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CSD tax levy percentage stays same, cost increases By BAILEY POOLMAN
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Creston Community School District will hold a hearing for the proposed fiscal year 2015 budget at the school board’s regularly scheduled meeting 6 p.m. Monday. The district has a set amount of money to spend according to the FY2015 budget, which is $21,840,957, a decrease from FY2014’s budgeted amount of $27,121,114. Resources Taxes levied on property are set at 15 cents per $1,000 taxable valuation. This is a zero percent difference from the FY2014 budget. The total taxes levied on property increased from FY2014’s budget of $4,738,521 to FY2015’s of $4,779,669. The cost difference, though, is because of a
change in valuation in the school district. The school district could see an increase in state foundation aid for FY2015, also. The budgeted aid amount is at $9,564,253, whereas FY2014’s aid was at $8,758,932. “Your local levy is based on your local taxable valuation,” said Creston Superintendent Steve McDermott. “The state, this time around, will give $6,366 per student. So, whatever the local levy does not cov- McDermott er, the state does.” There could be a decrease in money from transfers-in and transfers-out, which are students moving into and out of the school district. There is a difference of $598,376, from $780,000 during FY2014 to
CSD FY2015 budget breakdown Total budget
$21.84 M The total amount of money to spend in FY2015 is down from FY2014.
Total tax levied
There is a 0 percent difference from the FY2014 budget for the total levy.
FY2015’s $181,624. “That’s a number that changes as those (transfers) are processed. So, that initial number is real conservative, and that number changes before school starts in the fall,” McDermott said. Requirements Student support services and instruc-
$4.77 M The total taxes levied is up because of a change in property valuation.
tional staff support services could increase $20,000 each, and general administration could increase $25,000. However, school and building administration spending could decrease $50,000. Please see BUDGET, Page 2
Up in Smoke adds new ‘Rumors’ way to enjoy barbecue tonight at SWCC By JAKE WADDINGHAM
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By SARAH BROWN
AFTON — Up in Smoke Barbecue, 302 N. Douglas St., in Afton is adding a new way to enjoy their barbecued brisket, pulled pork and chicken — brick oven pizza. And if you live in Afton and don’t feel like leaving the house, Up in Smoke is now delivering their pizzas on Friday and Saturday nights from 5 to 9 p.m. Owner Brad Jones said Up in Smoke has been making pizzas for about t h r e e w e e k s and said it Jones has quickly become a popular choice on their menu. Customers have a choice between traditional toppings such as hamburger, sausage, buffalo chicken and pepperoni or they can try the brick oven pizza with the barbecue meats. “It has been about a 5050 ratio for our barbecue toppings versus our traditional pizza toppings,” Jones said. Right now all pizzas are served on a thin crust. Jones said it only takes four to five minutes to cook one of the pizzas in the brick oven, which can run on wood or propane. Jones said Up in Smoke will be adding another crust option soon that is a little thicker and puffs up around the outside of the pizza. “It will be more of a Neapolitan-style crust,” Jones said. “We are also switching to a cheese that has a little bit of buffalo milk
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If you’re looking to hear a juicy rumor, head to Southwestern Community College (SWCC) tonight. Southwestern Community College drama club performs “Rumors” by Neil Simon 7 p.m. at Southern Prairie YMCA’s performing arts center, 1201 W. Townline St. Synopsis Four high-profile couples attend an anniversary party at the home of a deputy New York City mayor and his wife. However, shortly after arriving, the guests discover that there are no servants, the deputy mayor has shot himself in the head (a flesh wound) and the mayor’s wife is missing. Comedy ensues when, given everyone’s upper class status, they decide they need to do everything possible to conceal the events from the police and media while forming their own conclusions and opinions about what is happening around them. Cast The play, directed by Kelly Franklin, SWCC English instructor features Joe Larson, Aaron Kephart, Drew Esque, Jennie Stamper, Chris Fenton, Chris Please see RUMORS, Page 2
in it, which is just a really outstanding cheese. It was the best cheese topping we tried.” The new cheese topping requires a special order and takes two weeks for delievery, but Jones said once the first shipment arrives, they start a schedule to receive it regularly. The brick oven pizzas are available on Up in Smoke’s catering menu as well. Addition Jones is hopeful construction will begin in the Please see UP IN SMOKE, Page 2
Confusion and mis-communications mount as high-profile party guests try to figure out what has transpired at an anniversary party, while they try to keep it secret from law enforcement and the media. SWCC drama students Drew Esque and Joe Larson perform in “Rumors” 7 p.m tonight at Southern Prairie YMCA performing arts center.
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Top, Up in Smoke recently added a brick oven to cook pizzas. Customers can pick from traditional toppings like buffalo chicken, hamburger, sausage and pepperoni, or try barbecued brisket, pulled pork and chicken toppings. Above, a freshly-cooked pulled pork pizza is served for lunch Wednesday. Serving Southwest Iowa since 1879
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David Searl, 70, of Lorimor died April 10, 2014, at Greater Regional Hospice Home in Creston. A cel- Searl ebration of life service will be held 1 p.m Sunday, April 13, at Lorimor Community Building. Per his wishes, David has been cremated and his remains will be interred in Barney Cemetery at a later date. Ochiltree Funeral Service, Winterset, is in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be directed to Lorimor First Responders. Online condolences may be left at ochiltree.com. David Searl, son of Florence (Palmer) and Robert Milton Searl, was born Aug. 10, 1943, in Tracey, Calif. David attended country
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Darline Kissell, 92, of Creston died April 10, 2014, at Crest Haven Care Center. S e r vices will be 2 p.m. Kissell Sunday, April 13, at the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Creston. The Rev. Dianna Clark will officiate. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery, south of Creston. Open visitation will be 1 to 2 p.m. service time Sunday at the church. Powers Funeral Home, junction of highways 34 and 25, Creston, is in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be given to the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Creston. Online condolences may be left at www.powersfh.com. Darline Frances Kissell, daughter of Mabel Alvera (Vester) and Irvin LeRoy Whan, was born Nov. 20, 1921, in Creston. Darline graduated from Creston High School in 1939. On July 10, 1949, Darline married Harold Dean Kissell in Creston. She moved to Eddyville
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James Lund, 83, of Greenfield, formerly of the Creston and Aripse areas, died April
school in Barney, Iowa, and went on to attend school in Murray. He later served in the United States Navy. David worked as a truck driver. David served as a councilman for the city of Lorimor, as well as serving as mayor. He was also a member of Lorimor Masonic Lodge. David is survived by his daughters, Robin Searl (Brian Purdy) of Winterset and Monica (Randy) Duffe of Wilton; longtime friend and companion Cricket Gibson of Lorimor; grandchildren, Isaac, Shannon and Jack Duffe; sisters, Bette Harper of Winterset, Velda (Red) James of Urbandale and Evalene Hannah of Des Moines; Cricket’s daughters, Heather (Kenny) Hagen of Lorimor and Heidi (James) Weaver of Lenox; and six grandchildren. David was preceded in death by his parents, sister Roberta Searl and brotherin-law Mike Harper.
Allen, Wyatt Lillenthal, Dylan Fenton, Josh Cobb and Clara McKenny. Children are welcome to attend. However, content of “Rumors” is considered adult humor. “Rumors” is one night
Linda Sickels, 73, of Corning died April 8, 2014, at Corning Nursing and Rehab Center. No public services Sickels are scheduled at this time. Burial will be at a later date in Graceland Cemetery. Powers Funeral Home, junction of highways 34 and 25, Creston, is in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be given to the family. Online condolences may be left at www. powersfh.com Linda Carol Sickels, daughter of Jennie (Kinder) and Olmer Paul Holtzman, was born March 4, 1941, in Iowa City. Linda attended Ringgold County Country School. In 1958, Linda married Robert Lee Sickels in Grant in 1958, where she lived for City, Mo. They settled in the next 10 years, and then Creston for a short time bemoved back to Creston in 1967. Darline worked as secre- Regina tary for Creston Auto. Kimpson Darline was a member of the First Christian Church Spokane, Wash. Regina (Gina) Kimpson (Disciples of Christ) in Crespassed ton. Darline is survived by her a w a y daughters, Carolyn (husband p e a c e Anthony) Madrigal of Bel- fully on levue, Neb., Mary (husband Thursday Roger) Saxton of Creston April 3rd, and Donna (husband Craig) 2014 at Shrimpton of Plattsmouth, S a c r e d Neb.; son Charles (wife Lori) H e a r t Kimpson Kissell of Creston; grandchil- M e d i c a l dren, Eric PanKowski, Ni- Center in Spokane WA. cole Pankowski (friend Paul Regina was born in CresJust), Sara (husband Andy) ton, Iowa on December 10, Hospodka, Brenda (husband 1942 to Floyd and Grace Paul) Pankowski-Wickman, (Cupp) VanPelt. She gradPaula (husband Neal) Linch, uated from Corning High Naomi Skarsgard, Ryan School in 1961 & married (special friend Ahdri Ev- Larry Kimpson on Septemans), Randi (husband Bryan) ber 24, 1961. They had two Allen, Rikki Kissell (special sons, Jeff and Greg. In 1968 friend Travis Brockett) and the family relocated to SpoReid Kissell; and great- kane Valley, WA. Regina grandchildren, Cael, Seth and Larry later divorced in and Ava Hospodka, Grant 1971. Regina was a dedicatand Isabella Wickman, Jar- ed mother, and after divorcrett and Brooklyn Kissell, ing, entered the work force Hunter, Dalton and Kamdin to raise her two sons. She held several jobs in her life Allen and Aidan Brockett. Darline was preceded in in the fields of bookkeeping death by her parents, hus- and accounting, but spent band in 2011, sister Maxine the majority of her career Whan, brother-in-law Rob- at Spokane Teachers Credit ert, sister-in-law Ruth in Union where she retired in childhood and great-grand- 2005 after 29 years of service. son Blake Wickman. After retiring Regina 10, 2014, at his daughter’s became a volunteer at Spokane County Regional Anihome in Greenfield. Services are pending at mal Protection Services. (SCRAPS) On most MonPowers Funeral Home, junc- days and Saturdays, Regina tion of highways 34 and 25.
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fore moving to Mount Ayr. She was a homemaker, and also worked other various jobs as time allowed. They also lived in Cherokee, Mount Ayr and Creston, before moving to Cromwell, where she stayed until 2005, when she moved back to Creston and later to Corning. Linda is survived by her sons, Jim (wife Brenda) Sickels of Creston, Richard (wife Janice) Sickels of Lenox and Paul (wife Janet) Sickels of Creston; daughters, Carolyn (husband Pat) Gray and Melody (husband Steven) Miller, all of Creston; sisters, Helen McGahauey, Lois Johnson and Nina Powell, all of Mount Ayr; 24 grandchildren, 37 great-grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and other family. Linda was preceded in death by her parents, husband, son Mike Sickels in 1980, daughter Vicki Whetzell; brothers, Floyd, Bobby and Elmer Holtzman; and sisters, Donna Drake, Irene Feuring, Bonnie Holtzman and Bernice McCoy. was the first face you saw if you visited SCRAPS. Being a dedicated Gonzaga Basketball fan, Regina was glued to the TV during televised games, but more than anything Regina loved animals, especially her dog Mattie. She touched many lives and was a dear friend to many. She will be remembered for her kind spirit and generous heart. She loved helping others and gave generously of her time. What she considered one of her greatest accomplishments in life was raising her two sons. Regina was a selfless giver and would often forego things herself to provide for others. Family was very important to Regina and she attended numerous family reunions throughout the country. She was the “glue” keeping relatives in touch with one another and was always ready to talk to you to catch up with your life and family. Left to cherish her memory are two sons: Jeffery (Denise) Kimpson of Boise Idaho, and Gregory (Rebecca) Kimpson of Mendon, UT; 5 grandchildren; her sister Shirley Kimpson of Creston Iowa and numerous family & friends. Preceding Regina in death were her parents Floyd and Grace Van Pelt and an infant brother, Donald. Regina will be missed by all, but she will live on in our hearts forever.
