Josh Randt

10/01/2014 - 11:28am
The Glencoe-Silver Lake cross country teams survived the rough course at Collinwood Park for the Dassel-Cokato invitational, and now prepare for their biggest test yet: Duluth’s Swain invitational. GSL’s boys took home first place with 26 team points as three Panthers finished inside the top five. The Panthers boys’ top five runners almost all finished inside the top 10. Jac Chelman, Isiah Herout...
10/01/2014 - 11:26am
The second half of the Glencoe-Silver Lake football season kicked off with a 48-0 homecoming trouncing of the Mound Westonka White Hawks Friday night, as the Panthers returned to their roots and rushed for 422 yards. With Teddy Petersen and Bennet Bielke starting in both the offensive and defensive backfields for the first time, and a revamped...
10/01/2014 - 11:25am
Though it split games with Watertown-Mayer and New London-Spicer this past week, the Panther volleyball team actually made out quite nicely, despite falling to No. 10 ranked NLS. Previous to the teams’ meeting on Sept. 25, NLS had only lost a handful of sets and was sitting at 13-3. The Wildcats improved to 14-3 against Glencoe-Silver Lake, but...
10/01/2014 - 11:23am
In a week that saw three tough losses for the Panther girls’ soccer team, Head Coach Zach Otto-Fisher said his girls did some good things, but have yet to “put it all together. “We still need to play a complete game,” said Otto-Fisher in an email Tuesday morning after his girls dropped their fourth game in a row. “A completely healthy, physically...
10/01/2014 - 11:02am
The regular season came to an end for the Panther tennis team last week, with only one member placing in the Wright County Conference tournament held at Orono. Senior Rachel Rusten battled her way through the No. 2 singles bracket, earning fifth place after she downed Natalie Nelson from Litchfield 8-7 and 7-2 in the tiebreaker. Rusten had quite...
09/24/2014 - 12:18pm
At Thursday’s home Caty Delwiche cross country invitational, the Panther boys picked up where they left off after taking a short break, while the girls worked as a team to place well on their home course. Glencoe-Silver Lake’s boys nearly had a perfect score on Thursday, claiming first place as the top six Panthers all finished in the top 10. The...
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