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Illness, Injuries Hit SCHS by Bob Greer Tough luck plaqued South Central High School's varsity track and feld boys team on Thursday, April 27. The Timberwolves coml ted against fwe other high schools in the annual Medicine Lodge In vitational. Only SCHS and South Barber High from Kiowa were Class 1A teams entered. The others were squads ranging all the way up to Class 4A. South Central is the defending state team champ in Class 1A. But three of the Timberwolf boys were unable to take part in the meet because of sicknesses and ailments. They were Alex Brooks, Levi Miller, and Jered Fliakman. Bryce Reimer, senior gener- ally rated the top Class 1A sprinter in Kansas, won both 100-meter and 400-meter dashes. He also clocked the best time of all in the 200-meter dash preliminaries. But he sWained a hamstring muscle and did not finish in the 200 finals. He did not compete after that. The seri- ousness of his injury was to be determined later. South Central had planned to compete in the 1600-meter relay. But the Timberwolves ran out of people due to injuries, and so did SCHS not take part. Chaparral High School edged Pratt High by 7 points 028 to 121) for the boys team champi- onship. Medicine Lodge nipped South Barber by 2 point (88 to 86) in their heated battle for third and fourth places. South CenWal took fifth place with 69 points, and Kingman was sixth with 60. For the full day, the Timber- wolves won 13 places. Those included three firsts, a pair of seconds, one third place, one fourth, a big total of five fifth places, one sixth. Reimet won the 100 dash in 11.64 seconds, and took the 100- meter dash in 52.28 seconds. Jeremy Flinkman got the other You're invited to join us for FREE Coffee & Coffee Cake Monday, May. 8 9:30- 10:30 a.m. At Timberwolf Cafe in Coldwater tn celebration of MAr/S MENTAL HEALTH MONTH Courtesy of Iroquois Center For Human Development, Inc. 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In the 3200-meter relay, South Central took second place at 9 minutes, 19.69 seconds. Those runners (in order) were Josh Zielke, Anthony Poilino, Wilmore by Carmen Odell Librarian Margaret Morgan tells us that the Wilmore Branch Library is changing hours. New hours at the library will be 1 to 6 p.m. each Tuesday and Friday. Jack Cline spent most of last week picking up and mowing fun and we're all looking for- city property and vacant lots. ward to it. The city of Wilmore really ap- Brady Unruh received a 1+ preciates all of his hard work. for his trumpet solo at the instru- The town looked nice for the mental festival at South Central Saturday night show. Middle School Wednesday. I'm told the Wilmore Satur- That takes hard work and Dedi- day Night Live show was fantas- cation. Congratulations, Brady! tic. About 100 people attended Friday evening we attended the event. Entertaine/s included the middle school activities ban- Zach and Lona Ellis, Chris quet in Protection. We have Metzger, Patsy Cline, Dale Kyle, some truly talented kids. We're Andrea Petrowsky, and Doug all so proud of you accomplish- Swonger from Kiowa. Doug also ments. brought his sound equipment Tim Myers has recently and emceed the show. Everyone moved back to Wilmore and will had a lot of fun. Thanks to all be living in the red house at the who helped and came to watch, north end of town. He had been The next show will be May living in Laramie, Wyo. Wel- 27, in Centennial Park. Doug come back, Tim! Swonger will be back with his Daniel Bradley, and Kaler band, The Legends. There will . Hazen. Zielke had the best time also be a number of descendants Re /cling St:ort:s with his opening 800 meters in from Wilmore alumni there to k wil ) 2 minutes, 14.49 seconds, perform. It sounds like a lot of The Timberwolves took fifth place in the 400-meter relay, clocked in 48.18 seconds. Those runners (in orde0 were Daniel Bradley, Chance Gates, Luke Baker, and anchorman Jeremy Flinkman. 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