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JCC girls take 6th at Hebron

HEBRON - The Johnson County Central Lady Thunderbirds competed at the Thayer Central Track Invitiational on Thursday, March 28th and placed 4th overall with 60 points. All team and individual results are as follows.

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Nice weather finally for JCC Thunderbird Track Invitational

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TECUMSEH - The Johnson County Central Thunderbirds hosted their 2019 Track Invitational on Monday, April 1st in very nice weather conditions.

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28
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JCC Middle School Honor Roll

Third Quarter Honor Roll 2018-2019 at Johnson County Central Middle School has been released. Honor Roll students have no grade lower than a B. *Honor Roll with distinction is based on student’s having all A’s with only one B

Grade 8 - Katelyn Beethe, Erika Cabrales (All A’s), Tucker Drake, Anzel du Preez (All A’s), MacKinze Gordon, Hayden Huskey (All A’s), Ashley Manrique Andrade, Keiry Najera, Chayce Oenbring, Kimberly Orozco, *Daisy Ortiz, Brandon Speckmann, Alixandria Swanson, Aiden Weber (All A’s).

 

 

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28
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SCC Changing to Semester Calendar Beginning in August

April 8 is the first day students planning to attend Southeast Community College this fall can register for that term, the first fall semester in a new academic calendar.

The fall semester begins Aug. 26, 2019.

The change from a quarter academic calendar to a semester calendar provides many advantages to students, including more time to focus on each class and an easier transition when transferring to a four-year college or university.

 

 

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JCC Artists Work All Year on ECNC Art Competition Entries Micaela Francisco

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The JCC Art room was buzzing with excitement as all of its students prepared for the chance to be entered into the ECNC Art competition. The preparation for this competition starts at the very beginning of the year. For the whole year, all of the art students take their time and complete numerous projects that they work on both in and outside of class.

All levels of art students chose three or more of their best works and prepared them to be displayed for the whole school to see. The judging process started right in their very own school. The students put up their artwork in the gym and had members of staff and other JCC students judge the pieces and vote for whichever pieces they felt deserved top ten. The pieces that had the most votes got to move on.

The pieces were then seen by judges who ranked those ten. The artworks were displayed at Wells Fargo’s Bank in Lincoln, Nebraska, alongside other schools who went through the same process.

 

 

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28
Mar
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Graham signs letter of intent

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As a four year player for the Johnson County Central Thunderbirds, senior, Alexis Graham signed a letter of intent to continue her education and volleyball career at the College of Saint Mary. Alexis is a 6-0 middle blocker/ outside hitter for the Thunderbirds and has earned all-conference and academic all-state honorable mention in volleyball.

Graham definitely has a passion for volleyball. Not only does she compete during the school season but she chooses to participate in club volleyball as well. She displays her loyalty to the team by playing four consecutive years and following where her coach goes with the other girls from additional small towns.

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28
Mar
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Sterling, Johnson-Brock compete at Pioneer Indoor meet

CRETE - The Sterling and Johnson-Brock track teams competed at the 2019 Pioneer Conference Indoor Track Meet at Doane on Thursday, March 21st. The Sterling girls finished as runner-up with 72 points while the Lady Eagles placed 9th with 18.333 points. For the boys, Sterling also placed 2nd with 83 points while Johnson-Brock took 6th place with 37 points. All area team and individual results are as follows.

Girls' Team Standings Tri-County 105.333, Sterling 72, NC Lourdes Central 62, Diller/Odell 60, Friend 48, FC Sacred Heart 41.333, Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer 29, Pawnee City 19, Johnson-Brock 18.333, Wymore Southern 10.

Thu
14
Mar
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Sterling’s Nicole Harms Signs Up for Track & Field at Doane

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“I’m really excited. I enjoy running and participating in track and field is something I wanted to continue in college,” said Nicole Harms as she signed a letter of intent to compete in track and field at Doane University on February 6. The areas Nicole enjoys competing in are the hurdles and sprints.

Nicole has competed in track and field since she was in the seventh grade at Sterling Public Schools. During her high school career, Nicole qualified for the state track meet in several events. In 2018, Harms was a member of the 3200 meter relay team which earned a third place medal. She also competed in the 200 and 400 meter dash. In 2017, Nicole earned a third place medal in the 300 hurdles. She medaled in fifth place in the 100 hurdles. She earned a seventh place medal in the 400 meter dash. In 2016, Nicole placed eighth in the 100 meter hurdles. She medaled in sixth place in the 300 hurdles and seventh in the triple jump.

 

 

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14
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Johnson-Brock Eagles are Class D-2 State Champions!

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Johnson-Brock High School has another addition to its trophy case.

Three wins late last week in Lincoln gave the Eagles the Class D-2 boys’ basketball state crown.

Thursday morning, March 7, the Eagles took care of the Humphrey St. Francis Flyers 67-57.

Friday night, March 8, the Johnson-Brock boys edged the defending D-2 champion Falls City Sacred Heart Irish 57-54. It was the Eagles first win over the Irish in four tries in 2018-2019.

 

 

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Johnson-Brock grinds out win over Mead in Districts; head to State

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PALMYRA - It was good to grind out a win,” said Lucus Dahlinghaus, head boys basketball coach for the Johnson-Brock Eagles who defeated Mead 45-29 in the District finals played at Palmyra on Monday, February 25th.

The Johnson-Brock Eagles will head to the Nebraska State Boys Basketball Tournament with a 21-4 record. The Johnson-Brock boys ranked #5 will open the state tournament against #4 seed Humphrey St. Francis at Lincoln Southwest High School at 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 7th.

“We got off to a great start defensively as we held Mead to 9 points in the first half. Offensively, we struggled to score as Mead tried to slow our scoring momemntum down,” said Coach Dahlinghaus.

Johnson-Brock scored 11 points in the first quarter while holding Mead to four points. Johnson-Brock's Cole Fossenbarger and Wyatt Volker handled the scoring with their three point shots.

 

 

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