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10
Aug
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Nunnenkamp, Friesen Win at KAM...

Jadyn Friesen, driver of the 2F, sponsored by Friesen Ford of Aurora, finished in first place during the Junior Sprint division at KAM Raceway in Hastings, while Dawson Nunnenkamp, driver of the 14T, sponsored by Friesen Chevrolet of Sutton, also dominated the M&K 600cc Wingless Sprints division, also on Friday, Aug. 5. Nunnenkamp moved up to the Wingless division and is the youngest driver of the division, and has already claimed three wins this season.      

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10
Aug
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Mcglovin’, My Middle Name is ‘M’ Win Tournament Titles

A weekend of comfortable temperatures and great fun was had this past weekend in Sutton as nine teams invaded Sutton’s DLD Park in remembrance of the late Travis Carpenter, as the 14th Annual Travis Carpenter Memorial Co-ed Softball Tournament was held. Of the nine teams, four played in the A-Division after one team dropped out of the tournament unexpectedly, while five more teams participated in the B-Division of the tournament. Funds are raised for local scholarships, as well as helping to benefit local youth activities and local organization through the generous gifts and donations, as well as entry fees into the tournament.     

Wed
03
Aug
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KAM Raceway Results

RACE RESULTS - FRIDAY, JULY 29 

Jr. 1 Karts - A Feature: 1) 17M Logan Miles, North Platte, NE; 2) 2L Trevor Cohn, North Platte, NE; 3) 31M Landen Miles, North Platte, NE; 4) 15 Emma Steinkruger, Upland, NE; 5) 83 Tucker Stevens; 6) 95 Hunter Englehardt; 7) 21 Jacob Lansford, Franklin, NE. Clone Karts - A Feature: 1) 33 Mark Senff, Grand Island, NE; 2) 91s Chad Smith, Grand Island, NE; 3) 6 Kent Arnold, Grand Island, NE; 4) 1 Noah Wilsey, Grand Island, NE; 5) 11 Virgil Andrews, Grand Island, NE. Jr. Sprints - A Feature: 1) 4 Marshall Humphrey, Giltner, NE; 2) 62k Kaden Fritz, Waverly, NE; 3) 2F Jadyn Freisen, Sutton, NE.

 

Wed
03
Aug
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Running for the People

Runners of all ages set sail on the seventh annual Harvard United Church of Christ’s 5K and one mile run/walk Saturday morning as part of the annual Harvard Memorial Car Show. Runners helped the Harvards UCC raise funds to benefit the People Project of Harvard.

 

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Wed
27
Jul
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Sutton is Class C State Runner-Up

After coming off the miracle come-from-behind win over West Point, the Sutton Juniors used a five-run surge to overcome a 4-1 deficit in the top half of the seventh inning, to eventually win, 6-5. This propelled the Sutton Juniors into the Class C state championship series, where Post #61 would have to beat Wilber in two games to claim the state title. Wilber, who handed Sutton a 5-0 loss, as the Sutton crew’s only loss in the double elimination tournament at Tri County’s Cody Park, would be the team to beat in the state title series, played Wednesday, July 20.
 
 
Wed
20
Jul
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Sutton Staves O Elimination

The Sutton Juniors bounced back after a tough 5-0 loss at the hands of Wilber in round two of the Class C State Junior Legion baseball tournament to throttle the Wood River Juniors in an elimination game, winning 8-0 Monday afternoon at Tri County. Sutton’s stealthy catcher Chandler Stone shredded Wood River pitcher Jimmy Rojas for three hits in four at bats, while Garrett Nuss drove in two of Sutton’s three first inning runs to collect two of Sutton’s four RBI’s in the win.
 
Wed
20
Jul
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Sutton Juniors Edge Atkinson 5-3

Coming off a challenging end to the Area-6 District tournament, where Sutton would battle back for a 4-1 win in game two of the championships series over Shelton-Gibbon, Sutton took their talent to the 2016 Class C State Junior Legion baseball tournament, played at Cody Park near Tri County High School, just south of DeWitt, NE. In the opening round, Sutton took on what Sutton coach Brian Bonnell called an Atkinson team that had put up big numbers throughout the season and district play.
 
Wed
13
Jul

Sutton Juniors Hold on for District Baseball Title

The Sutton Junior Legion baseball team earned they way to the Class C State tournament Tuesday night with a 4-2 win over Shelton-Gibbon, following a 4-1 loss to the same S-G team in game one of the championship series. Sutton begins play at state against Atkinson, the Area-1 winner at 11:00 a.m. at Cody Park Field near Tri County High School, south of Dewitt this Saturday morning, July 16.

Sutton Holds on for District Title

After 4-1 Loss in Game 1, Post #61 Juniors Edge Shelton-Gibbon 4-2 in Game 2

Shelton-Gibbon, try as they might, were cut short of their Cinderella story Tuesday night during the Area-6 District baseball tournament in St. Paul.
S-G, needing two wins over the 22-6 Sutton Juniors, pushed the Post #61 squad from Sutton to a second and deciding game at Grover Cleveland Alexander Field in St. Paul, winning the first game of the championship series 4-1.
A sluggish outing by Sutton in the opening game would make way for a more solid and true performance, which has been seen by Sutton throughout the 2016 summer season.
Sutton, facing a 2-2 tie going into the sixth inning of game two, gained two runs in the bottom half of the sixth, held strong on defense in the top of the seventh frame and punched their ticket to the Class C State Tournament at Tri County beginning this Saturday.

Wed
13
Jul
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Sutton In Driver’s Seat for District Title

The Sutton Junior Legion baseball team took matters into their own hands this past weekend, taking charge of the action in the Area-6 District tournament played in St. Paul. Sutton, the third seed going into the tournament, squeaked past Loup City in the opening round, holding off a late Loup City rally to gain a 7-6 win.

 

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Wed
13
Jul
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Lipovsky is Part of National Championship Volleyball Team

Sandy Creek junior to be, Coree Lipovsky, the daughter of Jim and Kaylee Lipovsky of Fairfield, is a member of the Volleyball Club Nebraska 16 elite team. Lipovsky began playing with the Nebraska elite team at the age of 14. After taking a year off from the team, Lipovsky returned to the squad when practices began this past January.

 

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