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1st Round Matchups For Class 11AAA & 11AA Football

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Class 11AAA

 

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

 

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


CategoriesLocal Sports,

Four Pierre Runners Earn Academic All State Honors

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Pierre Cross Country runners Sarah Polak, Rachel Propst, Micah Howard, & Sam Smith have been named to the 2014 Academic All-State list. To earn  this honor an athlete must be a senior, have participated in the sport for at least three years, have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better and be nominated by their head coach. 


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Try Hockey For Free Day

Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Oahe Hockey Association is inviting kids to experience hockey, on the ice and in the stands, for free at a special event on Saturday, November 8. Boys and girls age 4-9 are invited to the ExpoCenter in Ft. Pierre from 10:30 to noon that day to experience hockey on the ice.  The OHA will provide skates, helmets and sticks for the young skaters to try hockey in a fun and safe environment.  Certified coaches and Capitals players will teach skating and sport basics to kids. OHA volunteers will provide information about the youth hockey program to interested parents.

Kids who attend will also be entered in a drawing to ride the Zamboni to clean the ice at the end of the clinic. Families can register in advance at TryHockeyForFree.com or register at the door.  The first 40 kids to register will receive a free jersey.  Kids should wear loose fitting pants, winter gloves or mittens, and a sweatshirt or jacket.

Kids and families can then experience hockey in the stands during a pair of free Capitals varsity exhibition games that begin at noon and 5:00 p.m. at the ExpoCenter that day.  The Capitals will play the SD 16U team of select players from across the state that last season won the national Tier II Division 3 title.  There is no admission fee for the exhibition games.


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Pierre Aquatic Center’s New Starting Blocks To Be Unveiled

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Sponsors & supporters of the Pierre Swim team are invited to the official unveiling of the new starting blocks on Monday, November 3rd at 5:30 in the Aquatic Center. The new blocks will enhance the swimmers’ experience & emphasize that Pierre’s pool is the pool of choice during the Short Course season. The new blocks are also bigger which will cater to the high school and adult competitive swimmers. Through the generous donations and support of several individuals, families and businesses, the Pierre Swim Team was able to order & install new starting blocks for the Aquatic Center over the offseason. 


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Hyde Stadium Design Committee Meeting Tonight

Thursday, October 30, 2014

The second Hyde Stadium design committee meeting will take place tonight at the Pierre Area Chamber Commerce at 6PM. Committee members are expected to begin commenting & submitting suggestions to project architect project Brad Ciavarella. Construction to Hyde Stadium is set to begin in August of 2015 once the baseball season has been concluded. 


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Lyman Eliminates Stanley County

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

A potent running attack was enough of an edge for the Lyman Raiders to defeat the Stanley County football team by a score of 42-32 on Tuesday night in the first round of the Class 9AA Playoffs. The game opened explosively with three touchdowns in the first three minutes. On the second play of the game, running back Trey Mundlien rushed for a 59 yard score. The Buffs would answer with a long touchdown of their own when Colton Drageset scored from 65 yards out 45 seconds later. Mundlien would find the endzone for the second time on Lyman’s second drive when he rushed for a 30 yard score to give the Raiders a 14-8 lead. Stanley County would regain the lead at the end the first quarter with an 8 yard scamper by Dalton Mercer to take a 16-14 edge.

Game play slowed in the second quarter with Lyman scoring the only touchdown as Trey Mundlien entered as quarterback & threw a 68 yard score to Bryce Janis. The Raiders lead the Buffs at the intermission, 22-16. Over the next 18 minutes of the game, Lyman’s Korder Kropsey & Stanley County’s Trey Montana would both rush for two touchdowns. Leading 36-32 late in the fourth quarter, Lyman strung together a long drive that was capped off by a 5 yard touchdown run by Bryce Janis that put the Raiders up 10 & eventually sealed the victory on their home field.

Trey Mundlien led the Raiders on the ground with 18 carries for 209 yards & two scores. Kropsey would follow with 18 carries & 127 yards & two second half scores. For Stanley County, Trey Montana paved the way with 88 yards rushing & two scores. With the win, Lyman advances to the next round of the Class 9AA playoffs where they will face undefeated Gregory. The Stanley County football season comes to an end as they finish 2014 with a 5-4 record. 


