The Pony Express

Students receive highest Boy Scout ranking

Students receive highest Boy Scout ranking

Emmanuel Kamara, Distribution Reporter

May 8, 2017

Senior Jackson and junior brother Tyler Dunleap earned themselves the highest rank in the Boy Scout program in the Boys Scouts of America known as the Eagle Scout. Earning an award like this does not come easy. The brothers have been involved in the scouting association for 11 years, spending five ...

Pinning down state wrestling tournament

Maximilian Korth, SNO Sports and Social Media Editor

March 27, 2017

Stillwater can pride itself on one of the top performing sports for the past few years, wrestling. Wrestling as a sport is a simple concept, with a few easy to understand rules and the end goal of trying to pin your opponent to the mat. Wrestling allows for participation for everyone interest...

Wrestling team among top in conference

Junior, Jared Christian working his opponent in the Roseville meet.

Craig Sanislo, Layout Editor

February 15, 2017

The wrestling team has consistently been among the strongest teams in the conference, and the current season is not exception. In the first 12 meets of the season, the Ponies were able to claim victories in nine of them, and the losses were all within 10 points. Some victories were close, but th...

Strong start for wrestling team

    The wrestling gym of the Stillwater Ponies, where the guys look to keep improving and continue winning after falling short in the section championship. Wrestlers of all grades stretch and warm up for a successful practice session. “Our time in the practice gym is very important. A lot of wrestling is moves that you have to try over and over again to get perfect,” sophomore captain Will Harter says. (Anthony Alvarado)

Bella Anderson, Social Media Editor

January 10, 2017

Stillwater wrestling has started their season out strong with wins against Woodbury, East Ridge and Minnetonka. It is expected to be another great year for the Ponies with a very good possibility of making it to state. There are a lot of new players as well as many older and more experienced playe...

Jackson Dunleap turns early season disappointment into memorable end

Photo by Gabe Wagner-
Dunleap and the ponies offense takes the field for the first time in the win or go home game friday night.

Gabe Wagner, Distribution Reporter

November 11, 2016

  Senior Jackson Dunleap’s varsity football dreams were put on hold when the starting job went to juniors Mason Green and Matt Crowl, but that didn't stop Jackson's drive to achieve his goal that proved to pay off. Dunleap’s  football season didn't start off as he had hoped, but...

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