The Exeter-Milligan Lady Timberwolves defeated CWC for third place at the volleyball State Tournament today. The Timberwolves lost the first two sets 22-25, 26-28 and won the next three sets
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The Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves lost a heartbreaker Saturday afternoon in the PBA. The Timberwolves took the first set 25-18 but lost the next two sets 25-22 and 25-21 before coming back hard for fourth set win 25-15. The Timberwolves led almost the entire fifth set until the Wynot Bluedevils fought back to tie it up. The Bluedevils and the Timberwolves traded leads for the next the last five points until Wynot made the match point winning 16-14 and sending the Timberwolves to the consolation match to meet CWC at Lincoln Southeast at 11 a.m. Saturday morning. You can listen to the match on Max Country 104.9 or online at 1049maxcountry.com
Posted by Leesa Bartu at 5:40 PM
The Exeter-Milligan Lady Timberwolves brought their brooms with them for yesterday's State Volleyball match. In three straight sets, the first two by a wide margin, the Timberwolves sent the Brady Eagles back home. Today, the Timberwolves will meet #5 seeded Wynot in the semi-final at Pinnacle Bank Arena at 11 a.m. The game will be broadcast on Max Country 104.9 and online.
Posted by Leesa Bartu at 8:17 AM
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Exeter-Milligan, the #1 seed in the D-2 State Volleyball tournament will face #8 Brady at Lincoln Northeast at 5:30 today. If you aren't able to be there in person you can listen live on the radio on KTMX 104.9 or online at 1049maxcountry.com
Posted by Leesa Bartu at 9:22 AM
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
by Matt Nicholas, E-M Science Instructor
For the last several weeks in meteorology class, we have been observing and analyzing weather maps. The students were responsible for recording various data points including: Temperature, Pressure, Wind, Clouds, and weather maps with fronts over a two-week period. They then were tasked with identifying patterns and predicting future weather. This semester we encounter varied degrees of success. Several students correctly predicted the high and low temps within a few degrees and one student had a classic weather map prediction that was nearly perfect in comparison to the actual map for that day. The students were able to see that weather prediction is not a science of precise prediction, but using probability to predict the most likely outcomes. We were able to make average to good prediction with just our minds, paper, and pencils. Imagine what can be done with the data gathered by high tech satellites in orbit and processes by supercomputers on the ground. We all give the weatherman a hard time when he is wrong, but we have to remember the atmosphere is a turbulent place that can change at the drop of a hat.
As we move forward in our study of weather and climate, we will be looking deeper into what causes fronts to form and what effects will those fronts produce. Once we understand the “anatomy” of a front, we can learn what to look for when attempting to predict severe weather. We will study the forces behind Tornadoes and thunderstorms and then move into our study of climate. So, if the weather outside is frightful, just look to one of your E-M meteorology students for the scoop. (Yes, that was a snow joke!)
Front – Evan Harre and Jos Cremers
Back – Trystan Brandt, Evan True, and Max Zeleny
Monday, November 7, 2016
By Judy Kassik, E-M Kindergarten teacher
Exeter-Milligan Kindergarten practiced their sight numbers by playing Bingo in the classroom. Each student got a turn being the caller. The last game was Blackout and all the squares needed to be covered. What a fun way to practice!
Front: Boden Graham, Kate Pribyl, Micah Korf, Joel Vossler and Mackenzie Jaeger
Middle: Hannah Petersen, Abigale Burke, Aiden Nichols, Beau Becker and Maddux Milton
Back: Chezney Kanode, Brynnlye Johnson, Gavin Mueller, Jordan Franssen,