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Slinger falls to Whitefish Bay 10-0 on October 18th

By: Sean Hill, Staff Photographer

Posted: October 22nd, 2020

The Owls faced off against the Whitefish Bay Blue Dukes last week in a close game. The Owls fell 10-0, but put on a show on the defensive side of the ball against the conference leaders. This Friday the Owls will be facing Hartford at home for the 10th annual Coaches vs Cancer game.


By: Mariah Kiefer, Staff Writer

Posted: October 21st, 2020

The year 2020 has encapsulated many terrible events and changes. One of the main tragedies of 2020 is the coronavirus epidemic. The coronavirus is a widespread, global epidemic. It is an extremely contagious virus that attacks hollow organs in your body. Because of the contagiousness of this virus, the CDC, centers for disease and control prevention, insisted that a widespread quarantine is the necessary step to keeping people safe and healthy. Now that the heat of COVID-19 has died down, schools were allowed to reopen under certain guidelines.




By: Sydney Grohall-Weston, Staff Writer

Posted: October 21st, 2020

While telling the events in this article, I struggled so much. I struggled with this because I really wanted to know why the people in this horrific event did what they did. I wanted to know why a woman died on the floor and no one took action. And I wanted to know what the motive was for the murder of Breonna Taylor. Was it accidental? Was it racism? Was it just bad cops? Or was it a mix of all?




By: Ella Foster, Staff Writer

Posted: October 21st, 2020


“Aurora Harrington?”

“Present,” answered 15 year old Aurora. It was her first year here at Daring Falls High School in a small town outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. Her mom moved here for a job opportunity at Ryerson Scientific Experimental Facility. She felt the eyes of her peers on her like daggers, but strangely not a single one said a thing to Aurora. She thought to herself “These people didn’t seem very accepting”. She missed her old school more than anything. Her old house. Her old friends. Her old yard. Her old life. All those amazing memories. She never wanted to leave, but she wanted her to be happy more than anything. Her mother is passionate about science and she doesn't want to hold her back.




By: Aaron Haas, Staff Writer

Posted: October 19th, 2020

Ms. Sebald is a student-teacher here at SHS this fall. She hails from Phoenix, AZ, and she graduated from the Arizona Lutheran Academy. She is currently finishing up her degree in Wide Range Choral Education (Able to teach k-12) out of WI-Lutheran College in Milwaukee, which she will hopefully attain in January 2021.




By: Addison Rahmlow, Staff Writer

Posted: October 19th, 2020

There are over 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S -- 11 million people standing with their feet firmly rooted in American soil, their futures a fluorescent beam of opportunity blooming toward them. As Barack Obama once depicted, “These are young people who study in our schools, they play in our neighborhoods, they’re friends with our kids, they pledge allegiance to our flag. They are Americans in their heart, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper.”


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Slinger Crushes West Bend West 49-6 on October 9th

By: Sean Hill, Staff Photographer

Posted: October 14th, 2020

Last Friday your Slinger Owls travelled to West Bend High School to face the West Spartans. The Owls dominated with a final score of 49-6, lead by Junior Drew Fehrmann, Senior John Klabicheck, and Senior Derek Weist at quarterback. Senior Aydan Dautermann had 3 receiving touchdowns, while Sophomore Avery Kurth had one on the ground and one as a pick six. Junior Blake Durbin also had an impressive performance with two interceptions. This Friday the Owls will be at home to face the conference leaders, Whitefish Bay.

By: Mariah Kiefer, Staff Writer

Posted: October 9th, 2020

This past week on September 29th, the Democratic and Republican candidates for the 2020 presidential election battled it out in the first 2020 presidential debate.




By: Paige Weber, Staff Writer

Posted: October 8th, 2020

My mother was quaking in her shoes, his words seeming to hold the power of God. Yet the doctor’s diagnosis echoed through my head...




By: Abby Walter, Staff Writer

Posted: October 8th, 2020

The University of Minnesota Gophers played their first homecoming game against the Wisconsin Badgers in 1911, and the school debuted its first homecoming dance three years later. Clearly, a lot has changed over the past century, seeing as ducks and cowboys no longer provide entertainment. Even so, traditions such as themed dances, parades, and homecoming royalty have stood the test of time.


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Slinger falls to Cedarburg 49-13 on September 25th

By: Sean Hill, Staff Photographer

Posted: October 1st, 2020

Friday night was the Owl's season and home opener, doubling as senior night and homecoming. The Owls faced the Cedarburg Bulldogs and fell 49-13. The Owls were led by Junior Drew Fehrmann at QB. Sophomore Avery Kurth had a good night at running back in his first ever varsity game. Aydan Dautermann had the first score for the owls in the second quarter.


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By: Jenna Jandrow, Staff Writer

Posted: October 1st, 2020

This year has been quite a year. The COVID-19 virus has taken a lot of things away, and unfortunately we won't get a homecoming dance this year, but we did still get the football game as well as spirit week.


By: Addison Rahmlow, Staff Writer

Posted: September 27th, 2020

Chocolate is something we’re all accustomed to. Chocolate bars, chocolate cake, chocolate ice cream -- the flavor is globally acclaimed, though the origins of it are less noted. Cocoa trees are at the base of the process that creates this well-known candy, and the yellow-green pods that dangle from their branches envelop beans called cocoa beans.



By: Mariah Kiefer, Staff Writer

Posted: September 27th, 2020

This past tuesday, the Slinger High School varsity golf team concluded their North Shore conference season. The team finished in 3rd place overall for their 2020 season. Senior captain, Samantha Pendowski, along with sophomore Emma Raimer were leading contributors to the team's success.



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Slinger Owls Football Scrimmage of 2020

By: Sean Hill, Staff Photographer

Posted: September 27th, 2020

By: Sydney Grohall-Weston, Staff Writer

Posted: September 23rd, 2020