Exeter-Milligan traveled to Shickley on Thursday night to play Hampton and then BDS. The Timberwolves dominated Hampton taking two sets to win and then met BDS. The Timberwolves led the entire first set and capped off the win 28-26. EM and BDS battled in the second set with BDS winning 25-23. The Timberwolves lost the third set and the match.
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Saturday, September 4, 2021
Thursday, September 2, 2021
Throwback Thursday August 28, 2011
Exeter-Milligan members of the Fillmore Central/Exeter-Milligan softball team are: Alicia Bigelow, Megan Waldron, Elly Korbelik, Logan Zeleny, Maitlyn Thomsen, Meredith Emshoff, Brooke Manning, Celia Perez Lora and Assistant Coach Miss Lorie Sliefert.
The Diet Center of York, owned by Gerri McIntyre, opened a branch office in Exeter located just inside the law offices of Nancy Waldron on Wednesday's by appointment.
A new ice machine was recently donated to the Exeter American Legion by the Exeter Community Foundation.
Volleyball team members for the season are: Malinda Hall, Taylor Erdkamp, Claire White, Megan Zwickl, Jennifer Pribyl, Sierra Christensen, Madison Horne, Jackie Luzum, Amber Pribyl, Erica Yound and Kylie Briske. Student managers are K K White, Ashley Benorden, Sidney Hall, Hailey Luzum, Mariss Howard, Samantha Horne and Joan Strate. They are coached by Darcy White and Laura Kroll.
The Exeter branch of the Farmers Cooperative recently saw some high dollar improvements. The grain dryer on the main elevator was replaced at a cost of over $800,000. The new dryer will process 4,000 bushels an hour and bring the moisture from 20 down to 15 on the corn. While that was installed, a new leg from the older set of elevators to the new storage bin was added.
Wednesday, September 1, 2021
Exeter-Milligan Tunes Up for State Fair Performance
Exeter-Milligan Hosts Superior at Home to Open Season
Exeter-Milligan Volleyball Digs In Against Sutton
Exeter-Milligan/Friend Football Team
EMF Football: Front row from the left: Elijah Black, Cooper Girmus, Braden Capek, Kole Svec, Ben Bartu, Jesse Duba, JB Drake, Peyton Pribyl, Christian Weber. Second row from the left: Breckan Schluter, Chase Vnoucek, Marcus Krupicka, Daysan Staskal, Cade Kresak, Chase Svehla. Third row from the left: Josh Meyer, Spencer Eberspacher, Preston Knollenburg, Tyler Due, Andrew Vavra, Draven Payne Jordan Lawver, Jacob Weber and Tyrell Fennel. Fourth row from the left: Zach Spohn, Chase Paulsen, Devin Harrison, Mason Vossler, Jayden Capek, Aidan Vavra, Mikey Bartu, Carter Milton, Will Vyhnalek, Jacob Klooz. Top row: Student Managers Brett Kallhoff, Clayton Pribyl and Truman Milton. Not pictured are Adrian Schoofs and student managers Zayde Arp, Cohen Harre, and Hunter Svehla.
EMF Defeats Conestoga in Season Opener
Exeter-Milligan/Friend football team traveled all the way to Conestoga High School (near Murray) on Friday night. They left with a big one defeating the Cougars 54-6.
It didn't take the Bobcats to start packing on the points when on their first possession they quickly found the end zone. Carrying for over 200 yards that night Breckan Schluter got to the four yard line before Conestoga pushed him out of bounds. Christian Weber kept the ball and carried it in for a touchdown and the extra two.
Just three minutes later Weber found his way around traffic before he was tackled on the one yard line. He found the end zone for eight more points. 16 - 0
With 4:27 left in the first quarter the Bobcats tacked on eight more points making it 24 - 0.
After a false start penalty on the fourth down that pushed the Bobcats back Weber tossed a pass to Chase Svehla who broke several tackles and swept into the end zone for six. Weber wrestled his way in first the two point conversion. 32 to 0 at the start of second quarter.
Conestoga struggled offensively and went four and out the entire first half. Schluter was back on the move again and found the end zone adding six. 38-0 with 9:59 left in the first half.
JB Drake got his turn in the end zone adding six with Weber running for the extra points. 46-0 and a running clock.
Connestoga found the end zone and got on the board with six but the Bobcat defense denied the extra ponts.
The Bobcats tacked on six more with an Aidan Vavra pass to Jacob Weber with four seconds left in the game. Vavra ran in for the two making the final score 54-6.
The Bobcats will host East Butler at home in Friend on Friday night. The FFA Boosters are sponsoring a burger tailgate!