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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
Outgoing load part of Philip substation upgrade Quinn landmark burns to the ground
by Laurie Hindman In the early morning hours of Friday, January 6, Rapid City Dispatch received a 911 call at 2:25 a.m. stating that the Two Bit Saloon and Steakhouse in Quinn located along Highway 14 was on fire. Dispatch notified the Wall Volunteer Fire Department of the fire and they were on scene quickly. The structure that was on fire was built in 1959 by Gail Tenneyson and called the Quinn Bar. Tenneyson served in the military and was stationed in Germany in 1945. He managed an enlisted men’s club on the base according to his brother George. Franny Tenneyson said that Gail purchased Ben’s Place which was located uptown in Quinn. Gail had to have a partner since he wasn’t 21 yet. Jim Merrill who was his brother-in-law obtained the liquor license and when Tenneyson turned 21 he bought Merrill out. For 25 years Gail and Franny had the bar until Reece Williams walked in and wrote Gail a check for the business. Gail walked out and never looked back. The bar has changed hands many times until Kevin and Jan Wenzel bought the Two Bit from Floyd Kjerstad about five years ago. The saloon and steakhouse is known for its warm atmosphere, weekday evening specials and the best steaks around. Unfortunately during the early morning hours of Friday, January 6, the building and all of its contents went up in flames. Fire departments from Wall, Interior, Philip, New Underwood, Rapid Valley, Box Elder, Ellsworth
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Number 21 Volume 106 January 12, 2012
Business gone ... Smoke filled the air as the Two Bit Saloon in Quinn burned to the ground on Friday, January 6. Photos by Ann Clark
Humongous load going down the road ... The Basin Electric transformer at the WAPA-owned Philip substation is headed for reconditioning and use in the oil developing area of Watford City, N.D. Loading was done by two cranes working in unison. At 195,000 pounds and a road height of almost 18 feet, it will have to go on a round-about trip of approximately 1,100 miles, instead of about 400 miles, because of road height and weight restrictions. The transformer was first brought from near the Frank and Marie Mortellaro ranch to the C.K. and Pam Dale property on Highway 73, where it has been waiting since October for the North Dakota road conditions to dry out. The perimeter rail semi truck has 13 axles and a steerable perimeter. The transformer’s breakers, auxiliary equipment, other pieces and parts, and 12,100 gallons of anti-conducting mineral oil were not part of this load. Photo by Del Bartels
by Del Bartels The transformer at the Philip electricity substation several miles north of Philip has been temporarily taken out of service. The substation is owned by Western Area Power Administration, but Basin Electric has its own equipment, including the transformer, inside that station. According to Daryl Hill, spokesman for Basin Electric headquartered out of Bismarck, N.D., the company is currently rerouting power. “That’s pretty common in the utility industry,” said Hill. The 100MVA transformer will be replaced with a 200MVA transformer. The new unit will have twice the electrical capacity of the old one. It is on order and should be delivered some time next month. The old transformer was first moved in October from near the Frank and Marie Mortellaro ranch to the C.K. and Pam Dale property on Highway 73. Dales have enough approach and turn-around space for rigs big enough for this kind of load. The transformer has been stored on beams and steel plates, waiting for the road conditions in North Dakota to dry out. According to Hill, when the old transformer arrives in the Watford City/Williston, N.D. area, it will be reconditioned and put into service assisting with the electricity needs of oil development and extending the Basin Electric infrastructure for new building and construction. The transformer weighs 195,000 pounds, according to Toby Kippes of Jerke Crane Service, which used two cranes in unison to load the unit onto the truck. With this weight with a road height of almost 18 feet, the load will have to go on a carefully chosen round-about trip of approximately 1,100 miles, instead of about 400 miles, because of road height and weight restrictions. The perimeter rail semi truck required for the job has 13 axles and a steerable perimeter. Loading began at 10:00 a.m. January 4, and the truck and its pilot vehicles pulled out at 6:30 a.m. January 5. A different truck will later take the beams and steel plates that were used to hold the unit off of the ground. Hill said that the unit normally weighs 260,000 pounds, with its breakers, auxiliary equipment, other pieces and parts, and the 12,100 gallons of mineral oil inside. The mineral oil has a “high dielectric insulation value,” which means it not only helps keep the unit cool, but reduces electrical arcing.
