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First loss of the season

“We did not show up to play at all… we had a lot of mistakes that we need to fix for the next game,” commented Cody Pankoke after the Junior High suffered their first loss in Hildreth on Monday. They tried their best to beat out the Falcons but couldn’t succeed with a final score of 59 to 21 with the Falcons coming out on top. Jake Knehans scored 2 of the 3 touchdowns along with  Pankoke scoring the other . . .

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Another Tough Loss for the Mustangs

  “This Friday is our last game of the season against Heartland- Lutheran, regardless of the outcome, I just want to see our guys play hard 100% for 100% of the time,” Head Coach Mr. Conroy commented. The 12th of October the boys took a very hard loss against the Harvard Cardinals. With a pass from Tommy Grimes, Zane Journey was able to put six points on the scoreboard for the Mustangs. After that, Canyen Jameson . . .

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Ending On A Downhill

The cross country season came to an end with the district meet at the Hebron Country Club on Thursday, October 11. The teams that competed in the district race against the Mustangs were Central Valley, Centura, Deshler, Doniphan Trumbull, Grand Island Central Catholic, Hastings St. Cecilia, Heartland Lutheran, Kenesaw, Nebraska Christian, Palmer, Red Cloud-Blue Hill, Shelton, Superior, Thayer Central, and Wood River. “I think the . . .

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Two More Wins For the Lady Mustangs

  Getting placed in the Bunny Bracket for the first round of TVC, the Lady Mustang Volleyball team took on the Shelton Bulldogs for their third rematch of the season. The girls knew they had to win this one game to keep competing for the rest of the day. The first set was a bit of a struggle for the Mustangs, with the score of 25-12. The next two sets were the total opposite. “The girls woke up and played phenomenal the . . .

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Ending the Season with a Victory

“I think from our first game to our last game we improved as a team, I’m excited to see what next year brings us,” says Lexi Wengler after her last junior high game. The Lady Mustangs played an extreme game against the Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons, bringing home two wins for their last game. The “A” team came prepared and put up a fight in the intense game ending the two sets with six kills from Georgi . . .

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4th Graders Attend Health and Fitness Day

On Tuesday, October 2, 2018, eighteen fourth graders, Mrs. Sharp, Mr. Conroy, and Megan Mattison attended Health and Fitness Day at Hastings College.  The students spent the morning participating in fitness activities that included fitness balls, parachute, soccer, aerobics, jump roping, and many more.  Brody Knehans says soccer was the best part of the morning.   A healthy lunch of a sandwich, baked potato . . .

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Parents: Please See Informational Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zawskRDd7uI&feature=youtu.be

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Mustangs Fall to The Flyers and The Dragons

  The Lady Mustangs traveled to Franklin for a night of volleyball on Tuesday, October 9. Before their own game the ‘Stangs had the chance to watch their competition, the Deshler Dragons and Franklin Flyers, duke it out for a win. Next up was a match against the Deshler Dragons where the girls battled but just couldn’t pull off the W. The ‘Stangs lost to the Dragons in two sets. The set scores were . . .

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JH Lady Mustangs Bring Home Another Win

The Junior High Lady Mustang’s volleyball team traveled to take on the Red Cloud Warriors and Franklin Flyers Monday, October 8th. The “A” and “B” team both worked their hardest and pulled through with two wins. The A team played the first set in both games and the B team played the second sets. The scores of the game against Franklin was 25-12 in the first set and in the second set, the score was 27-25. In . . .

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Mustangs Steal the Win from the Hawks

With a final score of 59-21, the Silver Lake Mustangs pulled off the first win of the season against the Hampton Eagles. “We have just been clicking as a team the last game and a half. We are playing really good football right now,” says Coach Conroy when asked about improving throughout the season. Both teams scored 13 points within the first quarter, keeping the Mustangs on their toes for the second quarter. The Mustangs . . .

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