Sports

Wed
22
Apr
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Hansen, Field Events Spur Cougars to Third at Heartland

A strong showing in the field events, along with two runner-up finishes in the 1,600 and 3,200 meter relays and a big day from junior Corbin Hansen, fueled the Sandy Creek boys track team to a third place finish at the 2015 Heartland Invitational in Henderson, April 14. The field events produced six medal performances for the Cougars, including two gold medals, with another huge day in the triple jump for senior Brendan Lipovsky, and a big win for junior Brook Svoboda in the discus. .

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Wed
22
Apr
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Harvard Relay Teams Pace Team at Heartland Meet

The Harvard girls track team, paced by runner-up titles in both the 1,600 and 3,200 meter relays, would battle it out on the Heartland High School oval April 14, and return home with the two runner-up finishes in the relays, along with four individual medals. In all, the Lady Cardinals would tally 25 points in the meet. The 3,200 meter relay team, made up by Carleigh Novak, Kelsey Griess, Alyssa Novak and Cassie Roberts, fell a mere onetenth of a second short of the event title.

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Wed
15
Apr
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Sutton Alumni Hosts Annual Tournaments

A total of 11 volleyball teams and eight basketball teams invaded the Sutton Public Schools’ gymnasiums and the Sutton Community Center Friday night and all day Saturday for the second annual Sutton Alumni tournaments.

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Wed
15
Apr
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Sutton Third at Sandy Creek

Four event wins would help lead the Sutton Mustangs to a third place team finish during the Sandy Creek Invitiational held April 7. The Mustangs would edge out Clay County rival Sandy Creek for the third place spot, outscoring the Cougars 99-94. Central City and Hastings St. Cecilia would duke it out for the top spot, with the Bison outscoring St. Cecilia, 115-114, for the team title. Individually, one of the four gold medals would come out of the field events. Garrett Clark earned gold in the shot put with a huge loft of 47’ 7,” beating second place Jerad Paup of Central City by five inches.

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Wed
08
Apr
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Fillies Get Past Sandy Creek Girls in County Meet

The annual Clay County track and field meet, hosted by Sutton High School this year, would feature all three Clay County schools in action on the Sutton Oval.
 
Wed
08
Apr
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Sutton Edges SC for County Title

All three Clay County track and field teams took on the Sutton oval Tuesday, March 31, during the annual Clay County meet this past week.
 
Wed
01
Apr
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Fillies Second During Sutton Relays Thursday

Led by a trio of first place finishes and five runner-up finishes, the Sutton Fillies track team earned team runner up honors behind Hastings St. Cecilia. The Hawkettes outscored the Fillies 100-86 in the final
Wed
01
Apr
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Area Players Reunite on the Diamond

Wed
01
Apr
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Racing at JMS Begins Sunday

Racing season jumped into high gear at Junction Motor Speedway Sunday afternoon with the running of the Mike Chapin Memorial Spring Thaw races.
 
Wed
25
Mar
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Morris, Van Kirk Wrap up Career’s

Four years, 119 wins against just 21 losses. Two Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Player of the Year honors and in the end, 2011 Sandy Creek graduate Bailey Morris wrapped up her college career with Concordia University just two points shy of an NAIA Division II National Championship on Tuesday, March 17. Morris’ career with the Bulldogs could easily be termed as out of this world. Despite falling two points short of the national championship, falling to GPAC foe Morningside, 59-57. Morris, was however, tabbed with the highest individual honor a player can achieve in the NAIA, earning the Division II National Player of the Year. In addition, Morris was also named an NAIA All-American for the second straight year for her play on the court both as a junior and senior. What Morris did during her four years at Concordia was nothing short of amazing.

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