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Boys Basketball Scrimmage To Benefit Missouri Shores

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Pierre high school boys’ basketball team will compete in an intrasquad scrimmage to benefit the Missouri Shores Domestic Violence Center. Coach Terry Becker says the varsity, junior varsity, sophomore and freshmen teams will scrimmage starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, December 6, in the school gym. A free-will donation is being accepted for Missouri Shores.  Becker says he is looking for businesses that will either provide matching funds for the money raised or will make a donation. If interested, call Becker at 7737-7350.



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Class 9B All State Football Team

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

On Tuesday, the Class 9B All-State football team was named by the South Dakota Coaches Association. 

Class 9B All-State B Team: 

 

Offense

Quarterback — Brody Grantham, Hamlin.

Fullback — Brandon Beutler, Eureka-Bowdle.

Running Backs — Devin Tolsma, Avon and Darin Wieseler, Faulkton Area.

Wide Receivers — Cole Baloun, Faulkton Area and Harley Mollman, Harding County.

Tight End — Tristen Leiseth, Hamlin.

Guards — Lane Meyer, Faulkton Area and Dominick Weber, Canistota.

Center — Jordan Carson, Langford Area.


Defense

Tackles — Eli Hofer, Hitchcock-Tulare and Logan Peckenpaugh, Hamlin.

Ends — Zion Powell, Harding County and Kale Stieg, Hamlin.

Linebackers — Jacob Buseman, Canistota; Tyson Serr, Burke-South Central; Windom Hewson, Harding County and Ryder Grantham, Hamlin.

Defensive Backs — Bo Fries, Langford Area and Logan Mudder, Avon.


Special Teams 

Long Snapper — Clayton Koch, Harding County.

Punter — Brady Hyatt, Faulkton Area.

Special Teams Player— Jared Nielsen, Canistota.


Honorable Mention — Kurt Beidler, Faulkton Area; Josh Brown and Wes Heinricy, Dell Rapids St. Mary; Jacob Boettcher, Waverly-South Shore; Ethan Kurka, Estelline; Sterling Owen, Wilmot; Elex Rust and Cody Swenson, Hamlin; Grayson Binger, Hitchcock-Tulare and Carson Johnston, Wall.


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281 All-Conference Volleyball Team

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The 281 All-Conference volleyball team was announced Tuesday & three local athletes were selected to this year’s team. Highmore-Harrold’s Tierny Hamlin & McKenzee Zilverberg was named to the first team while Sydney Cowan was named to the third team. The coaches of the conference vote all members of the 281 All-Conference team.

 

First Team

 

Myah Selland                                    

Tierny Hamlin

Saige Peterson                                

Sheyanne Brodkorb                       

McKenzee Zilverberg                    

Shyanne Kopfmann                       

 

Second Team

 

Shaylynn Steinhueser                   

Brittany Bergquist                           

Hannah Loban                                  

Morgan Selland                                               

Cassie Beckwith                                               

Kaytlynn Boomsma                        

 

Third Team

 

Kelsey Blue                                        

Tayla Weber                                      

Morgan Tebay                                  

Erin Barrie                                          

Ashley Eggleston                             

Sydney Cowan                                 

 

Honorable Mention

Khiree Held                                       

Julie Loewen                                     

Bailey Moody                                   

Abbey Tschetter                             

Britney Moeller                                               

Lauren Rink                   
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Hanson Contributes To Another Creighton Victory

Monday, November 24, 2014

Former Pierre Governor basketball player Zach Hanson scored four points & recorded five rebounds as Creighton defeated North Carolina Central 65-45 Sunday in Omaha. The two-time South Dakota Mr. Basketball award winner logged 14 minutes as the Blue Jays notched their fifth consecutive victory. 


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Syrovatka Eanrs Special Teams Honor

Monday, November 24, 2014

(From SDSU Sports Information Desk)

South Dakota State kicker Justin Syrovatka was named Sunday as the Missouri Valley Football Conference Special Teams Player of the Week after his performance in the Jackrabbits' regular season finale and victory over the University of South Dakota.

