Jessica Hoffman is the 18 year old daughter of Tim and Jennifer Hoffman. The alarm gets snoozed...multiple times before Jessica is ready to think about anything. Jessica is planning to attend UNL and major in Pre-Health in radiation sciences. Scholarships has been the most challenging task for Jessica. In 10 years plans to work as a radiation therapist and have a family. Her favorite class ever was Med Term. When it comes to . . .
The Creighton wrestlers made their way to state wrestling in Omaha, Nebraska. The wrestlers competed Thursday night through Friday evening, but unfortunately did not make it to Saturday. Coach Trace Baasch stated, “I am very proud of these boys, not just the ones that made it to state but the whole team. It was unfortunate that we did not make it further, but I am still very proud of them.” Jorgan Condon, sophomore, in . . .
Last week, February 12th-16th, Creighton’s FCCLA chapter kicked off their National FCCLA week celebration for this year. Each day they played fun games during both lunch periods throughout the week. On Thursday, the members wore official dress and held a Creighton staff appreciation breakfast that morning. Next week, they will have their annual FCCLA Peer Ed Retreat in Kearney, Nebraska. Special shoutout to Janice Nelson, as she . . .
Ella White, Ethan Kuhlman, Ian Crockett, Jordyn Coutts, Mia Dartman, Olivia Kuhlman, Payton Schroeder, and Taylor Nilson competed at Crofton's speech meet on Saturday, February 17th. Taylor Nilson placed 4th in varsity extemporaneous speaking. The speech team will travel to Laurel on Saturday, February 24th for their next invite.
The speech team competed at Wausa’s speech meet on Saturday, February 8th. Speaker Ian Crockett placed 5th in JV extemporaneous speaking, Deric Sayers finished with 5th place in JV entertainment, and lastly, Ella White finished with 2nd place in JV entertainment. The speech team competes in Crofton on Saturday with the first round beginning at 8:00 A.M. Good luck to the Creighton Speech team!
The Creighton Lady Bulldogs played against the Bloomfield Bees for their first round of sub districts on February 12th in Elgin. In the first quarter of the game, the Bees scored 12 points, and the Bulldogs scored 13 points. The second quarter of the game finished with the Bees scoring 12 points and the Bulldogs scoring 19 points. The first half of the game concluded with the Bloomfield Bees scoring 24 points and the Bulldogs scoring . . .
The Bulldog wrestlers traveled to Pleasanton on February 10, 2024 to compete at the district wrestling meet. Joseph Barnell went 4-1 and placed 3rd, Jorgan Condon went 4-1 placing 3rd as well, Jacob Hanvey went 1-2, Isaac Fanta went 2-2, and Brandon Pavelka went 0-2. Joseph Barnell and Jorgan Condon both fought their way to qualify for the state wrestling meet! Coach Baasch stated, “The boys wrestled very hard and left everything . . .
On February 8, 2024, the Bulldogs traveled to Bloomfield, Nebraska to play the Bloomfield Bees. The Bulldogs had a couple of scorers on the court Thursday night. Charlie Rohrer was the lead scorer with 22 points followed by Taylor Nilson with 9 points; Braxton Eggerling had 8 points, Ethan Kuhl had 4 points, and James Fanning had 3 points, making this a total of 46 points. The Bloomfield Bees unfortunately did take a lead with 71 points. . . .
Karlie Jueden is the 18 year old daughter of Kyla and Andy Jueden. Her first thought when she wakes up in the morning is how tired she is and how she wants to go back to bed. Karlie plans to obtain a bachelor’s degree in elementary education at Western Governors University and to move out of her parent’s house. Her favorite class has been Introduction to Professional Education taught by Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Strope assigned the . . .
The Creighton Lady Bulldogs played against the O’Neill Eagles on February 5th in Creighton. In the first quarter of the game, the Eagles scored 11 points, and the Bulldogs scored 7 points. The first half of the game ended with the Eagles scoring 21 points, and the Bulldogs scoring 9 points. In the first half of the game, Creighton's scorers included Jordyn Ebel with 5 points, Jessica Hoffman with 6 points, Aspen . . .