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HCS Week in Review October 5-10, 2020

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This past week was full of various events for the Huskies!

The Heartland golf team is headed to state! The girls qualified at Districts this past week with a team score of 392, placing 3rd to qualify. Districts were held at Hidden Acres golf course on Tuesday, October 6, in Beatrice. Individually, Elizabeth Mestl placed 2nd with a score of 82 and Maddie Miller placed third with a score of 87. Lincoln Christian’s Olivia Lovegrove, shot a 77 to place 1st. Lincoln Christian placed 1st with a team score of 378 and Lincoln Lutheran’s team placed second with a score of 383. The Huskies are headed to State golf Monday, October 12 and Tuesday, October 13. They will play in Columbus at the Elks Country Club. Good luck girls!

Ruby Kliewer, Lilly Carr, Elizabeth Mestl, Maddie Miller, Josie McCormick at District Golf

Nolan Boehr, Maddie Miller, Heath Perez, Lauren Quiring, Lisa Buller,
Aaron Goertzen, Alex Goertzen, Eli Hiebner, Mason Hiebner, Tyler Lewis, David Onnen, Christina Adamson, Maddie Maltsberger, Merrick Maltsberger, Cole Miller, Reeve Oswald, Fred Beck, Allie Boehr, Cheyenne Danielson, Andrew Franz, Ben Janzen, Jose Mesa, and Kayley Paitz participated in FFA Land Judging on Wednesday. Congrats to Alex Goertzen, Tyler Lewis, Aaron Goertzen, and Lauren Quiring who qualified for state by receiving 4th place at Districts!  State Competition will be October 28th around Seward.

Heartland’s Volleyball team participated in a triangular at Giltner on Tuesday. They defeated Giltner 2-1 and lost to Doniphan-Trumbull 0-2. The games scheduled for the rest of the week against Superior, Friend and Fillmore Central were cancelled due to Covid concerns. (Photo credit: Valarie Scheil)

Abigael Stebbing, Ava Tessman, and Naomi Onnen traveled to Seward on Wednesday to participate in the GFWC Nebraska Federation of Woman’s Club 17th Annual Young Woman’s Quiz Bowl. There were 27 teams from 18 different schools in attendance. The morning consisted of round robin matches that were used to determine the single-elimination tournament after lunch. During the morning rounds the team defeated Dorchester, lost a close match to Friend and lost to Cross County. Based on our record and our point total from the round robin matches, we were awarded the 6th seed. We competed against the team from Friend again and lost another close match. None of these young ladies were members of the high school team last year, so I was really proud of how they performed and represented Heartland! (Coach Heidi Widick)

Ava Tessman, Abigael Stebbing and Naomi Onnen at Young Women’s Quiz Bowl

The Heartland Band performed in full uniform for the public on Thursday morning. Looking good Huskies! (photo credit: Valerie Nunnenkamp)

The Football team played an exciting game against Exeter-Milligan on Friday. Both teams seemed well matched with almost identical passing yardage and close rushing yards (EM: 184, Heartland 153). The halftime score was tied at 14-14. However, the Timberwolves outscored the Huskies in the third (16-14) and fourth (8-0) quarters to end the game in favor of Exeter-Milligan 38-28. (Photo credit: Taylor Siebert)

Next Week:
Monday & Tuesday – State Golf
Tuesday: Volleyball @ David City 5:00/6:00/7:00
Wednesday: School Picture Day
Thursday: Volleyball @ Sutton 5:00/6:00/7:00
Friday: Football @ Ravenna 7:00

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