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Wed
03
Jan
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Mustangs finish 2nd at Holiday Tournament

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sutton Mustangs took the second-place spot in the David City High School Holiday Tournament Dec. 29-30, 2017.

Sutton first defeated David City 63-48, Friday, Dec. 29, before losing to David City Aquinas 50-35 Saturday, Dec. 30.

 

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Wed
27
Dec
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Mustangs win home-hosted dual invite

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Mustangs dominated their home-hosted dual tournament Tuesday, Dec. 19, before the holiday break. Sutton won all five duals to earn the champions title at the dual. Junior Lee Carlson, 120-pounds; senior Anton Carlson, 132-pounds; senior Chandler Stone, 152-pounds; and junior James Griess, 160-pounds, earned individual champions at their respective weight classes.

“I think we had some good performances,” Head Coach Ron Gerber said. “Of course, some weight classes are better than others against certain teams, but I think we wrestled well. It’s good to get exposure early, but there’s still a lot to work on and plenty of time to work on where we want to be in the next six weeks. We need to work on keeping our composure when things don’t go our way during a match.”

Wed
27
Dec
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Lady Cardinals fall to Doniphan-Trumbull

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Outscoring 18-6 and 20-7 in the first two quarters, and then outscoring 9-2 and 14-8 in the back half, Doniphan- Trumbull took the 61-23 win over the Harvard Lady Cardinals, Friday, Dec. 22.

Point leader for Harvard proved to be junior Breonna Julich, who made 13 points toward the Lady Cardinals’ 23 total points.

Also adding to the scoreboard were junior Jayleesa Wilkerson, six, and senior Shyanne Porter, four.

In the first half, D-T took the early lead, making 18 points to Harvard’s six in the first quarter. D-T secured their lead in the second quarter, making a huge jump in points, ending the first half, 38-13.

 

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Wed
20
Dec
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Cardinals continue to roll

Harvard boys improve to 6-1, holiday tourney at Hampton is Dec. 29-30

BY TORY DUNCAN

Harvard’s boys basketball team kept on their big roll to open the 2017-18 season, rolling to three wins this week, upending Dorchester 47-26, Osceola 41-27, and Heartland Lutheran 32-26, to improve to 6-1 on the year.

Sophomore Noah Okraska and senior Jayden Callahan led the Cards to the 21-point win over Dorchester, Tuesday, Dec. 12, as Okraska touched up the Longhorns for 14 points, while Callahan hit for 10.

 

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Wed
20
Dec
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Mustangs win Thunderbird Invite

Sutton earns four champions at the Johnson County Central Invite to take the team title

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sutton Mustangs took the top team spot at the Thunderbird Invite hosted at Johnson County Central Saturday, Dec. 16.

Sutton scored 195 points, 42 more points than second- place Louisville.

 

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Wed
13
Dec
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Mustangs third at Wood River challenge

Carlson, Hinrichs earn titles, remain unbeaten for Sutton wrestling team

BY TORY DUNCAN

Sutton junior Lee Carlson and freshman Joe Hinrichs kept their unbeaten string alive during action at the always-challenging Wood River Invitational, Friday, Dec. 8.

Carlson and Hinrichs led a group of seven medalists on the day, as the Mustangs finished third in the final team standings, scoring 140 points in all. Aquinas Catholic of David City held off second place Ord by one point, 201-200, to win the team title.

 

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Wed
13
Dec
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Red Raiders win Southern Valley Invite

Rempe, Rademacher earn individual gold, eight bring home hardware

BY TORY DUNCAN

Seniors Hunter Rempe and Colt Rademacher led a group of eight South Central medalists in action at the Southern Valley Invitational, Friday, Dec. 8. Rempe claimed gold in the 285-pound weight class with five pins to account for 34 of the Red Raiders 180 team points, while Rademacher tallied another 29 team points, with five wins in the 195-pound weight class, as the two Red Raider seniors helped South Central to the team title, outlasting second place Centura by five team points, outscoring the Centurions 180-175 for the win.

 

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Wed
06
Dec
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Sandy Creek starts season 1-2

The Cougars lose the first two games of the year, but win against David City Saturday

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sandy Creek girls’ basketball team started the season rough, with one win and two losses in the first week of winter sports.

The Cougars lost 55-38 to Wood River Thursday, Nov. 30, lost 53-42 against Centura Friday, Dec. 1, and beat David City 49-24 Saturday, Dec. 2.

 

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Wed
06
Dec
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Sutton, South Central go 1, 2

Mustangs take the first-place plaque at the Harvard Invitational Saturday

By JORDYN HULINSKY

All three county schools competed at the Harvard wrestling invitational Saturday. Sutton came out with five champions, two second-place finishes, two third-place finishes, and one fourth-place finish to take the team title at the invite. South Central was the runner-up of the invite, earning two champions, four second-place finishes, and one third-place finish. Harvard took one second-place medal, one third-place medal and one fourth-place medal.

 

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Wed
29
Nov
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Four Clay County athletes representing in college sports

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

Two former Sandy Creek students and two former Harvard students are continuing their athletic careers at college this winter sports season.

Brendan Lipovsky, a 2015 Sandy Creek graduate, is part of the University of Nebraska at Omaha men’s basketball team for his junior year this season.

Logan Searle, also a 2015 Sandy Creek graduate, is on the University of Nebraska-Kearney’s wrestling team for his sophomore season.

Jennifer Callahan, a 2015 Harvard graduate, is on Hastings College’s women’s basketball team for her junior season.

Cassie Roberts, a 2017 Harvard graduate, joins the York College women’s basketball team for her freshman year this season.

 

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