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MONSTER PLAYER OF THE WEEK: CALDER JOHNSTON (WALL EAGLES)

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

As always, there were many great individual performances in Week 6:

Brady Harkess ( Hot Springs Bison): Fearless Harkless 111 yards rushing and two TDs

Alex Anderson (New Underwood Tigers): Six TDs

Cody Trainor (Faith Longhorns): 116 yards rushing and one TD

Austin Prue (St. Francis Indian School): Three TDs

Austin Kudlock (Belle Fourche Broncs): Four TDs

Xavier Glover (Lead-Deadwood Golddiggers): 254 yards rushing and four rushing TDs

Nick Waln (White River Tigers): 267 yards rushing and four TDs

Tucker McDaniel (Philip Scotties): 139 yards rushing and four TDs

Austin Brown (Harding County Ranchers): Four TDs

Mat Braun (Gregory Gorillas): 111 yards rushing and one TD

Wyatt Kammerer (Philip Scotties) 127 yards rushing

Austin Richey (Winner Warriors): 95 yards rushing and and two TDs

J.D. Farley (Winner Warriors): Two TDs

Seth Johnson (Rapid City Stevens Raiders): 195 yards rushing and two TDs

Alex Litzen (Rapid City Stevens Raiders): 151 yards receiving and three TDs

As always though there can only be one Monster per week. The Monster Player of the Week hails from the home of the world’s largest Jackalope. That’s right, this week’s Monster POTW is Mr. Calder Johnston of the Wall Eagles. Calder rushed for 212 yards and scored four TDs (three by land, one by air) in the Eagles 48-20 victory over the Jones County “Junior” Coyotes. Congrats Calder! Wear the Monster POTW crown proudly this week, with all the rights and privileges thereunto appertaining.

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MONSTER POTW Calder Johnston hands the ball off at the Prospector Bowl.

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Gut Wagon

GUT WAGON REPORT: WEEK 5

Saturday, October 2nd, 2010

THE MOST COMPLETE AGGREGATE OF SD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL AVAILABLE

If any scores are missing please let us know the results and we will add them to the report.

WEEK 5 SCORES:

Aberdeen Roncalli 54, Clark/Willow Lake 0
GAME REPORT

Andes Central 44, Scotland 0
GAME REPORT

Avon 51, South Central 6
GAME REPORT

Baltic 20, Centerville 0

Bennett County 46, Hill City 0

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 34, Howard 7

Britton-Hecla 22, Sioux Valley 6
GAME REPORT

Canistota 60, Gregory 6
GAME REPORT

Canton 30, Beresford 7

Chester 43, Alcester-Hudson 6
GAME REPORT

Colome 46, Sunshine Bible Academy 14
GAME REPORT

Corsica/Stickney 64, Kimball 12

Dakota Valley 14, Elk Point-Jefferson 3

Dell Rapids 41, Vermillion 6
GAME REPORT

Dell Rapids St. Mary 38, Castlewood 16

Deubrook 50, DeSmet/Iroquois 6

Dupree 26, Newell 8
GAME REPORT

Estelline 14, Elkton-Lake Benton 0

Eureka/Bowdle 40, Ipswich 8

Flandreau 21, Garretson 0
GAME REPORT

Freeman 32, Marion 30
GAME REPORT

Gettysburg 56, Hoven/Edmunds Central 6
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Grant-Deuel 34, Wilmot 14
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Great Plains Lutheran 17, Waubay/Summit 12
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Hanson 51, Parker 0
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Harding County 45, Wall 0
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Harrisburg 50, Madison 0
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Herreid/Selby Area 66, McLaughlin 14
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Hitchcock-Tulare 22, Woonsocket/Wessington Springs 16
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Irene-Wakonda 38, Gayville-Volin 8

Kadoka Area 58, Lower Brule 6
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Langford 36, Warner 0
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Lead-Deadwood 27, Douglas 6
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Lemmon/McIntosh 26, Faith 14
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Little Wound 28, Red Cloud 0
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Lyman 42, Jones County 20
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Milbank 34, Redfield/Doland 28
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Miller 7, Chamberlain 0