CategoriesLocal Sports,

High School Football Playoff Scores From 10-28-14

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Class 9AA

 

First Round

Region 1

Arlington 48, Deubrook 19

Deuel 18, Webster 0

 

Region 2

Elkton-Lake Benton 44, Menno-Marion 14

Garretson 36, DeSmet/Iroquois 18

 

Region 3

Kimball/White Lake 52, Bridgewater-Emery 26

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central 60, Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 16

 

Region 4

Gregory 59, Clark/Willow Lake 6

Lyman 42, Stanley County 32

 

Class 9A

First Round

Region 1

Chester 27, Tri-State 18

Warner 50, Herreid/Selby Area 36

 

Region 2

Alcester-Hudson 48, Gayville-Volin 7

Howard 60, Viborg-Hurley 6

 

Region 3

Potter County 26, Sully Buttes 8

Wolsey-Wessington 56, Colome 6

 

Region 4

New Underwood 64, Rapid City Christian 12

Philip 62, Hanson 36

 

Class 11A

First Round

Region 1

Dell Rapids 41, Sisseton 12

Madison 55, Milbank Area 0

 

Region 2

Lennox 35, Dakota Valley 14

Vermillion 20, Tea Area 17, OT

 

Region 3

Chamberlain 42, Todd County 16

West Central 56, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 0

 

Region 4

Belle Fourche 66, Little Wound 13

Hot Springs 51, Pine Ridge 0

 

Class 9B

First Round

Region 1

Eureka/Bowdle 26, Langford 24

Faulkton 54, Hitchcock-Tulare 8

 

Region 2

Dell Rapids St. Mary 52, Waverly-South Shore 22

Hamlin 56, Colman-Egan 0

 

Region 3

Avon 68, Burke/South Central 30

Canistota 66, Scotland 26

 

Region 4

Faith 40, Sunshine Bible Academy 16

Harding County 50, Wall 0

 

Class 11B

First Round

Region 1

Aberdeen Roncalli 46, Redfield/Doland 0

Groton Area 41, Mobridge-Pollock 0

 

Region 2

Canton 45, Sioux Valley 7

McCook Central/Montrose 14, Tri-Valley 7

 

Region 3

Bon Homme 20, Winner 0

Parkston 56, Lead-Deadwood 0

 

Region 4

Custer 35, Red Cloud 12

St. Thomas More 52, Bennett County 8


CategoriesLocal Sports,

SD High School Football Quarterfinal Matchups Class 11A-Class 9B

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Class 11A

Games To Be Played On November 3rd 

No. 1 Madison vs. No. 8 Chamberlain

No. 4 Hot Springs vs. Belle Fourche

No. 2 Dell Rapids vs. No. 7 Vermillion

No. 3 West Central vs. No. 6 Lennox.

 

Class 11B

Games To Be Played November 3rd

 

No. 1 Parkston vs. No. 8 Canton

No. 4 Aberdeen Roncalli vs. No. 5 McCook Central/Montrose

 No. 2 Custer vs. No. 7 Groton Area

No. 3 St. Thomas More vs. No. 6 Bon Homme

 

Class 9AA

Games To Be Played On November 3rd

 

No. 1 Arlington vs. No. 8 Kimball/White Lake

 No. 2 Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central vs. No. 5 Elkton-Lake Benton;

No. 2 Gregory vs. No. 7 Lyman

 No. 3 Deuel vs. No. 6 Garretson.

 

Class 9A

Games To Be Played On November 3rd

 

No. 1 Philip vs. No. 8 Chester Area

No. 4 Wolsey-Wessington vs. No. 5 Potter County

No. 2 Howard vs. No. 7 Warner

No. 3 Alcester-Hudson vs. No. 6 New Underwood

 

Class 9B

Games To Be Played On November 3rd

 

No. 1 Hamlin vs. No. 8 Eureka/Bowdle

No. 4 Faith vs. No. 5 Harding County

No. 2 Canistota vs. No. 7 Dell Rapids St. Mary

 No. 3 Faulkton Area vs. No. 6 Avon

 


CategoriesLocal Sports,

Potter County Defeats Rival Sully Buttes, Advances To 2nd Round

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The defending Class 9A State Champion Potter County Battlers handed rival Sully Buttes a 26-8 loss Tuesday night to advance to the second round of the Class 9A playoffs. The Battlers wasted little time scoring touchdowns in the first round matchup. On the Battlers first two possessions, quarterback Caleb Meinke found Tanner Storer for a 56 yard score. After a three & out from the Chargers, the Battlers would score on their next drive when Meinke rushed into the endzone for the score to give Potter County a quick 14-0 lead.

