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Page 2 Superior Police Report According to state law. there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the depart- ment and booked into jail, or the ar- resting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed in- nocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damage amounts are estimates. Items are given to The Superior Sun by the Superior Police Department and reflect information available at the time the report is compiled. Feb. 24 A possible fight was reported in the 800 block of Wilhoyt Street. Feb. 25 An assault was reported in the 700 block of Kiser Street. Feb, 26 Possible theft was reported in the zero block of Western Avenue. Feb. 26 A report concerning assault was made at the police station. Feb. 26 Terry Weaver. 32 of Mesa was arrested on a warrant out of Superior. Feb. 27 Shots were reportedly fired in the Sunset Drive area. Feb. 27 Theft was reported in the 800 block of Western Avenue. Mar. 2 A report regarding theft was made at the police station. Mar. 2 Theft was reported in the 800 block of U.S. 60. Mar. 2 A report concerning a pos- sible assault was made at the police station. Calls not listed include an agency asslsl (I 00 block Arnett Drive), agency assist (U.S. 60 near Mile Post 222), alarm (100 block Mary rive, false alarm), animal' noise (zero block Gorham Street), animal problem (400 block Picket Post Drive), animal p%b- lem (600 block Sonora Street), animal problem (Transfer Station Road area), animal problem (zero block Mitchell Drive), animal problem (zero block San Pedro Street), citizen assist (800 block Belmont Avenue), citizen assist (report made at police station), dis- turbance 11000 block Stone Avenue) and disturbance (800 block Western Avenue). Also not lisied are calls relating to information (report made at police station), information (report made at police station), information (report made), information (report made), information (report made at police stationh information (report made at police station), juvenile problem t 100 block South Avenue), medical (300 block Mary Drive), medical (400 block Hill Street), music too loud (700 block Kiser Street), property damage accident (animal problem reported. Stone and Gibbs Street), suspicious (subject, 1000 block Stone Avenue), suspicious (subject Sunset and Belmont Avenue area), suspicious (vehicle, Spray Street area), suspicious (subject Stansberry and Porphyry Street area) andsuspicious (activity, 800 block Western Avenue). More calls not listed include unwant- ed person (100 block Pinal Avenue). victim rights (notification), welfare check I100 block Lime Street), welfare check (1000 block Stone Car insurance with PERSONAL SERVICE. No extra charge. At State Farm you get a competitive rate and an agent dedicated to helping you get the coverage that's right for you and the diounts you de.rye. Nobody takes care of you like State Farm. Contact me. I'll prove it. Tim Byke 5331 S. Superstition Mtn. Dr., Suite C101 Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 Bus: 1-800-729-3805 timbyke@timbyke.net LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR, STATE FARM IS THERE." Providi@ Ihsfirance and Financial Services SUPERIOR HARVEST CHURCH Hill St and Stone Ave Sunday Morning Service: t0 a.m-noon Wednesday Bible Study: 5 to 6:30 p.m. Victory in Jesus Pastor Albert M Rodriguez 689-9255 THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF SUPERIOR 100 Magma Avenue Superior, AZ 85273 Pastor Jeanne Evenson Worship Service Sunday: 10 a,m. Coffee & Fellowship immediately following w0hip Youth Group f0r 7th-l grade Sunday Afternoon Our church is open for prayer the 2  Wednesday of every month 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. Anonymous prayer box located at the Save Money Market. We will pray for you! Phone: 689-2631 (520) 421-2455 www.h fc-az. COlTl Family Life Christian .Center 56 Kellner Ave Schedule of Services Saturday Worship 6 p.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Everyone is Welcome Pastor Dennis & Sandy VanGorp, (520) 689.9772 Office 689-2202 Assembly of God SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH 11 Church Avenue MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday, 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 and 11 a.m. Monday- Friday 9 am. Confession: Saturday 4-4:40 p.m or upon request Rectory and Parish Office, 689-2250 Rev. Mark Long SUPERIOR FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 921 Belmont Street PASTOR JOE PALMER 689-5751 Please leave a message WHERE EVERYBODY IS SOMEBODY AND CHRIST IS EVERYTHING! Sunday Morning Worship Service 9:00am Sunday School 10:15am Sunday Evening Worship Service 6:00pm Thursday Evening Study and Prayer 6:00pm The Potters House of Superior we are located at 501 Lobb Ave. (the old medical clinic) (928) 812.2499 Sch0dule of Services Thursday's 7:00 pm Pastor Richard Kidd Everyone is welcome Nursery Provided New Life Church New Life Fellowship Inc. 955 VII.. Main Street (520) 827.9116 Sunday Morning Service: 10 am Sunday Youth Group (ages 5-12):4 pm Mon. Women's Study: 7 pm Thurs. Bible Study: 7 pm Friday Youth Group (ages 13-18):6 pm Friday Movie Night: 7 pm Pastor Mel Korb Everyone welcome Non-denominational We are a grace based Evangelical Church. Su perior Sun, Superior, Arizona Avenue), welfare check (900 block Contreras Street), welfare check (800 block Spray Street), 911 hang-up (zero block Sunset Drive. false alarm), 911 hang-up (two calls listed. 