Saturday, November 8, 2014

Exeter-Milligan JV Volleyball has almost perfect season

Back left to right Joan Strate, Coach Lisa Kanode, Marietta Purtschert, Tara Mueller, Haylee Sheffield, Coach Laura Kroll.  Front row from the left Hannah Horne, Hannah Beethe, Kaitlyn Vavra and Janey Erdkamp.

The Exeter-Milligan JV Volleyball team had a 12-0 record this year.  They won 24 sets and only lost one set the whole season.  Congratulations ladies!

District Football Playoff Results

Kyle Jensen takes off leaving another Renegade in his dust.  The Timberwolves didn't get on to the board first Wednesday night but they made up for it quickly.  Final score Timberwolves 58 - Renegades 18.  The Timberwolves will meet Humphrey-St. Francis on Tuesday, November 11th at 6:00 p.m. in Milligan.
Sam Zeleny brings another CWC player down.
The boys of fall listening while the band plays.
Jensen taking off again.
Jarrett Maxson going in to block the punt.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Local Election Results

The unofficial election results are in and here are the results

County Supervisor:
Bob Mueller relected with 94% of the vote

Exeter-Fairmont Township Board:
Donald L. Bristol  353 votes
Gerald J. Geiger  299 votes
Write-in:  Dillan White  unknown

Liberty Township Board:
Galen G. Kuska  47 votes
John J. Becker 46 votes
David L. Krupicka 47 votes

Exeter/Milligan School Board 1 (Vote for 3):
Adam Erdkamp  410 votes
Sharon S. Kuska 312 votes
Mark E. Bigelow 199 votes
Kendra Jansky 364 votes

Exeter Village Board (vote for 2):
Tim Wilbeck  189
Justin Harre  181

General Obligation Bond
(Paving Road 24-Milligan Road)
For 1032
Against 1193

Veteran's Day Program

The Exeter Veteran's Day Program will be held on Tuesday, November 11th at 10:00 a.m. at the Exeter-Milligan School Gymnasium.  The National Honor Society would like to invite area Veteran's for coffee and rolls in the schools cafeteria at 9:00 a.m.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Timberwolf Volleyball Tonight

Exeter-Milligan defeated Hampton and Meridian Monday night to advance in District play to meet Johnson-Brock at Norris High School tonight at 7 p.m. Pictures below are from the sub-dsitrict Hampton game Monday night
 Madison Horne sends it back over the net (above).  Below, Sydney Hall sets the ball.

 Above, Madison Horne serves and below, Hailey Luzum sends the ball back over to Hampton.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Exeter-Milligan Update: One Act Presentation

Exeter-Milligan's One Act Play, under the direction of Rachel Haider, practices "Amy Goes Army" by Tim Kelly. The cast will perform the show for the community Sunday, Nov. 9th at 2:30 PM in the Exeter site gym as well as Tuesday, Nov. 25th at the Rialto Theatre in Geneva at 6 PM. Cast pictured from left to right: Haylee Sheffield, Katie Skinner, Katie Moody, Claire Mounce, Ella Wilkens, Katie Mounce (behind Ella), Brianna Beatham, Andrew Dyer, Quinton Behrens (seated), and Kayla Bonds. Not pictured Sam Horne and Hannah Horne.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Don't Forget to Vote Today!

Exeter residents will have the opportunity to vote on Tuesday from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

In addition to state and county-wide elections Exeter voters will also have an opportunity to vote in these local elections:

County Supervisor (vote for 1):
Bob Mueller

Exeter-Fairmont Township Board (vote for 3):
Donald L. Bristol
Gerald J. Geiger
Write-in:  Dillan White

Liberty Township Board (Vote for 3):
Galen G. Kuska
John J. Becker
David L. Krupicka

Exeter/Milligan School Board 1 (Vote for 3):
Adam Erdkamp
Sharon S. Kuska
Mark E. Bigelow
Kendra Jansky

Exeter Village Board (vote for 2):
Tim Wilbeck
Justin Harre

General Obligation Bond
(Paving Road 24-Milligan Road)
For or Against

Monday, November 3, 2014

Exeter Chamber of Commerce Weekly Drawings Start Today!

Check your Exeter businesses and enter the three weekly drawings for a Turkey from the Exeter Chamber of Commerce.  Entries start today!

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Exeter-Milligan Junior High Football Wrap Up

                The Exeter-Milligan junior high football team recently completed their season with a 3-2 record.  This season, the team consisted of 13 boys from EM and 3 boys from Friend.

                On September 9, Exeter-Milligan played Diller-Odell in Friend.  It was a close contest throughout.  However, Diller-Odell scored two, fourth quarter touchdowns to defeat the Timberwolves 20-34.  EM did not have an offensive touchdown in the game.  Joel Klemm started the scoring with a 55 yard kickoff return.  Later in the first quarter, Colton Bossaller returned a punt 35 yards for a TD.  Bossaller also added a 2-point conversion run.  On defense, Klemm recovered a fumble.  Edwen Baptista recovered a fumble and returned it 48 yards for a TD.

                Exeter-Milligan traveled to Dwight on September 16 to play East Butler.  The Timberwolves opened up a 30-6 lead at the end of three quarters, in route to a 46-30 victory.  Joel Klemm and Colton Bossaller returned kickoffs 60 and 70 yards respectively for EM.  Klemm added a 20 yard TD run.  Bossaller had TD runs of 21and 39 yards.  Max Zeleny scored on a 31 yard scramble.  Two-point conversion runs were by Bossaller, twice, Klemm, Mitchell Manning, and Mason Kelley.  

                After a week off, Meridian hosted EM on September 29.  EM scored a touchdown in each quarter and held Meridian from scoring until the fourth quarter, coming away with a 30-6 victory.  Spencer Pribyl threw touchdown passes of 25 and 52 yards.  Slater Wells was on the receiving end of a 25 yard TD pass and Edwen Baptista caught a 52 yard TD pass.  Mitchell Manning ran for TDs of 8 and 12 yards.  Manning also ran in three conversions.  On defense for the Timberwolves, Wells, Baptista, and Colton Bossaller recovered fumbles.

                Exeter-Milligan hosted Heartland on October 6.  EM fell behind 0-20 at half.  EM matched Heartland in scoring for the second half, with a final score of 20-34 in favor of the visitors.  Spencer Pribyl again had two TD passes.  The first was a 13 yarder to Edwen Baptista, while the second was to Colton Bossaller for 25 yards.  Bossaller also caught a 2-point conversion from Pribyl.  On defense, Joel Klemm and Max Zeleny recovered fumbles.

                To finish the season, EM traveled to Deshler on October 13.  The Timberwolves played 8-man on offense and 6-man on defense in this game.  Exeter-Milligan scored the first 36 points of the game, coming away with a 36-20 win.  Each of the EM touchdowns came on runs.  Joel Klemm had a 54 yard run and Colton Bossaller added  an 18 yard run.  Mitchell Manning found the end zone on runs of 42, 6, and 40 yards.  Trever Zelenka passed to Edwen Baptista three times on conversion plays.  Slater Wells had a fumble recovery for the EM defense.