Sports

Wed
12
Apr

Overturf, Drudik lead Sutton shooters

Anderson wins 18-19 yard handicap title during April 8 shoot at Crooked Creek Gun Club

Emily Overturf and Derek Drudik led the Sutton girls and boys trap teams during week three of the conference shooting season, held at the Crooked Creek Gun Club, west of Stockham, this past Saturday, April 8.

Overturf led the girls team, hitting on 85 of 100 total targets, while Drudik guided the boys team, also hitting on 85 of 100 total targets.

Overturf was 46-50 from the opening 16-yard mark, then hit on 39 of 50 targets from the 23-yard handicap mark.

Drudik connected on 41 of 50 targets from the 16-yard spot, but followed that up by hitting on 44 of 50 targets from the 21-yard handicap mark.

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Wed
12
Apr

HPS girls fall just short of team gold at Franklin

Four points separated the Blue Hill and Harvard girls track teams in the final standings at the Franklin Invitational, held April 4.

The Lady Bobcats, in the end, held a 106.5-104.5 scoring edge to claim the Franklin title.

In all, the Lady Cardinals gained 11 medals on the track and brought home another seven medals in field event action.

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Wed
05
Apr

Drudik, Nuss lead Sutton trap teams

Senior’s Derek Drudik and Kayla Nuss led the Sutton trap teams this past Saturday in action during week two of the conference season for the local teams.

Drudik hit on 86 of 100 total targets, making 42 of 50 from the 16-yard singles mark, while going 44-50 from the 21- yard mark during handicap shooting.

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Wed
05
Apr

Lipovsky, Kuta lead Lady Cougars in Hebron

Junior Coree Lipovsky and senior Addison Kuta were the lone individuals to score for the Sandy Creek girls track team in action at the Thayer Central Invite, held Thursday, March 30.

Lipovsky, in a challenging field of throwers, placed third in the shot put with her 40’ 6.75” throw.

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Wed
05
Apr

Sutton dominates at TC

Mustangs outscore second place Fairbury by 43 points, 130-87

The Sutton Mustangs continued their dominating ways this track season, rolling to second team title in three meets.

The Mustangs earned team gold at the Doane Indoor meet to open the season, and if team scores had been kept at the Sutton Invite, March 21, Sutton would have certainly claimed team gold a week ago.

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Wed
29
Mar

Lady Cardinals earn four gold medals at Sutton Invite

The season opening track and field meet for the Harvard girls track team proved to be a big success, as the Lady Cardinals returned home from the Sutton Invitational, held March 21, with three gold medals on the track and another in field event action.

Junior Shayanne Porter earned two of the three gold medals in the 100 and 200-meter dash events, and then teamed up with Cassie Roberts, Carleigh Novak and Hannah Fields to claim top honors in the 4x400-meter relay, while in the field, sophomore Jaylessa Wilkerson topped the discus.

TRACK EVENTS

Porter edged out Heartland’s Taylor Quiring in both the short sprints, winning the 100-meter dash by nearly two-tenths of a second over Quiring, with a winning time of 13.28 seconds. Quiring finished in 13.42 seconds.

The 200 would see the Harvard junior gain the title with a winning time of 28.39 seconds, nearly five-tenths of a second ahead of Quiring.

Wed
29
Mar

Wiseman, Calkins, relays pace Fillies at home meet March 21

Under cool and breezy conditions, the Sutton Fillies hosted the opening outdoor meet of the season for the Fillies, March 21, with the six-team, Sutton Invitational. Senior Kailyn Wiseman, along with the Fillies’ 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams, paced the day for the Fillies, while in the field, senior Makyah Calkins had a strong day in the two throwing events.

TRACK EVENTS

Wiseman claimed the lone gold medal of the day for Sutton, winning the 300 meter low hurdles with a time of 50.07 seconds, outrunning second place Macy Gustafson of Osceola, who hit the finish line in a time of 51.61 seconds.

Wiseman also helped both medal winning relay teams for the Fillies. Wiseman, along with Gina Osterhaus, Alyssa Schurman and Clara Burgmans, placed second in the 4x400-meter relay with a time of 4:38.39. Harvard would claim gold in the four-lap relay, with a winning time of 4:30.39.

Wed
22
Mar

Mustangs win Doane indoor title

Sutton track team paced by three gold medal performances to start the 2017 season in Crete

Two gold medals on the track by the Mustangs’ Nathan Hohensee and the Sutton 4x400-meter relay team, along with a gold medal performance by Seth George in the high jump, helped to lead the Sutton boys track team to a gold medal finish in the 2017 Doane Indoor Track and Field meet, held Friday, March 17, in Crete.

Sutton held off the Crusaders of Grand Island Central Catholic by a point and a half for the team title, outscoring GICC, 77-75.5.

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Wed
22
Mar

Hofmann family honored

The family of the late Bill Hofmann, who passed away after a fall on his farm on Nov. 5, 2016, was honored by the Sutton Wrestling Club during Saturday’s youth tournament. Sutton head wrestling coach, Ron Gerber pictured in the top photo, at the right, shares the honor from the local club with Hofmann’s son, Brandon and daughter his daughter Kristen Jerred, along with his son-in-law Regan Jerred.

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Wed
22
Mar

Fun on the Mats

Sutton’s annual youth wrestling tournament brought hundreds of kids from all over the area to Sutton Saturday. In the photo above, former Sutton state champion Tyler Bailey has fun with a couple of the little guys hitting the mats. At the left, Cale Nuss has a strong grip on his opponent in this match.

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