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NORFOLK DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012

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Aug. 31................................................Randolph Sept. 7.................................Clearwater/Orchard Sept. 14...................................at Clarkson/Leigh Sept. 21..................................Niobrara/Verdigre Sept. 28.................................at Neligh-Oakdale Oct. 5..................................................Creighton Oct. 13.........................at Elgin Public/Pope John Oct. 18...........................................at Bloomfield

Aug. 30.................................at St. Mary’s/Ewing Sept. 4............................................at Creighton Sept. 6........................................Plainview Invite Sept. 11....................................at Elkhorn Valley Sept. 13......................................Laurel-Concord Sept. 20..............................................at Stanton Sept. 22...............................................West Holt Sept. 25.................................at Neligh-Oakdale Sept. 27...................................Hartington Public Oct. 2......................................................O’Neill Oct. 4................................................at Osmond Oct. 9..................................................Randolph Oct. 11.......................Pierce County Tournament Oct. 16..................................St. Mary’s/Orchard Oct. 22-26...........................NENAC Tournament Oct. 29-30.......................................Sub-Districts Nov. 1-2.........................................District Finals Nov. 8-10...........................State at Grand Island

GIRLS’ GOLF Aug. 23..................................Invite at Ainsworth Aug. 31........................ at Norfolk Catholic-Dual Sept. 4...........................................Stanton-Dual Sept. 8.........................................Invite at Pierce Sept. 10.....................................Invite at O’Neill Sept. 15......................................Plainview Invite Sept. 17.....................................at Crofton/HCC Sept. 20......................................Invite at Wayne Sept. 22................................at Girls’ Golf Quad Sept. 24......................................at O’Neill-Dual Sept. 27...................................at West Holt-Dual Sept. 29...................................Invite at Oakland Oct. 2.....................................................Districts Oct. 8-9...................................State - Columbus

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CROSS COUNTRY Aug. 30............................at Wisner-Pilger Invite Sept. 6.................................at Hartington Public Sept. 14...............................................at O’Neill Sept. 21..............................................at Crofton Sept. 27..............................................at Stanton Oct. 2..........................................NENAC at TBA Oct. 5.............................................at Bloomfield Oct. 11........................................Districts at TBA Oct. 19.......................................State - Kearney

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WSC Chasing a national title By BRUCE VIERGUTZ bviergutz@hotmail.com

WAYNE — This could be the year. The Wayne State College football team hopes this is the season to become conference champions, make the playoffs and take that ride as far as it will carry them. “We feel like we have any opportunity to be good,’’ said Wildcats head coach Dan McLaughlin. “We were 7-4 last year with 13 season-ending injuries. We were on our thirdteam quarterback in our fourth game and lost five starters off the defense. It was a tough year in that regard.’’

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Richard Daniel Defensive end Papillion-La Vista

WAYNE — Richard Daniel’s accomplishments on the football field aren’t too difficult to see. Daniel, a senior defensive end at Wayne State College, is a returning first-team Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference player. Daniel was the Wildcats’ fifth-leading tackler a year ago, finishing with 39 solo stops and 20 assisted tackles. But Daniel’s off-the-field action is just as impressive. Daniel is being nominated for the 2012 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team — one of the most prestigious honors in all of college football. Among the things Daniel has done off the field, are take two mission trips to Africa to work at an orphanage, along with other college campuses. Daniel also helps assist the elderly at CareAge Retirement Community in Wayne and is a volunteer working with children at the Wayne Tower School and Wayne Middle School. From the 117 nominees, two 11-player Good Works Teams will be selected in late September, one for the Football Bowl Subdivision (Division I-A), and the other for the NCAA Football Championship Subdivisions II, III and the NAIA. Past members include: Peyton and Eli Manning, ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer and former Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III. “I got involved though a campus ministry here at Wayne,’’ said Daniel. “When I was a freshman, I never realized the love that God had for me. When I found out what that was all about, I decided to be a person to make Jesus Christ’s name well-known. I feel like that is what God has called me to do. I love God and I want to serve Him.’’ Daniel said the experience has made him realize that there are other people here and around the world with much more difficult problems to deal with than he does. “No matter what, people still need love and need to know that there are people out there who do care about them,’’ he said. “With God, you get the ultimate love, and I want to help spread the word.’’ Daniel said he feels honored to be thought of as one of the top off-the-field contributors in the nation as a college football player. “It kind of cool,’’ he said. “Of all the stuff I do, it isn’t to just get my name out there. I do it for God and try to live the way He wants me to. I just give all the credit and glory to God.’’

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Wildcats look to turn the corner Without a senior, WSC soccer team hopes to improve upon 5-11-2 season By BRUCE VIERGUTZ bviergutz@hotmail.com

WSC junior Kayli Hopper

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WAYNE — The Wayne State College women’s soccer team is young and restless. Young, in that there is not a senior on the squad, and restless because the Wildcats are looking for their first conference title for four-year head coach Molly Grisham. Wayne State toiled through a 5-11-2 season a year ago and were 2-10-1 in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. But not all was bleak for the Wildcats last year. Of the 11 losses, five came in overtime in which the Wildcats sported an 0-3-2 mark. “While we will be young, we do have players who have earned a good deal of experience over the last couple of years,’’ Grisham said. “I believe our returning players understand the style of soccer we want to play and understand my expectations for them on and off the field. “I think we will be stronger in the air this year than we have been in the past. I also think our bench will be extremely deep.’’ Back for Wayne State this year are juniors Kayli Hopper (Norfolk native), midfielder Macy Hagen, and goalkeeper Ryan Wells along with the team’s top scorer in sophomore midfielder Mallory Hoyt. “Our back line will be strong again this season,’’ Grisham said. “We have some new

