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Archive

May 15th, 2019

Sawdust & Lace Designs opens anew

Alex Barton and her husband Steve spent weeks preparing to open Sawdust & Lace Designs at the intersection of East 10th Street and North Hennepin Avenue.

GSL baseball in final stretch

Korey Johnson started, struck out nine batters, and earned the victory as the Glencoe-Silver Lake baseball team blanked Watertown-Mayer May 7.

Under the bright lights

Second-graders from Lincoln Elementary displayed their musical talents on the big stage at the high school auditorium Thursday, May 9. An overflow crowd was impressed with students’ singing and instrumental skills.

Letter-carriers bring in food for food shelf

Letter-carriers from Glencoe and Hutchinson post offices picked up almost two tons of donated canned and dry goods for the McLeod Emergency Food Shelf Saturday. Residents left donated food items at the mail box to be picked up. Based on the number of people using the food shelf, the donated food will last just a few days, according to Lennie Albers, the food shelf’s executive director. She’s pictured with letter-carrier Greg Copas.

Track teams host Invite

Erin Jaskowiak finishes off the anchor leg of the 4x100 at the GSL Invitational Tuesday, May 7.

Taking the oath

Glencoe Mayor Randy Wilson administered the oath of office to new Glencoe Fire Department officers and firefighters at the May 6 city council meeting. The officers include Engine Company 31, 2nd Lt. Scott Mathews, training officer Nick Pagel, Engine Company 36, 2nd Lt. John Kruger. The new firefighters just completing a year of service include Tyler Ortloff, Lenny Donnay, Corey Lemke, Tyler Plihal, Brandon Rollins and Islam Barerra.

Bruins improve to 3-1 with victory

The Brownton Bruins improved to 3-1 on the season with an 11-1, eight-inning win against visiting St. Boni on Sunday, May 12.
Deryk Randt got the Bruins on the board with a two-run homer in the second inning of Brownton’s home opener at Barney Tadsen Field. The blast put the hosts up for good as Bruins starter Ryan Grams turned in another gem on the mound.

(For the complete story, see the May 15 print edition of The Chronicle)

Brewers battered by Sox

The Glencoe Brewers suffered loss No. 1 of the season in an 11-2 setback against the visiting Carver Black Sox on Sunday, May 12, at Vollmer Field.
Carver starting pitcher Andrew Weber piled up 14 strikeouts in his seven-inning start. Glencoe was held to five hits on the day, including a two-run homer by Paxton Jordahl in the seventh inning that accounted for all the Brewers’ offense on the day.

(For the complete story, see the May 15 print edition of The Chronicle)

Girls’ golf sixth in WCC West standings

The Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ golf team finished eighth and sixth, respectively, in the seventh and eighth rounds of Wright County Conference West play, hosted by Dassel-Cokato at Albion Ridges Golf Course.
In the nine-hole Round 7 matchup, the Panthers carded a 220. Grace Kosek led the way with a 48 to place ninth individually.
Kenady Rosckes was 31st with a 56, Ashley Radke was 33rd at 57, and Maddy Brown was 35th at 59.
Alyssa Radke took 41st at 64 and Brooke Brown was 42nd at 70.

(For the complete story, see the May 15 print edition of The Chronicle)

Boys’ golf places fifth at GCC

The Glencoe-Silver Lake boys’ golf team placed fifth in an 18-hole Wright County Conference West meet hosted at Glencoe Country Club on Monday, May 13.
Zach Meyer led the Panthers by finishing in a third-place tie with a score of 80. Riley Schuth scored an 84, while Reid Coon-Gore’s 91 and Jacob Schrupp’s 93 filled out GSL’s team card of 348. Damien Silus posted a 94, with Derek Trippel recording a 95.

(For the complete story,see the May 15 print edition of The Chronicle)