WOW!!! Take a look at some of what we’ve been doing!!!
Teri Johnston elected Mayor of Key West FL in 2018!
Did you know we have an Olympic Silver Medalist among us? Juliene Brazinski-Simpson, take a bow!
Juliene Brazinski-Simpson inducted into National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame
Lois Stuflick and many of the ladies switched from JFK to Parsons College
After 50 years, Manstedt will leave his wrestling shoes on the mat on Saturday Read the story at the Journal Star https://journalstar.com/sports/high-school/wrestling/class-d-state-wrestling-after-years-manstedt-will-leave-his/article_28e0435f-14e7-5c69-bf7d-154435771d5b.html?utm_medium=social
Gail Hartigan inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame and KMA Sports Hall of Fame
Wednesday, August 22 2012 @ 12:34 pm CDT
Contributed by: Cyndy Lammert
I am writing this as it appeared in the Des Moines Register newspaper earlier this summer.
"High Schools: National hall honors pair of Iowa coaches
Two legendary southwest Iowa high school coaches, Treynor's Gail Hartigan and Woodbine's Phil Hummel, were inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association's Hall of Fame last week.
Hartigan has coached basketball, volleyball and track at Treynor. She has won more than 600 career basketball games and won the 1994 state title. She shared the Des Moines Register's high school coach of the year honors that season."
KMA Sports Hall of Fame Inductee: Gail Hartigan
Aug 18, 2016
Today's inductee is one of the state's greatest basketball coaches. Treynor's Gail Hartigan has won nearly 700 games in her incredible career that also includes 13 state tournament appearances and the 1994 state championship.
Jim Cantrell selected to create official 2017 Kentucky Derby posters…visit them at their Bardstown Art Gallery/Thomas Merton Book Collection location
Brian Hill coaches Orlando Magic to 1995 NBA Playoffs
Don Clark Retires in 2019 as longest-serving elected county official in Saunders County
Carl Wirth recounts JFK College at Saunders County Historical Museum
Harold Nolan takes first in age group on 3000 meter in ‘06 Masters Track and Field Event
M55 3000 METER RUN
World Record: 8:58.7 Gunther Hasselmann (GER) 12/14/80
American Record: 9:30.09 Nolan Shaheed (CA) 03/11/05
All-American Standard: 11:15
10:11.14 HAROLD NOLAN (111)
10:11.30 ROGER PRICE (134)
10:24.49 REID HARTER (134)
10:35.05 RONALD PATE (134)
10:58.29 RICHARD DIEDRICH (124)
11:03.55 RANDY TAYLOR (134)
11:08.0h SETH BERGMANN (007)
11:52.86 CHARLES BISHOP (110)
11:55.43 PHILIP RIPOSO (134)
12:01.15 JEFFREY PARKMAN (005)
12:21.7h RICH NICKLAS (041)
12:24.49 RALPH JOSEPHSON (048)
12:33.8h J J WIND (047)
13:26.7h CARL GROSSMAN (040)
13:47.9h PHIL KRACHUN (041)
14:29.65 MARVIN RIPP (066)
Rock Castellano’s Modified Theory of Gravitation (don’t even try to read unless you were a physics
OR MATH MAJOR!)