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September 2nd

Panther netters open with busy schedule

The new-look Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ tennis got its season off to a frenzied pace with six total matches spread out over a dual, a triangular and a quadrangular before a weekend tournament in New Prague on Saturday, Aug. 29.
GSL was the site for a season-opening four-team event against Sibley East, Blue Earth Area and United South Central on Tuesday, Aug. 25. 

Girls’ soccer ties opener at Spectrum

The Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ soccer team claimed a 2-2 season-opening tie against Spectrum in Elk River on Monday, Aug. 31, twice rallying from deficits to forge the draw.
“Great battle,” coach Zach Otto-Fisher said. “We passed up a few opportunities to get ahead, but, early game jitters.”

Lady Panthers pounce on Albert Lea in opener

The Glencoe-Silver Lake volleyball team got its season off on the right foot by means of a dominant defeat of Albert Lea in Hopkins on Saturday, Aug. 29. The Lady Panthers had little trouble with the Tigers, sweeping the match in three-straight games: 25-18, 25-17, 25-12.

GSL cross-country squads both victorious at NYA meet

The Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams each got their respective seasons off to a proper start with wins in Norwood Young America’s Alumni Meet on Saturday, Aug. 29.
The GSL boys claimed 23 points, topping host NYA’s 26-point showing. Maple Lake/Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity did not register a team score after competing with just three runners. The Panther girls claimed 24 points, bettering NYA’s 35 points and ML/LP/HT’s 81 points.

Panthers end five-game skid against Tigers

For the first time in five years, the Glencoe-Silver Lake football team reigns supreme over its most familiar rival – and it took just one touchdown to do so.
The Panthers won their second game in as many tries this season by defeating the host Tigers 6-0 on Friday, Aug. 28. The lone tally of the contest came on a touchdown pass from quarterback Luke Frahm to running back Carsen Streich just before halftime.