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Pen Pals in Egypt

Ms. Baker and the 7th grade class had the opportunity to Skype with students in Egypt during their English class on October 19th. Ms. Baker had the idea to show her students the life in a different country by Skyping with her sister, who is a teacher in Egypt. The 7th grade class will have the opportunity to become a pen pal with one of the students from the far away country.

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Silver Lake/Kenesaw Take Down the Raiders

The Silver Lake/Kenesaw football team got the opportunity to play one of their last games of the season in Bladen on October 26th against the Lawrence-Nelson Raiders. The team showed their strength and determination by defeating the Raiders with a score of 48-8. Taiton Trausch commented that he thought both offense and defense did very well and that the teamwork was there throughout the entire game. Coach Terry Bauer added, . . .

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A Tough Week on the Road

  The Silver Lake volleyball team travelled to Deshler on October 10th to take on the Dragons and the Franklin Flyers. Although the Lady ‘Stangs tried to keep up with the Dragons, they came up short. The set scores were 11-25 and 13-25. Against Deshler, Sierra Watts-Hofstetter had 7 digs followed by Jaden Lewis and Abbie Skupa with 4, and Makayla Dinkler with 3. When the Mustangs took on the Flyers they were unable to . . .

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Hard Loss Against Deshler

  Instead of Friday Night Lights, the Silver Lake football team got a feel of what it feels like to play a game on a Thursday night. On October 12th, the Mustang football team took a hard loss against the Deshler Dragons with a final score of 16-67. During the second quarter, Mark Thurston put the Mustangs on the board with the first touchdown. Artur Santini then went out on the field to get the team two extra points with his . . .

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Closing In On the Finish Line

On October 12 the Mustang cross country team traveled to Arapahoe to compete in districts. The course was a lot more hilly than most of the other meets. Luke Swanson said, “I think that we improved as a team and tried our best.” Even though the meet had some hills it wasn’t the worst of them all. Their times for districts are Lane Parr 23:29 Luke Swanson 29:09 and Trenton Schmidt 29:22. The team improved their times . . .

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Blood Drive

There will be a blood drive on October 24th from 10:00-3:00 pm. Please call or email Mrs. Behmer for an appointment or contact a FBLA officer!

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A Tough Week of Volleyball

  On October 3rd, the Lady Mustangs played on their home court against McCool Junction. Although they couldn’t pull of a win, the team played well and has been improving so much! During the first set, the Mustangs scored 17 points, during the second set they scored 18 points and by the third set the Mustangs improved their game and scored 21 points. Elizabeth Trausch said this about the game: “I feel like we played . . .

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The JH Girls Play Hard for Their Last Game

Last Monday, on the 9th of October, the girls battled against two teams, Red Cloud and Franklin, for their last games of the season. The Mustangs ‘A’ Team competed against Franklin for the first game of the night. The score for this game was: Set 1: 25-16, Set 2: 22-25, Set 3: 25-27. 7th Grader Georgi tenBensel commented on this years season: “One thing I thought was exciting was that I was able to play with the . . .

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Mustangs come up short against the Falcons

  On Friday October 6, the football team traveled to Hildreth to take on the Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons. Although the Mustangs pushed themselves out in the rain, they could not come out with the win. The final score of the game was W-H 43, Silver Lake 18. In the first quarter, the Mustangs struggled to get going, but senior Mark Thurston got the team on the board with a touchdown; the final score in the first quarter was . . .

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