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Meet the Seniors...

Christoper Cauthon

What is your full name? A nickname? Christopher Logan Chance Cauthon. Logie or Crispy Creme.   What is your birth date? July 12th, 2001.   Who are your parents and siblings? Tonya Abraham and Glen Cauthon. My two older sisters Crystal and Sabrina Cauthon, and my older brother Shon Abraham.     What extra-curricular activities have you been involved . . .

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Creighton Marching Band Competes In Pierce

The Creighton Band participated in the Pierce Marching Contest. Everyone performed exceptionally well and they managed to march away with an excellent rating and most improved trophy. The band was directed by Mr. Stevens and he thought they did a pretty good job. The Bulldogs continue their marching season on Saturday in Grand Island at the Harvest of Harmony Parade. Good Luck Bulldogs!! Woof Woof!!

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Bulldogs Battle the Cougars

    Creighton Bulldogs battled it out against the Niobrara/Verdigre Cougars. The first quarter was slow as it took the Bulldogs a little bit to get started, they eventually found their rhythm in the second quarter. Brayden Zimmerer and Thad Hazen both had one-hundred rushing yards. Clay Curtis led the defense with 9 tackles, one fumble, and one interception.  . . .

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Lady Dawgs Put Up a Good Fight

Randolph defeated the Bulldog volleyball team 13-25, 19-25, and 10-15 in Randolph on Tuesday, October 1st.  Sierra Nielsen led with 6 kills and Charlize Wilmes had 5. Christen Curtis led with 6 set assists and Maycee Zimmerer had 5. Charlize had an ace serve. Averi Diedrichsen and Maycee Zimmerer both had 10 digs. The JVs lost their game in two sets. The C team won their third game in . . .

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TeamMates Mentoring Program

  Dr. Tom and Nancy Osborne started the TeamMates Mentoring Program in 1991 with 22 University of Nebraska-Lincoln football players and 22 Lincoln middle school students.   Coach Osborne felt the athletes in his program could make an impact on the students.   Of the 22 original mentees, 21 went on to graduate from high school while one left . . .

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