Mitchell 30, Rapid City Central 21
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Mobridge-Pollock 64, Crow Creek 6
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New Underwood 56, Edgemont 6
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Philip 24, White River 20
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Pine Ridge 43, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 6
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Platte-Geddes 40, Stanley County 0
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Rapid City Stevens 15, Pierre 14
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Sioux Falls O’Gorman 49, Yankton 7
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Sioux Falls Roosevelt 25, Brandon Valley 20
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Sioux Falls Washington 48, Brookings 20
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Sisseton 53, Groton Area 20
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Spearfish 14, Huron 6
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St. Thomas More 20, Custer 7
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Sturgis 24, Aberdeen Central 0
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Sully Buttes 62, Northwestern Area 0
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Tea Area 49, Sioux Falls Christian 14

Timber Lake 48, Bison 28
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Todd County 54, St. Francis Indian School 14
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Tri-State 56, Florence/Henry 6

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 56, Marty Indian 6
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Viborg/Hurley 42, Menno 0
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Wagner 7, McCook Central/Montrose 0
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Watertown 29, Sioux Falls Lincoln 13
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Waverly-South Shore 30, Hamlin 20
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Webster 19, Deuel 0
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West Central 37, Lennox 0

White Lake/Plankinton 22, Mt. Vernon 6
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Winner 28, Belle Fourche 0
GAME REPORT

Wolsey-Wessington 26, Highmore-Harrold 6

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MONSTER PLAYER OF THE WEEK: AUSTIN RICHEY

Sunday, September 26th, 2010

There were some great individual performances in week 4:

Jake Weber (Rapid City Central Cobblers)—15 solo tackles

Brady Harkless (Hot Springs Bison)—172 yards rushing, nine tackles and two interceptions

Austin Brown (Harding County Ranchers)—three TDs and 175 yards passing

Jace Jenson (Harding County Ranchers)—last week’s Monster POTW had two TDs from 92 receiving yards

Taz Olson (Harding County Ranchers)—15 tackles, 117 yards rushing for three TDs

Skyler Huber (Lemmon/McIntosh Cowboys)—120 yards rushing for two TDs

Kevin Hunter (Little Wound Mustangs)—three TDs (in a 21-0 victory)

Austin Kudlock (Belle Fourche Broncs)—158 yards rushing and two TDs

Jake Sullivan (St. Thomas More Cavaliers)—19 completions for 234 yards passing

Wyatt Krogman (White River Tigers)—159 yards passing and two TDs

Adrian Munoz (Hill City Rangers)—136 yards rushing for three TDs

Alex Anderson (New Underwood Tigers)—132 yards rushing and two TDs

Zach Harter (Colome Cowboys)—four TDs and 182 yards rushing

Michael Rohde (Colome Cowboys)—99 rushing yards on 11 carries

Mat Braun (Gregory Gorillas)—116 yards rushing and four TDs

However, only one player can be recognized as a “Monster”, and this week’s Monster Player of the Week is Winner’s Austin Richey. Richey powered his way, ALL NIGHT LONG, for 102 yards and two TDs and two 2-point conversions in the Warriors hard fought 28-27 victory over the St. Thomas More Cavaliers. Congrats Austin! As a little tribute to Mr. Richey take a listen to the following: Click Here

Austin Richey, Monster Player of the Week!

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Gut Wagon

GUT WAGON REPORT: WEEK 4

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

THE MOST COMPLETE AGGREGATE OF SD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL AVAILABLE

If any scores are missing please let us know the results and we will add them to the report.

WEEK 4 SCORES:

Aberdeen Roncalli 61, Deuel 24

GAME REPORT

Alcester-Hudson 12, Baltic 6

GAME REPORT

Avon 50, Viborg/Hurley 29

GAME REPORT

Belle Fourche 20, Lead-Deadwood 0

GAME REPORT

Bennett County 43, Pine Ridge 0

GAME REPORT

Brandon Valley 24, Brookings 21

Canistota 54, White Lake/Plankinton 0

Canton 28, Tea Area 7

Castlewood 30, Deubrook 22

Chester 59, Parker 6

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 20, Red Cloud 14

Colome 52, South Central 7

GAME REPORT

Corsica/Stickney 52, Andes Central 16

GAME REPORT

Dell Rapids 48, Lennox 12

GAME REPORT

Dell Rapids St. Mary 42, Arlington 14

GAME REPORT

Dupree 54, Edgemont 14

GAME REPORT

Elk Point-Jefferson 31, Beresford 21

Elkton-Lake Benton 18, DeSmet/Iroquois 6

Estelline 28, Lake Preston 14

Faulkton 40, Warner 6

Flandreau 45, Parkston 6

GAME REPORT

Florence/Henry 46, Tiospa Zina Tribal 14

Gayville-Volin 42, Menno 14

GAME REPORT

Gregory 66, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 14

GAME REPORT

Hamlin 58, Waubay/Summit 20

Hanson 20, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 12

GAME REPORT

Harding County 53, Faith 0

GAME REPORT

Harrisburg 69, Douglas 7

Highmore-Harrold 36, Lower Brule 6

Hill City 38, St. Francis Indian 0

GAME REPORT

Hitchcock-Tulare 60, Sanborn Central 16

Hot Springs 12, Custer 0

GAME REPORT

Howard 61, Lyman 14

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Irene-Wakonda 26, Centerville 12

