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May 23rd, 2018

KCs announce scholarships

The Glencoe Knights of Columbus selected Ellie Schmidt and Adam Thalmann as the recipients of the 2017-2018 Christopher Council 4842 scholarships. the $500 scholarships are awarded to graduating members of St. Pius X parish pursuing post-secondary educational opportunities who have demonstrated academic achievement and a record of parish and community service.

Agencies stage mock plane crash

Supermileage performed efficiently in competition

Members of the Glencoe Silver Lake supermileage team placed third out of 15 teams in the electric car category at the 30th annual supermileage challenge at Brainerd International Raceway. The team qualified by completing six runs in under 24 minutes with the goal set on being as efficient as possible. On the three-mile track, they averaged 56 watts per six miles. They also placed top 10 in the modified and E-85 engine categories. Pictured, from left, Mitchell Bondhus, Adam Thalmann, Isaac Swift, Jon Ramige, Greg Boyum and Blake Ortloff.

Lakeside Elementary hosts family STEM night

Silver Lake hosts district convention

Final band concert of year

Panther baseball wraps up regular season

May 22nd

Trap team sixth with two weeks left

The Glencoe-Silver Lake trapshooting team is in sixth place in the Class 3A Conference 4 standings after the latest two weeks of competition at the Winthrop Game Protective League.
The Panthers have accumulated 11,041.5 total points through four weeks of competition. Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop is in eighth place with 6,940 points, while Staples Motley High School is in first place with 18,091 points.
Top GSL trap shooters in Week 3 were: Alex Ide and Jacob VanDorpe both scoring 44 out of 50, Dylan Dahlke and Adam Schauer, 43, and Jessica Alsleben and Katie Collins 42.

Schuth earns all-WCC West honors for spring campaign

Riley Schuth of the Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ golf team secured an all-conference honor after the final Wright County Conference West matchup at Glencoe Country Club on Thursday, May 17.
Schuth carded a 44 to lead the Panthers to a sixth-place finish at GCC with a team score of 187. Damien Silus posted a 47, with Zachery Meyer and Jacob Schrupp each scoring a 48 to round out the team scoring. Derek Trippel had a 49 and Nathan Warner a 52.

Blue Jays top Red Devils

The Plato Blue Jays split its weekend set, defeating visiting Watertown 5-3 on Saturday, May 19, before losing for the first time this season in a 6-5 setback at Carver the next day.
Watertown proved to be pesky for Plato at Bluejay Stadium on a brisk Saturday afternoon. The Blue Jays took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning, before the Red Devils knotted the score at 1-all in the third.
The score remained tied until the sixth inning when Jake VonBerge drove home Tyler Lang on a two-out RBI double to put the hosts in the lead at 2-1.