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Star Music Performers

Congratulations to the following performers for receiving Star Performances in their sites at Section-State Contest on Saturday: Jared Seibert, Vocal solo; Nicholas Johnson, Tenor Sax solo; Men’s Vocal Ensemble, Nicholas Johnson, Jared Seibert, Wyatt Huhta, Ryan Oakland.  Great work, gentlemen!

Sebeka Splits with Pillager

The Sebeka Trojans split in the doubleheader on Monday evening against Pillager. The Trojans stayed in the first game until the end, but Pillager pulled away late in a 4-3 victory. The game was tied at three with Pillager batting in the top of the sixth when a wild pitch allowed one run to score. Rathcke

6th Grade Rocket Launch

The sixth grade finished an engineering unit today when they launched their rockets they designed out of two-liter pop bottles. Students cut wings out of cardboard and used tape to fasten them on. They initially launched their first rockets a month ago and then redesigned their rocket for a final launch. Courtney Roiko came up

Online SB Radio Broadcast Today

Sebeka takes on Pillager at home today, May 7th. Game time is 4:00 and it’s a doubleheader (2 games). The game will be broadcast on 95.9 FM radio locally and online at https://network1sports.com/station/wwwi.

Musicians Superior at Contest

Congratulations to all of Sebeka’s musicians who participated in Saturday’s Section-State Solo and Ensemble Contest in Staples.  Ratings for all of the events are as follows: Receiving Superior Ratings: Rachal Cross, Clarinet Solo (35); Nicholas Johnson, Tenor Sax Solo (38); Women’s Vocal Ensemble (35)-Jolee Lillquist, Maya Lake, Maggie Erickson, Nicole Crider, Courtney Hogan, Taydin Holmer, Kenzie Nelson,

Sebeka topples Wadena-Deer Creek

The Sebeka Trojans sailed to a victory over Wadena- Deer Creek 13-3 on Friday afternoon. Sebeka got on the board in the first inning when Jolee Lillquist singled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run. The Trojans tallied five runs in the sixth inning. The rally was lead by Erickson, Bullock, a home run by

Pine River-Backus tops Sebeka

The Sebeka Trojans lost the lead late in a 9-5 defeat to Pin River-Backus. Sebeka scored three runs in the sixth inning to take the lead. Pine River-Backus was able to tie it up in the seventh. Eventually in the 9th inning, Pine River-Backus scored 4 while the Trojans were unable to answer. Rathcke pitched