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Wed
21
Oct
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Fields to State for Harvard Girls

Ten points is all that separated the Harvard girls cross country team from advancing to the 2015 Nebraska State Cross Country Championships and staying home in the aftermath of the finish at the D-4 District meet held Thursday, Oct. 15, at Brickyard Park in Hastings. The Lady Cardinals placed fifth overall in the team race, just 10 points behind third place Doniphan-Trumbull, who gained the final team spot from the D-4 District. 
 

 

Wed
21
Oct
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Bluehawks Down Sutton 36-22

Friday night’s trip to Duncan Field to take on the Hastings St. Cecilia Bluehawks, in the end, wouldn’t be the final result that the Sutton Mustangs had hoped for. In the grand scheme of the season, a 36-22 loss at the hands of the Bluehawks, which dropped Sutton to 7-1 on the year, keeps the Mustangs in the top five of the Nebraska School Activities Association’s Class C-2 points standings, with one game to go on the regular season this week. The Mustangs opened the Friday night battle in Hastings with a clock chewing pounding drive, as Sutton burned up five minutes en route the endzone.
 
Wed
14
Oct
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Sutton Girls Improve to 19-2

The Sutton Fillies ran their season record to 19-2 this past week with a pair of wins over Southern Nebraska Conference foe Thayer Central and Lou Platte Conference challenger Wood River. The wins would see the Fillies down Thayer Central Oct. 6, in straight sets, winning 25- 8, 25-22, 25-20. On Thursday, Oct. 8, a trip to Wood River would lend the Fillies another straight sets win, beating the Eagles 25-23, 25-16, 25-14. 

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Wed
14
Oct
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District Cross Country Set...

Mai Hansen earned sixth place honors during the running of the McCool Junction Invitational held Oct. 8, at Camp Kateri, just south of McCool Junction. Challenging Hansen down the home stretch is McCool Junction’s Mataia Hess. 

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Wed
07
Oct
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Mustangs Hold off D-T 16-13

The Sutton Mustangs, coming off their opening C2-7 District win over Sandy Creek Sept. 25, would see another big challenge entering the Sutton sports complex this past Friday, as the once beaten Doniphan-Trumbull Cardinals would do battle with the Mustangs. Two contrasting styles of offense, with Sutton’s “punch you in the mouth” running game and D-T’s hurry up shotgun style offense, made for an interesting night for players and fans alike.
 
Wed
07
Oct
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ROUND ONE: Fillies Get the Edge

Sutton Downs Sandy Creek 25-18, 25-17 in Finals of the Sutton Invitational Saturday
 
In what could very well be the first of several meetings between Clay County rivals Sutton and Sandy Creek this season, the two Class C-2 state ranked teams would battle in the finals of the Sutton Invitational held Saturday afternoon. The Fillies earned a 25-18, 25-17 win to improve to 17-2 on the year. Sandy Creek fell to 15-4 overall. Sutton gained the title match bid with Sandy Creek with a pair of straight set wins over Wilber-Clatonia and Adams Central. While Sandy Creek entered the championship bid with easy wins over McCool Junction and Blue Hill in the opening two rounds Saturday.
 
Wed
30
Sep
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Mustangs Battle Past Sandy Creek Friday

Behind the pace of two 100-plus yard rushers, the Sutton Mustangs powered their way past Clay County rival Sandy Creek in Sutton Friday night, 38-14. Running back Garrett Leach and quarterback Chandler Stone both broke the century mark on the ground, with Leach running for 185 yards on 28 carries and Stone gaining 101 yards on seven carries.

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Wed
30
Sep
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1991 Fillies to be Honored in Lincoln Sunday

Someone once told Sutton girls basketball head coach John Schoneberg: “Moments like winning a state championship will come at the least expected time,” he told reporter Daryl Blue of the Omaha World-Herald. “I never thought we’d be 26-0, especially with the two players who graduated from last year. I think this year showed what team work will do.”Schoneberg’s comments made back on March 2, 1991, came just moments after his Sutton Fillies held off a late rally from Crofton to earn the school’s first and only girls state basketball championship, with a 40-38 win over the Warriors.

Wed
23
Sep
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Red Raider Cross Country Team Battles Field in Geneva

The very challenging Fillmore Central Invitational would test the South Central Red Raider Cross Country team Sept. 17, for both girls and boys. In the girls race, KaLee Fanning would lead the South Central girls with a 27th place finish in a time of 23 minutes, 34 seconds. Overall, Hastings St. Cecilia’s Cameron Hucke won the girls 5K event in a time of 19:54. As a team, however, Gothenburg’s girls would outlast second place Malcolm by five points, 30-35, to gain the team title. 
 
 
Wed
23
Sep
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Galaway, Svoboda Lead Cougar Rushing Game as SC Improves to 2-2

A tough go to start the 2015 season has seen a big change for the Sandy Creek football team. Following a 36-28 loss to Centura in the season opener and a 34-6 setback at the hands of Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer, the Cougars have come back to even their record at 2-2 with back-to-back dominate wins over Thayer Central (42-6) and this week, Fillmore Central 34-6. The big wins sets up a big Clay County challenge for the Cougars as they head to the northeast part of the county this Friday to try and spoil Sutton’s homecoming efforts. The Mustangs enter the game at 4-0 and outscore their opponents by nearly 34 points. Game time in Sutton is set for 7 p.m. Friday night’s throttling of Fillmore Central would see the Cougars use a patient flow. They held leads of 6-0 after the first quarter and 20-0 at halftime behind a 14-0 second quarter run.
 

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