Listed below is the 24-hour rainfall in inches as of 7 a.m. Monday in area communities.


Ainsworth 4.37 Gerry Osborn

Albion 0.22 Airport

Atkinson 2.40 Harold Frickel

Bancroft 1.77 Dennis Zavadil

Battle Creek 0.26 Mike Fleer

Beemer 0.75 Jake Ott

Belden 1.35 Cathy Huetig

Coleridge 1.26 Elroy Hefner

Creighton 2.25 Norman Doerr

Hadar, 1.25 miles north 1.00 John Carman

Howells 0.30 Pat Jakubowksi

Laurel 1.35 Verneal Gade

Leigh, 3½ miles north 0.40 Mike Kabes

Neligh 0.38 Richard Sanne

Norfolk, airport trace National Weather Service

Norfolk, north central 0.23 Walter Haase

Norfolk, Woodland Park 0.18 Jim Bahm

O’Neill 2.23 Airport

Pierce 1.12 Gary Zimmer

Randolph 1.20 Gail Bazata

Tilden 0.87 Duane Warneke

Valentine 1.10 Airport

Wayne 1.03 Airport

In other news

For everything that the relatively young Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur athletic co-op had accomplished — a state championship last season in boys basketball, for example — one thing the Wolverines had not yet owned was what coach Dan Maresh viewed as a signature football win.

Some teams have a stable of running backs.

Battle Creek has that, but the Braves also have a stable of linemen, and that combination propelled 3-1 Battle Creek — Class C2’s 10th-ranked team — to a decisive 30-0 win over Class C1 O’Neill (now 1-3).