The Pony Express

Former college football athlete plays valuable role with football team

Stillwater Varsity Football team getting ready to start the game on September thirteenth. They play White Bear Lake. The Ponies lost twenty four to fourteen.

Jack Taverna, SNO Sports Center and Social Media Editor

September 22, 2019

Jason Caballero joined the eleventh grade social studies team this fall. Caballero brings a lot of background knowledge to the sport of football because he played for the University of Wisconsin River Falls.  Caballero played football at the University of Wisconsin River Falls for four years and...

Community supports schools across district

Community supports schools across district

Kaitlyn Kirby, Business Editor

May 15, 2018

The local community plays a large role in supporting their local school district. Students believe that the success of Stillwater Schools is largely due to the support they receive from the community. According to students and staff, the school would be a completely different place without the suppo...

New leader in the football team’s offense

Braden Cousineau, Social Media Reporter

October 30, 2014

Last year DJ Skie ('15) was one of the Ponies leading receivers, this year he is the one on the other end of the ball. Skie, now heading the Ponies agile offense, is new to the position. He has proven himself over the summer and so far this season. Now the Ponies wonder what is to come with their new...

Senior Knox leads as football captain

Senior captain Zach Knox leads the Ponies with the knowledge and wisdom he gained as an underclassman. “Sophomore year, I was playing with upperclassmen,” said Knox. “Now it’s weird seeing sophomores and juniors look up to me.”

Matt Brown, Social Media Editor

October 2, 2014

Three-time Varsity Football player, senior Zach Knox, is one of the new team captains and is now taking up the leadership role and portraying it on the 2014 Varsity Football Team. Although the football season may only be in the fall, it is happening off the field all year round. The Varsity team goes t...

ESPN’s focus shifts to Stillwater

 For the first time in history, the Stillwater Ponies played live on ESPN against Cretin-Derham Hall Raiders. Even though they were placed under the spotlight, the Ponies remained focused and triumphed to win 21-7 over Cretin.

September 19, 2013

On the Sept. 13 the Stillwater football team took on the Cretin-Derham Hall Raiders in a game featured by ESPN2.  The Ponies had lost to the Raiders for the past two years and were looking for revenge. Jashon Cornell, the #1 recruit for football in the class of 2015, was highlighted in the game, b...

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