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Oct
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Hampton forfeits; Cards prep for playoffs

Harvard football players had another week off due to a forfeit by Hampton Friday, Oct. 25.

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Cougars close out season on high note

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MELISSAWHITEFOOT| CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Senior Connor Crumbliss (7) ran all over the Superior defense Friday night, gaining 203 yards on 33 carries, while scoring three touchdowns in the Cougars’ 24-13 season finale win. Moving in on the play for Sandy Creek is Jon Mueller (58) and Hunter Steinbach

(29).

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MELISSAWHITEFOOT| CLAY COUNTY NEWS

The Sandy Creek coaching staff talks to their Cougar players following a 24-13 win over Superior in the season finale for both teams. It was the Cougars first home win since a 31-10 win over Wood River in October 2016 and the first three-win season since the 2015 Cougars went 3-6.

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Dominant line play by Sandy Creek’s big boys up front helped lead the Cougars to their first three-win season since 2015 Friday night.

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30
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Jarosik finishes 47th at Nebraska state cross country meet

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COURTESY OF JORDYN GRASZ | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

South Central junior Brayton Jarosik, right, works his way through the state cross country meet at the Kearney Country Club Oct. 25. Jarosik finished 47th out of 98 runners in the Class C boys run, with a time of 18:09.2.

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Jarosik prepares for the Class C boys state cross country meet just prior to the start of the event.

Sandy Creek junior Brayton Jarosik finished in the top half of 96 other competitors during the state cross country meet in Kearney, Friday, Oct. 25.

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30
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Sutton rolls into post-season

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Sutton quarterback Cade Wiseman looks to hand off to a running back, while Brady Peterworth (74) and Joe Hinrichs (58) block up front. Sutton eased their way into the Class C-2 state playoffs for the 10th straight year with a 54-0 win over Hastings St. Cecilia. The Mustangs also gained the top seed in the C-2 field following the win.

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Jackson Perrien exploded for 225 yards on 25 carries and four touchdowns in the Mustangs’ 54-0 win over the Bluehawks.

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Senior Jacob Haight takes off after gaining one of his two pass receptions in the Mustangs’ 54-0 blanking of the St. Cecilia Bluehawks Friday, Oct. 25. Haight covered 61 combined yards with his pair of grabs from quarterback Cade Wiseman.

The Sutton Mustangs used a 421-yard rushing night to set sail into the 2019 Class C-2 state football playoffs, as the Mustangs routed C2-5 district foe Hastings St. Cecilia 54-0, closing out the regular season with an 8-1 record, while earning the top seed in the post-season pairings.

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Wed
23
Oct
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Mustangs throttle Superior

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Mustangs throttle Superior

The final road game of the 2019 regular season proved to be a white washing of the Superior Wildcats, as the Mustangs, behind 32 first-quarter points and 22 points in the second quarter, claimed a 54-0 win in C2-5 District play.

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23
Oct
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Cougars rally past Fillies

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Sandy Creek’s Jenna Heinz gains one of her team leading nine kills through the block of Sutton’s Reagan Vavricek, left, and Kylie Baumert

(11), during the Cougars’ three-set win over Sutton Monday night in Hebron, during the opening round of the Southern Nebraska Conference tournament.

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Sandy Creek’s Jaden Claycamp powers this hit past the arms of Sutton’s Melany Nuss (14) and Lydia Rogers (3) during Sandy Creek’s 12-25, 25-13, 25-18 win over Sutton in SNC tournament play in Hebron.

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Sutton’s Melany Nuss tips this ball past the block of Sandy Creek’s Jenna Heinz, as the Fillies Tara Overturf looks on during the Cougars three-set win over Sutton Monday night in Hebron.

Monday night’s opening round of the Southern Nebraska Conference Tournament would produce the Sandy Creek volleyball team their second win of the 2019 season, as the Cougars rallied after a first set 25-12 loss to Sutton, to deal the Fillies losses in the second and third sets, downing Sutton 25-13, 25-18 to improve to 2-24 on the year, while Sutton fell to 12-15.

