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Junction Motor Speedway Holds Weekly Racing Saturday

The fine folks from NAPA Auto Parts were out in full force with giveaways for fans at Junction Motor Speedway Saturday night. The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series entered its fifth week of racing action at the Junction on Saturday. Some new winners were crowned, while some familiar faces returned to the winner’s circle after the dust settled. Two-time Junction Motor Speedway track champion Jase Kaser, found victory lane in Saturday’s NASCAR late model feature. Kaser took the lead away from J.J Rodeman with 20 laps to go, and from there, Kaser never looked back. Rodeman ran second until he spun out in turn four with 14 laps left. Rodeman came back to finish in the top ten.
 

 

Wed
24
Jun
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KAM Raceway Results

Aurora Agronomy Winged 600’s A Feature- 1) 12 Frank Galusha, 2) 007 Shane Sundquist, 3) 91 Alec Frisell, 4) 1F Jason Friesen, 5) 15 Jake Galusha, 6) 62 Chad McWhirter, 7) 7 Rob Lipker, 8) 20 Brian Schwabauer, 9) 33 Jayce Jenkins, 10) 55 Zach Boden, 11) 64 Brad McWhirter, 12) 48 Chadd Carlson, 13) 10 Jason Humphrey, 14) 54 Bret Boden, 15) 53W William Wood, 16) 11 Jeff Hermann, 17) 23 Gaylon Hermann, 18) 51 Kelly Adelson, 19) 52s Jeremiah Sillman, 20) 36 Matt Fiala.
 

 

Wed
24
Jun
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Sutton Juniors Fall to PWG, York

Two tough challenges would face the Sutton Junior Legion baseball team this past week. A trip north to take on the Palmer- Wolbach-Greeley Juniors was first on June 16, followed by a home game against the York-Cornerstone Bank Juniors on June 17. The tough bout with the PWG Juniors would see the Sutton Juniors fall by way of a narrow 3-0 decision.
 

 

Wed
17
Jun
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Sutton Jrs. Tournament Cut Short by Sunday Storms

Tournament action in Sutton would see the Sutton Junior Legion ball club split a pair of games, with Overton and Superior before the tournament was rained out Sunday afternoon. Saturday would see a huge day at the plate by Chandler Stone, guided Sutton to a 7-0 win over Overton, Stone was  a perfect 4-4 with two RBI’s to lead the locals to the opening game win of the tournament.. 
 
Wed
17
Jun
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Doupnik Jr., Bailey Part of NSWCA Duals

Harvard’s Dallas Doupnik Jr., shown above, earned a pinfall win overBlair High School’s Colton Gayer during  Saturday’s Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association All-Star dual held at Grand Island Senior High. At the left, Tyler Bailey,the honorary cocaptain of the Red team in the dual, battles with Class B state champion   Joe Berg of West Point-Beemer. 
 
Wed
10
Jun
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Geneva Blanks Edgar Seniors in Sutton Tourney

A tough go for the Edgar Seniors would be had in the first of two games in the Sutton Tournament. Due to over six inches of rainfall in the Sutton area, the tournament was only held on Sunday. Two hits would be all that the Edgar Seniors could muster up in a 10-0 loss at the hands of Geneva.
 

 

Wed
10
Jun
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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.
 
Wed
10
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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.
 
Wed
03
Jun
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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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03
Jun
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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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