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KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, November 1, 2008


College Football

Black Hills State- 29 #18 Jamestown- 24 (Heard On KDSJ)
#20 Dickinson State- 29 Dakota State- 15
Minot State- 41 Mayville State- 13
Valley City State- 35 S.D. Tech- 14
SDSU- 43 Missouri State- 13
#2 Sioux Falls- 19 #8 Northwestern- 0
Southwest Minnesota- 39 Northern State- 32
USD- 63 North Greenville- 0
Winona State- 41 Augustana- 24

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Mayville State- 1 (25-18, 25-14, 21-25, 25-20)
Dakota State- 3 S.D. Tech- 1 (22-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-19)
Dickinson State- 3 Valley City State- 1 (25-14, 25-23, 20-25, 25-19)
Jamestown- 3 Minot State- 2 (25-23, 25-22, 15-25, 20-25, 15-9)

College Men's Basketball

Northern Colorado- 91 Black Hills State- 62 (Exhibition)
Dakota Wesleyan- 76 Mayville State- 68
Dana, NE- 88 Dakota State- 80
Jamestown- 55 Midland Lutheran, NE- 54
Montana-Western- 79 Dickinson State- 68
Rocky Mountain College- 86 S.D. Tech- 68
Valley City State- 72 Peru State, NE- 58

College Women's Basketball

Black Hills State- 65 Dana, NE- 55
Carrol College- 84 Dickinson State- 74
Hastings, NE- 74 Dakota State- 63
Jamestown- 71 Briar Cliff, IA- 66
Morningside- 58 Minot State- 54
Northwestern- 109 Mayville State- 74
S.D. Tech- 63 Dordt- 59
Valley City State- 68 Peru State, NE- 62



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, November 03, 2008 (20:00:00)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, October 31, 2008


College Women's Basketball

Black Hills State- 71 Dordt, IA- 57
Dakota State- 85 Northwestern- 81
Dana, NE- 60 S.D. Tech- 54
Hastings- 55- Jamestown- 50
Minot State- 74 Briar Cliff- 55
Montana Tech- 82 Dickinson State- 72
Morningside- 88 Mayville State- 60

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Dakota State- 0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-16)
Jamestown- 3 Dickinson State- 0 (25-15, 25-17, 25-15)
Mayville State- 3 S.D. Tech- 2 (18-25, 23-25, 25-20, 25-17, 19-17)



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, November 03, 2008 (19:36:18)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Minot State A Slight Favorite In DAC Preseason Men's Hoops Poll


Minot State edged Valley City State for the top spot in the 2008-09 Dakota Athletic Conference Preseason Men's Basketball Coaches' Poll.

The Beavers picked up five first place ballots to top the rankings. MSU returns a pair of second team All DAC selections in senior guard C.J. DeWitty (15.1 points, 4.5 rebounds, 5.6 assists) and senior forward Aaron Patterson (15.0 points, 4.0 rebounds).

The Vikings received a pair of first place ballots to finish second in the poll. VCSU returns all five starters from 2007-08, led by second team All DAC sophmore forward Tyler Macomber (11.0 points, 7.2 rebounds), along with senior guard Mike Stowman (11.8 points, 3.0 rebounds).

Black Hills State picked up the final first place vote to finish third. The Yellowjackets bring back second team All DAC and Newcomer of the Year Cain Atkinson, a sophomore guard (15.6 points) and third team All DAC junior guard Parker Emerson (15.3 points, 4.3 rebounds) among their five returning starters.

Dickinson State finished fourth in the poll with five players returning with extended playing time. Senior guard Yazeed Saajid is the Blue Hawks top returning scorer and rebounder from 2007-08 (11.1 points, 4.8 rebounds).

Jamestown placed fifth the poll after losing all five starters from last season's conference championship team. The Jimmiies will have a youthful lineup as they try to replace three all conference players on the 2008-09 roster.

South Dakota Mines placed sixth in the poll with a roster filled with experience from last year. The Hardrockers return six players who started last season.

Mayville State was voted seventh in the poll as the Comets return one starter from last season in senior center Ron Dunlap.

Dakota State finishes off the poll with senior guard Sean Baitinger leading four returning starters.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, October 29, 2008 (05:00:00)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Tuesday, October 28, 2008


High School Football Playoffs

11AA

S.F. Washington- 56 Spearfish- 7 (Heard On KDSJ)
Brandon Valley- 49 R.C. Stevens- 26
Brookings- 35 R.C. Central- 21
S.F. Lincoln- 63 Douglas- 6
S.F. O'Gorman- 55 Huron- 7
S.F. Roosevelt- 51 Mitchell- 14
Sturgis- 23 Aberdeen Central- 21
Watertown- 7 Yankton- 0

11A

Region 1

West Central- 41 Milbank- 0
Dell Rapids- 70 Sisseton- 30

Region 2

Harrisburg- 53 Lead/Deadwood- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
Vermillion- 21 Lennox- 7

Region 3

Winner- 64 Pine Ridge- 12
Little Wound- 20 Todd County- 19

Region 4

Belle Fourche- 31 Custer- 6
St. Thomas More- 34 Hot Springs- 23

11B

Region 1

Aberdeen Roncalli- 27 Deuel- 0
Groton Area- 32 Elk Point Jefferson- 6

Region 2

Howard- 20 Garretson- 8
Tri-Valley- 35 Flandreau- 7

Region 3

Platte-Geddes- 23 Bon Homme- 6
Dakota Valley- 37 Wagner- 0

Region 4

Bennett County- 28 Stanley County- 6
Mobridge- 53 Red Cloud- 0

9AA

Region 1

Ipswich- 52 Florence/Henry- 0
Langford/Roslyn- 27 Clark- 26

Region 2

Stickney/Mt. Vernon- 47 Wessington Springs/Woonsocket- 6
Chester Area- 22 DeSmet/Iroquois- 0

