After combining for more than 1,350 yards and 28 touchdowns receiving, twins Bryston and Braden Goehring were named first team to the 2020 Class 11B All-State Football Team. Fellow seniors Cayden Eisemann and Trace Cerney were named honorable mention. Bryston Goehring, a two-year starter on offense and three-year starter on defense, was a touchdown machine this year, scoring 16 touchdowns […]
After running roughshod through the conference, six Tigers were named first team and two more were named honorable mention to the 2020 All-Northeast Conference Football Team. Named first team were seniors Trace Cerney, Cayden Eisemann, Braden Goehring, Bryston Goehring, Zane Reinert, and sophomore Aiden Schoenhard. Cerney and Braden Goehring are on the first team for the second straight year. Bryston […]
The 2020 Mobridge Snow Queen Pageant, sponsored by the Mobridge Lions Club, was held Saturday, Nov.14. Pictured is the Queen’s Court (back from left) Senior Snow Queen second runner-up Channing Wientjes, daughter of Ross and Keri Wientjes; Senior Snow Queen Miss Congeniality and first runner-up Kate Fulkerson, daughter of Bob and Sarah Fulkerson; and Mobridge Snow Queen Callie Weisbeck, daughter of […]
Vehicles lined up Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the Mobridge South Dakota National Guard Armory with residents waiting to be tested for COVID-19. The mass testing is a joint effort between the South Dakota Department of Health, South Dakota National Guard and Office of Emergency Management and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
With a tall front line leading the way, Hamlin defeated the Lady Tigers 3-0 in Hayti on Tuesday in the SoDak 16. The Chargers beat the Lady Tigers 25-13, 25-20, 25-14. At times, the Chargers had a front line where every player was 5’10” or taller. That advantage led to the Chargers recording 45 kills in three sets. Hamlin led […]
The defending state champion Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan Seahawks took over in the first quarter and ran away with a 46-0 over the Tigers in the Class 11B semifinals in Bridgewater on Friday. “We ran into a buzzsaw, definitely,” said coach Paul Goehring. “The better team won, but they’re not 46-0 better than us. We didn’t play very well.” High winds were a […]
Facing their biggest test of the year, the Tigers passed with flying colors, defeating St. Thomas More 20-9 at Tiger Stadium on Thursday in the Class 11B quarterfinals. “You have no idea how proud I am of these guys,” said coach Paul Goehring. “Before the game I asked them, ‘What are we going to do if we lose somebody? What […]
Trick or treating in the social distancing era took some engineering work. At the home of Jill and Tom Forbes, a treat chute was constructed. Jill (left) delivered the treats from the top of the chute, while the kids gathered the bounty at the bottom.
The Wayne Schmidt house on 10th Avenue West was engulfed in flames early Wednesday afternoon. The house was an important part of Mobridge history. Built in 1910, it was the Westside School until 1928 when General Beadle Elementary was completed. The building was then sold to Northwest Lutheran Academy and moved to the present location.
Volunteers with shovels and plows worked together on Thursday, Oct. 22 to remove the heavy snow from the football field at Tiger Stadium. The play-off game between the Mobridge-Pollock Tigers and Aberdeen Roncalli Cavaliers was postponed until Friday due to the weather conditions. The Tigers defeated Roncalli to move on to the second round against St. Thomas Moore on Thursday. […]