FBLA qualifies three for Nationals

On April 6-8, the Fairbury FBLA chapter competed in the State Leadership Conference in Omaha, NE. The first day of the conference began with a general session with guest speaker American Ninja Warrior Hoan Do. While at the state conference FBLA members participated in business oriented tests and attended seminars from many guest speakers. Members... Continue Reading →

Basketball prepares for a good season

On Monday, Nov. 14, the girls basketball team started the season with high intensity and focus. The potential for the team comes from a returning group from last year and incoming freshmen to help contribute on all levels of play. Many of the athletes are excited and have high hopes for this season. “I’m really... Continue Reading →

Volleyball heads to conference

On Monday Oct. 17, the Lady Jeffs volleyball team traveled to Henderson for the first round of conference play. In the first game of the night, the Jeffs took on the David City Scouts and won in two sets. Jessa Eden '19 had a good offensive game with seven kills and one block. On the... Continue Reading →

Schwab contends at state

On Monday Oct. 10 and Tuesday Oct. 11, Evie Schwab '18 played in the state golf meet in North Platte, NE. Schwab shot a 71 on the front and back nine to finish day one with a 142. She improved her day one score by 21 strokes on day two with a 59 on the... Continue Reading →

Cross Country girls bring back the win

On Thursday, Oct. 6, the Fairbury cross country team traveled to Filmore Central to compete in their conference meet. The girls team came back as conference champions. The boys team came back with a fourth place finish. Leading the girls team was Shaye Stall '17 finishing 2nd,finishing next was Emily Burkley '18 placing 4th, close... Continue Reading →

Cross Country competes well at Filmore

The cross country team competed at Filmore Central last Thursday, September 15. The girls finished well placing fourth as a team. The boys team finished eighth as a team. Leading the girls team was Shaye Stall who finished fourth followed by Lili Estrada who placed 15th, Emily Burkley who placed 27th, and Autumn Branson who... Continue Reading →

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