WSC Roster JUNIORS: Ryan Wells, 5-6, GK; Kayli Hopper, 5-9, F; Janice Riesberg, 5-9, F; Caitlin Hollinger, 5-7, M; Charlie-Marie Evans, 5-8, D; Norma Volkmer, 5-2, F; Kara Naumann, 5-4, D/M; Macy Hagen, 5-7, M/D. SOPHOMORES: Mallory Hoyt, 5-5, M; Kelsea Lambert, 5-6, M; Alex Mathers, 5-7, D; McKenna Adams, 5-6, F/M. FRESHMEN: Allison Wolff, 5-9, GK; Courtney True, 5-5, GK; Bridget Hansen, 5-8, M/F; Hannah Thayer, 5-4, D/M; Hannah Hirsch, 5-2, M; Josie Brown, 58, M/D; Makenzie Evans, 5-5, M; Dana Ormiston, 5-7, M; Natalie Poppe, 5-5, D; Rachel Mabrey, 5-10, D; Kelly Voigt, 5-9, F/M. faces in that area, but we know as a team how to play good team defense, and we pride ourselves in that.’’ The Wildcats held the opposition to just 12 shots on goal per game and allowed an average of 1.39 goals per game. “We’ve been building the last couple of years to become more competitive within our squad, and I think you will see that this year,’’ Grisham said. “We do have a lot of depth at a variety of positions, and we hope

we’re always two-deep at every spot so that those two players are pushing each other in practice to be better each and every day.’’ Other letter winners back are forward Janice Riesberg, defender Norma Volkmer, midfielder Alex Mathers, forward McKenna Adams, defender/midfielder Jordan Hobza and midfielder Kelsea Lambert. Redshirt freshman Rachel Mabrey (defender) is back and is expected to contribute. Wayne State opens the season at the Drury Tournament in Springfield, Mo., this weekend. “We want to evolve as a program by playing good possession soccer,’’ Grisham said. “We hope that playing our style of soccer, coupled with a high work ethic, will lead to a conference tournament berth.’’ Grisham said the conference will be tough as usual. “With two new teams added, things could change,’’ Grisham said. “We have less nonconference matches and will jump into conference play much earlier this season. We’re playing a complete NCAA Division II schedule this season, and the early games will be very important. “Based on recruiting classes, I would have to think that Minnesota State and Winona State will both be very strong again this year.’’

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Football

Volleyball

Aug. 24.........................................at Madison Aug. 31................................................O’Neill Sept. 7............................at South Sioux City Sept. 14.....................at Columbus Lakeview Sept. 21.....................................Fort Calhoun Sept. 28......................at West Point-Beemer Oct. 5...................................................Pierce Oct. 12.......................................at David City Oct. 18.................................Norfolk Catholic Oct. 25-Nov. 13.......................State Playoffs Nov. 20..................................................State

Aug. 30-Sept. 1. at Northeast NEB Volleyball Classic Sept. 4.........................................at Schuyler Sept. 8.......................at Boone Central Invite Sept. 11.............West Point Central Catholic Sept. 18...........................at Norfolk Catholic Sept. 22.................................at Wisner Invite Sept. 25. . . . .Triangular at West Point-Beemer Sept. 27..................Triangular at Logan View Sept. 29.....................................Wayne Quad Oct. 2..............................Triangular at Wayne Oct. 4.................................................Crofton Oct. 11...................................at Battle Creek Oct. 19............................Triangular at Wayne Oct. 22-26.........................Conf. Tournament Oct. 29-30.................................Sub-Districts Nov. 1.......................................District Finals Nov. 8-10...............................................State

2012 Schedule

Cross Country 2012 Schedule

Aug. 30.......................at Wisner-Pilger Invite Sept. 4............................... South Sioux City Sept. 7....................at Norfolk Catholic Invite Sept. 8.......................at Lincoln Pius X Invite Sept. 11.....................................Wayne Invite Sept. 13...............at Columbus Scotus Invite Sept. 21................................at Crofton Invite Sept. 24....................................at UNK Invite Sept. 27...............................at Aquinas Invite Oct. 5...........Conference Meet at Bloomfield Oct. 11..............................................Districts Oct. 19................................State at Kearney

Golf

2012 Schedule

Aug. 23.......at West Point/Beemer Triangular Aug. 24......................................Wayne Invite Aug. 31................................at Stanton Invite Sept. 4............................Triangular at Neligh Sept. 6...............................at Lakeview Invite Sept. 8....................................at Pierce Invite Sept. 13...........................Triangular at Pierce Sept. 15.....................at Boone Central Invite Sept. 18..........................Triangular at Wayne Sept. 20........................Wayne Metteer Invite Sept. 25..................at Mid State Conference Sept. 26...............at Columbus Scotus Invite Sept. 29....................at Oakland-Craig Invite Oct. 2........................................Districts TBA Oct. 8-9.............................State Tournament

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Plenty of youth for WSC cross country teams No seniors on roster for either Wayne State team Special to the Daily News WAYNE — The Wayne State College men’s cross country team has a small and young squad for the 2012 season. Marlon Brink, entering his 13th year as the head cross country and track and field coach at Wayne State, has a roster of six runners — three juniors, one sophomore and two freshmen. Omaha Westside junior Garang Lual returns as the top Wildcat runner after being the top WSC finisher in all six meets last season. Other returning juniors for the Wildcats this season include Greg Tracy (Millard West) and Nathan Boggess (Platteview). “Garang was 31st at last year’s NSIC Championships in his first full year of collegiate running, and Greg made some good improvements last year and should hopefully continue to do so again this year,” Brink said. Jared Balady is the team’s lone sophomore. Balady will focus primarily on training for the track season but may be called upon for some additional depth in the event of any injuries. The two freshmen on this year’ team are Albion Boone Central graduate Brody Kelley and West Point-Beemer grad Jared Meister. “Newcomers Jared Meister

