Cobras Logan Wells (shown above, middle) and Kyler Vance (far right) bound over the hurdles in the middle of the 110m race at Tuesday's meet in Holton. Both earned key points that helped the JH boys finish runner-up as a team at the meet.
  So far this track season, the weather has been pretty agreeable on meet days and the Jackson Heights athletes have been taking advantage of that. Tuesday in Holton was another example of that.
Jackson Heights Elementary School students sang patriotic songs during their spring program "Hurray!
Brian Tichenor with Impact World Tour demonstrated his strength by breaking through 10 bricks during an event last Thursday at Royal Valley High School's gymnasium.
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Wildcat Ali Morris (shown above, at left) puts a ball in play in the second game of a road doubleheader in Seneca last Thursday. Morris and the HHS softball team got off to a strong start in the season-opener, sweeping Nemaha Central.
  After a long wait and several practices, the Holton softball team might have been getting a little stir-crazy before their season-opener in Seneca on Thursday.
Jackson Heights prom-goers were treated to a dinner of chicken alfredo, garlic bread, salad and other items prior to the dance at the school’s gymnasium Saturday.
Cobras Logan Wells (shown above, middle) and Kyler Vance (far right) bound over the hurdles in the middle of the 110m race at Tuesday's meet in Holton. Both earned key points that helped the JH boys finish runner-up as a team at the meet.
Wildcat Ali Morris (shown above, at left) puts a ball in play in the second game of a road doubleheader in Seneca last Thursday. Morris and the HHS softball team got off to a strong start in the season-opener, sweeping Nemaha Central.
Panther Caitlin Burns (shown above) puts a ball in play in the second game of a doubleheader in Holton on Monday, sparking a big inning for her team. Royal Valley had a lot of those on Monday in a pair of victories, 16-4 and 10-1, over Holton to move to 11-1 on the season.
  If Monday’s doubleheader between the Holton and Royal Valley softball teams was a little bit anticlimactic, it may have had a little bit to do with timing. With the Wildcats playing just their fourth series of the season in only their second week of competition, you could say the Panthers had a...
Holton's Aaron Bain (shown above, at left) sees the ball down in the outfield before taking off to score while Royal Valley's Noah Hart (right) waits for the relay throw. The teams split the series on Monday, with the Wildcats picking up an 11-2 victory in game one and the Panthers closing out the doubleheader with a 7-1 victory.
  All signs pointed to Monday’s doubleheader between the Holton and Royal Valley baseball teams being a pretty evenly matched affair. Both the Wildcats and Panthers sported similar records heading into the match-up with each team having its hits and misses so far this year. Monday’s games were a...
Cobras Logan Wells (shown above, middle) and Kyler Vance (far right) bound over the hurdles in the middle of the 110m race at Tuesday's meet in Holton. Both earned key points that helped the JH boys finish runner-up as a team at the meet.
  So far this track season, the weather has been pretty agreeable on meet days and the Jackson Heights athletes have been taking advantage of that. Tuesday in Holton was another example of that. “Overall, I thought we competed pretty well Tueday,” JH coach Lyle Alley said. “We just had several...
Jackson Heights Elementary School students sang patriotic songs during their spring program "Hurray! For the U.S.A.!" The concert was held Tuesday evening, and members of the first-grade class performed "I'm A Yankee Doodle Dandy" and "It's In Your Hands." First-grade students pictured in the photo...

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Jackson Heights Elementary School students sang patriotic songs during their spring program "Hurray!

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Panther Caitlin Burns (shown above) puts a ball in play in the second game of a doubleheader in Holton on Monday, sparking a big inning for her team. Royal Valley had a lot of those on Monday in a pair of victories, 16-4 and 10-1, over Holton to move to 11-1 on the season.
  If Monday’s doubleheader between the Holton and Royal Valley softball teams was a little bit anticlimactic, it may have had a little bit to do with timing. With the Wildcats playing...

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