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October 15th - Volleyball in Spencer vs North Central - JV @ 5:30 - Varsity @ 6:30
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    Niobrara Valley Medical Clinic Flu Shot Clinic is Coming to Lynch

    If you missed the flu shot clinics held in Spencer and Butte, the Niobrara Valley Medical Clinic will be holding a flu shot clinic in Lynch. 

    Lynch Elementary Campus Nurse's Office - Friday, 10/18/2019 - 7:00am - 8:00am

    The cash price for the flu shot is $40.00, or it can be sent through your insurance, so make sure you bring your insurance card with you. A parent or guardian must be presents for any minors who wish yo get a flu shot.

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    NVC Cross Country Meet Results

    The NVC Cross Country Meet was held on October 9th in Neligh. Results are as follows.

     

    Top 15 receive all conference honors.

    Varsity Girls:
    2nd Natasha Zeilser, 21:40 
    10th Klara Faxén, 25:33
    13th Andrea Hipke 26:40
    21st Ashley Hausmann 30:51
    GIRLS TEAM RUNNER UP!!!!

    Varsity Boys:
    12th Isaac Koenig, 20:31 
    14th Kaesin Ellwanger, 20:55
    16th Brayden Almgren 21:31
    25th Joshua Kersch, 22:44 
    32nd Nathan Kaczor, 23:22
    42nd Kaleb Kaczor, 29:10
    Team 4th Place

    JH Girls
    19th Michaela Roth, 9:50
    22nd Zoe Kaczor, 10:34

    JH Boys
    9th Nathan Koenig, 8:00
    10th Evan Hammon 8:05

     

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    NVC Volleyball Tournament Bracket

    The brackets are out for the NVC Volleyball Tournament! The Boyd County Lady Spartans play their first game on Monday, October 21st at 7:30pm in Spencer. 

    Click here to print the bracket.

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    Spartan JV Volleyball vs Elkhorn Valley

    On October 10th the Spartans were host to Elkhorn Valley.  The match would prove to be a close contest, with none of the 3 sets being lopsided.  Boyd County dropped the first set, but would come back and win the next two to take the match 2-1. 

    Set one saw the Spartans playing a few points behind most of the way.  Elkhorn Valley had several 3 point serving runs that kept BC playing catch up.  After a Spartan timeout at 18-23, an offensive push with some tough serving forced an EV timeout at 21-23.  BC would tie it up at 23-23, but EV was able to get the last two points to claim set one.  Boyd County started out strong in set two taking an early lead with a score of 15-10 at midpoint.  EV kept fighting, forcing a Spartan timeout at 19-15.  Several good rallies would follow between the two squads.  At 23-22 it was anyone's set.  BC fought for the last two points and won 25-22.  The deciding third set was another close battle.  Tied up 15-15, teams would continue to trade side outs with neither team taking control.  With Amelia Hoffman serving tough behind the line, BC took charge offensively and stepped up defense.  EV called a timeout at 21-18, but Amelia's 7th serve in a row, including two aces kept momentum in our favor and Spartans would prevail, 25-18.   Defensively on the night, Riley Haun had 9 digs, Bentley Adams and Jenny Goesch each added 4.  Leah Jockens and Amelia Hoffman were each credited with one kill block.   Riley led the way in set assists with 11 and Haylie Carson chipped in 3.  Many of the hitters again recorded kills for the match: Amelia 10, Kiryn Kayl 5, Haylie 3, Gina McCarthy 3, Leah 2, Rylie 2, Bentley 2, with Jenny and Nevaeh Jockens each adding 1.  Recording aces in the match were: Amelia 3, Kiryn 2, and each with one were Riley, Haylie, Nevaeh and Jenny. 

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    October Kindness Awards

    The winner's for October's Kindess Awards have been drawn!  The winners for the month of October are Gage Keyes (7th grade) and Sam Heiser (10th grade).

     

    Other acts of kindness where shown throughout the school by Alec Disterhaupt, Jory Zeisler, Kaci Mashino, Catalina Knox, John Haun, Dillon Koenig, Natasha Zeisler, Gabby Boettcher, Estrella Santiago Reyes, Hunter Mizer, Alex Lechtenberg, McKenzie Snyder, Elizabeth Kersch, Nathaniel Boettcher, Jaylee Lechtenberg, Koy Gonzales, Josh Bennett, Roman Henderson, Dawson Pelc, Claire Remain, Michaela Roth, Shaedon Polenske, Peyton Wickersham, Carli Jensen, and ReNae Kluckman.

