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   College Football: Jackets Shoot Down Comets


By Dennis Knuckles
Black Hills Pioneer

MAYVILLE, N.D. - The Black Hills State Yellow Jackets got off to a good start defending their Dakota Athletic Conference title by soundly beating Mayville 48-2, in the Farmers Bowl, Saturday in Mayville, N.D.

“It is really important for us to get off to a good start in the conference season. We learned last season after dropping our conference opener how tough it is to bounce back from,” said head coach John Scott, before the game.

The Jackets dominated Mayville from the outset, with the Jackets offense gaining more than 300 yards in the first half and the Jackets defense shutting down the Comets and forcing a turnover.

On the third play of the game Jackets quarterback Drew Hodgs threw a 52-yard touchdown pass to Jamie January. The kick failed, but Black Hills State led 6-0.

The Jackets defense forced a Comets fumbled and Jackets Clayton Schleusner recovered at the Mayville 44-yard line.

The Jackets drove 41 yards in three plays with Tanner Ehrlich going the final three-yards for the score. Micah Nielsen added the extra point and the Jackets led 13-0 after the first 15 minutes of play.

Mayville started at their own 9-yard and, aided by a roughing the punter penalty against Black Hills State, drove down to the Jackets 6-yard line where the drive stalled.

Mayville attempted a 35-yard field goal that missed wide right.

Four plays later Ehrlich raced 39 yards for the score. Nielsen added the extra point and the Jackets increased their lead to 20-0.

On their next possession, Hodgs threw a 56-yard touchdown pass to January. The snap on the try for the extra point sailed over the kicker's head and Mayville picked it up and returned it for two points for the Comets, making it 26-2 in favor of Black Hills State.

The Jackets added one more score before halftime, Clint Nicholes scored from four yards out. Hodgs hit Josh Redden for the two-point conversion giving the Jackets a 34-2 lead at the half.

In the third quarter the Jackets scored again on a diving catch by Corey Wheeler, from nine yards out. Nielsen added the extra point making it 41-2, Black Hills State.

Just before the end of the quarter, after a Comets turnover, Hodgs threw his fourth touchdown pass of the game to January (his third touchdown reception for the game) from nine-yards out. Nielsen added the extra point giving the Jackets a comfortable 48-2 lead with 15 minutes left in the game.

Hodgs finished 13 of 20 for 255-yards and four TD's, Ehrlich rushed for 161-yards on 13 and scored two touchdowns and January had seven receptions for 168 yards and scored three touchdowns for Black Hills State.

The Jackets (1-0 conference and 3-1 overall) return home Saturday to face Dakota State at Lyle Hare Stadium in Spearfish.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 (03:10:10)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, September 27, 2008


Colllege Football

#19 Black Hills State- 48 Mayville State- 2 (Heard On KDSJ)
Dickinson State- 24 #15 Jamestown- 21
Minot State- 44 #24 Valley City State- 35
S.D. Tech- 30 Dakota State- 18
#2 Sioux Falls- 47 Concordia- 0
Hastings- 28 Dakota Wesleyan- 27 (2 OT)
Bemidji State- 31 Northern State- 20
Augustana- 42 Concordia-St. Paul- 21
SDSU- 50 Stephen F. Austin- 48
Montana State- 37 USD- 18

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Valley City State- 1
Jamestown- 3 S.D. Tech- 0

High School Volleyball

Harding County- 2 Lemmon- 0

Belle Fourche Tournament

Philip- 2 Newell- 0
Hill City- 2 Belle Fourche- 0

Dickinson Touranment

R.C. Stevens- 2 Baker, MT- 0
Bismarck Century- 2 R.C. Stevens- 1
R.C. Stevens- 2 Bismarck- 1
Fargo North- 2 R.C. Central- 1
Douglas- 2 Poplar, MT- 0
Douglas- 2 Stanley, ND- 1
New England, ND- 2 Douglas- 0
Douglas- 2 Plentywood, MT- 1



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 (03:02:00)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, September 26, 2008


High School Football

S.F. Roosevelt- 45 Spearfish- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
Belle Fourche- 54 Lead/Deadwood- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
#1 Brandon Valley- 38 Brookings- 14
#2 S.F. O'Gorman- 45 R.C. Stevens- 14
#3 S.F. Washington- 31 Pierre- 7
#4 S.F. Lincoln- 56 R.C. Central- 28
#5 Watertown- 13 Huron- 10 (OT)
Sturgis- 17 Mitchell- 6
Yankton- 13 Aberdeen Central- 7 (OT)
Winner- 27 #3 St. Thomas More- 22
Bennett County- 58 Pine Ridge- 0
Dupree- 44 Edgemont- 0
Gettysburg- 42 Herreid- 18
Harding County- 44 Faith- 12
Hill City- 39 St. Francis Indian- 0
Hot Springs- 27 Custer- 0
Kadoka Area- 20 Jones County- 18
Little Wound-Crazy Horse- 26 Todd County- 12
Lyman- 41 White River- 14
New Underwood- 22 Wall- 6
Philip- 28 Newell- 16
Red Cloud- 14 Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 6
Timber Lake- 14 Lemmon- 12

