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Governors Ride Leiferman’s Hat Trick, Lady Govs Shutout

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Pierre Governor soccer team defeated Harrisburg, 4-1, on Saturday to keep their name in the discussion for the postseason which starts week. Derek Leiferman came up big for the Governors tallying three unassisted goals. Junior Cole Cruse scored the other mark for Pierre. For the Lady Governors, their postseason hopes took a big hit on Saturday after falling to Harrisburg, 1-0. 8th grade goalkeeper Mackenzie Rath, who is still filling in for starting & injured keeper Kayla Rounds, saw only two shots on Saturday. Pierre will host Yankton Friday which will be the final home game for the Governors & Lady Governors. Pierre will finish out the weekend & season on the road against Huron. 


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State Ranked Aberdeen Dismantles Pierre

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Pierre Lady Governor volleyball team traveled to undefeated Aberdeen Central on Saturday night & the Golden Eagles swept the Lady Govs 25-14, 25-15, & 25-20. Kelsey Schmitz tallied12 kills & Jordan Lemieux had a team high 8 assists to lead the Lady Governors. Pierre falls to 3-5 on the season & will return to the Riggs High Gymnasium on Tuesday for a match against Brookings. 


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Pierre Cross Country 3rd @ Huron Invitational

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Pierre Governor & Lady Governor Cross Country teams both placed third at the Huron Invitational on Saturday. Head coach Jim Keyes has said that the he likes his runners competing on this course at this time in season since the ESD & the state cross country meet will be held in Huron on October 25th.  For the Governors, junior Jebben Keyes recorded the best finish as he came in 8th in a time of 16:53. Seth McKinley placed 19th & Jack Wollman was 26th. The Lady Governors were led by Rachel Propst who finished 10th with a time of 15:53. Hannah Schaffer placed 20th & junior Cortney Dowling followed for 21st. The Pierre Cross Country team has time off now & will not run against until the start of October for the Watertown Invitational. 


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Sully Buttes Rolls Highmore-Harrold

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Sully Buttes scored in all sorts of ways Friday night, rolling past Highmore-Harrold 52-0 in high school football played in Highmore.  Four plays into the contest, Scott Senftner blocked a punt that Shiloh Perkins returned 25 yards for the game’s first touchdown.  On their second possession, Highmore-Harrold was forced to punt again & this time, Cody Nelson returned the kick 85 yards for another touchdown.

Senftner followed those scores with two touchdown passes – a 7-yard toss to Nelson & one that Brayden Wittler took 82 yards to the end zone. Nelson & Senftner then added touchdown runs to give the Chargers a 40-0 halftime lead. The final two scores came on a 38-yard pass from Senftner to Perkins in the third quarter and a 16-yard run by Brady Hill in the fourth quarter. Hill’s touchdown ended the game on the mercy rule.

While holding Highmore-Harrold to 61 yards total offense, the Chargers amassed 343 total yards – 160 yards rushing and 183 yards passing. Hill rushed for 112 yards on 15 carries. Senftner completed six of seven passes for 156 yards. Wittler caught two passes for 97 yards. Sully Buttes is now 2-2 on the season. The Chargers travel to McLaughlin-Wakpala Friday night. 

 


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SDHSAA Board of Directors Meeting

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Chairman Rick Weber has called for a Special Meeting of the South Dakota High School Activities Association’s Board of Directors at 9:00 AM CT on Tuesday, September 23rd to discuss changes to policy specific to road races, Cross Country, & review of eligibility of affected student athletes. The meeting of the Board of Directors will be conducted via teleconference and made available to the public through live online streaming as well as through normal practices at the SDHSAA Office in Pierre.


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Pierre Suffers OT Loss To O’Gorman On Homecoming

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Pierre & SF O’ Gorman fans were treated to some extra football at Hollister Field on Friday night as the Knights downed the Governors in overtime by a score of 26-23. Midway through the first quarter, O’ Gorman struck first thanks to a 56 yard touchdown from Luke Fritsch to Ben Johnson to give the Knights a 6-0 lead.

