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The Silver Lake Mustangs volleyball team took on the Heartland Lutheran Red Hornets and the Deshler Dragons at their annual volleyball quad in Roseland. These games, which took place on Thursday, October 20, marked some of the last regular season games for the Mustangs. The Mustangs took on the Red Hornets for their first game of the night, but were unable to come out with the W. The match went to only two sets, . . .
On Tuesday, October 18, the Silver Lake FBLA and FFA chapters teamed up to save lives with an American Red Cross blood drive in the Roseland gym. This blood drive collected units from 11:00 to 5:30, and in that time period, the Red Cross was able to collect over 35 units of blood. With 39 donations, the blood drive was able to meet its goal. This drive was also held for a scholarship opportunity for American Red Cross blood drive . . .
On Monday October 17th, the junior high football team played their last game of the season. The first score of the first quarter was made on a punt return. Adding three more scores in the first half, the junior high team made their score 28.They defeated Lawrence-Nelson with 28-0, making their season undefeated. Coach Brett Pohl says, “ It was a good way to end the season. Everyone got to play quite a bit and we were able to . . .
On Friday October 14, Silver Lake High School students went to Knee Knocker Woods located a couple of miles outside of Gibbon. The number of Silver Lake students that went was 50, which was a phenomenal amount! Student Bryce Ewoldt said, “It was a lot of fun. I’m glad the school takes us to these kinds of activities.” Student Matthew Hansen said, “It wasn’t that scary. The only scary part was the escape . . .
On Tuesday October 18 the Mustang volleyball team played two games against the Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons. For the Junior Varsity it was their last game of the season and they hoped for a win, but they couldn’t quite pull through and get one. They started off slow in the first set but by the end of the second they had fought back hard. With it being the Junior Varsity’s last game of the season, assistant coach Ruxton commented, . . .
The Silver Lake Junior High Mustangs girls volleyball team ended their season with a bang against the Shelton Bulldogs on October 17. The score for the first game was a close win, but Silver Lake took the lead with the score of 25-19 for the first set and the score of 25-12 for the final score with the first game. In the second game it was once again a close win for both sets but the Mustangs took the win in both. The first set . . .
The Silver Lake Mustangs traveled to Deshler for a Thursday night game against the Dragons on October 13. It was a great win for SL as they were able to come out on top over the Deshler Dragons with a final score of 74-50. The 24 point win began with an explosive first quarter where Silver Lake was able to put up 23 points to the Dragon’s 6. After scoring 22 more points, the end score for the first half had the Mustangs with 45 and . . .
October 11 the Silver Lake Mustangs Volleyball hosted a Triangular Invite with Deshler and Franklin. The girls played Deshler the first game, and Franklin the second. The first set the Mustangs won against Deshler with a score 25-23. The next and final set was 25-19. Makayla Dinkler said, “It was really fun to get another win, and it was fun working together as a team and celebrating every point.” For the second game, against . . .
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Seventeen Silver Lake seniors traveled to the Webster County courthouse on Wednesday, October 12, for the annual Webster County Government Day. Silver Lake was joined by both the Blue Hill Bobcats’ and Red Cloud Warriors’ seniors. The day was kicked off as students visited the various offices inside county government including visits to the county clerk, Webster county jail, and county assessor. After these visits, students . . .
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