GAME REPORT

Kadoka Area 36, Jones County 8

Langford 53, Hoven/Edmunds Central 0

Lemmon/McIntosh 28, Timber Lake 6

GAME REPORT

Little Wound 21, Todd County 0

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McCook Central/Montrose 20, Sioux Falls Christian 10

GAME REPORT

Miller 54, Crow Creek 0

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Mitchell 30, Aberdeen Central 13

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Mobridge-Pollock 62, Stanley County 21

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Mt. Vernon 39, Marion 8

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Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 26, Colman-Egan 18

Pierre 28, Yankton 7

GAME REPORT

Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 29, Chamberlain 0

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Redfield/Doland 36, Groton Area 10

Sioux Falls Lincoln 43, Sturgis 15

GAME REPORT

Sioux Falls O’Gorman 52, Spearfish 7

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Sioux Falls Roosevelt 17, Rapid City Stevens 10

GAME REPORT

Sioux Falls Washington 54, Rapid City Central 7

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Sisseton 41, Britton-Hecla 0

Sully Buttes 37, Ipswich 12

GAME REPORT

Tri-Valley 14, Dakota Valley 7

Wagner 9, Bon Homme 0

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Wall 32, Philip 20

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Watertown 34, Huron 0

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Waverly-South Shore 52, Great Plains Lutheran 19

West Central 34, Madison 0

GAME REPORT

Webster 32, Clark/Willow Lake 6

White River 52, New Underwood 26

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Wilmot 12, Tri-State 7

Winner 28, St. Thomas More 27

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Wolsey-Wessington 28, Northwestern Area 6

GAME REPORT

Woonsocket/Wessington Springs 73, Sunshine Bible Academy 35

GAME REPORT

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You Make the Call!

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

Let’s see how well the Buzzard contingency knows High School Football rules. There are 2 “quiz” questions below:

1.  Play: Team B (the defense) intercepts a legal forward pass and returns it for a touchdown. Prior to the change of team possession, Team A (the offense) is flagged for a chop block (high/low combo block on the same player). Time expires in the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd quarter during the down.

A. TD for Team B. The penalty is declined.
B. Cancel the Score. Team A’s Ball after enforcement of the penalty for the Chop Block
C. TD for Team B. The penalty is enforced on the try.
D. TD for Team B. The penalty is enforced on the try or the next kickoff at the option of Team B.

2.  Play: Team A’s ball 4th & 8 on A’s 40. The snap goes over punter A8′s outstretched arms. While he is chasing the ball, a Team B defender holds a Team A “flyer” on A’s 45.  A8 recovers the ball, circles around and punts the ball from A’s 17.  Team B receiver catches the punt on B’s 47 and is downed on A’s 49.

A. The penalty is enforced from the previous spot; A’s ball, 1st & 10 @ the 50
B. The penalty is enforced from where the ball was kicked; A’s ball, replay 4th down @ A’s 27
C. The penalty is enforced from the spot of the foul; B’s ball, 1st down @ B’s 45
D. The penalty is enforced from the end of the kick; B’s ball, 1st down @ B’s 37

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UPSET SPECIALS OF THE WEEK?

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

As I look into my crystal ball I am seeing what could be some upset specials brewing. I won’t go all the way out on the limb and say there will be specific upsets but rather offer a few potential ones:

Upset Special #1: Sioux Falls O’Gorman Knights vs Rapid City Stevens Raiders

Sure the Knights have lost a game and the Raiders have not, but if you believe the Sports Writer’s poll the Knights are the better team. How many points for the Raiders is the long bus ride by the Knights worth? I say the first long bus ride between SF and RC is worth 10 points for the Raiders. Maybe that will help them knock down the Knights and finally shut up ER1?