WSC Roster Men JUNIORS: Greg Tracy (Millard West), Garang Lual (Omaha Westside), Nathan Boggess (Platteview). SOPHOMORE: Jared Balady (Murrieta, Calif.). FRESHMEN: Brody Kelley (Boone Central), Jared Meister (West Point-Beemer). Women JUNIORS: Holli Erickson (Murrieta, Calif.), Skyler Lippman (Pierce). SOPHOMORE: Laura Camacho (Bellevue East). FRESHMEN: Elizabeth Holmes (Omaha Concordia), Amber Hurlbert (Arlington), Natasha Jensen (Winside), Molly Kingsley (Bellevue East), Makael Lanum (Plattsmouth).

and Brody Kelley will be adapting to the college racing distances and gaining much experience in their first year,” Brink said.

WSC women Marlon Brink enters his 13th season as the head women’s cross country coach at Wayne State College. The Wildcats return three of the top four runners from last

season and add five talented freshmen who will be asked to contribute immediately on a team that has no seniors in 2012 — two juniors, one sophomore and five freshmen. “I believe we have a group that can make some improvements on our team, placing from last year if we are able to stay healthy and keep everyone striving to push each other in practice,” Brink said. Returning juniors this season are Skyler Lippman (Pierce) and Holli Erickson (Murrieta, Calif.). Lippman was the top WSC runner in all but one meet last season. “Skyler and Holli will be looked upon to provide the leadership for the squad this year,” Brink said. Sophomore Laura Camacho gained valuable experience last season and will compete for a top five spot again this season along with the five incoming freshmen. The five freshmen are Elizabeth Holmes (Omaha Concordia), Amber Hurlbert (Arlington), Natasha Jensen (Winside), Molly Kingsley (Bellevue East) and Makael Lanum (Plattsmouth). Holmes was a four-year state cross country qualifier in high school while Lanum and Jensen were both state qualifiers as seniors in 2011 and, according to Brink, will adapt well to the longer college race distances.

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WAYNE — The Wayne State College women’s golf team was hit hard by graduation as seventh-year head coach Troy Harder lost four of his top golfers. The roster features one sophomore and five freshmen. “We’re going to be young, but the girls Bauer are going to get great playing experience,” Harder said. The lone returner to this year’s team is sophomore Sarah Phinney from Grand Island Northwest, who played in both meets last spring after joining the team at semester. Members are freshmen Zan-

WSC Roster Men SOPHOMORES: Blake Bauer (O’Neill), Sean Manley (South Sioux City). FRESHMEN: Jeff Greenwood (Kimball), Brad Lanman (Battle Creek), Jack Peterson (South Sioux City), Colin Preston (Wayne). Women SOPHOMORE: Sarah Phinney (Grand Island). FRESHMEN: Taylor Burke (Wayne), Zandria Cole (Grand Island), Emily Kaslon (Grand Island), Emily Low (Onawa, Iowa), Brittney Peterson (Wayne). dria Cole of Grand Island High, Taylor Burke and Brittney Peterson of Wayne, Emily Kaslon of Grand Island Northwest and Emily Low from Onawa, Iowa.

WSC men The Wildcat men will have a young roster with two sophomores and four freshmen. O’Neill sophomore Blake Bauer posted the top scoring average for the Wildcats last season at 83.0 and will be looked on to lead Wayne State again this season. “Blake had a great freshman year for us, and I look for even better things from him this year,” Harder said. The other sophomore on the Wildcat roster for this season is Morningside transfer Sean Manley, who hails from South Sioux City. Manley will be joined by freshmen Jeff Greenwood (Kimball), Brad Lanman (Battle Creek), Jack Peterson (South Sioux City) and Colin Preston (Wayne).


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Wayne State fall sports schedules (Home games in bold)

Football Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

1 p.m. ............... at MSU Moorhead 1 p.m. .........................Minot State 1 p.m. ................... at Bemidji State 1 p.m. ................... St. Cloud State 1 p.m. . Augustana (homecoming) 5 p.m. ....... at SW Minnesota State 1 p.m. ......................Winona State 1 p.m. .......... at Concordia-St. Paul 1 p.m. ................ Minnesota State 1 p.m. .......................at Upper Iowa Noon ..........................at Sioux Falls

Volleyball Aug. 31 - Sept. 1 .............Oredigger Classic Aug. 31 2 p.m. .....................Dallas Baptist Aug. 31 6:30 p.m. .............Colorado Mesa Sept. 1 1 p.m. .................... Tarleton State Sept. 1 5:30 p.m...........St. Joseph’s (Ind.) Sept. 7-8 ........................ UCCS Tournament Sept. 7 3 p.m. ...........................Fort Lewis Sept. 7 8 p.m. ......... UC-Colorado Springs Sept. 8 10 a.m. ............ Midwestern State

Sept. 8 Sept. 14 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 28 Sept. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 6 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 Oct. 27 Nov. 1 Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 10

5:30 p.m.....Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 7 p.m. ....................Winona State 3 p.m. ........................Upper Iowa 7 p.m. ......................at Augustana 7 p.m. ...at Minnesota, Crookston 3 p.m. ................. at Bemidji State 7 p.m. .................. Chadron State 7 p.m. .......................Minot State 4 p.m. ............University of Mary 7 p.m. ............at Minnesota State 4:30 p.m.... at Concordia-St. Paul 7 p.m. ............Nebraska-Kearney 7 p.m. ................. St. Cloud State 4 p.m. ............ Minnesota Duluth 7 p.m. .........................Augustana 7 p.m. ...............at Northern State 4 p.m. ............. at MSU Moorhead 7 p.m. ........... Concordia-St. Paul 4 p.m. .............. Minnesota State 7 p.m. ........SW Minnesota State 2 p.m. ......................at Sioux Falls 7 p.m. .....................at Upper Iowa 4 p.m. ................. at Winona State

