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Maddie AndersonJunior Kelsey Griess and sophomore Hannah Fields work together to trap a Red Cloud player. The Lady Cards played Red Cloud at home on January 9 and finished on top with a score of 38-22.
By Julio Marquez It’s been more than 7 years since Harvard has seen the girls basketball team have a winning streak of three or more games. In early January, this year’s team broke the curse. Their three consecutive wins were against Red Cloud, Kenesaw, and McCool Junction. Coach Jaren Zimmerman said, “I have told the girls from the very beginning that they have the potential to accomplish some great things, to be a . . . read more
Mrs. PolacekMembers of this year’s Oral Interpretation of Drama (O.I.D.) include Ray Nierman, Maddie Anderson, Lynnae Bennett, and Levi Bennett. The title of their piece is “Ten Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocolypse” by Don Zolidis. They will compete for the first time in February.
By Giulliano Cruci Speech is an NSAA (Nebraska School Activities Association) activity. Students compete in speaking events, including Interpretative Speaking and Public Speaking. Public speaking includes Informative Speaking, Persuasive Speaking, Entertainment Speaking, and Extemporaneous Speaking. The Interpretative . . . read more
Mrs. ReutzelHall Runner Coffee Crew (from left): Imelda Boyce, Mr. Thad Fields, Bethani Martin, Memo Boyce, Cesar Ramirez, Ms. Jaren Zimmerman, and Tyler Lewellyn.
By Leysa Ledezma Although this may not be Starbucks, Harvard middle school students deserve recognition, as they have run a classroom barista shoppe Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for two consecutive years. Not to brag, but the Hall Runner Coffee offers something Starbucks doesn’t offer: delivery service to teachers. . . . read more
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