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Sept. 23 - School Dismissal at 1:15pm for PT Conferences
PHS PT Conferences at PHS gym from 3:45pm-8:30pm

The Latest Bluejay Updates

Sept. 19 - XC Shirt Orders Due  Info. on XC Shirt Orders
Sept. 20 - FB @ Scotus 7pm - Burger/Brat Bash from 6pm-halftime
Sept. 20 - JH & V CC @ O'Neill 3:30 O'Neill CC Schedule  
Sept. 21 - SB @ O'Neill 10am  O'Neill SB Invite Schedule
Sept. 21 - FR VB Norfolk Tourn. 9am  FR VB Norfolk Tourn. Schedule
Oct. 1 - Apply2College 8-9:30am  Apply2College Info. Apply2College Schedule
Oct. 3 - JH & V CC @ Stanton 4pm  Stanton CC Schedule


 

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Bluejay Football

Pierce Defeats Ord in Close Game  by Sarah Miller    Pierce was forced to use another game plan because of an early injury to their quarterback, Dalton Freeman who left the game early in the first quarter with a shoulder injury. After the injury, Pierce turned to Chaden Roth and Carson Oestreich to take over the quarterback role. In the end the Bluejays were able to maintain . . .

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Lady Jays Volleyball

Lady Jays End Tournament on High Note by Faith Lubischer   Despite losing their first four games, the Lady Jays volleyball team ended the second day of a tournament taking seventh place in Wakefield with a hard fought win. Pierce took on BRLD (Bancroft-Rosalie Lyons-Decatur), LCC (Laurel Concord Coleridge), and Homer throughout the day on Saturday, September 15. In their first . . .

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PHS Cross Country

Another Successful Meet for Cross Country  by Katie Vogt   The gun went off at the Skyview Lake in Norfolk for the cross country meet hosted by Norfolk Catholic last Friday. The six varsity boys earned 67 points total, ranking them second overall. As the girls only had one varsity runner for this meet, they were not able to compete as a team. The girls ran . . .

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PHS Dance Team Twirls into Tryouts

by Brynnlee Marks    The Pierce High Dance Team leaped into their 2019-20 season starting with tryouts at the end of last year and the start of this year. Tryouts are for students in grades 9-12. Dance tryouts took place Tuesday, September 10 at the high school. On Friday, September 13, the team held dance practice at 6 a.m. and then tryouts at 4:30 p.m. Afterward, the girls will find out if they made it . . .

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Lady Jays Softball

Pierce High Triumphs Over Madison-Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family by Graison Pfeiffer   In a 3 hour 30 minute game, the Pierce Bluejays battled Madison/Humphrey/Lindsay in softball just narrowly beating them by 1 with the final score of 18-17. The Jays had a fantastic night of batting. When asked about what the team did best last night Hannah Whitmore replied quickly, “Our hits were really . . .

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Lady Jays Golf

Pierce Holds a Girls Golf Invite at the Community Golf Course. by Sarah Fenton   Pierce hosted the golf invite this week on a beautiful Nebraska day with low scores and even high levels of improvement. Shooting a total score of 400, the team placed 3rd with the help from Sydney Erickson, Rebecca Albrecht, Keli Shermer, and Zaylah Pfanstiel. Sydney Erickson shot a whopping score of 83 making her . . .

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One Act Play Chooses Cast

by Katie Vogt   Another fall activity has begun! This year the Pierce High one-act team will be bringing Tim Kochenderfer’s Dracula to life.  They held tryouts for their play September 3 and 4. On Friday, September 6 the one-act members were assigned their roles for the play. The lead roles, Mina, Jonathan, and Dracula, will be played by Halle Ross, Caydan Retzlaff, and Shawn . . .

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Teamwork Tuesday

Teamwork Tuesday is back.  Pierce Elementary had their first Teamwork Tuesday on September 10th.  The older grades are paired with the lower grades to do a fun activity.

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PHS Student Places at State Fair

by Samantha Fischer   PHS student, Sarah Fenton, traveled to Grand Island last Sunday to view her photography as it was presented at the state fair. Her picture “Frozen Bubble” was selected to be presented at UNL in the Extended Dean’s Office on the campus. Fenton has been in 4-H for 10 years and has made it down to state 7 years. When asked about her experience at state, Fenton says, . . .

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PHS Journalism Class Radio Broadcast

Journalism to be Featured on 106 KIX Pierce High’s journalism class is now participating in a program called High School Headlines through 106 KIX radio. Each week, the students in the class create a 90-second broadcast that updates radio listeners on upcoming events, news, and even fun trends happening at Pierce High. The students write the broadcast collaboratively and then record themselves as they . . .

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The Latest Bluejay Updates

Sept. 19 - XC Shirt Orders Due   Info. on XC Shirt Orders Sept. 20 - FB @ Scotus 7pm - Burger/Brat Bash from 6pm-halftime Sept. . . .

Feb 2, 2016

Physical Exam Forms

All students who plan to participate in NSAA sanctioned athletics during the school year must have a physical exam.  This exam must be . . .

Pierce Track and Field Individual and Team Records

The Individual and Team Records for Pierce High School Track have been updated after the end of 2018 track season. If you have any . . .

Items For Sale At School

Check out the items for sale here at school!  To purchase a Pierce Booster Club Item, please contact Sonia Ronspies at   . . .

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