Nov. 16-17 TBA ....... NSIC tournament at TBA Nov. 22-24 TBA ... NCAA regional tournament

Women’s Soccer Aug. 31 - Sept. 2 ............... Drury tournament Aug. 31 5 p.m. ...................... Missouri S&T Sept. 2 2:30 p.m. .............................. Drury Sept. 6 5 p.m. ...........NW Missouri State Sept. 9 1 p.m. ......................at Augustana Sept. 15 Noon ............... at MSU Moorhead Sept. 16 1 p.m. ................ at Nothern State Sept. 22 1 p.m. ................. at Bemidji State Sept. 23 1 p.m. ...at Minnesota, Crookston Sept. 29 11 a.m. ............... St. Cloud State Sept. 30 1 p.m. ............ Minnesota Duluth Oct. 5 7 p.m. ........ at Concordia-St. Paul Oct. 7 1 p.m. ............at Minnesota State Oct. 13 11 a.m. .....................Minot State Oct. 14 1 p.m. ............University of Mary Oct. 20 1 p.m. ........................Upper Iowa Oct. 21 1 p.m. ....................Winona State Oct. 26 7 p.m. ......................at Sioux Falls Oct. 28 1 p.m. ........SW Minnesota State

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VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL

Aug. 30..................................................at O’Neill Sept. 6.........................West Point Central Catholic at Newman Grove Sept. 8..........................Boone Central Invitational Sept. 8.........................Tourney at Newman Grove Sept. 11....................................................Crofton Sept. 13...............................Triangular at Madison Sept. 15.................................at Central City Invite Sept. 18.....................Triangular at Adams Central Sept. 22...................................at Norfolk Catholic Sept. 25..........................................................Ord Sept. 27.................Battle Creek at Newman Grove Oct. 2.....................................Triangular at Wayne Oct. 9..................................................at Fullerton Oct. 11.....................at Hartington Cedar Catholic Oct. 13......................Freshman Tourney at Neligh Oct. 16.....................................West Point Beemer Oct. 22, 23, 26. .Mid-State at Pierce/Norfolk Catholic Oct. 29/30..........................................Sub-District Nov. 1...............................................District Finals Nov. 8-10.............................State at Grand Island

Aug. 23......................................at Fullerton Dual Aug. 30...........................at West Holt Invitational Sept. 6.............Lakeview Invitational at Quail Run Sept. 8..................................at Pierce Invitational Sept. 11............................Triangular at Quail Run Sept. 15.......................Boone Central Invitational Sept. 20...............................at Wayne Invitational

Cross Country Aug. 31 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Nov. 3 Nov. 17

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NORFOLK DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012

Wayne State reloads ammunition Armes, Placke and Hobbs set to lead Wildcats’ volleyball program By BRUCE VIERGUTZ bviergutz@hotmail.com

WAYNE — Although the foundation is in place, the Wayne State College volleyball team will have some rebuilding to do this year. But even with five seniors graduating, the Wildcats aren’t planning to fall off the wagon any time soon. “We’re really excited about this year’s group,’’ said Wayne State coach Scott Kneifl. “We have five true freshmen and two redshirt freshmen on a roster of 13.’’ And that’s been the cause for some very competitive practices for the Wildcats early in the year. Wayne State returns Alex Armes, who notched 185 kills last season. Also back is Melanie Placke, who recorded 195 kills and 59 blocks as a right-side hitter. Two juniors are also back in outside hitter Cory Hobbs and setter Tatum Wroblewski. Hobbs had 302 kills and blocked 68 attacks. “Melanie and Alex are both players we are excited about offensively and blocking-wise,’’ Kneifl said. “Alex is a tremendous blocker who we feel can have a breakthrough offensive season. When she is on, she has to be accounted for by the opponent’s block. “Cori is a two-year starter, and we’re really excited about what she can contribute for us. She is a solid left-side player who we will look to a lot on the offensive side this season.’’ Kneifl said Wroblewski has come along after a positionchange. “Tatum will be fighting for a defensive specialist position in fall camp,’’ Kneifl said. “She is quick and has court experience, which will be important for this young group.’’ Kneifl said it’s been refreshing with the attitude the team has shown so far. “And they are all competing for jobs right now,’’ he said. “We have an exciting gym to practice in at this time.’’ For the Wildcats to compete

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WAYNE STATE COLLEGE volleyball players (from left) Alex Armes, Melanie Placke and Cori Hobbs return as the Wildcats’ top hitters from last season.

