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The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family Jr. High football finished the season with a record of 3-1. The Bulldogs defeated Elba 35-7, Spalding Academy 32-22 and East Butler 46-40. The lone loss was to Neligh-Oakdale in a 6-Man/8-Man hybrid game 36-8. Pictured, front row, left to right, are Gavin Groteluschen, Braden Johnson, Nick Stock, Seth Preister, Miciah Mohrman, Chance Lindhorst and Tyler Reichmuth. Back row, Caden Brandl, Blake Ransom, Owen Kurtenbach, Colter Schneider, Cejay Dahlberg, Cooper Herchenbach, Camron Reichmuth, Cole Preister and Zack Petersen. Not pictured are Gavin Sims and Nick Spires. The Bulldogs were coached by Andy Bishop and Matt Bertrand. Courtesy photo

Lady Bulldogs top Twin River, lose to Howells-Dodge

The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family girls split a pair of games here Saturday.

They dropped a hard-fought match against Howells-Dodge 29-27, 25-21 and took care of Twin River 25-13, 25-8.

Against the Lady Jaguars, H-LHF managed just 17 kills, with Addison Schneider leading the team with eight.

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