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More South Central over Macksville ... (continued from page I) 10 carries. Sophomore Cody Lohrding carded the ball twice but lost two yards in the pro- Maureen Herd cess. Cody Lohrding led all receiv- ers on the field, catching the ball six times for 178 Timberwolf yards. Senior Charlie Barragan caught a pair of aerials for 71 yards, and Dalton Morehead los and three assists. caught a pair of passes for 48 Freshman Eli Jellison had a yards, pair of unassisted tackles and Chayde Snyder topped all the three assists, and Cody other T-Wolves in passing the Lohrding had a single solo and ball, with completing 5-of-8 three assists. Sophomore Chris- passes for 138 yards, tian Hess had two assists and Gerald Morehead completed freshman Gage Girk had one as- 2-of-2 for 113 yards, and Cody sist. Lohrdingcompleted2-of-7 for46 Gerald Morehead had two yards, sacks, and Hunter Huck and Eli Top passing honors in the Jellison each had one sack. game, however, belong to Dalton Morehead also had Macksville senior Brighton Russell with 334 yards, complet- one interception. ing 27-of-50 aerial attempts. The Timberwolves host the On defense,junior Cabe Lind- Skyline Thunderbirds this Fri- say led the Timberwolves with day, Oct. 7. The Thunderbirds seven solo tackles and 18 as- go into the game with a record sists. Right behind him wasof 0-5. Skyline lost 40-6 last Fri- Charlie Barragan with seven so- day to Argonia/Attica. los and two assists. Area Scores Juniors Hunter Huck and Skyline .............. 6 Argonia ...... 40 Fairfield ........... 24 Kiowa Co... 40 Tristin Hazen each had four un- Hodgeman Co. 62 Greeley Co... 8 assisted tackles and six assists. Ashland .......... 64 Bucklin ....... 18 Next were Dalton Morehead with Box Score three solos and six assists and SCHS ............... 0 26 7 13 46 Gerald Morehead with three so- MHS ................. 0 8 8 14 30 Maureen Herd, 86 of Protec- tion, died Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016, at Pioneer I dge in Coldwater. Born Nov. 11,1929, at Ash- land, she was the daughter of Clarence and Delphine (Wyatt) Harden. She was a lifetime resident of Protection, graduating from Pro- tection High School in 1947 and attending Rockford College in Rockford, 111. Sept. 29, 1948, she married Hem John "Looie" Herd at Pro- tection. He preceded her in death Oct. 28,2006. Maureen was a lifetime mem- ber of the Protection Christian Church in Protection, where she taught Sunday School for more than 60 years and held numer- ous different positions there. Her other memberships included Protection Township Library Board Member, Order of Eastern Star, 4-H Leader, and Cub Scout Den Leader. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, C.J. "Sonny" Harden, and one sis- ter, Beverly (Harden) Jones and her husband Dean. Her survivors include: one daughter, Sue Schwerdtfeger and her husband Mark of Capron, Okla.; two sons, John Herd and his wife Julie of Pro- tection, and Charley Herd and his wife Jana of Coldwater; one sister-in-law, Cay Harden of Oakley; four grandchildren, Melanie Thompson and hus- band Kelsey of Coldwater, Lauren Swingle and her husband Brett of Coldwater, Jeremy Herd and his wife Kayla of Protection, and Patrick Herd and his wife Nicole of Coldwater; and five great-grandchildren. Memorial service will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, at the Protection Christian Church in Protection, with Andrew Evans presiding. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Pioneer Lodge or Protection Township Library in care of Hatfield-Prusa Funeral Home, P.O. Box 417,Coldwater, KS 67029. WEPAC Tickets on Sale Tickets are now on sale fortoward providing resources and the 8th annual WEPAC Hoops cancer screening tests for for Hope Charity basketballwomen in Clark and Comanche game Friday, Oct. 28, at the South Counties. WEPAC also pays for Central High School gym in up to $200 per year for skin Coldwater. Tip off tinae is 7 p.m. screening for men in Comanche WNBA celebrities and and Clark Counties. women' s college basketballTickets are available online at standouts are once again fea- wepacthehouse.com or through tured in the event along with local distributors, Debbie high school senior and alumni. Trahern in Ashland, Laurie Mi- Teams will be coached by nor and Jennifer Denison in Sidney Spencer, Shanna Minneola, Teresa Jellison in Zohlman, Kayla Herd and Patsy Protection and Debbie York in Jellison. Coldwater. T-shirts are also ESPN announcer Brenda available for $15. VanLengen is returning for her Anyone unable to attend the 8th year to do the play-by-play, game encouraged to gener- VanLengen is well known by ously purchase tickets for sports fans for her work with the people who might not be able to NCAA, Fox Sports, the NAIA,attend. and ESPN. In the past there have been "Every year I'm just amazedstudents who have been the re- at the willingness of the former cipients of local donations. To players and new recruits who make a donation please contact want to come to support ourPresident Kim Hazen or any cause," WEPAC President KimWEPAC board member. Hazen said. "These ladies aren't A Silent auction will be held getting paid to come and play atthegame. Ifyou are interested -- they just want to come and in donating items for the auction, some are coming a great dis- contact Auction Chair, Tammy tance." Sanders. Funds raised through the There will also be a conces- Hoops for Hope charity game go sion at the game. Please join the Freedom Community and the Board of Directors of The Freedom Museum, Inc. for a celebration of the museum's lversary Sunday, October 9, 2016 2:00-4:00 in the Afternoon The Freedom Museum, Inc., 505 Main Street,Freedom, Oklahoma