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Members of the Perkins County track team at the beginning of the season include (front row, l-r): Jaci Kurkowski, Laura Dreiling, Jack Kohl, Nathan Kemling, Jack Kennicutt, Colton Heinemann, Charles Johnson. Second row: Evan Sestak, Hailey Snyder, Aryn Seiler, Caden Waitley, Jaden Dietlien, Blake Plugge, Matthew Hahn, Domonic Wendell, Keegan Sims. Third row: Matthew McClung, Caleb Lagler, Irvin Reyes, Trye Hickey, Brenden Pankonin, Alex Patrick, Emilio Perez, Spencer Ross. Back row: Hannah Kempf, Danielle Burge, Rylee Huff, Brandon Knoles, Bryder Hickey and Werner Winkel. Not pictured: Chris Terry, Jarin Tines, Maggie Earl, Emma Schrotberger, Miah Long.

Home meet first for Plainsmen

This year’s track season will kick off Thursday, March 22, when the Plainsmen play host to Chase County, South Platte, Dundy County Stratton and Wauneta-Palisade in a meet set to begin at 3:30 p.m.

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Senior Josh Johnston stalls in mid-air to send the ball to the hoop over Ponca’s defense. Johnston was the top scorer of the game with 14 points.

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Jack Kohl, a PC senior takes, the ball down the court at Lincoln Southeast during the first round of the state tournament on Thursday, March 8.

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Junior Spencer Ross sails past the defender, taking the ball to the hoop in the game against the Ponca Indians last week.

Plainsmen fall to Ponca in Lincoln

 For the first time in 10 years, the Perkins County Plainsmen boys basketball team made the trip to the state tournament. 


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