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, THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2016 E 7 SPORTS The Jefferson County North Char- gers came out victorious Friday eve- ning over their guests from Horton. In the first game of the evening, the girls' contest, JCNHS prevailed by a score of 45-33. When the two teams headed for the locker room at halftime, the Chargers were on top 14-10. Jentry Seichepine and Ravyn Job- bins shared scoring honors for the Chargers, with both girls tallying 9 points. Annabelle Vaught and Carley Elias were right behind them with 8 points apiece. JCNHS took the boys' contest by a score of 53-38. When the halftime buzzer sounded, the Chargers were ahead 23-20. Bryce Nell and Elijah Meyer led the offense with 14 points and 10 points, respectively. They were ably backed up by Nick Funk and Braden Schneider, both of whom scored 9 points. Wincester High School alumnus Allen Reynolds presented a Golden Football to the Jefferson County North football team between the girls' and boys' basketball games Friday evening. Reynolds was born and raised in the Winchester area and graduated from high school in 1956. In 1966, he had the honor of playing in the first Super Bowl as a guard for the Kansas City Chiefs. The football was part of the NFL's 50th Super Bowl anniver- sary in recognition of the hometown schools and communities of Super Bowl participants. The football is signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Allen Reynolds and will be on display at the high school. In addition to the football, Reynolds and his wife, Diane, made a $2,500 donation to the fitness center in order to assist football play- ers and other athletes. Their donation will be doubled as part of a matching grant program through the NFL.On hand to wel- come Reynolds were family members, members of the class of 1956, and Tarkio college classmates. Above: Sophomore Boston Lane drives through the evening in Winchester.The Chargers topped Horton, Photos by Bridget Weishaar lane in the first quarter against the Horton Chargers Friday 53-38 and picked up their 11th win of the season. Below:Allen Reynolds with the Jefferson County North football team. [ PUBLIC NOTICE ] (Published in The Oskaloosa Independent February 11, 2016)1t JEFFERSON COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT For the month ending January 31, 2016 County General ............................................... 2,689,689.90 Public Works ................................................... 2,797,041.49 Health ................................................................. 303,427.92 Employee Benefits .................................................... 212.06 Landfill Access - Read Maint ............................ 575,396.08 Ambulance ......................................................... 363,090.94 Appraiser's Cost ................................................. 207,642.22 Special Read And Bridge Machinery ................ 396,285.79 Abandoned Cemetery ............................................ 8,541.77 Spec Parks And Recreation ............................... 123,725.95 Spec Alcohol Program .......................................... 92,462.00 County Bond & Interest .................................... 327,502.39 Payroll Clearing ................................................... 44,029.87 Auto Administration ............................................ 29,109.09 Heritage Trust Fund ................................................. 507.69 Technology Register Of Deeds ............................ 59,994.15 Jefferson County Sheriff ....................................... 3,123.90 Read District #1 Special ........................................ 1,395.00 Special Law Enforcement Trust ....................... 208,854.91 Elevator Maintenance Fund ............................... 22,873.20 911 Emergency Communications .................... 131,956.67 Jefferson Co Equipment Reserve ................... 2,730,422.35 Law Enforcement .................... ........................ 1,399,324.66 Noxious Weed C. O. Equipment .......................... 12,532.33 Lake Patrol ........................................................... 39,049.69 Ambulance Capital Outlay .................................. 49,464.69 Jeff Co. H.DJHospice/H.H ................................... 19,632.71 D.A.R.E. Fund ............................................................. 52.91 Grants Jefferson County .......................................... 676.06 KDEM EMPG Grant ........................................... 17,096.77 Worthless Check Trust Fund ................................ 