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Wed
24
Jan
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Sutton improves to 10-5

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Mustangs went 2-1 last week, defeating Ravenna 56-46 in overtime Tuesday, Jan. 16, beating Fairbury 52-49 Thursday, Jan. 18, and losing to Heartland 55-50 Saturday, Jan. 20, and is now 10-5 on the season.

In Tuesday’s game, against the Bluejays, Ravenna started with the 8-6 lead after the first. Sutton then took over in the second, outscoring 18-10 for the 24-18 lead at halftime. The teams matched scores 12-12 in the third and the Bluejays matched it all up scoring 12 compared to the Mustangs six in the fourth for a fourth quarter score of 42-42. In overtime, the Mustangs turned things up and dominated 14-4 for the 56-46 final score.

 

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Wed
24
Jan
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Mustangs finish 4th, 2nd

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sutton Mustang wrestlers landed in fourth at the tough David City Invite Friday, Jan. 19, and second at the Louisville Invite Saturday, Jan. 20.

At the David City meet, the Mustangs earned three second places, two third places, one fourth place, one fifth place, two sixth places and two seventh places, and one wrestler earned the 100 career wins mark.

 

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Wed
17
Jan
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Mustangs place 7 on top of podium

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sutton Mustangs took the runner-up title at the Superior Invite behind Smith Center, while placing seven champions, two runner-ups, a third place, two fourth places, and one eighth place in the individual weight classes.

“Our performance at Superior was very good with seven individual champions and nine finalists,” Head Coach Ron Gerber said. “It is exciting to see growth in wrestlers such as Dustin Stone, who has beaten two state medalist wrestlers in the last week, and Joe Hinrichs defeating a wrestler who entered the tournament undefeated.”

 

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Wed
10
Jan
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Lady Cougars drop 3 road games

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Cougars went 0-3 last week, losing to the St. Cecilia Bluehawks, 55-36, Tuesday, Jan. 2; defeating the Ashland-Greenwood Bluejays, 40-19, Thursday, Jan. 4; and narrowly losing 38-35 against the St. Paul Wildcats Friday, Jan. 5, and are now 4-8 on the season.

Against St. Cecilia, senior Kenzie Turman led the team with 23 of the team’s 36 points, making 9 of 23 field goals. She connected on the team’s five 3-pointers. Turman also handed out a team-high three assists, while leading the team with four steals.

 

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Wed
10
Jan
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Red Cloud, Kenesaw take wins over Lady Cardinals

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Two more losses have been added to the Harvard Lady Cardinals’ record, leaving them at 2-11 on the season.

Friday, Jan. 5, the Lady Cardinals traveled to Red Cloud to take on the Lady Warriors.

 

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Wed
03
Jan
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Fillies earn first win of season

Sutton goes 1-1 in holiday tournament action to earn third place

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sutton Fillies took the third-place spot in the David City High School Holiday Tournament Dec. 29-30, 2017.

Sutton first lost to David City in a close battle, 39-33, Friday Dec. 29, before defeating Douglas County West 47-33, Saturday, Dec. 30, for the first win of the season.

 

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Wed
03
Jan
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Mustangs finish 2nd at Holiday Tournament

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sutton Mustangs took the second-place spot in the David City High School Holiday Tournament Dec. 29-30, 2017.

Sutton first defeated David City 63-48, Friday, Dec. 29, before losing to David City Aquinas 50-35 Saturday, Dec. 30.

 

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Wed
27
Dec
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Mustangs win home-hosted dual invite

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Mustangs dominated their home-hosted dual tournament Tuesday, Dec. 19, before the holiday break. Sutton won all five duals to earn the champions title at the dual. Junior Lee Carlson, 120-pounds; senior Anton Carlson, 132-pounds; senior Chandler Stone, 152-pounds; and junior James Griess, 160-pounds, earned individual champions at their respective weight classes.

“I think we had some good performances,” Head Coach Ron Gerber said. “Of course, some weight classes are better than others against certain teams, but I think we wrestled well. It’s good to get exposure early, but there’s still a lot to work on and plenty of time to work on where we want to be in the next six weeks. We need to work on keeping our composure when things don’t go our way during a match.”

Wed
27
Dec
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Lady Cardinals fall to Doniphan-Trumbull

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Outscoring 18-6 and 20-7 in the first two quarters, and then outscoring 9-2 and 14-8 in the back half, Doniphan- Trumbull took the 61-23 win over the Harvard Lady Cardinals, Friday, Dec. 22.

Point leader for Harvard proved to be junior Breonna Julich, who made 13 points toward the Lady Cardinals’ 23 total points.

Also adding to the scoreboard were junior Jayleesa Wilkerson, six, and senior Shyanne Porter, four.

In the first half, D-T took the early lead, making 18 points to Harvard’s six in the first quarter. D-T secured their lead in the second quarter, making a huge jump in points, ending the first half, 38-13.

 

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Wed
20
Dec
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Cardinals continue to roll

Harvard boys improve to 6-1, holiday tourney at Hampton is Dec. 29-30

BY TORY DUNCAN

Harvard’s boys basketball team kept on their big roll to open the 2017-18 season, rolling to three wins this week, upending Dorchester 47-26, Osceola 41-27, and Heartland Lutheran 32-26, to improve to 6-1 on the year.

Sophomore Noah Okraska and senior Jayden Callahan led the Cards to the 21-point win over Dorchester, Tuesday, Dec. 12, as Okraska touched up the Longhorns for 14 points, while Callahan hit for 10.

 

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