Knight of Columbus Games | Jan 24/25/26 | PR Athletics
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Please promote this very important event and take part when you can. The Run for Life will be starting early part of March I am requesting all Councils to please do a fund raiser for this very important program.
You have plenty of time to plan a Dinner or some other event. We have an Ultrasound Program that needs a lot of funds to help the small Councils purchase Machines for their areas. This is another request for each Council to put on a fund raiser to support this very important program. We Brother Knights must be on the forefront of defending Life from conception to a natural death in accordance with the teachings of Holy Mother Church.
Life is a gift from God and must be protected. Let us all keep the cause of Life foremost in our minds. As Our Lord loves us so much, we must be his apostles for those whose lives are in danger whether in the womb or the elderly. Every Council should be involved in Pro Life events in their area.
We have many activities throughout the State during the year and we will attempt to update them as they come up. If you have success in any area, please share it with us so it can be seen by all. See "Suggested Activities" tab. You must wait until you receive approval from Supreme before you can proceed. Determine that this pregnancy care center will be able to staff and operate this machine.
Contact ultrasound machine manufacturers and get quotes for the purchase price of the machines not including sales tax, freight, maintenance agreements or other add-on costs.
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The prices of ultrasound machines to date have reflected discounts negotiated with the vendor. Although all vendors are open to submit proposals for placement of an Ultra-Sound Machine, we have found the following vendor to be very responsive to the program and we recommend they be one of the choices when researching a vendor.
Ultra Sound Vendor contact information. Indianapolis, Indiana 5. While the pregnancy care center may certainly assist in fund raising, if the pregnancy care center raises the funds predominately on its own, without on-going and significant involvement of the local council, the pregnancy care center will not be eligible for matching funds from the Supreme Council Office.
The Knights of Columbus council must be actively involved in raising the funds for half of the purchase price of the ultrasound machine. The local council leading the drive should designate, or open a bank account to deposit the funds into. Please let him know if there is anything with which he can help you.
Once the funds for not less than half of the purchase price are raised, the funds must be sent or have been sent to Florida KofC Charities as instructed on Section 5 a. Brooke was 3rd in therunning a personal best Haley was 3rd in the and 5th in theGus was 3rd in the Makayla Hansen was 6th in the hurdles and 5th in the hurdles.
Hannah Tindall was 5th in the Carissa was tied for third in the high jump. Sophie Swanson was 4th in the discus, and Dani Lane was 6th. Maggie was 3rd in the shot put.
Papillion Dennis Smith Invite: Madison Hansen led the way with two first place finishes in the hurdles and the hurdles. Jenna Cox placed second in the disc and second in the shot, both with personal best throws. Kayla Harris finished 4th in the shot put. Emily Ramirez placed 4th in theand Hannah Tindall placed 6th. Tiana also placed 5th in the triple jump.
We had a lot of really nice performances from the girls, made even more impressive by the 35mph wind that was blowing the entire night. Madison Hansen won the hurdles and the hurdles in convincing fashion. Emma Young and Zoe Cigard went in the meter run, both running solid times of 2: It was a beautiful day to compete, and the girls did a nice job. We had a very successful day, especially in the field events. Hopefully her new school record will be broken repeatedly over the next month.
She was 3rd place with that throw. Kim finished 3rd and Crystal was 4th. On the track, the 30mph winds made for some interesting conditions- times were definitely slow in the events longer than meters, but I felt we handled it well.
Haley Fritza finished 2nd in the and 4th in theBrooke Heinemann was 5th in the and the We came in 5th place as a team, well short of what we wanted, but had some great performances along the way.
I think the girls learned a lot of valuable lessons ranging from the importance of a proper warm-up to the way their mental state before competition affects their performance. We will no doubt be better on Saturday. Ashley Hohenstein and Kim Fischer also placed in that event, finishing in a tie for second and 6th, respectively.
Brooke Heinemann placed 5th in the meter dash, running Makayla Hansen had a really good day for us, placing 4th in the hurdles with a time of Haley Fritza placed 3rd in the and 5th in theand Augusta Thramer placed 6th in the long jump and 4th in the Also placing in the was Emily Ramirez 5th and Hannah Tindall 6th.
Freshman Kayla Harris led three Cardinal placers in the quadrathalon- an event that consists of the shot put canceled the long jump, theand the Kayla was 3rd, Kelsey Schmith was 5th, and Sydney Hirsch was 6th. Unfortunately, they decided to cancel 3 of our stronger events- the shot put, the discus, and the triple jump.
We ended up 3rd place as a team, and if the other events were held, I feel we would have competed for the overall team title a little better.
This is always a big meet, with some great teams from South Dakota, Iowa, and Nebraska. I think the girls all competed well, many of them exceeding expectations. Kim tied for 5th place; good enough for a spot on the awards stand as well. This was the first time in memory that we have had two athletes finish in the top 5 in a single event at this meet.