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Construction Plant operation and maintenance could decrease from $1,503,000 in FY2014’s budget to $1,305,000 in FY2015’s budget. There could be a decrease from $5,375,212 to $1,600,000 for facilities acquisition and construction. This decrease is a result of finished construction on
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next two months that will allow for 75 more seats in the existing building. The new addition will add more room for parking and Jones said Up in Smoke will start including prime rib on
Friday and Saturday after the construction is complete. “I have people calling me daily asking when we will start doing the prime rib,” Jones said. The prime rib is currently available on Up in Smoke’s catering menu.
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Schedule of driver’s license examiners: Bedford: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., treasurer’s office, Taylor County Courthouse, 407 Jefferson St. Corning: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., treasurer’s office, Adams County Courthouse. Driving tests on Wednesday mornings by appointment. Creston: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., treasurer’s office, Union County Courthouse, 300 N. Pine St. Driving tests Wednesdays. Call 782-1710 for an appointment. Greenfield: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., treasurer’s office, Adair County Courthouse, 400 Public Square. Mount Ayr: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., treasurer’s office, Ringgold County Courthouse, 109 W. Madison St. Osceola: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., treasurer’s office, Clarke County Courthouse, 100 S. Main St. Winterset: Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., Madison County Courthouse, 112 N. John Wayne Drive.
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Montgomery St. Use east door. Narcotics Anonymous (NA), 8 p.m. open meeting, St. Malachy Rectory, 407 W. Clark St.
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Union County Board of Supervisors, 9 a.m. Monday, Union County Courthouse boardroom. Agenda includes: 9:05 a.m. open forum; 9:10 a.m. Jo Duckworth, Emergency Management Agency: SCI 011 articles agreement; 9:20 a.m. Amanda Husband, environmental specialist: Kent nuisance complaint; 9:50 a.m. Gary O’Daniels, Veteran Affairs chairman: hiring of Veterans Affairs director; 10 a.m. public hearing for master matrix Rockin’ G. Ranch Hog Confinement; 11 a.m. Dennis Carter and Clarence Hoffman, Carter Agency: insurance division; 11:15 a.m. Steve Akes, county engineer: maintenance activity report, utility permit applications and discuss BP pipeline’s access problems and bridge replacement options for Peach Avenue; break for lunch; 1 p.m. Sandy Hysell, county auditor: clerk’s report and certification of cost allocation plan; claims. —————— Mount Ayr School Board, 5 p.m. Monday, boardroom. Agenda includes: closed session for evaluations of secondary principal, elementary principal, superintendent and board secretary/business manager; 6 p.m. budget hearing for 2014-15 school budget; regular meeting called to order; administration re- Police ports; recommendation for Nash Andrew Graham, 17, mechanic/transportation 501 Livingston Ave., was redirector position; report ferred to juvenile authorities on sites for learning/sum11:00 AM after a charge of fifth-degree mer school; summer proj- theft 5:40 p.m. Thursday at CRESTON Grain prices quoted at 10 ect bids; SWCC 28E agree- Walmart, 806 Laurel St. PROGRAM FOR WEEK ments; discussion/approval Graham was released to a.m. today: OFfor APRIL 11 - 17 of advertisement laptop his parents. • Farmers Co-op, Creston: cases; mission statement —————— Corn — $4.78 beliefs and vision; sharing Samantha Christian HenSoybeans — $14.27 agreements with Creston • Gavilon Grain: Corn — $4.76 Soybeans — $14.35
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CHS news April 14-19 Monday 4 p.m. JV/varsity girls tennis at Corning; JV/varsity boys tennis against Corning, here at SWCC. 4:30 p.m. middle school boys and girls track and field at Clarke (Osceola). 5 p.m. varsity girls track and field, here. Tuesday 4 p.m. JV/varsity boys and girls golf at Winterset. 5 p.m. JV boys soccer against Underwood, here; varsity boys track and field at Chariton; varsity girls soccer at Kuemper Catholic (Carroll). 6:30 p.m. varsity boys soccer against Underwood, here; JV girls soccer at Kuemper Catholic (Carroll). 7 p.m. Fifth- through eighth-grade Spring Band Concert. Wednesday 2 p.m. National Honor Society induction. Thursday 4 p.m. middle school boys track and field at Clarinda; middle school girls track and field at Red Oak. 4:30 p.m. varsity girls soccer against DenisonSchleswig, here. 5 p.m. varsity girls track and field at Glenwood; varsity boys track and field, here. 6 p.m. varsity boys soccer against Denison-Schleswig, here. Friday No events scheduled. Saturday 8 a.m. varsity girls golf at Winterset.
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Nearly $100,000 available to Union County The Endow Union County – South Central Iowa Community Foundation (SCICF) grant deadline is approaching. To be considered for a grant, applications must be postmarked by May 1. Organizations must be tax-exempt, non-profit entities classified by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization or a government body (school, city, county) providing services within Union County. Applications may be obtained on the foundation website www.scicf.org under the Union County tab, or by contacting the foundation office at 108 N. Grand in Chariton, 641217-9105. Grant seekers are encouraged to watch the brief “how to” grant video that is posted on the foundation’s website and Facebook page. Union County SCICF Board of Directors are Peg Anderson, Pennie Cheers, Jan Knock, Mary Seales and Don Sheridan.
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Be smart with your phone Dear Readers: We can do a lot with our SMARTPHONES these days — access the Internet, social media, email, bank accounts, etc. But there is a lot of personal information stored on your phone — banking, credit cards, etc. — that can make losing your phone really scary, as well as a possible identity threat. Here are some hints to help to help protect your personal information as much as possible: • Set a password or swipe pattern on your phone. It takes only a second or two to “unlock” your phone. • Be careful what you access on your phone. You may want to monitor or check bank accounts and credit-card info on your home computer rather than doing it all on your cellphone. • If you lose your phone, someone may be able to find out all of your personal information. Think twice before putting all of your financial and personal info on your cellphone. If you lose your phone, what information is on there? How many times do we just “speed dial” and not really have all of that information in another place? Sounds silly, but stop
Hints from Heloise right now and try to remember a friend’s phone number. Of course, call the carrier right away so it can shut down the service. Just like with everything else, try as much as you can to take steps to protect your personal information. Every roadblock you can throw up is a tiny step that, in the long run, may prevent you from becoming a victim of identity theft. — Heloise P.S.: While on this subject, can you state right now how many credit cards you have in your wallet? If you had to call and cancel or let the creditcard company know that there might be a problem, can you put your hands on all of the needed information? SEND A GREAT HINT TO: Heloise P.O. Box 795000 San Antonio, TX 782795000 Fax: 1-210-HELOISE
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Horoscope Saturday, April 12, 2014 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You are tempted to make decisions about your health or maybe your job today; however, it is a poor day to do so. Just get more information and wait until tomorrow to decide. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) This is a wonderfully creative day! You are in touch with your muse. Enjoy the arts, movies, film, social occasions, sports and playful times with children. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You might want to hide or cocoon at home today. Conversation with a female relative could be frank and disclosing. Nevertheless, avoid making commitments or important decisions. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Discussions with siblings, relatives and neighbors will be enjoyable today. People feel open to sharing ideas and information. However, this is a poor day to volunteer or agree to anything. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Try to avoid important financial decisions today. This is a poor day for major expenditures, especially in the afternoon. Keep your money, and spend it tomorrow. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) You feel emotional about something today. However, this is a good day to entertain others and go along for the ride without having any responsibilities (if you can swing that). LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) This is the perfect day to just tread water and go with the flow. Make no commitments. Volunteer for nothing. Avoid major decisions. (You get the picture.) SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Conversations with a female acquaintance or a close female friend will be enjoyable today because you won’t hold back. People are ready to divulge things in a frank, honest manner. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Be careful today. Personal details about your private life might be made public. This could catch you off guard. Above all, do not overreact. Be cool. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) Don’t let someone talk you into something today, especially involving politics, religion, medicine or the law. Be skepti-
cal! Sleep on any important decision until tomorrow. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) This is a poor day to divide anything or discuss how to share jointly held property. Just get more information, and postpone your decision until tomorrow. PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) Others will want you to cooperate with them today, and you can. But do not agree to anything important. Sign nothing. Volunteer for nothing. It’s best to just listen. YOU BORN TODAY You are
diplomatic because you sense what’s going on around you and you are socially aware. You are interested in current events and love to express your own opinions. You also are happy to be the center of attention. This year, a major change might take place. It is a time of expansion and promotion. Get ready to test your wings! Birthdate of: Andy Garcia, actor/director; Tom Clancy, author; Saoirse Ronan, actress. (c) 2014 King Features Syndicate, Inc.
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Club news Chapter LG P.E.O.
Chapter LG P.E.O. met April 1 at the cafe at Prairie View Assisted Living with Linda Linch and Irene Francis serving with Carolyn Downing as co-hostesses. Sixteen members responded to roll call. Amy Bonebrake and Jhona Lyn Gallo were initiated into the sisterhood in a ceremony. A letter of appreciation was sent to Stew Stewart to thank him for the gift of $5,000 to Chapter LG in memory of his wife Marian. The money will be used in providing another scholarship and combined with the profits from the omelet buffet to provide scholarships for seniors at Creston High School. An invitation was also sent to P.E.O. Chapter AZ inviting them to a social event July 15 when LG will travel to visit Miss Spenser’s Tea
Room. The next regular meeting will be 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the home of Peg Anderson. A birthday luncheon was held noon April 8 at Adams Street Espresso.
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Ladies Lakeshore Auxiliary met April 2. Canasta winners were Rose Blakesley, first; Barb Veitz, second; and Mary Kline, third. Blakesley won the door prize. Wanda Nash was hostess for cards and chatter Wednesday.
TOPS 1338 met March 31 at the United Methodist Church with nine members weighing in. Carol Sheldahl was the best weekly loser with Beverly Lyon in second place. Sheldahl was also the
best loser for the month of March. Anna Thompson was runner-up. The business meeting was conducted by Thompson. The TOPS pledge was recited. Minutes were read by Marisue Lewis. Alice Brown gave the treasurer’s report. The reading of the chapter by-laws was done by Thompson. They were accepted as read and will be in effect until Oct. 1. New officers will be elected in June. The “Be a Winner, Be a Loser” contest was won by Thompson who had only one more point than Sheldahl. Fines went to the treasury. Shellie Sullivan presented a program on “Twenty-five Best Snacks for Weight Loss.” The Red Can Challenge is to eliminate bakery goods from ones diet except for whole grain products. Sheldahl is to have the program next week. The closing pledge concluded the meet-
ing. TOPS 1338 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets each Monday at 5 p.m. Anyone interested in weight loss is invited to attend at the United Methodist Church basement.
the Home and Garden Show March 29 at the YMCA. Under new business, Baker announced LifeCare Pregnancy Center in Stuart will be having its annual dinner 7 p.m. May 1. Terry Madison made a motion, seconded by Jeremy Crest Area for Life met Rounds to adjourn. 7:30 p.m. March 25 at Holy Spirit hall. President Betty P.E.O. Chapter AZ met Baker opened up the meetApril 1 at the home of Kay ing with the right to life Kinsella. Eighteen memprayer. Nine members were bers were present. The next in attendance. meeting will be at Salem LuTerry Madison gave the theran Church. Dr. Heather secretary’s report from FebOsterbrink will give the proruary. It was approved. In absence of the treasur- gram. Plans for the trunk sale on er, Velma Riegel gave the May 3 are still ongoing with treasurer’s report. It was apmembers signing up offering proved. their cars, tables, and items Velma Riegel sent out 15 to be sold. All money from baby congratulatory cards. sales will go to scholarships. Under old business, there President Connie Purdum was discussion on putting up discussed the Iowa P.E.O. the billboard at Stringtown Project Fund. She explained Church and it was tabled for how funds are allocated to later. There was a booth at
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beneficiaries within Iowa. After the meeting, refreshments made by Vaughn Seckington were served by Kay Kinsella and Chris Van Gelder.
The weekly Kiwanis meeting was held 12:05 p.m. Tuesday at The Windrow with 26 members and two guests. Chris Frederickson president, presided. Ken Norton did the prayer, and Mike King was finemaster. The program was Dr. Heather Osterbrink, new general surgeon with the Greater Regional Medical Center. She discussed her background and medical training and career before coming to Creston. The Kiwanis annual pancake fundraiser was a success. Everyone who helped and supported is appreciated.
