitzer had 10. Schwm~cndruber and Ki. Kennell each accounted for 4 points and Dowdy had 2. White Rock boys, girls defeat Jewell Wildcats The White Rock Eagles soared over the Jewell Wildcats Ft2day night at Burr Oak by a score of 72-31. The Lady Eagles squeezed out a 38-36 win over the Lady Cats. In the boys' game, White Rock had four players in double figures led by Caleb Frasier with 18 points. Brant Beam, Justin Hajny and Nick Mizner followed with 13, 12 and'L0 points respectively. Chris Hancock accounted ifor 6 points. Stuart Boyles aud Jason Shipley each had 4. Josh Bird and Kyle Ord were each good for 2 points and Jim Gaman hit a free throw. Jacob Greene led the Jewell Wild" cats with 7 points. Jesse Williams and Caleb Ramsey followed with 6 points each. Josh Smith had 5. Zach Colson, Ty Slate and Matt Winkei each ac- counted for 2 points. Craig Duskie hit a free throw. In the girls game, Malanie Kriley, with 12 points, was the only Lady Eagle in double, figures. Meggie Michels and Lanren Jeffery were each Jewea Lady Cats 57, Southem Cloud 40 The Jewell Lady Wildcats beat the Southern Cloud girls 57-40 Dec. 16 at Glasco. Jewell had three players in 'double figures led by Ashley Lienberger with 15 points. Amy Waterman followed with 14 points and Lisa Schwerman had 10. Darcie Gibson was good for 8 points. Megan Wilson and Kris BoRe each scored 5 points. Banks led the scoring for Southern Cloud with 13 points and Darnell fol- lowed with I 1. Pearce,Tyler and Marby each scored 4 points. Schultze and Wisbey accounted for 2 points each. If you must travel during threaten- ing winter weather, make sure you have a well-stocked survival kit in your vehicle. Advisor Leo Zadina, Region 13 emergency management director, advises drive carefully and if you are White Rock's Angela Garman (12) keeps the defense tight on the Jewell dribbler in action Fdday night at Burr Oak. The White Rock Lady Eagles beat the Jewell gids 38-36. Alexander takes 1st Jordyn Alexander, 9, daughter of Wiley and Bert Alexander, Washing- ton. took first place in the 8-9 year old division of the Kansas City Chief's NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Team cham- pionships at Kansas City. She received a plaque and team jersey for winning with a total distance of over 180 feet. Jordyn advanced after winning the local PPK in Palmer, then the sectional competition in Concordia. Her total godd for g points. Angela German trapped in your vehicle during a bliz- ments, Jewell County EMS, Jewell scored 5 point.C, Rachel Duffy 3 and zard, stay in your ear and don't panic. JennaLee HarrisandTaylarElkins each Megan Boyles 2. Stay calm and help normally will at- County Law Enforcement, Emergency Emil Bur ess and Darc,e Gnbson 'f ~~~ ~ scored 4 points and Tami Roesti, Sara Preparedness committee members, y g - ave in a few hours. Christie and Brandi Jensen accounted Jewell County Health Devartment, eachscored7pointsfortheLadyWild- -~__ ' for 2 points each. Jewell County Road and Bdcige repre- cats. Ashley Lienberger and Amy .Life is short. Eat more pancakes , Gallion paced the North Central sentatives; Jewell County Hospital; Watermanfollowedwith6poilatseach. scoring with 11 followed .by Frager Jewell County dispatchers and Jew=eli ~Lisa Schwerman and Kris Bolte-ea~eh with 10. Fiser scored 7 points. Grover, County elected officials. -,,--~bred-5 points. - K. Sinn and C. Sinn each scored 2 gency Preparedness coordinator. I~--.f~ ~1~ ~ I points. DonSnyderisJewellCountyEmer- I /'AP"/'~,~, e4,~,~ I ," " o CHRISTMAS! / II HaveA I n theSpi"t / IlSPA"XLS"OIS of the EA~/~N| am, kdiday m.i. season..'/Eve'~~'her~,i~~"g tln I Me;~ Christina I l your Christmas delivers I [ ~"' * I Wherever youso, we wish May we allsham the ' in every wav. , , Wishing you lots of smiles and , you a woHd of happiness this Jand Hfippy' New Yearl warmth of loving and l " e r " t - ur I I laughter, throughout the holidays ! " holiday s~sonl , I _ I | vy app ecla e yo I | andafted Than~ for giving us s I am--,,- I Wnlson A qencvl giving at this blessed ~oosing us I I much to ,mile about this year. I Burr umm / time of gear. . ,qo~n,~ WdaW~k~/d II " " .... I Woldi u MELBY | " andJeffCay/or [[John W. Slemcker, DDSl n. I ~A~ If~,L~l:I ,p~ I ~ I I 123 N. Commercial SL I Darrell and Nancy McCorkle. MORTUARY / ww~sm~sUl I I Mankato, Kan. 66956 I [ J[ ~ hmgyouaverymerry 402 Noah High Street Disposal, . 785-378-3103 I Burr Oak, Ken. 78r~47-656~ Uankato, Kan. Mankato, Kan. holiday season. Midway Co-op Ph0ne:~, R R785"378"3211 785-378-3937 We appreciate your Bevator. F_: 7,.5-378-3708 7 - --", ~,. , ~ - patronage, ,~~,,U~7~31~6 .~r ~; g.an1785.647.6661 NOTICE! MERRY CHRIS~IASand CO'~ HAPPY NEW YEAR! ~e Statien The Jewell County Courthouse Darrell, Matt & Cheryl ,aankat0,Kan. 785-378-3223 will close to the ubli(: P i , Wednesday, E)ec. 31 to complete I [ year-end book work. Thank you l for your cooperation. '!, ! I ! II I ,,. May your b~art b# fiyf=l, and your spirit lifted, as ~.~ cddrrate the miracle of Christmas. Have not I courage; be not afraid, Lord ~hy God/s with thee ":i*, .Joshua 1:9 3 Wishing you = bl=.~l holiday. Red Cloud, Neb. 402-746-2500 distance at Concordia was 170 feet six inches. Once all 32 teams have completed their team championships, the scorers will be ranked and the top four finish- ers nationwide in each age group will receive an all-expense paid trip for three to the AFC playoff game in Janu- ary. The winners should find out after the Dec. 22 game. Jordyn is the granddaughter of Newell and Doris Alexander, Man- kato. 'TIs the season for us to say. "Hope you enjoy a grand holtdayY Hay It be filled with joy and ontentment~ Along with laughter and love and old-fashioned sentiment! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year/ Susan, Sandy, Mary and Mei ~y Cb~lsra~ Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3137 ,o.Heartland Bank ._