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WHEW.......HHS TO HOST ALMA
Activities Director Tim Lanik made the right call on a coin flip via telephone to determine whether 6-2 Alma or 6-2 Hemingford would be the host next Thursday at 2PM in a First Round matchup in the 2016 D-1 Nebraska State Football Play-offs.
Besides saving some gas money, the chance to host will allow more local Bobcat fans to again enjoy the State Play-off atmosphere.
The two schools were tied in NSAA Power points after all other tie-breakers had been exhausted.
This year there are many solid teams in the play-offs, as a 6-2 team rarely travels in the first round.
Alma has played a decent schedule, only dropping games to (8-0) Elm Creek and (7-1) Med Vallley.
Alma will be the ninth seed and Hemingford the eighth seed in the very competitive western bracket
2016 Results for Alma
Dundy County-Stratton D1 (5-3) (W 47-14)
Northern Valley, KS (Almena, KS) D2 (3-5) (W 63-20)
Franklin D1 (1-7) ( W 49-8)
Medicine Valley D1 (7-1) ( L 30-31)
Cambridge D1 (4-4) (W 44-30)
Bertrand D1 (2-6) (W 46-18)
Elm Creek D1 (8-0) ( L 32-58)
Southwest D1 (2-6) (W 56-34)
See you all at Bobcat Field Thursday afternoon at 2PM!
Great Job Cats!
2016 National School Lunch Week
National School Lunch Week finished up last Friday at noon with the kids favorite meal of chili and cinnamon rolls. Elementary kids colored, solved puzzles, and did crosswords to hang on the cafeteria walls to join in the fun. Phyllis finished up by handing out certificates to those keeping our program up to date.
Thank you to Food Service Manager Phyllis Jesse, and her wonderful assistants, Tammy Wickham, Sylvia Reinmuth, and Amy Honstein for all of their hard work in the kitchen and for the delicious, nutricious meals !
Some of the favorite stations for the students were karate, pound fit, and boot camp. The day was filled with fun educational activities. Students learned how to read food labels and understand portion control. They were taught the importance of healthy snacks and activity levels to balance healthy lifestyles. The Nebraska Beef Council helped sponsor a delicious lunch from Arby's. The students really enjoyed the day and look forward to putting their knowledge to work.
A big thanks to the Panhandle Public Health team for making this day possible.
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