Volunteer directory Volunteerism is an important part of every community. The following is a directory of volunteer activities and contact numbers. Additions to this list are welcome. Please call managing editor, 641-782-2141, extension 234, to place your volunteer activity and phone number on the list. This service is published free of charge. • Greater Regional Medical Center. Volunteers are needed for information/escort, gift shop, bloodmobile, fund-raising, gardening and plant care and clerical support. To inquire or get involved, call 641-782-3553. • SHIIP (Senior Health Insurance Information Program) volunteers. Training from the Iowa Insurance Commission to provide free, objective information as well as one-to-one assistance. Volunteers answer questions and provide impartial information to help seniors make well-informed decisions regarding their Medicare supplement insurance, long-term care insurance, Medicare benefits and claims or other types of health insurance. Call Greater Regional Medical Center, 641782-3848 and leave information. A SHIIP volunteer will call you back. • Greater Regional Hospice serving Union, Taylor, Clarke, Adams, Decatur, Madison, Adair and Ringgold counties has opportunities for hospice volunteers to assist with a variety of duties. Training is provided to individuals who are interested in sitting with hospice patients who are terminally ill to give their caregivers a break or to provide companionship to those patients who may need it. There are opportunities to assist staff with special projects, clerical duties and phone call, as well. Call Tabitha Reasland, Greater Regional Hospice volunteer coordinator at 641-782-3831.
• Southern Prairie YMCA has a variety of volunteer opportunities available. Volunteer assistance is welcome in the Before and After School programs, general housekeeping, child care, the aquatics program, sports camps and other children’s activities and reception desk duties. Please stop by the YMCA reception desk for an application packet or call 641-782-9622. • Hospice of Southwest Iowa in Corning offers ongoing training for Hospice Volunteers. Volunteers provide companionship, perform tasks and provide support to individuals who are terminally ill and their families. Volunteers are needed for our primary service area: — Adams, Montgomery and Taylor counties. Call Mary O’Riley 641-3226283 for more information. • Nursing homes and assisted living. Like other organizations, they have many dedicated vol-
unteers, but more are needed. Interested volunteers may choose any local or area nursing home, including Creston Nursing and Rehab Center, 641-782-8511; Crest Haven, 641782-5012; Afton Care Center, 641-347-8416 and Prairie View Assisted Living, 641-782-3131. • Special Olympics. Need volunteers who will encourage, cheer on and reward with a hug at the finish line these special athletes. Volunteers always needed in this fun program. Call 641-782-4170 or 641-782-8495. • Hearts and Hugs Daycare, Corning, 641-322-4280. Volunteers welcome to help with children’s daily activities. • Crest Area Breastfeeding Coalition peer counselors are available to give advice and support to expectant and nursing mothers. Call MATURA, 641782-8431.
• Creston Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.) needs volunteers to help care for animals at the city pound on weekends and holidays and for fundraising. Call 641-782-2330. • MATURA Women, Infant and Children (WIC) nutrition program is looking for several volunteers to read to and supervise children ages birth to five in a group setting while their parents are at the clinic. Volunteers are needed every third Monday and Tuesday of the month. Call the WIC program, 641-782-8431, for more information. • Union County Human Services needs volunteers to provide transportation to and from appointments for children
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Congregate meals Creston meals April 14-18 Menu subject to change. Reservations are required the day before. Call 641-7822447. Monday: chicken tetrazzini, spinach salad/dressing, Italian blend vegetables, bread stick/margarine, banana. Tuesday: hamburger gravy over mashed potatoes, green beans, peach cobbler, dinner roll/margarine. Wednesday: BBQ pork rib, hot dog bun, succotash, Mandarin oranges.
Thursday: chicken breast in supreme sauce, baby red potatoes, Oregon vegetable blend, whole grain wheat bread/margarine, plums. Friday: breaded fish wedge, tarter sauce, baked potato/margarine/sour cream, Oregon blend vegetables, pears. All meals are served with 2% or skim milk and coffee.
and adults, clerical assistance, payee services, friendly visits and errands for elderly people. Call 641-782-1723 • Court Appointed Special Advocate program needs volunteers to serve as advocates for children in juvenile court. Call 866-451-3213. • Union County Historical
Society is in need of volunteers for the Union County Historical Complex. Individuals are needed to assist with the museum and lead tours of the grounds. Help is also needed for painting, shingling and light handywork. The complex is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Please contact Dick Anderson at 641-782-4000.
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Tossing and turning at night? Stop counting sheep and start collecting zzz’s (BPT) — Although many people workout, eat the right foods and are very concerned about their overall health, one important factor is often overlooked: sleep. In today’s 24/7 world, people are often going right up until they have to go to bed‚ leaving them unable to turn off their minds. In fact, according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), 41 percent of Americans report having problems with tossing and turning at least a few nights a week. Many people are aware of the benefits of sleep, but with a variety of distractions it can be difficult for them to relax in order to fall asleep. In fact, a recent Healthcare Research & Analytics (HRA) survey found that 57 percent of doctors reported one of their patients‚ biggest hindrances to falling asleep is engaging with electronics such as phones, computers, iPads and the television too close to bedtime. Often people jump to drastic measures to help with sleep issues, but what many do not realize is great sleep can start with simple solutions, like creating an ideal sleep environment that helps them relax. According
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iPads before falling asleep, but the use of these electronics can have negative effects on a person’s ability to fall asleep. Turning off technology at least 30 minutes before bedtime will help you fall asleep. • Create an ideal sleep environment: People can take simple steps toward getting a great night’s sleep by first looking at their sleep environment. According to a recent HRA poll of doctors, the top three recommendations they would give their patients for creating an appropriate sleeping environment are keeping the room quiet, using a good
mattress and pillow, and keeping the room temperature controlled. Additionally, great sleep can start in the laundry room and a simple switch in caring for bedtime fabrics can make a big difference. After all, 71 percent of Americans say they get a more comfortable night’s sleep on sheets with a fresh scent, according to a poll conducted by the NSF. The Sweet Dreams Collection is formulated to allow everyone to create a relaxing sleep environment with fresh, clean, lavender and gourmand vanilla scented linens to help them fall asleep.
• Set the clock: Establish a bedtime hour for each family member to help train their body to relax at the same time each night so they can fall asleep. The NSF recommends doing this every day of the week, including the weekends. • Don’t push it: Tossing and turning can lead to agitation and additional loss of sleep. If you’re unable to fall asleep immediately, go to a different room to relax the body and mind. Keep the electronics unplugged, and consider reading a book or meditating. Once relaxed, head back to bed for a great night of sleep.
The Sound of Music (therapy) If you ever wondered whether music could help protect your health, consider the life of Maria von Trapp — “Louisa” in The Sound of Music. The last of the singing von Trapp children, she passed away this year at 99, more than three-quarters of a century after fleeing Nazi-occupied Austria. But you don’t have to be a world-famous talent to let music soothe the savage beasts of anxiety, pain and depression, and fill you with a feeling of wellness and energy. A recent study out of the U.K. shows that sing-alongs can ease physical discomfort and psychological distress in folks 65 and older who are receiving nursing care for everything from dementia to heart disease. Premature babies seem to breathe, feed and sleep better when lullabies or soothing oceans sounds are brought into the NICU (not too loud, though). And cancer patients report less nausea and lower blood pressure after chemo when they listen to classical tunes. So if you’re feeling stressed, are recuperating post-op or are making a push to get healthier now, try this: —Set aside 10 minutes daily for singing, playing or listening to music that calms you. (No angry lyrics or aggressive rhythms.) —Let your mind and breathing follow the melody or drift into the sounds, putting aside specific worries or thoughts. —Trying to change a behavior or accomplish a goal such as quitting smoking?
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Tell yourself, “My urge to breathe free is enhanced by the notes.” You’ll be amazed at how much more energy and focus you have when the music stops! DON’T BET YOUR LIFE Groucho Marx hosted “You Bet Your Life” from 1950-1961, but he wasn’t a big fan — even of his own work. (“I find television very educational. Every time someone switches it on, I go into another room and read a good book.”) Although TV may have you betting your life (and brain) every time you tune in, it’s not the watching that’s the problem (too bad Groucho never saw Dr. Oz’s brainstimulating show); it’s that you sit for hours at a time. A recent study concluded that every hour spent sitting in front of the TV shortens your life by 22 minutes. An average North American adult watches nine years of TV over a lifetime. So, if you’re sitting in front of the TV for that long, you’re likely to die about three years earlier than someone who puts in no TV time (unless he or she misses the tornado warning.) Why? Sitting on the couch hour after hour erases muscle tone, slows metabolism and makes fat cells suck in extra fat. That leads to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, dementia — and a lousy sex life.
But you can tune in to better health. Try walking around the room while you watch your favorite program! Walking for 10 extra minutes a day can add two years to your life; walking an extra 45 minutes daily adds five years! (Aim for 10,000 steps daily.) At home, pedal through a “House of Cards” marathon on a stationary bike. We “Bet Your Life” and your RealAge get younger. SWEATING OUT HORMONE THERAPY RISKS Forty-two years ago, when “All in the Family’s” Edith Bunker (Jean Stapleton) headed for menopause, she declared, “I feel like I’m jumping in and out of a hot maze and somebody’s twisting a rubber band around my head.” Back then, we were trying to figure out how best to manage menopause symptoms and determine IF there were risks associated with hormone therapy. Now we know the first line of defense against hot flashes, brain fog and heart palpitations is losing weight if you need to, avoiding inflammatory saturated and trans fats and added sugars and syrups, and getting moderate exercise to reset your thermostat to “cooler.” We also know (after years of debate) that women who aren’t at increased risk for breast cancer or heart disease can benefit from HT.
Therapy should start before age 60, last for up to five years and deliver bioequivalent estrogen and micronized progesterone (if you have a uterus) in the lowest effective dose. Unfortunately, a woman’s stroke risk doubles during the 10 years after her periods stop. And taking HT seems to increase that risk. That’s why we suggest that you ask your doc about taking two low-dose aspirins a day while on HT. And new research reveals another way to make HT safe for you: Getting 210-300 minutes of moderate exercise (walking) per week. It reduces your stroke risk by 20 percent right away. So if menopause symptoms are interfering with sleep, work, your love life and your happiness, talk to your doc about all these ways to “stifle” it. WHO SHOULD GET A F.I.T. AT 40? Pictures of lava tubes that meander through the innards of the Moon reveal safe havens where future astronauts might sleep, protected from radiation and meteorites. Images of your inner passageways also protect you from danger: Colonoscopies that send a tiny camera through your large intestines can ID benign polyps, potential “seeds” of colon cancer. (Both of us had polyps removed when we had our 50th birthday scopes done.) Finding and removing these polyps — called adenomas — may be the main reason overall colon cancer rates in the U.S. have declined (2.8 percent per year for men and 2.2
percent per year for women) every year since 1988. But there’s one problem: Since colonoscopies are recommended for most folks starting at age 50 (earlier if colon cancer is in your family), younger people aren’t aware of their risk, and it’s increasing, as more and more young adults are overweight. Among 20- to 49-year-olds, colon cancer rates went up 1.5 percent per year for men and 1.6 percent per year for women from 1992 to 2005. So here’s a smart move: If you’re 40-50 and overweight or obese, consider getting FIT every year. The fecal immunochemical test (FIT) costs $22 — if insurance doesn’t pay — and can be done easily at home. A stool test kit is mailed to you; you fill the pouch and mail it back. If you do the test annually, it can ID possible colon cancer early, when it’s much easier to treat and cure. That should FIT your schedule! CONSUMER BEEWARE FAKE HONEY Tupelo Honey is a premium American sweet — and, some say, it’s Van Morrison’s best album. But it’s cheap ($16 for 12 ounces) compared to Elvish honey from Turkey, which runs about $194 an ounce. This new global market for super-honey is why North American consumers should BEEware. There’s a buzz about counterfeit honey flooding our grocery store shelves, and it’s threatening not just your enjoyment of a cuppa tea — and your wallet — but it could sap honey’s health benefits.
