Exeter-Milligan had a tough home opener facing Deshler 52-28
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Saturday, December 7, 2019
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Front row from the left: Elijah Johnson, Ryan Sharp, and Max Zeleny. Middle row from the left: Peyton Pribyl, Casey Underwood, Karl Martinsen, and Braden Capek. Back row from the left: Daysan Staskal, Jackson Beethe, and Kole Svec. Marcus Krupicka is not pictured.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Exeter-Milligan girls basketball team have their season opener on Thursday, Dec 5 at 6:00 p.m. in Exeter against Deshler.
Front row from the left: Kayla Geiger, Anna Sluka, Alexis Turrubiates. Middle row from the left: Jozie Kanode, Cameran Jansky, Cammie Harrison, Jaiden Papik, Maddie Luzum, Morgan White. Back row from the left: Daisy Kanode, Joana Melchert, Emma Olsen, Jasmine Turrubiates.
Seniors – Kayla Geiger, Alexis Turrubiates and Anna Sluka
Monday, December 2, 2019
By Brian Murphy, E-M Social Studies Instructor
Several Exeter-Milligan students recently participated in a History Harvest with Judy Dinneen. During the morning visit, students scanned over 70 photos about the local community from her albums. The project started two years ago when eight students traveled to the University of Nebraska in Kearney to learn how to scan and document photographs and artifacts of local historical value. The goal of the ongoing History Harvest project is to document the history of the local area that lies within the Exeter-Milligan School district. In addition, the goal is to eventually make this history available for the public to view online.
Pictured clockwise from left to right are Clint Oldehoeft, Jaiden Papik, Judy Dinneen, Kayla Geiger, and Anna Sluka.