High School Volleyball

R.C. Central- 3 Watford City, ND- 0
R.C. Central- 3 Glasgow, MT- 0
Billings, MT- 3 R.C. Central- 0
R.C. Stevens- 3 Hazen, ND- 0
R.C. Stevens- 3 Fargo North, ND- 0
R.C. Stevens- 3 Poplar, MT- 0
Mandan, ND- 3 Douglas- 0
Dickinson Trinity, ND- 3 Douglas- 0

College Volleyball

BHSU- 3 Jamestown- 1
S.D. Tech- 3 Valley City State- 0

Boys Soccer

Spearfish- 3 R.C. Stevens- 1

Girls Soccer

R.C. Stevens- 5 Spearfish- 0
Belle Fourche- 4 Harrisburg- 3



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 27, 2008 (00:55:09)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, September 25, 2008


High School Volleyball

Hot Springs- 3 Lead/Deadwood- 1
Custer- 3 Belle Fourche- 1
St. Thomas More- 3 Hill City- 0
Harding County- 3 Philip- 2
White River- 3 Kadoka- 2
White River- 3 Pine Ridge- 0
Pine Ridge- 3 Kadoka- 0
Brandon Valley- 3 Brookings- 0
Pierre- 3 Huron- 1
S.F. Lincoln- 3 Yankton- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, September 26, 2008 (04:30:33)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Boys Golf: Pappel Paces Stevens To Victory


By Padraic Duffy
Rapid City Journal

Brogan Pappel wanted to bounce back from a sub-par round earlier this week in Sioux Falls. Go ahead and check that one off.

Pappel fired a 1-under-par 70 to lead Rapid City Stevens to the St. Thomas More Invitational high school golf tournament title at the Elks Golf Course on a hot Thursday afternoon, after struggling a bit Monday at the Greater Dakota Conference meet.

The Raiders also got strong rounds from the rest of their team as Josh Pappel fired a 75, Casey Ommen shot an 80 and Shane O’Brien scored an 82 as the Raiders shot a 306 to defeat Sturgis (311) by five shots. Hot Springs (341), Rapid City Central (345), Lead-Deadwood (353), St. Thomas More (359), Belle Fourche (393), Spearfish (398) and Douglas (404) rounded out the team scoring.

Sturgis’ Kyle Kopplin had a nice round of his own, shooting a 1-over-par 72 to finish second in the individual race.

There were some other nice scores on the day, as 12 players shot 80 or better. Red Cloud’s Montana Sierra finished tied for third with Josh Pappel at 75, Sturgis’ Clay Kopplin shot a 78 with Hot Springs’ P.J. Wetzel, Lead-Deadwood’s Zach Fox fired a 79 with Sturgis’ Zac Smith and Red Cloud’s Mike Twiss, Hot Springs’ Brady Besco, Rapid City Central’s Micah Partridge and Ommen all shot 80s.

The teams will all be heading into the final week of the regular season as the Class AA and Class A state tournaments will be held Oct. 6 and 7 in western South Dakota. The Class A tournament will be played in Hot Springs at Southern Hills Golf Course and the Class AA tournament will be played at Meadowbrook Golf Course in Rapid City.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, September 26, 2008 (04:21:19)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Golf: Washington Captures GDC Title


Kyle Cooper was the catalyst for Sioux Falls Washington as they captured the Greater Dakota Conference golf title on Monday at Prairie Green Golf Course in Sioux Falls.

Washington’s score of 325 was 16 shots better than Sioux Falls Roosevelt and Sioux Falls O’Gorman. Rapid City Stevens was fourth in the eight-team event at 351. The other three western South Dakota teams were at the botton of the standings, as Rapid City Central and Sturgis each carded team scores of 366, and Spearfish had a 400.

Cooper fired a 5-over 77 in windy conditions. O’Gorman’s Dylan DeSchepper was the only other golfer to break 80, finishing second at 79. The Knights’ Max Donohue, a seventh-grader, was third at 80. Kyle Kopplin, of Sturgis, was 10th at 85. Scooper's Clay Kopplin shot an 88.

