Better late than never is an old adage and is appropriate in this situation. A very busy end of March and early April made the aging SID to forget a few things. One of the things that was almost forgotten was to name the Peru State Bobcat Athletes of the Month for March.
SEVEN JOHNSON-BROCK High School students play for the 2021 Nebraska City/Lourdes Baseball Team. Members of this year’s team, which currently has a 2-7 record, are (from left) Ryan Bohling, Sloan Pelican, Thomas Gerdes, Kade Davis, Peyton Grotrian, Zac Hawley and David Gerdes. photo submitted
THE AUBURN HIGH SCHOOL Girls Soccer Team has a 2-5 record after recent action. The Bulldogs beat 2-7 visiting Crete by a 6-3 score on April 13 but lost at 4-6 Omaha Concordia 0-3 on April 16.
The Johnson-Brock High School track teams opened the outdoor track and field season Tuesday, April 6 at the Thunderbird Invitational in Tecumseh. The boys took sixth of 12 schools with the girls finishing 10th of 11.
THURSDAY MORNING, April 1, Logan Cash signed to play football with the Peru State College (PSC) Bobcats. Cash will be majoring in criminal justice and play inside linebacker. Front row, from left, are Sara Whited, Cash’s mother; Cash and Mitch Roberts, Johnson-Brock Eagles head football coach. Back row, from left, are Ben Ideus, PSC Coach Lou Varley, Brett Davis and Tim Newman. Davis, Ideus and Newman are Johnson-Brock assistant coaches. In 2019, Cash was named All-District first team offense and second team defense. Last year he repeated as All-District first team offense adding first team defensive honors. Cash was chosen Pioneer Conference second team offense in 2019. photo submitted