Since we stopped China from dumping cheap honey on the U.S. market, they’ve started selling it to other countries, where it’s repackaged after distributors wave local fruit or herbs over it and declare it to be “Genuine Exotic Honey.” When it shows up here, it’s been filtered, so pollen (and some healthy ingredients) has been removed. There’s no way to check its origin (pollen is honey’s “DNA” fingerprint). The sweet solution? Senate bill S-662 is designed to protect farmers from unscrupulous overseas honey exporters; let’s hope it passes. But whether it does or not, you should opt for local, raw or unfiltered honey that still contains all the healthy ingredients. If you aren’t overweight or don’t have prediabetes or diabetes, honey’s high glycemic index — it’s 70 percent to 80 percent sugar — shouldn’t prevent you from occasionally enjoying a small (less than 1/2 teaspoon) amount. It can help suppress a cough, ease heartburn, promote sleep and boost immunity (try drinking a tiny amount of honey and 2 teaspoons of lemon juice in a 1/2 cup of hot water). Sweet! Mehmet Oz, M.D. is host of “The Dr. Oz Show,” and Mike Roizen, M.D. is Chief Wellness Officer and Chair of Wellness Institute at Cleveland Clinic. To live your healthiest, tune into “The Dr. Oz Show” or visit www.sharecare.com. (c) 2014 Michael Roizen, M.D. and Mehmet Oz, M.D. Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc.
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SPORTS The Numbers Game
Danny Salazar is the 1st pitcher in the modern era to throw 10 strikeouts in an outing of less than 4 innings.
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Haas leads AUGUSTA, Ga. — Adam Scott soaked in the applause, with cheers greeting him on every fairway and every green before receiving what amounts to golf’s version of a standing ovation as he walked up the hill to the 12th tee. The spectators that gather at the apex of Augusta National’s Amen Corner rose out of their seats as he approached, a memory that the defending Masters champion said Thursday would stick with him forever. “Then I went and hit it in the water,” Scott said, shaking his head, laughing. It might have ruined the moment, but it didn’t ruin the round for Scott, who shot 3-under-par 69 to trail Bill Haasby a stroke on a tricky first day at the Masters. Haas, 31, who attended the Masters for years to watch his father, Jay, compete in the tournament, set the pace with a 68 that included a birdie at the 18th hole. It was the first time Haas shot in the 60s in his 17th round at Augusta National, and was good for the one-stroke advantage over a trio of major champions — Scott, Louis Oosthuizen and Bubba Watson. Watson was the only player without a bogey on his card.
Kaepernick investigation MIAMI — San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and two other NFL players are being investigated by Miami police for an incident earlier this month at a Miami hotel. No arrests have been made, and no charges have been filed. According to an incident report filed with Miami police on Friday, an unnamed woman said she had an encounter with Kaepernick, 49ers wide receiver Quinton Patton and Seattle Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette on April 1 at the Viceroy in downtown Miami. The woman told police she spent time with the three players, drinking and smoking marijuana in Lockette’s apartment and eventually ending up in a bedroom with Kaepernick.
The defending Class 2A state champion Creston/ Orient-Macksburg golf team faced a tough early season opponent here Thursday, hosting Hawkeye 10 Conference rival Atlantic. The Panthers survived the early test, knocking off the Trojans 135-140 at Pine Valley. “A great start to the golf season with a win over Atlantic,” Creston/O-M head coach Jan Lesan said. “63 degrees and a slight wind. Great day for golf.” Four players shot even par 32 or better, including defending individual state champion Carson Whittington. Whittington shot 1-under par 31, as did Atlantic’s Evan Schuler. The tiebreaker for medalist honors went to the handicap hole, which was the 310yard par 4 fourth hole. Whittington, whose tee shot carried the pond and landed just past the green, chipped to within 15 feet and sank a birdie putt. Schuler recorded a par on the hole. Panther senior Hunter Sickels shot even par 32, as did Atlantic’s Kyle Nelson. But, the third and fourth Panther scorers were able to edge out Atlantic’s third and fourth scorers to give Creston/O-M with five-
stroke win. Junior Christian Groumoutis shot a 3-over par 35, while freshman Kyle Somers recorded a 5-over par 37. “Kyle Somers five-putted the first green, but then he settled down,” Lesan said. Rounding out the varsity lineup for the Panthers, Sam Hartsock and Maxx Walters each recorded scores of 38. “Maxx and Sam were not happy with 6-over,” Lesan said. “Both had only a couple of holes apiece that caused problems. They will bounce back.” Senior Evan Nielsen, who competed at the JV level Thursday, posted a round of 2-over par 34. “Evan Nielsen, a varsity player playing JV tonight, showed poise,” Lesan said. The Panthers return to action Tuesday at Winterset against the Huskies and Clarke. Girls With just three golfers available for Thursday’s meet at Atlantic, the Creston/O-M girls golf team was unable to post a team score. Atlantic recorded a team score of 171. “Our first outing of the season went OK,” Creston/O-M assistant coach Kristopher “Kritter” Hayes said. “The three girls that were able to go to Atlantic all did some nice things on the course. All three are aware of the things they can iron out to lower their scores. There were a
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Creston/O-M freshman Kyle Somers sinks a putt on the fourth green at Pine Valley on Thursday, while senior teammate Carson Whittington (background) reads the line for his birdie putt. Somers shot a 5-over par 37, while Whittington shot a 1-under 31 to earn medalist honors.
lot of positives and room to improve.” Senior Sarah Waigand led the Panthers with a round of 50. Junior Hannah Hagle posted a score of 60 and sophomore Camryn Somers shot a round of 63. It was the first golf competition for both Hagle and Somers in their high school careers. Medalist honors went to Atlantic’s Brooke Fletcher,
Panthers battle with No. 12 Valley girls By LARRY PETERSON
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Creston’s girls soccer team faced a daunting task Thursday on a nice sunsplashed evening at Panther Field.
Nodaway Valley/West Central Valley/AdairCasey came in ranked 12th in the state in Class 1A. Off to a 2-0 start, Valley had outshot its opponents 64-6 while holding a 12-1 scoring advantage in the two victories. This is a powerful, speedy
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Spurs win DALLAS — Patty Mills scored 26 points starting in place of Tony Parker and the Spurs moved to the brink of the top seed in the Western Conference while likely forcing the Mavericks into a must-win situation with their playoff hopes by beating Dallas 109-100 on Thursday night. Making his second start of the season and seventh of his career with Parker nursing a bad back, Mills had 11 points and a pair of steals in the third quarter when the Spurs turned a two-point deficit into an 11-point lead. The Spurs beat the Mavericks for the ninth straight time in the regular season, a streak that has lasted more than two years. Tim Duncan had 20 points and 15 rebounds after leaving briefly in the first quarter.
Panther boys golf survives early test from Atlantic By SCOTT VICKER
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Creston senior midfielder Itzayanna Rubio (29) gets in front of Valley’s Madi Foster (2) for possession during Thursday’s match at Panther Field. Foster had a goal in Valley’s 6-0 victory.
Irr scores in overtime for Creston By LARRY PETERSON
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STUART — It was a physical war for much of the night, but in the end the Creston Panthers took a 1-0 overtime victory over host West Central Valley boys
here Thursday. With 23 seconds left in the first o v e r time, the Panthers finally broke the scoreless d e a d lock in a Irr
scramble off a throw-in by Levi Eblen. Freshman Ben Irr settled the ball with a touch, and then blasted it into the net from about 35 yards out. “The ball kind of knuckled and the keeper lost it in Please see BOYS, page 9A
who shot a 2-over par 35. “It was nice getting back out there competing,” Waigand said. “I was proud of our effort against a solid Atlantic girls team. We think we could compete with most of the teams in the Hawkeye 10 if we have our full team together to post a team score.” The Panther girls return to action today at ADM. GIRLS Nishna Hills Golf Club
Creston/O-M — Sarah Waigand 50, Hannah Hagle 60, Camryn Somers 63. Atlantic (171) Medalist — Brooke Fletcher, Atlantic, 35. Runner-up — Brooke Newell, Atlantic, 43. BOYS Pine Valley Creston/O-M (135) — Carson Whittington 31, Hunter Sickels 32, Christian Groumoutis 35, Kyle Somers 37, Sam Hartsock 38, Maxx Walters 38. Atlantic (140) Medalist — Carson Whittington, Creston/O-M, 31. Runner-up — Evan Schuler, Atlantic, 31.
Fast times at Red Oak High Panthers take advantage of competition, good weather to post fast times By SCOTT VICKER
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RED OAK — After a disappointing result at Clarinda on Tuesday, the Creston girls track team bounced back here Thursday with a much better performance at the Lady Tiger Relays. Creston finished third in the team standings in Class AA with 86 points. Southwest Valley finished seventh with 39 points. “The other night, we weren’t bad,” Creston head coach Clay Arnold said. “We just weren’t quite as sharp as we expect. We shored some things up and we got great weather. It was a beautiful, warm night with no wind. Fast track and we ran fast times.” One of the biggest highlights of the night for the Panthers came in the open 800 meters, as freshman Lexie Little ran a big 5-second PR to take second place behind Red Oak’s K a t e Little Walker. Walker ran 2:29.97 to edge out Little’s 2:31.51. Little led through the first lap and battled with Walker throughout the second lap. “There were a lot of great performances for the night, but Lexie Little in the open 800 was not to be denied,” Arnold said. “Lexie is kind of trying to be the third triplet in the Mostek family. The Red Oak girl, she beat Maria (Mostek) down there at Clarinda the other night in the open 800. Little was not going to be scared of her at all.” The Panthers also received a boost with the return of Natalie Mostek to the lineup, after the Cres-
ton junior missed Tuesday’s meet with illness. Her presence was felt right away as she won the high jump by clearing 4-10. She also ran strong anchor legs on the distance medley and sprint medley relays. Natalie Mostek ran 2:30.83 for the 800 leg of the distance medley and ran 1:04.8 for the 400 leg of the s p r i n t N. Mostek medley. “Really encouraging that after being sick, she could pick up right where she left off,” Arnold said. Maria Mostek won the 3,000 meters in 11:57.01 and took second place in the 1,500 meters in 5:15.07. Sophomore Amber Castillo continued her string of impressive performances by helping the shuttle hurdle relay team to third place with the team’s first sub-18 split of the season. Castillo and Josie Sickels ran the two fastest 200 meter splits of the season for the Panthers in leading Creston to third place in the 4x200 relay. Sickels ran 28.08 and Castillo ran 28.16. Running the 400 meter hurdles for the first time in her career, Castillo took sixth place in 1:17.14 out of the Castillo slow heat. In the 100 hurdles, freshman Leah Schuler ran a new personal best time by 2.3 seconds, finishing seventh in 18.61. The Creston 4x400 relay team got redemption for Please see FAST TIMES, page 9A
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Panthers, Atlantic split tennis duals Raiders roll
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Creston and Atlantic tennis teams split their season openers Thursday, with the Trojan boys winning 6-3 at the Southwestern courts, while the Panther girls traveled to Atlantic and secured a 7-2 victory. Creston girls won four of the six singles matches, including an 8-3 triumph by sophomore Jenna Taylor at No. 1 singles. The Panthers swept all three doubles matches. “The best weather we have had yet this season minimized problems for both teams,” Panther assistant coach Amanda Plymale said. “Jenna Taylor represented Creston very well by knocking out Atlantic’s returning senior, Leah Tjepkes, at the number one spot.” Ashley Harris came back from a 3-0 deficit to win 8-3 at No. 4 singles. Plymale said all three doubles teams attacked the net to keep their points short. Two sophomore doubles teams also prevailed in JV doubles action. The depth in the Panther lineup was evident in Angie Sorensen and Caitlin McIlravy combining for a 16-1 margin over Atlantic’s fifth and sixth players, and teaming up for an 8-0 doubles victory. “Our team has a lot of potential this year and I am excited for this season,” Plymale said. Garret Taylor won the final four games to prevail 10-7 in his new role at No.
AFTON — Mount Ayr rolled to the team title at the East Union Invitational Tuesday night with 155 points to outdistance runnerup Nodaway Valley with 112. Lenox edged the host Eagles for eighth place, 35-32.
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Creston senior Daniel Scott concentrates on returning a forehand shot against Reid Nichols of Atlantic in No. 4 singles play here Thursday. Scott won, 10-7, but the Trojans prevailed in the conference dual, 6-3.