Scores for the Spearfish Spartans; Nick Graslie, 95; Kelton Claggett, 100; Ben Deverman, 101; Jordan Louks, 104; Matt Altmyer, 110; Seth Bridges, 115.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, September 23, 2008 (21:16:39)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Golf: Tyler Burr, Golddiggers Win 4A Titles


Belle Fourche freshman Tyler Burr and the Lead-Deadwood Golddiggers won the Region 4A golf tournament Monday at Southern Hills Golf Course in Hot Springs.

Burr fired a 76 to beat Red Cloud’s Montana Sierra, St. Thomas More’s Joe Drew and Lead-Deadwood’s Zach Fox, who all finished in a three-way tie for second at 79. Those four players were the only players to break 80 on the par-70 layout.

The Golddiggers shot a team-best 342 to top the Custer Wildcats (343) by a single shot for the team title. The home team Hot Springs Bison finished third with 360 strokes and St. Thomas More came in fourth with 361. Burr’s Broncs rounded out the top five with a 410.

Custer’s Johnny Couch (81), Red Cloud’s Mike Twiss (82), Hot Springs’ P.J. Wetzel (82), Hot Springs’ Brady Besco (84), Lead-Deadwood’s Grant Bellet (84) and Custer’s Chad Bryant (85) rounded out the top 10.

Other scores for the Diggers; Jordan Smith, 87; Cas Bowman, 92; Gabe Dirksen, 95.

The teams will be back in action for the St. Thomas More Invitational at the Elks Golf Course in Rapid City on Thursday.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, September 23, 2008 (21:13:13)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, September 20, 2008


College Football

#18 Black Hills State- 33 S.D. Tech- 13 (Heard On KDSJ)
#16 Jamestown- 24 #20 Valley City State- 21
Dakota State- 33 Mayville State- 13
Minot State- 28 Dickinson State- 21
Northern Iowa- 34 SDSU- 20
USD- 70 Culver- 7
St. Cloud State- 17 Northern State- 12
Dakota Wesleyan- 41 Dana- 10
#2 Sioux Falls- 30 Hastings- 17

High School Football

Prospector Bowl

Hot Springs- 39 Lead/Deadwood- 26 (Heard On KDSJ)
Little Wound- 8 Crow Creek- 0

College Volleyball

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

High School Volleyball

Pierre- 3 Spearfish- 0
Pierre- 3 Sturgis- 1



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, September 21, 2008 (16:48:24)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, September 19, 2008


High School Football

Spearfish- 41 Douglas- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
#1 Brandon Valley- 45 Worthington, MN- 21
#2 S.F. O'Gorman- 35 Mitchell- 0
Aberdeen Central- 21 #3 Brookings- 14
#4 S.F. Washington- 66 R.C. Central- 7
#5 S.F. Lincoln- 49 Sturgis- 0
S.F. Roosevelt- 35 R.C. Stevens- 10
Watertown- 15 Yankton- 14
Huron- 14 Pierre- 6
Belle Fourche -33 Stanley County- 3
Bennett County- 63 Hill City- 0
Custer- 48 Todd County- 6
Red Cloud- 54 St. Francis- 0
#3 St. Thomas More- 57 Chamberlain- 6
Herreid- 56 Hoven/Edmunds Central- 6
Lyman- 53 Gregory- 0
Dupree- 14 Lemmon- 8
Harding County- 42 Edgemont- 6
White River- 46 Jones County- 8
Philip- 30 New Underwood- 18
Wall- 46 Kadoka- 22

College Volleyball

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



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 20, 2008 (04:11:27)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, September 18, 2008


High School Volleyball

R.C. Central- 3 Spearfish- 1
R.C. Stevens- 3 Sturgis- 0
Belle Fourche- 3 Lead/Deadwood- 1
Douglas- 3 St. Thomas More- 1
Newell- 3 Hill City- 0
Timber Lake- 3 Dupree- 0
Hot Springs- 3 Custer- 1



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, September 19, 2008 (18:03:15)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Football: Jackets Start Fast Then Stall


By Jeff Budlong
Rapid City Journal

The Black Hills State offense enjoyed an effective first three minutes the first time it had the football on Saturday against Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

The other 57 minutes the Yellow Jackets offense simply spun its wheels in a 10-7 loss to the Rangers.

On a day where the 18th-ranked BHSU defense played the bend-but-don’t-break game to near perfection, the offense suffered through one three-and-out after another in cool, windy conditions at Lyle Hare Stadium.

“I don’t think it was an effort thing at all,” said BHSU head coach John Scott of his team’s loss. “They had a real good defensive plan and carried it out well. They put a lot of pressure on us and we never got on track in the run game. When we did try to mix it up we got mixed up.”