600 block Santa Rita Street, false alarm), 911 hang-up (800 block Wilhoyt Street), 911 hang-up (two calls, 1000 block Western Avenue false alarm). 911 hang-up (200 block Kellner Avenue, Wednesday, March 10 2010 false alarm). 911 hang-up (1000 block Western Avenue. false alarm) and 91t hang-up 100 block Carney Street. false alarml. Citizens are reminded to call Silent Witness at 1-800-358-INFO. Crime Stop at 689-5611 or the Information Tip Line at 520-827-0065 if they have information that may help the police department in solving a creme. 'Rough start' tospring season signals high determination as Panthers show 'awesome' potential for future By Twila Hernandez On Feb. 27, both boys' and girls' teams from Superior High School started off the season with a scrim- mage against San Manuel. In the boys' game, they had already got RBI's in the first four innings. Martin Granille started the pitching that game and Manuel Ortega and Chris Grap followed along. Christine Grap was the starter pitcher for the girls' game and did an outstanding job before the ball was hit in a line drive toward her, injuring her pitching arm, causing Janae Perez to pitch the rest of the game. The score was not kept because the game was mainly for practice and to get ready for the season. However, both players displayed a lot of potential. The girls' and boys' teams faced the Kearny Bearcats on March 2. Although it was not a conference game. both teams went out strong. Being the last game the seniors would play against Kearny, they were a little sad. but it made them even more determined. The girls were winning 2-0 in the first inning, bul then Kearny caught up fast. The little errors caused the girls to get down on themselves and lose that game. Accorffing to Coach Preciado, they were garpes that the team learned from and they plan to work on their mistakes. Considering that the girls have a "young team,'? they Will have to work even harder to catch the younger girls up to their level. "It was a rough start to our season" said Dominique Castillo, "but we will get more used to each other and build stronger trusts." As the conference games start this week. the team is hoping for a brighter future. "I think if we fix all our little errors," said Ja- nae Perez, "we will be AWESOME!" The boys were also unsuccess- ful against Kearny. The game was close between the Bearcats and the Panthers. In the third inning, Granillo and Ortega got back to back hits, but Superior could not capitalize and stranded runners on third and second base. Alan Fox started offthe sixth inning with a deep shot to right- center field and got a double. Gabe Serrano. then. went up to bat, getting a hit to score in Fox and sacrificing himself at second base. The final score was 1-5. The boys also participated in the Florence tournament on March 3-6. Overall it was.a good tournament. The boys started off against Florence giving them a good game. Granillo and Ortega both threw good innings. Because of some unearned runs. it cost the Panthers the game, bringing the final score 1-4. The next day, the boys played Em- pire. Fox started that game off strong, but got into trouble towards the third, giwng a couple home runs. When it came time for the Panthers to bat. they started late but it ended up being too late. The final score was 8-16 On Friday, Ortega started off the pitching against Coolidge, and Granfllo reheved him later on, fimsh- ing the game It was a good game, but some of errors cost them a couple of runs. ultimately costing them the game. Then on Saturday, the boys played Hayden, going back and forth the whole game. The boys were hitting the ball a lot better and getting ran- nets on base. A close play at the plate ended the game for the Panthers, with the final score of 4-6, Hayden. Granillo was announced All Tourney. The boys gained a lot of experience playing bigger schools and showed plenty of heart. The next game will be on Friday, March 12 against Veri- tas Prep, so go on out there. Superior. and support your Panthers! Starter... Andrea Betancourt, starting pitcher for the Superior Panthers, pitches at the  recent Kearny game. Twila Hernandez phdto) LearnCompeteSportsmanshipSuccess' motivation motto for junior high softball program The team ... From left to right, the Superior Junior High Softball team includes (sitting) Amber Hernandez and Kiara Romero; (kneeling) Ashley Barreras, Brianna Denogean, danessa Perez, Shelby Lopez-and Hunter Flanagan;, (standing) Coaches Richard and Rosie Tamer-en,4eneca Hernandez; Alysia Fuentes, Cierra Navarrette, Ariel Alonzo, Lindsay Duarte and Coach Joe Tameron. Not