1 singles for the Panther boys, but Atlantic went into doubles play with a 4-2 lead. Taylor teamed with Chantz Davidson to win 10-6 at No. 1 doubles. “Tonight was an absolute perfect night to play tennis,” Panther coach Kevin Cooper said. “We had five guys playing their first varsity meet, so it was good to get the nervousness out of the way. We ended up losing the meet, but we had our chances. I felt like we did some things well, and we have a lot we can improve on.” The Creston teams play Southwest Valley on Monday, with the girls at Corning and the boys in Creston.
BOYS Atlantic 6, Creston/O-M 3 Singles — Garret Taylor (Cr) def. Nick Podhajsky (A), 10-7; Adam Weiser (A) def.
Chantz Davidson (Cr), 10-3; Jake Arneson (A) def. Ryan Kucera (Cr), 10-8; Daniel Scott (Cr) def. Reid Nichols (A), 10-7; Ben Parker (A) def. Tyler Waddingham (Cr), 10-2; Preston Hoye (A) def. Triston Davidson (Cr), 10-1. Doubles — Taylor-C. Davidson (Cr) def. Podhajsky-Nichols (A), 10-6; Weiser-Arneson (A) def. Kucera-Waddingham (Cr), 10-1; Parker-Logan Steffens (A) def. Scott-T. Davidson (Cr), 10-6. GIRLS Creston/O-M 7, Atlantic 2 Singles — Jenna Taylor (Cr) def. Leah Tjepkes (A), 8-3; Lexi Allen (A) def. Audrey Fyock (Cr), 8-4; Lisa Gearhart (A) def. Alli Thomsen (Cr), 8-2; Ashley Harris (Cr) def. Grace Jacob (A), 8-3; Angela Sorensen (Cr) def. Codi Hitch (A), 8-1; Caitlin McIlravy (Cr) def. Jena Brosam (A), 8-0. Doubles — Taylor-Fyock (Cr) def. Tjepkes-Allen (A), 8-1; Thomsen-Harris (Cr) def. Gearhart-Jacob (A), 8-6; Sorensen-McIlravy (Cr) def. Hitch-Brosam (A), 8-0. JV doubles — Sydney Dunphy-Gracie Russell (Cr) def. Sydney Redler-Alexis Boes (A), 6-2; Ann Waigand-Cassandra Anderson (Cr) def. Sydney Redler-Alexis Boes (A), 6-3.
Area girls track I-35 Invite TRURO — Murray senior Kate Patton and Nodaway Valley sophomore Destiny Scar each won three individual events here Thursday at the Interstate 35 Girls Invite. Patton won the 100 meters, 200 meters and 400 meters, while Scar won the 800 meters, 1,500 meters and 3,000 meters. Murray freshman Alyssa Staudt, who fini s h e d second behind Nodaway Valley sophomore Ken- Staudt na Lundy in the
400 meter hurdles, broke Murray’s school record in the event with her time of 1:14.21.
Interstate 35 Girls Invite Team standings — 1. Interstate 35 115, 2. Mount Ayr 95, 3. Nodaway Valley 83, 4. Van Meter 66, 5. Murray 55, 6. West Central Valley 49, 7. Martensdale-St. Marys 47, 8. East Union 34, 9. Lamoni 23, 10. Southeast Warren 21; 11. Melcher-Dallas 1. Discus — 1. Lilly Smithson, WCV, 95-2; 2. Stacia Bryson, EU, 91-3; 3. Katie Holmes, MA, 88-9; 5. Shelby Myers, Murr, 86-6; 6. Casey Ehrsam, NV, 84-6; 7. Deena Snyder, Murr, 84-3; 11. Courtney Phelps, EU, 72-3; 14. Ica Hauge, MA, 69-4; 16. Riley Lonsdale, NV, 61-1; 20. McKenzie Barnett, EU, 44-10; 21. Brianna Hagen, EU, 40-10. Shot put — 1. Megan Medina, WCV, 33-3; 4. Kelsey Hoff, EU, 32-8.50; 5. Chelsea Hoyt, EU, 31-2; 6. Katie Holmes, MA, 30-9; 8. Riley Lonsdale, NV, 29-9.50; 11. Deena Snyder, Murr, 28-3; 14. Shelby Myers, Murr, 26-10; 15. Casey Ehrsam, NV, 26-8.50; 18. Cali Foglesong, EU, 24-10;
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Public notice Regular Session March 31, 2014 The Union County Board of Supervisors met in Regular Session on Monday, March 31, 2014. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 AM with the following members present: Dennis Brown and Lois Monday. Ron Riley was absent. AGENDA: Motion by Monday and seconded by Brown to approve the Agenda. All voting aye, motion carried. Riley arrived at 9:04 AM MINUTES: Motion by Monday and seconded by Riley to approve the minutes from March 24, 2014. All voting aye, motion carried. OPEN FORUM: Wayne Pantini presented the Board with the 2013 Key Accomplishments of UCDA. RESOLUTION FOR RANGER RESIDENCE AT 3-MILE LAKE: Motion by Riley and seconded by Monday to approve Resolution #20 FY 2013-2014 Resolution for Ranger Residence at 3-Mile Lake. Whereas, the Union County Conservation Board has developed a formal bid packet including a set of plans and specifications, for the construction of a Ranger Residence at Three Mile Lake; and Whereas, the Union County Board of Supervisors have reviewed the above mentioned bid packet; Whereas, the Union County Board of Supervisors does approve the formal bid packet including the set of plans and specifications; Therefore, be it resolved the Union County Board of Supervisors authorizes the Union County Conservation Board Director to publish the above said bid packet for the purpose of receiving bids. Roll call vote; Monday aye, Brown aye, and Riley aye, motion carried. NEW SHERIFF VEHICLE: Bids were received from Stalker Chevrolet, Creston Automotive, and M&M Motors for a New 2014 Sheriff’s Vehicle. Motion by Monday and seconded by Riley to go with the low bid from M&M Motors for the purchase of a 2014 Dodge Ram priced at $25,458.00 to include a trade of $13,458.00 for a 2009 Ford F150 paying a total price of $12,000.00. Roll call vote; Monday aye, Brown aye, and Riley aye, motion carried. ENGINEER: Steve Akes, Union County Engineer, presented and discussed the weekly maintenance activity report upcoming construction projects and recent bridge weight limit changes. Utility Permit Application: Motion by Riley and seconded by Monday to approve a utility permit application for Southern Iowa Rural Water Association to install a rural water line and bore a 1” waterline under 260th Street in Section 22 and 28 of Grant Township. All voting aye, motion carried. Grading Agreement: Motion by Monday and seconded by Riley to approve a grading agreement between Brian Weis and Union County for ditching, along with dozing the fence line, and with tree and brush removal located on the west side of the road in Section 10 of Douglas Township (Dogwood Ave). All voting aye motion carried. FY 2015 IDOT Secondary Road Budget and Construction Program: Motion by Riley and seconded by Monday for the chair to sign the FY 2015 IDOT Secondary Road Budget and Construction Program. All voting aye, motion carried. APPROPRIATION RESOLUTION: Motion by Riley and seconded by Monday
22. Christiana Overholtzer, MA, 21-10; 23. Katelyn Cline, EU, 21-3. High jump — 1. Nicole Meyer, VM, 4-9; 4. Naomi Richards, MA, 4-6; 5. Christine Gross, NV, 4-4. Long jump — 1. Josie Carter, NV, 15-5.25; 3. Kate Patton, Murr, 15-0; 8. Cheyenne Haveman, MA, 14-1; 8. Lisa Moss, OM, 14-1; 16. Brandi Gilbert, Murr, 11-0. 3,000 meters — 1. Destiny Scar, NV, 11:23.21; 4. Adrian Richards, MA, 12:43.75; 6. Alyssa Staudt, Murr, 13:45.90; 8. Hannah Glendenning, MA, 15:13.32. 4 x 800 relay — 1. Mount Ayr (Macy Larsen, Sadie Frost, Blair Glendenning, Leah Klejch), 11:07.77; 2. East Union (Alyssa Proffitt, Allison Hadley, Emma Harper, Jena Proffitt), 11:27.33; 6. Nodaway Valley (Josie Clarke, Keeley Shantz, Riley Lonsdale, Rachel Scheel), 11:55.72; 7. Murray (Brandi Gilbert, Kayle
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Winners and area placings: EU Invitational Team standings — 1. Mount Ayr 155; 2. Nodaway Valley 112; 3. Interstate 35 83; 4. West Central Valley 70; 5. Central Decatur 62; 6. Lamoni 48; 7. Adair-Casey 44; 8. Lenox 35; 9. East Union 32; 10. Diagonal 3; 11. Orient-Macksburg 1. Discus — 1. Jeremy Deemer, Lamoni, 142-05; 2. Caleb Mueller, NV, 132-09; 3. Joe Ricker, MA, 121-10; 5. Jed McCreary, MA, 10810; 7. Lincoln Lutrick, MA, 103-05; 8. Jordan Thompson, 98-03; 9. Todd Stoaks, Lenox, 98-00; 14. Mason Clarke, NV, 90-06; 15. Spencer Brown, Lenox, 89-02; 16. Matt Poore, MA, 89-00; 17. Brandon Wittstock, EU, 88-02; 18. Kyle Seales, EU, 86-07; 20. Ryan Baudler, NV, 80-00; 25. Bobby Hughes, O-M, 29-11. Shot put — 1. Jeremy Deemer, Lamoni, 50-00.5; 5. Jed McCreary, MA, 39-11.5; 7. Ryan Baudler, NV, 38-01.75; 8. Joe Ricker, MA, 37-07; 10. Jordan Thompson, O-M, 37-02; 11. Kade Means, Diagonal, 36-09.75; 12. Tyler Kelley, EU, 36-06.5; 14. Spencer Brown, Lenox, 36-01; 15. Matt Poore, MA, 35-11; 17. Lincoln Lutrick, MA, 33-01.25; 19. Brandon Wittstock, EU, 31-10; 20. Todd Stoaks, Lenox, 31-00; 22. Mason Clarke, NV, 29-08; 25. Leith Davis, Diagonal, 28-04.25; 26. Jesse Christensen, NV, 24-09.00; 27. Jacob Walter, EU, 23-11.50; 28. Bobby Hughes, O-M, 21-01.75. High jump — 1. Greyson Benedict, WCV, 5-04; 2. Tristan Ackley, MA, 5-04. Long jump — 1. Cedric Shell, Laomini, 19-05.5; 3. Nick Wurster, MA, 18-09; 4. Cody Stackhouse, MA, 18-08; 6. Zach Brewer, NV, 18-02; 8. Dustyn Rauch, Lenox, 17-04; 9. Cory Bennett, Lenox, 16-10; 13. Tyree Thomas, EU, 13-09. 3,200 meters — 1. 1. Shane Breheny, NV, 10:54.11; 2. Heath Downing, NV, 11:07.57; 6. Trevor Anderson, MA, 12:19.21; 7. Joey Huntington, O-M, 12:40.40; 10. Mitchell Jennett, MA, 13:43.96; 11. Hugo Montiel, Lenox, 14:37.70. 4 x 800 relay — 1. Mount Ayr (Kyle Dolecheck, Noah Larsen, Jack Jones, Erik Freed), 8:41.66; 2. Nodaway Valley (Tanner Armstrong, Jared Corder, Dallas Kreager, Brayton Funke), 9:36.82; 4. Lenox (Jacob Bolinger, Garrett Brown, Dillon Bennett, Cory Bennett), 9:59.13; 8. East Union (Gabe Nixon, Casey Walter, Kyle Seales, Lucas Martinez), 10:54.00; 9. Mount Ayr (Heath Andresen, Devin Russo, Logan Arends, Jacob Vanheesyk), 11:18.00. Shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Central Decatur 1:05.59; 3. Mount Ayr, 1:09.09; 5. East Union, 1:15.45. 100 meters — 1. Emmit Wheatley, A-C, 11.85; 3. Cody Stackhouse, MA, 12.00; 4. Caleb Schnoor, MA, 12.37; 7. Zach Brewer, NV, 12.62; 8. Dustyn Rauch, Lenox, 12.64; 9. Ismail Omar, Diagonal, 12.72; 10. Jonathan Weis, EU, 12.74; 12. Nathan Andrews, NV, 12.85; 14. THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT Jackson Mikkelsen, O-M, 13.01; UNION COUNTY 15. Jordan Thompson, IN THE MATTER OF O-M, 13.26; 18. THE Kade Means, ESTATE OFDiagonal, 13.64; 20.ARGYLE Spencer Payne, Lenox, LEON FREY, Deceased. 14.60; 22. Jacob EU, 17.41. Probate No.Walter, ESPR015647 NOTICE 400 metersOF —APPOINTMENT 1. Jacob Sobotka, OF ADMINISTRATOR MA, 53.03; 2. Jared Corder, NV, AND CREDITORSNV, 56.36; 3.NOTICE TannerTO Armstrong, To All Persons Interested in the Estate 56.83; 4. Rhett Murphy, MA, 57.08; of LEON ARGYLE FREY, Deceased, 5. Frank Hoffman, Lenox, who died on or about March 21, 1:00.46; 2014: 6. You BlakeareButler, 1:01.50; herebyDiagonal, notified that on the 28th day ofHaidsiak, March, 2014, the undersigned 13. Riley Lenox, 1:05.80;
