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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25:
Volleyball: Brookings @ Mitchell
Sioux Falls O’Gorman @ Yankton
Watertown @ Brandon Valley
Sioux Falls Washington @ Huron
Florence/Henry @ Estelline
DeSmet @ Deuel
Arlington @ Sioux Valley
West Central @ Elkton-Lake Benton
Flandreau @ FIS
Madison @ Tea Area
Dell Rapids @ Dakota Valley
Howard @ Colman-Egan
Dells St. Mary’s @ Canistota
BHS FB…Brookings didn’t mess around with Tuesday’s night’s opening round playoff game with Rapid City Central.
Quarterback Caleb Vig started things on the second play from scrimmage – Dellas Cole had the call on K-Country 102: 97621 :17 “him down…touchdown”.
Vig and Mike Daniel built on the lead just before halftime: 97622 :19 “touchdown…43 yards”.
Vig added the game-clincher midway through the fourth: 97623 :10 “one was there”.
Central’s Asher Pikula caught his sixth scoring pass of the season late in the fourth: 97624 :16 “touchdown is Pikula”.
Vig ran for 112 yards and threw for 194 more – Zach Page had five catches for 91 yards. Mike Daniel was held to16 carries for 44 yards.
Central’s Donne Pallatto completed 22-of-41 passes for 269 yards – Pikula had 12 catches for 172 yards.
Bobcat assistant coach Ken Vigdal says the team continued progress shown in the regular season closer against Aberdeen Central. 97625 :36 “did last week”.
Brookings plays Monday at top-seed Sioux Falls Washington – game time will be 5:00pm at Howard Wood Field.
TUESDAY FB SCORES…
Pierre 28, Watertown 6
Sioux Falls Lincoln 56, Douglas 0
Yankton 44, Aberdeen Central 20
Dell Rapids 57, Milbank Area 22
West Central 41, Madison 14
Dakota Valley 40, Tea Area 37, OT
Harrisburg 63, Lennox 29
Chamberlain 27, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 0
Todd County 57, Little Wound 6
Hot Springs 51, Belle Fourche 14
Spearfish 46, Pine Ridge 0
Aberdeen Roncalli 64, Mobridge-Pollock 19
Deuel 30, Webster 23
Flandreau 28, Canton 6
Tri-Valley 42, Garretson 14
Parkston 21, Wagner 14
Winner 51, Bon Homme 6
Custer 28, Bennett County 20
St. Thomas More 50, Hill City 0
Clark/Willow Lake 41, Tri-State 34
Leola/Frederick 53, Miller 6
Deubrook 55, Ipswich/Edmunds Central 0
Howard 51, Elkton-Lake Benton 23
Gregory 36, Bridgewater-Emery 34
Kimball/White Lake 41, Parker 14
Potter County 54, Lemmon/McIntosh 14
White River 62, Newell 32
Herreid/Selby Area 36, Eureka/Bowdle 12
Warner 28, Wolsey-Wessington 18
Arlington 34, Hamlin 27
Canistota 54, Hanson 0
Corsica/Stickney 56, South Central 0
Wilmot 40, Irene-Wakonda 34
Faith 52, Kadoka Area 44
Wall 27, New Underwood 16
Castlewood 40, Lake Preston 0
Waverly-South Shore 56, Dell Rapids St. Mary 28
Avon 60, Centerville 20
Viborg-Hurley 64, Marion 14
Faulkton 56, Sully Buttes 20
Hitchcock-Tulare 30, Rapid City Christian 0
Colome 52, Bison 0
Harding County 46, Jones County 0
MONDAY FB PAIRINGS…The South Dakota High School Activities Association has released Monday’s quarterfinal footbal playoff pairings:
Brookings @ Sioux Falls Washington, 5:00pm (Live on KCountry 102 @ 4:30)
Yankton @ Sioux Falls O’Gorman
Pierre @ Brandon Valley
Sioux Falls Lincoln @ Sioux Falls Roosevelt
Chamberlain @ Dell Rapids
Hot Springs @ Todd County
West Central @ Harrisburg
Dakota Valley @ Spearfish
Custer @ Winner
St. Thomas More @ Flandreau
Deuel @ Tri-Valley
Parkston @ Aberdeen Roncalli
Howard @ Kimball-White Lake
White River @ Clark/Willow Lake
Potter County @ Deubrook (Live on B93.7)
Leola/Frederick @ Gregory
