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core by Bob Greer Cherokee, Okla placed fifth Seven places won. Thirty-six with 51 points to sixth-place team points scored. That in spite Ashland with 46. Caldwell was of having just eight girls on a close 7th with 44 team points. hand: 5 sophomores and 3 se- Argonia nudged South, Central niors. High by one point (37-36) in That's how South Central their heated battle for eighthand High School's track and field ninth places. girls fared Tuesday of last weeR Tenth place went to Kremlin, in their second outing of the Oklahoma, with 18 team points. 2006 track and field season. Burlington, Okla and. Attica, The Timberwolves went also competed. But neither of against a rugged field of squads those schools managed to score from 11 other high schools in team points. the yearly South Barber High South Central won no first School track and field meet, places in the big meet. But the held at Kiowa. It was a wind- Timberwolf girls did pick up blown day, with gusts of near- two second places, a pair of gale velocity (up to 40 miles per thirds, one fourth, and two fifth hour) buffeting competitors at places. times. The five sophomores present Cindy Snyder coached the for the Tuesday meet were Cindy Timberwolf girls Tuesday. The Reimer, Abby Miller, Becca capsule summary might read Westrup, Kenzie Price, and like this: Rachael Johnson. The three se- "A good overall performanceniors were Jordan Jarnagin, against a top-notch field of op- Lorinda Lester and Leslie Girk. ponents: four from nearby Okla- Everyone got to see plenty of homa. A limited number of girls, action. but a major effort by all those Jarnagin and Miller each taking part." were in four events each, while Team honors in the girls di- Reimer, Johnson, Westrup, and vision went to Medicine Lodge Girk each took part in three High: a Class 3A high school, events. Lester and Price were in The Indians piled up 93 team two events each. points, defeating meet-hostIn all, 18 events were run off South Barber High (the runner- in the girls division. South Cen- up) by 15 points: 93-78. Third tral competed in 11 of those, place went to Fairview, Okla skipping the 1600-meter run, with 73 team points, and Nor- 100-meter high hurdles, shot wich was fourth with 67. put, javelin, pole vault, high i Prices Good now through Tuesday, April 25 Shurfine Fresh gallon jugs Kraft Fresh each per pound FOOD STORES 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday 307 S. Central 582-2401 Coldwater jump, and triple jurnp, unselo Senior Jordan Jarnagin won second place in the 800-meter run, timed in 2:41.12. She also rner by SCHS Counselor was in all three relays. Senior Ben Horyna gori. g erpi upa S o.hipappi.ion Re fourth place in the 100-meter shortly are the W,N. Parsons dash, clocked in 14.52 seconds. (April 28), Swarner Crown Hill Rachacl Johnson placed fifth in Cemetery (April 28), Kansas As- the 400-meter dash with her sociationofChemistryTeachers clocking ofl minute, 10.15 see- (May 1, and the Comanche onds. County Farm Bureau Associa- ested, you need to write to Jerry Becca .Westrup also took a fifth place in the rugged 3200- meter run with her time of 15 minutes, 24.21 seconds. South Central won second place in the 3200-meter relay, timed in 11 minutes, 53.93 sec- onds. Runners making up that foursome were Jordan Jarnagin, Leslie Girk, Rachael Johnson, and Becca Westrup. In the 400-meter relay, the Timberwolf girls zipped home third in 55.46 seconds. In that event from SCHS were Lorinda Lester, Jordan Jarnagin, Leslie Girk, and Abby Miller. The T-Wolves also picked up a third place in the 1600-meter relay. There they were timed in 4 minutes, 32.50 seconds. The runners were Jordan Jarnagin, Abby Miller, Rachael Johnson, and Leslie Girk. In the 200-meter dash, Abby Miller ran 30.84 seconds, Lorinda Lester 30.93, and Cindy Reimer 32.43. But those were preliminary times, and none of the trio made it to the finals. Becca Westrup was timed in 1:00:56 in the 300-meter low hurdles, but was unplaced. Cindy Reimer long-jumped 11 feet, 10'1 " inches and Kenzie Price 11'9 Neither placed. Kenzie also threw the discus about 48', but was unplaced. Next track action for the South Central High girls was to be on Tuesday of this week: April 18. That was to be the yearly Ashland High School Invitational. tion Scholarship (May 4). These scholarship applica- tions need to be gotten in before the deadline and need to be com- pleted in their entirety. Xenon International School of Hair Design located at 3804 West Douglas in Wichita, has announced 2006 class starting dates for Cosmetology (June 26; Sept. 5; and Nov. 13) and for Nail Technology and Esthetics (Aug. 8; and Nov. 7), Ifyou want more information or are inter- ested in enrolling, please call 1- 800-554-5817. Juniors interested in pursuing a United States Service Acad- emy needs to request informa- tion regarding a nomination. Congressman, Jerry Moran, is taking information now for his nominations. If you are inter- Moran, P.O. Box 1128, Hutch- inson, KS 67504-1128, or through his website at http:// www.house.gov/moranks01/. A file will be opened for each interested student, and a re- sponse packet of required forms will be sent directly to you. All required paperwork should be completed and returned to his Hutchinson office no later than Oct, 1. Dodge City Community Col- lege is hosting some great camps during the week of June 17 - 24. They have camps in leadership, business, science, and the Kan- sas Future Teacher Academy. Cost for meals, on-campus lodg- ing, program materials and ac- tivities for the camps is $100. I have information available in my office regarding these camps. Will Haul Appliances, Furniture Coldwater residents will get ,2940, to get their names on the their first shot at a free Spring pick-up. Cleanup Day next Monday. In order to have old furniture That is when the city will and appliances picked up, the come around and haul off appli- items need to be stacked along ances and furniture at no charge, the curb near the street. Only But, folks need to call in by appliances and furniture will be noon this Friday to get on the picked up on Monday. A later pick-up. They should call City date has been set for the hauling Clerk Kristal Sherman at 582- of tree limbsandbranches Blood Drive Here Tuesday The American Red Cross will hold a Blood Drive in Coldwat- er next Tuesday, April 25 In operation here from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m the Red Cross Bloodmobile will be parked on the west side of Peoples Bank, at Main Street and Central Av- enue. The last Saturday of each month, starting Saturday, April 29 in Tiger Hall at the Wilmore Community Center Doors open 6 p.m. Showtime 7 p.m. Good Food, Snacks, Drinks, Dessert, all available at the concession window. Free Reservations by calling Ragtime Embroidery in Coldwater (620) 582-2120 L&L Supply in Wilmore (620) 738-4419 Bank of Protection in Protection (620) 622-4224 Chieftain Grill in Kiowa (620) 825-4999 Featured artists this month will be Doug Swonger, Wendy Monroe, Andrea Petrowsky, Patsy Cline, Chris Metzger, & Zaek Ellis All proceeds from the concessions and any free-will donations will go toward a sound system for the community center. We are getting into the vaca- tion season, and storm season is here. Extra blood is needed to assure everyone who needs blood can receive it. The Red Cross asks that you do yourself a favor and start spring off right by giving that much needed "gift of life," and helping save someone who has an accident or is injured. They will be grate l and you will be proud that you t00kth time to give blood. Call 1-800-Give Life (448- 3543) for an appointment. Walk- ins are also welcome. At Co-op Elevator Apr. 12 426 Apr. 13 4.21 Apr. t4 .closed Apr. 17 4.02 Apr. 18 4.17 Farmers Cooperative IW~ I~ Internet Service 582-2217 in Coldwater