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03
Oct
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HTRS Lady Titans trek to Fairbury; JCC for tournament

FAIRBURY, TECUMSEH - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans played four games last week as they played at Fairbury and then three games at the JCC Invitational over the weekend. HTRS vs. Fairbury The Lady Titans traveled to Fairbury on Tuesday, September 25th, but lost to their hosts in four sets, 25-16, 17-25, 17-25, 15-25. Lauren Nanninga had 9 kills, 1 ace block, 1 ace serve, and 6 digs while Katilyn Glathar had 8 kills, 2 ace blocks, 2 ace serves and 8 digs. Carissa Allen had 6 kills, 1 ace serve and 6 digs; Natalie Novak had 2 kills, 1 ace serve, 16 digs and 23 set assists and Peyton Schaardt had 1 kill, 1 ace serve, 3 digs and 3 set assists. Betty Worthey had 1 ace serve and 5 digs; Ellie Schaardt had 7 digs and Bella Vasco had 6 digs.

 

 

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Wed
03
Oct
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P.C. defense can't corral Mustangs

PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Indians hosted the Meridian Mustangs on a cool and damp night for Homecoming on Friday, September 28th. While the Indians had spurts of good offense, they trailed 8-20 after the first period and 20-50 at the halftime break. They were outscored 14-6 in the second half as they lost by a 26-64 score. "Overall, it was a disappointing night for Homecoming," said Head Coach Scott Brumbaugh. "The offense moved the ball and scored, but didn't complete a couple of important drives. The offense did a pretyy good job, however the defense just couldn't come up with a stop. Giving up big plays on 3rd down was our downfall. I thought TJ Mawhiney had a nice night throwing the ball again plus Mason Lierz had a nice night of running the ball to help take some of the pressure off of the passing game."

 

Wed
03
Oct
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Pawnee City hosts "Volley for Autism"

PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Lady Indians hosted Johnson County Central on Thursday night, September 27th in "Volley For Autism" night and also Senior Night. The Lady Indians had a tough time setting up their offense against the hard-hitting and serving Lady Thunderbirds and lost the match in three sets, 10-25, 12-25, 8-25.

Wed
26
Sep
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Lewiston falls to FCSH in three sets

LEWISTON - The Lewiston Lady Tigers hosted the Falls City Sacred Heart Lady Irish on Thursday night, September 20th, but lost in three straight sets, 8-25, 9-25, 15-25. The Lady Tigers had some bright spots in the 2nd and 3rd sets as Payton Bledsaw landed a back row kill and then had a nice rally and a kill by Dana Chen for a 4-17 score in the 2nd set.

Alexis Richards made a nice dig in the back row and Chen added a nice tip to make it 5-17. Dana Christen later added an ace dump set and Becca deKoning scored on a back row attack. But, miscommunication and missed hits by the Lady Tigers had them losing the second set 9-25. In the third set, Lewiston played with a little more fire as Johanna Keyes had an ace dig return and Christen added an ace back row spike to keep it tied at 4-4 in the early going. Bledsaw later added an ace serve to make it 7-9, but FCSH went on a little run to go up 13-7.

 

Wed
26
Sep
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Tri-County spoils HTRS Homecoming

HUMBOLDT - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Titans hosted the Tri-County Trojans for their 2018 Homecoming on Friday night, September 21st. Tri-County scored on a 38 yard pass play and a 34 yard run, but HTRS answered back as Conner Bredemeier scored on a 14 yard run. The PAT pass failed, but the Titans kept it a 6-16 game at the half. Unfortunately, that was as close as they would get. The Titans were shut out of the second half scoring while the Trojans scored on runs of 3, 43 and 45 yards and also scored on a 27 yard pass play to win the game by a 42-6 count. HTRS had 8 first downs, 94 yards of rushing with 3/18 passes for 70 yards for 164 yards of total offense.

Wed
26
Sep
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HTRS HOMECOMING ROYALTY

Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer held their Homecoming on Friday night, September 21st. Royalty crowned was Queen Grace Kanel and King Conner Bredemeier.

 

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Wed
19
Sep
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Pawnee City Youth Football 5th/6th GradeLady Indians finish 6th in Class B Mudecas

BEATRICE - The Pawnee City Lady Indians were the #5 seed heading into the Class B Mudecas Volleyball Tournament last week and finished in 6th place overall. P.C. vs. Tri-County The Pawnee City Lady Indians faced the #4 seeded and eventual Class B Mudecas runner-up Tri- County Lady Trojans right away in the first round on Monday,

Wed
19
Sep
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Pawnee City Youth Football 5th/6th Grade

Pawnee City Youth Football 5th/6th Grade - Members are back row, l-r: Coach Mike Farwell, Tucker Everett, Anthony Kling, Christian Moore, Jett Farwell, Drew Menninga, Coach Tim Tegtmeier. Front row: Trey Kling, Wyatt Weimers, Dawson Wilkinson, Tyler Tegtmeier, Wyatt Blank.

 

 

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Wed
19
Sep
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Jordan Dean MurphyPawnee City Youth Football 3rd/4th Grade

Pawnee City Youth Football 3rd/4th Grade - The Lewiston 3/4 Grade boys joined the Pawnee City boys this year for youth football. Team members are back row, l-r: Coach Mitch Janssen, Coach Brad Bernadt, Peyton Heideman, Dylan Layne, Grady Weyers, Clayton Brown, Aiden Tozer, Oliver Everett, Deacon Bernadt, Brock Janssen, Coach Jason Ries, Camden Swendener. Front Row: Cashton Ries, Cashton Steinacher, Colter Steinacher, Evan Christen, Luke Hunzeker, Ryan Hays, Shaydon Tupa, Braydon Frakes. Not pictured: Jacob Bruns , Coach Shane Maloley.

 

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Wed
12
Sep
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Lady Indians battle F.C. for three sets; fall in Sterling triangular

STERLING - The Pawnee City Lady Indians had a tough time at the Sterling triangular last Thursday night, September 6th as they lost both of their matches to Falls City and Sterling. Pawnee City vs. Falls City The Lady Indians opened the night against Falls City where they trailed 2-9 right away in the first set after some ace serves by the Lady Tigers. Mallory Nider served up an ace of hers soon after, but some miscommunication by the Lady Indians on their side of the net allowed P.C. to take a 16-6 lead.

The Lady Tigers continued to go on the attack and took the first set by a 25-8 count. P.C. did a little better in the 2nd set with Nider and Sierra deKoning each making ace tips to make it 6-2. Madison Branek contributed to the P.C. attack at the net and put down several kills to improve their lead to 15-9.

 

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