A senior from Sioux Falls, Syrovatka tied a career high with three field goals as part of the Jackrabbits' 37-14 victory over their in-state rivals in the South Dakota Showdown Series. He kicked field goals of 32, 21 and 34 yards to extend his streak of consecutively made field goal attempts to 13. Syrovatka has missed only one kick all season, going 16-for-17 on field goals and 42-of-42 on extra-point attempts as he added four PATs in the victory over USD.

SDSU, 8-4 overall, will make its third consecutive appearance in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, meeting Montana State in first-round action Nov. 29 in Bozeman, Montana.


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Winner’s Bertram Commits To DWU

Monday, November 24, 2014

Winner senior basketball player Kelsey Bertram has committed to continue her career at Dakota Wesleyan University. Last season, she averaged 15 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 4.8 steals per game. Bertram tied the school record for points in a game with 32 and set the mark for steals in a season with 119. Bertram was also a Class A all-state first-team selection and made the all-tournament team.


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Pierre Finishes 8th @ State AA Volleyball Tournament

Sunday, November 23, 2014

The Pierre Lady Governor volleyball wrapped up their first state tournament appearance in six years with an 8th place finish after falling to Harrisburg on Saturday in five sets 25-14, 20-25, 23-25, 25-16, & 15-11. Lady Governor senior Kelsey Schmitz, who played in her final game, recorded a match high 17 kills in the loss. Pierre finishes the 2014 season with an 8-18 record & a 3 game losing streak. 


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State Volleyball Scores From 11-22-14

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Class B

 

Jones County defeats Harding County –16-25, 25-22, 19-25, 25-10, & 15-8 – 7th Place Game

Arlington defeats Kimball White Lake –25-18, 16-25, 25-16, 23-25, & 15-11 – 5th Place Game

Parker defeats Sully Buttes -20-25, 25-18, 25-16, & 25-15 – 3rd Place Game

Warner defeats Chester Area 25-15, 25-17, 28-30, & 25-19 – State Title Game

 

 

Class A

 

Sisseton defeats Pine Ridge 25-21, 25-15, 22-25, & 25-23 - 7th Place Game

Redfield/Doland defeats Lead-Deadwood 25-17, 25-23, & 25-20 – 5th Place Game

Dakota Valley defeats Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 25-20, 25-18, & 25-16 – 3rd Place Game

Sioux Falls Christian defeats Miller 28-26, 25-16, & 25-12 – State Title Game

 

Class AA

 

Harrisburg defeats Pierre 25-14, 20-25, 23-25, 25-16, 15-11 – 7th Place Game

RC Stevens defeats Aberdeen Central 25-19, 19-25, 28-26, 26-24, &15-12 – 5th Place Game

Huron defeats Watertown 25-11, 25-12, & 28-26 – 3rd Place Game

SF O Gorman defeats SF Roosevelt 25-11, 25-12, 28-26 – State Title Game 


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SDSU Cruises Past USD

Sunday, November 23, 2014

(From SDSU Sports Information Desk)  

South Dakota State scored on its first five offensive possessions and cruised to a 37-14 victory over the University of South Dakota in the regular season finale for both teams Saturday afternoon at Coughlin-Alumni Stadium. In winning the South Dakota Showdown Series for the third consecutive year, the Jackrabbits improved to 8-4 overall and 5-3 in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. USD dropped to 2-10 overall and 0-8 in league play. The Jackrabbits will receive word of their playoff fate during the FCS Selection Show at 10 a.m. Sunday. The selection show will be broadcast on ESPNU.


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Spearfish Pentathlon Swim Results

Sunday, November 23, 2014

24 members of the Pierre Swim Team competed at the Spearfish Pentathlon held November 22nd at the Black Hills State University Donald E Young Center Pool. Any swimmer competing in all five events of that swimmer’s age group was eligible to be considered for placing. The swimmer with the combined lease amount of time between all five events won first in their respective age group. Trophies were awarded for places 1st through 5th in each age group. 15 members of the Pierre Swim Team placed in the top 5 overall of their age group.

 

Several also swam state qualifying times (indicated by an asterisk).  Six swimmers also achieved national age group motivational times.

