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Wed
10
Jul
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Sutton Seniors edge Geneva Sunday

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Sutton’s Dusty Stone (24) slides in under this tag at second base during Sunday night’s 5-2 win over Geneva at DLD Park. Stone was 2-3 with a double and two runs scored in the win.

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Nathan Drudik charts a hit in Sutton’s three-run win over Geneva Sunday. Drudik went 1-3 overall in the win.

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Two runs in the opening frame and three added runs in the fifth inning would propel the Sutton Senior Legion baseball team to a 5-2 win, putting Sutton back on the winning track, following a double header split with Geneva Sunday. With the win, Sutton improved to 16-9 on the year.

Dusty Stone and Paxton Olson led Sutton at the plate, as both were 2-3, with Stone driving in two runs, while recording a double and a single, while Olson gained a pair of singles in the win.

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Wed
10
Jul
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Sutton takes two from York July 2

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The Sutton Seniors took their second double header sweep of the season over the York Seniors on Tuesday, July 2, as Sutton blanked York 8-0 in the opening clash, before holding off a late York rally in the second tilt and scoring six runs in the eighth inning to post a 12-6 win in York.

Sutton wasted little time to jump out to an early 5-0 lead in the opening game, scoring four runs in the first frame, while adding one run in the second.

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Wed
03
Jul
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More than 100 turn out for Run For a Resident

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Winners of the 5K run/walk are, in back, from left: Larry Joe, 61 years and above, second; Samuel Griess, 13 to 60 years, second; Dave Johnson, 61 years and above, first; Mitchell Lichti, 13 to 60 years, third; and Luke Phillips, 13 to 60 years, first. In front, from left: Brenda Manning, 61 years and above, third, Lathem Schumm, 12 years and under, second, and Taryn Thieszen, 12 years and under, first. Not pictured: Kaitlyn Bottorf, 12 years and under, third.

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Winners of the one mile run/walk are, in back, from left: 61 years and above—Kathy Nollette, first, Kathy Douglas, second, Ruth Huber, third (pictured with Huber is Simeon Huber); 13 to 60 years—Daniel Casteneda, first, Brian Richards, second, and Maggie Casteneda, third. In front, from left: 12 years and under—Adam Lukert, first, Ella Eggleston, second, and Ben Bampbell, third.

More than 100 turn out for Run For a Resident

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Wed
26
Jun
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Sutton Seniors win 2 of 3

The Sutton Senior Legion baseball team claimed two of three wins this past week, taking care of business against Fairbury and Geneva, before being handed a six-run loss to Grand Island Sunday afternoon.

In action at DLD Park June 19, Sutton scored three runs in each of the first, second, fourth and sixth innings, to post a 12-4 win over Fairbury.

Nathan Drudik, Garrett Nuss and Will Reeson pounded out two hits each in the eight-run win, as Drudik was 2-2, while Nuss and Reeson were both 2-4 with a single and a double each to lead Sutton.

 

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Wed
26
Jun
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Glenvil kicks off summer with kickball

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RITA BRHEL | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

About 25 youth joined in a community kickball game on June 20 at Glenvil’s ballfield, cooling off later with root beer floats. Here, Caillee League tosses the ball in during an inning of kickball.

 

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Wed
26
Jun
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SCH hosting Run/Walk For a Resident June 29

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Sutton Community Home will host a “Run/Walk For a Resident,” as a fundraiser for the proposed new Sutton Community Home facility as a benefit to the Sutton Community Home Foundation.

The race, which begins at 7:45 a.m., this Saturday, starting at the home.

The fees are $20 for a onemile fun run/walk and $25 to participate in the 5k. All paid entries will receive a T-shirt and goodie bag.

 

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Wed
19
Jun
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Post 61 takes pair from Silver Creek

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Sutton’s Dusty Stone slides into third base safely during Sutton’s first game 11-4 win over Silver Creek. Sutton added a 1-0 win in game two to improve to 7-5 on the year.

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The Sutton Senior Legion baseball team took a double header sweep from the Silver Creek Seniors at DLD Park, Wednesday, June 12, winning the opening game in a big way, 11-4, before having to battle to sweep the visitors with a narrow 1-0 victory in the nightcap.

Ty Skalka manned the pitchers mound in game one of the double header, throwing a strong complete game in seven innings on the mound.

Skalka recorded six strikeouts and walked just three, while allowing two hits and the four Silver Creek runs in the top of the third inning.

 

 

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Wed
19
Jun
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York Juniors outlast Fairfield Juniors in an 11-9 thriller Sunday

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MELISSAWHITEFOOT | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Fairfield catcher Jason Brockman looks toward third base during this pickle play Sunday against York as Brayton Jarosik looks on. York would defeat Fairfield 11-9 in a close battle.

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In a wild outing Sunday afternoon, the York Junior Legion baseball team broke an 8-8 tie in the top half of the seventh inning to outlast the Fairfield Juniors 11-9 with a 3-1 edge in the final inning.

The high scoring affair was equally as impressive in the batters box, as the two teams combined for 31 total hits, with York gaining 18 hits, including four doubles and 12 singles. Fairfield tagged the York pitching for 13 singles and nine runs batted in.

In the first, after York took a 2-0 lead, Wynn Wilmot scored on a Toby Turman single to set the game at a 2-1 score.

 

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Wed
12
Jun
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Carlson is captain of all-star squad

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Lee Carlson, a 2019 graduate of Sutton High School, had a banner day Saturday as one of four captains for the Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association all-star duals held at Grand Island Senior High School. Carlson controlled Thayer Central’s Damien Stewart 14-5 to help Carlson’s blue squad earn a 21-14 dual win over their red squad counterparts.

 

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Wed
12
Jun
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Sutton Seniors cruise past York

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Dusty Stone gained a single on this hit in Sutton’s opening game win over York to help Sutton improve to 5-5 on the year with the two-game sweep of York.

The Sutton Senior Legion baseball team gained a pair of big wins, as the Post #61 seniors finally were able to appear in front of the home crowd at DLD Park in Sutton.

The Sutton crew claimed a big double header win over the York-Cornerstone senior June 5, taking the opening game 10-2, before claiming game two, 6-2.

Garrett Bonnell, by way of a complete game effort on the mound, would allow five York hits and two walks, while gaining five strikeouts in the two-run shut down of the visitors. Bonnell threw 88 pitches to get the win.

Sutton and York faced a 1-1 tie after the first inning, before Sutton came to life in the second frame to plate five runs and gain a 6-1 edge.

York cut the lead to 6-2 in the third, before a three-run fourth pushed the locals to a 9-2 lead before finishing off York with one run in the sixth inning to post the eight-run win.

 

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