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Com tionatJ by Bob Greer cause of illnesses and/or injuries. Points were hard to come by SCHS managed to get five Tuesday oflastweek, May2, as places to total their 26 team the South Central High School points. Included were one sec- boys track and field squad com- ond place, one third, and a trio peted in another big meet. of fourth-place finishes. The Timberwolves were in Macksviile, with a crew of the annual Jetmore High School top-notch athletes, racked up 88 Invitational. A field of 15 teams points for first place. Bucklin competed in the boys division of was runner-up with 69 team the meet. South Central managed points. Sharing third and fourth to garner 26 points and placed places with 55 points each were ninth in the final standings. Spearviile High and South Gray Once more the T-Wolves High School from Montezuma. were short two of their main- Other team standings and stays: seniors Bryce Reimer and points for the boys: Alex Brooks. Both were out be- 5-6. Ness City and Meade Most Major nds Now Aw liable at Central Fuel & Service, Inc. N. Central 582-2621 Coldwate Remember -- Next Monday is the Deadline to Sign Up-for Stop in and talk to Tony or Lisa to find out what is best for you in chosing a plan before you decide. Tony & Lisa Gales, Pharmacists 113 E. Main 582-2134 or 1-800-794-4307 Coldwater tied with 54 team points each. 7. Haviland 46.8. LaCrosse 31.9. South Central with 26 team points. 10-11-12. Three teams tied for these places with 21 points each: Skyline High from Pratt, meet-host Jetmore, and Cunningham. 13. Greensburg with 8 points. 14. Hanston 7.15. Cimarron with 2 team points. Jeremy Flinkman won second place in the high jump, clearing. 6 feet even. Josh Zielke picked up third place in the 400-meter dash, clocked in 54.58 seconds. Freshman Kaler Hazen scored fourths in two distance events. He clocked 5:03.59 in the 1600-meter run, and did 11 minutes, 41.26 seconds in the 3200-meter run. The other Timberwolf fourth place was racked up by the 1600- meter relay unit. The time was 3 minutes, 44.70 seconds. Those runners (in order) were Josh Zielke, Jered Flinkman, Jeremy Flinkman, and Anthony Pollino. Jered had the fastest 400-meter clocking of the four: 55.26 sec- onds. Three different Timber- wolves turned in personal-best marks at Jetmore, but none scored points. But such best-ever efforts always pleases the SCHS coaches. It shows continual im- provement as the season progresses. Jesse Baker had his career- best clocking of 2:20.08 in the 800-meter run. Anthony Pollino had his best-ever time in the 110- meter high hurdles. That was 19,44 seconds. And Dayne Tay- lor had his best-ever time of 19.05 seconds in the high hurdles. South Central competed in the 400-meter relay, but did not place with its time of 48.07 sec- onds. Those runners (in order) were Daniel Bradley, Jeremy Flinkman, Luke Baker, and Jered Flinkman. Jered (the an- chorman) had the best times of that group, doing his 100-meter stint in 11.12 seconds. Other Timberwolves com- peted, but did not place or score points. Here's how they fared in their events, with their marks: 200-Meter Dash -- Levi Miller 26.73 seconds. 400 Dash -- Levi Miller in 59.58 seconds. 800-Meter Run -- Anthony Pollino 2:15.04. Daniel Bradley 2:24.89. ur rads We Will Send a Free Subscription to To all the 2006 South Central High School graduates as long as they are enrolled in College, junior college, vo.tech, or trade school m any of the myriad of choices they have for continuing their education. Just let us know their addresses and when to start the subscriptions. It was pretty quiet in Wilmore by Carmen Odell this week. The kids are all count- ing down these last few days of school. We've been getting some nice little rains and everyone's garden is looking good. Bill Mcllveen was to get a Usually we find him pretty phone in his room Tuesday of quickly, but this time it got dark this week. If you would like to and he still hadn't come home call him his number is 620-408- or been apprehended. I had 9588. planned to look for him again as One of the great things about soon as Gratton left on the bus living in a small community is the next morning, but USD 300 not only knowing everyone by save me some time. When the name, but knowing eve/yone's school bus arrived to pick up dog byname as well. It can come Gratton, they also dropped Rico- in handy, chet off. We have a Jack Russel named I'm sure he appreciated the Ricochet who seems to have hit ride because he had worn him- his "teenage years". About once self out. Lets hope he's learned a month he runs offto town and his lesson and stays home. He's talks Cooper Cline into jumping pretty smart though. 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