The Bulldogs were back in action on Friday, September 17 at Douglas County West High School against the 2-1 Falcons.
John Stepongzi, one of six children of Albert and Tina (Furnari) Stepongzi, was born July 31, 1946, in Montclair, New Jersey. Growing up, John worked hard on the family farm. He graduated from Newton High School in 1965. From there he enlisted in the United States Army and was trained as a diesel mechanic. John was honorably discharged in 1968.
After gaining a 14-0 lead in the first quarter at Bulldog Stadium on Friday, September 10, the Auburn football team went into halftime down 20-14. The Bulldogs needed to find some second half momentum on homecoming night in order pull out the come from behind victory over the Trojans and avoid falling to 1-2 on the season.
The Johnson-Brock football team faced a tough assignment when Lourdes Central Catholic visited last Friday night. The Knights are ranked top five in Class D-1 this week by the Omaha daily newspapers following the 49-8 win over the Eagles.
Auburn High School’s home cross country invitational was supposed to happen on August 24, but with the temperatures peaking around 100 degrees, the invite was postponed until Tuesday, September 7 at the Auburn Country Club.