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Sports

12/04/2019 - 11:09am
The Glencoe-Silver Lake Pantherettes Dance team is ready for the 2019-2020 dance season. The team has been practicing since late October, working out the details of the high kick routine with a “Guardians of the Galaxy” theme. Five seniors have returned to the team this year, with many other veteran dancers filling out the 13-dancer varsity roster. The junior varsity team is made up of eight...
11/27/2019 - 11:56am
He’s been here before and the honor still means a ton. It’s a sign the GSL baseball coach is surrounded by good players, good coaches and a supportive community. Schwirtz was recently named the section baseball coach of the year by the Minnesota Baseball Coach’s Association for Section 5AA. It’s the sixth time he’s won the honor since 2007, the...
11/27/2019 - 11:55am
After graduating four of five starters from a year ago, the GSL boys’ hoops team is taking a different approach on offense and sticking with a similar way of doing business on defense. Last year, GSL finished 15-14 overall. The Panthers were 6-2 against teams in their section and 6-8 against Wright County Conference West competition. They were 4-7...
11/20/2019 - 12:25pm
The Glencoe-Silver Lake athletic trainers, which are contracted through Ridgeview Medical Center, have been working with Panthers’ athletes since GSL Activities Director Dean Schwirtz was a Panthers’ football player. He remembers utilizing their services as a Panthers’ athlete all the way through to now as the school’s top employee for after-...
11/20/2019 - 12:20pm
When he looks across the wrestling room above the gymnasium at Glencoe-Silver Lake High School, about two-thirds of the approximately 30 athletes coach Lance Wurm sees came through the youth wrestling program. It’s a group of young wrestlers that will help provide a future for the Panthers. “It’s a great program,” Wurm said of the youth program...
11/13/2019 - 12:59pm
It has become a staple of modern basketball, a shot that has changed the game so much it’s worth three points. The three-point arch is at 19-feet-9 inches for high school play. The Minnesota State High School League approved implementation of the three-point shot in 1988. High-schoolers today have never played varsity hoops without it. “I like it...
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