The Tigers rose to the occasion with a second-place finish at the Ipswich Invitational cross country meet on Saturday. With Blaise Thompson taking eighth, Kamron Pearman 10th and Remmington Ford 11th, the Tigers scored 17 points. They were bested only by Ipswich with 11 points. Dylan Mollman of McIntosh won the race at 17:17.66. Maxwell Geditz led hometown Ipswich, coming […]
Once-beaten Groton Area overpowered the Lady Tigers in a 3-0 match at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. The Lady Tigers stayed close in the first two sets, but Groton Area pulled away to win 25-19 and 25-20. In the third set, the visitors completely took over scoring 20 straight points in a 25-5 win. Jennie Doeden, Groton Area’s 5’11” […]
The candidates for Mobridge-Pollock Homecoming royalty are: (back from left) king candidates, Jalen Hitland, son of Michael and Holly Hitland, Isaac Olson, son of Jon and Jill Olson, Noah Fried, son of Chris and Mary Fried, and Braxton Albers, son of Rhett and Suzanne Albers; (front from left) queen candidates, Hannah Stroeder, daughter of Eric and Karrie Stroeder, Genevieve Krause, […]
A Mobridge business will be among those honored as Gov. Dennis Daugaard recognizes individuals and employers for their contributions to the rehabilitation and employment of South Dakotans with disabilities. Burger King of Mobridge will be honored as the Outstanding Private Employer (Small Employer). The 2018 Governor’s Awards ceremony will be held on Sept. 25, in the Capitol Rotunda at 500 […]
The Lady Tigers accomplished two things in Eureka on Tuesday. They won their first match of the year and they avenged a loss to the Patriots last season. The Lady Tigers jumped out to a 7-1 lead in the first set and controlled most of the night to beat the Patriots 25-10, 26-24, 25-13 for their first win of the […]
Herreid/Selby Area improved its early-season record to 6-0 with a 3-0 win over the Lady Tigers at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. The undefeated Wolverines outscored the Lady Tigers at a three-to-two pace all night, winning 25-15, 25-14, 25-15. Coach Rose Henderson thought the Lady Tigers’ performance against the Wolverines was an improvement over the way they played on […]
It is good news for most of South Dakota as the annual pheasant surveys show the states most prized hunting resource has rebounded a bit in 2018. A year after devastating drought took its toll on the pheasant population, a welcomed relief to drought and a wide spread rebound in pheasant abundance occurred in 2018, the 100th pheasant season. The […]
The Mobridge Volunteer Fire Department were called to this vehicle fire about 5 p.m., Friday, Aug. 17, at the Country Cabins and R.V. Park west of Mobridge on U.S. Highway 12. The firefighters were on the scene for about a half an hour. The vehicle was destroyed but no one was injured in the fire.
Justin Gray Eagle tries to avoid a ball thrown by Avery Sitting Dog during a session of sit down tag ball on the first day of school at Freeman Davis. Justin is the son of Damon and Amber Gray Eagle and Avery son of William Sitting Dog and Cheyenne White Bull.
Just when it looked like the visiting Pheasants had taken momentum and were going to tie the game or take over the lead, Reese Cerney picked off a pass and raced 101 yards to the end zone, setting up the Tigers’ 20-6 win over Redfield/Doland at Tiger Stadium on Friday. “That play was awesome,” said coach Paul Goehring. “I’m proud […]