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   Yellowjackets Name Special Teams Coordinator, Linebackers Coach


Coach Jeff Larson has accepted the position as an assistant coach at Black Hills State University effective immediately for the 2008 season. He joins the staff as special teams coordinator and linebackers coach.

Coach Larson comes to BHSU from Chadron State College where he served as graduate assistant for the linebackers the past two seasons. Before entering the college level, Larson spent five seasons coaching at the high school level. He had stints at Cheyenne East High School in Wyoming and Layton High School in Utah.

Larson, a native of Aberdeen, played at Northern State University (1995-1998) and graduated in 2000. Coach Larson played high school football at Aberdeen Central High School where he earned honorable mention All-State and All-Conference honors.

"We are fortunate to have a coach of Jeff's caliber at this stage of the game. He is a South Dakota native and is really excited about this oppurtunity. I believe we have a good fit for both Black Hills State University and Jacket football," said coach John Scott, the Jackets head coach.

Larson and his wife Staci live in Spearfish.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, July 03, 2008 (02:48:47)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Tuesday, July 1, 2008


Lead/Deadwood Wood Bat Tournament

5th Place

R.C. West-5 Belle Fourche-3

3rd Place

Platte-4 Lead/Deadwood-0

Championship

Chadron-12 Post 320 Split Squad-0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, July 02, 2008 (02:34:54)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Wika, Bellet Card Top Junior Scores


Spearfish's Carson Wika won the boys title and Lead's Danielle Bellet was victorious on the girl's side during the SDGA Wells Fargo Junior Tour event at the Golf Club at Red Rock on Thursday.

Wika, 17, recorded three birdies, including a pair of deuces and five bogeys in his 2-over-par round of 74. The 18-year-old Bellet carded a 76 after three birdies, five bogeys and a double-bogey.

Belle Fourche's Ashley Watson, last week's winner in Pierre, tied for sixth at 97.

In other action for the girls, Erin Cheever won the age 14-15 division with a score of 85. Hayley Decker of Spearfish also competed in the division and finished with an 88. Belle Fourche's Jade Burr (11-and-under) carded a 60 to win her division.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, June 28, 2008 (16:19:59)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Black Hills State To Share Commissioners Cup


After a review of the Commissioner's Cup standings, the Dakota Athletic Conference has determined that Jamestown College will share the award with Black Hills State. The Commissioner's Cup is awarded to the member institution with the best overall record in conference competition. Points are given based on each school's finish in conference sports that include a conference championship.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, June 28, 2008 (15:55:06)


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   Baxter Qualifies For U.S. Olympic Trials


By Corinne Hansen

Aubrey Baxter, Black Hills State University junior from Redfield, has qualified for the Olympic Trials in the shot put with a throw of 54 feet 1/2 inch.

Baxter, a psychology major, is the first BHSU athlete to reach this Olympic milestone.

Baxter will leave for Eugene, Oregon on Saturday and will compete Thursday, July 3. Athletes from across the country will be competing at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials from June 27 through July 6 on the University of Oregon campus. The country's most prestigious pre-Olympic event, the Olympic Trials is where the roster for Team USA will be selected for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.

An exceptional scholar-athlete, Baxter earned Academic All-Scholar honors in 2007. She is a 12-time NAIA All-American and a 10-time DAC champion. She holds five school records, four conference records, four South Dakota Collegiate records and two NAIA national records. Baxter is also second on the all-time South Dakota collegiate list in the discus.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, June 28, 2008 (15:47:22)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, June 27, 2008


Legion Baseball

Post 320-14 Sturgis-1 (5 Innings)

Spearfish-15 Billings, MT-5 (5 Innings)

Spearfish-15 Powell, WY-9



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, June 28, 2008 (15:33:18)


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   Spearfish Picks Up Two Wins At Wyoming Tournament


POWELL, Wyo.— Spearfish Post 164 picked up two wins during the first day of the Powell American Legion Baseball Tournament, defeating Billings, Mont., Blue Jays, 15-5, in the afternoon contest and holding off host team Powell, Wyo., 15-9, in the nightcap.

After letting the Blue Jays back into the ballgame, Ryan Royer and Rick White each had two hits in the fifth to spark an eight-run inning which helped Spearfish end the game with the 10-run rule. White finished 3-for-4 with three RBI.