Northwestern Oklahoma State (1-1 overall) would break a 7-7 tie late in the fourth quarter with a 23-yard field goal from Ty Ray to win the game and hand BHSU its first loss of the season in its home opener.

The game began with the Rangers driving the ball deep into Yellow Jacket territory only to come up empty on a 23-yard field goal attempt.

BHSU responded with its most effective drive of the day as quarterback Drew Hodgs connected with Corey Wheeler on a 32-yard pass play to put the Yellow Jackets in Northwest Oklahoma State territory before the two hooked up again on a 22-yard scoring strike to go up 7-0 with 7:58 left in the first quarter.

Despite the strong start, Hodgs struggled in the passing game completing just 5-of-16 attempts for 87 yards on the day, while running back Tanner Ehrlich was limited to 78 yards on 17 hard carries.

The 15th-ranked Rangers offense was led all game long by senior quarterback Billy Barefield who proved dangerous with both his arm and legs. Three times in the first half the Rangers drove deep into BHSU territory only to settle for field goal opportunities that failed. That combined with penalties — Northwest Oklahoma State was whistled for 10 in the game — kept the Yellow Jackets in the lead late into the second quarter despite have just two three-and-outs in the frame to account for its offensive possessions.

Barefield would finally find the end zone with 21 seconds before halftime as he raced 18 yards for the score to tie the game at 7-7.

The Yellow Jackets had two possessions to try to tie or take the lead, but mounted little offense in either with the game effectively ending when Hodgs was intercepted on a 4th-and-7 pass.

The Yellow Jackets (1-1 overall) will look to get back in the win column Saturday when they host the South Dakota School of Mines in a non-conference game.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, September 15, 2008 (00:16:33)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Cross Country: Yellowjackets Still Lead The Pack


By Joe Kavanaugh
Rapid City Journal

The Black Hills State University cross country team quickly served notice to regional rivals that the 2008 cross country season may simply be a continuation of the past. The nationally ranked men’s and women’s teams easily swept team and individual titles at the Yellow Jacket Invitational on Saturday morning.

Running before a good-sized crowd of parents, friends and loyal supporters, the Yellow Jacket men swept four of the first five places and easily outdistanced second-place finisher Dickinson State — while a youthful South Dakota Mines squad finished third. In the women’s competition, BHSU easily defeated runner-up Concordia Moorhead with Montana State-Billings a distant third.

In the men’s race, BHSU senior Cody Bordewyk was the first individual across the line of the hilly 6K Spearfish Canyon course-winning in a time of 20 minutes, 19.75 seconds, nearly 20 seconds faster than runner-up Salvador Bautista of Dickinson State. BHSU runners Mark Mazza, Birch Haraden and Neil Long claimed the third through fifth spots, while K.C. Fieldler rounded out the team’s scoring with an eighth place finish.

The Yellow Jacket women nabbed the top three places and five of the top six, in the 4K race with junior Wendy O’Lexey crossing first in a time of 16:05.93, followed by teammates Alicia Verhulst (16:15.87) and Kerry Nekuda (16:19.21). Katie Cook and Shelli Scheffler followed shortly thereafter in fifth and sixth place. O’Lexey took charge early in the race, pulling away from the field on the first hill.

BHSU coach Scott Walkinshaw liked what he saw of his team.

“I’m very pleased. We needed to know where we are at,” he said. “The exciting aspect about this time of the year is to see if we can compete with last year’s team. To see if we will have that same will to win last year’s team had. I see that same kind of commitment with this team too. The women kind of picked up where they left off last year, and the men ran a smart race today. We have a chance to be a good team.”



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, September 15, 2008 (00:11:19)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, September 13, 2008


College Football

#15 Northwest Oklahoma State- 10 #18 Black Hills State- 7 (Heard On KDSJ)
Valley City State- 37 Peru State, NE- 18
Mayville State- 9 Wisconsin-Lutheran- 7
Wisconsin-Stout- 37 #14 Jamestown- 13
Dakota State- 40 Minnesota-Morris- 24
S.D. Tech- 70 Trinity Bible, ND- 0
Concordia- 38 Dickinson State- 13
Augustana- 59 Minnesota-Crookston- 0
SDSU- 24 Western Illinois- 22
Southeast Louisiana- 31 USD- 30
Upper Iowa- 31 Northern State- 26
Dakota Wesleyan- 27 Nebraska-Wesleyan- 7
#3 Sioux Falls- 70 Dana- 0

High School Football

Presidents' Bowl

S.F. Washington- 41 #1 S.F. Lincoln- 22
#5 S.F. O'Gorman- 24 #4 S.F. Roosevelt- 17

