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Sutton’s Johnson Leads South Squad in Rushing

Sutton’s Noah Johnson, the second Mustang in as many years to be selected to play in the Nebraska Shrine Bowl, found himself on a team that used the aerial attack in a big way to win the 57th annual Shrine Bowl held in Kearney this past Saturday. The South passed their way to a huge 31-6 halftime lead behind the hands of the Shrine Bowl’s Most Valuable Player, Conor Young of Cozad High School.
 
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Bailey Family to be Honored by NSWCA

Tyler Bailey, a 2015 graduate of Sutton High School and the 2015 Class C 132 pound state wrestling champion, and his family will be honored this Friday night by the Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association during their 34th annual Hall Of Fame banquet held at the Borders Inn and Suites in Grand Island ,beginning at 5 p.m.
 
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03
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Edgar’s Jarosik Wins Half Marathon

Edgar’s Nate Jarosik dominated the 2015 Hastings Half Marathon this past Saturday morning, completing the 13.1 mile course in one hour, 17 minutes and 49 seconds. The 38-year-old Jarosik’s time would better second place finisher Jordan Potrzeba of Hastings, who finished the event in 1:21:30. In addition to Jarosik’s win, nine other Clay County runners also took part in the annual event.
 
 
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Shrine Bowl Set for Saturday at UNK; Johnson on South Team

Sutton’s Noah Johnson will be one of 70 high school seniors from around Nebraska to play in the 57th Annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl. The game will be played at the Ron and Carol Cope Stadium at the University of Nebraska at Kearney on
June 6, 2015, at 2 p.m. This will be the third consecutive year that the Shrine Bowl game will be played at Cope Stadium.
 
 
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Sutton Golf Team Has Tough Go at Class C State Tournament

Sutton’s boys golf team, a third place finisher in district meet action a week prior to the 2015 Class C State Golf Championships, would see state tournament action be a tough go for the Sutton five. The Mustangs wrapped up the two-day tournament in 13th place overall, shooting a 687 over the course of the two days.
 
 
Wed
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May
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Lemkau is State Runner- Up in Class C Long Jump

Senior Delaney Lemkau closed out her high school career with a bang this past Friday and Saturday, bringing home two medals from the 2015 Nebraska State High School Track and Field Championships in Omaha. Lemkau opened action in Omaha with a state runner-up performance in the long jump, placing second behind Twin River jumper Sara Czarnick. 
 
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May
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Lipovsky is State Champ in Triple Jump

Sandy Creek senior Brendan Lipovsky fought off some early worries after fouling on his first two attempts in the triple jump. He posted a huge 45’ 9” leap win the 2015 Class C state triple jump gold medal during action at the Nebraska State Track and Field Championships. For more on Lipovsky’s feat and state track, see Section C this week. -CCN Photo by Tory Duncan
 
Wed
20
May

Mustang Golf Team Headed to State

The Sutton Mustangs golf team will be making another trip to state golf as a team. The Mustangs earned a third place team finish in the C-4 District Meet held at Indianhead Golf Course in Grand Island Tuesday.
Coach Jordan Engle and his Mustang five will take on the field in the Class C State Golf Meet this coming Wednesday and Thursday, May 27 and 28, at Holmes Golf Course in Lincoln.
The Holmes course is located at 3701 S. 70th Street in Lincoln.
Drew Steinhauer would be the lone medalist for the Mustangs in the district, placing 10th overall with an 82. Steinhauer would open play with a 40 on his first nine holes, then finish up play with a 42 on the back nine to gain the final individual medal of the district.
Ord’s Brady Rogers edged out Grand Island Central Catholic golfer Eshan Sood for top individual honors.

Wed
20
May
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Mustangs Head to Omaha in Seven Events

Junior Garrett Clark and two huge performances in the 3,200 and 1,600 meter relays would headline the day for the Sutton boys track team May 14, as they battled one of the stingiest Class C boys districts in the state at Thayer Central High School in Hebron. Clark was solid gold in both the discus and shot put to advance to state in both. The tworelays, although the Mustangs were third in the 3,200 meter relay and second in the 1,600 meter relay, would both put up gutsy performances in each event. Clark Wins Throwing Events     
 

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