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Remembering

Area residents, friends, family and classmates gathered on North Main Street on Sunday to remember Emily Holzer, who died in an accident last week. Two other Mobridge-Pollock students injured in the accident, Trenton Two Hearts and Sarah Cox, were also thought of during the release.

Third-ranked Winner hands Lady Tigers first loss

The Lady Tigers stuck right with third-ranked Winner for one set but could not keep up and dropped a 3-0 match to the Warriors at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Monday. The Warriors beat the Lady Tigers 25-23, 25-13, 25-9. “Winner kept us on our heels,” said coach Rose Henderson. “They were aggressive serving and hitting, and we couldn’t get […]

Royalty

Mobridge-Pollock 2020 Homecoming Royalty, King Bryston Goehring and Queen Victoria Vogel, celebrate their coronation Tuesday, Sept. 22. Bryston is the son of Paul and Candida Goehring and Victoria is the daughter of Aaron Vogel, all of Mobridge. Homecoming activities continue with a parade and pep rally on Friday and the football game with Sisseton Friday evening. The parade route has […]

Candidates

The 2020 Mobridge-Pollock Homecoming royalty candiates are (back from left) Trace Cerney, son of James and Amy Cerney; Zane Reinert, son of Kallyn Reinert; Caden Eisemann, son of Corey and Kristi Eisemann; Bryston Goehring, son of Paul and Candida Goehring; and  Gabe Jerome, son of Mike and Michelle Jerome. Front (from left) Kate Fulkerson, daughter of Robert and Sarah Fulkerson;  […]

Delicious

Fireman Dave Guggolz loads plates with sausage for Missy Wientjes and her kids at the annual Mobridge Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department pancake breakfast fundraiser that was held at the fire hall on Sunday, Sept. 13. All proceeds of the fundraiser go to help pay for vehicles and equipment for the department.

Tigers answer questions, run roughshod over Cavaliers

As it is with every team, some questions were arising with the Tiger football team. Namely, how would they respond to early adversity, could they run the ball with authority, and could they take the ball on long drives. All three were answered in the Tigers’ 48-14 win over Aberdeen Roncalli at Swisher Field in Aberdeen on Friday. The early […]

Lady Tigers sweep Lady Panthers, Titans; improve to 8-0

The Lady Tigers stayed hot with a 3-0 over Timber Lake in Timber Lake on Tuesday. The Lady Tigers won the first and third sets by matching 25-17 scores. In between, they pulled away for a 25-14 win in the second set. The Lady Tigers used a 26-kill, 15-ace offense to control the match and run their record to 8-0. […]

Lady Tigers run record to 4-0 with first road win

Taking to the road for the first time this season did not slow the Lady Tigers’ hot start as they defeated North Central 3-0 in Eureka on Tuesday. The Lady Tigers outscored the Thunder 25-13, 25-22, 25-20. “It was a good win,” said coach Rose Henderson. “North Central is a very scrappy team that never gave up on a play. […]

Tiger defense shines in 50-0 win over Lead-Deadwood

On a night when the Tigers’ high-flying offense was not soaring early, the defense stepped up and led the way to a 50-0 win over Lead-Deadwood in Deadwood on Friday. “The defense made some plays,” said coach Paul Goehring. “We always had a short field, which makes it easier to score.” The Tiger defense set the stage for the first […]

Olson second, Thompson 20th at Redfield cross country

Heidi Olson raced to second place at the Redfield Invitational cross country meet at Fisher Grove Country Club in Redfield on Thursday. Olson ran the course in 16.88 minutes for her second-place finish. In the 84-runner field, only Ashlyn Batchelor of Milbank was faster, winning the race in 16.21 minutes. Olson is two-for-two in medaling after winning the title at […]


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