Region 3

Marion/Hurley- 44 Canistota/Bridgewater- 32
Emery/Ethan- 50 Tripp-Delmont/Armour- 0

Region 4

Lyman- 42 Newell- 12
Gregory- 38 White River- 0

9A

Region 1

Estelline- 17 Castlewood- 0
Arlington- 40 Great Plains Lutheran- 24

Region 2

Avon- 52 Scotland- 0
Colman-Egan- 34 Viborg- 21

Region 3

Eureka/Bowdle- 24 Sunshine Bible Academy- 6
Gettysburg- 38 Faulkton- 12

Region 4

Philip- 24 Irene-Wakonda- 0
Sully Buttes- 28 New Underwood- 6

9B

Region 1

Herried- 25 Waverly/South Shore- 6
Warner- 48 Grant-Deuel- 6

Region 2

Dell Rapids St. Mary's- 44 Montrose- 7
Hitchcock-Tiulare- 50 Sanborn Central- 8

Region 3

Hanson- 56 Colome- 6
Menno- 66 Gayville-Volin- 21

Region 4

Harding County- 44 Jones County- 12
Dupree- 48 Selby Area- 42



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, October 29, 2008 (01:54:53)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Monday, October 27, 2008


High School Volleyball

Bennett County- 3 Wall- 0
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 3 Crow Creek- 0
Custer- 3 St. Thomas More- 2
Douglas- 3 Hot Springs- 2
Newell- 3 Faith- 2
Philip- 3 New Underwood- 0
R.C. Central- 3 Spearfish- 0
R.C. Christian- 3 Kadoka- 2
R.C. Stevens- 3 Sturgis- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, October 29, 2008 (00:43:03)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Jackets Title Hopes Blown Away With 23-13 Loss


By Dennis Knuckles
Black Hills Pioneer

The Black Hills State Yellow Jackets saw their dreams of a third straight Dakota Athletic Conference dashed with a 23-13 loss to Minot State Saturday in Spearfish.

It was Senior Day at Lyle Hare Stadium, the last home game of the season for the Yellow Jackets, but the things did not go the way the seniors had hoped they would as Minot State took advantage of an injury-riddled defense.

“It's no secret, we're undermanned,” said John Scott, Jackets head coach. “We kind of hit week five and we knew we had gotten every ounce out of this carrot that was possible. We've squeezed everything out of it.”

Both defenses controlled the game early and the first quarter ended up being scoreless.

Less than a minute into the second quarter Minot State put the first points on the board on a 13-yard touchdown run. The extra point was no good, but the Beavers led 6-0. Minot State added another score with just over five minutes left in the first half to increase their lead to 13-0.

Black Hills State finally generated some offense as the final seconds of the first half ticked away. Drew Hodgs scored on a quarterback sneak from one yard out, Micah Nielsen added the extra point and the Jackets trailed 13-7 at the half.

In the third quarter Black Hills State received good field position, the Minot State 43-yard line, and the Jackets drove down to the Beavers 4-yard line. Hodgs took it around the right end for the score. The conversion failed and the game was tied 13-13.

Minot State took the ensuing kick off and drove 73 yards for the score to regain the lead 20-13.

Minot State kicked the ball off, a gust of wind held up the ball and the ball only traveled 10 yards and the Beavers recovered at their own 45-yard line. That play turned out to be huge as the Beavers drove down the field to kick a 31-yard field goal and Minot State led 23-13 after three quarters of play.

“They didn't try to onside kick it, the ball just hung up in the air. I don't know how to simulate that in practice,” Scott said.

The Jackets had trouble throwing into a strong wind in the fourth quarter and the Beavers hung on to win 23-13.

For the Jackets it was their second straight disappointing loss, losing at Dickinson last week.

“Early in our year here, our wins, we celebrated them a little different,” said Scott. “We got use to winning and now they (the losses) are a little bitter. We have the bar set pretty high.”

Ehrlich rushed for 99 yards on 19 carries. Hodgs was 18 for 37 for 161 yards and one interception and he scored two rushing touchdowns.

Richard Fairhead had 14 tackles (10 unassisted and four assisted and Wacey Coleman recovered a fumble for the Jackets defense.

The Jackets (5-3 overall, 3-2 conference) travel to Jamestown Saturday.

The Jackets hope to play the roll of spoiler.

“We're in a different role now. We're going to finish out at Jamestown and (South Dakota) School of Mines. Now you are playing for different things. You aren't playing for banners, this year, but we are going to see if we can't take Jamestown out of the race and finish up at Mines on a high note,” said Scott.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, October 28, 2008 (05:48:41)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Jamestown Favored In DAC Preseason Women's Basketball Poll


Jamestown College tops a close race for the number one spot in the 2008-09 Dakota Athletic Conference Preseason Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Poll.

The Jimmies received five first place ballots to top the rankings. Despite losing second team All DAC guard and DAC Defensive Player of the Year Guili Variano (19.0 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.6 steals) to an injury, JC returns five players with starting experience.

With a pair of first place votes, Minot State finished second in the poll. Third team All DAC senior center Lashay Bagsby (12.8 points, 6.3 rebounds, 1.5 blocks) looks to lead a Beavers’ team that loses a pair of all conference performers from a squad that advanced to the Elite Eight at the national tournament.