With great field position after the kickoff, the Chargers found the endzone for the first time & only time on the night when quarterback Scott Senftner found Brayden Wittler for a 9 yard score to cut the Battler lead to 14-8. Potter County would answer before the half with a Caleb Meinke touchdown pass that increased the Battler lead to 20-8.

Neither Potter County nor Sully Buttes moved the football effectively in the second half. The only touchdown of the final two quarters came in the fourth from Potter County after an interception return setup a Colton Hall touchdown which was the game’s final score. Sully Buttes ends their season with a 6-3 record as Potter County advances to the quarterfinal round of Class 9A football. The Battlers will travel next Monday November 3rd for a tilt against Wolsey-Wessington. 


CategoriesLocal Sports,

Pierre Swim Team Win RAcer Dual

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The Pierre Swim Team had 41 members compete at the Pierre – RAcer Dual meet held in Rapid City.  The Pierre Swim Team won the meet, beating the Rapid City Racers by a narrow margin of two points. This was the second annual dual meet between the Pierre Swim Team and Rapid City Racers.  

Of Pierre Swim Team’s 125 individual entries, 44 were state qualifying times (indicated by *). Pierre had several relay teams compete bringing 6 first place finishes to the team.

Of the 44 state qualifying times, three were National Age Group Motivational A times, five were National Age Group AA motivational times and one was a National Age Group Motivational AAA time.

 

Female 8 & under

 

Ryann Barry

                4th – 50 free

                4th – 100 free

                13th – 25 back

 

Olivia Frederick

                1st – 25 back *

                3rd – 100 free

                4th – 25 breast

 

Abigail Kropp

                1st – 50 free *

                1st – 25 breast *

                1st – 100 IM *

 

Avery Lisburg

                7th – 50 free

                7th – 25 back

 

Emmy Loe

                2nd – 50 free

                2nd – 25 breast *

                3rd – 25 back

 

Kyleigh Molseed

                9th – 25 back

                11th – 50 free


 

Nori Overweg

                9th – 25 breast

                10th – 50 free

                12th – 25 back

 

Ella Oxford

                11th – 25 back

                13th – 50 free

 

Genevieve Oxford

                4th – 25 back

                8th – 50 free

                8th – 25 breast

 

Paige Spomer

                6th – 25 breast

                8th – 25 back

                9th – 50 free

 

 

 

Female 9 – 10

 

Katelynn Axtell

                1st – 100 Free *

                1st – 50 back *

 

Addison Cumbow

                1st – 50 Breast *

                2nd – 50 free

                2nd – 50 back

 

Emily Frederick

                4th – 50 breast

                6th – 50 Free

                9th – 100 Free

 

Elena Hebb

                2nd – 50 breast

                5th – 100 free

 

Morgan Lisburg

                3rd – 50 back

3rd – 50 breast

                6th – 100 IM

 


 

Emma Reitzel

                4th – 50 free

                4th – 50 fly

                5th – 50 back

 

Jazzlyn Rombough

                3rd – 50 free

                4th – 100 free

                5th – 100 IM

 

Ella Ward-Zeller

                1st – 50 free *AA

                1st – 50 fly *AAA

                1st – 100 IM *AA

 

 

 

Female 11-12

 

Savannah Shrake

                4th – 50 back

                4th – 50 fly

                5th – 100 IM

 

Reagan Spomer

                2nd – 50 free

                2nd – 50 back

                3rd – 100 free

 

Jastyn Frederick

                1st – 200 Free

                1st – 50 Back

                3rd – 100 IM

 

 

