Exeter-Milligan Boys Basketball team will play in the Class D-2 Final Championship game on Saturday, March 14th at 4:30 p.m. at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln.
The Timberwolves dominated the Minatare Indians 60-36. There was no doubt for the T-wolf fans as the team never led by less than 8 points during the entire game. The Timberwolves will meet either #4 Riverside (20-7) or #1 Bancroft-Rosalie (26-1) at PBA.
The game will be broadcast on NET -1.
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Thursday, March 12, 2015
Broc Mueller puts it up for two points during the first half.
Jarett Maxson takes the ball downtown for another two.
Sam Zeleny takes the ball in for a score.
Jarett Maxson is back in for two points.
Derek Luzum tops Wilxox-Hildreth's players and puts the ball in.
Dusty Axline put some more points on the board for the Timberwolves.
Kyle Jensen moves around the Wilcox-Hildreth player for two points.
Exeter-Milligan may have not put the first points up on the board but in the end it was the points they put up that mattered.
The Timberwolves took down the Falcons 49-40 on Thursday morning at Lincoln Northeast. They now move on to the semi-final round which will be played at Devaney Sports Center on Friday at 2p.m. For
those who are not able to go to the game it will be broadcast on KTMX 104.9 FM.
Posted by Leesa Bartu at 7:06 PM
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
The Exeter Area Community Foundation
INVITES YOU TO A
Sharing of Survey Results
Community Visioning Session
Exeter Legion Hall
March 16, 2015 (Monday)
Light Supper at 6:30 P.M.
Please RSVP to Adam Erdkamp or firstname.lastname@example.org by March 11
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First Grade Happenings by Sharon Lott, Exeter-Milligan 1st Grade Instructor
The first graders at Exeter-Milligan are practicing sums of ten using 10 pennies. They put some on one side of their work board and some on the other side. They then make up a problem and write it down. Pictured is Alivia Luzum, counting up her pennies.
Monday, March 9, 2015
Ms. Lorie Sliefert's physics class at Exeter-Milligan had an engineering design challenge last week. Students were given 3 pieces of paper and materials for wheels to design a car that was both fast and crashworthy. Cars needed to have a width under 6.5 centimeters and could not have a mass over 30 grams. There were two different competition days. On Race Day, we calculated whose car was the fastest, speed wise. AJ was the winner! On Crash Day, the students put a raw egg into to their car and crashed it into a wall. All the eggs, except AJ's, survived the first crash. We then increased the angle and speed with which the cars crashed into the wall. Maitlyn's car was the winner on Crash Day, only because Madison and Amber's car wheels fell off.
Pictured is the Physics Class with their cars: Madison Horne, AJ Underwood, Maitlyn Thomsen, and Amber Pribyl
Sunday, March 8, 2015
Once again, the Exeter Public Library is participating in Southeast Library System's "Library Madness" competition. Much like the NCAA basketball tournament, it is bracketed. Library Madness pits area libraries against one another, seeing who can tally the most checkouts each week. The checkouts are calculated per capita, so that smaller libraries are not at a disadvantage. Exeter Public Library will be competing as the "Exeter Eagles". Competition begins Monday, March 9. This is the third year of the event, and the Exeter Public Library has participated each of those three years.
The Southeast Library System (SELS) consists of all types of libraries in a 15-county region of southeast Nebraska. The organization serves libraries in the counties of Butler, Clay, Fillmore, Gage, Hamilton, Jefferson, Johnson, Lancaster, Merrick, Nemaha, Nuckolls, Otoe, Pawnee, Polk, Richardson, Saline, Saunders, Seward, Thayer, and York.