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Class 9AA All-State Football Team

Friday, November 28, 2014

The Class 9AA All-State Football team was selected by the S.D. Football Coaches Association this week.

 

Offense

 

Quarterback: Kurt Braun, Gregory

Fullback: Matt Johnson, Garretson

Running Backs: Lance Eide, Deuel and Austin Messmer, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central

Wide Receivers: Heath Schindler, Elkton/Lake Benton and Adam Aughenbaugh, De Smet-Iroquois

Tight End: Tanner Lemme, Arlington

Guards: Kyle Stegeman, Arelington and Nathaniel Schroeder, Kimball-White Lake

Center: Brody Gilbertson, Arlington

 

Defense

 

Tackles: Chase VonEye, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central and Noah Beck, Gregory

Ends: Garrett Larson, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central and Kenner Langenbau, Hill City

Linebackers: Turner Blasius, Kimball-White Lake; Jonah Beck, Gregory; Alex Heuer, Arlington; and Tyler Wagner, Webster Area

Defensive Backs: Andrew King, Arlington and Jordon Grosdiddier, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan

 

Special Teams

Long Snapper: Eathan Gaulke, Kimball-White Lake

Punter: Tyson Jenkins, Clark-Willow Lake

Special Team Player: Luke Weber, Arlington

 

Honorable Mention:

 

Alex Trautman of Elkton-Lake Benton (quarterback), Jonus Beck of Gregory (fullback), Ausin Handel of Menno-Marion (running back), Brady Tiede of Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central (tight end), Noah Huber of Clark-Willow Lake (guard), Damon Eagle Star of Gregory (center), Jace Pulse of Kimball-White Lake (wide receiver), Payton Jenson of Parker (defensive tackle), Tyson Jenkins of Clark-Willow Lake (defensive end), Brandon Warnke of Gregory (linebacker), Nolan Richie of Webster Area (defensive back), Lincoln Langrock of Menno-Marion (long snapper), Broderick Poppinga of De Smet-Iroquois (punter), Cody Nelson of Clark-Willow Lake (special teams) and Matt Johnson of Garretson (special teams).


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Sully Buttes’ Nelson Named To Class 9A All-State Team

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Sully Buttes’ explosive receiver Cody Nelson has been named to the Class 9A All-State football team. Nelson, a junior, finished the season with 35 catches for 655 yards and 10 touchdowns.  Head coach Mark Senftner said that Nelson can score any time he touches the ball and he can turn “ordinary plays in extra-ordinary plays.”

Other local players named to the squad, as chosen by the South Dakota Football Coaches Association, was Potter County senior tight end Lucas Vogel: He recorded 19 receptions for 426 yards and six touchdowns . Vogel averaged 22.4 yards per catch.

*** Philip’s Paul Guptill & Brayden Fitch earned All-State honors. Guptill was named to the team as a running back after a season in which he finished the season with 199 carries for 2,106 yards. He also had 15 catches for 325 yards and tallied 40 touchdowns in his final season. He finished his Scotties' career with just over 4,100 rushing yards. Fitch recorded 77 tackles — 29 solo — for the Scotties and also had four sacks and a fumble recovery to make the team as a linebacker.

*** Colome senior defensive tackle Colin Stenson: Stenson led Colome with 74 tackles, 23 of which were solo. He was a three-year starter on defense and finished his career with 169 tackles.

*** Two players from state runner-up Wolsey-Wessington: Senior quarterback Lorenzo Williams who completed 36 of 69 passes for 668 yards and five touchdowns, while rushing 203 times for 2,775 yards and 40 touchdowns. The Warbirds’ second all-stater is senior guard Cole McGehee.

*** Four players from Herreid-Selby Area:  Senior center Ethan Deibert; senior linebacker Cooper Schaefbauer; junior kicker Israel Argullin and junior long snapper Brady Fiedler.

State champion Howard had five players on the team: They were all seniors fullback Luke Loudenburg, guard Bailey Neises, defensive end Tanner Henkel, linebacker Kaleb Haas and defensive back Jordan Kuhle.

Others on the 24-member team were: Brandon Koch, New Underwood;  Colin Walth and Lyle LaFramboise, both of Alcester-Hudson; Paul Zach and Dylan Lick, both of Tri-State; Lucas Jacobson, Viborg-Hurley; Derrek Tuzka, Warner; and Logan Weisser, Leola-Frederick.

Local honorable mention selections included Scott Senftner of Sully Buttes and Garrett Rausch of Potter County.


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Wieneke Named MVFC Freshman of the Year

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

(From SDSU Sports Information Desk)

 South Dakota State University wide receiver Jake Wieneke was named Wednesday as Missouri Valley Football Conference Freshman of the Year, following a vote of the league's coaches, sports information directors and media.

Wieneke became the first freshman in league history to top 1,000 receiving yards in a season, finishing the regular season with 1,318 yards on 66 receptions. His 15 touchdown receptions are a school record and one shy of the MVFC record of 16 set by Eddie Berlin of Northern Iowa in 2000.

Heading into postseason play, Wieneke has recorded seven 100-yard games and caught a touchdown pass in all eight league games. He holds three of the top-12 single-game receiving yard marks in program history, including an eight-reception, 183-yard, three-touchdown performance Oct. 11 at Missouri State that ranks sixth in the SDSU annals.

Wieneke is the second Jackrabbit player to be named MVFC Freshman of the Year, joining quarterback Austin Sumner in 2011. He also is a finalist for the Jerry Rice Award as the top freshman player in the Football Championship Subdivision.

Wieneke also placed second in the balloting for the league's Newcomer of the Year, finishing behind Illinois State quarterback Tre Roberson. Jackrabbit running back Zach Zenner finished third in the balloting for the MVFC Offensive Player of the Year award, finishing behind Illinois State running back Marshaun Coprich and Northern Iowa back David Johnson.

The MVFC Defensive Player of the Year Award went to North Dakota State defensive end Kyle Emanuel, while Illinois State's Brock Spack was named MVFC Coach of the Year.

 

South Dakota State, 8-4 overall, will make its third consecutive appearance in the FCS playoffs with a matchup Saturday at Montana State. Kickoff is slated for 2 p.m. Mountain Time (3 p.m. Central) at Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman, Montana.


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Turkey Trot

Wednesday, November 26, 2014
The 12th annual Pierre Area Running Club's Turkey Trot will be held on Thanksgiving Day. Registration for the event will be held from 9AM-9:45AM the day of the event at the Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce. The Turkey Trot begins at 10AM. Post race activities include a free meal & drinks for all participants. At 11AM their will be drawings for holiday treats. All proceeds from the event will go to Feeding South Dakota. Any questions about the 12th annual Pierre Area Running Club's Turkey Trot contact Tory Zeller at runzellerrun@gmail.com 
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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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