Female 13-14

 

Sammie Axtell

                2nd – 100 Free *

                2nd – 100 Back

                2nd – 100 Fly

 

Augustine Boland

                3rd – 50 Free *

                3rd – 100 Free

                3rd – 100 back

 

Sydney Theobald

                1st – 100 free *

                1st – 100 back

                2nd – 50 free *

 

 

Female 15 & over

 

Cassie Axtell

                2nd – 50 Free *

                2nd – 500 Free

                3rd – 100 Fly

 

Ashley Theobald

                1st – 100 breast *AA

                1st – 50 free *AA

                2nd – 100 fly *A

 

 

Male 8 & under

 

Jordan Herrlein

                2nd – 25 back

                3rd – 50 free

 

Seth Shoup

                2nd – 25 breast

                4th – 25 back

                4th – 50 free

 

Rylan Shrake

                2nd – 50 free *

                2nd – 100 free

                2nd – 25 fly

 

Mason Ward-Zeller

                1st – 25 breast *

                1st – 25 fly *

                1st – 100 IM *

 

 

Male 9-10

 

Aidan Burke

                1st – 100 Free *

                1st – 50 Fly *A

                2nd – 50 Free *

 

Isaac Loe

                1st – 50 free *

                1st – 50 breast *

                2nd – 100 free *

 

 

 

Male 11-12

 

Andrew Herrlein

                1st – 100 IM *

                2nd – 50 back *

                2nd – 50 breast *

 

Canyon Jones

                1st – 100 back *

                1st – 200 free *

                3rd – 100 IM *

 

Thomas Kropp

                1st – 500 Free

                1st – 50 back *

                2nd – 100 IM *

 

Nick Loe

                1st – 100 free *

                1st – 50 breast *A

                3rd – 50 back

 

Jackson Overweg

                3rd – 50 free

                6th – 50 back

                6th – 50 breast

 

Isaak Rombough

                3rd – 100 free

                4th – 50 back

                5th – 50 breast

 

Nathan Shoup

                2nd – 100 free

                3rd – 50 breast *

                4th – 100 IM

 

 

 

Male 13-14

 

Isaac Buchholtz

                2nd – 50 free *

                3rd – 100 free

                3rd – 200 IM

 

Caleb Huizenga

                1st – 50 free *

                1st – 100 back *

                2nd – 100 free *

 

 

Relays

 

 

Mixed 8 & Under

 

100 free relay

                1st – Team A: Mason Ward-Zeller, Rylan Shrake, Ryann Barry, Abigail Kropp

                3rd – Team B: Olivia Frederick, Genevieve Oxford, Seth Shoup, Emmy Loe

                4th – Team C: Kyleigh Molseed, Jordan Herrlein, Nori Overweg, Paige Spomer

 

100 medley relay

                1st – Team A: Abigail Kropp, Emmy Loe, Mason Ward-Zeller, Rylan Shrake

                2nd – Team B: Genevieve Oxford, Ryann Barry, Paige Spomer, Olivia Frederick

                4th – Team C: Jordan Herrlein, Kyleigh Molseed, Nori Overweg, Seth Shoup

 

 

Female 9-10

 

200 free relay

                1st – Team A: Katelynn Axtell, Morgan Lisburg, Addison Cumbow, Ella Ward-Zeller

                3rd – Team B: Elena Hebb, Emma Reitzel, Emerie Ford, Jazzlyn Rombough

 

200 medley relay

                1st – Team A: Morgan Lisburg, Katelynn Axtell, Ella Ward-Zeller, Addison Cumbow

 

 

Female 13 & over

 

200 free relay

                2nd – Team A: Sydney Theobald, Cassie Axtell, Sammie Axtell, Ashley Theobald

 

200 medley relay

                2nd – Team A: Sydney Theobald, Ashley Theobald, Sammie Axtell, Cassie Axtell

 

 

Male 11-12

 

200 free relay

                1st – Team A: Nathan Shoup, Andrew Herrlein, Canyon Jones, Thomas Kropp

 

200 medley relay

                1st – Team A: Thomas Kropp, Nick Loe, Andrew Herrlein, Nathan Shoup

 

 


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