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Dickinson Tournament challenges Philip Scottie wrestlers

Scottie wrestler Bo Slovek

The Philip wrestlers traveled to the Dickinson Tournament on Friday and Saturday, December 16-17.

Several Scottie wrestlers have already been tentatively placed in the State’s Class B Ratings. In the 103 pound division, Troy Guptill was ranked twelfth; in the 112 weight class - Jordan Smith - seventh; 152 - Bo Slovek - second; 171 - Lincoln Smith - ninth; 189 - Kent Bucholz - third.


Lady Scotties win one, lose one on the road

Aggressiveness is key … Lindsay Mann is going to get this shot off, no matter what, if her expression is any indication. The Lady Scotties traveled to Stanley Co. last Thursday night, Dec. 15, losing to the Lady Buffs by a score of 57-45.

The Lady Scotties were defeated by the Stanley County Buffs on Thursday, December 15, in Fort Pierre 45-57.

Philip 8 24 39 45

Stanley County 11 27 42 57

Philip scorers were: Sarah Foland and Bailey Bergesen - 2 each, Kaylee Nelson and Jodi Williams - 3 each, Sierra Hook 4, Lindsay Mann 9, Kenzy Pinney 18.

Stanley County scorers were: Kaitlin Fisher 1, Julie Gray 5, Lindsey Rogers and Loni McQuistion - 7 each, Kelsey Hanson 10, Marissa Jacobsen 13, Sam Ostarello 15.

Three-point goals; Pinney, McQuistion, Jacobsen, Ostarello.

Field goal percentag


Scotties win one, lose one on the road

Good for two … Scotties guard Michael Westerberg, 35, makes good on a jump shot at Stanley Co. last Thursday evening, Dec. 15, in a hot contest against the Buffaloes. Although they had a valiant attempt, the Scotties could not pull off the win. Photo by Kelly Penticoff

The Philip boys’ basketball team traveled to Fort Pierre to challenge the Stanley County Buffalos on Thursday, December 15. The challenge was answered, and was bested by only three points.


Jeff Willert, NFR 2005 World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider

With a smile, Willert autographed pictures for about an hour and a half, including one for his lifetime friend Linda Smith, before his welcome-home program. Program speakers included calf-roping champion Paul Tierney, stock contractors Jim & T.J. Korkow, and Tommy Tibbitt who introduced rodeo as South Dakota's official sport.

Once upon a time there was a little cowboy …

A childhood dream turned to gold on Sunday, December 11, when Jeff Willert, a 23-year-old cowboy, put Belvidere back on the map after winning the title of 2005 Wrangler World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider.

After 10 days of eight-second intense rodeo action Willert earned the world title, finishing top in the money with $278,168.74 and placing fourth in the average. He went into the NFR with $159,538.93 and in 10 days he earned another $118,629.81 to set a new earning record for a single year.


Jeff Willert, NFR 2005 World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider

Jeff Willert autographing his poster.

Once upon a time there was a little cowboy …

A childhood dream turned to gold on Sunday, December 11, when Jeff Willert, a 23-year-old cowboy, put Belvidere back on the map after winning the title of 2005 Wrangler World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider.

After 10 days of eight-second intense rodeo action Willert earned the world title, finishing top in the money with $278,168.74 and placing fourth in the average. He went into the NFR with $159,538.93 and in 10 days he earned another $118,629.81 to set a new earning record for a single year.


Haakon School District finishes up calendar year

The last meeting of the 2005 calendar year for the School Board for Haakon School District 27-1 Board was short and simply closed up official paperwork.

A routine audit scheduled for this coming spring will include last school year as well as this school year. The board scrutinized and approved this last months’ financial report.

Career lane changes for several staff members were noted and corrected for the official record. Volunteer coaches for basketball and wrestling were officially approved for legality sake.


Midland to co-op all school sports in 2006-07 season

The Midland School Board has decided to co-op all of its school sports.