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 Midland Lutheran- 0
Indiana Tech- 3 Black Hills State- 0

High School Volleyball

S.F. Roosevelt- 3 Spearfish- 0
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 R.C. Central- 0
S.F. Washington- 3 R.C. Central- 0
S.F. Washington- 3 Spearfish- 0
New Underwood- 3 Dupree- 1



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, September 14, 2008 (22:00:35)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, September 12, 2008


High School Football

Spearfish- 26 Rapid City Central- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
Lead-Deadwood- 66 Hill City- 20
Belle Fourche- 21 Hot Springs- 8
Campbell County- 26 Lemmon- 12
Little Wound- 19 Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 6
St. Thomas More- 43 Douglas- 6
Dupree- 24 Timber Lake- 0
Hay Springs, NE- 60 Edgemont- 14
Lyman- 52 Kadoka- 0
New Underwood- 12 White River- 8
Wall- 14 Newell- 12
Sturgis- 7 R.C. Stevens- 0
Aberdeen Central- 29 Mitchell- 14
#2 Brandon Valley- 33 Yankton- 14
#3 Brookings- 20 Huron- 12
Watertown- 9 Pierre- 3
Todd County- 40 Crow Creek- 0
Faith- 54 McLaughlin- 0
Harding County- 32 Philip- 20
Winner- 42 Mobridge- 6

High School Volleyball

S.F. O'Gorman- 3 Spearfish- 0
S.F. Lincoln- 3 Spearfish- 0
S.F. Washington- 3 Sturgis- 0
S.F. O'Gorman- 3 R.C. Central- 0
S.F. Roosvelt- 3 R.C. Stevens- 2
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 Sturgis- 0
S.F. Washington- 3 R.C. Stevens- 1
Watertown- 3 Yankton- 1
S.F. Lincoln- 3 R.C. Central- 2

College Volleyball

Black Hills State- 3 St. Francis- 1
Black Hills State- 3 Grand View- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 13, 2008 (04:56:16)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Cross Country: Spearfish Picks Up Win


By Padraic Duffy
Rapid City Journal

Custer's Karley Konkol and Spearfish's Jared Hicks won the girls and boys individual titles at the Belle Fourche Invitational at Belle Fourche Country Club on Thursday.

Hicks' win on the boys side of the race helped propel the Spartans to the boys team title over Newcastle, Wyoming. The Spartans placed five finishers in the top 16 to better the Dogies by five points, 19 to 24.

The Spartans' top runners were Hicks (1st), Randy Vette (3rd), Graham Heberlig (7th), Tim Poper (11th), Tanner Triscori (16th) and Ty Retzl (21st).

In the girl's 4,000 meter race, Lead-Deadwood's Bailey Voss finished fourth, Custer's Mariah Gaston was fifth, Belle Fourche's Rebecca Meza seventh and Spearfish's Aimee Owen was ninth.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 13, 2008 (04:30:38)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, September 11, 2008


High School Volleyball

St. Thomas More- 3 Custer- 1
Bennett County- 3 White River- 1
Edgemont- 3 Rapid City Christian- 0
Wall- 3 Kadoka- 1
Hot Springs- 3 Newell- 0
Douglas- 3 Hill City- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 13, 2008 (04:23:16)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Boys Golf: Spearfish Downs Lead-Deadwood


Ben Deverman’s 39 was good for medalist honors at Tuesday’s high school boys golf dual between Spearfish and Lead-Deadwood at Spearfish Canyon Country Club.

Deverman led Spearfish to the team win as the Spartans finished six strokes ahead of Lead-Deadwood 170-176.

Zach Fox and Jordan Smith each fired a 42 to pace Lead-Deadwood.

“It was just nice to see us have a nice score at our home course,” said Spearfish coach Eric Ligtenberg. “We’ve been kind of struggling. It was also nice for us to have some nice scores back-to-back. We had a good score at Meadowbrook in Rapid City last week.”

Spearfish has the week off to prepare for the Spearfish Invitational next Tuesday, also at Spearfish Canyon Country Club.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, September 11, 2008 (07:00:00)


KDSJ Local Sports
   College Volleyball: Lady Yellowjackets Get Swept By Coyotes


VERMILLION, S.D. – The University of South Dakota volleyball team shined in its 2008 home debut Wednesday night with a 25-20, 25-10, 25-16 sweep of Black Hills State University at the DakotaDome in Vermillion, S.D.

With the sweep, the Coyotes stayed unbeaten and improved to 9-0 on the season, their first under head coach Matt Houk.

