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10
May
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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.

 

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Thu
10
May
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McDonald sets new school record at JCC Track Invite

TECUMSEH - The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds hosted their Track Invitational on Friday, May 4th and had some terrific finishes, including a new school record by the day’s end.

JCC’s Aleisha McDonald finished the 800 Meter Run in a time of 2:21.37 which was good enough to set a new school record for the Thunderbirds.

Ashlei McDonald was also a gold medalist for the Lady Thunderbirds with her time of 12:43.31 in the 3200 M. Run.

 

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Thu
03
May
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Sterling, J-B score big numbers at P.C. Invite

PAWNEE CITY - There were a lot of opportunities for scoring at the Pawnee City Track Invitational on Tuesday, April 24th and both Sterling and Johnson-Brock took advantage of the nice weather to do just that. The Sterling girls won their division with 144 points while Johnson- Brock finished in 5th place with 65 points.

The Sterling boys placed 2nd in their division with 123.5 points and Johnson-Brock followed close behind in 3rd place with 104 points. Individual gold medals for the boys were claimed by: Sterling’s Tristan Dirks in both the 200 and 400 M. dashes; Sterling’s Logan Jasa in both the 800 and 1600 M. runs; Johnson-Brock’s Ty Hahn in both the 100 M. dash and the Long Jump; SHS’ Diego Sterkel in the 3200 M. run and J-B’s Seth Moerer in the Shot Put. The Sterling boys’ 400 and 1600 M. relay teams also claimed gold.

 

Thu
03
May
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JCC golfers have another successful week

KIRKMAN’S, WOODLAND HILLS - The Johnson County Central Thunderbird golf team had a busy couple of days last week as they played at a dual and then the Palmyra Invitational on back to back days

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Thu
03
May
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Perfect day for Pioneer, ECNC Conference Track Meets

PAWNEE CITY - After a slow start to the spring sports season, the area track teams took advantage of perfect weather conditions at the 2018 Pioneer Conference Track Meet which was held at Pawnee City on Saturday, April 28th. The Sterling boys claimed runner- up honors in the boys’ division as they scored 91 points.

Falls City Sacred Heart won the division with 121.5 points. Johnson-Brock finished in 8th place with 30 total points. Tri-County won the girls’ division title with a total of 114 points while the Sterling girls finished in 3rd place with 70 points. The Johnson- Brock Lady Eagles finished 9th with 19 points.

 

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Thu
26
Apr
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Sterling, Johnson-Brock finish strong at FCSH Track Invite

SYRACUSE - The Sterling and Johnson-Brock track teams were in action on Tuesday, April 17th at the Falls City Sacred Heart Invitational.

Both teams were quite successful as the Sterling boys took home 3rd place with 86 points and Johnson- Brock finished 3rd with 80 points. The Sterling girls took home runner-up honors with 98 points and the J-B Lady Eagles finished 3rd with 58 points.

Thu
26
Apr
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Wet, windy and cold conditions for track teams at Mudecas meet

TRI-COUNTY - TRI-COUNTY - The weather conditions were less than stellar at the 2018 Mudecas Track Meet on Saturday, April 21st.

All three of our area track teams competed in wet, cold and windy conditions throughout multiple events which made for a miserable day.

Falls City Sacred Heart won the boys’ division with 101 total points while the Sterling Jets finished in 3rd place with 78 points. The Johnson- Brock Eagles placed 8th with 38 points and the Johnson County Central Thunderbirds were 10th with 29 points.

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Thu
19
Apr
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JCC captures team title at HTRS Golf Invitational

The Johnson County Central Thunderbird golf team were very active in competition last week at the HTRS Invitational, the Nebraska City Invitational and then finally a dual with Wymore Southern.

HTRS Invitational

The JCC boys’ golf team traveled to Kirkman’s Cove Lakeview Golf Course on Tuesday, April 10th for the Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Invitational.

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Thu
19
Apr
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Sterling, Johnson-Brock tracksters compete well at Lewiston Invite

PAWNEE CITY - The Sterling and Johnson-Brock track teams competed at the Lewiston Invitational on Tuesday, April 10th in slightly fair weather conditions.

The Johnson-Brock and Sterling boys had the best finishes for the day as the Eagles took home 3rd place in the team competition with 73 points and the Jets placed 5th overall with 63 points.

In the girls’ division, the Sterling Lady Jets placed 5th with 55 points and the Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles placed 7th with 24 points.

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Thu
12
Apr
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Dalinghaus to attend NBA Draft in New York

By Ann Wickett

“I enjoy competing and seeing how good I can become, plus I like meeting new people and seeing new places,” said Camden Dalinghaus, a fifth grade student at Johnson-Brock Schools who traveled to Denver, Colorado for the National Elks Hoops Shoot competition on Saturday, March 17th.

He also took first place in the NBA Skills Challenge with 31 points to go to New York to see the players of the NBA Draft in June 19-22.

Prior to traveling to Denver, Camden won the local hoop shoot contest, and the state competition by scoring on 24 of 25 shots. In Denver, he shot 18 of 25 for third place.

 

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