 

 

Female 8 & Under

                 

Abigail Kropp – 1st overall

25 Free – 1st *

                  25 Breast – 1st *

                  25 Back – 1st *

                  25 Fly – 1st *

                  100 Medley – 1st *

 

Emmy Loe – 4th overall

25 Free – 3rd

                  25 Breast – 2nd *

                  25 Back – 5th

                  25 Fly – 3rd

                  100 Medley – 4th

 

 

Female 9-10

 

Kayleigh Dueis

50 Free – 24th

50 Breast – 30th

50 Back – 25th

 

Jazzlyn Rombough

50 Free – 17th

50 Breast – 14th

50 Back – 19th

50 Fly – 19th

100 Medley – 16th

 

Rhyanna Schoenhard

50 Free – 18th

50 Breast – 13th

50 Back – 13th

50 Fly – 14th

100 Medley – 15th

 

Ella Ward-Zeller – 1st overall

50 Free – 1st *AAA

50 Breast – 2nd *AA

50 Back – 1st *AAA

50 Fly  - 1st *AA

100 Medley – 1st *AA

 

 

Female 11-12

 

Allycen Herrman – 1st overall

50 Free  - 1st *AA

50 Breast – 1st *AA

50 Back – 2nd *A

50 Fly – 2nd *A

100 Medley – 1st *AA

 

Ellie Jo Simpson

50 Free – 13th

50 Breast – 12th

50 Back – 12th

50 Fly – 13th

100 Medley – 12th

 

 

Female 13-14

 

Morgan Jones – 3rd overall

100 Free – 4th

                  100 Breast – 3rd *

                  100 Back – 1st *

                  100 Fly – 3rd

                  200 Medley – 3rd *

 

Annabelle Simpson – 5th overall

100 Free – 7th

                  100 Breast – 4th *

                  100 Back – 6th

                  100 Fly – 5th

                  200 Medley – 6th

 

Female 15-18

 

Ashley Theobald – 2nd overall

                  100 Free – 2nd  *AA

                  100 Breast – 1st *AA

                  100 Back – 2nd *

                  100 Fly – 2nd *

                  200 Medley – 1st *A

 

 

Male 8 & Under

                 

Jordan Herrlein

25 Free – 11th

                  25 Breast – 8th

                  25 Back – 9th

 

Tayveon Paxton

25 Free – 3rd *

                  25 Back – 8th

                  25 Fly – 4th

 

Lincoln Schoenhard

25 Free – 9th

                  25 Breast – 5th

                  25 Back – 12th

                  25 Fly – 8th

 

Charlie Simpson – 3rd overall

25 Free – 4th *

                  25 Breast – 2nd  *

                  25 Back – 3rd *

                  25 Fly – 3rd

 

Mason Ward-Zeller – 1st overall

25 Free – 2nd *

                  25 Breast – 1st *

                  25 Back – 2nd *

                  25 Fly – 2nd *

                  100 Medley – 1st *

 


 

Male 9-10

 

Aidan Burke – 2nd overall

50 Free – 2nd *A

50 Breast – 3rd *

50 Back – 2nd *

50 Fly – 1st *A

100 Medley – 1st *

 

Isaac Loe – 3rd overall

50 Free – 3rd *

50 Breast – 2nd *

50 Back – 3rd *

100 Medley – 3rd *

 

 

Male 11-12

 

Andrew Herrlein – 2nd overall

50 Free  - 2nd *

50 Breast – 1st *A

50 Fly  - 1st *A

100 Medley – 1st *A

 

Canyon Jones – 5th overall

50 Free – 4th

50 Breast – 6th

50 Back  - 6th

50 Fly – 4th

100 Medley – 4th

 

Isaak Rombough

50 Free – 13th

50 Breast – 11th

50 Back  - 7th *

50 Fly  - 16th

100 Medley – 13th

 

 

Male 13-14

 

Brayden Case – 5th overall

                  100 Free – 4th *

                  100 Breast – 2nd *

                  100 Back – 7th

                  100 Fly – 3rd *

                  200 Medley – 4th *

 

Nick Loe

                  100 Free – 8th

                  100 Breast – 5th *

                  100 Back – 9th

                  100 Fly – 9th

                  200 Medley – 7th

 

 

Male 15-18

 

Porter Jones – 3rd overall

                  100 Free – 3rd *A

                  100 Breast – 5th *

                  100 Back – 3rd *

                  100 Fly – 3rd *

                  200 Medley – 3rd *


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