was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 31st day of March, 2014. Jona J. Hutson Administrator of the Estate 708 W. Thomas Ave, Apt. 401 Shenandoah,IA 51601 Todd G. Nielsen, ICIS PIN Number Todd G. Nielsen ISBA #AT0005759 Attorney for the Administrator KENYON & NIELSEN,P.C. 211 North Maple Street Creston, IA 50801 Date of second publication: April 11, 2014
THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT UNION COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LEON ARGYLE FREY, Deceased. Probate No. ESPR015647 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Persons Interested in the Estate of LEON ARGYLE FREY, Deceased, who died on or about March 21, 2014: You are hereby notified that on the 28th day of March, 2014, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 31st day of March, 2014. Hutson Appropriation Resolution. Now on this to approve Resolution #21Jona FYJ.2013-2014 Administrator the Estate 24th day of March, 2014, theofmatter of amending the fiscal year 2013-2014 appro708 W. Thomas Ave, Apt. 401 Board of Supervisors. WHEREAS it is now priations comes before the Union County necessary to amendShenandoah,IA the fiscal year51601 2013-2014 appropriations for these changes, in Todd G. Nielsen, PIN331.434(6) Number of the Code of Iowa. BE AND IT IS HEREBY accordance with ICIS section Todd G. Nielsen #AT0005759 for the Approved 13-14 Budget Amendment dated RESOLVED thatISBA the appropriations Attorney for the Administrator March 24, 2014 for the following departments are: KENYON & NIELSEN,P.C. PRIOR INCREASE AMENDED 211 DEPARTMENT North Maple Street APPROPRIATION DECREASE APPROPRIATION Creston, IA 50801 General Services 1,722,387 25,000 1,747,387 DateCounty of second publication: April 11, 2014 Engineer 3,296,185 314,845 3,611,030 Vegetation Mgmt 176,770 42,015 218,785 Mental Health 724,691 910,000 1,634,691 Roll call vote; Monday aye, Brown aye, and Riley aye, motion carried. SET PUBLIC HEARING FOR MASTER MATRIX: Motion by Riley and seconded by Monday to set a Public Hearing for the Master Matrix. The Union County Board of Supervisors has received a construction permit application for a confinement feeding operation, more specifically described as follows: Name of Application: Justin Geidel Location of the operation: Section 6 Spaulding Township. Type of confinement feeding operation structure proposed: One new 2480 head deep pit swine confinement finishing barn at an existing swine confinement facility. Animal Unit Capacity of the Operation after Expansion: 1984 animal units. (4960 head of swine finishers) The application is on file at the County Auditor’s Office and is available for public inspection during the following days: Monday-Friday and hours: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Comments: Written comments may be filed at the County Auditor’s Office, until the following deadline: April 11, 2014 at 4:30 PM. Public Hearing held April 14, 2014 at 10:00 AM in the Union County Court Room. Roll call vote; Monday aye, Brown aye, and Riley aye, motion carried. SOUTHERN HILLS REGIONAL MENTAL HEALTH 28E AGREEMENT: Motion by Riley and seconded by Monday to approve the Southern Hills Regional Mental Health 28E Agreement. All voting aye motion carried. BREAK FOR LUNCH AT 12:00 PM RECONVENE AT 1:00 PM DHS: Pauline Rutherford and Darrin Thompson, DHS discussed the purchase and/ or lease of a new printer. Motion by Monday and seconded by Riley to go with a 5 year lease with INFOMAX Office Systems of a monthly cost of $118.00 for 2 Savin Series 301 SPF printers. All voting aye, motion carried. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 1:40 PM. ATTEST: SANDY HYSELL, AUDITOR BY: DENNIS J. BROWN, CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
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Lenox’s Cory Bennett carries the baton around the bend during the 4x800 relay at Tuesday’s East Union Invitational. The Tigers finished fourth in 9:59.13. 15. Brandon Lee, EU, 1:06.46; 18. Lucas Martinez, EU, 1:10.73. 4 x 200 relay — 1.Nodaway Valley (Nathan Andrews, Zach Eblen, Baley Shantz, T.J. Bower), 1:39.04; 2. Mount Ayr (Cal Daughton, Nick Wurster, Lincoln Martin, Riley Weehler), 1:43.11; 5. Lenox (Josh Mitchell, Carson Cline, Todd Stoaks, Cory Bennett), 1:47.01; 6. East Union (Brandon Wittstock, Tyler Kelley, Mike Ward, Beau Boswell), 1:52.66. 1,600 meters — 1. Heath Downing, NV, 5:10.58; 3. Brayton Funke, NV, 5:17.98; 4. Jack Jones, MA, 5:18.65; 7. Ed Estrella, Lenox, 5:28.38; 8. Trevor Anderson, MA, 5:36.56; 10. Cameron Walker, O-M, 5:41.26; 14. Joey Huntington, O-M, 5:59.27; 18. Clint Bounds, MA, 6:23.38; 19. Dillon Bennett, Lenox, 7:13.89. 110 high hurdles — 1. Lucas Love, WCV, 16.61; 5. Brogan Kinyon, EU, 21.40. 200 meters — 1. Emmit Wheatley, A-C, 23.63; 3. Grant Staats, MA, 24.35; 5. Baley Shantz, NV, 25.03; 6. Dustin Gordon, Lenox, 25.75; 8. Nick Wurster, MA, 26.20; 9. Jonathan Weis, EU, 26.76; 11. Kade Means, Diagonal, 27.04; 12. Beau Weinheimer, NV, 27.66; 13. Jackson Mikkelsen, O-M, 27.78; 14. Ismail Omar, Diagonal, 27.95; 18. Tyree Thomas, EU, 28.72; 20. Owen Hensley, O-M, 29.40; 23. Spencer Payne, Lenox, 30.38.
400 low hurdles — 1. Sean Schmitz, EU, 1:01.51; 3. Jared Corder, NV, 1:06.60; 4. Ethan McGill, MA, 1:06.72; 5. Dawson Knapp, MA, 1:07.15; 7. Frank Hoffman, Lenox, 1:09.55; 11. Brogan Kinyon, EU, 1:16.58; 12. Riley Haidsiak, Lenox, 1:19.40. 1,600 medley relay — 1. Mount Ayr, (time not available); 3. East Union; 5. Nodaway Valley; 6. Orient-Macksburg, 4:39.89. 800 meters — 1. Jacob Bolinger, Lenox, 2:18.76; 2. Rhett Murphy, MA, 2:19.10; 3. Tristan Ackley, MA, 2:21.05; 4. Heath Downing, NV, 2:24.18; 9. Blake Butler, Diagonal, 2:36.43; 12 (tie) Matt Dickinson, JV, 2:41.99; 15. Casey Walter, EU, 2:48.29; 17. Hugo Montiel, Lenox, 3:03.21. 4 x 100 relay — 1. 1. Mount Ayr (Erik Freed, Cody Stackhouse, Jacob Sobotka, Grant Staats), 45.61; 3. Nodaway Valley (T.J. Bower, Baley Shantz, Zach Brewer, Zach Eblen), 47.72; 6. Lenox (Josh Mitchell, Dustyn Rauch, Todd Stoaks, Dustin Gordon), 49.63; 7. East Union (Beau Boswell, Mike Ward, Tyler Kelley, Jonathan Weis), 51.46. 4 x 400 relay — 1. Mount Ayr (Kyle Dolecheck, Jack Jones, Erik Freed, Jacob Sobotka), 3:39.66; 2. Nodaway Valley (Dallas Kreager, Jared Corder, Tanner Armstrong, T.J. Bower), 3:55.18; 5. East Union (Sean Schmitz, Brandon Hulsey, Brandon Lee, Gabe Nixon), 4:02.62.
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HONOR ROLL FOR THIRD QUARTER HIGH HONOR ROLL SENIORS Baldwin, Evan Barton, Drey Barton, Zach Bauman, Adam Boysen, Karsen Branan, Chris Burgess, Jake Currin, Casaundra Damewood, Caitlyn Dolch, Mikayla Drake, Marissa Gladman, MaKayla Gray, Cody Henkenius, Taylor Holbrook, Kelsey Johannes, Stefanie Kinman, Kelsie Longabaugh, Keegan Maynes, Sydney Ponius, Sydney Schubert, Megan Shipley, Christine Sleep, Sierra JUNIORS Bronner, Alexis Gibler, Janelle Haidsiak-Riggle, Blake Harvey, Aunica Heaton, Bellamy Hults, Kim Jessen, Regan McCuen, Axel Means, Kelsey Moore, Mikayla Palmer, Marie Peterson, Lane Sickels, Mason Smith, Kalyn Taylor, Paige Wilkinson, Kendra SOPHOMORES Boswell, Ashley Boyd, Sam Casagrande, Chloe Gaunt, Mackenzie Golden, William Grossnickle, Ashytn Haffner, Sean Herzberg, Elizabeth Hinterkoph, Christoph Holste, Alex Lauer, Michael Olson, Halee Sickels, Haley Williams, Renee FRESHMAN Berggren, Diana Black, Sonya Burgess, Macy Fleharty, Erin Fuller, Elizabeth
Kernen, Joseph McAlpin, Wyatt Oldenkamp, Quenton Palmer, Scott Roberts, Kiara Rodriquez, Josh Scott, Quinton Sunderman, Danica 8TH GRADE Birt, Cody S Fleharty, Abby M Moore, Kennedy N Swenson, Cole H 7TH GRADE Breaud, Carlie H Currin, Alaina Drake, Danica M Haer, Lexie Hoerman, Kathryn F Richey, Kaitlyn M Shipley, Connor Shuey, Morgan L Thomas, Hailey G 6TH GRADE Fleharty, Evan R Jacobs, Rylee Lauer, Emily R Marn, Garrett L Wetzel, Abigail J HONOR ROLL SENIORS Bohanan, Brittany Gaule, Taylor Gillespie, Kara Hiles, Kelsey Johannes, Gentry Purcell, Brook Roberts, William Shuler, Stephanie Wood, Logan JUNIORS Bashor, Nichole Bissell-Abraham, Tyler Bohn, Cristian Bruning, Thad Frederick, Nicholas Huber, Isaac Jennings, Lisa Keefe, Darien McCuen, Gunnar Petersen, Jade Sorensen, Trevor Vanderhoof, Scott Weeks, Jonnie SOPHOMORES Allison, Ryan Belew, Amayi Chafa, Spencer Damewood, Taylor Holbrook, Trevor Maeder, Dustin Pontius, Hunter Steinbach, Kelsey
Walton, Jeffrey Wiechman, Kaylea Williams, Samantha FRESHMAN Cline, Morgan Currin, Kiaya Davis, Dalton Fleharty, Preston Frede, Nic Haggerty, Connor Kinser, Johnathan Means, Tyler Nelson, Shelby Newton, Bryce Schafer, Jacy Schafroth, Ryan Sexton, Olivia Westlake, Brittney 8TH GRADE Bohn, Jadon D Bohn, Jesse D Calkins, Logan D Currin, Phillip Erickson, Trey D Gaule, MerikE Goodvin, Oakley M Laughlin, Mazene J McBride, Kylie McMann, Makayla R Roberts, Duncan Thomas, Payton M Wetzel, Danielle J 7TH GRADE Adock, Scotty Avila, Sara R Borem, Andrea Bynum, Anthony P Casagrande, Kyle L Davis, Evan W Fisher, Karlee Gaule, Alden E Hummel, Maslyn R Jacobs, Kaylee Lininger, Katie J Poston, Hunter 6TH GRADE Baker, Hannah R Borem, Nevin Cline, Tristan L Dalton, Delaney Harris, Adam Joseph A Inman, Anna M Jacobs, Olivia Johnson, Isabella R Marshall, Allison Myers, Kayley J Oglesbee, Lillie M Rice, Mackenzie A Schafer, Jentry B Simmons, Jillian Smith, Jacey L
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Tuesday night, after the Panthers led the entire race before a botched handoff in the final exchange dropped the Panthers to second. Thursday, the team of Jami Sickels, Natalie Mostek, Chelcee Downing and Raegen Smith ran 4:25.21 to edge Council Bluffs St. Albert by 2.7 seconds for the win. “For the past 48 hours, we’ve had nothing on our minds but redemption in the 4x4,” Arnold said. “That was a very, very happy moment for us to get back on track.” Creston returns to action Monday at the home Lady Panther Relays. “Monday night at our home meet, it’s going to be the best competition we’ve had all year and at our home meet,” Arnold said. “We added, this year, Interstate 35, which has a great program. We added Centerville. Late pickup, we’ve got the Harlan Cyclones coming down. “Should be an excellent meet for any spectator to come watch,” Arnold continued. “A lot of good teams, a lot of quality individuals. I guarantee a lot of teams are going to be trying to qualify events for Drake. Going to be an excellent field.”