Kristen Kritenbrink (So., Gretna, Neb.) paced the Coyote offensive attack with 11 kills. Heather Hult (Sr., Davis, S.D.) added 10 kills, while Laura Slagter (Sr., Roseville, Minn.) collected eight. Kathleen Hruska (Sr., Sioux Falls, S.D.) added seven kills as the Coyotes displayed their balance against the Yellow Jackets, who fell to 5-4 on the season.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, September 11, 2008 (04:31:28)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Tuesday, September 9, 2008


High School Volleyball

Newell- 3 Lead/Deadwood- 2
St. Thomas More- 3 Belle Fourche- 1
Douglas- 3 Hot Springs- 2
Philip- 3 Jones County- 0
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte- 3 Dupree- 0
Winner- 3 Bennett County- 1
Bennett County- 3 Gregory- 0
Edgemont- 3 New Underwood- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 (05:53:48)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Boys Golf: Sturgis Boys Edge Lead-Deadwood


By Jason Gross
Meade County Times

Two Sturgis boys golfers shot better than 40 Monday afternoon as the Scoopers edged Lead-Deadwood 175-180 in a dual at Lead Country Club. Sturgis was originally set to host the event.

Kyle Kopplin carded a nine-hole 38 en route to medalist honors. Clay Kopplin, with a 39, finished second in the individual race.

Tate McVay and Alan Roth each contributed a 49 to the Scooper cause. Zac Smith (53) and Sawyer Mathiesen (59) followed.

Lead-Deadwood was paced by Zach Fox, who shot a 40 and finished third. Grant Bellet (43), Jordan Smith (48), Gabe Dirksen (49), Dakotah Simpson (51), and Cas Bowman (57) also represented the Golddiggers.

Garrett Mack, with a 58, turned in the low score for the Lead-Deadwood junior varsity.

The Scoopers will compete in two eastern tournaments this weekend: Friday’s Yankton Invitational and Saturday’s Brookings Invitational. Lead-Deadwood, meanwhile, will compete in a Tuesday dual in Spearfish and travel to Custer on Friday.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 (05:06:37)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Women's Golf: Jackets Card Top Scores In Dickinson


The Black Hills State women won the Blue Hawk Invitational golf tournament on Monday at Heart River Golf Course behind fourth and fifth place finishes from Katelynn Lamb and A.J. Rolfson, respectively.

Black Hills State finished the event with a total of 704 strokes over the two days to beat Minot State by seven shots. Katie Campbell (179), Anne Langdell (185) and Emily Chapman (191) were the other Yellow Jacket women in the event.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 (04:56:55)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Yellow Jackets Start Season With Huge Win 21-14


By Dennis Knuckles
Black Hills Pioneer

Black Hills State got their 2008 season started on the right foot, with a 21-14 at Southwest Minnesota State Saturday afternoon in Marshall, Minn.

Southwest Minnesota took the opening kick off and drove down to the Black Hills State 47-yard line before the drive stalled.

The Yellow Jackets got the first break of the game on an illegal kick by Southwest Minnesota, giving the Yellow Jackets the ball at the Southwest Minnesota 38-yard line. After two penalties, holding and false start, Yellow Jacket quarterback Drew Hodgs was sacked and he fumbled and Southwest Minnesota recovered at the Mustang's 48-yard line.

Eleven plays later Zach Wysong scored from three-yards out. Scott Talcott added the extra point and Southwest Minnesota enjoyed an early 7-0 lead.

In the second quarter the Yellow Jackets finally got their offense going. Black Hills State drove 73 yards in nine plays, with Hodgs throwing a 12-yard TD pass to Jamie January. Micah Nielsen added the extra point and the game was 7-7 at the half.

The Yellow Jackets took the second half kick off and marched down to the Mustangs 25-yard line, but a sack and a penalty stalled the drive, forcing the Yellow Jackets to punt. Southwest Minnesota drove to the Black Hills State 30 before a penalty stalled the drive and also forced the Mustangs to punt, and the game remained tied 7-7, with 15 minutes left to play.

Early in the fourth, Hodgs connected with Corey Wheeler on a 31-yard pass play giving the Yellow Jackets a first down at the Mustangs 18-yard line. Five plays later, Hodgs scored from one-yard out. Nielsen added the extra Point, and the Yellow Jackets grabbed the lead 14-7 with just over seven minutes left in the game.

The Mustangs answered right back, aided by a Yellow Jacket pass interference penalty, driving 56-yards on seven plays. Wysong scored from three-yards out. Scott Talcott added the extra point tying the game at 14 with three and a half minutes left in the game.

