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  • BC Band is Featured on State Fair Website

    The Boyd County Jr./Sr. High band was one of 5 bands featured on the Nebraska State Fair Website and were also featured in the Grand Island Independent Newspaper. Click on the small picture to see more!

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  • Public Input on ARP Funds

    Boyd County Schools is seeking input on how to best spend our American Recovery Plan (ARP) funds. Boyd County Schools qualifies for $542,515 in grant allocations. We would like your opinion on how to best spend these funds. 

    Click here to fill out the survey.

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  • JH Spartans Fall to the Cougars

    The Boyd County Spartans traveled to Verdigre on Monday to play their second game of the season.  Spartans dropped a 26-6 decision to the Cougars.  The game started well for Boyd County, with Will Nelson securing a great kickoff return to open the game.  Unfortunately, the Spartans could not hold onto the momentum.  Charlie Adams scored the only touchdown for the Spartans.  The team will travel to Stuart to take on the Broncos on Monday, September 20th.

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  • Lady Spartans Host Dual with Elgin Public / Pope John

    September 9th Boyd County was host to the Wolfpack from EPPJ.  The ladies were fortunate to grab another full night of volleyball, playing C, JV and Varsity matches.  Each night on the court proves to be valuable as the team continues to gain confidence and build skills.  Spartan fans were out in force and added great energy to the gym for a fun night of volleyball competition.  

    The C match was close throughout in both sets.  In the first, EPPJ used a couple scoring runs to take the lead and not look back.  The second set was much closer as the Spartans got some offense going, but came up just short, 16-25 and 23-25.  Service points was led by Kaylee Bennett with 6 pts/2 aces and Sabrina Ziebro added 4 pts.  Elizabeth Bernt kept the offense going and recorded 9 set assists.  Brooklyn Eckert was productive with 3 kills and 16 digs.  Sabrina contributed 26 digs and Addison Birmeier also had 3 kills.  McKenzie Snyder got several touches at the net and recorded 3 blocks along with her 2 kills.

    JV Lady Spartans played a talented team in EPPJ.  Tough serving and an offensive attack were difficult to stop.  The first set caught the Spartans a bit off and could never get a rally going.  Set two started off well with a quick 4-0 lead and was a close back and forth battle until the midway point when EPPJ went on a 12-point serving run and Boyd County couldn't break serve.   Lady Spartans lost in two 11-25, 15-25.  Brynn Almgren recorded 6 service pts/2 aces.  Lanie Lechtenberg led in kills with 2 and Hannah Widstrom added 1.  Addison Birmeier had 1 block.  Brynn was credited with the 3 set assists and defensively, Amelia Hakl had 6 digs with Emmie Holmberg adding 5.  

    The last match of the night would not disappoint.  Two evenly matched teams battled for 4 sets.  The atmosphere and excitement helped keep the court energy high and found the Spartans on top 25-22, 25-23, 27-29, 25-20.  Boyd County came out in set 1, served tough and worked the offense, taking the lead early and never looked back despite a late surge by EPPJ.  Set 2 saw the Spartans fall behind early forcing a time out at 8-13.  The girls would battle back to 22-20.  A missed serve by EPPJ and a couple side out points notched the win.  Set 3 was exciting from the start.  Both teams worked hard on every touch and played tough defense.  Boyd County fell behind early by as many as 4 and 5 points, but battled back to tie it at 17-17.  Spartans saw set point at 24-22, but EPPJ made it tough and pulled to 24-24.  After swapping points, extra points were required for the final score, with EPPJ taking set 3.  Set 4 required the Spartans to refocus and make every point count.  The lead would change several times throughout.  The offense was clicking for BC and defense was not letting anything hit the floor.  Boyd County would come out on top in the 4th to take the match 3-1.  

    Paige Drueke recorded 17 service pts / 2 aces, followed by Bentley Adams and Ryle Haun each adding 10.  Rylie Haun was credited with 45 set assists on the night.  A balance attack was led by Daydra Zeisler with 17, Haylie Carson 13, and Amelia Hofman 10.  Bentley Adams had 7 blocks and Daydra added 5.  Defensively Paige dug up 30 balls, Haylie added 27 and Amelia 25.

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  • BC Hosts XC Meet

    On Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021 the Spartan Cross Country Team did not have to travel very far to compete as Boyd County held its invitational at the Butte Golf Course.  Just under 100 runners from seven schools showed up to compete.

    Girls varsity runners were the first to compete on the 5K course.  Junior Natasha Zeisler competed for the first time this season.  Natasha finished in the medals in 7th place with a 23:32 time.  Zoe Kaczor, sophomore, completed the course in 32:24 finishing in 21st.

