Sports

Wed
21
Jun

East battles West in Southeast Nebraska All-Star games over weekend

BEATRICE - Two area athletes participated in the 2017 Southeast Nebraska All-Star Volleyball and Basketball Classics over the weekend which were held Friday and Saturday, June 16th-17th at the Truman Center in Beatrice.

In the volleyball game on Friday night, the West squad defeated the Easat squad in three sets, 25-11, 25-13, 25-22 and then an extra set was played afterwards.

Johnson-Brock’s Kacie Hahn played for the East squad and contributed from the libero position, the serving line and at the net in the match.

 

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Wed
21
Jun

Tecumseh Coach Pitch action thrives on Thursday

Mason Murphy keeps his eyes on the ball as he prepares to hit the ball off of the tee.

 

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Wed
14
Jun

SE NE All-Star Games set for June 16th-17th

BEATRICE - Southeast Community College would like to announce the 29th annual Southeast Nebraska All-Star Basketball games on Saturday, June 17th and the 28th annual All-Star Volleyball game on Friday, June 16th.

All games will be held at the Truman Center on the SCCBeatrice Campus.

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Wed
14
Jun

Southeast Nebraska Softball League District action

The Tecumseh 18 & Under softball team has a team conference on the mound at the District Softball League Tournament on Saturday.

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Wed
07
Jun

Tecumseh Juniors kick off the 2017 Legion baseball season

By Ann Wickett

The Tecumseh Junior Legion kicked off its 2017 baseball season on the road to Adams for a doubleheader on May 22nd. However, this game was postponed because of the weather conditions. The remainder of this double header will be finished on Wednesday, June 7 at 5:30 p.m.

The Tecumseh Juniors traveled to Auburn for a double header on May 24th and were handed two losses 2-7 and 8-14. On Thursday, May 25th, the Juniors played once again on the road at Syracuse. The boys lost this game 5-9. The Tecumseh Juniors hosted their first home game of the season against Plattsmouth on Wednesday, May 31st. The Tecumseh Juniors won this game 11-3.

 

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Wed
07
Jun

JCC Elementary and Middle School Honors

The President’s Award for Academic Excellence recognizes students who have achieved high academic goals through their hard work and dedication to learning. Student’s receiving the award must have an overall grade average of 90%. They also must have scored above the 85th percentile on a standardized assessment, MAPS or NeSA, in either reading or mathematics.

Students meeting these criteria received a President’s Award for Excellence in Education lapel pin, a signed certificate from the President of the United States, Donald Trump and the US Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos. In addition, students received a letter from the President encouraging them to continue excellence in education.

 

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Thu
01
Jun

Betty Evans Memorial Golf Tournament and fundraiser a success

“The rain deterred some teams but overall we had a good turnout,” said Tracie Reding, of the 2017 Betty Evans Memorial Golf Tournament. Reding served as president of All Betty’s Children for the 2017 event. The winning team of the golf tournament was Damien Vrtiska, Derek Vrtiska, Ted Evans III, and Kaleb Evans. They shot a 60, which was actually a tie with the second place team but were deemed the winners because they won the top handicap hole.

Thu
01
Jun

Johnson County Central’s Elementary Track and Field Day results

TECUMSEH - An Elementary Track and Field Day was held at Johnson County Central Schools for grades 1-3 on Friday, May 12th.

FIELD EVENTS

Girls Kindergarten Long Jump: Heat 1: Hadley Hartman, first; Samantha Effken, second; Janel Levya, third; Maria Pinedo, fourth. Heat 2: Bailee Tell, first; Chloe Sedersten, second; Heidi Reyes, third; Lucy Hippen, fourth; Danica Russell, fifth.

Girls Kindergarten T-Ball Hit: Heat 1: Janel Levya, first; Samantha Effken, second; Kenna Thomas, third; Maria Pinedo, fourth. Heat 2: Heidi Reyes, first; Bailee Tell, second; Lucy Hippen, third; Chloe Sedersten, fourth; Danica Russell, fifth.

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Wed
24
May

JCC ends golf season at Districts

CROOKED CREEK - The Johnson County Central boys’ golf team ended their season at the District C-1 Golf meet on Monday, May 15th.

Sophomores Tyler Bartels and Kole Kleespies came up 3 strokes short of the cut to qualify for the state golf tournament. Both shot 87 on a hot, windy day, but an 84 was the 10th place score needed to advance.

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Wed
24
May

Jr. High Nebraska Championship

On Saturday, May 13th, five girls competed in the Jr. High Nebraska Championship Meet in Gothenburg, NE. Ashlei McDonald competed in the 1600m run. The 1600 meter relay also competed and placed 8th. Those runners were Dakotah Ludemann, Ava Berkebile, Zadie Plager, and Saylor Rother. Pictured from left to right are Dakotah Ludemann, Ava Berkebile, Zadie Plager, Saylor Rother, and Ashlei McDonald.

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