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11
May
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Sutton Wins SNC Golf Title

Just two days following the Milford Eagles 10-stroke win over the Sutton Mustang golf team, in action at the Sutton Invitational held May 3, the Mustangs returned the favor on May 5, as teams from the Southern Nebraska Conference gathered in Hebron for the 2016 Southern Nebraska Conference Golf Championships. Behind the strength of three medalists in the final top 10, Sutton edged out a very challenging field that would see the Mustangs hold a 336-338 stroke advantage over the Eagles, while the third place David City Scouts finished with a 340 in the competitive field of teams.

 

Wed
04
May
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SC Girls Score in Three Events

A tough go at the Southern Nebraska Conference track meet held in Henderson, Monday, May 2, would see the Sandy Creek girls track team total 12 points, earning a pair of individual medals and a relay medal in the process. Wilber-Clatonia ran past Tri County for the team title, outscoring the Lady Trojans 110.5-79. 
 
Wed
04
May
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Mustangs Tie for Fourth at Conference Meet

Powered by a double gold medal performance in the shot put and discus, the Sutton Mustangs finished in a two-way tie for fourth place during the 2016 Southern Nebraska Conference track and field championships Monday in Henderson. Garrett Clark scored 20 of the Mustangs’ 50 points in the meet with his winning efforts. Thayer Central dominated the meet, outscoring second place David City, 114-60, for the team title.
 
Wed
27
Apr
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Lady Cougars Tie for Fourth at Superior

Led by a first place finish from sophomore Coree Lipovsky in the shot put and three more runnerup finishes by seniors Sadie and Hope Svoboda, as well as freshman Grace Messenger, the Sandy Creek girls track team placed fifth in the final team standings, scoring 62 team points at the Superior Invitational held April 19. Hastings St. Cecilia ran away with the team title, beating second place Superior by 101 team points, 181-80.
 
Wed
27
Apr
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Bennett Leads Harvard...

Action at the Sandy Creek Invitational would see Harvard’s Levi Bennett the lone Cardinals golfer, card a 142 in the 18-hole tournament. Held at the Crooked Creek Country Club in Clay Center. -CCN Photo by Jeana Lipovsky

 

Wed
27
Apr
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Traudt, Munoz Lead Cougar Golf Team at Home Meet

Jayden Traudt and Gabe Munoz led the Sandy Creek golf team in action on their home course, the Crooked Creek Country Club in Clay Center, as the two finished in the top 15, helping the Cougars place seventh in the final team standings of the Sandy Creek Invite. Traudt shot an 18-hole 87 to lead the Cougars, as he carded scores of 44 on the front nine and 43 on the back nine, placing him seventh overall in the final individual standings.
 
Wed
20
Apr
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Heartland Invite Challenges Lady Cards

A huge challenge faced the Harvard girls track team last week, as the Lady Cardinals placed seventh overall in action at the Heartland Invitational on April 12, finishing with 27 team points.
 
 
 

 

Wed
20
Apr
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Mustangs Win Heartland Invite

The Sutton Mustangs and Bluehawks of Hastings St. Cecilia again duked it out for team gold for the second straight week. Fresh off a 117-109 win over the Bluehawks at Sandy Creek April 5, Sutton’s margin of victory over St. Cecilia at the Heartland Invite in Henderson April 12, would fall to two-and-a-half points, with the Mustangs holding a 116.5-113 advantage to earn top team honors.
 

 

Wed
13
Apr
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Hansen Second in Distance Races

Senior’s Corbin Hansen and Grant Schiermeyer accounted for 24 individual team points and helped two relay teams add 12 more points. The Sandy Creek boys placed sixth as a team, scoring 41 points during the Sandy Creek Invitational held Tuesday, April 5. The Sutton Mustangs edged out second place Hastings St. Cecilia for the team title, as Sutton totaled 117 points, compared to 109 for the Bluehawks.
 
Wed
13
Apr
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Mustangs Earn Team Gold at SC

A big boost from the 800 meter run, in which all three Sutton runners gained the top three spots, combined with a dominating win in the 1,600 meter relay and 16 points from senior Garrett Clark in the throws, would finally put the Sutton Mustangs on top during action at the Sandy Creek Invitational held April 5. With strong efforts throughout the day, Sutton held off second place Hastings St. Cecilia to win team gold for the first time this season.
 

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