    Thank you to all of these students for letting their awesomness shine by being so kind!

     

    Gage Keyes put the "I" in kind by helping always lending hand to teachers and school staff to clean up messes, whether he made them or not. 

     

     

    Sam put the 'I' in kind by talking with Mr. Shoff to help somebody who was in a difficult situation. 

     

     

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    October is National Bullying Prevention Month

    October is National Bullying Prevention Month! The best way to stop bullying is to support kindness, acceptance, and inclusion for all students!

    Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center has a vast amount of resources for students, parents, and school staff to share information about how to stop the bullying epidemic that is far too often seen in our school and our communities. Visit the site at https://www.pacer.org/bullying/ to find out what you can do to look for and prevent bullying. You can also see some of those resources by scrolling down.

    When a child is a target of bullying, parents need to document the evens and develop a record (or history) of what is happening to their child. Click HERE for more information on what your records should include.

    Along with record keeping, parents should contact school staff each time their child informs them tha the or she has been bullied. Click HERE for more information on reporting bullying. By clicking, you will also find templates that parents can use as a guide for writing a letter to their child's school.

    Click here to read Bullying 101 for Middle-School/High-School

    Click here to read Bullying 101 for Elementary Students

    Click here for information on Cyberbullying

     

     

     

     

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    JV Spartan Volleyball vs North Central

    On September 30th the JV Spartans were host to North Central for a best of 5 sets.  Boyd County was dominant on the evening with a sweep of the Knights, 25-20, 25-12 and 25-16. 

    Rylie Haun had the hot serving hand earning 8 aces.  Rylie also dished out 9 set assists.  Offensively, the Spartans had a balanced attack with Amelia Hoffman putting down 7 kills, Bentley Adams 4 kills, Haylie Carson 3 kills and Kiryn Kayl 2 kills.  Jenny Goesch was credited with 4 digs and Leah Jockens had one ace block on the night.

    The volleyball team traveled to Bonesteel, S.D. on October 3rd to take on the Burke Cougars.  Burke always competes and this night was no exception.  Boyd County struggled early on in both sets, but rallied late forcing Burke to step up their game, but the deficits were too great to overcome.  Spartans lost 0-2, 21-25 and 20-25.  Spartans only had 2 aces (Amelia Hoffman) to 6 total for Burke.  Rylie registered 4 assists on the night with Haylie adding 2 and Kiryn 1. Kiryn led the way offensively with 5 kills on the night, Amelia added 4 and Leah 2.  Boyd County was busy digging up balls, Rylie recorded 9 digs with Kiryn and Amelia adding 4 and Haylie 3. 

     

    North Central JV Tri

    On October 7th JV volleyball traveled to Springview.  The first match was against the host team.   The Spartans served tough and kept the young Knights from setting up their offense.  Boyd County cruised to a 2 set victory, 25-14 and 25-13.  Amelia Hoffman recorded two aces and Rylie Haun and Samantha Heiser each had one.  Rylie Haun dished out 11 set assists with Haylie Carson adding 2.  Jenny Goesch was credited with 5 digs and Rylie 3.  Our hitters were all swinging hard with many recording kills: Bentley Adams 5, Haylie 4, Amelia Hoffman 3, Leah Jockens and Kiryn Kayl 2 each and Jenny with one back row kill.

    Match two was against Ainsworth.  The Bulldogs would prove to be more of a challenge.  Boyd County split 1 set each, and forced a 3rd where Ainsworth would prevail and win the match.  Set 1 was a close battle for the duration.  Tied at 23-23 the Spartans weren't able to find the floor and lost 23-25.  The second set was all Spartans.  Leading 15-9 midway behind some tough serving, they never looked back.  Boyd County won 25-17.   The Spartans weren't able to ride the momentum into the 3rd set, where it was a battle.  Ainsworth really stepped up their defense on our attacks and able to come out on top of some long rallies.   Ainsworth won the set 21-25 taking the match 1-2.  Rylie had 12 set assist with Haylie adding 5.  Bentley played tough at the net earning 11 kills.  Other offensive leaders were Haylie with 5 kills, Amelia 4, Kiryn 3, Leah 2 and Nevaeh Jockens 1 kill.  Leah and Kiryn were also credited with one ace block each.  With about 2.5 weeks left in the regular season, the Spartan JV team is 5-3.    

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    BC Post Prom is Selling Little's Caesar's

    The Boyd County Post Prom Committee is selling Little Caesar's Pizza Kits! If you are interested, contact a Boyd County junior or senior parent. Orders are due by October 23rd, and delivery date is November 1st.

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