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(continued from page 1) Sophomore Cody Lohrding Ashland rushed the ball for rushed the ball for 17 yards and 88 yards and passed for 52 more passed for 147 yards for a total yards for a total of 140 yards, of 164 yards. Senior Gerald Morehead led Junior Cody Konrade rushed the T-Wolf offense with 174 for another nine yards. Junior yards on the ground and 22 in Dalton Morehead ran the ball for the air for a total of 196 yards, six yards as well as receiving the He carried the ball 19 times for ball twice for 38 yards. 157 yards, received two passes Seniors Kody Huck and for 17 yards, and completed Charlie Barragan each rushed for three-of-four passes for 22 yards, three yards. Barragan received More County Meeting I I I aCOntinuedfrompaael) for a 48-inch cut from The te financial repbff for the Lawnmower Store in Wood- hospital, noting that July was ward, Okla. She also reported the best month at the hospital that the estimate to repair the during the past 10 years, existing mower would be $200 for --Met with Lynda Cooley, parts, and an undetermined courthouse custodian and amount for labor. After inspect- groundskeeper, who discussed ing the mower themselves and with the commissioners the need determining that some beatings to repair or replace the eight- need to be replaced, the commis- year-old Dixon mower she uses sioners instructed Mrs. Cooley at the courthouse. Bids were to take it to a mechanic in $5,328 for a 54-inch cut, or $5,145 Wellsford to have it repaired. World Alzheimer's Day Is September 21. Pioneer Lodge is having a bake sale beginning at 9 a.m. Friday, Sept. 9 in front of Main Street Pharmacy. We are raising funds to aid with the walk to end Alzheimer's. We will be having a team at one of the nearest walk events. Your assis- tance with making or buying an item would be greatly appreciated. Contact Pioneer Lodge if you should have questions or would like to give a donation, (620) 582-2123. Remember ... Everyone is invited to our Monday night services at the Coldwater Veterans' Building. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. with worship service at 7 p.m. "God's Country Cowboy Church is reaching out to all western folks and the un-churched." Pastor John Paul. the ball three times for 82 yards, and Huck caught three passes for 19 yards. Barragan was top receiver for 9/8 SCHS, followed by Dalton More- head. Trisfm Hazen, a junior, caught one pass for 13 yards to round 9/9 out the South Central offense. Sophomore Luke Reimer led the Blue Jays offensively with 46 yards rushing and 37 yards from pass receptions. A total of 10 Timberwolves were charted with tackles Friday night against Ashland. Junior Cabe Lindsay led the defensive effort with 10 tackles. Close behind him was senior9/10 Gerald Morehead with eight. Seniors Kody Huck and Charlie Barragan and junior Dalton Morehead each had six 9/12 tackles. Sophomore Cody Lohrding was credited with five 9/13 tackles during the game. With three tackles each were 9/14 junior Tristin Hazen and sopho- more Ethan Jellison. Junior Hunter Huck had a pair of tack- 9/15 les, and sophomore Christian Hess rounded out the defensive 9/16 effort for the game with one tackle. This Friday night the Timber- wolves will host the Wildcats from Minneola High School in the Annual Fall Homecoming football game. That game will begin at 7 p.m., with the Home- coming King and Queen to be crowned at 6:30 --just prior to the start of the game. Minneola is coming offa 42- 22 win over Kiowa County High School last week. Area Scores Minneola ........... 42 Kiowa Co.. 22 Ingalls ............... 62 S. Gray ...... 16 Hodgeman Co.. 46 Wichita Co... 0 Ness City ......... 67 Macksville .. 26 Box Score SCHS ............... 0 6 7 21 34 AHS .................. 0 0 8 0 8 At the Coldwater Elevator Aug. 31 2.56 Sept. 1 2.66 Sept. 2 2.73 Sept. 6 closed Sept. 6 2.70 Alliance Ag & Grain 582-2251 Recycling Starts with YOU! upcoming activities of South Central School Destination Day SCHS Varsity Tennis at Cimarron, 3 p.m. SCMS VB/FB vs Kiowa County, 4:00 T-Wolf Day School Dismissed, 1 p.m. Homecoming Parade, 3:30 p.m. Homecoming Pep Rally, 4 p.m. Start serving food at the Football field, 5:30 p.m. Homecoming Royalty Crowning, 6:30 Homecoming Game vs Minneola , 7 p.m. Homecoming Dance to follow game SCHS Volleyball at Hodgeman County Tournament National ACT Date SCHS Cross Country at Skyline, 10 a.m. SCHS JV Football hosting Satanta, 5:30 p.m. Loyal Hustlers, 7 p.m. SCHS Volleyball at Attica, 5 p.m. FCCLA Fall Officer Training at Liberal School Board Meeting, 7 p.m. SCHS Cross Country at Chaparral, 4 p.m. SCMS VB/FB at Ingalls, 4 p.m. SCHS Football at Ingalls, 7 p.m. COWPOKES By Ace Reid htl0:/h~et.eovOcxk~J.eo rn "If you'd really believed in that o1' hoss of yours, you could've won everything I haW" Managing all your rmancial af- fairs gets a LOT EASIER when you BANK ON LINE WITH The Bank of Coldwater! 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