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Big Dakota Conference Volleyball Tournament

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The 2014 Big Dakota Conference Volleyball tournament schedule has been released. The tournament will be played at the Parkview Gymnasium again this year in Fort Pierre. Nine teams will be separated into three pools. The top four teams will advance into a bracket tournament after pool play concludes.

Big Dakota Conference Pool Play Schedule:

East Court/West Court

Chamberlain vs. Winner/Cheyenne-Eagle Butte vs. Todd County – 11AM

Mobridge-Pollock vs. Winner/ Crow Creek vs. Stanley County – 12:30PM

Miller vs. Todd County/McLaughlin vs. Stanley County – 2PM

Chamberlain vs. Mobridge-Pollock/Cheyenne-Eagle Butte vs. Miller – 3:30PM

Crow Creek vs. McLaughlin/ Bye – 5PM 


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SD Sportswriters' Football Poll This Week

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Class 11AAA

1. SF Lincoln 

2. SF Roosevelt

3. SF O'Gorman

4. Br. Valley

5. Ab. Central


Class 11AA

1. Brookings 

2. Yankton 

3. Harrisburg

4. Pierre

5. Watertown

Also receiving votes: Douglas 


Class 11A

1. West Central 

2. Madison

3. Dell Rapids

4. Sisseton.

5. Hot Springs

Also receiving votes: Tea Area, Vermillion


Class 11B

1. Parkston 

2. Winner 

3. St. Tho. More

4. Aberdeen Roncalli 

5. Tri-Valley

Also receiving votes: McCook Central/Montrose 


Class 9AA

1. Gregory 

2. Arlington 

3. W/WS/SC

4. Garretson

5. Deubrook Area

Also receiving votes: Br.-Em/Ethan , Menno/Marion.


Class 9A

1. Howard 

2. Wolsey-Wessington 

3. Potter County

4. Alcester-Hudson

5. Warner

Also receiving votes: Herreid-Selby Area 


Class 9B

1. Canistota 

2. Hamlin

3. Harding County

4. Avon
 
5. Dell Rapids St. Mary

Also receiving notes: Eureka-Bowdle 

 


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Drive For Kids Fundraiser

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

On Saturday at the PILC Soccer Complex, Wegner Auto held their annual “Drive For The Kids” fundraiser in support of soccer in the Capital City. For every car that was test driven during the fundraiser, 20 dollars was given back to the soccer program. Between 10:30AM & 1:30PM, 96 cars were test driven which totaled & raised 1,920 dollars for Pierre soccer.


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Bondy Assists On Game Winning Goal To Lift NSU Soccer

Monday, September 15, 2014

(From NSU Sports Information Desk)


A season high 23 shots, and attacking offense led the Northern State University soccer team to victory in the 2014 NSIC opener. The Wolves defeated the visiting Dragons, of Minnesota State University-Moorhead, 1-0
After countless near misses, junior Allie MacDonald came up big for the Wolves with under five minutes remaining in the game scoring the lone goal. Former Pierre Lady Governor Anna Bondy took control from the Dragons at midfield, feeding the ball to the attacking Macdonald. MacDonald went on to dribble past two defenders and score her first goal of the season, stumping the Dragon keeper. Bondy recorded the assist on the Macdonald score. The Wolves will be back in action Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. against St. Cloud & Minnesota Duluth. 


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Lady Gov Volleyball Swept

Monday, September 15, 2014

After a much needed road win last Thursday against Sturgis the Pierre Lady Governor volleyball team was swept in three sets on Saturday by ESD Confernce opponent Brandon Valley by scores of 26-24, 25-21, & 25-21. The Lady Governors fall to 2-5 on the season & will host Huron at the Riggs High Gymnasium on Tuesday evening. 
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Stanley County Falls To 0-2

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Running backs Paul Guptill & Jacob Kammerer both rushed for over 100 yards & two touchdowns to lead the Philip Scotties to a 34-14 victory over the Stanley County Buffaloes Friday night.

Stanley County grabbed the lead early in the first quarter after a 5 yard scamper by quarterback Colton Drageset. On Philip's next drive, Brody Carley threw a five yard touchdown to Jacob Kammerer to tie the game at six.

The second quarter is where Guptill & Kammerer took control of the game. Kammerer opened the quarter with a 50 yard touchdown run then Guptill scored from 15 & 26 yards out. Philip led 26-6 at the half. Guptill finished the game with 175 yards rushing to lead Philip.

