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Thu
12
Sep
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HTRS wears down Meridian in 2nd half

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HUMBOLDT - The victory bell rang loud and clear once again at Power Field on Friday night, September 6th as the Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Titans held off a fiesty Meridian Mustang football squad for a 28-16 win in their home opener.

Scoring was tight in the early quarters of the game with HTRS facing a very experienced Mustang team. Eight of Meridian’s eighteen players were seniors and they proved to be a handful for HTRS.

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12
Sep
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Lady Titans take 2nd at W.W.Tourney

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HUMBOLDT, WEEPING WATER - The HTRS Lady Titans went 7-1 in their games last week as they hosted Meridian on Friday and then played in the Weeping Water Tournament on Saturday to play eight matches in the span of five days.

HTRS vs. Meridian

On Friday night, September 6th, the Lady Titans hosted Meridian before the boys’ football game.

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12
Sep
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Lytle medals for P.C. Cross Country team

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TECUMSEH - The Pawnee City Cross Country team competed at the Johnson County Central Invitational on Friday, September 6th.

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Thu
12
Sep
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HTRS Lady Titans outlast JCC in three sets at host triangular

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HUMBOLDT - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans continued their winning ways on Thursday night, September 5th with a sweep of their host triangular against Falls City and Johnson County Central.

HTRS vs. Falls City

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Thu
05
Sep
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Pawnee City girls sweep Lewiston triangular

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LEWISTON - The Lewiston and Pawnee City volleyball teams opened their 2019 season on Thursday night, August 29th at the Lewiston triangular against Friend. The Pawnee City Lady Indians swept the triangular with wins over both Friend and Lewiston, while the Lewiston Lady Tigers split games with a win over Friend and a loss to Pawnee City.

The Lewiston Lady Tigers knocked off the Friend Lady Bullogs in the first game with set scores of 14-25, 25-20, 25-21.

The Pawnee City Lady Indians dispatched Friend in the 2nd game in straight sets, 25-11, 25-17.

Lewiston vs. Pawnee City

 

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Thu
05
Sep
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Injuries hamper Lewiston’s already small bench

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LEWISTON - Early turnovers and injuries hampered the Lewiston Tigers in their six-man season opening game against Silver Lake on Friday, August 30th.

The Tigers already had a small bench to start with, but after injuries to two starters in the first half, Lewiston had to finish the game with only 7 players. The Tigers had their chances to score early in the game, but a red zone fumble prevented them from getting on the scoreboard. Meanwhile, Silver Lake took a 12-0 lead in the first quarter.

Lewiston’s Mathew Barker hooked up with Levi Meybrunn for a big gain in the 2nd quarter, but the Tigers were stifled on their next four downs and gave the ball back to Silver Lake at the 26 yd. line.

Seven plays later the Mustangs hit paydirt after a fumbled snap resulted in a 2 yd. touchdown pass. They tacked on the extra point with 1:26 left to go up 19-0.

 

Thu
05
Sep
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HTRS Titans capitalize on Pawnee City miscues in season opener

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PAWNEE CITY - Friday night’s season opener between the Pawnee City Indians and the Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Titans ended up being a true “tale of two teams”. The ball didn’t seem to bounce in Pawnee City’s favor all night, while HTRS’ players always seemed to be in the right place at the right time. The Titans capitalized on P.C.’s early miscues and won the game by a 64-12 score.

Pawnee City Head Coach Scott Brumbaugh commented, “Early in the game we made some mistakes that set us back and made it hard to recover. However, there were some good things that our young kids did. Hopefully it is something we will be able to build from and continue to improve on in the next couple weeks out.”

HTRS got on the board right away in the game as they mounted a six-play, 58 yard drive which ended in a 25 yard pitch play to Jayden McNealy for the touchdown. The PAT run was stopped short, but the Titans went up 6-0 with 10:12 showing.

 

Thu
29
Aug
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Lewiston Volleyball

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Head Coach

Jared Knapp

Assistant Coach

Whitney Antons

Last Year's Record: 1-24

Coach Knapp’s season outlook: “Our strengths this year are that we have athletic ability and return letterwinners Dana Christen, Shaylyn Salts, Masyn Arena and Becca deKoning. Our weaknesses are probably our youth and inexperience. Dana is our player with the most experience, but we also have other players who will make an impact including Katelyn Sanders who will handle our setting duties and Meagan Sanders who is our best hitter. Our main goals this season are to beat opponents with similar records and to be competitive against upper level Conference teams. The Pioneer Conference is a tough conference so every opponent is tough. Our biggest rivals are always Sterling and our county rival Pawnee City.”

 

Thu
29
Aug
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Pawnee City Football

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Head Coach

Scott Brumbaugh

Assistant Coaches

Shane Maloley

Spencer Zvacek

Last Year's Record: 0-8

Coach Brumbaugh’s season outlook: “With many players not going out this year that have previously gone out will make it very difficult to win this season. However, if we can get some early and decent play out of our QB position, we have a couple of games we might be able to steal wins from. Our biggest goal this season will be to improve each game and improve as players. Our schedule will be very tough for us this season as it was last season with us not winning any games. Every area is an area that we need to improve. We only really have one player on offense and one on defense that played a considerable amount last season. This might mean many mistakes early in the season. Again, our goal will be to focus on what we can control and improve each night out.”

 

Thu
18
Jul
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What about diseases in corn?

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With the wet spring we have experienced and the high humidities in recent days, it is important to check cornfields for potential disease outbreaks. Scouting fields for diseases is an important IPM tool to use to determine if and when a fungicide should be applied. It is important to keep updated on “CropWatch” at http://cropwatch.unl.edu/ to see what diseases or insect pests are moving into Nebraska. Tamra Jackson-Ziems, UNL Extension Plant Pathologist does an excellent job of keeping on top of the corn diseases as they develop around the state. Corn diseases may be developing in the near future, but there will still be time to treat the diseases if warranted. Positive identification of the disease is important, i.e Goss’s wilt, Southern corn leaf rust and Gray Leaf Spot in corn.

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