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Jarosik headed to state cross country

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

South Central’s Brayton Jarosik finished sixth overall in the C-3 District cross country meet in Aurora, Oct. 17, to earn his second straight trip to the state cross country championships in Kearney this Friday afternoon.

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Teagan Jarosik (56) leads the Red Raider girls out of the starting area at the C-3 District cross country meet in Aurora Thursday, Oct. 17. Jarosik placed 24th to lead the girls. Also pictured is Joanie Schultz, Jessica Himmelberg and Kacie Herbek.

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Jarosik headed to state cross country

For the second straight year, South Central’s Brayton Jarosik, a junior at Sandy Creek High School, will make his way to the Nebraska State Cross Country championships, after qualifying for the big show with a sixth-place finish at the C-3 District meet, Thursday, Oct. 17, at Aurora’s Streeter Park.

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Wed
16
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Sutton volleyball downs David City, Fairbury in triangular action

Sutton volleyball downs David City, Fairbury in triangular action

ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Junior Dayvie Perrien passes this volleyball during the Fillies three-set win over David City Thursday, Oct. 10, as sophomore Reagan Vavricek moves toward the net.

The Sutton Fillies bounced back in a strong way following an early week loss to state ranked Thayer Central, as the Fillies surpassed their win total from a year ago, improving to 10-11 with a pair of three-set wins over David City and Fairbury at home Thursday, Oct. 10.

David City earned a first set win over the Fillies to open the triangular, beating Sutton 25-23, before the Fillies bounced back to gain wins of 25-17, 25-13 to take the match.

Sophomore Reagan Vavricek led the hitting attack with 14 kills. Junior Kylie Baumert added nine, while senior Lydia Rogers added eight.

 

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16
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Mustangs outrun Cougars

Mustangs outrun Cougars

ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Mustang senior running back Jackson Perrien chews up part of his 150 total rushing yards on this play while surrounded by a host of Sandy Creek players during Sutton’s 52-7 win over the Cougars Friday. Pictured for the Cougars is Connor Crumblis (7), Jon Mueller (58), Hunter Steinback (29), Sam Rempe (57) and Sam VonSpreckelsen.

After a scoring threat early in the first quarter by the Sandy Creek Cougars, following a quick 8-0 lead by the Sutton Mustangs, that left Sandy Creek just short of answering the Mustangs’ opening kickoff, Sutton ran past the Cougars in a C2-5 district clash in Sutton this past Friday night.

Sutton used a 22-0 first quarter run and an 18-0 run in the second frame to race out to a 40-0 halftime lead and move closer and closer to their 10th straight Class C-2 state football playoff appearance, with the C2-5 district title, with a 52-7 win over the Cougars.

Sutton’s offensive attack was led by it’s powerful rushing attack, as the Mustangs outgained the Cougars 339-105 on the ground, while Sandy Creek held a slight edge in the passing game, holding a 99-63 yard edge through the air.

 

Wed
09
Oct
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Deweese’s Skalka edges Perrien for Pigskin Pick title

Deweese’s Roman Skalka edged out threetime winner, Kevin Perrien of Sutton in a tough set of Pigskin Picks during week-6 of the Clay County News gridiron contest.

Both Skalka and Perrien missed two games, with Skalka missing the Columbus Scotus win over Bishop Neuman and the Kearney Catholic win over Sutton, while Perrien missed the Florida win over Auburn and the KCHS and Sutton game.

Skalka predicted that the KCHS and Sutton game would produce 48 points, when in fact, the game produced 41 points. Perrien guessed that 52 points would be scored.

Sutton’s Amy Skalka edged out three other contestants that missed three games for the third place spot. Missing three with Skalka were Jon Ladehoff, Jess Hinrichs and David Yost.

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