1,849.84 County Attorney Federal Forfeiture ........................ 221.34 Special Prosecutor's Trust ........................................ 240.08 Fairway Drive Improvement ................................. 2,463.32 Northwind Dist #3 Construction .......................... 3,054.32 Northwind DR RD Dist #3 Debt Service ............ 11,846.82 Northwind DR RD Dist #3 Cost Issuance ............... 873.50 MCM Sand Plant Read Agreement .................... 40,000.00 Jefferson Co Capital Improvement ................... 516,449.27 County Clerk Technolgy Fund .............................. 6,278.00 Treasurer Technolgy Fund .................................... 6,278.00 Current Tax ........................................................ 353,651.53 Motor Vehicle Pers Prop Tax ............................... 53,075.08 Treasurer's Holding ............................................... 7,178.28 Collection Agency ...................................................... 230.64 Prior Year Taxes .......................... . ................................. 2.97 Commercial Truck Fees ....................................... 13,444.64 Advance Tax ............................................................. : 123.98 Recreational Vehicle Tax .......................................... 495.15 County Property Sale .......................................... 86,453.28 Sealed Bids Fee ............................................................. 8.00 Norton Twp. Fire Dist. #12 .................................... 5,371.52 Norton Twp. Fire Dist. #12 No Fund Warrant ..... 4,639.94 Union Twp. Fire Dist. #9 ..................................... 15,623.19 Fowler Cemetery ....................................................... 683.64 Nortonville Cemetery ............................................ 1,716.47 Wildhorse Cemetery ................................................. 508.64 Grantville Drainage District ............................... 16,635.09 Hutchinson Ditch Drainage ..................................... 901.44 Kaw - Half Breed ................................................... 8,078.93 Delaware River Drainage ............. . ........................... 646.54 Delaware Watershed #10 .................................... 19,967.94 Motor Vehicle License Fee ..................................... 7,635.97 Motor Vehicle License Sales Tax ......................... 42,150.93 Long and Short ...................................................... 2,041.66 Fish and Game ............................................................ 53.00 Prosecutor Training Account ................................... 835.11 Overpayments ...................................................... 11,998.79 Lakeside Village Animal Control .......................... 6,461.58 Lakeside Village General ...................................... 5,713.63 Lakeside Village Spec Works .............................. 74,317.28 Lakeside Village Water Fees ............................... 29,324.61 Lakeside Village Equipment Fund ..................... 24,308.62 Lakeside Village Napoleon Boone Garden ........... 1,016.36 Lakeside Village Delq Water Fees ........................ 1,174.98 Lakeside Village Lagoon ....................................... 6,169.83 Indian Ridge Sewer #2 ........................................ 10,848.82 Hilldale Sewer #3 ................................................. 30,083.63 Lakeshore Estate Sewer #6 ................................... 7,813.78 Wind-N-Wave Sewer #8 ............................................... 6.11 Wind-N-Wave Sewer #8 Assessment .................. 21,314.99 Three Hills Sewer #10 ......................................... 25,511.92 Hilldale South Sewer #11 ................................... 17,215.99 Lakeshore Estates Imp. District Special ............ 38,678.06 Lakeshore Estates Imp. District General ............ 4,843.79 Reck Creek Village Read Maint ............................ 3,487.50 Lakeshore Estates Bond ...................................... 72,850.82 Hilldale South Sewer District ............................... 1,523.52 Westshore Estates Sewer#11 Bond ...................... 5,657.08 Westshore Estates Sewer #12 Maint .................. 60,887.33 Indian Ridge Land Purchase .............................. 