Upset Special #2: Hot Springs Bison vs St. Thomas More

A lot of folks thought that the Bison would challenge for the Black Hills Conference crown this season. I still think they might, but they need to compete this week against STM if they hope to do so. The Harkless-led Bison got out of the gates slowly against winner and the long bus ride to Madison was not good for them either, but last week they showed their abilities against Belle Fourche. I like the Bison chances in this one.

As an aside, if the Hot Springs Bison played the Stanley County Buffalos how could you differentiate between the players?

Upset Special #3: West Central Trojans vs Belle Fourche Broncs

See comments in Upset Special #1 concerning long bus ride and effect on point spread. Last year the Broncs scared the bejeebers out of the Trojans in Hartford, only to lose their mojo in the second half. Can the Broncs close out strong this year? Are these the Broncs of old? Let’s hope so.

Upset Special #4: Colome Cowboys vs Corsica/Stickney

The Cowboys venture over the river and through the woods (get it-“stick”ney) to play the Comets this week. Both undefeated, both having demolished their opponents so far this season. I like the Zach Harter-led Cowboys’ chances in this one.

Does anyone else see any potential upsets on the horizon this week?

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BUZZ MEDIA THIS WEEK

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Our live coverage will begin tonight, Tuesday, with Douglas volleyball. On Friday we will have full audio/video of Chamberlain vs Douglas football. On Saturday we will have our weekly coaches show live from the Elk Vale McDonalds.

All live action can always be found here: http://sd1.sportsbuzzard.com/live

The full schedule and details follow:

Tuesday (6:30 p.m. MST)-Volleyball

Belle Fourche Broncs vs Douglas Patriots (video)

Friday (6:00 p.m. MST/7 p.m. CST)-Football

Chamberlain Cubs vs Douglas Patriots (audio/video)

Saturday (9:00 a.m. MST)

Football Coaches Show (audio)

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Gut Wagon

GUT WAGON REPORT: Week 1

Saturday, September 4th, 2010

Wow. What a great night of football. Given below is the most complete recap of action you will find anywhere in the state. Enjoy!

Aberdeen Central 28, Huron 14

Aberdeen Roncalli 27, Groton 7
GAME REPORT

Andes Central 48, Tripp-Delmont-Armour 6
GAME REPORT

Alcester-Hudson 12, Gayville-Volin 7

Bon Homme 34, Platte-Geddes/Dakota Christian 0
GAME REPORT

Brandon Valley 13, Yankton 6
GAME REPORT

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 38, Gregory 0

Britton-Hecla 27, Webster 0
GAME REPORT

Canistota 65, Parker 14
GAME REPORT

Castlewood 36, Lake Preston 0
GAME REPORT

Chester 44, Mt. Vernon 8
GAME REPORT

Colman-Egan 20, Estelline 6
GAME REPORT

Colome 42, Kimball 12

Corsica/Stickney 54, Irene-Wakonda 0
GAME REPORT

Crow Creek 44, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 8
GAME REPORT

Dakota Valley 25, Beresford 14

Dell Rapids 20, Canton 18

Dell Rapids St. Marys 40, Deubrook 26
GAME REPORT

DeSmet/Iroquois 38, Arlington 28
GAME REPORT

Douglas (WY) 38, Belle Fourche 6
GAME REPORT

Elk Point-Jefferson 33, Sioux Falls Christian 7

Eureka/Bowdle 66, Hoven/Edmunds Central 12
GAME REPORT

Faith 24, Dupree 12
GAME REPORT

Flandreau 28, McCook Central/Montrose 7

Freeman 36, Centerville 12
GAME REPORT

Garretson 38, Clark/Willow Lake 6
GAME REPORT

Gettysburg 28, Faulkton 0
GAME REPORT

Hamlin 48, Great Plains Lutheran 12
GAME REPORT

Hanson 30, Avon 6
GAME REPORT

Harding County 58, Newell 8
GAME REPORT

Hay Springs, Neb., 72, Oelrichs 6

Herreid/Selby Area 50, Timber Lake 0

Hitchcock-Tulare 42, Wolsey-Wessington 0
GAME REPORT

Howard 47, Marion 0

Kadoka Area 34, New Underwood 6
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Lemmon/McIntosh 40, Bison 14
GAME REPORT

