Saturday, February 6, 2021

Exeter-Milligan Girls Defeat Giltner Easily

Giltner had no chance against the Lady Timberwolves at home on Tuesday night.  In a clock-running event the Timberwolves dominated 52-10 against the winless Hornets.


Friday, February 5, 2021

Exeter-Milligan Boys Win Close Game at Home

The Timberwolves were challenged at home by the Giltner Hornets but everything meshed for the team and they defeated Giltner 44-38.


Thursday, February 4, 2021

Throwback Thursday Feb 4 2011



Students in Kindergarten, first and second grades spent the day counting to 100 with the first graders spending the majority of their day focusing on 100.

The Kindergarten class made necklaces with 100 pieces of cereal along with special headbands and a book about 100.  They also brought 100 of something to show to their class. 

The first graders celebrated "100 days of being smarter."  Their teacher, Sharon Lott, encouraged them to dress up like they were 100 years old.  Canes and gray wigs were popular among the students.  Lott makes learning about the day very special, "We enjoy doing and sharing the projects to incorporate many areas of learning, not just the counting aspect."


Exeter-Milligan Elementary students competed
in the Elks Hoop Shoot on January 8, 2011, at York High
School (3rd Grade)Caleb Horne, (6th Grade) Samantha
Horne, (3rd Grade) Brooke Poppert, and (6th Grade) Hailey


Monday, February 1, 2021

Lady Timberwolves Finish Strong at Conference Tournament


After losing to BDS twice in the last two weeks the Timberwolves were determined to win, their motto, “Third time is a charm” paid off Saturday night in Osceola.  The game was tied at the half 10-10 and the third quarter ended with the Timberwolves ahead 23-19.  There was no looking back for this team as they finished in third place at the Crossroads conference tournament with a 36-27 wn over BDS.

Front row from the left:  Cameran Jansky, Jaiden Papik, Cammie Harrison and Emma Olsen.  Back row from the left:  Assistant Coach Sara Pella , Jozie Kanode, Taylor Pribyl, Malorie Staskal, Jasmine Turrubiates, Daisy Kanode, Maddie Luzum and Head Coach Jackson Krejci.