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Stanley County Wins Fourth Straight

Friday, October 24, 2014

The Stanley County Buffalo football team ended the regular season on Thursday night with a 34-14 victory over the Wall Eagles & extended their winning streak to four games. The game began with a quick Wall turnover on the first play of the game & Stanley County translated it into six points thanks to a 6 yard touchdown run by Colton Drageset. On the Buffs next drive, Drageset would score again from 26 yards out to increase the lead to 12-0.

Late in the second quarter, the Buffs would find the endzone for the third time after Trey Montana ran for an 18 yard score & Stanley County led 20-0 at the half. To open the second half, Trey Montana would return a 75 yard kickoff return for a touchdown.  Wall would score two second half touchdown but could not solve the puzzle that was the Stanley County defense.

Colton Drageset was the leader in the rushing game for Stanley County with fourteen carries for 92 yards & two scores. Montana would finish with two rushing touchdowns & 55 yards rushing. Stanley County finishes the regular season with a 5-3 record & now awaits word if their season will continue on Tuesday when the 9AA football playoffs begin. 


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High School Football Scores 10-23-14

Friday, October 24, 2014
Aberdeen Central 38, Pierre 31, OT

Aberdeen Roncalli 40, Milbank Area 0

Alcester-Hudson 62, Centerville 14

Avon 52, Andes Central 14

Belle Fourche 41, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 14

Bennett County 40, Little Wound 13

Brandon Valley 34, Harrisburg 8

Brookings 42, Watertown 0

Canistota 36, Garretson 6

Canton 47, Flandreau 0

Chamberlain 65, Crow Creek 12

Chester 20, Parker 16

Clark/Willow Lake 60, Great Plains Lutheran 6

Colman-Egan 51, Lake Preston 0

Colome 30, Burke/South Central 20

Dell Rapids 39, Vermillion 12

Dell Rapids St. Mary 48, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 20

DeSmet/Iroquois 58, Castlewood 12

Deubrook 46, Estelline 20

Douglas 64, Pine Ridge 12

Elk Point-Jefferson 34, Beresford 29

Faith 42, Timber Lake 20

Faulkton 36, Potter County 6

Gayville-Volin 53, Marty Indian 0

Gregory 55, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 0

Groton Area 34, Sisseton 6

Hanson 54, Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 30

Harding County 51, McLaughlin / Wakpala FB 0

Herreid/Selby Area 35, Eureka/Bowdle 34

Hitchcock-Tulare 50, Highmore-Harrold 35

Hot Springs 25, Custer 6

Howard 79, Freeman 52

Kimball/White Lake 38, Corsica/Stickney 0

Langford 58, Leola/Frederick 24

Lead-Deadwood 33, St. Francis Indian 14

Lemmon/McIntosh 44, Bison 0

Lyman 60, Jones County 6

McCook Central/Montrose 28, Sioux Falls Christian 0

Menno-Marion 50, Baltic 0

Mitchell 35, Huron 28

New Underwood 54, Kadoka Area 6

Newell 36, Hill City 32

Parkston 41, Bon Homme 0

Philip 48, White River 20

Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 55, Lower Brule 6

Rapid City Christian 24, Edgemont 23

Rapid City Stevens 31, Rapid City Central 28

Red Cloud 26, Todd County 21

Sioux Valley 54, Tiospa Zina Tribal 0

St. Thomas More 45, Mobridge-Pollock 6

Stanley County 34, Wall 14

Sully Buttes 44, Miller 22

Sunshine Bible Academy 34, Ipswich/Edmunds Central 14

Viborg-Hurley 20, Irene-Wakonda 6

Warner 54, Northwestern 14

West Central 55, Tea Area 14

Winner 62, Wagner 12

Wolsey-Wessington 44, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 42
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Pierre Falls Short In Overtime

Friday, October 24, 2014

The Pierre Governor football team erased a 14 point deficit, led by seven points late but fell to Aberdeen Central in overtime on Thursday by a score of 38-31. Trailing by a touchdown in the final seconds of the fourth quarter, Aberdeen quarterback Jacob Goehring threw a 27 yard touchdown pass to Layne Tiezen to knot the game at 31 as regulation time expired. Aberdeen would receive possession of the football first in overtime & would capitalize scoring a touchdown giving the Golden Eagles a 38-31 edge. Trailing by a touchdown with the game on the line on fourth & goal, Pierre quarterback Brevin Kaiser attempted to run for the equalizer only to be stopped short by a yard. The Governors finish the regular season with a 3-5 record & will travel to Douglas in the 1st round of the Class 11AA playoffs beginning Thursday October 30th