Area results Southwest Valley senior Sydney Maynes won the Class AA 200 meter dash, running 27.91. The Timberwolves finished second in the 4x200 relay with the team of Taylor Gaule, Kelsey Means, Renee Williams and Maynes. In Class A, Lenox finished third with 81 points behind Griswold and Stanton.
Katie D u k e s won the 400 meter dash in 1:02.23. L e n o x also won the sprint Dukes medley relay with the team of Mika Weaver, Makinna Fitzgerald, Aurora Arevalo and Dukes. The Tigers then took first place with the 4x400 relay team of Arevalo, Jacy Stoaks, Shantelle Brown and Dukes. Arevalo finished second in both the shot put and the 200 meter dash.
Lady Tiger Relays Class AA Team standings — 1. Glenwood 173, 2. Shenandoah 104, 3. Creston 86, 4. Clarinda 71, 5. Council Bluffs St. Albert 66, 6. Red Oak 43, 7. Southwest Valley 39. Discus — 1. Hallie Goudie, Clar, 108-8; 8. Olivia Nielsen, Creston, 81-0; 11. Marie Palmer, SWV, 74-7; 13. Marie Hood, Creston, 70-5; 14. Danica Sunderman, SWV, 69-11 . Shot put — 1. Jacy Embray, Glen, 40-1.75; 7. Danica Sunderman, SWV, 27-7.75; 9. Marie Hood, Creston, 27-3.25; 10. Olivia Nielsen, Creston, 26-8; 15. Megan Pearson, SWV, 16-4.50. High jump — 1. Natalie Mostek, Creston, 4-10. Long jump — 1. Sarah Salerno, Glen, 15-0.50; 5. Amber Castillo, Creston, 14-4.25; 9. Renee Williams, SWV, 11-11.25; 10. Sydney Suiter, Creston, 11-6.50. 3,000 meters — 1. Maria Mostek, Creston, 11:57.01; 4. Kendra Top, SWV, 13:08.44; 5. Angela Drey, Creston, 14:02.01. 4 x 800 relay — 1. Glenwood, 10:47.28; 2. Creston (Jami Sickels, Lexie Little, Jessica Beatty, Monica Powers), 10:53.37; 5. Southwest Valley (Diana Berggren, Kara Gillespie, Christine Shipley, Darien Keefe), 12:13.83; 6. Creston (Madison Callahan, Rachel Shepherd, Kristy Powers, Nicole Haley), 12:24.03. Shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Glenwood, 1:09.26; 3. Creston (Madison Hance, Amber Castillo, Leah Schuler, Nicole Haley), 1:16.97. 100 meters — 1. Courtney
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second half after an early reset boot by Hailey Gross. Then, the Creston defense seemed to lose some energy around the 25-minute mark. Goalkeeper Sadie Jones, who finished with 11 saves against 17 Valley shots, caught many of the attempts, but in the end Valley just kept peppering with too much pressure and ended up with a 6-0 victory. Valley improves to 3-0, while Creston falls to 0-3 overall. “We got tired,” Creston coach Kim Lauffer said. “We’re working with quite a few JV kids to get in, because I’m impressed with what we are seeing, but if you take someone like Hanna Luther or Alyssa Higgins out of our defense, we lose a lot of speed and accuracy you need against a team like that. “Still, to be able to compete like we did is exciting,” Lauffer added. “Now we have to step it up. We haven’t worked a lot on our offense yet because we spent the first few weeks pushing defense so much, to contain teams like this. I’m excited about the things we are doing well. There are little mistakes we can fix.” Valley outshot the Panthers 24-4. While Jones was busy with 23 saves, Valley keeper Kassidy Baudler withstood much less pressure with three saves. Jenna Hayes, Hanna Luther, Savannah Hartman and Angelica Claytor had shots for Creston. Hailey Gross scored two
Magnussen, Glen, 13.04; 4. Kaylea Wiechman, SWV, 13.51; 8. Rachel Herzberg, SWV, 14.36; 10. Sydney Suiter, Creston, 14.62; 12. Jessica Drey, Creston, 15.28. Distance medley relay — 1. St. Albert, 4:33.50; 2. Creston (Chelcee Downing, Josie Sickels, Madison Hance, Natalie Mostek), 4:39.44; 6. Southwest Valley (Shelby Nelson, Katie Taylor, Marissa Drake, Christine Shipley), 5:27.15. 400 meters — 1. Krisann Stephany, CBSA, 1:02.69; 7. Elizabeth Fuller, SWV, 1:10.40; 8. Megan Schubert, SWV, 1:17.18. 4 x 200 relay — 1. Glenwood, 1:50.05; 2. Southwest Valley (Taylor Gaule, Kelsey Means, Renee Williams, Sydney Maynes), 1:57.63; 4. Creston (Jami Sickels, Josie Sickels, Marie Hood, Amber Castillo), 2:01.10; 8. Creston (Rachel Shepherd, Olivia Nielsen, Monica Powers, Jessica Drey), 2:10.72. 100 hurdles — 1. Miranda Ruth, Glen, 16.84; 7. Leah Schuler, Creston, 18.61; 9. Elizabeth Herzberg, SWV, 20.02; 13. Angela Drey, Creston, 22.35. 800 meters — 1. Kate Walker, RO, 2:29.97; 2. Lexie Little, Creston, 2:31.51; 5. Jessica Beatty, Creston, 2:46.01; 7. Kendra Top, SWV, 2:56.47; 9. Kristy Powers, Creston, 2:58.59; 13. Christine Shipley, SWV, 3:11.97. 200 meters — 1. Sydney Maynes, SWV, 27.91; 11. Shelby Nelson, SWV, 32.45; 12. Jessica Drey, Creston, 32.61; 13. Leah Schuler, Creston, 33.54. 400 hurdles — 1. Sydney Nielsen, Shen, 1:08.46; 4. Elizabeth Herzberg, SWV, 1:13.86; 6. Amber Castillo, Creston, 1:17.14; 7. Madison Hance, Creston, 1:17.96. Sprint medley relay — 1. Red Oak, 2:00.85; 3. Creston (Marie Hood, Sydney Suiter, Chelcee Downing, Natalie Mostek), 2:02.80; 6. Southwest Valley (Taylor Gaule, Renee Williams, Sydney Maynes, Elizabeth Fuller), 2:09.10. 1,500 meters — 1. Jacey Martin, CBSA, 5:14.29; 2. Maria Mostek, Creston, 5:15.07; 7. Kara Gillespie, SWV, 6:11.56; 8. Angela Drey, Creston, 6:12.86; 9. Darien Keefe, SWV, 6:25.53. 4 x 100 relay — 1. Glenwood, 52.07; 4. Southwest Valley (Taylor Gaule, Kelsey Means, Renee Williams, Sydney Maynes), 56.06; 6. Creston (Madison Hance, Sydney Suiter, Nicole Haley, Leah Schuler), 57.76; 8. Southwest Valley (Shelby Nelson, Kaylea Wiechman, Elizabeth Herzberg, Katie Taylor), 59.53. 4 x 400 relay — 1. Creston (Jami Sickels, Natalie Mostek, Chelcee Downing, Raegen
Smith), 4:25.21; 6. Creston (Josie Sickels, Lexie Little, Jessica Beatty, Rachel Shepherd), 4:34.29; 7. Southwest Valley (Taylor Gaule, Kelsey Means, Marissa Drake, Elizabeth Fuller), 4:39.04. Class A Team standings — 1. Griswold 180, 2. Stanton 101, 3. Lenox 81, 4. Sidney 78, 5. Essex 57, 6. Bedford 52, 7. Clarinda Academy 16, 8. South Page. Discus — 1. Jackie Rush, Gris, 98-4; 6. Jacy Stoaks, Len, 73-4; 9. Megan Brown, Len, 63-8. Shot put — 1. Jackie Rush, Gris, 32-2.50; 2. Aurora Arevalo, Len, 32-0.75; 9. Shantelle Brown, Len, 27-4.75. High jump — 1. Charissa Mogler, Bed, 5-0. Long jump — 1. Rachel Armstrong, Bed, 15-11.25; 3. Mika Weaver, Len, 14-10; 9. Makinna Fitzgerald, Len, 10-10.25. 3,000 meters — 1. Alyx Flippin, Gris, 12:38.66. 4 x 800 relay — 1. Sidney, 10:50.14; 2. Lenox (Rebekah Kroese, Jacy Stoaks, Shantelle Brown, Katie Dukes), 11:01.48. Shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Stanton, 1:11.07. 100 meters — 1. Lexy Larsen, Sid, 13.10; 8. Morgan Newlin, Len, 14.43; 13. Ashley Lucio, Len, 15.68. Distance medley relay — 1. Bedford, 4:49.77; 3. Lenox (Mika Weaver, Madalyne Green, Jacy Stoaks, Shantelle Brown), 4:56.80. 400 meters — 1. Katie Dukes, Len, 1:02.23; 12. Hannah Bennett, Len, 1:20.73. 4 x 200 relay — 1. Stanton, 1:59.93; 4. Lenox (Sydney Barker, Bailey Schmitz, Ashley Lucio, Madalyne Green), 2:05.94. 100 hurdles — 1. Carmen Subbert, Stan, 16.25; 7. Morgan Newlin, Len, 20.84. 800 meters — 1. Alyx Flippin, Gris, 2:38.21; 4. Rebekah Kroese, Len, 2:50.52. 200 meters — 1. Lexy Larsen, Sid, 27.51; 2. Aurora Arevalo, Len, 27.54; 5. Madalyne Green, Len, 29.21. 400 hurdles — 1. Mackenzie Daffer, Sid, 1:11.51. Sprint medley relay — 1. Lenox (Mika Weaver, Makinna Fitzgerald, Aurora Arevalo, Katie Dukes), 1:58.59. 1,500 meters — 1. Alyx Flippin, Gris, 5:37.57; 7. Rebekah Kroese, 6:20.91; 9. Hannah Bennett, Len, 6:53.01. 4 x 100 relay — 1. Stanton, 54.47; 4. Lenox (Mika Weaver, Sydney Barker, Bailey Schmitz, Makinna Fitzgerald), 58.85. 4 x 400 relay — 1. Lenox (Aurora Arevalo, Jacy Stoaks, Shantelle Brown, Katie Dukes), 4:30.02.