SENIORS Melanie Placke, RS, 6-0 ............... St. Libory Alex Armes, MH, 5-11 ..............Grand Island JUNIORS Lexi Malm, MH, 6-1....................Central City Cori Hobbs, OH, 6-0 ................ Battle Creek Tatum Wroblewski, S/DS ................. St. Paul on the level they’re accustomed to, Kneifl said the team has to just play some matches. “We don’t have a lot of college playing experience,’’ he said. “At the beginning of the season, we might not be as good as we will be at the end. That’s

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kind of our goal — to be great at the end of the season.’’ Wayne State finished 23-8 last year, losing 3-0 to Minnesota-Duluth in the first round of the playoffs. “I know some of our younger players are ready to step up and

Katie Hughes, OH, 5-11 .................. Seward Lauren Sieckmann, OH/RS, 5-10 .... Omaha Elizabeth Gebhardt, OH/RS 6-2....... Norfolk Jade Cunningham, S/DS, 5-10 ..........Laurel COACHES Head: Scott Kneifl (8th season) Assistant: Kim DePew

play,’’ Kneifl said. “I think we could be great by the time the tournament comes around. It’s a process because we know we can’t come in and be as good as we were last year because of what we lost to graduation.’’ Kneifl said the Wildcats will

continue to work hard on servereceive. “We need to pass three times and still have three options to go to,’’ he said. “We’ve looked really good in that category the last few days in practice. I’m excited to see what we can do once

we start competing.’’ Two redshirt freshmen the Wildcats will be looking at are 6-foot outside hitter Leisa McClintock and Courtney VanGroningen. One true freshman who will be vying for a spot is Liz Gebhardt, who graduated from Lutheran High Northeast in Norfolk. Gebhardt helped the Eagles win back-to-back Class C2 state volleyball titles. “Liz will compete at spots this season,’’ Kneifl said. “She is long and hits great angles on high balls. We are excited to watch her progress this season.” WSC will also be bolstered by transfer freshman Lauren Sieckmann from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. “Lauren will battle for a six rotation outside/right side position. She is a very gifted volleyball player and even though she is switching from the setter position to hitter, I look for great things out of Lauren this fall.’’ The Wildcats open the season at the Oredigger Classic in Golden, Colo., this weekend. Wayne State was picked to finish fourth in conference play and were rated No. 12 in the AVCA Division II Top 25 poll. The Wildcats will again have another tough schedule to deal with. Five-time defending national champion Concordia-St. Paul is on the schedule, along with preseason No. 6 Southwest Minnesota State, No. 7 MinnesotaDuluth and No. 23 Minnesota State. “We don’t want to fall off,’’ Kneifl said. “We want to stay competitive and compete for a conference championship. If we do that, then we’ are one of the top teams in the country.’’ Even the Wildcats will be young this year, Kneifl will not use that as an excuse. “We have a solid group of returners,’’ he said. “It is a group that will allow us to try many different options in the weeks ahead. Our main goal is to get better with each and every opportunity that we are given.’’

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SENIORS

Kevin Paulsen, WR, 5-9, 170 ............................................................. Pierce Nick Lewis, DB, 5-11, 190 ..................................................Las Vegas, Nev. Max Martin, K, 5-10, 195 ................................................... Sioux City, Iowa Vincent Patterson Jr., RB, 5-9, 195 .............................St. Petersburg, Fla. Taylor Baumert, DB, 6-1 205 ...................................................Pawnee City Nick Pulscher, RB, 5-11, 205 ................................................Sheldon, Iowa Brett Pribnow, DB, 6-0, 200 ........................................................... Scribner Brady Nicholson, FB, 5-11, 215 ...................................................Wakefield Tanner Gebers, LB, 6-0, 215 .................................................Holstein, Iowa Benjimin Perry, LB, 5-11, 215 ...................................New Port Richey, Fla. Randy Weich, P, 6-2, 250.................................................................... Pierce Brad Wright, OL, 6-2, 265....................................................................Ewing Matt Peter, OL, 6-4, 310 .................................................................. Winside Jeff Pokorny, DL, 6-3, 280 ............................................................... Howells Richard Daniel, DE, 6-1, 225 .......................................................... Papillion Alex Marquez, DE, 6-6, 245........................................................Miami, Fla.

JUNIORS

Charlie Davidson, RB, 6-1, 210 ............................................... Wheaton, Ill. Cyle Schultz, QB, 6-2, 195.......................................................Plainfield, Ill. Nate Most, QB, 6-1, 205.................................................................... Giltner Kendrick Hester, RB, 5-6, 140 ..........................................San Diego, Calif. Ben Radel, DB, 6-0, 185 ................................................................ Papillion Austan Pomajzi, DB, 6-1, 200 .................................................Grand Island Brock DeVries, FB, 6-2, 220 .................................................Jefferson, S.D. Tyler McKeown, LB, 6-1, 205 ........................................................... Norfolk James Worthen, LB, 6-1, 220 ......................................St. Petersburg, Fla. Richard Wehmeyer, OL, 6-6, 310 .................................................Nickerson Brent Schlote, 6-4, 295 ........................................................... Battle Creek Tyler DeWit, OL, 6-4, 265 ................................................ Orange City, Iowa Garret Bedke, OL, 6-1, 260 ....................................................... Pleasanton Grant Otten, TE, 6-3, 235 .............................................................Columbus Craig Tigges, TE, 6-3, 225 ....................................................Ringsted, Iowa

SOPHOMORES

Brody Rohach, QB, 6-4, 215 ..............................................Moorpark, Calif. Adam Stark, WR, 6-1, 175 ................................................................Elkhorn Jared Curry, LB, 6-1, 200 .................................................................... Ponca Cody Calhoun, WR, 6-2, 200 ...........................................................Maxwell Chase Samuel, DB, 6-1, 185............................................ McKinney, Texas Cole McDaniel, WR, 6-4, 205 .................................................... Tracy, Calif. J’Ron Erby, DB, 5-10, 170 ....................................................Hercules, Calif. Levi Kenny, DB, 5-11, 175 ..................................................................Carroll Chad Koch, LB, 6-0, 205 ............................................................ Hartington Nick Monzu, LB, 6-0, 195 .......................................... Missouri Valley, Iowa Tyler Johnson, FB, 6-1, 225 .............................................................. Omaha Tyson McGill, FB, 6-1, 205................................................................ Norfolk Jake Wright, LB, 6-2, 225 .........................................................North Platte Austin Heesacker, OL, 6-3, 275 ........................................................ Gretna Nathan Janke, OL, 6-5, 315 ............................................................ Winside Dylan Tolbert, DL, 6-5, 240 .............................................................. Omaha Adam Walker, OL, 6-3, 265 .............................................................. Omaha Tyson Clark, TE, 6-1, 205.................................................................. Lincoln Johnny Saunders, WR, 6-4, 200 ........................................................ Laurel Joe Trouba TE, 6-6, 235 ................................................................... Omaha Jeff Van Den Top, DL, 6-6, 235 .................................................... Hull, Iowa