Black Hills State received the final first place selection to finish third in the balloting. Junior guard Brittany Furhman (10.7 points), a third team all conference honoree, is one of two starters returning from the 2007-08 team that advanced to the quarterfinals at the national tourney.

South Dakota Mines finished fourth in the poll. Despite losing a pair of all conference players to graduation, the Hardrockers will have four players back with starting experience. Sophomore forward Jerika Ihnen (9.6 points, 4.8 rebounds), last season’s DAC Freshman of the Year and junior forward Bethany Holyoak (13.1 points, 6.3 rebounds), the top returning scorer, look to lead the veteran ball club.

Dickinson State placed fifth in the preseason rankings. The Blue Hawks bring back three starters, led by senior guard Ashley Emmons (7.8 points, 2.8 rebounds, 2.7 assists).

Mayville State finished sixth in the voting. The Comets will have a new look with the graduation of all five starters, including a pair of first team All DAC and Honorable Mention All America performers.

Dakota State and Valley City State tied for seventh in the poll. Lady Trojans’ new coach Joe Reints will look to replace a starting five that included three all conference performers from the team that advanced to the second round at the national tournament. The Vikings look to rebound from a disappointing campaign with a youthful lineup, led by returning sophomore guards Mandy Johnson (8.5 points, 3.4 rebounds) and Amanda Brown (7.4 points, 3.5 rebounds).



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, October 28, 2008 (04:20:14)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, October 25, 2008


College Football

Minot State- 23 #17 Black Hills State- 13 (Heard On KDSJ)
#20 Jamestown- 38 Dakota State- 21
Valley City State- 45 Mayville State- 22
Dickinson State- 24 S.D. Tech- 19
Wayne State- 28 Augustana- 7
SDSU- 49 Indiana State- 9
Minnesota-Moorhead- 29 Northern State- 26
#2 Sioux Falls- 38 Dakota Wesleyan- 0

Exhibition College Basketball

Men

Northern State- 74 Black Hills State- 68 (Heard On KDSJ)

College Volleyball

Jamestown- 3 Black Hills State- 1
Dakota State- 3 Dickinson State- 1
Mayville State- 3 Minot State- 1
S.D. Tech- 3 Valley City State- 0

High School Volleyball

Aberdeen Central- 3 Mitchell- 0
Philip- 3 R.C. Christian- 0
R.C. Central- 3 S.F. O'Gorman- 0
R.C. Stevens- 3 S.F. Lincoln- 1
R.C. Stevens- 3 S.F. Washington- 0
S.F. Lincoln- 3 Spearfish- 0
S.F. O'Gorman- 3 Sturgis- 0
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 Sturgis- 0
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 R.C. Central- 1
S.F. Washington- 3 Spearfish- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, October 27, 2008 (01:42:59)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, October 24, 2008


High School Volleyball

Aberdeen Central- 3 Brandon Valley- 0
Belle Fourche- 3 Hot Springs- 1
Brookings- 3 Yankton- 1
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 3 Lemmon- 0
Faith- 3 Kadoka- 0
Lead/Deadwood- 3 Hill City- 1
Little Wound- 3 Crow Creek- 0
Lyman- 3 Stanley County- 1
Mitchell- 3 Huron- 2
R.C. Central- 3 S.F. Lincoln- 2
R.C. Central- 3 S.F. Washington- 1
R.C. Stevens- 3 S.F. O'Gorman- 1
S.F. Lincoln- 3 Sturgis- 0
S.F. O'Gorman- 3 Spearfish- 0
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 R.C. Stevens- 0
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 Spearfish- 0
S.F. Washington- 3 Sturgis- 0
Wall- 3 New Underwood- 1

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Valley City State- 0
Dakota State- 3 Minot State- 0
Jamestown- 3 S.D. Tech- 0
Mayville State- 3 Dickinson State- 2



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, October 25, 2008 (11:57:16)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Saturday's Game A Must Win For Jackets


By Bradd Schafer
Black Hills State Athletics

This Saturday the Yellow Jackets will kickoff their final home conference game against Minot State University. The Yellow Jackets will enter the game 5-2 (3-1 DAC) looking to rebound from last weeks loss on the road at Dickinson State. The Beavers enter the game 4-3 (3-1 DAC) tied with the Yellow Jackets for second place in the conference. “Every week becomes a must win game. Two conference losses will not get it done. We have to play with urgency but not panic” said Head Coach John Scott.

Offensively the Yellow Jackets will look to develop their running game behind sophomore running back Tanner Ehrlich. “We have to find a way to run the ball and be patient with it” added Coach Scott. Minot State defensively has been very good so far this season at stopping the run. “We will have to make good adjustments offensively. Minot State is very aggressive and athletic on defense” said Coach Scott.

The Beavers have the leading rusher in the conference in senior Nick Banks averaging 138 yards rushing per game. Defensively the Yellow Jackets will look to slow the running game down and prevent Banks from breaking the big play. Banks is touching the ball over 30 times per game.