    Nathan Koenig, sophomore, finished in the medals in the boys race.  Koenig brought home the 15th place medal with a 20:27 time.  Freshman Grant McGill ran well finishing in 20th with a time of 22:01.  Evan Hammon, also a freshman, finished 23rd with a 22:50 time.  Junior Kaleb Kaczor rounded out the Spartan runners placing 27th with a 28:32 time.

    In the junior high girls division 8th grader ReNae Kluckman just missed her first medal of the season placing 11th overall with a 10:47 on the 2500 meter course.  7th graders Kaci Koenig and Addi Janousek finished 17th with a 11:41 time and 22nd with a 12:57 time respectively.

    The junior high boys had an unofficial team win as points for JH races are not officially calculated.  Will Nelson, 8th grader, won the division in a time of 9:20.  Finishing just nine seconds behind Nelson was Ethan Zeisler, also an 8th grader, with a 9:29 second place finish.  Another 8th grade teammate, Brook Strom, ran through the chute with a 9:51 time earning him the 4th place finish.  Alex Lechtenberg, also an 8th grader, finished in 12th place with a 13:48 time.  

    Congratulations to all the Spartan runners.  The Spartan Cross Country Team and their coaches, Liz Johnson and Kimberly Zeisler, would like to thank everyone who came out to help run the meet.  It is because of our Boyd County staff and community members that our meet runs as smoothly as it does.  We appreciate your support!  The Spartans tighten up the laces again on Monday, September 20th at the Bon Homme Country Club in Tyndall, SD. 

    Click the little picture above to see a slideshow!

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  • Ainsworth XC Meet Results

    On Thursday, September 2, 2021 the Spartan Cross Country team drove through strong winds and heavy rain to the Ainsworth Municipal Golf Course for the first meet of the season. As they pulled up to the club house the winds and rain dissipated allowing for an almost perfect day to compete.

    Zoe Kaczor, sophomore, was the lone varsity girls’ runner for the Lady Spartans. Zoe ran the 5K course in 32:51 placing 30th. The varsity boys were next to lace up their running shoes.  Sophomore Nathan Koenig ran through the chute in 28th place with a 23:17 time. Next up freshman Grant McGill came through in 32nd place clocking a 24:10 for his first cross country race ever.  Freshman Evan Hammon also competed hard coming in 35th with a 24:59 time. Junior Kaleb Kaczor rounded out the team for the Spartan men placing 41st in 28:56 time. The boys team placed 6th overall.

    In the junior high girls race 8th grader ReNae Kluckman ran through the finish line placing 14th in 7:12 time on the 1 mile route. 7th graders Kaci Koenig finished 30th with 7:47 and Addi Janousek finished 35th with 8:23 in their first cross country meet ever. The junior high girls placed 7th as a team.

    The junior high boys saw the most success of the day for the Spartans. 8th grader Will Nelson flew through the chute in 2nd place with a time of 5:59 in his first cross country competition. He was closely followed by fellow 8th graders Ethan Zeisler and Brook Strom who finished in 8th with a time of 6:15 and 9th with a 6:19 time respectively. Alex Lechtenberg rounded out the JH boys team in 28th place with a 9:16. These young men brought home the junior high team trophy. 

    Congratulations to all the Spartan runners!  You represented Boyd County Schools well!  Next races include the home meet at the Butte Golf Course on Thursday, September 9th at 4:30 and Monday, September 13 in Neligh at 4:30.

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  • Froman and Adams are Crowned Homecoming King and Queen

    Homecoming 2021 kicked off early this year, being held the week of August 30th through September 3rd. The Student Senate has put together many fun activities for students to participate in throughout the week. Coronation was held on the night of August 30th at the football field. Your homecoming candidates were Ethan McBride, Zac Rihanek, Jake Froman, Dillon Koenig, Gabby Boettcher, Bentley Adams, Haylie Carson, and Natalie Hausmann. The Homecoming court was made up of Freshman attendants Brooklyn Eckert and Hudson Hoffman, Sophomore attendants Mercedes Brooks and Deegan Johnson and Junior attendants Natasha Zeisler and Caden Hilkemann. Jake and Bentley were crowned this year’s king and queen. They were given crowns, and sashes. Bentley was given a volleyball signed by all of the football players, and Jake was given a football signed by all the volleyball players. The Coronation was wrapped up by the lighting of the BC.


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  • 2021-22 Yearbook Orders

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