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HCS Week in Review: February 24-29, 2020

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The Huskie boys played in two sub-district basketball games at Shelby High School this week. On Tuesday, they played against Riverside. They won 54-44 allowing them to advance to the second round on Thursday evening.

Thursday’s game was against Fullerton. This exciting game went into overtime with the Huskies losing by 3 points, 69-66. The Huskies received a wild card into a sub-state game on Tuesday evening, March 3, at Kearney Catholic High School against Southern Valley at 6:00 p.m. If they win this game, they will play at the State Championship games in Lincoln beginning March 12. Come cheer the Huskies on to State!

(Due to this game, the high school band and choir concert, originally scheduled for Tuesday evening has been moved to Thursday, March 5 at 7:30 p.m.)

Check out the articles from the York News Times on last week’s games:
Heartland vs. Riverside
Heartland vs. Fullerton

Congratulations to all four Heartland Robotics teams as they made it to State Competition on Saturday, February 29!

Robotics team members off to State Odessa Ohrt, Timberly Carr, Kaelyn Buller, Lauren Quiring, Tobin Glinsmann, Tyler Lewis, Eli Hiebner, Heath Perez, Owen Mierau, Harmon Perez, John Edelman, Cooper Regier, Alex Goertzen, Wyatt Panko, Dawson Ohrt Aaron Goertzen
Timberly Carr, Kaelyn Buller, Lauren Quiring, Harmon Perez, Alex Goertzen and John Edelman at State Robotics
Aaron Goertzen, Dawson Ohrt, and Wyatt Panko at State Robotics

Error 423-Team  consisting of Lauren Quiring, Timberly Carr, Odessa Ohrt, and Kaelyn Buller placed 11th in Tournament Competition. They qualified for Finals and made it to the second round.

Paranoid Android consisting of Aaron Goertzen, Wyatt Panko, Cooper Regier, and Dawson Ohrt placed 30th in Tournament Competition. They qualified for Finals but were eliminated first round.

Motor Head consisting of Alex Goertzen, Harmon Perez, Owen Mierau, and John Edelman placed 24th in Tournament Competition. They also qualified for Finals but were eliminated first round.

Robo Ruckus consisting of Tobin Glinsmann, Heath Perez, Tyler Lewis, and Eli Hiebner placed 32nd in tournament competition.

(Robotics photos and information courtesy of Marc Regier, Robotics Coach)

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