 

(Photo Courtesy of the Aberdeen American News)


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SD High School Football 1st Round Playoff Matchups

Friday, October 24, 2014

Class 11AAA

 

1st Round Games To Be Played Thursday October 30th

 

No. 1 Sioux Falls Lincoln vs. No. 8 Rapid City Central

No. 2 Sioux Falls Roosevelt vs. No. 7 Rapid City Stevens

 No. 3 Brandon Valley vs. No. 6 Sioux Falls Washington

No. 4 Sioux Falls O’Gorman vs. No. 5 Aberdeen Central

 

Class 11AA

 

1st Round Games To Be Played October 30th

 

No. 1 Yankton vs. No. 8 Huron

 No. 2 Brookings vs. No. 7 Watertown

No. 3 Douglas vs. No. 6 Pierre

 No. 4 Harrisburg vs. No. 5 Mitchell

 

 

Class 11A

 

1st Round Games To Be Played October 28th

 

Region 1

No. 1 Madison vs. No. 4 Milbank

No. 2 Dell Rapids vs. No. 3 Sisseton

 

Region 2

No. 1 Lennox vs. No. 4 Dakota Valley

No. 2 Tea Area vs. No. 3 Vermillion

 

 Region 3

 No. 1 West Central vs. No. 4 Cheyenne-Eagle Butte

No. 2 Todd County vs. No. 3 Chamberlain

 

Region 4

 No. 1 Hot Springs vs. No. 4 Pine Ridge

No. 2 Belle Fourche vs. No. 3 Little Wound.

Games to be played Tuesday, Oct. 28

 

Class 11B

 

1st Round Game To Be Played October 28th

 

Region 1

No. 1 Aberdeen Roncalli vs. No. 4 Redfield/Doland

No. 2 Groton Area vs. No. 3 Mobridge-Pollock

 

Region 2: No. 1 McCook Central/Montrose vs. No. 4 Tri-Valley

No. 2 Canton vs. No. 3 Sioux Valley;

 

Region 3

No. 1 Parkston vs. No. 4 Lead-Deadwood

No. 2 Winner vs. No. 3 Bon Homme

 

Region 4

 No. 1 Custer vs. No. 4 Red Cloud

No. 2 St. Thomas More vs. No. 3 Bennett County

 

Class 9AA

 

1st Round Games To Be Played October 28th

 

Region 1

No. 1 Arlington vs. No. 4 Deubrook Area

No. 2 Deuel vs. No. 3 Webster Area

 

Region 2:

 No. 1 Elkton-Lake Benton vs. No. 4 Menno/Marion

 No. 2 Garretson vs. No. 3 De Smet/Iroquois

 

Region 3:

 No. 1 Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central vs. No. 4 Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian

 No. 2 Kimball/White Lake vs. No. 3 Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan;

 

Region 4

No. 1 Gregory vs. No. 4 Clark/Willow Lake

No. 2 Lyman vs. No. 3 Stanley County.

 

Class 9A

1st Round Games To Be Played October 28th

 

Region 1

No. 1 Tri-State vs. No. 4 Chester Area

No. 2 Herreid/Selby Area vs. No. 3 Warner

 

Region 2 No. 1 Howard vs. No. 4 Viborg-Hurley

No. 2 Alcester-Hudson vs. No. 3 Gayville-Volin

 

Region 3

No. 1 Wolsey-Wessington vs. No. 4 Colome

No. 2 Potter County vs. No. 3 Sully Buttes

 

Region 4

No. 1 Philip vs. No. 4 Hanson

 No. 2 New Underwood vs. No. 3 RC Christian

 

Class 9B

 

1st Round Games To Be Played October 28th

 

Region 1

No. 1 Faulkton Area vs. No. 4 Hitchcock-Tulare

No. 2 Langford Area vs. No. 3 Eureka/Bowdle

 

Region 2

 No. 1 Hamlin vs. No. 4 Colman-Egan

No. 2 Dell Rapids St. Mary vs. No. 3 Waverly-South Shore

 

Region 3

No. 1 Canistota vs. No. 4 Scotland

 No. 2 Avon vs. No. 3 Burke/South Central

 

Region 4

No. 1 Faith vs. No. 4 Sunshine Bible Academy

 No. 2 Harding County vs. No. 3 Wall


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OHA Equipment Night

Friday, October 24, 2014

Another rental equipment return and checkout will be held Monday, Oct. 27 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm at the Expo Center.  MiniMite, Mite, Squirt and 1st Year Girls families can rent, re-rent and return OHA equipment that night. Even if the same equipment will be re-rented, it should be brought to the ExpoCenter that night to ensure it is in good shape and fits properly. Contact Nathan Sanderson,znbsanders@hotmail.com, 605-295-1007 if you have any questions.


