Sports

PC athletes adjust to COVID-19 guidelines

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This summer we had to split our weight groups to meet COVID-19 guidelines. It was going to be very difficult to follow all the mandated rules while trying to get a good workout. Therefore, I chose to do our summer weights outside with the use of a tires as our weights. This has been a good thing because I have enjoyed the outdoor workouts more than our normal indoor weight room workouts. We change things up every day by creating challenging games. This new type of working out challenges the boys physically and mentally. These tire workouts have been extremely difficult and require good strength and stamina. I believe this will have us in better shape for the upcoming sports season. I have been extremely proud of the work the boys have been putting in. We have improved tremendously over the summer but still have much work to do.

News from USDA

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Lincoln, Neb June 23, 2020- The U.S Department of Agriculture Rural Development has received the new 2020 income limits for the home repair loan and grant program. The income limits are based on the county and the size of household.

4-H Trapshoot results

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Friday, June 26 several 4H’ers from Pawnee County participated at the Southeast Gun Club is a cooperative event between Pawnee And Richardson County.

Lewiston athletes working hard over summer

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The Lewiston Consolidated School athletes are hard at work conditioning for the fall sports. Covid-19 has led to a few obstacles that schools are having to deal with when setting up their summer programs. With the state policies to social distance, Lewiston has decided to create a conditioning program that allows us to follow state guidelines, but still continue to make our students better athletes. Mr. Iverson, Lewiston’s Athletic Director, has put together a program of different stations in the gym. Our idea is to make sure we are working on each student's fast twitch muscles. The objective is to help our student/athletes become faster, stronger, and have better agility. So far we have had good attendance. Students have a choice of two different times during the day to work out and we have seen almost 15 athletes in the gym each day. We believe every day we get into the gym that we are becoming better. Covid-19 has held us back, but we are making the most of what we have and are trying to help our athletes get better every day. Our hope is as the summer goes on and restrictions become less, our athletes will be able to get into the weight room and be back to our normal summer routine. It is important for us to lift, but also work on the things that will make our students better athletes overall. We are very proud of all the students waking up early and coming in and working hard for us.

Pioneer All-Conference Basketball

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PAWNEE, RICHARDSON COUNTIES - The 2019-20 Pioneer Conference Basketball Teams were recently announced with eleven of our area student-athletes named to the exclusive list.

Bowling Results

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High Team Scratch Series: The Boosters 1139. High Team Scratch Game: The Boosters 429.