Wall @ Canistota
Faith @ Arlington
Wilmot @ Warner
Corsica/Stickney @ Herried/Selby Area
Faulkton Area @ Harding County
Castlewood @ Waverly-South Shore
Avon @ Colome
Hitchcock-Tulare @ Viborg-Hurley
TUESDAY VB SCORES…
Summit def. Grant-Deuel, 25-10, 25-14, 25-16
Tiospa Zina Tribal def. Flandreau Indian, 25-10, 25-16, 25-11
VB PAIRINGS…Pairings are set for most of the upcoming district volleyball tournaments. The area matchups:
DISTRICT 1AA: November 1st: Watertown @ Sioux Falls O’Gorman; Brookings @ Sioux Falls Roosevelt
DISTRICT 2AA: November 1st: S.F. Lincoln @ S.F. Washington; Brandon Valley @ Yankton
DISTRICT 3AA: November 1st: Pierre @ Aberdeen Central; Huron @ Mitchell
DISTRICT 4AA: November 1st: Douglas @ R.C. Central; Sturgis @ R.C. Stevens
DISTRICT 3A: Florence/Henry @ Clark/Willow Lake; winner at Redfield/Doland for title
DISTRICT 4A: Hamlin @ Sioux Valley; Deubrook @ Deuel
DISTRICT 5A: Flandreau Indian School @ Elkton-Lake Benton; Flandreau @ Madison
DISTRICT 6A: October 30 @ Dell Rapids: Garretson vs. Sioux Falls Christian; Dell Rapids vs. Baltic
DISTRICT 3B: Castlewood vs. Lake Preston (Winner meets top-seed Arlington)
Estelline vs. Great Plains Lutheran (Winner meets second-seed DeSmet)
DISTRICT 4B: October 30 @ Chester: Colman-Egan vs. Dells St. Mary’s (Winner meets top-seed Chester)
October 30 @ Rutland: Howard vs. Oldham-Ramona/Rutland
FOX AND SUMMIT…Twenty-six Summit League men’s and women’s basketball games will air on Fox College Sports this season, marking the largest schedule of nationally-televised games in league history. Included are 14 Summit League regular season matchups and all 12 men’s and women’s quarterfinal and semifinal games from the conference tournament.
Four Saturday men’s basketball doubleheaders highlight the schedule. The quartet of “Summit Saturdays” begins with each of the top four teams in The Summit League’s preseason poll matching up on January 26. The North Dakota State at South Dakota State game opens the day’s schedule and is followed by Western Illinois at Oakland. The following Saturday features Western Illinois at IUPUI and Kansas City at South Dakota State. On Feb. 16, the doubleheader begins with a rematch of the 2012 Summit League Championship game with Western Illinois at South Dakota State ahead of the Oakland at Kansas City matchup.
Fox College Sports will showcase the regular season women’s game between North Dakota State and South Dakota State on Dec. 30. Doubleheaders of The Summit League’s women’s quarterfinal games will air on March 9 and 10 along with both semifinals on March 11.
SDSU RODEO… The SDSU men’s rodeo team is going into the fall break ranked second nationally and first in the region. SDSU won first place in River Falls; Ames; and Fargo rodeos, and second place at Ft. Dodge. Currently eleven teams compete and have points in the region.
The women’s team is 16th nationally and second regionally. The team placed second in River Falls, Fargo and Fort Dodge; and fourth in Ames. Eight teams have points in the Great Plains region.
SDSU rodeo had a fall roster of 54 from six states and Canada.
The next NIRA collegiate rodeo will be the SDSU Jackrabbit Stampede April 5th and 6th, preceded by the SDSU Rodeo Gala Fundraiser April 4th.
ACE GOODROAD… Larry Goodroad of the Brookings Country Club had his third career hole-in-one Tuesday. He used an 6-iron to ace the 148 yard, par 3, third hole. The shot was witnessed by Ron Einspahr and Chuck Zink.