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Mustang Volleyball Team Take Home Medals at Loomis Invitational

  On Saturday, September 14, Loomis High School hosted their annual 9/11 memorial volleyball tournament. The Mustangs were one of eight teams competing at the tournament, including Loomis, Bertrand, Maxwell, Hi-Line, Shelton, Franklin, and Hampton. The Mustangs earned third place. To start the day, Silver Lake defeated Maxwell in two sets, with scores of 25-15 and 25-23. The Mustangs worked hard on the defensive side with 54 . . .

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Lady Mustangs Face Tough Road Competition

  Last week was a long week on the road for the Lady Mustang volleyball team, taking on Blue Hill on Tuesday and Shelton on Thursday. Tuesday night the junior varsity team downed the Bobcats in two sets 25-20 and 25-14. Freshman Kassi Jones had 17 service points, which helped lead the Mustangs to victory. Josi Sharp, freshman outside hitter, had a great game, leading the team in kills. Unfortunately, the varsity team fell to . . .

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Cardinals Down the Mustangs

  The Harvard Cardinals came into Bladen on September 13 as the number one team in the state to face a rejuvenated Mustang team.  The Cardinals got off on the right foot and scored on their first offensive possession. The Mustang offense responded with an impressive drive that saw them move the ball to midfield, but the drive stalled and Mustangs had to punt.  The Cardinal offense was met with two impressive stops by . . .

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Silver Lake FFA Takes A Trip To Husker Harvest Days

Members of the Silver Lake FFA Chapter traveled to Husker Harvest Days, the world’s largest working farm show, on September 11. The show, located in Alda, Nebraska, recently had a $7.5 million facility upgrade. Dyna-Grow Seed sponsored the chapter and gave students a free t-shirt and lunch. Throughout the day, students completed a scavenger hunt that was provided by UNL. The goal of the hunt was to communicate with 9 different . . .

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Marketing Class Ad

Monster Energy Ad created by AJ Niemeyer during Marketing. Monster Energy

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Come Support Your Mustangs!

Come support your Mustangs tonight as they take on the Harvard Cardinals tonight at 7:00 in Bladen. Commercial created by Hope Gomez and Nadia Trausch. Come Support Your Mustangs

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Mustangs Face Their First Loss Against The Wolves

  Maywood-Hayes Center handed Silver Lake their first loss of the season on Friday, September 6th.  Both teams entered the game after winning their opening game of the season the week before, but Maywood came out playing tough against the Mustangs.  The Wolves started the game off right with scoring on their first possession, taking the score to 7-0 early on in the quarter. After some success with their own drives, . . .

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Early Bird Yearbook Forms

Early-bird sales are now open to purchase the 2019-2020 Yearbook. The cost is $35 until October 31st and then the price will increase! Get your orders in to Mrs. Behmer! Early Bird Form 2019

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Fresh Pages in the Book

  With a new year comes many fresh faces. Much like an author adding new pages to a book, our school adds new teachers to its staff. Every year, a new face is added to our team. A warm welcome is always offered, and this year is no exception. Let’s give them their welcome! First off, let us welcome Tracie Drake, the new Kindergarten para at Silver Lake Elementary School. Before joining Silver Lake, she worked at . . .

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Out With The Old, In With The New

Starting on April 28th, 2019, the process of building a new elementary school in Bladen had begun. Construction crews started the process by demolishing the old three-story building. When asked about the process, Kim Bonifas said “It was sad to see the old building emptied and torn down, and I was sentimental during that time. As soon as the concrete was poured for the new building, that sadness was replaced with excitement and . . .

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