After forcing the Yellow Jackets to punt, the Mustangs returned the punt 34-yards to the Black Hills State 40-yard line. Three plays later Scott Boner recovered a Mustangs fumble at the Black Hills State 33-yard line to keep the Mustangs from taking the lead.

The Yellow Jackets put together a last minute drive and with eight seconds left in the game Hodgs connected with January on a 20-yard touchdown. Nielsen added the extra point giving the Yellow Jackets the win 21-14.

Hodgs finished 13 for 27 throwing for 212-yards and two touchdowns, running for another score.

Ehrlich gained 122-yards on 25 carries for the Yellow Jackets.

Black Hills State's offense gained 336 yards, while the Yellow Jackets defense held Southwest Minnesota to 125 yards rushing and 67 yards, sacking the quarterback three times and intercepted two passes.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 (04:49:29)


KDSJ Local Sports
   BHSU Receives Gift In Memory Of Former Track Athlete


Black Hills State received a gift of $3,000 in memory of former Spearfish resident and track and field standout, Mark Larsheid.

The family, led by Mark's widow Mary Larscheid-Christensen, has organized the Annual Mark Larscheid Memorial Golf Tournament for the last eight years in an effort to celebrate Mark's life and preserve his memory. The proceeds went to benefit the Black Hills State track and field program in the form of the Mark Larscheid Memorial Scholarship.

"The Larsheid Golf Tournament is such a great way to honor the memory of Mark," said Black Hills State Director of Athletic Development, John Kietzmann. "What Mary has put together is amazing and Black Hills State is so thankful to be a part of such a wonderful event."

In August 2000, the Larscheid family and the Spearfish community experienced a great tragedy when Mark Larscheid's life was cut short in an automobile accident in Spearfish Canyon. Born and raised in South Dakota, Mark and his wife Mary raised their three children--Shane, Summer and Slade. Mark was a loving husband, father, gifted teacher, dedicated coach and friend. He set the South Dakota high school state record in the 110-yard hurdles in 14.1 seconds iin 1969.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 (02:41:44)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, September 6, 2008


College Football

#18 Black Hills State- 21 Southwest Minnesota- 14 (Heard On KDSJ)
Minnesota-Crookston- 20 Mayville State- 15
#19 Jamestown- 47 Peru State- 20
Concordia- 55 #20 Minot State- 13
Emporia State- 27 Augustana- 14
SDSU- 40 Youngstown State- 7
Northern Iowa- 24 USD- 13
#7 Morningside- 31 Dakota Wesleyan- 7
#2 Sioux Falls- 35 Nebraska-Wesleyan- 0
Winona State- 39 Northern State- 14

High School Football

Sturgis- 27 R.C. Central- 19 (Heard On KDSJ)
R.C. Stevens- 20 Spearfish- 6
Mitchell- 14 Pierre- 8
S.F. O'Gorman- 22 #2 S.F. Washington- 14

College Volleyball

Sioux Falls Classic

Black Hills State- 3 Mount Marty- 0
Black Hills State- 3 University of Sioux Falls- 0

High School Volleyball

Harding County- 3 Lead/Deadwood- 0

Boys Soccer

Yankton- 2 Spearfish- 1



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, September 07, 2008 (23:33:12)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Girls Tennis: Spearfish Downs Sturgis


Spearfish downed Sturgis, 7-2, in a tennis dual between the two Northern Hills I-90 rivals on Thursday afternoon.

The Spartans got singles wins from Audrey Swisher and Hannah Parrett before the Scoopers rallied with wins from Stacy Davison and Lauren Takahashi.

Spearfish then prevailed in the final two singles matches as Christine Bergmann and Rachel Deichert recorded wins.

The No. 2 and No. 3 doubles matches both went to tiebreakers with Spearfish winning both to close out the match.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 06, 2008 (04:20:23)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Cross Country: Stevens Boys Win At Northern Hills Meet


Rapid City Stevens and Sheridan, Wyo., won their respective divisions at the Northern Hills Cross Country Meet run on the Spearfish Canyon Golf Course on Thursday.

Stevens tallied 44 points with Gillette, Wyo. second with 48 points. Pierre and Sheridan tied for third with 102 points. Spearfish came in fifth followed by Newcastle, Wyo. and Cheyenne-Eagle Butte.

Dominick Robinson, of Gillette, was the boys individual champion as he covered the 5,000-meter course in16 minutes,16.41 seconds. Coates had a 17:02.52 for second. Hill City’s Andy Coy was third in 17:19.62. Alex Espeland, of Pierre, was fourth in 17:33.07 followed by Damien Schuster, of Sturgis who ran a 17.49.04.

