Sports

Thu
14
Jun
Edgar's picture

Steinkuhler named to Eight-Man Hall of Fame

HASTINGS - Sterling football standout Dean Steinkuhler will be among two coaches, 14 players and two contributors who have been named to the Eight-Man Football Hall of Fame. They will be inducted during ceremonies to be held Saturday, June 16th at the Tom Osborne Family Sports Complex in Hastings, Nebraska.

The Hall of Fame is presented by the Nebraska Eight-Man Football Coaches Association and sponsored by Pinnacle Bank of Nebraska. The induction ceremony will be held at halftime of the 41st Annual Sertoma Eight-Man All-Star Game played at Hastings College. Kickoff for the game will be 6 p.m.

 

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Thu
14
Jun
Edgar's picture

SE NE All-Star Games set for June 15th-16th

BEATRICE - Southeast Community College would like to announce the 30th annual Southeast Nebraska All-Star Basketball games on Saturday, June 16th and the 29th annual All-Star Volleyball game on Friday, June 15th. 

All games will be held at the Truman Center on the SCC-Beatrice Campus.

 

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Thu
07
Jun
Edgar's picture

JCC Elementary Track and Field Day held May 11th

TECUMSEH - An elementary track meet for grades K-3 was held at Johnson County Central Schools on Friday, May 11th.

Garret Collin commended all the volunteers and helpers for the event. These volunteers and helpers included Superintendent Jack Moles, Jon Rother and Coach Derek Kuhl (Clerks of the Start), Coach Nick Weber (Starter), Coach Angie Huskey (Clerk of the Finish); Pastor Hugh Giesbrecht (Announcer); Susie Lacey and Laurie Badertscher (Concession stand); Larry Naber and Ron Kothe (Track preparation)Marsha Bacon (Superintendent); Jack Moles' (Celebration Coordinator); Rich Bacon, (Moral Support). Also thanks to the high school track team who ran the events, the elementary teachers, and all the athletes!

 

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Thu
31
May
Edgar's picture

JCC’s Bartels places 38th at State Golf Meet

KEARNEY - Johnson County Central junior Tyler Bartels played in the Class C State Golf Tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 22nd and 23rd at the Kearney Country Club.

Bartels competed with 94 total golfers in the two day, 36 hole tournament. On day one, he shot 43 on the front nine, and 46 on the back nine for a total of 89. The second day, he scored 43 on the front, and 40 on the back for an improved total of 83 which included two penalties for lost balls. These scores placed Bartels in a tie for 38th place out of the 94 golfers.

 

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Thu
31
May
Edgar's picture

Tecumseh Legion baseball teams expect to be competitive and strong in leadership on the field

By Ann Wickett

With lots of experience coming back, the Tecumseh American Legion baseball teams look to be very competitive, according to Head Coach Jon Rother. The juniors team has 16 baseball players This makes each practice very competitive. “The boys have to work very hard to ensure playing time. This also makes practice time crucial. I look for our Juniors to be a tough team to beat at our area tournament in early July,”Rother said.

Tecumseh Post 2 is fielding a Seniors team after a three-year absence. Currently, there are only four seniors, however with new rule changes, the Tecumseh American Legion is allowed to dual roster as many players as necessary. This allows us to field a Seniors team.

 

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Thu
24
May
Edgar's picture

Area athletes claim numerous medals at 2018 State Track Meet

●Moran, Hahn claim gold at State

OMAHA - There were some rain showers on Saturday morning, but the weather cooperated for the most part for the 2018 State Track Meet which was held at Omaha Burke Stadium on Friday and Saturday, May 18th-19th.

Numerous athletes medaled during the two-day competition, but the best finishes were by JCC’s Maddie Moran in Class C and Johnson- Brock’s Ty Hahn in Class D.

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Thu
24
May
Edgar's picture

Bartels qualifies for Class C State Golf Meet

WOODLAND HILLS - The Johnson County Central Boys Golf Team traveled to Woodland Hills Golf Course on Tuesday, May 15th to compete in the District C-1 golf tournament.

The weather was cooperative with temperatures in the low 80’s and very little wind. Invitations to the state tournament were on the line with the top 10 individuals as well as the top three teams qualifying.

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Thu
17
May
Edgar's picture

Sterling sends fifteen to State Meet, J-B qualifies five

AUBURN - It was a warm and windy day of competition for the Sterling and Johnson-Brock track teams at the Class D-1 Districts on Wednesday, May 9th.

The Sterling boys qualified 8 boys for the State Track Meet and finished in 3rd place overall with 77 points. Johnson-Brock followed close behind in 4th place with 71 points and will send 4 boys to the State Meet.

In the Girls’ Division, the Sterling girls finished as the District Runner-up with 108 points and had 7 girls qualify in numerous events. The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles scored 43 points to finish in 6th place and qualified one girl for State.

 

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Thu
17
May
Edgar's picture

JCC sends seven tracksters to State in Class C

TECUMSEH - The weather was very hot for the Class C-1 District held on Thursday, May 10th at the Tecumseh track. The Johnson County Central girls and boys made the most of the warmer conditions, however as the girls claimed the District Runner-up title with 95 points and the boys finished in 6th place with 31 points. The Freeman boys and the Lincoln Lutheran girls won the team titles.

Johnson County Central qualified two boys and five girls for the State Track Meet after the days’ events. JCC’s Josh Bailey won the boys’ Discus and teammate Simon Rother placed 2nd in the Shot Put to each earn a trip to State.

For the girls, JCC’s Aleisha McDonald will represent the Lady Thunderbirds in three events; the Pole Vault, the 800 M. run and the 3200 M. run. Ashlei McDonald qualified in both the 1600 and 3200 M. runs while Maddie Moran won the 100 and 200 M. dashes for another trip to Omaha Burke Stadium.

 

Thu
10
May
Edgar's picture

JCC golfers win own Invitational for 5th consecutive year

GRANDPA’S WOODS, TECUMSEH - The Johnson County Central Thunderbird golf team continues to swing hard at the competition as they were in action last week at the Elmwood-Murdock Invitational and then hosted their own Invitational and won it outright.

Elmwood-Murdock Invite The JCC golfers traveled north to Grandpa’s Woods Golf Course on a warm and windy day on Tuesday, May 1st to compete in the Elmwood- Murdock Invite.

This executive style course, where par is 30, is a great test of a player’s accuracy with their irons and short game. Golfers from seven schools competed in this 18-hole event.

Earning medals in the varsity competition for JCC were Tyler Bartels and Kole Kleespies, who placed 5th and 10th respectively with their scores of 69 and 76.

 

To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Tecumseh%20ChieftainID376/

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Sports