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October 14th, 2015

Minnesota Nice starts boxing up care packages for soldiers

Minnesota Nice is already packaging up boxes to send to soldiers, according to local organizers.
One of those organizers, Linda Krueger of Glencoe, said the local group is already receiving e-mails that new units have been sent to remote locations where supplies are very limited — the nearest PX can be up to 60 miles away and it is very dangerous to travel.
Minnesota Nice sends soldier care packages through the Christmas season.

St. Pius X school marathon

Noah's Ark Preschool visits Brownton Fire Department

Trumpeter Swans visit Lake Addie

Panthers capture top section seed

Closing in on conference championship

Runners brave wind, cold

Panthers snag top section seed despite defeat

A 7-6 loss to Litchfield on Thursday, Oct. 8 left the Glencoe-Silver Lake football team facing the prospect of losing out on a No. 1 seed and a first-round bye in the upcoming Section 2AAA Tournament. 
However, that loss, GSL’s first to the Dragons since 2005, proved of little consequence as the closest contender to that top seed – Providence Academy – also lost the final game of its regular season the very next night.

Lady Panthers closing in on conference championship

With another three-game sweep in its lone match last week, the Glencoe-Silver Lake volleyball team continued its march towards the Wright County Conference West title. The Panthers proved to be rude guests to the Royals on Friday, Oct. 9, thumping their hosts 25-13, 25-14, 25-12 to improve to 20-4 overall and 5-0 in WCC West play.

Girls' soccer nets second win

The Glencoe-Silver Lake girls’ soccer team opened the regular season with a tie and a win.  On Thursday, Oct. 8, after two more ties and nine losses, the Panthers were finally able to celebrate win No. 2.
GSL closed out its regular-season with a 2-0 victory at Jordan. It was the first shutout of the year for the Panthers and the first clean sheet for GSL freshman goalkeeper Destiney Exsted. Scoring statistics were not available.