It’s hard to imagine a more fitting place for Kalynn Meyer to live than Superior. Meyer led her Class C-2 volleyball and basketball teams to their first state titles before securing two all-class gold medals at the state track meet. For her superior performance, Meyer is honored as the Nebraska high school girls athlete of the year. 

The Sutton Mustangs, behind first-place medalist Tristan Sheridan with a 39, won the Fillmore Central triangular with a team score of 171, 23 strokes better than the host Panthers. The Panthers' 194 team score was 10 strokes better than Superior. Leading the Panthers with a pair of 45s were Kyle Bailey and Matt Loseke, while Tanner Ourada shot a 51 and Thomas Norvell and Trevor Swartz posted a 53 each.

The state rated Superior Wildcats slipped past the Heartland Huskies Thursday night 3-1 in Southern Nebraska Conference regular season volleyball.

An 8:30 a.m. opening match produced the Fillmore Central Panthers’ only win at the Adams Central Invite on Saturday. FC defeated the Doniphan-Trumbull Cardinals in three sets 25-19, 19-25, 25-20.