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Lady Scotties defeat Kadoka Kougars

In a home match, the Philip Scottie varsity volleyball team defeated the Kadoka Area Lady Kougars 3-0. The final scores for the contest on Thursday, September 4, were 25-10, 25-8 and 25-9. The season record for the Lady Scotties is now 1-1.

Serving: Philip - 70 of 73, with 16 aces (non-returned serves). Individual leaders: Kenzy Pinney - 14 of 14 (4 aces), Abby Fitzgerald - 14 of 16 (5 aces), Colby Smith - 12 of 12 (1 ace), Sierra Hook - 13 of 14 (1 ace).

Serving: Philip - 26 of 28.


Philip's Cross Country at Faith Invitational

Third place at Faith ... The Philip varsity cross country girls passed many opponents. Shown in front, eighth grader Holly Iwan, followed by junior Emily Schofield and sophomore Jennifer Stangle. As a team, they edged out the “A” Mclaughlin team by two points to take third place. Courtesy photo

by Coach Ralph Kroetch

Philip Scotties traveled to Faith on September 6 on one day's rest to compete against some of the best "A" and "B" division cross country teams in central South Dakota.

Age, experience and an occasional influx of new blood seem to be a winning combination for improving the Philip team, as personal bests and team standings continue to improve.

In the junior varsity girls' race, Allison Pekron, in her second race, and Alaetra Evans, the team's running manager in her first race, were both medal winners. A.


Cross Country boys take first at Winner

by Coach Ralph Kroetch

The Philip Scotties began their 2008 cross country season on the Winner course. The low 70s temperatures and 15 mph breeze conditions were excellent for the Scotties' first test. The team members had put in 2,200-plus combined training miles through the summer and pre-competition.

Eighth grader Holly Iwan, who came in third last year, and seventh grader Allison Pekron ran in the girls' junior varsity race. It began with Lyman's Payton Tereau and Philip's H. Iwan leading the pack, with A. Pekron in mid-pack. H.


Friends of Library Golf Tourney

Lake Waggoner Golf Course hosted the Friends of the Library Golf Tournament on Sunday, September 7.

"Turnout for this four-player scramble was a bit low, but those who were there enjoyed a great day for golf and some good food," said tournament coordinator Jeff Rieckman. "The ladies from the Friends of the Library board did a great job of organizing workers and gathering pin prizes.


Philip High School Homecoming schedule

The 2008 Scottie Homecoming theme is "The Olympic Games." Call Pamela DeJong at 837-2003 with your group's or businesses' parade entry.

The extracurricular activities for Homecoming Week begin on Monday, September 15, with a cross country meet at White River beginning at 1:45 p.m. At 4:00 p.m., a junior high and junior varsity football game will be held in Wall. At 5:00 p.m., there will be a junior high volleyball game with New Underwood.

On Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 9:00 a.m., a FFA Great Plains Judging event will be held in Newell.


Cowgirl Jackpot Rodeo results

The Cowgirl Jackpot Rodeo was held on August 27, in Wall. The results include local contestants.

16 and under

All around: Kelsey Hostutler.

Break-away roping: 1st go; 1st - Kelsey Hostutler, 2nd - Kelsey Richter. 2nd go; 1st - Kelsey Hostutler.

Barrel racing: 1st go; 1st - Lissa Papousek, 2nd - Chelsie Shearer. 2nd go; 1st - Katie Hostutler, 2nd - Chelsie Shearer.

Pole bending: 1st go; 1st - Brooke Nelson, 2nd - Kelsey Hostutler. 2nd go; 1st - Kelsey Hostutler, 2nd - Brooke Nelson.

Goat tying: 1st go; 1st - Kelsey Richter.


Scotties trounce Jones Co. Coyotes 40-8

This Jones County Coyote (in blue & orange) was unable to gain any aid from his teammates as a pile of Scotties stop his momentum. The Scotties took their second win of the season at Murdo on Sept. 5th. They will host the Harding County Ranchers this Friday night in Philip.

The Philip Scotties traveled to Murdo on Friday, September 5, to challenge the Jones County Coyotes. In a lop-sided contest, Philip defeated Jones County 40 to 8. The season record for the Scotties is now 2-0.

Philip scored several times in the first quarter, first when Scottie's Casey Cvach rushed 26 yards into the endzone. Jeff O'Connell caught a Jeb Stewart pass and ran the ball in for the extra two conversion points. Later, Cvach carried the ball in 12 yards for another touchdown. The extra point attempt failed.


Jon Paul "J.P." Stovall

On July 7, 2008, a private family service was held for J.P. Stovall in Panama City, FL. J.P. passed away on July 6, 2008, after a six month battle with cancer.

J.P. was born on July 26, 1945, in Lamesa, TX, to Austin and Ola (Smooth) Stovall.

When he was a year old, he came from Texas with his parents and two brothers to Faith, SD, to relocate on a ranch with plenty of grass and then shipped the cattle by rail.

J.P.'s father, Austin, and his uncle, John, purchased and owned an interest, along with Rich Miller, on a place owned by V.D.


Jiggs O'Connell

Funeral services for Jiggs O'Connell, 85, of Dickinson were held Saturday, September 6, at the Belfield Lutheran Church, Belfield, ND, with Pastor Roger Dieterle officiating.

A service was held Monday, September 8, at the First Lutheran Church in Philip, SD with burial to follow in the Masonic Cemetery, Philip, SD.

Jiggs passed away Wednesday, September 3, 2008, at St. Luke's Home, his home since April 2000 as a result of Alzheimer's.

Jiggs was born October 1, 1922, on a ranch at Pedro, SD.


Kenneth Wilson

Kenneth Wilson, age 84 of Kadoka, SD, died September 5, 2008, at the Kadoka Nursing Home.

Visitation will be held 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 11, at the Rush Funeral Chapel in Kadoka, and one hour preceding the services at the church on Friday.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, September 12, at the Presbyterian Church in Kadoka, with Pastor Gary McCubbin officiating.

Music will be provided by Jean Weller, pianist, with congregational hymns. Ushers will be Russ and Bud Olney.