Kickoff will be this Saturday at 1:00 PM in Lyle Hare Stadium on the campus of Black Hills State University. Saturday will be Senior Day where Coach Scott and his staff will honor the 14 seniors and their families before kickoff.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, October 24, 2008 (14:59:01)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, October 23, 2008


High School Football

Sturgis- 20 Spearfish- 17 (Heard On KDSJ)
Aberdeen Central- 31 Watertown- 14
#3 Belle Fourche- 37 St. Thomas More- 3
#3 Bennett County- 52 Little Wound- 8
#1 Brandon Valley- 42 Huron- 12
Brookings- 23 Pierre- 13
Chamberlain- 53 Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 0
Custer- 58 Hill City- 8
Dell Rapids- 21 #4 Harrisburg- 7
Douglas- 14 Hot Springs- 13
Dupree- 62 Kadoka- 14
Harding County- 44 Lemmon- 22
#2 Lyman- 50 Lower Brule- 0
New Underwood- 60 Jones County- 28
Newell- 46 Edgemont- 8
R.C. Central- 21 R.C. Stevens- 20 (OT)
Red Cloud- 28 Todd County- 22 (OT)
#2 S.F. O'Gorman- 49 #4 S.F. Lincoln- 15
#3 S.F. Washington- 10 #5 S.F. Roosevelt- 0
White River- 22 Wall- 18
#5 Winner- 42 Stanley County- 0
Yankton- 7 Mitchell- 6



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, October 24, 2008 (03:08:42)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Tuesday, October 21, 2008


High School Volleyball

Belle Fourche- 3 Newell- 1
Bennett County- 3 R.C. Christian- 1
Custer- 3 Hill City- 0
Douglas- 3 Lead/Deadwood- 0
Jones County- 3 Kadoka- 0
St. Thomas More- 3 Hot Springs- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, October 23, 2008 (17:34:56)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Yellow Jackets Grounded By Blue Hawks


By Bradd Schafer
Black Hills State Athletics

The Yellow Jackets made the trip up HWY 85 this past Saturday looking to build on their four game winning streak. Dickinson State also had a streak going, winning their last three conference games. From kickoff the Blue Hawks took the momentum early building a 16 point lead going into halftime. The Yellow Jackets would hold Dickinson to 16 points for the rest of the game but could only account for one late score to make the final 16-6 in favor of the Blue Hawks.

The Dickinson State defense kept the Yellow Jacket offense off kilter all game. Unable to get the running game going the Jackets went to the air, but pressure on the quarterback and breakdowns prevented the passing game from getting on track except for a late score in the waning seconds. Although the passing game managed over 200 yards it was the lack of a running game that stood out. Sophomore running back Tanner Ehrlich came into the game Saturday averaging 140 rushing yards per game. Saturday Dickinson State was able to hold Ehrlich to only 48 yards.

“Our offensive success is nurtured by our ground attack – the passing game is important, but it has always been set up by an effective run game” said Head Coach John Scott.

Junior wide receiver Corey Wheeler had six catches for 108 yards and one touchdown on the afternoon.

The Blue Hawks offense was effective in keeping the Yellow Jackets defense off balance. A good combination of running and passing enabled Dickinson to maintain field position throughout the contest. Dickinson made good on scoring every time they entered Yellow Jacket territory coming up with three field goals and a long touchdown pass.

“We left our game at home. Dickinson is playing at a great level right now and we couldn’t match their physical play, emotion, or intensity. They were more than ready for us on Saturday” added Coach Scott.

With the loss the Yellow Jackets fall to 5-2 (3-1 DAC) and are tied for second place in the DAC Conference. This weekend they will return home to take on Minot State University at 1:00 PM in Lyle Hare Stadium.

Week 7 Players of the Week:

Offensive Player of the Week:
Jason Boeding JR OL Caputa, SD

Defensive Player of the Week:
Tyler Tetrault SR LB St. Onge, SD

Special Teams Player of the Week:
Josh Wood JR DB Manitou Springs, CO



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, October 21, 2008 (22:59:14)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, October 18, 2008


College Football

Dickinson State- 16 #13 Black Hills State- 6 (Heard On KDSJ)
#21 Jamestown- 51 Mayville State- 0
Valley City State- 40 Dakota State- 10
Minot State- 25 S.D. Tech- 16
Augustana- 40 Upper Iowa- 7
Cal Poly- 42 SDSU- 28
Dakota Wesleyan- 41 Briar Cliff- 7

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Dickinson State- 1
Minot State- 3 S.D. Tech- 1

High School Volleyball

Aberdeen Central- 3 Yankton- 0
Douglas- 2 Philip- 0
Douglas- 2 Pine Ridge- 0
Harding County- 3 McIntosh/Isabel- 0
Kadoka- 3 Little Wound- 1
Newell- 3 Custer- 2
Philip- 2 Hot Springs- 0
R.C. Central- 3 Huron- 2
R.C. Stevens- 3 Mitchell- 0
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 S.F. Lincoln- 1
St. Thomas More- 2 Bennett County- 1
Sturgis- 3 Spearfish- 0
Todd County- 2 Hill City- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, October 19, 2008 (12:50:17)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Yellow Jackets Make Trip Up Highway 85


By Bradd Schafer
Black Hills State Athletics

The Yellow Jackets will make their four hour trip up HWY 85 this Saturday to Dickinson, ND. Dickinson State 3-3 (3-0 DAC) is coming off three conference wins in a row after losing their first three games. The Yellow Jackets 5-1 (3-0 DAC) enter the game winning their last four contests. “We are fortunate to be where we are with some of the injuries we have endured but now we need to step it up a notch going into the final push of the season,” said Head Coach John Scott.

The Blue Hawks enter the game behind senior quarterback Brandon Bishop-Parise who has thrown for over a 1,000 yards on the season so far with eight touchdowns. In the running game junior Zach Hepperle will carry most of the load, leading the Blue Hawks in all-purpose yards in 2008. “Dickinson State has a great balance between run and pass,” added Coach Scott. Defensively the Blue Hawks will look to slow down the Yellow Jackets through their physical play. “They will really look to be physical with us this weekend” said Coach Scott.

Keys to Saturday’s game for the Yellow Jackets are offensively to control the line of scrimmage and get a balance between run and pass. Defensively the Yellow Jackets will look to control the Blue Hawks running game first.

