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Archive - Oct 2016

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October 13th

Gridders even record at .500 with win at Delano

It didn't come as easily as Homecoming, but the Glencoe-Silver Lake football team clawed its way back to .500 by means of a gritty 16-13 victory at Delano on a cold and damp setting off Highway 12 on Friday, Oct. 7.

Much like the previous week, however, the Panthers had to rally from a first quarter deficit.

After both sides went three-and-out on their respective opening drives, the Tigers took their second possession 86 yards to seize a 6-0 lead on a 13-yard touchdown pass.

Cross-Country teams speeding towards the finish line

The Glencoe-Silver Lake boys' and girls' cross-country teams finished ninth and 13th, respectively, in their competitions at the Litchfield Invitational on Thursday, Oct. 6.

Austin Schroepfer led the Panther boys with a 10th-place finish of the 5,000-meter course in a time of 16 minutes, 50.38 seconds, with Tony Fischer placing 17th in 17:21.40.

Also accounting in the Panthers' team score of 206 points were: Ethan Knudten, who took 47th in 18:00.00; Oscar Pena, who placed 63rd in 18:18.90; Zak Herout, who was 69th in 18:27.02.

Another WCC West title in sight for spikers

Two more big circuit wins last week pushed the Glencoe-Silver Lake volleyball team's record to 17-5 overall, with the Panthers still boasting an unblemished 5-0 mark in Wright County Conference West play.

GSL first disposed of WCC West rival Annandale in a three-game sweep (25-21, 26-24, 25-17) on Tuesday, Oct. 4, finishing off the Panthers' annual "Dig Pink" cancer awareness/fundraiser night with a victory.

Girls' soccer season comes to a close

The 2016 season came to a close for the Glencoe-Silver Lake girls' soccer team in a 6-0 loss at St. Peter in the opening round of the Section 2A Tournament. The Panthers were seeded 13th in this year's sectional bracket, while the Saints were the No. 4 seed.

With the loss, GSL finished up the autumn with a 3-12 record that included 4-0 wins over Rocori and Worthington to start the season and a final 2-1 triumph against Jordan on Monday, Oct. 3.

Noah's Ark Preschool visits fire department

Faith Preschool visits Silver Lake Fire Department

October 12th

Landes receives scholarship

South Dakota State University recently announced that Scott Landes, Arlington, is receiving the Graco Foundation Scholarship this academic year. Landes, son of Dan and Shanda Landes of Glencoe, is a sophomore mechanical engineering major. He is a 2015 graduate of Glencoe-Silver Lake High School.

Son born to Strobel family

Kyle and Leah Strobel of Plato announce the arrival of a son, Jackson Robert Strobel, born Sept. 30, 2016, at Ridgeview in Waconia. Jackson weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 191⁄2 inches long at birth. He joins a sibling, Henley. Grandparents are Kevin and Lee Dahlen of Dassel and Robert and Michelle Strobel of Plato. Great-grandparents are Richard and Dixie Cliff of Rosemount, Bernice Strobel of Gaylord, June Buenger of Rochester and the late Frances Strobel, Arthur and Fern Dahlen and Hubert and Lois Buenger.
 

Daughter born to Mielkes

Scott and Kris Mielke of Carver announce the arrival of their daughter, Ella Rose Mielke, born Sept. 19, 2016, at the Ridgeview Medical Center. Ella weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 19 inches long at birth. She joins a sister, Callie. Grandparents are Al and Sharon Mielke of Biscay and Bill and Cheri Magers of Gaylord.
 

Raiche would help protect horse riders’ trail rights

To the Editor:
Raising horses is an underappreciated economic activity in McLeod County. The 2012 United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) study on equine inventory reported 90 farms had 444 horses in McLeod County. Every August, the public has a chance to see our local horses fill up the horse barns at the fair.