REDSHIRT FRESHMEN

Brian Kent, QB, 6-1, 200 .......................................................Wauconda, Ill. Nathan Scott, LB, 6-3, 190 ...................................................... Broken Bow Brendan Barrington, WR, 6-3, 200 .................................... Pullman, Wash. Travis Anderson, DB, 6-2, 180 ..............................................Eldridge, Iowa Zach Bierman, DB, 6-3, 195 ................................................... Battle Creek Garrett Anthens, DL, 6-0, 235 .................................................Plattsmouth Tyler Oeltjen, FB, 6-1, 195 ............................................................... Creston Colby Dostal, LS, 5-10, 215............................................................... Gretna Nate Kroupa, LB, 6-0, 215 ............................................................... Omaha Brett Boden, OL, 6-3, 270 ................................................................ Omaha Wyatt Schuettler, OL, 6-8, 260 ...................................................... Osmond Brenden Buskirk, TE, 6-1, 225 ....................................................... Papillion Eli Vosler, DL, 6-3, 260 ..............................................................Morse Bluff

INCOMING FRESHMEN

Kyle Allen, DL, 6-6, 220 ...................................................Vancouver, Wash. Cortez Barfield, DL, 6-2, 245 .............................................. Iowa City, Iowa Shawn Barker, DL, 6-0, 285 ............................................... Clearwater, Fla. Tyler Basch, K/P, 6-0, 160 ............................................................. Papillion Johathan Baxter, DL, 6-0, 270 ............................................. Dade City, Fla. Jarrod Bazata, LS/DL, 6-3, 220 ...................................................... Howells Joey Bierman, DB, 6-0, 180 .................................................... Battle Creek Logan Burroughs, WR, 5-10, 165 .................................................... Norfolk Kevin Camacho, OL, 6-3, 275 .......................................... Henderson, Nev. Jon Davis, DB, 6-1, 180 ................................................. Webster City, Iowa Ehan Douglass-Wiley, RB, 6-2, 215 ................................................. Lincoln Shane Finley, OL,6-5, 282 ................................................................ Omaha Tony Gbogbo, OL, 6-2, 200 ................................................. Sioux City, Iowa Miles Guyton, WR, 6-1, 190 ...................................................... Chicago, Ill. Payton Hogan, OL, 6-3, 265 ............................................................. Omaha Aaron Hughes, DE, 6-4, 215 ...................................................... West Point Taylor Jensen, OL, 6-4, 265............................................................Emerson Dazmon Johnson, RB, 5-10, 185 ................................. San Antonio, Texas Eric Lammers, TE, 6-4, 230 ............................................. Bettendorf, Iowa Tyler Lindsay, K, 5-9, 165 ................................................................... Pierce John McCaig, OL, 6-6, 280 ....................................................................Blair Trevor Meader, LB, 6-4, 200 ............................................................ Lincoln Maurice Morrison, DB, 5-11, 215 ...................................Vancouver, Wash. Zach Osborn, QB, 6-1, 170 ...................................................... Harlan, Iowa Darius Pearson, WR, 5-11, 175 ......................................... Sioux City, Iowa Justin Pierre, DL, 6-2, 260............................................St. Petersburg, Fla. Ryan Porter, DL, 6-3, 265....................................................................Brady Bronson Stonacek, TE, 6-4, 200 ....................................................... Pierce Nathan Weatherby, TE, 6-3, 190 ......................................................Murray Colten Wehmeyer, WR, 6-0, 190..................................................Nickerson Logan Weinandt, TE/DL, 6-5, 205 ..................................................... Wynot Quinn Williams, WR, 6-1, 195 ............................................ Sioux City, Iowa

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THE 13 PLAYERS pictured above have ties to the area and are expected to contribute heavily to this year’s Wayne State College football team. They are (front, from left) Tyler McKeown of Norfolk, Brady Nicholson of Wakefield, Jared Curry of Ponca and Tyson McGill of Norfolk; (middle, from left) Kevin Paulsen of Pierce, Chad Koch of Hartington, Brad Wright of Ewing, Randy Weich of Pierce and Johnny Saunders of Laurel; (back row, from left) Nathan Janke of Winside, Brent Schlote of Battle Creek, Jeff Pokorny of Howells and Matt Peter of Winside. Not pictured: Zach Bierman of Battle Creek.