Game time is at 1:30 PM MST on Saturday on the campus of Dickinson State University.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, October 18, 2008 (03:50:38)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, October 16, 2008


High School Volleyball

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 3 Faith- 0
Douglas- 3 Newell- 2
Jones County- 3 Kadoka- 1
Jones County- 3 New Underwood- 0
New Underwood- 3 Kadoka- 0
Oelrichs- 3 R.C. Christian- 2
Philip- 3 Lyman- 0
S.F. Lincoln- 3 Brookings- 1
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 S.F. O'Gorman- 0
St. Thomas More- 3 Hill City- 0

High School Football

Marshall, MN- 17 Brookings- 14
Mitchell- 34 Huron- 28



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, October 18, 2008 (03:44:29)


KDSJ Local Sports
   South Dakota All-State Soccer


Class AA Boys First Team

Drew Jachium- Spearfish

Class A Boys First Team

Kurt Wilson- Sturgis
Luke Erfman- Sturgis
Reace Huber- Sturgis

Class A Boys Second Team

Seth Hansen- Belle Fourche
Aaron Schanzenbach- Belle Fourche
Nate Wilson- Sturgis

Class AA Girls First Team

Kirstie Bakke- Spearfish

Class A Girls First Team

Coree Kissack- Belle Fourche
Rebeca Meza- Belle Fourche
McKenin Hauck- Belle Fourche

Class A Girls Second Team

Kayla Jarvi- Belle Fourche
Kendra Geddes- Belle Fourche
Bethany Hildebrand- Sturgis
Kayla Shivers- Sturgis



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, October 18, 2008 (03:34:25)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, October 17, 2008


High School Football

#3 S.F. Washington- 68 Spearfish- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
Stanley County- 39 Lead-Deadwood- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
#3 Belle Fourche- 41 Custer- 20
#3 Bennett County- 50 Todd County- 0
#1 Brandon Valley- 38 Watertown- 21
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 42 St. Francis- 0
Herreid- 34 Sully Buttes- 20
Hill City- 28 Upton, WY- 20
Jones County- 22 Dupree- 15
Kadoka- 40 Edgemont- 22
Lemmon- 53 McLaughlin- 0
Lennox- 28 Canton- 7
Little Wound- 6 Red Cloud- 0
#2 Lyman- 30 #3 New Underwood- 6
Newell- 48 Faith- 6
Philip- 16 Wall- 12
#2 S.F. O'Gorman- 57 R.C. Central- 26
#4 S.F. Lincoln- 56 R.C. Stevens- 7
#5 S.F. Roosevelt- 23 Aberdeen Central- 10
Sturgis- 21 Douglas- 0
White River- 68 Lower Brule- 14
Yankton- 12 Pierre- 6

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Minot State- 0
S.D. Tech- 3 Dickinson State- 1

High School Volleyball

Belle Fourche- 3 Custer- 1
Huron- 3 R.C. Stevens- 0
R.C. Central- 3 Mitchell- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, October 18, 2008 (03:18:19)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Football: Jackets Hold On To Beat Vikings


By Dennis Knuckles
Black Hills Pioneer

It wasn't pretty, but No. 14 Black Hills State hung on to beat Valley City State 40-35 Saturday in Spearfish.

With a light rain and temperatures falling throughout the game, the Yellow Jackets survived six turnovers to beat the Vikings and remain undefeated (3-0) in the Dakota Athletic Conference.

“Giving up 35 (points) is not what we want to do and I don't think down to that very last play that we ever had anything in control,” said John Scott, Yellow Jackets head coach.

“It's a huge win, but you have to win some games like that.”

Black Hills State took the opening kick off and drove down to the Valley City 23-yard line.

From there, Drew Hodgs threw a touchdown pass to Chris Opitz. Micah Nielsen added the extra point and the Jackets grabbed an early 7-0 lead.

On Valley City's first offensive play Jackets defensive back Josh Wood intercepted a pass and returned it to the Black Hills State 49-yard line.

The Jackets gave the ball to Tanner Ehrlich and he raced 51 yards for the score. After the extra point the Jackets led 14-0 and many in the stadium began talking about a blow out.

The Vikings evidently weren't listening, driving 70 yards in 12 plays for the score. They added the extra point and cut the Yellow Jackets lead to 14-7 at the end of the first quarter.

The Jackets scored again with just over a minute left in the half on a five yard run by Ehrlich to push their lead to 27-7.

Valley City put together an impressive drive and Jason Beilke connected with Calhoun on a 16 yard scoring pass to cut the Jackets lead to 27-14 at halftime.

Valley City scored to close out the third quarter, to cut the Jackets lead to 27-21.

Black Hills State opened up the fourth quarter with Hodgs throwing his third touchdown pass of the game, this time to Jamie January covering 39 yards, and the Jackets gave themselves a little breathing room 33-21.

The Vikings refused to roll over, having an upset on their mind. Beilke threw a 78-yard scoring pass to pull Valley City State within a score, 33-28.

Black Hills States Justin Thorpe recovered a fumble and the Jackets offense took advantage, with Clint Nicholes scoring from two yards out to extend the Jackets lead to 40-28. Valley City State answered right back on a Beilke 12 yard touch down pass to make it 40-35, Black Hills State.

The Vikings got the ball back with just over a minute to play and were driving down the field for the potential winning touchdown.

On fourth and five with 16 seconds left in the game, a fumble snap ended the Vikings hopes of an upset and Black Hills State walked away with a hard fought 40-35 win.

Ehrlich rushed for 118 yards on 16 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead the Jackets offense.

