Learn Your Lancers!
Greetings Lancer Family! This week we will be led in chapel by one of two longest tenured Lancers. Mr. Wayne Foelske was recently our first person featured for the Lancer Spotlight. The Lancer Spotlight will highlight faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Each week on Tuesday watch for the Lancer Spotlight on all of our social media outlets, as well as around school.
Wayne has been serving at MLHS since 1999, he currently is the Chairman of the science department and is currently teaching biology, honors advanced biology, earth and space science, and our newest science course, introduction to agriscience.
This week our chapel will focus on Psalm 46, which was Martin Luther's favorite Psalm. Just as Luther found strength and comfort during difficult times in the Psalm, so do we. Join us each day this week on Livestream.
Chapel times week of 10/17
Monday 10/17: 10:18
Tuesday 10/18: 10:06
Wednesday 10/19: No Broadcast
Thursday 10/20: 10:18
Friday 10/14: 10:06
Grandparents Day 2022 Sets Record Attendance!
On Thursday October 14 we welcomed 216 grandparents and visitors into our school, when we hosted our annual Grandparents Day!
We hope all of our visitors enjoyed the time they got to spend at school. We we would like to thank Pastor Dave Ruddat, from Immanuel, Shirley, for sharing God's word with us during chapel.
Grandparents thank you and we love you!
We look forward to seeing you next year!
To see more pictures visit the MLHS photo gallery: https://mlhs.smugmug.com/
On September 22nd, the MLHS Board of Control, issued a call to Pastor Kock to serve full time in our theology department. Pastor Kock would also teach Latin 1 and 2. If he accepts this call, the MLHS Federation would look to call a new President as soon as possible. Regardless of his decision, President Kock would continue to serve as MLHS President for the remainder of this school year. Please pray for him, his family, and MLHS during this time of deliberation. Feel free to reach out to him at email@example.com. Thank you.
Volleyball Help Needed!
MLHS Volleyball Regional play starts Tuesday at home. Concession workers are needed for Tuesday and Thursday! Please consider signing up and helping out! 😊
Wisconsin Education Fair
On Thursday, October 20th, all MLHS Juniors will be attending the Wisconsin Education Fair. Students will be excused from classes and will depart MLHS at 8:30am and travel to Lakeland University to attend the fair. This is a great opportunity for students to speak with potential technical colleges, four-year colleges, and universities.
Questions? Please email Mr. Ryan Hulse, Guidance Director. Rhulse@mlhslancers.org
Student Resource & Incentive Day
Oct 21st we will have our first Student Resource and Incentive Day (SRID). We will run an early release schedule, which our day ends at 12:34pm. Lunch will be provided for those that want to stay for lunch. Everyone is excused either at 12:34 or after lunch except for four reasons:
-The student is ineligible
-The student is failing a class
-The student has missing work
- The student is referred by a teacher to stay
IN the case of missing work or a student being referred, the student may leave once their missing work is done or if the teacher who referred them is done working with them. They must be cleared by administration prior to leaving. The other students will stay until 3pm. More information will come to the students as those days get closer.
JL Grades 5-8 Basketball Sign Up Open
For information or to sign up for 5th-9th grade Junior Lancer basketball. HERE
The Lancer Cross Country team competed at the Big East Conference Meet hosted by Reedsville on Saturday 10/15/22. There were 13 teams there: Oostburg, Saint Mary Catholic, Reedsville, Mishicot, Ozaukee, Howards Grove, Hilbert, Random Lake, Elkhart Lake, Sheboygan Lutheran, Cedar Grove-Belgium, and Kohler.
Girls’ Varsity started the cool and crisp day with a 10th place finish. They met their goal of beating Howards Grove. The girls were led by Senior Lizzy Kolar. She ran a lifetime best of 22:23 to place her 8th on the girl’s 5k record board. That time earned her a 28th place finish and a All-Conference Honorable Mention. Lancer girl’s scoring members were Trisha Kiss, Isabella Blauert, Taylor Schuettpelz, Myra Liermann. Top 7 was rounded it by Bitsy Blauert and Maddy Sveom. The winning team was Cedar Grove Belgium followed by Oostburg in 2nd.
Boys’ Varsity was the second race of the day. The boys were able to pull off a top 5 finish in a very tough Conference with 4 ranked teams finishing ahead of them. The Lancer boys were led by Jonah Melso in a time of 17:37 which earned him a 17th place 2nd team Alll-Conference award. He was followed by Jacob Kanzenbach in 17:46 in 20th place earning a 2nd team All-Conference award. Ryder Vogt was also All-Conference honorable mention finishing 25th with a time of 18:07. Scoring members were Seth Ciha and Trenton Schuettpelz. Rounding out Varsity with season best times Joey Ungemach and Braden Vogt.
Jonah’s time of 17:37 puts him tied for 11th place for all boys in school history. Ryder’s time of 18:07 places him 5th on the all-time Sophomore List.
On the JV side the Boys and Girls both finished 3rd. Boys JV was led by Ricky Li in 14th place with a 21:04. Girls’ JV was led by Carissa Meidl in 26:51 with a 14th place finish as well.
Full results at www.xmtiming.com
The Varsity Lancers Sectional Meet is this Saturday 10/22/22 at Meadow Links Golf Course in Manitowoc. This WIAA Sectional is hosted by Manitowoc Lutheran and Manitowoc Lincoln and is a joint Division 1 and Division 3 Sectional. Top Teams and individuals from this meet will qualify for the State Meet. The Lancer crew runs against 21 other teams. Fans come on out and cheer on our runners. The Lancer Girls Run at 11:00 am and the Boys Run at 11:45 am. Results from Sectionals will be on www.pttiming.com and the WIAA website.
Lancer Season Comes to an End
Lancers fall to Hilbert 62-20 in the final game of the season. A strong offensive and defensive performance by the Wolves were too much for the Lancers on Friday. The Lancers passing game was led by Brayden Bennett who threw for 2 touchdowns on 188 yards, but did surrender 3 interceptions in the game. Hauling in 7 receptions for 174 yards and 2 touchdowns Caleb Uhlhorn led the way. The Lancers rushing attack was led by Kamden Baye who carried the ball 17 times for 90 yards and a touchdown.
The Lancer defense was led in tackles by Caleb Uhlhorn who accounted for 12 tackles. Caden Stanzel 8 tackles and Owen Scheider added 7 as well. Another season is in the books for the Lancers, the full season review and stats will be in the next Lancer Express.
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