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Wed
10
Oct
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Cards remain unbeaten

Harvard earns 54-point victory over Red Cloud Friday

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Harvard Cardinals hold their stand as one of only a few undefeated teams in six-man football after defeating Red Cloud 60-6 Friday evening.

The Cards, along with Hay Springs, Hyannis and Wilcox- Hildreth, head into the final two games of the regular season with a perfect 6-0 record.

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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Mustangs overpower Cougars, 62-0

By ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Within the first 15 seconds of the Sandy Creek versus Sutton game Friday, sophomore Quenton Jones scored a touchdown for the Mustangs.

The quick feet and powerful offense for the Mustangs continued, pushing them to a 62-0 blanking of the Cougars.

 

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Wed
03
Oct
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Sutton shoots down Stars 36-0

Mustangs record fourth shutout of season at Class C-1 Kearney Catholic

BY TORY DUNCAN

It’s no secret that defense has been a strong suit for the Sutton Mustangs this season, as the Mustangs recorded their fourth shutout win of the 2018 campaign. Sutton traveled to Kearney Catholic High School Sept. 28, and handed the Class C-1 Stars a 36-0 thumping to improve to 5-1 on the season.

It proved to be the first shutout loss for the Stars since a 42-0 blanking at Hastings St. Cecilia on Sept. 3, 2010.

Sutton held Kearney Catholic to a mere 135 yards of total offense, while the Mustang offense scorched the Stars for 455 total yards in the win.

Starting quarterback Jackson Perrien sliced up the Kearney Catholic defense on a 36-yard touchdown sprint with 7 minutes to go to lift Sutton to an 8-0 lead, following a Brett Simonsen twopoint conversion run in the first quarter.

 

Wed
03
Oct
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Top ranked Cardinals blitz Red Hornets on the road

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Harvard Cardinals improved their record to 5-0 on the season with an 82-32 victory over Heartland Lutheran Friday evening, but this time with a different game.

The team, known for its rushing efforts, changed things up to show off the passing game this week. “So far this season, we’ve been running the ball a lot and we’ve found a groove that way,” Head Coach Scott Trimble said. “This week we wanted to come out and show our throwing to give that game some reps. We want to give other teams more to think about when they think of us.”

The Cards completed 8 of 10 passes for 176 yards against Heartland Lutheran, but added an additional 279 yards of rushing on 27 carries.

 

 

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Wed
03
Oct
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Lady Cards now 7-7 on the season

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Harvard Cardinals are on a winning streak as they defeated two opponents at home Tuesday and earned a road-victory against Heartland Lutheran Friday.

HARVARD WINS 2 AT HOME

The Lady Cards beat Wilcox- Hildreth in two sets, 25-18 and 25-22, before earning a three-set victory against Silver Lake. Silver Lake won the first set before Harvard responded for the second and third set wins.

 

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Wed
26
Sep
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Cardinals blast Lewiston 75-19

BY TORY DUNCAN

The top ranked Harvard Cardinals wasted little time to take full control of Friday nights’ parents’ night celebration against the Lewiston Tigers, as the Cardinals scored five touchdowns in a matter of the first 6 minutes, to spring the men in red and black to 4-0 on the season with a 75-19 win against the Tigers.

Harvard, by the end of the first quarter alone, would roll to a 54-0 lead and eventually coast to the 56-point win in front of the Cardinals’ home crowd.

 

 

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Wed
26
Sep
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Mustangs shut out D-T, 38-0, in homecoming game

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sutton Mustangs rebounded from the first loss of the season in Centennial Sept. 14 by shutting out the previously undefeated Doniphan- Trumbull Cardinals in the Mustangs’ homecoming game Sept. 21.

Sutton established the pace of the game with two TDs in the first quarter. The first came via quarterback Jackson Perrien’s rush over the TD line as the clock read 7 minutes, 6 seconds in the first quarter. He added the points after with his feet as well to put the Mustangs up 8-0.

Senior Brett Simonsen accounted for the second TD with 2:15 left in the first quarter. Sophomore Cade Wiseman ran in the two extra to extend Sutton’s lead to 16-0 after the first quarter.

 

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Wed
19
Sep
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Cards, Red Raiders compete at FC

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Harvard Cardinals and the South Central Unified Red Raiders competed at the large Fillmore Central Invite, Thursday, Sept. 13. The Red Raiders also competed at the Adams Central meet Tuesday, Sept. 11.

 

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Wed
19
Sep
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Fillies fourth at Fillmore Central

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Fillies went 1-2 at the Fillmore Central Invite Saturday. Sutton first defeating Wilber-Clatonia in two sets, 26-24 and 25-22, before falling to Hastings St. Cecilia in two, 25-5 and 25-15, which landed the Fillies in the third/fourth-place match.

There the Fillies fell to Milford, 25-20 and 25-12, to finish fourth in the tournament.

In three games, the Fillies earned eight ace serves, 41 kills, 15 blocks, 35 assists and 51 digs.

 

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Wed
12
Sep
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Cardinals earn thriller over Palmer, 1 win at St. Ed tourney

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Harvard Cardinals earned their second win of the season in spectacular fashion Thursday evening in front of the home crowd against a Class C-2 opponent.

“With (Thursday’s) game being our home opener, I told the girls that this was our house,” Head Coach Kevin Medrano said. “We needed to play hard to protect our home court. The girls played the part. Our home crowd definitely added a lot of energy in to our game, cheering for us and supporting us point-by-point.”

 

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