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Thu
06
Dec
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Johnson County Central Girls BB

Head Coach

Karen Hunzeker

Assistant Coach

Garrett Collin

2017-18 Record: 3-18

Coach Hunzeker’s season outlook: “Our strengths this season are that we have some speed on our team and we have four returning starters and eight returning letterwinners. Our attendance in the weight room and gym this summer was also a lot better as we had 3 girls who had perfect attendance. Our weaknesses are that we only have 14 girls out this year so we don’t have a lot of depth and this is only my second year of coaching so still learning my way of doing things.

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Thu
06
Dec
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JCC Boys Basketball Head Coach

2018-19 Winter Sports Preview

Head Coach

Kirk Faris

Assistant Coaches

Ben Swanson

Jordan Scheil

2017-18 Record: 9-14

Coach Faris’ comments and season outlook: ““We return a number of experienced players from last year’s team. This should allow us to continue to grow and improve from where we finished the season last year. We return six lettermen who all played key roles last season; they are seniors Kole Kleespies and Tyler Sedersten along with juniors Tucker Liberty and Eli Waring and sophomores Calvin Antholz and Uriel Cabrales. Eli Waring was our leading scorer with nearly 10 points per game.

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Thu
29
Nov
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2018 ECNC teams announced

JOHNSON COUNTY - The 2018 ECNC Conference recently announced the All-Conference honorees from the fall football season with ten Johnson County Central athletes included on the exclusive list.

Congratulations to these student/ athletes for their achievements both on the field and in the classrooms! They are most deserving of their accomplishments for all of their hard work!

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Thu
29
Nov
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2018 Pioneer All-Conference Teams recently released

JOHNSON AND NEMAHA COUNTIES - The 2018 Pioneer Conference recently announced the All-Conference honorees from the fall sports seasons with sixteen area athletes included on the exclusive list.

Congratulations to these student/ athletes for their achievements both on the court/field and in the classrooms! They are most deserving of their accomplishments for all of their hard work! STERLING

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Thu
22
Nov
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Traditional Thanksgiving Feast

.Turkey is a Thanksgiving staple. It’s also one of the most difficult items to cook for a large gathering. To prevent foodborne illness and to make the best turkey possible, play close attention to preparation, cooking, and storing.

You should allow one pound of turkey for each adult guest at your dinner. This allows everyone to enjoy a generous serving of turkey and guarantees enough extra turkey for additional meals.

Most people cannot tell the difference between fresh and frozen turkeys. The main thing to remember when purchasing a turkey is that a fresh turkey needs to be refrigerated until time to cook. Likewise, a frozen turkey needs to be kept in the freezer until it is time to thaw for roasting.

Thu
22
Nov
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Johnson-Brock Eagles win Class D-2 State Football Title

LINCOLN - The Eagles of Johnson-Brock capped off a perfect season, with a 56-26 victory over the Mullen Broncos on Monday, November 19th in the finals of the Class D2 football championships. The early afternoon victory marked the first state football title for Johnson-Brock, despite 13 playoff appearances for the Eight-Man team. The Broncos of Mullen matched Johnson-Brock’s record at a perfect 12-0 entering the championship game and boasted a very efficient run game averaging 299.8 yards of rushing offense this season, led by senior Lane Edis.

The Eagles, on the other hand, traversed the 2018 season through the air, with 287 of their 389 total yards of offense per game coming from a pass-heavy system.

Thu
15
Nov
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Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles come up one set short at State

LINCOLN - The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles' quest for their fourth straight Class D-1 State Championship fell a few points short in the semifinal round against Humphrey/ Lindsay Holy Family this past week.

After defeating Cambridge in the opening round in straight sets the night before, the Lady Eagles went toe to toe with H/LHF in the semifinal match, but lost in five very close sets, 21-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-27 and 12-15. The Lady Eagles rebounded on Saturday in the consolation game, however to defeat Pleasanton 3-1 and claim 3rd place overall.

After a run of three straight Class D-1 State titles and a 3rd place finish in this year's State Tournament, the Lady Eagles can hold their heads high as they finished the season with a 31-4 final season record.

 

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Thu
15
Nov
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Johnson-Brock plays Mullen for D-2 State title

HUMPHREY - The Johnson-Brock Eagles are heading to Memorial Stadium on Monday morning, November 19th.

The 12-0 Eagles will play 12-0 Mullen at 10:15 a.m. in the Class D-2 championship game.

On Monday night, November 12th, Johnson-Brock reached the title game winning 58-44 at Humphrey St. Francis.

 

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Thu
08
Nov
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J-B Eagles rout Allen 76-0 in D-2 playoff scoring explosion

By Darrell Wellman

 

JOHNSON - Johnson-Brock’s Halloween evening Class D-2 football game against visiting Allen was much more of a treat for the hosts than the visitors. The home Eagles continued their scoring explosion as they shut out the Eagles from northern Nebraska 76-0. Johnson-Brock contributed to and benefited from seven first half fumbles by Allen, with the locals recovering six of them and putting themselves in outstanding field position in most instances. Also before halftime, J-B senior Ty Hahn blocked an Allen punt to set up the Eagles offense once again.

Thu
08
Nov
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The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles

The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles will go for their fourth straight D-1 State Volleyball Championship after defeating Meridian three sets to one in the D-1 District Finals on Saturda

 

 

 

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