Now

Continued from Page 29— But the silver lining, if you can find one, is that several other players got playing time that might not have ordinarily had the opportunity. “We were able to develop a lot of depth,’’ McLaughlin said. “And all of those kids that were injured are back. We still have a lot of work to do between now and then. And our opponents will have a lot to say about that. But it’s been a long time since I’ve felt this good about a team.’’ The Wildcats tied for fourth place in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference and have seven offensive and eight defensive starters back. One of those starters back is Pierce native and senior wide receiver Kevin Paulsen, who was selected as a South Division second-team all-conference player. “I feel privileged to be one of the leaders this year,’’ Paulsen said. “If I can help the younger receivers understand what’s going on, it makes me feel great. We all have a job to do, and if we execute well, we’ll put up numbers offensively.’’ This will be the second year that the Wildcats will be under offensive coordinator John McMenamin. “We’ve grown as an offensive unit under him,’’ Paulsen said. “We’re ready to show what we can do. Last season was tough because we were still learning. But being comfortable in your offense is key, and I think we’re there.’’ Another player who hopes to make a contribution on offense is Norfolk High graduate Tyson McGill, who transferred from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. “I came here because I knew there would be a more realistic chance to play,’’ McGill said. “There was also some scholar-

ship money here for me, too. I was just looking to start and play as much as I could.’’ McGill started the last half of the season. “It was really a good experience to be around a group of guys,’’ McGill said. “They win a lot around here, and it’s fun to be a part of that.’’ The Wildcats hope to be solid on defense, led by first-team all-conference player Richard Daniel at defensive end. Daniel was the Wildcats’ fifth-leading tackler with 39 solo stops and 20 assisted. McLaughlin said the Wildcats should be solid on both the offensive and defensive lines. “I’m comfortable with our quarterback situation, and our overall team speed is excellent.

And I feel our kicking game is outstanding.’’ The Wildcats will look to Cyle Schultz and Nate Most at quarterback. Schultz went out with a season-ending injury in the opener against the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Most started seven games, and the Wildcats were forced to go to their third-team quarterback after Most got hurt. Wayne State has a top punter back in Pierce native Randy Weich, an AP Little All-America kicker. Max Martin returns as the Wayne State point-after and field goal kicker. Because of a lack of scholarships in Division II, depth is always a concern for McLaughlin. “A lot of our backups are red-

shirt freshmen or freshmen who haven’t played that much,’’ McLaughlin said. “They’re good players and good kids, but it’s hard to throw them out there right away and expect them to compete at a high level.’’ The Wildcats showed they can play with anybody in the country last year when they upset No. 1 and defending national champion Minnesota-Duluth 7-0. “We think we’re just this far from being at that level,’’ said McLaughlin, holding his index finger and thumb about a half an inch apart. “We had a couple of games that could’ve went our way and we would’ve been 9-2 and in the playoffs. If we can avoid injuries, we could have a great year.’’

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Tilden, NE 402-368-2154 Battle Creek, NE - 402-675-5300 Plainview, NE - 402-582-4511

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Aug. 30..................at Winside Triangular........TBA Sept. 4........................................Neligh.......5:30 Sept. 6...............................at Creighton.......5:30 Sept. 11.................................Plainview.......5:30 Sept 15....................at Stanton Tourney.....10:00 Sept. 20................Emerson Hubbard & Lyons Decater Triangular .......5:30 Sept. 22.....................at Ansley Tourney.......9:30 Sept. 25.................................West Holt.......5:30 Sept. 27...Osmond & Bloomfield Triangular.......5:30 Oct. 2.................................at Randolph.......5:30 Oct. 6......................at High Plains Quad.......9:00 Oct. 9......................................at Laurel.......5:30 Oct. 11........................................Lynch.......5:30 Oct. 16....................................at O’Neill.......5:30 Oct. 19........Madison & Pierce Triangular.......6:00 Oct. 22-23, 26...Conference at Plainview Oct. 29-30..........................Subdistricts Nov. 1......................................Districts Nov. 8-9, 10..................................State

Aug. 23......Elba North Loup Scotia............6:00 Aug. 31.........................at Santee............7:00 Sept. 7.....................at St. Edward............7:00 Sept. 14...................at Silver Lake............7:00 Sept. 21............................Walthill............2:30 Sept. 28...........................Arcadia............7:00 Oct. 12.....................Sioux County............3:00 Oct. 19.........................at Hyannis............3:00 Oct. 26............1st Round Playoffs Nov. 2............ 2nd Round Playoffs Nov. 9.........................State Finals

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2012 GIRLS’ GOLF SCHEDULE Aug. 24...............................at Wayne......9:00 Aug. 30..........................at West Holt......9:00 Sept. 4................................at Neligh......4:30 Sept. 6...........................at Columbus......9:00 Sept. 8................................at Pierce......9:00 Sept. 11..............................at Neligh......3:00 Sept 15...........................at Plainview......9:00 Sept. 17..............................at Neligh......4:00 Sept. 20..............................at Wayne......9:00 Sept. 22..............................at Neligh......4:00 Sept. 24..............................at O’Neill......3:00 Sept. 29...................at Oakland Craig......9:30 Oct. 1-2................................Districts Oct. 8-9....................................State

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BROCKHAUS FUNERAL HOMES Creighton, Verdigre and Niobrara

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Meadow Grove, NE and Petersburg, NE

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MADISON MADISON 2012 MADISON DRAGON SCHEDULES

NORFOLK DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012

GOOD LUCK LUCK GOOD

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2012 MADISON DRAGON SCHEDULES FOOTBALL

Aug. 24.....................................................Wayne Aug. 31................................................at Stanton Sept. 14..................................at Norfolk Catholic Sept. 21.....................................................O’Neill Sept. 28............................................at Lakeview Oct. 5........................................at Boone Central Oct. 12......................................................Scotus

VOLLEYBALL

Madison (402) 454-2999

Battle Creek Bloomfield Ewing Neligh Newman Grove Oakdale Osmond Pierce Plainview

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D&D INDUSTRIES PALLETS, WHOLESALE LUMBER, ANIMAL BEDDING & MULCH MADISON

Oct. 18.................................................David City Oct. 25...................................1st Round Playoffs Oct. 31..................................2nd Round Playoffs Nov. 6............................................Quarter Finals Nov. 13................................................Semifinals Nov. 20.......................................................Finals

