Monthly Archives: July 2010

Brandon

A day that started quietly, like most every other day this summer quickly changed Thursday as word filtered back to Iowa that one of our students and basketball players, Brandon Oldenkamp, had been involved in a mountain climbing accident. With … Continue reading

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Close

oh so very close…. The sigh of relief you heard on Wednesday was Coach Dave Schenk getting confirmation from North Central,  a school in the Twin Cities, they would be the opponent for men’s and women’s soccer at  Parent’s Weekend … Continue reading

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The Right Way

There were a few different ways the GPAC could have handled the scheduling nightmare that came with the closure of Dana less than two weeks ago.  All in all I think we, (and I use that term loosely, because I … Continue reading

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The Rebuilding

of a schedule.  That’s what has taken place in the last ten days or so since the GPAC lost Dana as a member do to the Blair, Nebraska based school’s closing. New schedules for the upcoming year are public and … Continue reading

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The Aftershocks

We continue with the earthquake metaphors.  Last time I wrote I told you about the fact that Dana was likely closing its doors.  Over the past week that is exactly what has happened. First order of business was to take … Continue reading

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