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Dec
Wed
03
Dec
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Johnson Shatters Record Book

Sutton senior Noah Johnson, behind a total of 2,892 yards, led all of Nebraska in rushing and finished his career 11th on the national charts. He broke one state record in Class C-2 and set a total of 11 school records, helping the Mustangs to a 9-1 record and a final ranking of sixth in Class C-2. -CCN File

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His 2,892 yards set the new bar in both Class C-2, as well as overall in 11-man football, in the state of Nebraska this past season. Noah Johnson’s record breaking and monumental season crushed the previous all season rushing record in Johnson, during his final season as a Mustang, led all rushers, regardless of class, with his total yards on the ground, outdistancing Maxwell’s Jaylon Sturdivant b
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Nov
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Sutton FFA Chapter Honors Members

Chapter Degree Certificates were presented to Kaitlyn Winter, Jacob Griess, Ryan Ochsner, Marty Griess and Kayla Nuss

Teri Majors

Wed
26
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Wiseman Earns GPAC Football Honors

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Fillies Finish Season at 27-6

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After coming off a 19-12 season in 2013, the Sutton Fillies, under the direction of new coach Adam Kuntz, turned a big corner in 2014.
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20
Nov
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Cards Close Tough Season

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20
Nov
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Harms Named to Academic Team

Ashlee Harms
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20
Nov
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Freeman Ousts Fillies in Opener

Sutton senior Delaney Lemkau gains one of her seven kills during the Fillies’ first round state tournament loss to Freeman. Lemkau was 26-29 on the attack. The loss to the Falcons ended Sutton’s season with an impressive 27-6 record. -CCN Photo by Tory Duncan
Coming off an impressive C2-2 District title win over Nebraska Christian Nov.
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Fillies Control Nebraska Christian

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Passing and serving, the two tangibles that head coach Adam Kuntz knew would be key for his Sutton Fillies to advance to the 2014 state volleyball tournament, proved huge Friday night. The Fillies, behind 58 digs, 32 assists, 16 blocks, 10 ace serves and 38 kills rolled to a four set, 25-8, 25-17, 21-25, 25-13 win over Central City’s Nebraska Christian High School, to advance to state. “I told the girls before we stepped onto the floor Friday night, that this is a match that I call a program builder, and that as long as we pass well and serve well, the rest of our game will come to us...and it did.”
 

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12
Nov
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Fillies Set for State

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Traditions begin somewhere and somehow. In the mind of the Sutton volleyball coach, for his program, that time is here. Adam Kuntz, new to the Sutton program this year after four years at Hartington Cedar Catholic and one year at Sumner- Eddyville-Miller, knows what building tradition feels like.
 

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