Next week Black Hills State (5-1) travels to Dickinson State (3-0 conference, 3-3 overall), with first place in the DAC on the line.

“It's Dickinson and they are back to where they've been for a long time,” Scott said. “They kind of has some down times and now they're back to believing, we have to go up there and do it up there and it will keep one of two teams in control of their own destiny.”



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 (16:19:13)


KDSJ Local Sports
   BHSU To Once Again Host State Girls Basketball Tournament


The Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center at Black Hills State University has been selected as the location for the Girls State A Basketball Tournament in 2012.

“We are honored to be selected once again to host this state high school basketball tournament,” President Kay Schallenkamp says. “We look forward to working with the South Dakota High School Activities Association to make this a successful event.”

BHSU hosted their first state basketball tournament in 2007 with the Spearfish School District named as the host school. Karen Hahn, Spearfish High School activities director, worked with staff members at BHSU, the Spearfish Chamber, Convention and Visitors Bureau, the hotel business improvement district, Spearfish businesses and many volunteers to create a successful event. The three-day state tournament brought thousands of visitors to Spearfish.

“We have an enthusiastic, supportive community and that is what it takes to successfully host an event of this magnitude,” Teri Royer, event director at the Young Center, says. “We host a variety of state and regional athletic events, including basketball, volleyball, soccer, and wrestling tournaments, state swim meets, track meets, and Special Olympics as well as BHSU events including commencement, entertainment and athletics. Our staff is experienced and excited to plan each and every event.”

Royer says the Young Center was chosen because it’s an excellent venue for tournaments and other events. The Young Center provides an 18,000-square foot gymnasium with 3,800 seating capacity, a 54,000-square foot field house with six basketball hoops for practice time, exclusive use of locker rooms, an athletic fitness room for team use, hospitality and meeting rooms, concessions, convenient parking with approximately 450 spaces adjacent to the Young Center, 300 spaces next to Lyle Hare Stadium and approximately 1,000 additional spaces on campus.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 (05:35:00)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, October 11, 2008


College Football

#14 Black Hills State- 40 Valley City State- 35 (Heard On KDSJ)
#23 Jamestown- 27 S.D. Tech- 19
Dickinson State- 32 Mayville State- 0
Minot State- 28 Dakota State- 17
Augustana- 39 Southwest Minnesota- 20
USD- 34 Missouri S & T- 3
Minnesota-Duluth- 55 Northern State- 7
Dakota Wesleyan- 14 Doane- 7
#2 Sioux Falls- 42 Briar Cliff- 0

High School Volleyball

Brookings- 3 Huron- 0
Philip- 3 New Underwood- 0
Pierre- 3 R.C. Central- 1
R.C. Stevens- 3 Pierre- 1
Watertown- 3 Mitchell- 0
White River- 2 Jones County- 0
Winner- 2 Lyman- 0

State Soccer Tournament

AA Girls

Championship

S.F. O'Gorman- 4 Pierre- 1

Third Place

R.C. Stevens- 5 S.F. Washington- 0

Fifth Place

Brookings- 1 S.F. Roosevelt- 0

Seventh Place

Yankton- 6 Aberdeen Central- 0

A Girls

Championship

St. Thomas More- 4 Harrisburg- 3

Third Place

Huron- 3 Groton- 2

Fifth Place

S.F. Christian- 11 Belle Fourche- 4

Seventh Place

West Central- 6 Sturgis- 1

AA Boys

Championship

S.F. Lincoln- 4 R.C. Stevens- 0

Third Place

S.F. Roosevelt- 5 Aberdeen Central- 3

Fifth Place

Yankton- 2 S.F. Washington- 0

Seventh Place

Pierre- 5 S.F. O'Gorman- 2

A Boys

Championship

S.F. Christian- 5 Freeman Academy- 0

Third Place

Sturgis- 3 James Valley Christian- 0

Fifth Place

Custer- 1 Harrisburg- 0

Seventh Place

Huron- 3 Vermillion- 2



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, October 12, 2008 (13:11:59)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, October 10, 2008


High School Football

Custer- 22 Lead/Deadwood- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
Aberdeen Central- 24 Huron- 10
#5 Belle Fourche- 46 Douglas- 6
#3 Bennett County- 35 St. Thomas More- 7
#1 Brandon Valley- 35 Pierre- 24
Brookings- 16 Yankton- 14
Harding County- 28 Dupree- 6
Herreid- 64 McLaughlin- 14
Hot Springs- 54 Little Wound- 0
Jones County- 10 Wall- 8
Lyman- 57 Philip- 8
Newell- 32 Lemmon- 6
Red Cloud- 20 Crow Creek- 14
#2 S.F. O'Gorman- 48 Sturgis- 0
#3 S.F. Washington- 33 R.C. Stevens- 6
#4 S.F. Lincoln- 34 Spearfish- 6
#5 S.F. Roosevelt- 35 R.C. Central- 7
Stanley County- 34 Hill City- 14
Todd County- 57 Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 6
Watertown- 20 Mitchell- 6
White River- 56 Kadoka- 6
Winner- 63 Chamberlain- 21

State Soccer Tournament

AA Boys

S.F. Washington- 4 S.F. O'Gorman- 3 (OT) (Consolation Semifinals)
Yankton- 6 Pierre- 5 (Consolation Semifinals)

A Boys

S.F. Christian- 7 James Valley Christian- 2 (Semifinals)
Freeman Academy- 4 Sturgis- 1 (Semifinals)
Custer- 4 Vermillion- 0 (Consolation Semifinals)
Harrisburg- 4 Huron- 3 (Consolation Semifinals)

