Nebraska high school track and field charts from the 2018 season, updated through May 6.c-.24 added to hand-held timeBoys 100C: Dylan Kautz, Norfolk Catholic, 10.55A: Zion Perry, Lincoln High, 10.68Alex Nelson, Elkhorn South, 10.76Miko Maessner, Kearney, 10.80B: Chris Busby, Scottsbluff, 10.84Noah Velinsky, Creighton Prep, 10.85Jake Knott, Elkhorn South, 10.89Casey Renken, Kearney, 10.91Luke Reimer, Lincoln North Star, 10.92Dillon Damme, Beatrice, 10.95Also:D: Braiden Gomez, Axtell, 11.04c200A: Alex Nelson, Elkhorn South, 21.39C: Dylan Kautz, Norfolk Catholic, 21.64cMiko Maessner, Kearney, 21.73Zion Perry, Lincoln High, 21.94Noah Velinsky, Creighton Prep, 22.03Casey Renken, Kearney, 22.07B: Chris Busby, Scottsbluff, 22.15Lucas Arps, Fremont, 22.22William Spethman, Lincoln Pius X, 22.28Andrew Mahoney, Beatrice, 22.38Also:D: Braiden Gomez, Axtell, 23.04c400D: Brent Wetovick, Fullerton, 49.34A: Alex Nelson, Elkhorn South, 49.57Lucas Arps, Fremont, 49.95LeeAaron Berks, Lincoln High, … [Read more...] about Nebraska high school track and field charts, May 6
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Track District 29-5A At Floresville Boys Teams: 1, Uvalde 167; 2, Southside 152; 3, Eagle Pass Winn 128; 4, Floresville 65; 5, Harlandale 56; 6, McCollum 45; 7, Southwest Legacy 5. 100: 1, Paul Maldonado, Southside 11.44 2, Caleb Camarrillo, Southside 11.46 3, Mychael Humphery, Harlandale 11.47. 200: 1, Noah Smith, Uvalde 23.28 2, Paul Maldonado, Southside 23.78 3, Anthony Bononcini, McCollum 23.80. 400: 1, Mariano Hernandez, Eagle Pass Winn 51.61 2, Xavier Enriquez, Harlandale 54.10 3, Marcos Martinez, Uvalde 54.50. 800: 1, Yosio Limon, Eagle Pass Winn 2:07.30 2, Moises Villarreal, Eagle Pass Winn 2:07.71 3, Nathan Rodriguez, Southside 2:09.06. 1,600: 1, Nathan Rodriguez, Southside 4:53.57 2, Yosio Limon, Eagle Pass Winn 4:57.39 3, Ricardo Garcia, Eagle Pass Winn 4:57.76. 110 hurdles: 1, Joseph Villarreal, Eagle Pass Winn 16.99 2, Davonte Perez, Southside 17.24 3, Kyle Ferrel, Floresville 17.67. 300 hurdles: 1, Julian Nambo, Floresville 43.59 … [Read more...] about Saturday’s high school track, tennis, golf, softball results
Track & field Thursday’s Results District 26-6A At Heroes Stadium Boys Shot put: 1, D’Wayne Anthony, Madison 50-8 1/4 2, Brandon Smith, Reagan 47-5 3, Carson Pharris, Reagan 47-0 3/4 4, Sam Brooks, Lee 47-0 1/4 5, Gavin Bolte, Churchill 44-9 6, Alex Brown, Johnson 44-0 1/4. Discus: 1, D’Wayne Anthony, Madison 148-1 2, Blake Ledwig, Reagan 142-1 3, John Guerra, Johnson 141-2 4, Sam Brooks, Lee 137-6 5, Seth Jaques, Churchill 135-5 6, Matt Latronico, Reagan 132-10. High jump: 1, Jack Scarborough, Johnson 6-8 2, Julius Nwosu, Madison 6-0 1/4 3, L. Capobianco, Churchill 6-0 4, Drew Ureste, Reagan 5-10 1/4 5, Logan Randle, Johnson 5-10 6, Emmanuel Toney, Johnson 5-6. Long jump: 1, Emmanuel Toney, Johnson 23-4 3/4 2, Moises Fokomla, Roosevelt 22-8 1/2 3, Malik Fletcher, Churchill 22-7 4, Rashad Owens, Roosevelt 21-7 5, Aaron Jolley, Johnson 20-11 6, Austin Bordovsky, Reagan 20-6 3/4. Triple jump: 1, Marcus Silvera, Lee 46-7 2, … [Read more...] about Thursday’s high school track, golf, softball results
Many adults have essentially thrown up their hands over the ubiquitous electronic tracking—via cellphones, computers and cameras strategically placed along the roadside and retail shelves—that has eliminated the concept of privacy as we knew it only a decade or so ago.But a 15-year-old is making a federal-court fight out of her San Antonio high school’s requirement that students to carry identification cards implanted with microchips that track their locations through the day, from classroom to lunchroom to restroom and in the hallways in between.Andrea Hernandez objects on religious grounds to the tracking in the suit she filed Nov. 30 with her father, Steve, reports the Wall Street Journal (sub. req.). Attorney Craig Wood, who represents the school district, says the devices are intended to help the high school qualify for maximum government funding by keeping an accurate count of everyone who attends. They also potentially enhance security by quickly pinpointing … [Read more...] about Student’s Lawsuit Tests High School’s Microchip ID Policy; Will Religion Trump Need to Count Heads?
Convicted at age 22 of a murder he says he didn’t commit, Jabbar Collins saw a bleak future ahead of him.Although he’d been working toward a general equivalency high-school diploma and trying to transfer to the John Jay College of Criminal Justice before his arrest, he was now facing more than 35 years behind bars, recounts the Wall Street Journal (sub. req.) in a lengthy article. Although he had been mystified during much of his trial, he now saw only one hope of escape–becoming his only lawyer.So for the next 15 years, using only the materials available to him in a computerless prison law library, he educated himself about New York criminal law and criminal procedure and legal writing fundamentals and researched his case.He filed seven requests for trial records, five appeals and a lawsuit over a two-year period before he obtained some of the materials he sought, he tells the newspaper. But that “kind of refilled the tanks” and “gave me the … [Read more...] about Convicted of Murder, High-School Dropout Researches Own Case for a Decade, Wins Release