Knight Errant

Alum Kelly Pannek (’14) reflects on her gold medal win at the 2018 Winter Olympics

Sarah Hansberry, Staff Writer | April 3, 2018

Although alumni Kelly Pannek (‘14) has returned to the U.S. from her first Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, her experiences as a key part as the US Women's Hockey Team are still fresh. The team defeated arch-rival Canada in a shootout after a nail biting 60 minutes followed by double overtime. The U.S. Women’s Hockey Team hadn’t won a gold medal in the Olympics in 20 years, making the...

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Seniors audition for their first BSM theater production

Erin Lerch, Staff Writer | April 2, 2018

As Cinderella makes its BSM theater debut this spring, a couple of seniors are branching out and making the most of what’s left of their senior year. Some students are playing new sports, some are volunteering, and some seniors are trying out for the musical for the first time. Because it was these seniors first time auditioning, they did not know what to expect. For first-timers especially, the wor...

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Senior Nate Clark reflects on his decision to play Junior hockey

Luke Coughlin, Staff Writer | March 26, 2018

For many students, playing a sport in high school can be a great way to enjoy being active and being part of a team. While some may choose to further their career by playing in college, senior hockey captain Nate Clark has chosen to dedicate himself to playing his sport full-time after high school. The path of playing junior hockey is one frequently traveled amongst Minnesotan players. The juni...

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Flyers end in 4th place in JGA State Tournament

Brendan Gallaher, Staff Writer | March 25, 2018

Going into the Junior Gold A State Hockey Tournament at Fogerty Arena last weekend, the 5th-seeded SLP Flyers embraced their underdog status. The team played with a chip on their shoulder, displaying much more energy and poise during the tournament than in their frustrating regular season. This intensity was especially apparent during their Friday night game against their bitter rival, the 4th-seeded ...

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Teacher Charlie Keyes plays in a band

Brendan Gallaher, Staff Writer | March 23, 2018

The BSM community is full of diverse talent––whether athletic, academic, or musical. Although students get most of the recognition, teachers have talents and hobbies of their own, though they tend to be lesser known. Mr. Charlie Keyes is a third year theology teacher at BSM, teaching both freshman and sophomore students, but few people at BSM know about his lifelong passion for music and his curre...

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