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Thu
17
Oct
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Pawnee City Cross Country team runs best times of season

The Pawnee City Cross Country team participated in the Falls City Invitational on Thursday, October 10th.

Out of the 42 boys competing for the day Pawnee City’s Gavin McHenry medaled in 7th place with a time of 18:59. Teammate Sam Gyhra also medaled with an 11th place finish at 19:42. Kaleb Vetrovsky placed 36th with a time of 24:21 which was all three boys’ best times of the year.

For the girls, there were a total of 34 participants with Pawnee City’s Emily Lytle medaling in 8th place with a time of 22:06. Alyssa Pierce finished in 16th place at 24:02 and Olivia Gottula placed 20th with a time of 24:28. The girls also ran their best times of the year.

In Junior High competition, there were a total of 15 runners and Neveah Blecha medaled in 6th place as she ran 1.5 miles.

 

Thu
17
Oct
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Pawnee City falls prey to Johnson-Brock, 78-20

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JOHNSON - The Pawnee City football team traveled to Johnson-Brock on Friday night, October 11th to take on the the home-standing Eagles, but lost by a 20-78 score.

Head Coach Scott Brumbaugh commented, “By the looks of the score most would say there wasn’t much to celebrate. However, there was. For the 1st time all season the offense showed some spark. It scored in the 1st quarter and then had a missed opportunity in the 2nd quarter. Again we scored in the 3rd and 4th with another missed opportunity in the 4th when we fumbled on the one yd line. On the other side of the ball we showed signs of improvement but are still not able to put it all together yet and force teams to punt. We are getting closer to reaching that goal. This coming Friday is going to be another tough game vs FCSH. Again we are just looking to go out and improve and take away some positives before we play the last game of the year.”

 

Thu
10
Oct
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P.C. takes on JCC in best of 5 sets

TECUMSEH - The Pawnee City Lady Indians traveled to Johnson County Central on Thursday night, October 3rd to take on the Lady Thunderbirds in a best three out of five set match but lost in three sets, 12-25, 11-25, 18-25.

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Thu
10
Oct
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HTRS Lady Titans claim 2nd place at JCC VB Invite

TECUMSEH - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans avenged an earlier loss to Nebraska City Lourdes, but then fell prey to one of the best C-2 teams in the state at the Johnson County Central Invitational over the weekend. On Saturday, October 5th, the Lady Titans played Falls City High and Nebraska City Lourdes Central in the morning matches then faced Class C-2 state-rated Thayer Central in the championship game where they lost in two sets and took home runner-up honors.

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Thu
10
Oct
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Lewiston makes parents proud with sweep of Parkview

Lewiston makes parents proud with sweep of Parkview
Lewiston makes parents proud with sweep of Parkview
Lewiston makes parents proud with sweep of Parkview
Lewiston makes parents proud with sweep of Parkview

LEWISTON - The Lewiston Lady Tigers hosted the Parkview Christian Lady Patriots on Tuesday, October 1st for Parent’s Night and also had a “Pink Out” fundraising event for Breast Cancer Awareness month. The Lady Tigers made quick work of the Lady Patriots as they dispatched them in three sets, 25-10, 25-13, 25-22 for the win.

Lewiston jumped out to a 5-1 first set lead with ace serves by Dana Christen and Katelyn Sanders and the net play of Meagan Sanders.

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Thu
03
Oct
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Lewiston has hands full with high-scoring Harvard team

Lewiston has hands full with high-scoring Harvard team
Lewiston has hands full with high-scoring Harvard team

LEWISTON - The Lewiston Tigers had their hands full with the Harvard Cardinals on Friday afternoon, September 27th. Turnovers and miscues by the Tigers escalated throughout the game which allowed Harvard to take a 50-0 lead into the halftime break and eventually win the game by a 72-21 final score. Harvard was up 14-0 early in the game when LHS’ Abel Gonzalez had a nice kickoff return to midfield. Unfortunately, bad snaps marred this Lewiston series. Mathew Barker had a nice punt to back the Cards up to their own 7 yd. line, but they completed a 73 yard pass play over the left side for a quick touchdown. The PAT kick was also good and they took a 22-0 lead with 4:39 left in the period. Harvard eventually carried a 30-0 lead into the 2nd period, but they picked up where they left off with their strong running game and even returned an LHS fumble for a touchdown and a 44-0 lead at the 7:27 mark.