BOYS: goals for Valley, including the first one after neither defense had been dented for 17 min- Gross utes. Allie Doud’s goal with 12:40 left in the half made it 2-0 at intermission. Gross, Madi Foster, Logan Jensen and Josi Ocheltree scored for Valley in the second half. Coach Mike Krawczyk inserted mass substitutions after the fifth goal. “The girls did a great job tonight,” Krawczyk said. “The first half we took awhile to settle down, but when we did the girls crossed and passed a lot better. The second half we really controlled things. OUr defense did an outstanding job.” The JV match ended in a 1-1 tie. Toni VanScoy scored for Creston on an assist by Bretta Shawler. Becca Ross was goalkeeper in a strong defensive effort. Creston, 0-2 in Hawkeye 10 play, travels to Carroll Tuesday to take on Kuemper Catholic (2-0) before hosting Denison-Schleswig in a girlboy doubleheader Thursday.
Valley 6, Creston 0 Creston (0) — Shots on goal — 4. Individual shots — Jenna Hayes 1, Hanna Luther 1, Savannah Hartman 1, Angelica Claytor 1. Keeper saves — Sadie Jones 11. Cards — None. NV/WCV/A-C (6) — Hailey Gross (Logan Jensen assist), 23:24 first half; Allie Doud 12:40 first half; Hailey Gross 36:53 second half; Madi Foster 24:52 second half; Logan Jensen (Alicia Urquhart assist) 21:06 second half; Josi Ocheltree (Emily O’Brien assist) 10:27 second half. Shots on goal — 17. Saves — Kassidy Baudler 3.
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the air, and it it went over his head,” Creston coach Jesus Rodriguez said. “Give credit to our defense. No goals. They played great. It was nice to have Tayler Pettit back. Brant Hudson played his best game of the season, and Kaleb Cook did great, too.” Conner Pals had four total shots on a night when offensive runs were difficult to generate. “We couldn’t pass the ball without getting bumped from behind, or knocked over,” Rodriguez said. “Finally, they got a couple of yellow cards, and we started playing our game a little more.” Alex Nielsen had six saves in the shutout victory. The JV squads played one
half that ended in a 1-1 tie. Skylar Cook got the Creston goal on an assist by Tyler Helm. Jake Miller was goalkeeper. The makeup home match against Underwood will be Tuesday, followed by Denison-Schleswig in a girl-boy doubleheader on Thursday. Both opponents are among the toughest on the schedule this season. Underwood, ranked 14th in Class 1A, earlier beat Atlantic, 5-4, and rolled past Nodaway Valley Thursday night, 7-1. Denison is considered a top conference contender this year with several all-conference returnees. Creston 1, W. Central Valley 0 OT Creston (1) — Ben Irr :23 first overtime. Shots on goal — 8. Individual shots — Conner Pals 2, McClain Haines 2, Irr 2, Cook 1, Gavin Woods 1. Keeper saves — Alex Nielsen 6. Cards — Pals (Y). WCV (0) — Cards — 3 (Y).
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GIRLS TRACK: Continued from page 8A Siefkas, Jade Lecy, Megan Oswald), 12:35.06. Shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Interstate 35, 1:16.53; Nodaway Valley (Katy Ehrsam, Kenna Lundy, Keeley Shantz, Paige McElfish), 1:17.21; 3. Mount Ayr (Laura Davison, Megan Warin, Kirsten Dolecheck, Maddie Mobley), 1:18.56. 100 meters — 1. Kate Patton, Murr, 12.80; 7. Josie Carter, NV, 14.00; 8. Ashton Johnson, MA, 14.17; 12. Cheyenne Haveman, MA, 14.63; Lisa Moss, OM, 14.80; Courtney Neal, OM, 15.32; 15. Paola Onate, EU, 15.67; Chellsea Jones, Murr, 15.98; Felicia Johnson, NV, 17.12. Distance medley relay — 1. Interstate 35, 2. Mount Ayr (Macy Larsen, Megan Warin, Paige Daughton, Brook Rychnovsky), 4:48.23; 4. East Union (Emma Harper, Kali Mertens, Katlin Weinkoetz, Lynn Singer), 4:54.69; 6. Nodaway Valley (Sami Harris, Bri Welsch, Riley Lonsdale, Jessica Nelson), 5:07.26; 9. Murray (Patricia Cena, Kayla Siefkas, Maddy Martin, Chellsea
Jones), 5:49.32. 400 meters — 1. Kate Patton, Murr, 1:04.00; 2. Alyssa Staudt, Mrr, 1:05.49; 5. Leah Klejch, MA, 1:10.03; 6. Rachel Scheel, NV, 1:10.86; 8. Blair Glendenning, MA, 1:12.01; Rusti Anglin, OM, 1:19.88; Felicia Johnson, NV, 1:33.94. 4 x 200 relay — 1. Van Meter, 1:54.18; 3. Mount Ayr (Kirsten Dolecheck, Sadie Frost, Ashton Johnson, Naomi Richards), 2:00.24; 4. Nodaway Valley (Christine Gross, Kenna Lundy, Paige McElfish, Sami Harris), 2:00.43; 7. East Union (Kacie Ripperger, Mara Weis, Paola Onate, Courtney Phelps), 2:07.53; 10. Murray (McKenzie Case, Shelby Myers, Samantha Prescott, Patricia Cena), 2:31.51. 100 hurdles — 1. Jenna Sandquist, I-35, 17.32; 2. Katy Ehrsam, NV, 17.55; 3. Paige Daughton, MA, 17.61; 6. Emily Eckels, EU, 18.78; 7. Laura Davison, MA, 18.83; 10. Megan Oswald, Murr, 19.61; 11. Katie Walter, OM, 19.65; 12. Alyssa Staudt, Murr, 19.90; Katlin Weinkoetz, EU, 20.96. 800 meters — 1. Destiny Scar, NV, 2:33.63; 2. Adrian Richards, MA, 2:35.84; 5. Brook
Rychnovsky, MA, 2:43.37; 8. Jade Lecy, Murr, 2:52.36; 9. Courtney Neal, OM, 2:55.87; 10. Megan Oswald, Murr, 3:01.31; 13. Jena Proffitt, EU, 3:10.19; 14. Angie Lopez, EU, 3:14.49. 200 meters — 1. Kate Patton, Murr, 26.42; 9. Cheyenne Haveman, MA, 30.48; 10. Lynn Singer, EU, 30.66; Laura Davison, MA, 30.98; Lisa Moss, OM, 31.07; Brandi Gilbert, Murr, 31.09; 14. Rachel Scheel, NV, 31.56; Rusti Anglin, OM, 33.69; Brianna Hagen, EU, 37.49. 400 hurdles — 1. Kenna Lundy, NV, 1:13.72; 2. Alyssa Staudt, Murr, 1:14.21; 3. Paige Daughton, MA, 1:15.31; 9. Keeley Shantz, NV, 1:24.15; 10. Megan Warin, MA, 1:24.37; 11. Katie Walter, OM, 1:25.20. Sprint medley relay — 1. Martensdale-St. Marys, 2:01.33; 2. Mount Ayr (Naomi Richards, Ashton Johnson, Sadie Frost, Kirsten Dolecheck), 2:06.30; 4. Nodaway Valley (Josie Carter, Jessica Nelson, Christine Gross, Paige McElfish), 2:07.48; 6. East Union (Emily Eckels, Paola Onate, Kacie Ripperger, Kali Mertens), 2:10.89; 11. Murray (McKenzie Case, Maddy Martin, Courtney
Titus, Patricia Cena), 2:38.85. 1,500 meters — 1. Destiny Scar, NV, 5:14.43; 3. Brook Rychnovsky, MA, 5:45.69; 4. Alyssa Proffitt, EU, 5:46.46; 10. Shelbie Greene, MA, 6:38.43. 4 x 100 relay — 1. Interstate 35, 53.76; 4. Mount Ayr (Cheyenne Haveman, Paige Daughton, Ashton Johnson, Naomi Richards), 55.22; 5. Nodaway Valley (Josie Carter, Katy Ehrsam, Christine Gross, Paige McElfish), 56.22; 6. East Union (Lynn Singer, Paola Onate, Mara Weis, Kacie Ripperger), 57.75; 8. OrientMacksburg (Lisa Moss, Katie Walter, Rusti Anglin, Courtney Neal), 59.98; 10. Murray (Chellsea Jones, Courtney Titus, Samantha Prescott, Maddy Martin), 1:07.55. 4 x 400 relay — 1. Van Meter, 4:27.42; 2. Mount Ayr (Leah Klejch, Macy Larsen, Megan Warin, Adrian Richards), 4:34.61; 5. Nodaway Valley (Kenna Lundy, Jessica Nelson, Keeley Shantz, Rachel Scheel), 4:50.22; 6. East Union (Kali Mertens, Katlin Weinkoetz, Emily Eckels, Emma Harper), 5:00.17; 10. Murray (Jade Lecy, Shelby Myers, Kayla Siefkas, Megan Oswald), 5:10.02.
Sports briefs Spartans swept CEDAR RAPIDS — Kirkwood kept a stronghold on first place in the ICCAC softball standings with an 11-2, 9-1 sweep of Southwestern Wednesday. Both games were five innings. The nationally-ranked Eagles improved to 15-1 in league play and 36-5 overall, while the Spartans fell to 5-9 and 11-14. Ashley Gibbs and Peyton Russell hit home runs for Southwestern in the opener. Emma Ferrin stroked a double in the nightcap. Southwestern is scheduled
to play Central Nebraska Community College today at home, but the coaching staff said Saturday’s conference game at Iowa Central was changed to today because of rain forecast on Saturday. So, the Central doubleheader is cancelled.
Free camps The Creston High School baseball and softball teams will host free camps on April 19. In both cases, the camp for grades 2-4 will be held 9 to 10:30 a.m. and the session for grades 5-7 will be 11 a.m to 12:30 p.m. at the
high school fields. Participants are asked to listen to KSIB radio that morning for weather-related announcements in case of rain. The plan for softball camp during inclement weather is the Creston Middle School gymnasium. Skills to be covered include throwing, fielding, hitting and baserunning. Participants are asked to bring gloves and bats if they have them. For more information contact softball coach Mike McCabe at 641-202-6007 or baseball coach Steve Birchard at 641-202-3450.
Wildfire openers Following are the results from the Wildfire Soccer Club from matches held Saturday and Sunday. U10 — Wildfire def. Van Meter, 11-1. U12A — Earlham def. Wildfire, 5-2. Goals by Haylee Shields and Derek Bloodgood. U12C — Wildfire def. Southwest Soccer, 3-1. Goals by Brance Baker (2) and Cael Kralik. U14 — Dallas CenterGrimes def. Wildfire, 3-2. Goals by Dalten Bierle and Kelby Luther.
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Area golf NV rolls GREENFIELD — The Nodaway Valley boys golf team easily defeated East Union and Adair-Casey here Thursday in triangular action. Nodaway Valley posted a team score of 156, followed by East Union’s 172 and AdairCasey’s 224. Wolverine senior Delson Grantham won medalist honors with an even-par round of 35, while teammate Wes Davis took runner-up honors with his round of 1-over par 36. “We had a great day on the course,” Nodaway Valley head coach Steve Shantz said. “Beautiful weather and we shot well. Next week we will see tough competition in facing some bigger schools at tournaments to see where we are at.” Cole Campbell, Jacy Eklund, Clayton Miller and Bobby Hepner all recorded rounds of 43 for East Union. Lizz Hansen took medalist honors on the girls side for Nodaway Valley with her round of 49, while teammate Rachel Hight was runner-up with her score of 50. “The girls are working hard and doing the things they need to do to improve their
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Area soccer GREENFIELD — Underwood, ranked 14th in the state in Class 1A, took a 3-0 halftime lead on the way to beating the Nodaway Valley boys Thursday, 7-1. Zach Brewer scored the Wolverines’ lone goal at the 41:16 mark.
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CDL DRIVER Iowa Select Farms has positions open for CDL Drivers responsible for transporting hogs between farm sites and to packer locations. Drivers operate company-owned late model Peterbilt trucks and haul five days a week, home every day. This position requires a Class A CDL with a clean driving record. Candidates must be dependable, detail-oriented and follow all regulatory, safety, biosecurity and record keeping protocols. Previous livestock hauling experience desired. Drivers receive competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package that includes single/family health, vision and dental coverage, 401(k), life insurance, flex plan and vacation, holiday and sick pay with sick day payout. Get hired and refer a friend to any position within the company — employees receive a $1,560 referral bonus. Apply online at www.iowaselect.com, contact Domingo Pedro at 641-347-5065 or stop by 101 North Douglas in Afton to complete an application.
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