State Football Pep Rally!

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On Friday, November 17th a pep rally was held for the football team making it to state. The first game was guess the legs. Each senior boy had to take off their shoes and show their legs, they hid behind the tarp and the coaches had to guess which legs belonged to whom. The coaches had photos of each face and that they had to stick them on the tarp to guess each player. Two dads stood in for their sons to add some humor and challenge.

The second game was the Jackie Legs Race named for Mr. Armes. Each player had to catch a foam football in their shirt and jump to halfcourt like a kangaroo.

The third game was the NFL Celebration. Each team had to come up with a celebration they would do if they played for the NFL. The student section then got to cheer for who had the best celebration. Shawnie said, “The NFL Celebrations game was my favorite, because it was funny and made me laugh.” The best celebration was the bowling ball with pins.

The pep rally was a big success getting the student body excited for the big game on Monday. The Bobcats ended their season with a 2nd place finish with a devastating loss to BDS. The school is very proud of their accomplishments throughout the season.

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The Football Flew by the Cougars in a Blaze

 

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The game begins and right out of the gate our boys in blue dominate the field! This Thursday, 26th of October the Blue Hill Bobcats’ Football Team crushed the Central Valley Cougars.

From the start you could tell the Bobcats would blow them away. They defended. They scored. They lead the lead in the first quarter with 48 – 0. Though the second quarter the speedy Cougars got past the line, we gained it right back in the last minute. Half-time scoring of 52 – 6. By now the Bobcats switched out their lineup and gave the other team a chance. The third quarter ended at 60 – 12. With our last quarter, the Cougars stopped us from making any more scores and sped theirs up, but in the end, we WON with 60 – 18. Grant Streff, Senior, states, “Our goal ever since the start of the year was to finish what we started last year, and we will see if we can.”

The Bobcat’s Football Team is owning the field and ready to face North Central, November 1st, on our home field!

Bobcats Roll the Raiders

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September 29th was a night to remember as the Bobcats rolled over the Lawrence- Nelson Raiders despite the Raider’s 18-14 lead the first half. Coach Streff said,” it was a tail of two halves we made a lot of mistakes the first half and the second half we played much cleaner and pulled it away from them.”

The final score was 40-24 keeping the winning seasons going for the Blue Hill Bobcats. With this win, the Bobcats remain undefeated this season.

Season Kicks off with New Traditions and a Bobcat Win

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The Blue Hill Spirit Squad got quite the workout as the Blue Hill football team defeated the Meridian Mustangs on Friday, August 24.

This year the Spirit Squad is starting a new tradition of doing kicks and push-ups for all points scored. They do push-ups for 30 points and then switch to kicks.

The final score was 58-8, giving the spirit squad quite the workout.

The bobcats are expected to keep the tradition alive and go far this year in the Nebraska state playoffs.

Another new addition this fall for the cheerleaders is stunting, which includes a basic lift while the girls are cheering.

With the changes to spirit squad and a talented group of football athletes, this fall will be a great season to follow.

Brown Signs to UNK

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By Becky Cox

PeeWee to high school, and now to college football. At the young age of 10, Collin Brown started his football career and now he will officially become a UNK Loper next Fall.

During 4th grade, Brown joined his first football team, the Hastings Chargers. All his life, Collin has been a bit bigger than most of the other kids on his team. That has made it possible for him to play Offensive and Defensive line since his start in the sport. By 6th grade, Collin was truly in love with football. Between his 6th and 7th year of school, Brown realized he wanted to go all to way: To play collegiate. And that dream has now come true.

For the past 5 months, Collin, along with some family support, has traveled all over the midwest visiting colleges, trying to find the right one for him. After many days traveling, football camps, and hard thinking, he made his choice.

As of this week, Collin Brown will officially become a UNK Loper next August. When asked what the deciding factor was, he said, “My head, heart, and gut is at UNK.” He is very excited to be part of a new family. His only fear is the college life that accompanies his choice to play in college.