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Wed
21
Jun

Cardinal air raid event is July 29

The Harvard football team will be hosting a 5-on-5 flag football tournament in conjunction with the 12th annual Harvard Veteran’s Memorial Car Show on Saturday, July 29.

The Cardinal Air Raid Passing Tournament, as it is being called, is a 5-on-5 flag football event.

 

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Wed
21
Jun

Sutton juniors at 10-4 after tournament

Post #61 Juniors win two of four games in loaded field of Class A and B teams in Hastings

After a two game split early last week, with the Hastings Juniors and the Shelton-Gibbon squad, the Sutton Junior Legion baseball team headed into a big challenge of sorts this past weekend, taking on a load of Class A and B teams in the Hastings Junior Legion tournament, held at Smith Field and Duncan Field in Hastings

Sutton opened up the tournament with an 8-0 blanking of Hastings on Friday, June 16, and added to its win total Saturday, June 17, with an 8-1 win over Gering during the first game of a twin bill Saturday in Hastings.

 

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Wed
14
Jun

SC basketball camp held in May

Elementary students at Sandy Creek took part in a basketball camp, held by the high school boys basketball team the week of May 22-26. Pictured, in front, from the left is: John Skalka, Christian Shaw, Alex Watts, Wyatt Hemberger, Kamerin Sealey and Jackson Gerdes. In the second row, from the left: Sam Watts, Jacob Petr, Ethan Shaw, Jack Watts, Dax Shipley and Keaton Corman. In the back row, from the left: Camp Helper Brock Sutton, Drake Lally, Zachery Corman, and Camp Helper Austin Wilson.

 

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Wed
14
Jun

Sutton juniors slide past Overton, SOS

Post #61 Juniors improve to 7-1, win gutsy wins at DLD Park Sunday afternoon

Sunday afternoon brought on a double header of sorts for the Sutton Post 61 Juniors, as the locals hosted both Overton and Stromsburg- Osceola-Shelby (SOS) at DLD Park.

The opener of the day nearly brought on Sutton’s second loss of the year as the Overton Bandits, behind a ninerun second inning, nearly pulled off the upset. A steady come-back attempt by Sutton produced a seven run sixth inning, to lift Sutton to a 15-14 win, while in game two, Sutton used a four-run sixth inning to steal a 6-4 win from the visiting SOS Juniors, as Post 61 improved to 7-1 on the year.

Wed
07
Jun

Sutton seniors down Fairbury, Pleasant Dale

Coming off of their big tournament win in Alma May 27 and 28, the Sutton Senior Legion baseball team rattled off two more big wins during early action, claiming a 7-2 win on the road over Fairbury May 30, followed by a 3-1 squeeker over Pleasant Dale, in the home confines of DLD Park in Sutton.

The wins improved the Post 61 Seniors to 6-1, leading into a Sunday night game with Dannebrog-Cairo- Boelus (DCB) in Boelus.

The trip to Fairbury would start a little shaky for the Sutton crew May 30, as both teams remained scoreless through the first four innings of play, before Fairbury claimed a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the fifth inning on a pair of singles.

Sutton came to full life in the top of the sixth inning however, exploding for all seven of their runs in the frame.

 

Wed
07
Jun

Edgar Dice Run has great turnout Sunday

The 12th annual American Legion Riders Dice Run, hosted by the Edgar American Legion Post, welcomed a huge turnout for the annual event, with 222 bikes taking part in the event held, June 4.

The dice run, which is similar to a traditional motorcycle poker run, but instead of cards, the dice run format features riders picking up beads at designated stops.

When each rider returned to the Edgar American Legion Club, each rider rolled dice multiple times, with the total of their dice helping to decide the top three winners in the annual event.

This year’s winners of the dice run included first place recipient Jason Merryman of Hastings.

Merryman scored 110 points, while second place winner Jeff Schriner of Orleans scored 109 points. Edgar’s Kalen Shuck finished third overall scoring 106 points.

 

Wed
31
May

Wilber blanks Sutton seniors

Opening night action for the Sutton Senior Legion baseball team at DLD Park in Sutton proved to be a hearty challenge, with the Wilber Seniors posting an 8-0 win over Post #61.

In the loss, Wilber outhit Sutton, 10-2, with Chandler Stone leading the way, with a double in two at bats. Jacob Griess singled in the loss to account for the two Sutton hits in the loss.

 

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Wed
31
May

Sutton rules Alma tournament

Post 61 outscores opponents 38-7 to win wood bat title Sunday

After coming off a tough 8-0 season opening loss to the Wilber Seniors on May 15, the Sutton Post #61 Seniors found their groove during action this past weekend at the Alma Wood Bat tournament, held Saturday and Sunday, May 27 and 28.

In all, Sutton outscored their four opponents by 31 total runs, to improve to 4-1 on the season.

 

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Wed
24
May

Pajaron leads Cards in Omaha

Harvard exchange student leaves his mark on state track meet

Adrian Pajaron’s year as a Harvard Cardinal was capped off with a stellar performance in action at the 2017 Nebraska state track and field championships in Omaha this past weekend.

Pajaron, an exchange student from Madrid, Spain, and living with the Mike and Janel Nierman, made his presence know in Omaha during the two-day state meet.

 

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Wed
24
May

Mustangs 9th at state track

Relays, Peterson, Leach lead Sutton boys at state track meet

Mother Nature had a firm grip over the Omaha Metro area and much of Nebraska over the past weekend, but specifically, at Burke Stadium in Omaha, the weather did little to distract the Sutton boys track team, as the 4x800 and 4x400-meter relay teams battled strong. Tanner Peterson and Trevor Leach added to the final team tally for the Mustangs, as Sutton finished ninth in the final team standings, scoring 21 points, to finish in the top 10.

Norfolk Catholic outscored second place Thayer Central and Central City, as the Knights tallied 57.5 team points, while the Titans and Bison tied for second, with 37 points

 

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