Sports

Wed
07
Dec

Lady Indians can't get past Griffins

PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Lady Indians had their work cut out for them in their home opener against a very talented Diller/Odell Lady Griffin team on Thursday, December 1st. P.C. was only down 7-11 after the 1st period and cut it back to a 19-22 game at the half. They outscored Diller/Odell 11-6 in the 3rd quarter to take a slight 30-28 lead heading into the final period.

 
Wed
07
Dec

Pawnee City wins home opener against Diller/Odell Griffins

PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Indians started their season off the right way as they defeated the visiting Diller/Odell Griffins in their home opener on Thursday, December 1st. Pawnee City was only down 7-9 after the first quarter and trailed 19- 23 at the halftime break. The Indians stormed out of the locker room in the 3rd quarter outscoring Diller/ Odell by a huge 18-2 margin. They went on to win the game by a 45-37 count as they held off the Griffins in the fourth quarter.
 
Wed
30
Nov

Pawnee City Lady Indians Basketball

Last Year's Record: 11-13 Coach Niss’ season outlook: “Experience will be a big part of being able to do what we would like to this season. This group really started to click in the second half of last season so we hope to grow from that. As the season progresses and we’re able to get some minutes for our younger players, I expect bench depth to become a strength as well. We have eight returning letterwinners in seniors, Mariah Willey, Olivia Farwell, Sabre Menninga, Lydia Gyhra and Grace Parks along with juniors, Miranda Branek and Natalie Blecha and Sophomore Eve Beethe. Mariah and Olivia will likely be the most impactful because of their ability to create offense. They’re also our best two rebounders. However, our opponents know this, as well, so in many games it will likely come down to whether Lydia, Sabre, Miranda and Grace can create offense from their roles.

 

Wed
30
Nov

Pawnee City Indians Basketball

Last Season’s Record: 13-12 Coach Colvin’s season outlook: “We are in the process of indentifying our strengths as a team right now. We do have some decent size/length on the roster so we hope to be able to be strong attacking the paint. Depth, experience and perimeter play are areas of concern for us. Nathan Jacobs, (Senior) and Andrew Davis (Junior) are our returning letterwinners who played significant varsity minutes last year. We’re excited to get Kellen Habegger (Senior) and Kaisonn Koester (Junior) back who would have lettered had they not been injured. All four of these boys will be asked to do a lot and need to have a big year for us to be successful. They need to be great leaders for the younger guys and we will need some young guys to step up.

 

Wed
09
Nov

Lewiston Lady Tigers defeat Parkview, fall to #1 Exeter-Milligan in D2-1 subdistrict

ADAMS - The Lewiston Lady Tigers traveled to Adams for the Class D2-1 subdistricts on Monday night, October 31st and played in two games against Parkview Christian and Exeter-Milligan.
Lewiston vs. Parkview
The #4 seeded Lady Tigers faced the #5 seeded Parkivew Christian Lady Patriots in the early game to determine who would take on #1 seeded Exeter-Milligan in the semifinal game later that night.

 

Wed
09
Nov

Pawnee City Lady Indians finish 2016 season with even 15-15 record

AUBURN - The Pawnee City Lady Indians went into the Class D1-1 subdistricts as the #3 seed and went up against the #2 seeded Nebraska City Lourdes Central Catholic Lady Knights right away on Monday, October 31st. Lourdes CC won the first set 25- 19, but Pawnee City rallied back to win the next two sets, 25-17, 25-10. The third set was also close, but NCL won 25-23 and then pulled out a 16-14 nail-biter over the Lady Indians in the 5th set.

 

Wed
02
Nov

Pawnee City wins both triangular games on Senior Night

PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Lady Indians hosted their final triangular on Monday, October 24th and also held "Senior Night" against Friend and Lewiston and won both games. Pawnee City vs. Friend The Lady Indians faced Friend in the first game of the night and came away with a thrilling 25-17, 16-25, 25-23 victory over the Lady Bulldogs. Ann Cline went 12/14 in serving with 1 ace and had 12/13 passes on serve receive and 2 digs. Cassie Martin went 8/10 in attacks with 1 ace and had 7/9 attacks with 2 kills, 8/8 passes on serve receive, 3 digs and 1 block. Lydia Gyhra was 8/10 in serving with 1 ace and had 8/10 attacks with 1 kill and 8/8 passes on serve receive with 7 digs.
 
 
 
Wed
02
Nov

Kuhlmann sets World and American records in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - Peru State College student Bailey Kuhlmann set four world records for women aged 18-19 in the 105-pound weight class. The world records also qualified as American records and were recorded at the American Amateur Union World Weightlifting/Powerlifting National Championship. Kuhlmann’s records include: American and World Record for Squat – 85 kilograms (187 pounds); American and World Record for Bench Press – 58.5 kilograms (129 pounds); American and World Record for Deadlift – 120 kilograms (264.5 pounds); American and World Record for Total Meet – 263.5 kilograms (581 pounds).
 
 
Wed
26
Oct

Lady Titans drop two at Pioneer

JOHNSON, FALLS CITY - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans entered the Pioneer Conference Tournament as the #5 seed, but went up against two of the top six seeded teams.
 
HTRS vs. Friend
 
The Lady Titans faced the #4 seeded Friend Lady Bulldogs on Monday night, October 17th and lost in two sets, 15-25, 17-25. 
 
Wed
26
Oct

Pawnee City Lady Indians go 1-2 at Pioneer Conference

FALLS CITY - The Pawnee City Lady Indians went 1-2 at the Pioneer Conference Tournament last week against some strong opponents.
 
Pawnee City vs. Sterling
 
The #7 seeded Lady Indians took on the Sterling Lady Jets in early play on Monday, October 17th.
 

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