AA Girls

S.F. O'Gorman- 5 S.F. Washington- 4 (Semifinals)
Pierre- 2 R.C. Stevens- 1 (Semifinals)
S.F. Roosevelt-5 Aberdeen Central- 4 (Consolation Semifinals)
Brookings- 5 Yankton- 4 (Consolation Semifinals)

A Girls

Belle Fourche- 2 Sturgis- 0 (Consolation Semifinals)
S.F. Christian- 3 West Central- 2 (Consolation Semifinals)



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, October 11, 2008 (03:13:49)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, October 9, 2008


High School Volleyball

R.C. Stevens- 3 Spearfish- 0
Douglas- 3 Hill City- 0
Edgemont- 3 Sioux County, NE- 0
Hot Springs- 3 Newell- 1
Lead/Deadwood- 3 Custer- 0
New Underwood- 3 Rapid City Christian- 1
St. Thomas More- 3 Belle Fourche- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, October 11, 2008 (02:24:43)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Mines Signs Letter Of Intent To Play For Lady Yellow Jackets


By Bradd Schafer
Black Hills State University

Arvada-Clearmont High School senior Morgan Mines has signed a national letter of intent to play women’s basketball at Black Hill State University beginning in the 2009-2010 season.

Mines was recruited by several NCAA Division I Universities including Gonzaga, Montana State, Sacramento State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Cal Poly, and San Francisco to name a few. She believed that signing at Black Hills State University was the best fit for her.

“None of the other colleges were the right fit for me and I could tell just by talking to them that many of them only cared about me for basketball and not as a person. It wasn't like that for BHSU or Coach Nore and the rest of the staff. The BHSU staff cared about what I want to do in life and cared about me as a basketball prospect. The team was awesome and treated me great. It’s one of the best teaching schools in the area. It's only about 3 hours from house so my parents can come to the games. Having my family so close and able to watch the games was another huge part of my decision.

“We’re very excited to have a quality student, athlete and person like Morgan. She has a great basketball IQ, has all the tools to be a great player. She’s long, athletic, can play inside/outside and really competes. We really like her ability to see the floor and distribute the basketball. She is very unselfish and a quality person. She will fit in great with our team and we are very excited to have her” said BHSU Head Coach Mark Nore.

Mines, a 6’0” forward, is in her senior year at Arvada-Clearmont and has been a three-year letter winner in basketball and volleyball. Morgan is a two time all state basketball and volleyball player, 2 time most valuable team player in basketball and volleyball, Northeast conference player of the year in basketball and volleyball, nominated for the McDonalds All American for the state of Wyoming in basketball, and member of a state championship team.



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on Thursday, October 09, 2008 (17:27:57)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Yellow Jackets Sting Trojans


By Dennis Knuckles
Black Hills Pioneer

The Black Hills State Yellow Jackets used a potent ground attack to defeat Dakota State 37-14 Saturday afternoon at the Missouri River Shootout in Spearfish.

The Yellow Jackets rushed for 365 yards on their way to a big conference win over the Trojans.

“We got to watch that we don't get too spoiled with Tanner (Ehrlich) because that puts Drew (Hodgs) in a tough spot,” said John Scott, Jackets head coach. “The running game was going so well we never really got in that groove of a consistent pass game.”

Black Hills State received the ball first and came out throwing, but Drew Hodgs pass was intercepted and the Trojans took over at their own 26-yard line. After a Trojans punt, Ehrlich raced 66-yards around left end for the score. Micah Nielsen added the extra point and just like that the Jackets led 7-0.

On the Jackets next possession, Hodgs connected on a 22-yard scoring pass to Corey Wheeler. Nielsen added the extra point and the Jackets led 14-0 after one quarter of play.

The Jackets scored again on their next possession, this time Clint Nicholes scored from 21-yards out and after the PAT it was Black Hills State 21, Dakota State 0. The Jackets offensive line kept dominating the line of scrimmage and Nicholes scored from 8 yards out. Nielsen added the PAT and the Jackets increased their lead to 28-0.

Dakota State managed to score just before the half on an Andrew Fatten 3-yard run to cut the Jackets lead to 28-7 at the half. Dakota State added another touchdown in the third quarter to trail 28-14 with 15 minutes left in the game.

In the fourth, Black Hills State sealed the victory with a Hodgs quarter back sneak from the one for a touchdown and the Jackets special teams added a safety to make it 37-14 in favor of the Jackets.

“I think they (the defense) really rose to the challenge,” said Scott. “I think our blitzing was well cued, you know we just seemed to time things out right where they (Dakota State) didn't get things picked up.”

Ehrlich rushed for 223 yards on 20 carries and scored a touchdown to lead the Jackets offensively.

The Jackets (2-0 conference, 4-1 overall) host Valley City State next Saturday at Lyle Hare Stadium in Spearfish.

“You've got to defend your home turf and as long as we continue to do that and as long as we can control our own destiny, we like that,” Scott said.