Aug. 30...........................Stanton/Leigh-Clarkson Sept. 4..........................at Hartington CC/Crofton Sept. 6.................................at Plainview Tourney Sept. 13..............Boone Central/Norfolk Catholic Sept. 18....................................at West Point CC Sept. 20...............Lakeview/Twin River at Genoa Sept. 22........................at Wisner-Pilger Tourney Sept. 25...............................................David City Sept. 27.............................at Wayne/Logan View

Oct. 2.................................Aquinas at David City Oct. 4...................................................Bloomfield Oct. 9....................................Battle Creek/O’Neill Oct. 19.................Pierce/Elkhorn Valley at Tilden Oct. 22, 23, 26..........Mid-State Conference Tourney Oct. 29 & 30.........................Sub-District Tourney Nov. 1 & 2.........................................District Final Nov. 8-10........................................State Tourney

SOFTBALL

Aug. 23.......................................at Wisner-Pilger Aug. 25.......................at West Point CC Tourney Aug. 27..........West Point CC/David City Aquinas Aug. 28..............................................Central City Sept. 1..............Boone Central Tourney at Albion Sept. 4.................O’Neill/Boone Central Tourney Sept. 6.......................................................Pierce Sept. 8.................................at Lakeview Tourney Sept. 13.................................................at Wayne

Sept. 15................................at Arlington Tourney Sept. 17 & 18..............Mid-State Conference at O’Neill Sept. 20.......David City/Cross County at Stromsburg Sept. 24..........at North Bend Central/West Point Sept. 25.................................................at Pierce Sept. 27........................Lutheran High Northeast Oct. 1.....................................David City Aquinas Oct. 4 & 5....................District Tourney at Wisner Oct. 10-12...................State Tourney at Hastings

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GOOD LUCK DRAGONS & LADY DRAGONS!

CROSS COUNTRY

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Aug. 30................Wisner-Pilger Invite at Beemer Sept. 7..............Norfolk Catholic Invite at Norfolk Sept. 13...............................at Central City Invite Sept. 21................Boone Central Invite at Albion

Sept. 27......................................at Stanton Invite Oct. 5...........Mid-State Conference at Bloomfield Oct. 11 .......................................................District Oct. 19.......................................State at Kearney

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MADISON CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, P.C.

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Mercury The VISIT US OPEN 24/7 AT ONLINE AT:

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CUSTOM SPORTS 2505 S. 13TH ST. NORFOLK, NE 402-379-0362 SALES@CUSTOMSPORTSCO.COM

Resseguie Funeral Home 108 W. 5th • Madison, NE

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Go Go Dragons! Dragons!

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PHYSICAL THERAPY Quality People for a Quality Product South Industrial Parkway Madison, NE 68748 (402) 454-3361

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MUSTANGS MUSTANGS

NORFOLK DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012

2012 STANTON

FOOTBALL

Aug. 31......................................................Madison Sept. 7.................................................at Wakefield Sept. 14...................................................at Crofton Sept. 21....................................North Bend Central Sept. 28....................................Archbishop Bergan Oct. 5.....................................at Tekamah-Herman Oct. 12.....................................................Twin River Oct. 18........................................at Oakland-Craig Oct. 25.........................................1st Round Playoff Oct. 31.......................................2nd Round Playoff Nov. 6................................................Quarterfinals Nov. 13...................................................Semifinals Nov. 19, 20...........State Championships at Lincoln

VOLLEYBALL Aug. 30..............at Madison/Leigh-Clarkson Tri Sept. 4...................................................at Laurel Sept. 6-8...........................Tourney at Wakefield Sept. 11.......................at Elgin/Elgin Pope John Sept. 15.....................................Stanton Tourney Sept. 18......Wisner-Pilger/Pender Tri at Pender Sept. 20...............................................Plainview Sept. 25.............Tekamah-Herman/Oakland Tri Oct. 2......................................at Dodge-Howells Oct. 4............................................Lyons-Decatur Oct. 9. . .West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Synder Tri Oct. 11, 13.......................................EHC Tourney Oct. 15.........................................at Battle Creek Oct. 16............Pierce/Randolph Tri at Randolph Oct. 18................................................Twin River Oct. 23................at Logan View/North Bend Tri Oct. 29.............................................Sub Districts Nov. 2............................................District Finals Nov. 8, 9, 10................................................State

CROSS COUNTRY

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Aug. 30..................at Niobrara Sept. 7.........at Norfolk Catholic Sept. 21......................at Albion Sept. 25.......................at Pierce

Sept. 27..........Invite at Stanton Oct. 4.........EHC Meet at Pender Oct. 11..........................Districts Oct. 19.....State Championships

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Aug. 24..........................at Wayne Aug. 28...............Norfolk Catholic Aug. 31..................Stanton Invite Sept. 4..........................Plainview Sept. 8..................Invite at Pierce Sept. 11. . . . . .Tri. at Elkhorn Valley Sept. 13........................at Pender

Sept. 15. . .Boone Central at Albion Sept. 18. . .Lakeview Tri. at Wayne Sept. 22............EHC Golf Tourney at West Point-Beemer Sept. 29. . .Invite at Oakland-Craig Oct. 1 & 2........................Districts Oct. 8 & 9.............................State

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1801 Wood Street, Norfolk, NE 68701

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STANTON AUTO PARTS

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• FILTERS FOR EVERYTHING THAT DRIVES • EXHAUST & BRAKE WORK • FRONT END ALIGNMENTS • GENERAL REPAIRS MAJOR & MINOR

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Mobile: Rich 402-640-3613 Mobile: Jim 402-580-3613 83621 Hwy 15 • Pilger, NE 68768

“Insure Where Insurance Is A Business”

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