A special informational meeting was held Wednesday, February 8th to discuss the growing need for child care in Crofton. This public meeting brought together over 20 people from the community. For more news, be sure to sign up too the Crofton Journal!
Crofton has had an exciting week, with 9 wrestlers going to State, Wiebelhaus named coach of the year, speech team winning bronze and so much more! If you wish to get the full story to these headlines and others of the same sort, all you have to do is sign up to the Crofton Journal! If you're interested, follow the link below to see the affordable subscription fees and purchase on today: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
Crofton excelled at the Girls Wrestling District Final of 2023 a bit ago, and just in case you missed photos from the event, here is the link! SmugMug allows anyone to view professional photos from these events for FREE, and enables customizable printing as well! Simply follow the link below if you are interested: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/Girls-Wrestling-District-final-2023/
The Crofton-Bloomfield Lady Warrior-Bees finished the first Round at the State Wrestling tournament with three wins and one loss. All the girls are still in the tournament, either wrestling yet tonight in the Quarterfinals, or tomorrow in the Consolation rounds. Still in the Champ rounds: 125: Madisen Petersen pinned Blume of Valentine 145: Rylie Arens won with a forfeit from Crete 170: Annabelle Poppe won 3-1 over Jakubowski of O'Neill At 155 Jaisie Janssen remains in the tournament, though she fell to Parker of Bellevue. The Journal staff will return to the tournament on Saturday for the finals, and results can be found on this page, or on Trackwrestling for tomorrow.
After Round 1 for the Class C Crofton Warrior-Bees boys' team - four have moved into the Quarterfinals with a second match tonight, and five will wrestle tomorrow in the Consolation rounds. Those still in the Champ rounds: 120: Robbie Fischer - pinned Kyllo of Arlington 160: Wyatt Tramp - won 6-2 over Pistulka of West Holt 195: Tyson Sanger won 4-3 over Zlomke of Battle Creek 220: Ty Tramp won 11-2 over Anderson of Amherst Still in the tournament, but in the wrestlebacks tomorrow are: 285: Paxton Bartels, lost by pin to Hinrichs of Fillmore Central 182: Casey Jeannoutot lost 2-1 to Vrana of Bishop Neumann 170: Garrett Buschkamp lost 4-1 to Meyer of Ord 152: Brock Jeannoutot lost by pin to Wilkie of Malcom 138: Braeden Guenther lost by pin to Hochstein of Cedar Catholic The Journal staff will be back Saturday for the finals - results for Friday can be found on Trackwrestling, or updated here. Look to next week's Journal for pictures and all the results!
The 2023 Knights of Columbus Hoop Shoot was held in Crofton during the week of January 20-24 with the winners of the local contest heading to the District Contest at the end of the month. If you want to learn more, then be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal today!
The Crofton-Bloomfield girls wrestling team took on tough competition at the C-2 district meet at Madison High school and managed to send four wrestlers to the state tournament... If you wish to read more and get more news like this in the future, then please be sure to follow the link below to view the Journal's low subscription fees: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
The Crofton 6th Grade Boys competed in a Wausa Youth League on January 7th, 14th, and 21st, and a Wausa Youth Tournament on February 5th. The boys were undefeated in the Wausa Youth League. For more details and news, be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal!
This weeks edition of the Crofton Journal is packed with all the latest events and happenings! If you would like to read headlines like; "Band Claims “Battle” Trophy", "Three Warriors Make All-Star Game Roster", "Youth Visit MST", or "FFA Livestock Judging Sends Members to State", then be sure to sign up for your news subscription! Simply follow the link below to view the low fees offered by your local news: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
The Crofton FCCLA chapter traveled to Wayne State College to compete in the District STAR competition on Wednesday, January 25. There were eight people representing the Crofton FCCLA chapter. For more details, be sure to purchase your copy of the Crofton Journal today!
As part of activities for Catholic Schools Week students from St. Rose of Lima School visited and shopped at Main Street Treasures on Friday, January 27. Marlene Hynes explained to each group of students the history and mission of the popular local thrift store. For more news, sign up to the Crofton Journal today!
David Zuhlke of Crofton was the first Sons of the American Legion gun calendar winner for the 2023 new year. In the photo is David Zuhlke with his new 9mm, and Doc Carlson owner of the Upper Missouri Trading Post. For more details, be sure to subscribe to the Crofton Journal!
Subscribe to that Crofton Journal to read headlines like: "Meet this semester’s Journalists...", Six attend Conference Band event", "Warrior wrestlers fifth at Mid-State", "Crofton Speech team is “Rollin’ Along”, fourth at Boone Central", "Band wins NSBA academic award...", and so much more! Simply follow the link below too view the Journal's low fees and consider signing up: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
The Crofton Warrior Marching band was notified this week that it had been chosen as the recipient of the Nebraska State Bandmasters Association Excellence in Academic Achievement Award. For more, be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal for a physical and/or digital copy!
Larry Cooper was the final Sons of the American Legion calendar gun winner of 2022. Cooper is pictured with Doc Carlson receiving his gun. For more local news, sign up to the Crofton Journal today!
Crofton’s FCCLA chapter held a parents’ night on Monday, January 16 to prepare for the STAR competition. Curious? Then be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal today! Simply follow the attached link to view the low fees provided and consider purchasing a subscription for a physical and/or digital copy: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
Crofton has participated in multiple sporting and dance competitions from which you will no doubt want to see photos from! To view pictures for free and possibly purchase custom prints, follow the link below to the Journal's SmugMug:https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal
The Crofton Warrior Speech team hit off their new season at Pierce High School on Saturday, January 14. The team was eager to get back at it and bring on this season to see what they could accomplish. This first meet had two events place first, and as a team, this group of ecstatic kids placed third. To get more news and learn more details, get your copy of the Crofton Journal!
The Crofton Warrior Speech team hit off their new season at Pierce High School on Saturday, January 14. The team was eager to get back at it and bring on this season to see what they could accomplish. For more details, be sure to get your weekly copy of the Crofton Journal!
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