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Clark to Play in 58th Shrine Bowl

Garrett Clark, a 2016 graduate of Sutton High School, has reported to camp this past weekend in Crete for the 58th Annual Shrine Bowl of Nebraska. An all-state lineman for the past two seasons for the Mustangs, Clark will play on the South squad during this Saturday afternoon’s annual classic, held at the Ron and Carol Cope Stadium at Foster Field on the University of Nebraska-Kearney Campus.  

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Wed
01
Jun
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Ribbon Cutting Held at DLD Park

Sutton residents supported the opening of the new DLD Park ball complex with an official ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, May 24, hosted by the Sutton Area Chamber of Commerce. Above shows an aerial view of the new complex, while at the left, Nebraska’s Lt. Governor Mike Foley, shown at the right, addresses those in attendance. 

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Wed
01
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Texas Trio Takes Part in Run For a Resident in Sutton

Runners from several areas of Clay County swarmed the front lawn of the Sutton Community Home for the third annual Run For a Resident, sponsored by the Sutton home. Unique visitors, however, to the annual event, proved to be three ladies from Texas, who since 2010, have been trekking across the United States running in 5K events.  

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Wed
25
May
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Play at DLD Park Begins

Sutton’s DLD Park officially christened the new ball complex in northwest Sutton Thursday, May 19, with several girls softball games. In the picture above, Todd Mau umpires behind home plate, as Avery Robinson catches.
 
Wed
25
May
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Clark Earns Silver in Class C Shot Put

Sutton’s Garrett Clark went out in style Friday during the 2016 Nebraska State Track and Field Championships held May 20-21, at Omaha Burke. Steadily increasing his school record performances throughout his senior season, Clark’s C-5 District winning throw of 54’ 5.25,” a school record at the time, would once again go by the wayside, as Clark hit the 56’ 2” mark in Omaha.
 
Wed
18
May
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Svoboda Shatters Discus Record

All records are meant to be broken, says the old saying. In the case of the Sandy Creek boys discus record, it took 42 years to refresh the record board for the Cougars, but finally, senior Brook Svoboda was able to put his name in the record books with a huge win in the Class C-5 District track and field championships held May 12 in Geneva. Jim Squires held the Sandy Creek record since 1974, when his mark of 159’ 6” was set.
 
Wed
18
May
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Lady Cards to State in Five Events

The Harvard girls track team will be headed to the 2016 Nebraska State High School Track and Field Championships in Omaha this weekend in five events. The waiting game, however, affected the Lady Cardinals in a big way, as the highly competitive D-4 District meet held at Sandy Creek May 11, would cause a few nervous moments for Harvard in the 3,200 meter relay, 3,200 meter run, 400 meter dash and 300 meter low hurdles.
 
Wed
18
May
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Mustangs Third at C-5, Send Five to State

Heading into the Class C-5 District track and field championships, the Sutton Mustangs had their eyes set on challenging a strong field of teams in the meet held at Fillmore Central High School in Geneva, May 12. The Mustangs battled strong and produced five state qualifying performances, led by a big day in the throws for senior Garrett Clark.
 
Wed
11
May
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Shafer, Svoboda Lead SC Girls

Jalyn Shafer earned the lone gold medal of the day, in action at the Sutton Invite, May 5, while Sadie Svoboda earned a pair of medals in the 100 meter dash and the 100 meter hurdles to lead the Sandy Creek girls track team in Sutton. Heartland held a 120-110 scoring edge over second place Superior in the final team standings, while Sutton’s 83 team points landed the Fillies in the third place spot.

 

Wed
11
May
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Mustangs Own Home Meet

The Sutton boys track team scored early and often to run away with the 2016 Sutton Invitational, May 5. The Mustangs tallied 39 points in the field events to kick off the day and then posted 136 more points on the track, as the Mustangs outscored second place Milford by 69 points, 175-106.

 

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