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LCS Cheer Team

This year went by fast for the Lewiston Cheer/Dance Team as they competed for the first time in over 8 years at the Nebraska State Cheer & Dance Competition. The cheer team at Lewiston worked around the clock to not only bring school spirit back to the hallways in LHS but also worked on cheers and chants all in the midst of their busy schedule. “It felt like a dream come true!” said captain Payton Bledsaw. She mentioned how much they improved over the season and was so thrilled to see this team succeed. All three seniors, Reesa Wilcox, Morgan Aquilano, Payton Bledsaw, all explained that they are very excited for the future of the Lewiston Cheer and Dance Squad. The team placed seventh in the Class D Poms Dance Division. Left to Right Bottom Row - Reesa Wilcox, Captain Payton Bledsaw, Captain Morgan Aquilano... Left to Right Top Row - Kelsay Bledsaw, Savannah Anderson, Case Carel, Masyn Arena. Not pictured - Coach Whitney Antons and Coach Amy Little.

 

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28
Feb
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Pool tournament winners

Mark Sunneberg, Jr., right, won the pool tournament at the Blazin’ Bull recently. He is pictured with Josh Hemmer, who was second.

 

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28
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P.C. Indians bow out of D1-1 subs to NCL

Basketball

JOHNSON - The Pawnee City Indians were the #3 seed when they faced the #2 seeded Nebraska City Lourdes Central Catholic Knights on Tuesday, February 19th in the Class D1-1 subdistricts. Unfortunately, the Indians came up short by a 45-57 score, thus ending their season. TJ Mawhiney led the Indians

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28
Feb
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PCHS, HTRS coop football

At its regular monthly meeting on February 14, 2019, the Pawnee City School Board unanimously voted to authorize school administrators to petition to the NSAA Board of Control for approval for Pawnee City High School to co-op High School football with HTRS for the 2019 season to play as one co-oped 8-man team. The following night, at their regular February meeting, the HTRS School Board passed a similar motion.

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Feb
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P.C. falls to eventual champion J-B in D1-2

Basketball

WYMORE - The Pawnee City Lady Indians were the #4 seed heading into the Class D1-2 Subdistricts at Wymore Southern last week.

The Lady Indians faced the #1 seeded and eventual champion Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles in the first round on Tuesday, February 12th and lost by a 24-40 count.

P.C. only trailed 5-6 after the 1st period and were down 11-19 at the half. The third quarter hurt the Lady Indians as J-B outscored them 16-9 in that period and then edged them 5-4 in the final quarter.

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21
Feb
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HTRS/P.C.'S

HTRS/P.C.’s Wyatt Schmit tries to break free from the grasp of his opponent at the Class C State Wrestling Tournament in Omaha over the weekend.

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Thu
14
Feb
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Early miscues hinder HTRS Titans

HUMBOLDT - Turnovers and missed opportunities early in the game hampered the Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Titans in their Parent's Night game against Johnson-Brock on Friday night, February 8th.

The Titans had a lot of missed shots and turnovers to open the game which allowed J-B to build a substantial lead en route to their 65-32 victory over HTRS.

J-B opened the game with a steal and layup before Hunter Hain drove the paint for two points. HTRS missed shots and a layup in the next few minutes while the Eagles extended their lead to 12-2.

 

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Feb
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Schmit qualifies for State Wrestling Meet

AQUINAS - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer/Pawnee City wrestling team traveled to the Class C District 3 Tournament on Friday and Saturday, February 8th and 9th and placed 11th in team scoring with 46 points, but more importantly, qualified one wrestler for the State Meet this week.

Wyatt Schmit, a senior for HTRS/P.C. qualified in the 120 lb. division by claiming the silver medal.

The State Wrestling Meet will be held Thursday-Saturday, February 14th-16th at the CHI Health Center in Omaha. See nsaahome.org for bracket information and pairings.

 

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Thu
07
Feb
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Low shot percentage hurts HTRS girls

HUMBOLDT - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans faced the #1 seeded Sterling Lady Jets on Tuesday, January 29th in their second game of the Pioneer Conference Tournament.

The Lady Titans had a lower than normal shot percentage from the field as they only connected on 11/42 total shots in the game and lost by a 34-65 score.

Sterling jumped out on the Lady Titans 16-4 in the first period and improved that lead to 28-11 by the half. The Lady Jets outscored HTRS 22-14 in the 3rd period and 15-9 in the final quarter for the win to advance to the Conference semifinals.

Matilyn Stalder led all scorers with 13 points and had 6 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 assist while Jennabella Vasco scored 6 points with 4 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 assists. Katilyn Glathar pitched in 5 points with 8 rebounds and Natalie Novak had 5 points with one trey, 4 rebounds, 4 steals and 1 assist.

 

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Feb
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Lady Indians’ hard work almost pays off against Tri-County

HUMBOLDT - The Pawnee City Lady Indians faced the #7 seeded Tri-County Lady Trojans in the consolation bracket of the Pioneer Conference Tournament on Friday, February 1st and almost came away with a victory.

P.C. led 10-6 after the 1st period and were ahead 20-17 at the half. Tri-County went on a big 15-5 run in the 3rd period before P.C. outscored them 15-13 in the final quarter and came up short, 40-45.

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