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Wed
18
Mar
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Gold for Sutton Team at MIT

Members of the Sutton sixth grade basketball team to win gold in the MIT tournament this past weekend in Lincoln includes: in front, from the left: John Sheridan, Nathan Ladehoff, Jackson Anderson, Quenton Jones and Cade Wiseman. In the back, from the left: Joe Hinrichs, Tyler Baldwin, Wyatt Bergen, Hayden Switzer, and Dominic Girmus. Coaches: Chad Wiseman, Jon Ladehoff and (not pictured) Ryan Jones.
Members of the Sutton sixth grade boys basketball team won their second tournament in as many weeks this past weekend by taking gold in the Lincoln YMCA MIT tournament, with three straight wins Saturday and Sunday. Team members who earned gold includes: John Sheridan, Nathan Ladehoff, Jackson Anderson, Quenton Jones, Cade Wiseman, Joe Hinrichs, Tyler Baldwin, Wyatt Bergen, Hayden Switzer, and Dominic Girmus. Coaches for the boys are Chad Wiseman, Jon Ladehoff and Ryan Jones. 
 

 

Wed
18
Mar
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New Superintendent of Golf Joins Fox Hollow

Ben Meyer began duties as the Superintendent of Golf at the Fox Hollow Golf Course in Sutton in mid-February. Meyer brings 17 years of experience to the Sutton course.

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Wed
11
Mar
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Guardian Angels Too Much for Fillies Saturday

The Sutton Fillies, still stinging from their semifinal round loss Friday night, ran into another buzzsaw challenge during the Class C-2 third place battle with Guardian Angels Central Catholic of West Point.
 
Wed
11
Mar
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Fillies Roll Past Freeman 56-38

Wed
04
Mar
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Mustangs Hold Off Southern in Sub-District Final

Patience and solid defense would spur the Sutton Mustangs to their 16th win of the 2014-15 basketball season. Sutton, despite a one point deficit at halftime, roared back in the third quarter behind a 14-4 run, then held off a late Southern rally to advance to the C2-2 District Final with a 50-45 win.  The win, coming on the homefloor of the Fairbury Jeffs where the C2-3 Sub-District tournament  was held, improved Suttonto 16-9 on the year and advance  the Mustangs to the C2-2 DistrictFinal against the Monarchs of Aquinas Catholic, a 54-37 winner over Cross County in the C2-4 Sub-District held in York.

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Wed
04
Mar
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Aquinas Flys Past Sutton in C2-2 Final

The Sutton Mustangs ran into a buzz-saw of sorts Monday night as the Sutton crew entered the C2-2 District Final at Concordia University in Seward.  That buzz-saw came in the form of the Aquinas Catholic  Monarchs and their speedy pointguard  Trev Semrad.The Monarchs, led by Semrad’s 24 points, used a huge suffocating 1-3-1 trapping defense to force 20 Sutton turnovers and produce a 63-36 win to advance to the Class C-2 state tournament. Sutton ended their season, following the loss, with a 16-10 record. 

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Wed
04
Mar
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Sutton vs. Freeman

The Sutton Fillies and Freeman Falcons may have over 80 miles that separate the two schools, but these two  teams are certainly very familiar with each other. Freeman would down the Fillies in the opening round of the 2014 Class C-2 State Volleyball Championships back on Nov. 13, upending the Fillies in four sets before going on to defeat Crofton in four sets to win the Class C-2 State Championship. Sutton and Freeman would then square off six weeks later, this time on the basketball court. Paced by a 33-22 second half run, Freeman took a 15-14 halftime lead and expanded it to 12 points when the final buzzer sounded, beating the Fillies 48-36 in the finals of the Freeman Holiday Tournament on the Falcons’ home court in Adams. 

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Sun
01
Mar

C2-2 District Final: Sutton Mustangs (16-9) vs. Aquinas Catholic (14-10)

Monday nights C2-2 District Final for the Sutton boys basketball team will take the 16-9 Mustangs to Concordia University in Seward to challenge the 14-10 Monarchs of Aquinas Catholic in David City.
The 7 p.m. tip, inside the CUNE facility in Seward will punch a ticket to the 2015 State Boys Basketball Championships in Lincoln, March 12-14.
Sutton earned their ticket to the C2-2 District Final by way of a pair of wins this past week over Tri County, 45-32, Tuesday night and by downing the Southern Raiders Thursday night 50-45.
Aquinas Catholic’s path to the final included a 25 point, 75-50 win over Nebraska Christian in the C2-4 Sub-District first round and then a 54-37 win over Cross County during Thursday nights sub-district final, played at York High School.
Prior to the 2015 portion of their seasons, Sutton would go 3-5, while Aquinas reached the new calendar year with a 5-4 record following the completion of holiday tournament action for both teams.

Fri
27
Feb

C2-2 District Final: Sutton Fillies (21-4) vs. Nebraska Christian (19-5)

Tonight’s (Friday, Feb. 27) C2-2 District Final between the Sutton Fillies and the Nebraska Christian Eagles will pit two teams that come in with strong records and looking to make a trip to Lincoln next weekend for the 2015 Nebraska High School Girls State Basketball Championships.
As the Fillies and Eagles hit the court at Aurora High School for the 7 p.m. tip, Sutton, ranked sixth in the most recent Class C-2 state polls, comes in having won 18 of their last 20 games with losses coming to Class C-2 fourth ranked Freeman (24-2) and Class B fifth ranked (York 20-4).
The Fillies rolled through the C2-3 Sub-District, trouncing two Southern Nebraska Conference opponents in the process, Tri County in the first round, 59-22, and Fillmore Central in the C2-3 final, Thursday, Feb. 19, 61-24.

Wed
25
Feb

Kenesaw Halts Harvard’s Season Tuesday Night

The Kenesaw Blue Devils brought to a close the Harvard boys basketball team’s season Tuesday night, in the first round of the D1-9 Sub-District tournament at Hastings St. Cecilia, with a 49-27 win.
The loss ended the Cardinals season at 4-20.
The Blue Devils, behind runs of 15-7 and 9-5 held a 24-13 halftime lead. Kenesaw then used a run of 8-6 in the third, and a big run of 17-9 in the fourth, to solidify the 22 point win.
Tristan Kalvoda would score eight points in the loss to lead Harvard, while Nick Hankins added six, Jayden Callahan, five, and Tomy Alvarez, four, to lead the scoring for Harvard.
Allen Brand, who was held to just two points in the game, gained eight of Harvard’s 23 rebounds in the game, while Kalvoda led the team in steals with three, while Alvarez’ four assists topped the charts for the Cardinals.
Harvard shot just 30 percent from the floor and was 2-4 at the foul line.
Harvard    7    5    6    9    -27

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