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Thu
12
Dec
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Pawnee City rebounds with home-opening triumph

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PAWNEE CITY - Scott Borcher scored 23 points to lead the Pawnee City boys basketball team to its opening win of the season, a 48-26 victory over Frankfort, Kan. on Friday, December 6th. “We looked a lot more comfortable
than we did Thursday night (37-68 loss to Diller/Odell),” coach Tyler Colvin said. “We seemed to keep our composure a lot better. We finished some shots early on and I think that relaxed the kids a bit 
 
Thu
12
Dec
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Lady Indians hold off border foes for first win

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PAWNEE CITY - Karli Cabrera scored 14 points to lead the Pawnee City girls basketball team to a 37-24 win over Frankfort, Kan. Friday night in Pawnee City. The win makes the Indians 1-1 on the season. The Indians took a 6-4 lead in the first quarter when Cabrera stole the ball and scored underneath the basket with 2:22 to go. Then she hit a 10-footer at the buzzer to give the Indians an 8-4 lead at the end of the first quarter. 
 
Sat
07
Dec

Local girls are national rugby champs

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    Bonnie Sisco of Burchard, left, Felicia Pursche, center, and Megan Pursche, right, both of Humboldt, are part of the Wayne State College Rugby Club team which won its second straight National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) National Championship Sunday, November 24, 2013 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
    Last year, the team was the first state college team to win the championship. This year, the Wayne State ruggers were the first team to win back-to-back championships.
    Bonnie Sisco earned a "Heart and Soul" Award for being an inspiration and making significant contributions on and off the field. She was given one of the match balls as her award.
    Felicia Pursche was named to the roster of "Best 15 Players by Position" for All-NSCRO Championship XV. She received a trophy and custom t-shirt.

Wed
06
Nov
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At Pioneer, P.C. falls to runner-up J-B

Pawnee City's Courtney Mathewson (#17, right) and Hannah Davis (#22, left) both go for a ball in Pioneer action last week against Johnson-Brock
City Lady Indians entered the 2013 Pioneer Conference Volleyball tournament as the #5 seed, but despite their home court advantage they couldn't quite knock off the eventual runner-up Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles in opening  round action. The Lady Indians and the #4 seeded Lady Eagles faced off on Monday, October 28th in Pawnee City with the Lady Eagles coming out on top by a 25-15, 25-16 score 
 
Wed
06
Nov
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Lady Titans defeat Southern, lose to Sterling

PAWNEE CITY - After defeating the Southern Lady Raiders in the opening round of the 2013 Pioneer Conference Volleyball tournament, the Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans fell to both Sterling and Diller/Odell in  tough losses last week. The Lady Titans were seeded #8 coming into the tournament and took on #9 seeded Wymore Southern in opening play on Monday, October 28th. HTRS won the game by a 25-20, 21-25, 25-19 count.
 
Wed
30
Oct
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Menninga learned to push himself in Cross Country this past season

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By Ray Kappel
 
PAWNEE CITY - Being able to push himself carried Alex Menninga into the state cross country meet at Kearney Friday, October 25th. He finished 52nd out of 147 in class D with a time of 19:02. He beat five other people from the district. His coach Eric Uher said the goal was to beat as may people from the district that he could. Alex was the last qualifier from the district, getting 15th place at Branched Oaks in Malcolm recently.
 
Wed
30
Oct
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Schiffbauer's TD prevents Homecoming shut-out

Pawnee City's Colten Fisher (#12) runs for a first down against No. 1 rated Exeter-Milligan Thursday night. It was Homecoming for the Indians.
By Ray Kappel
 
PAWNEE CITY–The patient Pawnee City Indian fans waited all game for this. Running back J.P. Schiffbauer broke free of tacklers and ran 42 yards for a touchdown with 2:04 to go in a 68-8 Homecoming loss to Exeter-Milligan, Thursday night. The Indian offense was able to move at times and got into the Timber Wolves territory several times, but the visitors showed why they are the No. 1 ranked team in Class D1 by keeping the home team scoreless for most of the game.
 
Wed
30
Oct
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Pawnee sweeps games on Parent's Night

Pawnee City's Robin Hickey (center) is escorted out on to the volleyball court by her parents Jeana (left) and Bob Hickey (right) during Parent's Night ceremonies last Tuesday.
PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Lady Indians swept their last home triangular last Tuesday, October 22nd over the Johnson County Central Lady Thunderbirds and the Lewiston Lady Tigers in front of their Parent's Night crowd.
 
Wed
23
Oct
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Big kickoff return lifts Indians despite 18-52 loss

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PAWNEE CITY - With 16 seconds left on the clock in the first half, Pawnee City’s Colten Fisher created lightning. Lourdes has just scored again and led 36-0 with 27 seconds left to go after two quarters. Things looked grim in  he Friday night, October 18th contest. 
 
Wed
23
Oct
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Panthers hand HTRS tough loss on Parent's Night

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HUMBOLDT - Despite a 6-53 loss at the hands of the Palmyra Panthers, the HTRS parents and fans withstood the cold conditions on Friday night, October 18th to cheer on their beloved Titans. HTRS had their chances early in the game as they stopped Palmyra several times on defense before getting down by a 14-0 score. 
 

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