In the second half, Philip continued to run the ball against the Buffs, just draining time off the clock. Philip would score one more time late in the fourth when Jacob Kammerer racked up his third touchdown of the night. Stanley County would tack on a touchdown as time expired. Philip is a perfect 3-0 on the season as Stanley County drops to 0-2. The Buffs return to action Friday as they travel to White River for a 4PM kickoff. 


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Pierre Wins 2nd Straight Game After Mitchell Victory

Sunday, September 14, 2014

The Pierre Governor football team took advantage of a slow start by the Mitchell Kernels on Saturday to win their second straight game by a score of 28-7. Pierre broke the scoreless tie thanks to a 67 touchdown reception by Connor Ryan, who was playing in his first game of the season. Layne Hohn would score from 10 yards out later in the half after Mitchell bobbled a long snap. Pierre’s stingy defense forced three Mitchell turnovers in the first half & held the Kernels to only 28 yards of offense.  Pierre continued the scoring onslaught in the second half when quarterback Brevin Kaiser rushed & passed for another touchdown.  The Governors improve to 2-1 on the season as the Kernels now fall to 0-3. Pierre is back home Friday night for their homecoming game against SF O’ Gorman.


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Soccer Action @ PILC Saturday

Sunday, September 14, 2014

In their unofficial homecoming game on Saturday, the Pierre Lady Governor soccer team defeated Watertown by a score of 3-0 & the Governors fell to the Arrows 3-2. On the girl’s side, Katie Neilsen began the scoring 10 minutes into the first half & gave the Lady Govs a 1-0 lead at the break. Goals from Tori Thorpe & Caelie Williams capped off a victory midway through the second half for Pierre.

On the boy’s side, the Governors fell behind by two goals early in the first half but could not rebound late for their second consecutive loss. Watertown’s Blake Wirtjes scored all three goals for the Arrows. Cole Cruse & Cody Kuehl each added tallies for Pierre. Pierre is back on the road this week for an out of class matchup against Tea Area & then a contest against ESD opponent Harrisburg. 


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Brown & VanDenHemel lead Buffs

Sunday, September 14, 2014

The Stanley Country cross country team made an impressive showing at the Ipswich Invitational on Saturday.  The 17 team meet gave Stanley County it first real competitive look at some of its region opposition.  Early indications are that the Buffs are right where they need to be.

Austin Brown again led the Buffs with a 6th place finish in a time of 17:47.  Shay Van Den Hemel was 8th in a time of 17:57 and Cale Meiners ran 19:03 finishing 25th. With a runner missing from their normal lineup the Buffs were just hoping to stay close to their competition. The team placed 2nd in the meet getting beat by Class A powerhouse Miller.   “Missing a varsity runner kind of had us wondering if we could match up, but those three took it as a personal challenge and delivered”, said coach head coach Erin Herr. 

On the girl’s side, Kelsey Van Den Hemel came into the meet with two very good outings under her belt but Saturday’s race would be a major indicator of where she stood with some of the best that Class B had to offer.  Kelsey was up to the challenge finishing 4th with a new career best of 15:41.  “This field was loaded with medalist from last year’s state meet.  Kelsey beat two runners today who finished in the top 5 at the state meet”, said Coach Herr.  Stanley County Cross Country heads to Chamberlain on Thursday for the Big Dakota Conference meet. Running begins at 2:30PM. 


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Faith Rolls Past Sully Buttes

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Faith’s explosive offense broke the game open in the second half, rolling past Sully Buttes 50-14 Friday night in high school football played in Onida.

After leading only 16-6 at halftime, the Longhorns scored on five second-half possessions. Gerreth Bushong and Shane Lutz led the way with two second-half touchdowns. Two of the Faith scores came after Sully Buttes turnovers.

The Chargers, now 1-2 on the season, held Faith’s offense to only 163 total yards in the first half but the Longhorns gained 268 second-half yards. Sully Buttes’ two touchdowns came on passes from quarterback Scott Senftner – 31 yards to Cody Nelson in the first quarter and seven yards to Shiloh Perkins in the third period.

 For the Chargers, Senftner completed 20 of 30 passes for 262 yards. Nelson had 10 catches for 124 yards and Perkins had 112 combined rushing and receiving yards to lead the Chargers. Sully Buttes travels to Highmore to face Highmore-Harrold Friday night. 
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