The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family boys will get a chance to win back-to-back titles.
St. Francis is heading back to state.
Courtesy photo The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family seventh-grade girls basketball team beat Millard North to win the championships at the Snow Jam in Kearney. Pictured is coach Tara Korth, Rachel Martensen, Faith Korth, Chloie Korth, Claire Korth, Emily Dohmen, Alexis Groteluschen, Emma Groteluschen and assistant coach Ryan Dohmen
Courtesy photos “Jars of Clay” were the focus of the reconciliation service held on Ash Wednesday at St. Francis kick-started Lent. Students from preschool up to the senior class gathered in the gym to listen as Father Wayne Pavela read from scripture and explained the importance of service and the way the “jars of clay” theme shows the importance of serving others through prayer, fasting, and almsgiving this Lenten season. During the Last Supper Jesus humbled himself in service to the disciples by washing their feet using a jar of clay to hold the water. We can use his example of selflessness as we start our journey through the desert of Lent on the way to the oasis of Easter. Father Wayne then separated the students into to groups for the activity, which included discussion and drawing of clay jars and filling them with ways to serve others throughout this Lenten season. After the posters were complete and the preschoolers were antsy all grades had joined once more for a final prayer and then sent off to serve one another.
Five missed shots from pointblank, and the frustration only grew from there. The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family girls saw their season end Friday, upset by Harrington Cedar Catholic 71-59 in the final of the Class D1-4 at Norfolk High School.