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Junior High Football Season is Complete

26-0 "Wind Bowl" Victory over Kimball

By Collins, Joe | October 16, 2012

“The Junior High Football team wrapped up a successful season by splitting games with Kimball on Tuesday, October 16 th . The B Team played with great effort, but ended up falling short 0-12. Penalties and a little lack of focus at the . . . read more Feedback

Junior High Cats Finish Undefeated Season

Four Wins in the Book !

By Olson, Brad

The Junior High Bobcat football team finished an undefeated season last Thursday night at Bobcat field hosting the Crawford rams.  Leading the cats to victory was Ethan Skinner with a culmination of four touchdown . . . read more Feedback

UNDEFEATED!

Junior High Football Team is Perfect

by Staff | October 1, 2008

The 2008-09 version of Hemingford Junior High Football has finished their season undefeated, with a 4-0 record. Coaches Olson and Hiemstra are to be congratulated, as well as all of the players. Wins came over Hay . . . read more Feedback 3

Jr. High Cats pounce on Dogs

Finish Season Undefeated! (4-0)

by Brad Olson | September 30, 2008

Bobcat Stadium was the host site for yet another awesome football game last Tuesday night the 23 rd of Sept.  The Cats came out of the locker room with fire in their eyes and desire in their hearts to beat the older brother from . . . read more Feedback

Cats Ground the Hawks

by Brad Olson | September 27, 2008

A foggy Saturday morning on the 27 th of Sept was a beautiful setting for a wonderful start of a football weekend.  The Jr. Cats started off the weekend right with a huge win against the Hay Springs Hawks.  The Cats came out in . . . read more Feedback 1

Hemingford Jr. High Football Tames the Mustangs  

by Brad Olson | September 23, 2008

The Hemingford Junior High Football started their season off right Sept. 18th when they headed to Rushville to face off with the Gordon Rushville Mustangs.  The Cats which are composed of seven seventh graders and eleven eighth . . . read more Feedback 2

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