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on Tuesday, October 07, 2008 (04:25:32)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, October 4, 2008


College Football

#15 Black Hills State- 37 Dakota State- 14 (Heard On KDSJ)
Dickinson State- 28 Valley City State- 21
#24 Jamestown- 48 Minot State- 41
S.D. Tech- 46 Mayville State- 7
Augustana- 41 Minnesota State-Mankato- 38 (OT)
McNeese State- 46 SDSU- 44 (3 OT)
Cal. Poly- 49 USD- 22
Northern State- 35 Crookston- 0
Dakota Wesleyan- 19 #19 Midland Lutheran- 14
#2 Sioux Falls- 37 Doane- 7

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Dakota State- 0
Mayville State- 3 S.D. Tech- 3

High School Volleyball

Huron- 3 Spearfish- 0
Huron- 3 Sturgis- 2
Aberdeen Central- 3 S.F. Roosevelt- 0
Bennett County- 3 Jones County- 0
Mitchell- 3 Douglas- 1
Philip- 3 Dupree- 0
Pierre- 3 Brandon Valley- 0
Watertown- 3 S.F. Washington- 0

Mile High Invitational

New Underwood- 2 Lead/Deadwood- 1
Newell- 2 Lead/Deadwood- 0
Lead/Deadwood- 2 R.C. Christian- 0
Lead/Deadwood- 2 Bison- 0
Harding County- 2 Lead/Deadwood- 0
Harding County- 2 Newell- 1 (Semifinals)
St. Thomas More- 2 Edgemont- 0 (Semifinals)
St. Thomas More- 2 Harding County- 1 (Championship)

High School Soccer

Boys

S.F. O'Gorman- 2 Spearfish- 0
Sturgis- 6 St. Thomas More/R.C. Christian- 1
S.F. Christian- 5 Custer- 1
Huron- 3 Hot Springs- 1
Pierre- 4 R.C. Stevens- 1

Girls

S.F. O'Gorman- 1 Spearfish- 1
St. Thomas More/R.C. Christian- 4 Sturgis- 1



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on Sunday, October 05, 2008 (13:34:51)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, August 3, 2008


High School Football

#2 S.F. O'Gorman- 37 Spearfish- 6 (Heard On KDSJ)
#1 Brandon Valley- 35 Mitchell- 6
#3 S.F. Washington- 35 Watertown- 3
#4 S.F. Lincoln- 56 Brookings- 28
#5 S.F. Roosevelt- 6 Sturgis- 0
Aberdeen Central- 14 Pierre- 7
#5 Belle Fourche- 50 Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 0
Douglas- 48 Lead/Deadwood- 32
Harding County- 30 Wall- 12
Huron- 28 R.C. Stevens- 13
Lemmon- 32 Faith- 12
Lyman- 58 Jones County- 20
Newell- 56 Dupree- 19
Red Cloud- 46 Hill City- 34
Todd County- 56 St. Francis- 18
White River- 20 #5 Philip- 8
Winner- 48 Hot Springs- 21
Yankton- 34 R.C. Central- 31

High School Volleyball

Edgemont- 3 New Underwood- 0
Pierre- 3 Watertown- 2

High School Soccer

Boys

S.F. Lincoln- 4 Spearfish- 0
S.F. Christian- 4 Hot Springs- 0
Custer- 2 Huron- 0

Girls

Spearfish- 3 S.F. Lincoln- 1
Belle Fourche- 3 Sturgis- 1

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Mayville State- 2
S.D. Tech- 3 Dakota State- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, October 04, 2008 (02:56:55)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, October 2, 2008


High School Volleyball

Newell- 3 Lead/Deadwood- 2
Harding County- 3 Faith- 1
Hot Springs- 3 Belle Fourche- 0
Jones County- 3 R.C. Christian- 1
Philip- 3 Lemmon- 0
R.C. Stevens- 3 R.C. Central- 2
Yankton- 3 Mitchell- 0

High School Football

St. Thomas More- 51 Custer- 10
Todd County- 56 St. Francis- 18



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, October 03, 2008 (05:05:45)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Jackets Look To Defend Home Turf


By Bradd Schafer
Black Hills State University

“We got our first conference game under out belt last weekend and we got off to a good start. The challenge now is to continue the momentum and win at home” said Head Coach John Scott. Dakota State comes in dropping their first conference game at home to South Dakota Mines last weekend 30-18. This will be a big weekend for the Trojans as they are looking to come in and get back on track at Lyle Hare Stadium.

Dakota State is a power offensive team that will have an extremely mobile quarterback. The Trojans have the leading rusher in the NAIA through four weeks of play in senior Andrew Fatten. Fatten is averaging 146 yards per game. Defensively the Trojans will bring a lot of pressure similar to what the Yellow Jackets have seen in the teams they have played already this season. “They will look to create some chaos on the defensive side of the ball. Both teams mirror each other in a lot of regards” added Coach Scott.

The key for the Yellow Jackets this weekend will be to control the line of scrimmage. “We have to slow down their running game and allow our offense to get into a rhythm. Last weekend we had a good balance of run and pass and we are looking to put two games back to back of good offense” said Coach Scott.

Game time will be at 1 PM MST at Lyle Hare Stadium on the campus of Black Hills State University. This game will be the 5th Annual Missouri River Shootout that will have a trophy presentation immediately following the game to the winner. Saturday is also Parents Day and all parents will be honored before kickoff on the field.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, October 03, 2008 (04:08:44)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Boys Golf: Cavaliers' Drew, 'Diggers Net Conference Titles


By Jake Nordbye
Rapid City Journal

St. Thomas More’s Joe Drew won his first golf tournament of the year Monday at the Elks Golf Course in Rapid City, the tournament just happened to be the biggest tournament of the year thus far, the Black Hills Conference championship.

Lead-Deadwood won the conference championship in the team category. Fox led the team with an 82, Grant Bellet shot an 85 for a fifth-place finish, and Jordan Smith shot an 89.

“I’m extremely pleased with the way the team performed today,” said Lead-Deadwood head coach Joan Rachetto. “Zach did posted a great score, and both Grant and Jordan shot in the 80s, so I really couldn’t be more proud of the team.”

The state Class A boys golf tournament is Oct. 6 and 7 at Southern Hills Golf Course in Hot Springs.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 (18:26:03)


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