23,402.07 FINAL TOTALS ....................................... $14,371,434.30 I, Mary F. Underwood, Treasurer of Jefferson County, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct statement of balances as of January 31, 2016 Chargers hammer Bulldogs Giant Communications picked up the tab and Jefferson County North High School two victories on the basketball court when the Chargers hosted the McLouth Bulldogs the evening of Feb. 2. In the first game, the girls' contest, JCNHS knocked off the Bulldogs by a score of 62-21. When the two teams headed for the locker room at halftime, the Chargers were on top 36-11. Annabelle Vaught led the home team in scoring with 20 points. Ra- ............ vyn Jobbins also finished in double figures, tallying 12 points. ~~ McLouth's top scorers were Ceara Funk and Dominique Tullis. Both Fi~DT~ ~_,~ girls had 6 points. JEFFERSON COUNTY NORTH (62) FG (3) FTM-FTA Submitted photo Oskaloosa High School's Ben Har- vey had his cake and ate it, too, last Thursday afternoon after signing a letter of intent to play football this fall at the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth. TP Julie Schrick 2 1 1-4 8 Carley Elias 3 1 9 Ella Weishaar 3 6 Jentry Seichepine 1 2-3 5 Annabelle Vaught 6 1 5-10 20 Ravyn Jobbins 6 12 CrystalFeldkamp 1 2 Harvey commits TOTALS 21 4 8-17 62 to the Spires McLOUTH (21) When the Spires of the University FG (3)FTM-FTA TP of Saint Mary in Leavenworth open Ceara Funk 3 6 the 2016 football season in early Sep- Haylee Weissenbacb2 4 tember, Oskaloosa High School's Ben Madison Pope 2 1-4 5 Harvey will be with them. Dominique Tullis 3 6 As his parents, many of his school- TOTALS 10 1-4 21 mates and others looked on with interest last Thursday afternoon, 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT FS Ben signed a letter of intent to play McLouth 9 2 2 8 21 football for Coach Jay Osborne's JCN 17 19 11 15 62 team this fall. He is one of22 players who make up USM's 2016 recruiting The Chargers completed the sweep class. by prevailing over McLouth 71-21 in Ben was joined at the table where the boys' game. The score was 39-10 he made the commitment to play for midway through the contest, the Spires by his parents, Sam and Bryce Nell paced JCNHS's offense Carrie Harvey of rural Oskaloosa, with 24 points and was backed up by OHS head coach Scott Whaley and Nick Funk's 13 points and Braden USM offensive line coach Logan Schneider's 8. Gritz. For the Bulldogs, Jeremy Carlton while playing for the Bears, Ben led the way with 9 points, was both a linebacker and a running back and lettered his sophomore, JEFFERSON COUNTY NORTH (71) junior and senior years. The past two FG (3) FTM-FTA TPseasons, he earnedAll-League honors Spencer Hubbard 1 3 (the Northeast Kansas League) as a Nick Funk 2 3 13 lineman. Cole Bryant 4 8 OHS's honor roll has included Ben 8rysen Weishaar 2 4 each of the past four years. Bryce Nell 3 6 24 Ben plans to major in criminology Avery Noll 3-4 3 at USM. The private Catholic school Braden Schneider 4 8 is a member of the Kansas Collegiate Joel Abel I I -I 3 Athletic Conference. Elijah Meyer 1 1-2 3 The signing ceremony took place Jake Bdckell 1 2 in the commons at Oskaloosa Junior- TOTALS 18 10 5-7 71 Senior High School. Afterward, cake McLOUTH (21) ' i ...... was served to those present. Brody Troupe1 Jonah Willits 1 2 Jack Amett 1 2 Jeremy Carlton 3 9 Josh Welsh 2 6 TOTALS 3 5 21 FG (3) FTM-FTA TP 2 Signswith Sooners 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT FS McLouth 4 6 9 2 21 JCN 19 20 20 12 71 On what was advertised in ad- vance as "One Giant Night," Holton- based Giant Communications cov- ered the admission to the games for all fans. Lawrence High School's Amani "Moose" Bledsoe, who played football at Oskaloosa Junior High School when he was in the eighth grade, made it official Feb. 3 when he signed a letter of intent to play football for the University of Oklahoma, home of the Sooners, this fall. A highly-recruited defensive end, Amani helped lead the Chesty Lions to a 10-1 record this past fall. He was named the Sunflower League's Most Valuable Player and was the Lawrence Journal-World's Player of the Year. Amani is the son of Elaine Can- nefax, who is employed by Ozawkie- based Keystone Learning Services as a social worker. Oskie girls fall to Dragons Oskaloosa senior Haidyn Bassett is surrounded by Dragon defenders in the Bears' contest Friday night in Valley Falls.The Oskaloosa girls lost the contest, 59-20. ! i:i :: 9ubu)ribe at Jeff ewcoom Photos by Bradley Roudybush Bears fall to Dragons Bears Justin Cross and Shane Adams go up to block a shot Friday night st Valley Falls in their matchup with the Dragons. Oskaloosa lost the contest, 63-43. With Morton's Energy Performer Insulation Package Discover the distinct advantage of a Morton building. Call today for information and to get started on your building project. 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