Jess Cooper earned the win for Spearfish, striking out six batters. Cooper also went 3-for-3 from the plate with a home run.

“I thought we played really well,” said head coach Matt Kemp. “We had a good pitching performance from Cooper and played good defense. We finished with 13 hits. Everyone hit for us.”

In the second game, Spearfish, trailed 4-1 in the fourth inning, before turning the bats loose once again. Dustin Wisener started things off with a home run and Post 164 put together another eight-run inning to break the game open.

Wisener ended the game going 2-for-4 with two RBI. Allen Hemeyer was 3-for-4 with four RBI. Spearfish pitcher Cody Rosenau picked up his fifth win of the season.

“Powell is a good baseball team,” said Kemp. They hit the ball really well, but our lineup stuck together and we had to outslug them today and we did that.”

Spearfish (16-13 overall) will face Billings, Mont., tonight at 7 p.m.

“We don’t know a lot about them,” said Kemp. “Hopefully we keep our offense going and play good defense and we’ll be alright.”



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, June 28, 2008 (15:30:06)


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   Cooper Accounts For Three Runs, Spearfish Tops Sturgis


By Mike Besso, Lawrence County Journal

STURGIS — Spearfish put crooked numbers on the scoreboard in six of nine innings, en route to a 13-2 win over Sturgis in an American Legion baseball matchup on Wednesday at Strong Field.

Jess Cooper, who joined the Spearfish team when the Belle Fourche Legion program disbanded due to shortage of players, led Post 164 with four hits and three runs scored in five plate appearances.

Jordan Johnson chipped in two runs and two base knocks. Rick White also had two hits for Spearfish. Johnson, making only his second starting pitching appearance of the season, limited Sturgis to six hits. White relived Johnson for the final three innings.

“Both Jordan and Rick did a great job,” Spearfish manager Matt Kemp said. “Jordan did a great job working out of jams.”

Eli Bueno led Sturgis with a pair of hits.

Post 33 held a 1-0 edge, tallying a run in the bottom of the first inning. Kasidy Huffman’s RBI double opened the scoring. Spearfish took the lead for good with a trio of runs in the top of the third. Justin Kemp lined a one-out single, stole second base and rode home on a triple by Johnson, who came home on an error. The third run of the inning come on another error. The Titans committed nine miscues in the contest.

Sturgis shaved the deficit to 3-2, scoring one run in the home half of the third on a sacrifice fly by Trevor Potts.

The visitors plated one run in the fifth, three in the sixth and two runs each in the seventh, eighth and ninth.

“If we play baseball the way we are capable of, we can beat anybody,” Kemp said.

Huffman pitched the initial five and one-thirds innings for Post 33 and took the pitching setback.

“They (Spearfish) out-hustled us. They out-played us. They out-hit us,” Sturgis manager Nic Ewing said. “If anything went wrong, we went in the tank. I was disappointed in our effort and our attitude.”

Spearfish competes in a tournament in Powell, Wyo., this weekend. Sturgis travels to Rapid City Post 320 on Friday.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, June 26, 2008 (05:38:40)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Wednesday, June 25, 2008


Legion Baseball

Spearfish-13 Sturgis-2 (Heard On KDSJ)



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, June 26, 2008 (05:16:43)


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   Registration For Fall And High School Soccer


Registration forms are now being accepted for the 2008 fall and high school soccer season. A discount is being offered to those who register before July 18, 2008. After July 18th all rates increase per player in the amount of $50. Registration forms are available at the Spearfish Public Library, Spearfish Chamber of Commerce or CLICK HERE!



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, June 26, 2008 (04:17:07)


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   Post 31 Goes 2-2 At Parkston Tourney


By Mark Watson

The Lead/Deadwood Legion baseball team split this weekend's Parkston Tournament 2-2 and learned that they are able to play against some of the top teams in the region.

"We're pleased going 2-2 in the tournament," said Post 31 coach Jim Startz. "We came away from the tournament learning that we are actually a really good team."

The local team faced Freeman, S.D. in their first game and won 11-9. "Ben Bartling pitched a heck of a game. It was a real good game played by both teams," Startz said. Bartling went 3-4 from the plate and Russel Hadden went 2-4.

