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Hyde Stadium Design Committee Meeting

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

The first Hyde Stadium design committee meeting will take place Tuesday at the Pierre Area Chamber Commerce at 6:30PM. On the agenda for Tuesday's meeting includes  introductions and an overview of what has happened with the project to this point, discussions on major themes or missing elements, timelines, & setting the committee’s meetings/agenda going forward. Also architect of the project Brad Ciavarella will be on hand. Construction to Hyde Stadium is to begin in August of 2015 once the baseball season has been concluded. 


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Learn To Skate Program

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

The Oahe Hockey Association is offering their free Learn To Skate program sessions on Mondays and Saturdays for their younger members to learn ice skating basics. Learn to Skate is available to kids as young as 3 years old, and is completely free for those 6 years old and younger. Learn to Skate is scheduled to begin December 1 & will run through February 28. Sessions will be held at the ExpoCenter on Mondays from 5:45 - 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. Registrations are still being accepted for the Learn To Skate program. Contact Tawyna at 605-553-3840 for more information.


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SD Sportswriters' Football Poll This Week

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Class 11AAA

 

1. Sioux Falls Lincoln       

2. Sioux Falls Roosevelt

3. Brandon Valley            

4. Sioux Falls O'Gorman

5. Aberdeen Central      

 

Class 11AA

 

1. Yankton          

2. Brookings      

3. Harrisburg     

4. Douglas          

5. Pierre               -             

 

Class 11A

 

1. Madison

2. Dell Rapids    

3. West Central

4. Hot Springs

5. Tea Area

 

Others receiving votes: Lennox, Vermillion

 

Class 11B

 

1. Parkston        

2. Winner

3. Aberdeen Roncalli     

4. St. Thomas More        

5. McCook Central-Montrose    

 

Class 9AA

 

1. Arlington        

2. Gregory          

3. Woon-Wess Spr.-San Central

4. Garretson      

5. Deuel              

 

Others receiving votes: Kimball-White Lake

 

Class 9A

 

 

1. Howard

2. Wolsey-Wessington

3. Potter County              

4. Alcester-Hudson        

5. Phillip

 

Others receiving votes: Sully Buttes

 

Class 9B

 

1. Canistota

2. Hamlin            

3. Harding County

4. Avon

5. Faulkton          


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UND Stays Put In Latest Hockey Poll

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

(From UND Sports Information Desk)

  

When Providence College visits North Dakota for a non-conference series this weekend, it will be the first matchup at Ralph Engelstad Arena in three years to feature a pair of top-five teams.

In the latest national polls released this afternoon, North Dakota remained ranked No. 3 while Providence stayed at No. 5 in both the USCHO and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls. Top-ranked Minnesota stayed atop both polls while defending national champion Union ranked No. 2.

The last time UND and an opponent faced each other in Grand Forks with both ranked as top-five schools was on Oct. 8, 2011, when third-ranked UND was defeated by fifth-ranked Boston College in the Ice Breaker Tournament. UND will meet Providence on Friday at 7:37 p.m. Central and Saturday at 7:07 p.m. Central.


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Eickhorn Named Coyote Athlete of the Week

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

(From USD Sports Information Desk)

 

South Dakota junior Amber Eichkorn has been named Coyote Athlete of the Week. Once again, Eichkorn led the Coyotes with a runner-up finish in the 30-team race at Bradley’s “Pink” Classic this past Friday at Newman Golf Course in Peoria.

Eichkorn recorded a career-best time of 20 minutes and 45 seconds through 6,000 meters, trailing champion Maria McDaniel of Western Michigan by four seconds. Eichkorn holds the fifth fastest time in Bradley’s “Pink” Classic history. This is the second time this season that she been named Coyote Athlete of the Week.

In addition to Eichkorn, South Dakota’s women’s cross country team finished second to Illinois. Finishing in fifth for the Coyote women was junior Katie Wetzstein with a time of 21:05.8, a career best time by 23 seconds. A native of Wichita, Kan., Eichkorn is in the pre-physical therapy program and a kinesiology and sports science major with a minor in interdisciplinary sciences at South Dakota.


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OHA Board Meeting Tonight

Monday, October 20, 2014

The October Oahe Hockey Association board meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 20 at the board room of the ExpoCenter.  Agenda items include a proposed change to the Play-Up Request policy to allow requests at all levels and not just 2nd year Squirts and older. 


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Aberdeen Defeats Pierre For 16th Consecutive Win

Monday, October 20, 2014

The Pierre Lady Governor volleyball team was swept in three games on Saturday at the Riggs High Gymnasium by state ranked Aberdeen Central. Aberdeen defeated Pierre 25-13, 25-23, & 25-10 for their 16th consecutive victory. Pierre’s Kelsey Schmitz led the Lady Governors with 8 kills as Kalle Stout recorded 16 digs.  The Lady Governors, now 6-12 on the season, will wrap up their regular season this week with a game at home Friday against Mitchell then at Harrisburg on Saturday. 


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Stanley County Edges Highmore

Saturday, October 18, 2014

The Stanley County Buffalo football team extended their winning streak to three games on Friday night with a 35-10 victory over the Highmore-Harrold Pirates. The game opened with Trey Montana returning a long kickoff to the Pirates four yard line. That is where Colton Drageset found Montana for a touchdown. Minutes later after a Highmore-Harrold turnover, Montana would rush for the Buffs second touchdown of the night from four yards out.

After falling behind 14-0 in the first quarter, the Highmore offense settled down & began marching down field. The Pirates would convert on a fake punt on their third drive of the game that led to a Trevor Ryan 20 yard field goal. The Buffs would tack on one more touchdown before the intermission as Drageset connected with Damon Hoftiezer from 31 yards out to give the Buffs a 21-3 lead.

Highmore-Harrold opened the third quarter with a thirteen play drive that ate up six minutes of clock that resulted in their first touchdown of the night as quarterback Jarrett Krause rushed in from three yards out. Unfortunately for the Pirates, that would be the final time they would score. The Buffs clamped down on defense & Drageset threw two more touchdowns to secure the victory for Stanley County.

Stanley County is now 4-3 after their victory on Friday night & have won three consecutive games. The Buffs will conclude regular season play at Ole Williamson Field Thursday October 23rd when they host the Wall Eagles. 


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Pierre Drops Second Straight To Brandon

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Brandon Valley quarterback Jake Comeaux passed for four touchdowns & ran for two more to lead the Lynx over the Pierre Governors 48-27 on Friday night. Comeaux was 20-for-28 for 220 yards & he rushed 14 times for 66 yards. For the Governors, Brevin Kaiser paved the way passing for 284 yards &  two touchdowns. Pierre is now 3-4 on the season & will finish the regular season on the road, Thursday October 23rd at Aberdeen Central. 


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PACA Athletes of the Week

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Pierre athletes Jebben Keyes & Kallie Stout have been named the Pierre Athletic Coaches Associations Athletes of the Week. Stout receives the honor after recording 25 digs against Brandon Valley. Pierre volleyball coach Chris Swiden called Stout a phenomenal defensive player.

Keyes had best race of his young running career this past weekend at the ESD Cross Country Championships held in Huron.  Keyes placed 2nd in the Boys Varsity Race which included nine teams and a total of 74 runners. Keyes’ finish is the best for the boy’s team since Travis Fitzke won the ESD title in 2007. 


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