Thu
03
Oct
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Griffins deal tough loss to Indians on Homecoming night

Griffins deal tough loss to Indians on Homecoming night
Griffins deal tough loss to Indians on Homecoming night
Griffins deal tough loss to Indians on Homecoming night

PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Indians had a very tough task in taking on the Diller/Odell Griffins on Friday night, September 27th for their Homecoming festivities. The Indians found themselves trailing 48-0 at halftime before falling to the visiting Griffins, 26-62.

Head Coach Scott Brumbaugh commented, “A tough loss on Homecoming night, but there were some bright moments tonight. The offense was off track most of the 1st half but caught a little momentum in the second half. The defense had them in some tough spots and we just couldn’t hold them on third down and long. I’m hoping we can build on our improvement and go get a win on the road next week.”

Pawnee City struggled on offense in the first half as Diller/ Odell took a 22-0 lead heading into the 2nd period. P.C. was backed up to their own end zone to open that period when QB Simon Osborne was sacked for a safety at the 11:56 mark. That made it a 24-0 game.

Thu
26
Sep
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HTRS Lady Titans take 4th in Class A

BEATRICE - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans were the #3 seed heading into the Class A Division of the 2019 Mudecas Volleyball Tournament last week.

The Lady Titans battled Freeman, Bruning-Davenport-Shickley and Meridian in a tough four days of competition, but finished in 4th place after losses to both B-D-S and Meridian.

HTRS vs. Freeman

The HTRS Lady Titans faced the #6 seeded Freeman Lady Falcons on Monday, September 16th where they came away with a hard-fought 25-15, 16-25, 25-12 victory.

Natalie Novak led the team with 9 points and 2 aces and had 24 set assists, 3 kills and 1 ace block. Katilyn Glathar scored 7 points with 1 ace and had 1 assist, 6 kills and 6 ace blocks. Kylie Kalin also had 7 points with 1 ace while Lauren Nanninga added 6 points with 9 kills and 2 ace blocks. Abby Stalder pitched in 2 kills and 1 ace block while Aly Howe had 1 set assist.

 

 

Thu
26
Sep
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P.C. Cross Country

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The Pawnee City Cross Country team competed at the Hiawatha Invitational on Thursday, September 19th. Results were: 7th grade girls-Neveah Blecha got 6th-medal Varsity girls-Emily Lytle got 11th-medal top 20 out of 57. Olivia Gottula -27th; Alyssa Pierce-34th. Varsity Boys- Sam Gyhra-23rd out of 56; Gavin McHenry 38th; Kaleb Vetrovsky 55th. Next meet is Tuesday, September 24th at Branched Oak.

 

 

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26
Sep
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Perfect first day of Fall for HTRS Girls’ Golf Invitational

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KIRKMAN’S - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans hosted their 2019 Golf Invitational on the first day of autumn on Monday, September 23rd.

The morning conditions were perfect for the first day of fall as the brisk temperatures and dew on the greens made it feel like autumn.

Syracuse won the girls’ team standings with a score of 448 followed by Auburn with a 467 and HTRS in 3rd plce with a 474.

Auburn’s Kacy Jones was the individual gold medalist with her score of an 87.

HTRS’ Katie Frey finished in 4th place with her rounds of 48, 57 for a 105. Teammate Mikkayla Flynn was 12th overall with her scores of 58, 61 for a 119 and was followed by HTRS’ Gracie Shafer in 14th place with her rounds of 65, 57 for a 122.

 

 

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