Seth Johnson

Wetumpka Herald

Former Wetumpka baseball star Seth Johnson transfers to Harding University

A former Wetumpka baseball star is changing college baseball teams. Seth Johnson, a former Wetumpka standout and the 2019 Elmore County Baseball Player of the Year, is transferring from Troy University to play baseball at Harding University in Arkansas. Johnson signed with Troy out of high school when he graduated...
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Seth Johnson

Seth Johnson, 32 of Kearney, died June 17, 2022, in Elm Creek. Seth was born on Oct. 3, 1989, in Kearney, son of Jerri Burkhead and Curt Benjamin. He grew up with his mother and two brothers in Overton and attended Overton Public Schools until second grade. The family then moved to Wamego, Kansas to be with Seth’s future step-father Dale Burkhead, where he attended school until eighth grade. Then his family moved back to Nebraska to Gothenburg, and he attended Gothenburg High School from 8th - 12th grade. During his high school years he was involved in FFA, wrestling, football and the Baptist Church Youth Group. Seth met the love of his life, Kelsey, his senior year of high school, and the two soon became inseparable. After graduation, he attended Wayne State College for two years and then attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney for two years, graduating in 2012 with a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice. Seth married Kelsey Houchin on Aug. 3, 2013, in Gothenburg. The couple were blessed with a baby boy, Oliver Johnson, on Aug. 12, 2017.
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CBS Sports

Rays' Seth Johnson: Dealing with forearm inflammation

High-A Bowling Green placed Johnson on the 7-day injured list Wednesday with right forearm inflammation, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The Rays will send Johnson in for further imaging to determine the extent of the forearm injury, but initial X-rays apparently revealed no structural damage to his pitching arm. The 23-year-old has made seven starts for Bowling Green this season, logging a 3.00 ERA while striking out 41 over 27 innings.
Riverside Press Enterprise

Inland boys athlete of the week: Seth Johnson, Cajon

Noteworthy: Johnson, who has signed with Cal, won the high school boys pentathlon with 3,712 points at the Nike Indoor Nationals in Staten Island, New York. He is just the fourth Californian to win the pentathlon in event history, joining Marcell Allmond of St. Paul High of San Fe Springs (1999), David Klech of California High of San Ramon (2006) and Terry Prentice of Diamond Ranch High (2007). Johnson won the 60-meter hurdles (8.14 seconds) and tied for first in the high jump (6 feet, 2 inches). He tied for third in the long jump, placed fourth in the 1,000 meters and finished fifth in the shot put.

Seth Johnson: Meet the Guy Who Feeds SMSU

“Working with people is honestly my favorite part of the job,” says Chartwells Director of Dining Services Seth Johnson. Chartwells has been the food service provider on campus since 2016. There are various divisions within Chartwells, including the Higher Education Division. They employ part-time students and full-time staff to work at the Dining Hall, State Street Subs, the Coffee House, and the C-Store. There are 73 employees, and of that number, 50 are students.