Leola/Frederick 50, Ipswich 6
GAME REPORT

Madison 25, Hot Springs 16
GAME REPORT

Menno 48, Marty Indian 18
GAME REPORT

Miller 26, Sioux Valley 13
GAME REPORT

Mitchell 23, Brookings 6

Mobridge-Pollock 44, Hill City 0
GAME REPORT

Northwester 28, Langford 12
GAME REPORT

Philip 50, Jones County 6
GAME REPORT

Pine Ridge 16, Little Wound 12
GAME REPORT

R.C. Stevens 45, Spearfish 6
GAME REPORT

Sioux Falls Washington 38, Sioux Falls Lincoln 12
GAME REPORT

Sisseton 55, Deuel 0
GAME REPORT

South Central 13, Scotland 0
GAME REPORT

St. Thomas More 43, Lead-Deadwood 0
GAME REPORT

Sturgis 35, R.C. Central 21
GAME REPORT

Sully Buttes 54, Highmore-Harrold 0

Sunshine Bible Academy 40, Lower Brule 0

Tea Area 17, Lennox 14

Todd County 39, Red Cloud 0
GAME REPORT

Tri-State 51, Tiospa Zina Tribal 0
GAME REPORT

Tri-Valley 34, Harrisburg 7
GAME REPORT 

Valentine, Neb. 38, Chamberlain 6

Vermillion 24, South Sioux City, Neb. 21
GAME REPORT

Viborg/Hurley 67, Baltic 19
GAME REPORT

Warner 32, Sanborn Central 24
GAME REPORT

Wagner 49, Parkston 0
GAME REPORT

Watertown 13, Pierre 12

Waverly-South Shore 38, Grant-Deuel 32
GAME REPORT

West Central 54, Milbank 20
GAME REPORT

Wilmot 46, Florence/Henry 0
GAME REPORT

Winner 26, Stanley County 20 (OT)
GAME REPORT

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The Black Hills Conference: In a League of it’s Own

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

In recent years St. Thomas More has owned the Black Hills Conference. Time and time again teams would come along and challenge their stranglehold on league supremacy. This was evident two years ago when Belle Fourche won the league. The celebration in Belle Fourche, however, was short lived when the Cav’s traveled to Belle Fourche a week later and upset an undefeated and talented Bronc team on their way through the playoffs. The league wasn’t always dominated by one team. The 1980′s were a great decade to be a fan of the Black Hills Conference. The BHC was arguably one of the toughest and most balanced leagues in the state. No year was more evident of that then 1983. At that time the BHC was a multi-level league that had a AA team (AAA at the time), many A (AA at the time) teams , and even a class B school competing. You had the traditional powerhouse in Sturgis that was the largest school in the conference and was a consistent state qualifier in the state’s largest classification. It was not unusual for the Scoopers to beat RC Stevens and RC Central during the regular season or playoffs. You also had the large Class A schools in Belle Fourche and Spearfish who were very competitive and a talented Lead squad who could beat anyone on any given night. The surprise team of the league during this time frame was the Newell Irrigators. Newell had a good run of athletes and competed night in and night out. Newell didn’t win a lot of league games but after playing such a difficult league schedule they were a tough out during playoff time. During the 1983 season the Black Hills Conference had two teams playing for a state championship in Vermillion. Belle Fourche beat Milbank, who was coached by the legendary Kim Nelson, 20-13 and the following night the Scoops lost a difficult game to a good Brookings team. What many people don’t remember about that year, though, is that Newell lost to the Gregory Gorrilla’s in the semi-final game in the Class 11B playoffs. Think about it, if Newell had gotten into the State Championship game that year the BHC would have been represented by three teams. Pretty impressive when you consider it was an eight team league. Belle Fourche won the championship that year but only after getting beat 21-0 the previous year to Lennox. It took that learning experience of playing in the dome and understanding the magnitude of a state title in order for them to walk away with the trophy. Sturgis didn’t have that luxury. They played hard that night but lost to team that probably wasn’t as talented as they were. I’m sure that loss is a huge regret to many of the players on that team. As a young boy I remember watching Brett Burditt swallow up running backs from his middle linebacker position for the Sturgis Scoopers. I also remember watching Chris Gadsden run the option behind Jody Grubb churning out yard after yard. Or watching Bob Hannah run over would be tacklers from his tailback position for the Belle Fourche Broncs or seeing Lenny “Freight Train” Jones bust loose for the Golddiggers. Not only did the BHC have great players but they also had great coaches. Belle Fourche was led by Rick Swenson. Swenson is still the only coach to win a state championship for Belle Fourche. Down the road Mick Wysuph was starting his very successful coaching career in Sturgis that would eventually lead him to his own state championship where he led RC Stevens to a title in the 90′s. Dave Broadie, who coached for over thirty years in Douglas was another coaching legend that the league cultivated. He won his title in the mid 90′s. Those were wonderful days for the Black Hills Conference. I sometimes wonder with the addition of Spearfish getting back into the league starting in 2012 that maybe the league will find a better balance. I also wonder if maybe letting Sturgis back in would improve the other teams in the league as well. Maybe I’m just a little nostalgic but somedays I miss the old BHC.

