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PAGE 16 October 20, 2016 Eagles' football team, Jansen still soaring By Pat Garry, StaffWriter tallied three touchdowns for Eden pass from Jansen (Streit kick); Eden Valley-Watkins vis- Valley-Watkins. Individual statistics: Rushing: ited Melrose Friday, Oct. 14, Scoring Summary: First quar-EV-W- Schindler 2-28, Jansen and emerged with a convincing ter: Matt Schindler 60 yd. pass 4-31, Kuechle 2-9, ork-Rameriz 49-14 victory. Reese Jansen again from Jansen (Streit kick); Streit 9-28, Mitchell Molitor 1-0, Mason worked his magic, going a per- 5 yd. pass from Jansen (Streit Molitor 3-(-4), Mitchell Utecht fect 18-for-18 on 276 yards passing kick); Markell York-Rameriz 5 yd. 6-28, Jack Lies 1-(-3), Jack Bates and five touchdowns to lead the run (Streit kick); Second quar- 1-0, Dominic Schlangen 6-56; Eagles to the win in the Mid-State ter: Jansen 12 yd. run (Streit kick); Passing: EV-W - Jansen 18-18-0 Sub-Division I contest. Jansen Jamison Kuechle 33 yd. pass 276; Receiving: EV-W-Schindler also ran for 31 yards and a touch- from Jansen (Streit kick); Streit 3-75, Streit 6-1Q9, Greg Lux 4-40, down for EV-W (6-1 overall). Jacob 11 yd. pass from Jansen (Streit Kuechle 3-48, York-Rameriz 1-9. Streit had 109 receiving yards and kick); Third quarter: Streit 17 yd. EV-W #6 drops back and looks down field for an open receiver at Melrose. Submitted photo. Reese Jansen worked his magic at home game Oct. 14 v Melrose. Submitted photo. Ignite Afterschool launches new STEM Learning Community time to take action and help equip that ignite a passion for STEM. Our FV-W #14 Breanna Walz pushes one over for a kill against I.itchfield Dragons Minnesota's afterschool programs new Afterschool STEM Learning Tuesday. See story on page 17. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. to be part of the solution. Community creates a tremendous The new Afterschool STEM opportunity to open new doors for Learning Community is a first-of- Minnesota's youth. By building its kind collaborative that aims to STEM into afterschool programs, helpaddressthe"opportunitygap" we can bring those fun, exciting, in STEM learning, particularly for hands-on opportunities directly underserved youth. Participating to many youth who are currently organizations will work together left out. That's good for young peo- to imbed STEM skills - critical pie, and it's good for Minnesota's thinking, collaboration and will- future workforce." ingness to try, test, fail and try - into their afterschool programs, and ultimately to increase excite- ment about STEM in more young Minnesotans. "Every young person should have the opportunity to see themselves in STEM," reflected Kari Denissen Cunnien, execu- tive director, Ignite Afterschool. "Yet not every young person in Minnesota has access to the mate- rials, places and opportunities Sixteen organizations across Minnesota work to build STEM processes into afterschool programs aim is to address STEM "Opportunity Gap" and get more youth in STEM Ignite Afterschool makes "Believe It. Build It. STEM It." Available for free download Thursday, Oct. 13, marks the first time 16 diverse after- school programs from across Minnesota will come together as a new Afterschool STEM Learning Community. The U.S. Department of Commerce reports that STEM (sci- ence, technology, engineering and mathematics) jobs are projected to grow 17 percent by 2018 while non-STEM occupations will grow only 9.8 percent. At the same time, business leaders in Minnesota cannot find the STEM talent they need to stay competitive. Thus, Ignite Afterschool decided it was EV-W Menus Sixteen organizations were Oct. 24-28 Thu ay: Pizza slice or cowboy selected from 25 applicants to burger or entree salad or deli sand- be part of Minnesota's inaugu- Breakfast wich, garden green beans, milk. ral Afterschool STEM Learning Monday:. Breakfast pizza orFriday: Hawaiian ham sliders or Community. Participants repre- breakfast loaf of bread or choice of cheeseburger or entree salad or deli sent a broad range of communi- cereal, graham crackers, all served sandwich, turmeric coconut rice, ties across Minnesota as well as with: fruit or juice, milk.sweet green peas, milk. varying levels of current STEM Tuesday: Pancake on a stick or EV-W Secondary Lunch programming. In addition, par- breakfast loaf of bread or choice of Monday:. Grilled cheese sand- ticipants are required to evaluate cereal, graham crackers, all served wich or chicken bacon ranch melt the impact of their work, so pro- with: fruit or juice, milk.or entree salad or ham sub or pep- grams must work with a set group Wednesday: Long John, yogurt peroni or cheese pizza $1.50 extra, of youth throughout the year in cup or breakfast loaf of bread or tomato soup, mill order to measure results, choice of cereal, graham crackers, Tuesday: Walking taco with let- The members of Minnesota's all served with: fruit or juice, milL tuce and cheese ferried bean or new Afterschool STEM Learning Thursday: Mini pancakes or roasted hot dog or entree salad ortur- Community include: breakfast loaf of bread or choice of keysub oregg salad sub or hot ham & ACES (Athletes Committed to cereal, graham crackers, all served cheese & fries & 1.50 extra, milk. Educating Students) Minneapolis with fruit or juice, milk. Wednesday: Homestyle meat- * Anoka-Hennepin Schools Friday: Cinnamon roll, hard balls in gravy or chicken nuggets or Adventures + boiled egg or breakfast loaf of bread entree salad orturkey sub orpepper- The Bakken Museum or choice of cereal, graham crackers, oni pizza $1.50 mashed potatoes & Boys & Girls Club of Leech allservedwithfruitorjuice, milk. gravy, fresh bread, milk. Lake Area EV-W Elementary Lunch Thursday: Pizza slice or cowboy Grilled cheese sand- burger or entree salad or ham sub or stem-good-jobs-now-and-futurewich or chicken bacon ranch melt or chicken patty & fries $1.50 extra, gar- http://vitalsigns.changethe entree salad ordeli sandwich, tomato den green beans, milk. soup, mill Friday: Chicken fajitas or cheese- overview Tuesday: Walking taco with let- burger or entree salad or ham sub or tuce and cheese or roasted hot dog pepperoni & veggie pizza $1.50 extra, or entree salad or deli sandwich, rice, green peas, milk. spiced pinto beans, milk. Wednesday: Homestyle meat- It's EASY to renew balls in gravy or chicken nuggets or subscribe! or entree salad or deli sandwich, mashed potatoes & gravy, fresh By. mail, phone, bread, milk. fax, web., or Note: All meals include fresh fruit and vegetable bar and choice of l % white, skim e-mall, or chocolate skim milk. For questions or comments, contact the Food Service Director at bkoehn@evw,, us, or call 320-453-2900 ext 1106. (See order form on page 24.)