Game 2 marked the first loss of the tourney with Lead/Deadwood falling 11-4 to Waterloo Valley, Nebraska.

For the third game Post 31 took on the hometown team of Parkston. "They pretty much gave it to us," Startz said. They beat us 14-1. "That was at 9 Sunday morning, after we finished at 11 Saturday night. There were just too many cobwebs."

The final game of the tournament was against Gering, Nebraska and Post 31 took the victory 7-4. "It was another well played ball game," he said. "Russel Hadden pitched a heck of a game. He kept batters off balance the whole game."

After the tournament, Lead/Deadwood Post 31 is now 13-10 on the season. They next play at Hot Springs on Tuesday.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, June 24, 2008 (03:05:09)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, June 20, 2008


Legion Baseball

Lead/Deadwood-16 Sturgis JV-6 (Heard On KDSJ)
Spearfish-3 Sioux Falls East-0



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Posted by A-Josh
on Saturday, June 21, 2008 (01:01:55)


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   Golddigger Football Mini-Camp


The 2008 Lead-Deadwood Golddigger Football Mini-Camp will be Sunday, July 27 thru Wednesday, July 30. The camp is open to all area players 5th-12th grades. The attendees at the mini-camp will learn football fundamentals and schematic strategies along with having a great time! The 9th-12th graders will also receive "chalk talk" time with the Golddigger coaching staff.

The cost of the mini-camp is $30 for 5-8 grade, and $50 for 9-12 grade.

Make checks payable to "Golddigger Football", due by July 15th. Registrations are available at the high school office or by contacting Coach Biesiot at 641-5244 to make arrangements.

The schedule for the camp is as follows:

Friday, July 25- Checkout equipment to 9-12 grade campers from 1-4 p.m.

Sunday, July 27- 5:00-8:00 (9th-12th Grade)

Monday, July 28- 9:00-11:00 (5th-8th Grade)
-5:00-8:00 (9th-12th Grade)

Tuesday, July 29- 9:00-11:00 (5th-8th Grade)
-5:00-8:00 (9th-12th Grade)

Wednesday, July 30- 9:00-11:00 (5th-8th Grade)



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, June 20, 2008 (02:08:20)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Late Rally Lifts Sturgis Past Hot Springs


STURGIS — Sturgis Post 33 scored three runs late in the game to come from behind and defeat Hot Springs 5-4 Tuesday night at Strong Field.

Trailing 4-2 with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning and runners in scoring position, the Titans were able to even things up when Kasidy Huffman scored from third on a wild pitch and Trevor Potts scored from second after an errant throw back to the pitcher.

In the bottom of the eighth, Gable Gillette hit a groundball to short and was safe at first, allowing Seth Lange to score Sturgis’ winning run from second base.

The Titans used four different pitchers, using Alan McMillin to start the game and ending with Lange.

“Alan McMillin had good command of his pitches and had one his better outings as far as locating all of his pitches,” said Sturgis head coach Nic Ewing.

The Titans (5-7 overall) travel to Omaha to face Chaos Blue from Colorado Thursday at 2:30 p.m. followed by Omaha Central at 5 p.m.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, June 19, 2008 (05:42:12)


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   Lead-Deadwood Routs Belle Fourche


By Dennis Knuckles

BELLE FOURCHE - Lead-Deadwood used a potent offensive attack and strong pitching from Jordan Leveque and Derrik Fossen to soundly beat Belle Fourche 17-1 Tuesday night in Belle Fourche.

Post 31 exploded for 13 runs in the first two innings to put the game on ice. The 10 run rule was enforced after five innings.

Leveque pitched a masterful game, striking out 10 of the 12 batters he faced before giving way to Fossen in the fifth.

Post 31 Coach Jim Startz said he was tempted to let Leveque go for the no-hitter, but said the risk outweighed the reward.

“I would have left him (Leveque) in to finish it up, but it's not worth it (getting Leveque hurt),” said Startz.

After the game Leveque said he was in command of all his pitches.

“I felt like I was pitching pretty hard. My curve ball was working well,” said Leveque

When asked if he would have liked to have gotten the chance to throw the no-hitter Leveque smiled and said,” Yeah, definitely, but Fossen pitched well (in relief).”

