Nemaha Herald


Bobcat women’s cross country head coach Katy Billings recently announced the signing of Peru State’s fourth recruit for the 2015 season. Emily Slama (Peru), a current Peru State student and 2014 Auburn High School graduate, signed her letter of intent to officially become a Bobcat cross country team member. With Slama’s signing, Coach Billings will have 11 runners next fall, the most ever for a Bobcat squad.

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The Johnson-Brock Eagles took a 7-11 record into their Tuesday night, Feb. 24, Subdistrict D2-1 opener against 10-12 Parkview Christian at Auburn High School. Friday night, Feb. 20, the Eagles concluded their home schedule with a 40-60 loss to Mead, which raised its season record to 18-3. “Although the scoreline shows differently, this was a very competitive game. A few plays here and there really made the difference. Mead scored at the end of the first, second and third quarter, which would cause huge hits to our momentum. I thought our boys played really hard, kept our turnovers down (only 11) and played well in spurts. We still had a few too many lapses and it cost us in the end. Mead is one of the most fundamentally sound teams we have played, and this game was a great prep for subdistricts this week,” Eagles Coach Nick Krenk commented.

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