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Grace May Meyer

Ethan and Sarah (Mach) Meyer are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Grace May Meyer, born Aug. 16, 2013, weighing 8 pounds, 15 ounces, and 20 inches long. Grandparents are Keith and Mary Mach of Fairbury, and Jeff and Beverly Meyer of Fairbury. Great-grandparents are John Buchanan of Fountain Hills, Ariz., and Richard Meyer of Fairbury.

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Gaston and DeBoer To Recite Vows Sept. 28

Dan and Deb DeBoer of Fairbury are excited to announce the engagement of their daughter, Nicole DeBoer, to Jeffrey Gaston, son of Dennis Gaston of Fairbury and Peggy Galloway of Beatrice.

DeBoer graduated from Fairbury High School in 2008. She then attended Southeast Community College in Beatrice and earned her degree in Business Administration-Accounting in 2010. She is currently employed with Blue Valley Community Action in Fairbury as a Bookkeeper.

Gaston graduated from Fairbury High School in 2005. He received his degree in Non-Destructive Testing Technologies from Southeast Community College of Milford in 2008. He is currently employed with MetalQuest Unlimited in Hebron as a Quality Assurance Team Leader.

Nicole and Jeff are to be married at the American Lutheran Church in Fairbury on Sept. 28, 2013.

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Eickmann Suffers Injury

Photo caption: Diller-Odell Junior Marcus Eickmann is attended to on the field after he suffered a broken arm as he was stopped behind the line of scrimmage and thrown to the ground after the whistle had blown.

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Harriers Open Season at Beatrice

Over 100 runners took to the hills and straightaways at last Thursdays Beatice Cross Country Invitational.

Tri Countys girls had two competitors run in the 5,000-meter race.

Eryn Husband placed 15th out of 41 runners with a time of 24:16 and Kate Likens finished 19th in a time of 24:48.

On the boys side, the Trojans finished sixth in the team race with a score of 112 points.

Waverly was the team champion recording a score of 18 points.

Weston Edmond paced Tri County earning 31st place in a time of 20:54, Tyler Haake was 43rd at 22:36, William Stokebrand placed 57th in 29:55 and Hunter Ramer claimed 58th in a time of 31:33.

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Fairbury Runners Start Strong at Superior

Fairburys cross country runners began the season Sept. 5 with a solid showing at the Superior Elks Invite held on the Superior Country Club golf course.

The Jeffs placed fourth out of 10 teams, scoring 67 points.

Grand Island Central Catholic claimed the team title with a score of 34 points.

A pair of Jeffs brought home medals from Superior, including Jonathan Fletcher who placed sixth in a time of 20:02.7, and Trey Forney finished 10th with a time of 20:34.0.

Additional top six runners for Fairbury included Samuel Netherton, 23rd, Alex Plummer, 28th, Jorge Barrera, 30th, and Erik Hart, 37th.

Fairbury cross country coach Kristi Peterson was pleased with the performances by a number of runners.

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Meridian Netters Lose In Five Sets

Fans got their moneys worth in last Thursdays Meridian-Silver Lake match played at Roseland.

Silver Lake outlasted Meridian on their home court by scores of 12-25, 25-23, 23-25, 25-11, and 15-13.

As a team, Meridian had 10 ace serves led by Allison Klipp and Ann Endorf each with three aces.

Meridian had 35 kills in the five-set match, while putting up 208 attacks total.

Blair Hofstetter and Becca Taylor were 1-2 in kills for the Lady Mustangs attackers with 12 and seven, respectively.

Hofstetter put up a team-high eight blocks for the Lady Mustangs.

Twenty-one set assists were handed out by Miranda Johnson.

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Vetter, Kroeker Medal at York Golf Invitational

Competing in their third invite of the season, Fairbury had a pair of golfers bring home medals from the York Invitational played on the York Country Club golf course Sept. 5.

Anna Vetter and Sierra Kroeker each placed in the top 15 individually for the Lady Jeffs.

Vetter earned the seventh place medal with an 18-hole score of 106 and Kroeker claimed the 13th place medal with a score of 111 for 18 holes.

Shyanne Adams was three strokes away from a medal shooting a score of 116.

Aurora was the team champion with a score of 428, along with three medalists.

Fairbury did not field a full team on the day but Fairbury Lady Jeffs golf coach Jed Martin was pleased with the team leaving the invite with two medalists.

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Lady Griffins Begin Season at Freeman Invite

Diller-Odells Lady Griffins volleyball team took to the court last week competing in the two-day Freeman Invitational held at Freeman High School in Adams.

In Pool A play last Thursday, the Lady Griffins split their two matches.

Diller-Odell opened the invite losing in straight sets to Friend 16-25, 20-25.

The Lady Griffins bounced back and defeated Parkview Christian 25-11, 25-16 in their second pool play match.

On Saturday, Diller-Odell dropped its first Pool A match to Freeman by scores of 24-26, 15-25.

In their final match of the invite, the Lady Griffins lost in three sets to Elmwood-Murdock 10-25, 25-20, 17-25.

Friend topped Sterling in the championship to win the 10-team invite by scores of 25-21, 20-25, 25-12.

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McCool Junction Powers Past Meridian

In a battle of the Mustangs, McCool Junction used a balanced offensive attack to account for eight touchdowns in a 58-28 home win Friday night against Meridian.

McCool Junction racked up 307 yards rushing and added 230 yards through the air, while Meridian tallied 233 total yards with 203 yards gained on the ground.

The first quarter was a scoring barrage, as the two squads combined for 50 points.

First quarter touchdowns for Meridian were scored by Riley Noel on a fumble recovery with Brandon Jackson adding the two-point PAT on a run, Jackson scored on a two-yard run and Baxter Beals scored on a 14-yard run.

McCool Junctions offense continued to click in the second quarter, accounting for 14 of the teams 20 points increasing its lead to 50-28 at halftime.

Meridians lone second quarter touchdown was scored on a 25-yard run by Jackson.

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Tri County Golfers Host Own Invite

Photo caption: This Photo Can Be Purchased at FairburyJournalNews.com Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-NewsTRI COUNTY GOLFER MADISON KLAR swings her club and chips her golf ball airborne to the 15th green during play Friday afternoon in the Tri County Invitational held on the Hidden Acres Golf Course west of Beatrice.

Warm temperatures coupled with a light breeze greeted golfers from 11 schools at Fridays Tri County Golf Invite played on Hidden Acres golf course.

This season, the Lady Trojans have only three golfers on the squad, so team titles are out of reach. Improved play by each linkster is a key for success from meet to meet.

Madison Klar finished just out of the medals placing 17th out of 51 golfers with an 18-hole score of 107.

Riley Ensz fired a score of 124 for 18 holes of play to place 35th.

Crete earned the team championship with a score of 399, while Heartland was runner-up with a score of 418.

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