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2010 WEST RIVER COLLEGE PLAYERS

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

Every season we update the team pages including a list of 2010 college football players. Before anyone gets their panties in a bunch, please realize the lists are as complete as we can make them based upon the rosters posted by each university.

We don’t try and differentiate between redshirts vs active players, if they are on the roster they make the list, if a coach says they are playing we add them to the list. So, if you notice that we have missed someone please let us know by sending an email to admin@sportsbuzzard.com

By the numbers……RCC has the most players on the list with 10. They are followed by STM with 9, Harding County with 7, and Lyman, Winner and Belle each with 5. What does this all mean? I’d be curious to hear what those out in buzzardland think.

The complete list of players is as follows:

11AA

DOUGLAS

Tarron Teeslink (SD Mines)
Blake Pirkl (Chadron)

RCC

Will Mechling (DWU)
Brit Jones (DWU)
Nathan Wetz (DWU)
Dimitri Fahey (DWU)
Jessie Holz (DWU)
James Hansen (DWU)
Chapman Ham (Chadron)
Allan Schmaltz (Chadron)
Brandon Gorsuch (USD)
Nick Purcell (SDSU)

RCS

Zac Zandstra (BHSU)
Chris Dell (BHSU)
Brandon Sachs (DWU)
Alex Ferdinand (Chadron)

SPEARFISH

Nick Olson (BHSU)
Tonn Tetrault (BHSU)

STURGIS

Shane Whidby (DSU)

11A/B

BELLE FOURCHE

Zach Grapenstine (SD Mines)
Colen Kling (SD Mines)
Francois Barnaud (DWU)
Mike Barnaud (DWU)
Alex Kling (SDSU)

BENNETT COUNTY

Austin Haynes (BHSU)
Clint Sasse (Chadron)

CUSTER

Shea Koch (Chadron)

HILL CITY

Ryan Gimbel (DSU)

HOT SPRINGS

Dustin Fischer (SD Mines)
Lucus Runyon (Dickinson)
Stephen Engebretson (Dickinson)

LEAD/DEADWOOD

Josh Thompson (DWU)

RED CLOUD

Wade O’Bryan (Dickinson State)

STANLEY COUNTY

Shane Pearson (Dickinson State)

STM

Cory Hartley (USF)
Nick Tolsma (DWU)
Dane Carlson (DWU)
Conor Casey (Chadron)
Jared Jacobson (NSU)
Chris Hurd (NSU)
Dustin Nowotny (USD)
Kevin Robb (USD)
Jeremiah Brewster (Mary)

WINNER

Jayd Knodell (BHSU)
Todd Sherman (SD Mines)
Eric Schueth (DWU)
Seth Daughters (SDSU)
Dalton Daughters (DWU)

9AA/A/B

COLOME

Josh Sherman (SD School of Mines)
Ethan Vobr (DSU)

GREGORY

Luke Whalen (BHSU)
Sterling Boylan (BHSU)
Bo Bearshield (USF)
Brock Sinclair (NSU)

HARDING COUNTY

Sam Olson (BHSU)
Jason Latham (DWU)
Trent Turbiville (BHSU)
Jarel Hafner (Dickinson State)
Heath Hafner (Dickinson State)
Dalmin Gibson (Dickinson State)
Hazer Burghduff (Dickinson State)
Dave Nelson (Trinity Bible)

KADOKA

Zane Riggins (NSU)

LEMMON/MCINTOSH

Joe Sackmann (Dickinson)

LYMAN

Reed Reuman (BHSU)
Thomas Walling (BHSU)
Brian Kemnitz (SD Mines)
Tyler Ollerich (USF)
Skyler Eriksen (DWU)

NEW UNDERWOOD

Clayton Schleusner (BHSU)

NEWELL

Sterling Boylan (BHSU)
Brandon Fox (Mary)

PHILIP

Karch Foley (SD Mines)
Lincoln Smith (NSU)
Troy Guptill (Mary)

WALL

Derick Eisenbraun (BHSU)
Conrad Kjerstad (SDSU)

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