pictured are Mariza Padilla, Maria Barreras, Kiyoko Alonzo and Ariel Bueno. (Submittedphoto) The Superior Junior High softball season got underway March 3 with the team's first game taking place in Superior against the Globe Tigers. The team, consisting of 14 players and two managers, is very excited and ready to play! Included are Ariel Alonzo, Kiyoko Alonzo, Maria Barreras. Brianna Denogean, Lindsay Duarte, Hunter Flanagan, Alysia Fuentes, Amber Hemandez. Jeneca Hemandez, Shelby Lopez. Cierra Navarrette, Mariza Padilla. Janessa Perez, Kiara Romero, Ash- ley Barreras (manager) and Ariel Bueno (manager). Coaching their 14 th ye for the junior high girls' sports are Rich- / Hospice Family Care Inc. [Hosp.e Providing In-Home  surrounding communities. We "re in your community, let us be a part of your family. No out of pocket expense to the patient or the family for medications, equipment, supplies or services related to the terminal diagnosis. - |  il': - --- I: -" .HOSPICEFAMILY.CAJtJEWILL II HELP SOMEONE YOU LOVE MAKE II THE MOST OF TODAY! II The Superior Sun USPS 529-320 JamesCarnes .... . ................................ Advertising Manager Michael Carnes ...................................... General Manager Jennifer Carnes ............................................ Managing Editor Cindy Tracy ............................................................ Editor Daryl Mallett ................................................. Reporter Lana Jones ................................................ Reporter John Hernandez ........................................ Reporter Email: jenniferc@copperarea.com; cindyt@copperarea.com; cbn@copperarea.com; michaelc@copperarea.com; billing@copperarea.com www.copperarea.com Published each Wednesday in Superior, Arizona by Copper Are News Publishers. Subscription rates in advance: $35.50 per year or $31.50 for 6 months in Pinal County; $40.50 per year or $36.50 for 6 months elsewhere in the U.S. Change of address should be sent to the publishers at P.O. Box 579. Kearny, AZ 85237. Member: Arizona Newspaper Association, National Newspaper Association. Second class postage is paid at Superior, Arizona. Postmaster: Address changes to The Superior Sun, P.O. Box 579, Kearny, AZ 85237. Telephone (520) 363-5554 or (520) 689-2436 Fax (520) 363-9663 "There are numerous countries in the world where the pofiticians have seized L, absolote power and muzzled the press. There is no country in the world where DEFINING SUSTRINRBLE the press has seized absolute power PRINTING and muzzled the politicians" David Brinkley ard, Rosie and Joe Tameron. Their motto is "Learn/Compete/Sports- manship/Success. Games are scheduled for Wednes- days at 4 p.m. Future games are versus San Carlos at San Carlos on March 17. versus Miami at Su- perior on March 24, versus Globe at Globe on March 31. versus San Carlos at Superior on April 7 and versus Miami at Miami on April 14. Playoffs are scheduled for April 21 and the championsfiip tourna- ment will be on Saturday, April 24 in Hayden, time to be announced. The girls and the coaches want to express their gratitude to everyone who continues to attend and sup- port them through their season. Pinal CountySherifrs Report The Pinal County Sheriff's Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. March 3 Theft of copper wire was reported in the area of North Peccary Road, Queen Valley. March 1 Burglary was reported in the 51000 block of North Cerro Road, Superior. Taken was $2.000 worth of copper wire. March 1 Criminal damage was reported in the area of East Hewitt Station Road. Superior. The nature and extent of the damage was not given. View our new videos at www, c0pperarea,c0m AUCTION Sale of Lease Hold Improvements on Arizona State Land and Southern Pacific Railroad Land March 19, 2010 - 9:00am - Friday (Exit 211 off of 1-10, north on Hwy 87 to Milligan Rd., east of on Milligan Rd. 3 miles to Wheeler Rd.) #1. Lease No. 01-OO30 - approximately 63,.71 acres (Picacho) located east of Hwy 87, north of Milligan Rd. on Wheeler Rd. $50,000.00 non-refundable "earnest money" deposit, balance due April 5, 2010. #2. Lease No. 01-100210 - approximately 322.770 acres (Picacho) located east of Hwy 871 south of Milligan Rd. $25,000.00 non-refundable "earnest money" deposit, balance due April 5,2010. #3. Lease No. 01-110250 - approximately 160 acres located north of I-8 at Exit 87 (Sentinal) $15,000.00 non-refundable "earnest money" deposit, balance due April 5i 2010. #4. Railroad lease 4.48 acres - metal buildings and produce packing equipment located at Picecho, Arizona Successful bidder will be responsible for 2010 lease payments to the State of Arizona For further details contact Matthew Hartley at 602-424-7005 or cell 602-769-0999. 00:alling all health To be included in the weekly zhurch listings call the Superior Sun a 520-363-5554. Help your community during Register to Across the state, volunteers have dedicited time and :gy towards improving the health of fellow Arizonans during e H1N1 pandemic. 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