On Pierre’s next drive, Luke Snyder found a gap up the middle & scored on a 73 yard touchdown run. Snyder rushed 15 times for 128 yards on Friday night.  In the opening moments of the second quarter, quarterback Brevin Kaiser found the end zone on a 10- yard scamper. Pierre led 14-6 at the intermission.

After a field goal to start the third quarter by Governor Kicker Peter Sanchez, O’ Gorman tacked on two touchdowns spanning the third & fourth quarter to give the Knights a 20-17 edge. Pierre was given one last chance in regulation after the defense forced a turnover on downs. The Pierre offense marched down field & with 10 seconds left kicker Peter Sanchez connected on his second field goal of the night from 36 yards to force overtime.

Pierre opened the extra session on offense & on the first play Layne Hohn dropped a wide open touchdown. The Governors settled for a field goal to take a three point lead. O’ Gorman’s first overtime possession only lasted three plays as quarterback Luke Fritsch scored his second rushing touchdown of the night & the score gave the Knights the win, 26-23. Pierre’s record is now 2-2 on the season as O’ Gorman improves to 3-1. Pierre will go back on the road next Friday for an ESD battle against Huron. Kickoff is scheduled for 7PM. 


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Local Football Games Tonight 9-19-14

Friday, September 19, 2014

Stanley County @ White River

Sully Buttes @ Highmore-Harrold

SF O Gorman @ Pierre

Lyman @ Wall

Bison @ McLaughlin

Herried-Selby @ Lemmon/McIntosh

Potter County @ Leola-Frederick

Philip @ Hill City

Britton-Hecla @ Hitchcock-Tulare

Woonsocket/Sanborn Central/Wessington @ Sunshine Bible Academy

Rapid City Christian @ Kadoka 


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Chargers Surprising Start

Friday, September 19, 2014

A few teams in Class B volleyball this year might be turning heads with their results to this point in the season but no one has stuck out quite like the Sully Buttes Chargers. Many thought this might be a rebuilding year for Sully Buttes after losing a very experience senior class a year ago but the squad from Onida has started the 2014 season winning 11 of 13 games. The Chargers have enjoyed their success so far this season but head coach Randy Rool said that he is treating this season as a marathon & taking it one game at a time.

POOL CLIP ONE 

With a long road still ahead,  Pool believes if the Chargers can sure up a few facets of their game, he doesn’t see why Sully Buttes won’t compete for a spot in this year’s state tournament.

POOL CLIP TWO 

The Sully Buttes volleyball team will begin the toughest & busiest stretch of game beginning on Monday of next week when they host Timber Lake, travel to Eureka/Bowdle Tuesday, back home for a match against Sunshine Bible Academy, & then finish off the weekend at a tournament in Gettysburg. 


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Jones County Sweeps Lady Buffs

Friday, September 19, 2014

It was a quick Thursday evening of action for the Stanley County Lady Buffalo volleyball team as they were swept by the Jones County Coyotes in Murdo by scores of 25-19, 25-23, & 25-14. In set one, the Lady Coyotes immediately put distance on the Lady Buffs scoring the first 13 out of 17 points. Trailing by nine early, the Lady Buffs rallied to pull within two late in the set but 13 hitting errors halted a first set comeback. Stanley County’s performance improved in set two, holding a five point edge over the Coyotes midway through. After a quick timeout, the Coyotes rattled off 14 of the next 22 points to take a two game lead. Jones County would dominate set three mostly due to their big hitters Madison Mathews & Garline Boni who combined for 17 kills. The sweep dropped Stanley County’s record to 2-3 on the season as the Lady Coyotes improve to 9-4. Stanley County has a busy Saturday ahead of them as they will play host to the Big Dakota Conference tournament on Saturday. 


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Pierre Soccer Crushes Tea Area

Friday, September 19, 2014

Entering the home stretch of their schedule, the Pierre Governors & Lady Governor soccer teams picked up victories on Thursday evening on the road at Tea Area. The Governors snapped their two game losing streak with a 5-1 victory. Alan Garcia led the attack for Pierre as four different Governors tallied goals. On the girl’s side, the Lady Governors extended their winning streak to two games after downing Tea by a score of 5-2. With three games remaining, Pierre continues to fight a playoff spot in Class AA. Pierre is back on the road Saturday for a critical match against ESD opponent Harrisburg. 


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