We have a couple of weeks off to get some much needed work in before our next meet on April 7th in Elk Point. Carissa Powell and Ashley Hohenstein were state qualifiers in the high jump- good to see them have their best meet on their biggest stage so far. Also placing for the girls was the 4x relay team of Audra Thramer, Kori Fischer, Carissa Powell, and Brooke Heinemann, narrowly missing a trip to state with a 4th place finish.
Senior Hailey Hinds ended her track career with a 6th place medal in the hurdles. The competition there was very tough, but I thought we had a pretty good day and competed about as well as we could have.
Leading the way for the girls once again was sophomore distance runner Haley Fritza, with her 1st place finish in the Ashley Hohenstein took third in the high jump, with Carissa Powell finishing 4th and Audra Thramer 6th. Maggie Sedivy took 4th in the shot put, with Dani Lane getting 6th. Dani also took 6th in the discus. Brooke Heinemann was 4th in the dash, with Kori Fischer getting 6th.
Brooke also placed 5th in the Hailey Hinds was 5th in the hurdles and Jade Moravec was 6th. Jade also got 6th in the hurdles. Daniell Kersting placed 4th in the Overall, we finished 5th as a team.
South Sioux City hosted the annual City Meet at our home track yesterday. For the third straight year, the Lady Cardinals were city runner-up to Heelan.
We scored points to outdistance East for second place.
Leading the way for the girls was sophomore Haley Fritza, who won thetheplaced fourth in the hurdles, and fifth in the long jump. The girls all competed at the highest level they have all season- a good sign heading into the conference meet on Thursday at Ralston. Dennis Smith Invite Full Results. Despite our lack of team points, our girls competed well against some of the best Class A competition in the State.
Next meet is Dakota Valley tomorrow, weather permitting! The junior varsity track team was in action Thursday as well at the Ponca Invitational in Ponca. Leading the way with a 1st place finish in the hurdles was Madison Hansen.
Gretna Knights of Columbus Invitational: Leading the way for the girls was sophomore Haley Fritza, pulling off a difficult meet slate of the 2nd placethe 5th placethe 4th place and running a leg on the 5th place 4x meter relay. Senior Hailey Hinds ran a good hurdles race, finishing a close second place. Freshman Carissa Powell placed 3rd in the high jump. It was a nice day, some really good competition, and some good times ran by our girls. Elk Point-Jefferson Huskies Invitational: She won three of the four contested events.
Also placing for the girls was Sedivy 2nd- shot putDani Lane 3rd Shot, 4th DiscusHaley Fritza 2nd4th long jump, 4thAshley Hohenstein 4th high jumpBrooke Heinemann 6th Tiana Douangdara 6thDanielle Kersting 5th and the 4x relay 5th4x relay 3rd 4x relay 4thand 4x relay 4th. The complete meet results are at the link above.
The team finished in third place overall, a good start to our season. This is a great way to get started, as we see competition from 3 states, with a lot of good kids competing.
Haley placed 7th overall in a loaded field, running a personal best time of 5: Brooke Heinemann ran the second fastest indoor 60 meter dash in school history, 8. Our first outdoor meet will be on April 8th at Elk Point. The SSC girls used a combination of team depth and quality performances to outdistance Heelan by 32 points to keep the City Championship in South Sioux City for the second year in a row. Leading the way for the girls were Dani Lane, who won the shot and the disc, and Haley Fritza, who won the long jump,and came in second in the Shaylee Fischer won the hurdles, and Shirley Rodriguez won the meter run.
Out of 18 girls, we had 16 score at least one team point for us. We had some good performances yesterday- a lot of girls stepped up and ran some different events than they normally do in order for the team to score points to outdistance Sioux City East by 22 points. Leading the way for the girls was freshman Haley Fritza, who won an individual city championship in the running Haley also placed second in the with a time of 5: Also with second place finishes for the girls was Danielle Kersting in the Third place finishers were Sedivy in the shotDani Lane in the discus South Sioux City Invite: Morgan Hansen placed fourth in the Hurdles and 5th in the hurdles.
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Haley Fritza placed sixth in the meter run. Danielle Kersting placed sixth in the meter run. Hailey Hinds was fifth in the hurdles.
Vermillion Booster Club Invite: Leading the way for the Cardinals with first place finishes were the 4x meter relay team of Taylor Bleil, Lila Peterson, Audra Thramer, and Brooke Heinemann, winning a close one by 2 hundredths of a second.
Brooke Heinemann won the meter dash in Haley Fritza placed fourth in therunning 2: All things considered, we had a great opening to the outdoor season.
We need to get some girls back from injury soon though. Over 30 teams and student athletes were entered in events yesterday.Indoor Miler Sets Record (1959)
Although we did not get anyone on the podium for a top five overall finish, we did have 6 performances yesterday that were good enough to make our all-time top ten list for indoor track meets. Brooke Heinemann- 2nd overall in the 60 Meter Dash- 8.