Josh Randt

08/27/2014 - 11:27am
It didn’t take long for Head Coaches Jeff Delwiche and Jann Savre to see some improvements on the Panther boys’ and girls’ cross country teams, after competing at Baylor Park against Norwood Young America and Mayer Lutheran/Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity. Delwiche’s boys took first with 19 points, while the girls’ 52 earned them second. Though it was an early meet with only three teams, both coaches...
08/27/2014 - 11:26am
This past weekend I suffered another brilliant meltdown in the Rusty Chains Classic Disc Golf Tournament, which I also tanked in last year. With a fresh course and a bevy of new players, Sunday’s 40-hole outing was a stark contrast from tournaments of old. Like an idiot I decided to play in the advanced class, which is the second most competitive...
08/27/2014 - 11:24am
It may only be the first game of the season, but after a 9-0 victory over Rocori on Saturday, Panther girls’ Head Soccer Coach Zach Otto-Fisher was very pleased with his squad. The skipper had good reason to be happy; the nine goals his girls scored were four more than the 2013 team put together all season. But Glencoe-Silver Lake wasn’t exactly...
08/27/2014 - 11:05am
After losing key pieces from last year’s team that went 8-3 and made it back to the Class AAA state tournament for the first time since 2010, the Panther football team will have to do what it’s done before: reload. Softening that blow is the addition of legendary coach Dave Dose, who takes over as defensive coordinator for current Glencoe-Silver...
08/27/2014 - 11:03am
After going 10-17 and losing in the opening round of the section volleyball tournament in five sets to the Jordan Jaguars, Lori Schwirtz’s Lady Panthers are set on 17 wins instead of losses. Flipping the script on your record is never easy, especially after losing all Wright County Conference-middle blocker Steph Klockmann to graduation. While...
08/27/2014 - 11:00am
It’s tough to come away with victories when you let your opponents creep back into a game, or a set, and that’s exactly what the Panther tennis team did when it went 2-4 at last week’s home quads. On Aug. 19, the Glencoe-Silver Lake tennis season kicked off by hosting Sibley East, Blue Earth Area (BEA), and United South Central. (USC). The...
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