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Sully Buttes Rolls Past Miller

Friday, October 24, 2014

Sully Buttes tuned up for the playoffs with a 44-22 victory over Miller Thursday night in high school football. The Chargers dominated Thursday’s game from the outset. Reed Feller blocked a punt on Miller’s first possession. Brady Hill scored one play later & Sully Buttes never trailed.

Quarterback Scott Senftner completed 11 of 13 passes for 161 yards. Senftner ran for one score and threw three touchdown passes – two to Brayden Wittler and one to Cody Nelson. Wittler caught six passes for 87 yards and Nelson four for 62.

Hill, who later ran for a 60-yard touchdown, ended the game with 90 yards rushing. Sully Buttes led 44-0 early in the third quarter before Miller scored the final three touchdowns. The Chargers finished the regular season 6-2, having won five consecutive games. Sully Buttes plays Potter County at Gettysburg Tuesday night in the first round of the Class 9A playoff.


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Hindman Inducted Into Sully Buttes HOF

Friday, October 24, 2014

The Sully Buttes Hall of Fame added another member to their prestigious club on Thursday evening. Thomas Hindman, a 1998 graduate, was inducted into the Hall of Fame during halftime of the Charger football game. Hindman was a three time All-Conference player, a two time Argus Leader Elite 45 choice, selected two times as an All State player, & was selected as a Gatorade & USA All-American. In addition he holds the South Dakota State record of most points scored in season. Hindman scored 38 touchdowns & accumulated 2,032 yards rushing during his senior season.  


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3 Lady Governor Soccer Players Named To All-State Team

Friday, October 24, 2014
The South Dakota High School Soccer Coaches Association in conjunction with the South Dakota Coaches Association have selected the 2014 Girls All-State team & three Pierre Lady Governors made the list. Senior Caelie Willaims & junior Katie Neilson were named to the All State first team. Junior goalkeeper Kayla Rounds earned Honorable Mention All-State honors. 2014 marked the first season that the Pierre Lady Governor soccer was sanctioned in the state of South Dakota. The Class AA Boys All State team will be released during the first week of November. 
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Local Football Games Tonight 10-23-14

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Pierre @ Aberdeen Central

Wall @ Stanley County

Miller @ Sully Buttes

Little Wound @ Bennett County

Burke/South Central @ Colome

Chamberlain @ Crow Creek

Herried-Selby @ Eureka/Bowdle

McLaughlin @ Harding County

Highmore-Harrold @ Hitchcock-Tulare

Jones County @ Lyman

Kadoka @ New Underwood

Faulkton Area @ Potter County

Mobridge-Pollock @ St. Thomas More

Gregory @ Tripp/Delmont

Philip @ White River 


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Local Football Teams Prepare For Final Regular Season Game & Possible Playoff Berths

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Tonight marks the final game of the regular season for Pierre, Stanley County, & the Sully Buttes Chargers. All three teams in the local area have postseason aspirations but much could change depending on the outcome of their games this evening.

Pierre is on the road tonight against Aberdeen Central. Currently, Pierre holds down the fifth spot in the power points standings in Class 11AA & all signs points to a first round matchup against Harrisburg but Governor head coach Jayson Poppinga said pending outcomes we could see some parody in the top eight.

POPPINGA CLIP ONE 

The Stanley County Buffaloes are riding a three game winning streak & face the 4-3 Wall Eagles this evening. The Buffs current winning streak has kept their names in the discussion for a second consecutive playoff berth. Winning is all Stanley County head coach Jeff Hegge is focused on especially entering tonight’s game against the Eagles because a loss might bump the Buffs out of the playoffs or send them to a state ranked opponent in the first round.

HEGGE CLIP ONE

After stringing together notable wins against Herried-Selby Area & Eureka Bowdle, the Sully Buttes Chargers are seeking their first playoff appearance in two years. The Chargers host the Miller Rustlers tonight, If Sully Buttes were to win, the Chargers could be on the road either to face state ranked Wolsey-Wessington or defending class champions Potter County. 


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