The Sheridan girls tallied 46 points as Lela Carpenter broke the tape in the 4,000 meter run in 15.14.46.

Rapid City Stevens was second in the team points with 60, followed by Gillette with 73 points. Douglas was fourth with 93, followed by Custer and Cheyenne-Eagle Butte.

Madeleine Takahashi, of Sturgis, the 2007 cross county AA champion, came in second, posting a 15:30.29.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 06, 2008 (04:17:31)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Spartans' Graslie Beats Rain, Wind To Take Medalist Honors


By Joe Kavanaugh
Rapid City Journal

Spearfish senior Nik Graslie captured medalist honors at Thursday’s Rapid City Quad golf tournament at Meadowbrook Golf Course by shooting a steady 37 on a sometimes rainy, overcast day. His 1-over round was two shots better than Sturgis junior Kyle Kopplin whose younger brother, Kyle, finished third with a 40 on his nine-hole card.

Sturgis nipped Spearfish by two shots to claim the team title, shooting a 171. Rapid City Central posted a 177 and Rapid City Stevens had 181 strokes to complete the nine holes of play.

Other tops scores on the days included 42s by Alex Pappel (Stevens), Ben Deverman (Spearfish) and Thomas Birgenheir (Central), while Ryan Jensen (Stevens) and Trevor Kautzman (Central) recorded 44s.

Sturgis golf coach Joe Shetler was delighted to see some consistency from his younger players to complement the usually consistent play of the Kopplin brothers. He got just that as sophomore Zac Smith recorded a 42 which put him into a tie for fourth in the individual competition.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 06, 2008 (04:13:04)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, September 4, 2008


High School Volleyball

Philip- 3 Kadoka- 0
Newell- 3 Custer- 0
Bennett County- 3 Hot Springs- 2
Sturgis- 3 Douglas- 1
Belle Fourche- 3 Hill City- 0
Timber Lake- 3 Bison- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 06, 2008 (04:06:06)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, September 5, 2008


High School Football

#3 St. Thomas More- 55 Lead/Deadwood- 0 (Heard On KDSJ)
Lyman- 36 Wall- 0
Douglas- 30 Dickinson, N.D.- 21
Custer- 37 Newcastle, WY- 14
Belle Fourche- 12 Winner- 0
Newell- 40 #5 Harding County- 28
#4 Sioux Falls Lincoln- 21 #1 Sioux Falls Roosevelt- 7
#3 Brandon Valley- 21 Aberdeen Central- 18
Brookings- 25 #5 Watertown- 13
Yankton- 20 Huron- 13
Bennett County- 41 Red Cloud- 0
Hot Springs- 51 Pine Ridge- 0
New Underwood- 38 Kadoka- 0
Eureka/Bowdle- 38 Herreid- 10
Dupree- 32 Faith- 6
White River- 38 Colome- 16
Hemingford, NE- 58 Edgemont- 19
Sundance, WY- 22 Hill City- 12
Philip- 40 Jones County- 8

College Volleyball

Sioux Falls Classic

Black Hills State- 3 Briar Cliff- 2
Black Hills State- 3 Waldorf, IA- 0
S.D. Tech- 3 Dana- 2
Mount Marty- 3 Dickinson State- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, September 06, 2008 (03:40:31)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Boys Golf: Smith Paces The Diggers


Lead-Deadwood’s Jordan Smith shot a 38 to claim medalist honors and help the ’Diggers to a first-place team finish on Tuesday at Lead Country Club.

Smith’s effort helped Lead-Deadwood to a 168 team total, 27 shots better than runner-up Spearfish, which finished with a 195. Belle Fourche was third with a 215.

“I thought the ’Diggers put in a fine performance,” Lead-Deadwood head coach Joan Rachetto said.

Lead-Deadwood got a 39 from Grant Bellet to finish just behind Smith. Zach Fox turned in a 49, while Dakotah Simpson carded a 49, Garrett Mack turned in a 55 and Gabe Dirksen had a 58.

“I was pleased with a Smith and Bellet’s scores,” Rachetto said. “And this was Simpson’s first time on the varsity, so it was nice to use his score on the four-low total. Plus Zach was steady for us.”

Spearfish received a 45 from Ben Deverman to lead the effort. Nick Graslie and Jorden Louke each carded a 49, while Seth Bridges had a 57 and Jordan McGruarty had a 61.

Tyler Burr led Belle Fourche with a 44, while Jordon Mollory had a 53, Cary Hewitt a 55 and JayCe Huber had a 73.

Lead-Deadwood and Spearfish head to the Sturgis Invitational on Friday at 9 a.m.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, September 04, 2008 (05:48:28)


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