Jake Zoodsma had two hits and drove in two runs to lead the Post 31 attack.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, June 19, 2008 (05:37:55)


KDSJ Local Sports
   LDHS Athletic Director Resigns


Lead-Deadwood Activities Director Jordan Franzen has announced his resignation which will become effective June 30.

Franzen has been the AD at Lead-Deadwood for the past two years, but is leaving to follow his wife who received a new position in Fargo, N.D.

"There are no openings in education there, but I want to stay close to high school athletics," Franzen said. He is originally from Sundance, Wyo. and had worked in North Dakota before coming to Lead two years ago.

The entire staff at KDSJ would like to thank Mr. Franzen for all his work and dedication to the Golddigger Athletic Department. He has been great to work with the last two years and we wish him and his family well.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, June 19, 2008 (05:30:23)


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   Spearfish Youth Football Registration


The Spearfish Youth Football Association has opened registrations for the 2008 Fall Flag and Tackle Football Season. The primary registration for this year will be online and can be accessed at www.spearfishyouthfootball.com Flag Football is for boys and girls that will be in grades three and four this fall.

Tackle Football is for boys and girls that will be in grades five and six this fall. Please register online now! Questions regarding the program options or online registration can be sent to plrotert@rushmore.com or call Pat Rotert at 722-3990.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, June 15, 2008 (14:49:34)


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   Bartling Fans 10 Batters In Win


By Mike Besso, Lawrence County Journal

STURGIS — Ben Bartling limited Sturgis to four hits and struck out 10 Titans hitters, as Lead-Deadwood captured a 4-3 win in American Legion baseball game Saturday at Strong Field.

The game was a late addition to the schedule when the Freedom Tournament was cancelled.

“Bartling pitched a whale of a game,” said Lead-Deadwood manager Jim Startz.

The two teams were deadlocked at 3-3 after six innings of play. In the top half of the seventh, Lead-Deadwood’s Ben Morris was hit by a pitch and Russ Hadden survived on an error. Both runners moved up a base on a double steal. Morris came home on a fly ball by Jake Startz for the game’s winning run.

Lead-Deadwood began the scoring in the first inning. Morris stroked a leadoff single. The Sundance, Wyo., athlete eventually scored on an errant throw to the second baseman. Morris is one of four Sundance players on the Lead-Deadwood squad.

Kasidy Huffman’s two-run, triple in the bottom half of the third inning presented Post 33 with a 2-1 advantage. Sturgis extended its lead to 3-1 in the home half of the fourth when Gable Gillett delivered a run-scoring single.

Post 31 sliced the deficit in half, plating one run in the top of the fifth. A bases loaded walk to Jake Startz forced in a run. Zach Startz led off the visitors’ sixth, enticing a base on balls. He later scored on an error, knotting the score at 3-3.

Morris scored two runs and had two hits for Lead-Deadwood. Hadden, Bartling and Zach Startz managed one hit each.

The win snapped a four-game losing streak for Lead-Deadwood. Post 31 lost two games each earlier this week during a road trip to Chamberlain and Elk-Point-Jefferson.

“When we play well and hit the ball well, we are a tough team to beat,” Startz said. “We played well up and down the lineup. It was nice to see all the pieces fit together today.”

Gillett led Sturgis with a pair of hits. Kasidy and Brandon Huffman notched one hit apiece.

Kasidy Huffman pitched the initial three innings. Alan McMillin threw the next two innings. Casey Hanzlik absorbed the mound setback, pitching the final two innings.

“Lead-Deadwood came ready to play and we came out flat and went through the motions,” Sturgis manager Nic Ewing said.

“They just wanted it more than we did.”

Lead-Deadwood visits Belle Fourche in a doubleheader Tuesday. Sturgis hosts Hot Springs in a nine-inning game on Tuesday.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, June 15, 2008 (14:16:31)


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   Spearfish Downs Sturgis Behind Pitching


By Jason Gross, Meade County Times

STURGIS — Dustin Wisener pitched Spearfish to a 4-3 American Legion baseball victory over Sturgis at Strong Field on Friday night.

