Boys Win Cornbelt Conference Title
Senior Project to Benefit Fire Department
Senior Tim Adams has built a utility shed for his senior
project. He is now Teady to sell,it and hopes to raise some
money. Tim feels it would be nice if some money could be
put back into the community and has decided to sell his shed
through a silent auction. Profits will go to the Canistota Fire
The shed measures 8' x 8' and 8' tall. It has a Gambrel-
style roof with overhangs on each side. All the trim is cedar
and the bottom frame is green treated wood. The shed has a
48 inch double door opening on the front. It will be sold
through a silent auction. The shed can be seen by the Adams
Building, across the street from Total Stop.
If you are interested in a utility shed for storing items
though the winter, here is your opportunity. Put in a bid!!!
Bids can be placed in the mailbox at the shed or can be mailed
to or dropped off at 702 W. Ash Street. Bids will be opened
on Monday, Oct. 10. Winter is coming; get your bid in for a
shed and help the fire department.
Taking Canistota's first ever (alone) Boys Conference Cross Country Title in-
clude (left to right) Coach Pat Jolley, Wade Weeldreyer, Mason Decker, Boone
DeKramer, Riley Portwood, Bryce Engbarth.
The Canistota Boys Cross Country squad made history at the 2011 Cornbelt Conference
Cross Country Meet held September 21 at the Par-Mar Country Club near Parker.
In 2010 the Canistota girls won their first ever (not in a coop) Cross Country Conference
Title, now the boys accomplished the same feat in 2011 [
Canistota, in a coop with Bridgewater, had won the 2004, 05 and 08 Cross Country Con-
ference Titles. The 2011 was all the Hawks! The locals scored 9 points in taking the title,
Bridgewater/Emery was second at 13 points.
For Canistota Senior Wade Weeldreyer placed third overall and individually in 18:03.
Boone DeKramer took sixth (18:56), Riley Portwood seventh (19:53), Mason Decker ninth
(20:01), Bryce Engbarth 12 (21:00 no seconds were reported).
The girls are a conference powerhouse, having won titles in five of the last seven years (first
four in coop and 2010 as Canistota) took a close second this year. The squad was nosed out
13-15 in points by Freeman. CHS had eight! runners in the event (plus two more in JV event).
Overall Senior Haley Jerman placed fourth (17:18), Kalli Ortman, just a seventh grader, took
fifth (17:21), Lexys Sandman sixth (17:22), Kassidy Buse seventh (17:33), Alex Engbarth
(17:36) and Macy Robertson, only a seventh grader, tenth (17:44). It was like a parade...plac-
ing fourth thru eighth, then tenth. Also for Canistota Abbi Klyaic took 13 (18:23) and Jenna
Olson 16 (18:34). In JV Jillian Hofer won in 13:14! and Jessica Tieszen took third (17:57)!
Great job Hawks!!
Coronation will be Monday, October 3 at 7 p.m. This
year CHS Royalty candidates include for Queen (bot-
tom left to right) Taylor VanWinkle, Cassidy
Townsend, Krissy Reiner, Haley Jerman and for King
(top row left to right) Troy Hofer, Zach Hofer, Wade
Weeldreyer, Trevor Schroeder. See more Homecom-
ing info in the Headlight. (Submitted photo)
Date High Low
September 22 60 36
September 23 66 43
September 24 74 46
September 25 72 48
September 26 74 50
September 27 77 50
September 28 72 49
September 29 70 46
Calling All Senior Citize
The Canistota Senior Citizens will be hosting a "Fall
Fling." at the Canistota Legion Hall October 5 at 12:00 with a
potluck dinner. Games and prizes will follow.
All McCook County Senior Citizens are most welcome.
If you like, bring a friend, and a dish to pass.
See you all then. 9-22-2tnc