Sports

HTRS loses by three to JCC in C2-1

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ADAMS - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Titan boys’ basketball team was the #5 seed at the Class C2-1 subdistricts on Monday, February 22nd. The Titans took on the #4 Johnson County Central Thunderbirds, but lost by just three points, 46-49, thus ending their season with a 7-16 record.

P.C. draws #1 FCSH in D2-1 subs

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FALLS CITY - The Pawnee City Indians had the unenviable task of taking on the #1 seeded Falls City Sacred Heart Irish on their home court in the Class D2-1 subdistricts. Pawnee City was the #4 seed heading into the subdistrict matchup on Tuesday, February 23rd and just couldn’t get the shots to fall as FCSH knocked them out by a 70-32 score.

Lewiston succumbs to Sterling, 35-48

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FALLS CITY - The Lewiston Tigers were the #3 seed at the Class D2-1 subdistricts in Falls City on Tuesday, February 23rd and took on the #2 seeded Sterling Jets. Lewiston only trailed 9-10 after the 1st period, but got behind 13-22 at the half.

Bowling Results

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Wednesday Morning Early Birds February 24th High Team Scratch Game: The Boosters 410. High Team Scratch Series: Bank of Steinauer 1100.

Titan wrestlers have tough luck at State

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OMAHA - Two Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer/Pawnee City wrestlers were bracketed for the 2021 State Wrestling Tournament tournament at the CHI Health Center in Omaha on Friday, February 19th-20th. Unfortunately, HTRS/P.C.’s Isaac Bittner at 220 lbs.

Lewiston Tigers lose momentum in 2nd half

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TRI-COUNTY - The Lewiston Tigers played a good first half against Tri-County in their last regular season game on Friday night, February 19th, but they had a dismal second half of scoring in their 34-68 loss.

Palmyra outpaces HTRS in last regular season game

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HUMBOLDT - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Titans hosted their final regular season game against Palmyra on Friday night, February 19th, but couldn’t pull out a victory. Palmyra led 17-11 after the 1st period and then went on a 16-6 run in the 2nd quarter to lead 33-17 at the half.

The memories of a country school teacher

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Now it is a museum, moved years ago to the west side of Table Rock’s Square. However, in 1937, it was the Maple Grove Country School and first-grader Bernice Marfice proudly joined brothers Bill and Paul and 27 others for her first day of school ever. Some of the kids wore shoes, she said, and a few came barefoot.