The right-hander hurled all nine innings and scattered five hits. He walked four batters and struck out three.

Spearfish (6-10 overall) took the lead for good in the eighth on Ryan Royer’s two-out single. Jess Cooper and Wisener dashed home to put Post 164 ahead 4-3. Wisener faced the minimum six batters the rest of the way, inducing four groundouts and a fly out. One of those groundouts resulted in a double play to end the eighth inning.

Spearfish struck first in the fourth inning when Wisener lofted a sacrifice fly to deep center field. Jordan Johnson trotted home for the 1-0 edge. Alan McMillin plated Sturgis’ equalizer in the fifth on Eli Bueno’s single. McMillin was on third base when the two-out hit was struck. Wisener put Spearfish ahead 2-1 in the sixth when he came home on Royer’s RBI single.

Sturgis, which had its record fall to 4-5, loaded the bases with no outs in the sixth. Seth Lange scored on a bases-loaded walk to pull the Titans into a 2-2 tie. A lineout and fielder’s choice kept the bases loaded with two outs. The next batter, Bryan Cooley, drew a bases-loaded walk to bring home Kasidy Huffman and give Sturgis a 3-2 edge.

Wisener’s two-run, one-hit effort complemented his pitching performance. Royer laced two of Spearfish’s hits.

Casey Hanzlik, the second of two Sturgis pitchers, was tagged with the loss. Lange scored one run and added a hit. Andy Jones contributed two hits.

“Dustin pitched one heck of a game,” Spearfish manager Matt Kemp said. He added the squad survived four errors, and Wisener excelled in throwing first-pitch strikes.

“We are starting to jell,” Kemp said. “You can tell that by looking at the kids. We also had timely hitting tonight.”

Sturgis manager Nic Ewing said the game was clean and very well-played. He added the pitchers set the tone for the contest, which ended with the sides combining for only 11 hits. Ewing praised Wisener’s effort and added, “He worked fast. He worked off his fastball. There wasn’t a lot of trickery. He made it work all game.”



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, June 15, 2008 (14:12:08)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, June 12, 2008


Legion Baseball

Elk Point Jefferson-10 Lead/Deadwood-4
Elk Point Jefferson-12 Lead/Deadwood-2



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, June 13, 2008 (18:07:44)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Open Enrollment Sports Limit Rejected


South Dakota high school officials have rejected a proposal that would have required student athletes to sit out one year if they switch schools through the 1997 state open enrollment law.

South Dakota High School Activities Association bylaws amendments need 60 percent approval. This one received just 48 percent.

In 1998, 71 students switched school districts for sports reasons. The total shot to 235 in 1999, prompting SDHSAA to establish a rule that allows students to open enroll only once during high school and still be eligible for sports.

Last year, 174 student athletes transferred to schools in other districts without moving to those communities.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, June 12, 2008 (06:44:28)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Wednesday, June 11, 2008


Legion Baseball

Spearfish-10 Sheridan-0 (5 Innings) (Heard On KDSJ)
Spearfish-17 Sheridan-2 (5 Innings)

Chamberlain-10 Lead/Deadwood-0 (6 Innings)
Chamberlain-4 Lead/Deadwood-2



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, June 11, 2008 (21:35:00)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Mickelson Trail Marathon Draws Praise From Runners


By Jake Nordbye

Marathon runners and father and son duo Kip and Riley Coates had high expectations coming into the Deaadwood Mickelson Trail Marathon on Sunday. The two of them had been training for the event for the last several weeks and knew that it would be a tough field. They surpassed those expectations when Riley, 15, won his age group and finished third overall, while Kip finished 11th overall. Riley was the highest finisher from the area in the half marathon with a time of 1 hour, 17.22 minutes.

The marathon featured runners from all over the world, people came from as far away as Norway, and all corners of the United States. There were runners competing in their first marathon, all the way to veteran runners that have competed all over the world.

The full-marathon was won by James McGown of Sidney, Nebraska with a time of 2:33.52



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, June 11, 2008 (06:17:56)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, June 7, 2008


South Dakota vs. Wyoming All-Star Games
Heard on KDSJ

Girls
Wyoming-93 South Dakota-88

Boys
Wyoming-129 South Dakota-108

Legion Baseball

R.C. Post 320-10 Sturgis-0
Sturgis-7 R.C. Post 320-2



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, June 08, 2008 (14:52:12)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, June 6, 2008


South Dakota vs. Wyoming All-Star Games
Gillette, Wyoming

Girls
South Dakota-85 Wyoming-79

Boys
Wyoming-126 South Dakota-95

Lewis and Clark Wood Bat Legion Tournament

Omaha Bryan-5 Spearfish-3
Yankton-3 Spearfish-2



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, June 07, 2008 (04:41:51)


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   Youth Track Meets Scheduled


The Spearfish High Shool Track team will be hosting two youth track meets this summer at the BHSU track. The dates for the meets are June 10th and June 19th. They both start at 5:00 p.m. and are for ages 14 and under with four age divisions. For more information go to the Spearfish High School website. The entry fee is $5. The top six places will receive a ribbon and the proceeds will go to the Spearfish High School track team.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, June 07, 2008 (04:35:03)


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   Hitting For Hospice Golf Tournament Rescheduled


Due to the weather and course saturation, the 12th Annual Hitting for Hospice Benefit Golf Tournament has been rescheduled to take place at the Spearfish Canyon Country Club on Saturday, September 6th with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.

For more information about the golf tournament's schedule change, call Karen Bridges at (605) 644-4238 or CLICK HERE.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, June 06, 2008 (03:24:01)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Spartans Head Wrestling Coach Headed To St Thomas More


St. Thomas More has a new wrestling coach and it is a name Black Hills area wrestling fans should be familiar with. The Cavaliers have hired Nick Durham to be its head coach, replacing Bo Secrest who moved to a new job in Washington state. Durham comes to St. Thomas More after spending three years as the head coach in Spearfish.

"I look forward to the opportunities and challenges of building a wrestling program at St. Thomas More that their school and the community of Rapid City can be proud of," Durham said. "This move to More also allows me to be near my wife, Jennifer, and our three kids since we have lived in Rapid City the past three years.

While at Spearfish, Durham coached one state champion, a runner-up and four other state place winners. Before coaching Spearfish, Durham was a middle school wrestling coach in Colorado for two years.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, June 05, 2008 (03:38:33)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Monday, June 2, 2008


Legion Baseball

Rapid City Post 320 JV-7 Lead/Deadwood Post 31 JV-4
Lead/Deadwood Post 31-10 Rapid City Post 320-0 (5 Innings) (Heard On KDSJ)



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Tuesday, June 03, 2008 (00:53:38)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Searching For A Successor


By Padraic Duffy

The search for a new activities director at Rapid City Stevens is moving along slowly but surely.

“There isn’t really much to say about it right now,” Rapid City assistant superintendent Katie Bray said of the search. “The interview process is still under way and it’s against our personnel regulations to say who those interviewees are. But we are in the process of finding a new activities director at Stevens and are trying to fill the position as soon as possible.”

The position opened up earlier this year when former activities director Paul Sterling announced that this year would be his last in the position at the school. Sterling has worked at Stevens since 1998, when he took over for longtime activities director Duane Whalen.

Sterling has overseen numerous state championship-winning programs in his tenure at the school in boys cross country, track and field, golf, tennis and wrestling and girls’ track and field, cross country, volleyball, golf, tennis and gymnastics. The Raiders won 2008 state championships in girls track and field — their 13th straight title, which tied a national record — wrestling, boys tennis and volleyball. Sports Illustrated called Stevens the No. 1 high school sports program in South Dakota in a 2005 article.

The search for a new AD is currently in the hands of Stevens principal John Julius and a seven-member search committee. The committee is conducting interviews for the position and will turn over its recommendation for the job to the superintendent Peter Wharton’s office for review.

Wharton will then review the committee’s recommendation and possibly conduct another interview of the candidate or candidates before submitting his recommendation to the school board for a vote. The school board will actually make the hire.

“We’re still in the process of interviewing candidates,” Bray said. “Then there will be reference checks and possibly another interview before the board has final approval. It’s quite a process but the position carries a great deal of responsibility. Once Mr. Julius completes his team they’ll get right into things, but it’s a huge job and they need to find the right candidate.”



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