Aftermath ... The Two Bit Saloon as seen on Friday, January 6. The building was destroyed by a fire that started in the early morning hours.
Air Force Base, North Haines, Pennington County Search and Rescue, Pennington County Fire Marshal and Pennington County Sheriff’s Department were called in to contain the fire and to prevent it from spreading due to the dry conditions of the country side. Pennington County Fire Administrator Denny Gorton stated at this time they have not determined (continued on page 2)
Chamber to again hold street dance, rather than larger concert, for 2012
Briggs takes helm of county commission
by Nancy Haigh Along with reorganizing for the new year, the Haakon County Board of Commissioners discussed a vehicle and help for the department of equalization and register of deeds and emergency management details. Kevin Pfeifle, director of equalization, and Traci Radway, register of deeds, discussed with the board staffing issues in their offices, Radway noted that at times she is two weeks behind in her duties. She said it shouldn’t be that way, especially when some of the items are time sensitive. She added that it was hard for her to take time off. Radway said she has had offers from people to come in and help, but she needs to be able to train someone to do more than just answer the phone and take messages. She said it took her two to three years as a part-time deputy to learn everything and that there are a lot of legal issues to deal with. Pfeifle said he had recently been audited by the department of revenue the first part of November. “They are not happy,” he said. “I know I’m two months behind.” He said the report made him feel very inadequate. Pfeifle said he put in a lot of hours for the rest of November trying to catch up. “I didn’t get caught up, but I did get closer,” he said. “I can’t work like that. I’m not willing to work fifty hours a week.” Pfeifle approached the commissioners again about selling the public information from his office. He said he has had calls from people wishing to purchase copies of his books. All the material is public record, he said. One person was willing to pay one dollar for each copy, which Pfeifle estimated would bring in about $2,500. “I’m willing to sell this to bring in a little extra money to bring in some help,” said Pfeifle. Commissioner Steve Clements said he was not in favor of selling the list. “I’m trying to help,” said Pfeifle. “I don’t think .... I don’t know how long I can keep doing this. It’s public record. I have to give it to them if they come in.” Radway said a company will put the data together, the property assessments and selling prices. She was not sure what the company then did with the data. Commissioner Rita O’Connell said she also was not in favor of giving out the information but asked since it was public record, would it be okay for the county to make money on the proposal. Pfeifle said he didn’t like it either, but he did know of other counties that have sold the data. Clements said that the $2,500 wasn’t going to solve the problem and it would just upset the people. O’Connell and Commissioner Nick Konst said they didn’t like having the county employee do the work of copying and using county time for that amount of money to be brought in. The board set aside $6,500 for Pfeifle in the 2012 budget for part time help for his office. They decided for him to use that and not sell the records. Pfeifle asked the board about a car or mileage for his personal vehicle. He said he could use his own vehicle, but not for 37 cents per mile, which is the rate the county reimburses. The board discussed the possibility of a gas card for him to use or possibly purchasing a low cost used vehicle. Lola Roseth, Haakon County emergency manager, informed the board that the state office of emergency management decided to break the state’s four emergency management regions into six. This would place Haakon County in a region that Roseth said would include more travel expenses for her and thus the county. Haakon County, along with Jackson and Bennett counties had been in a region that included the western tier of counties. The meetings had been (continued on page 2)
Chamber ... Above, Branden West updated the members in attendance at the
January 9 Philip Chamber of Commerce meeting on the future hopes of the Philip Roping Association and the Matched Bronc Ride. Below, Glenn Parsons displays the plaque that he accepted as a representative of the Philip chamber. The recognition came from the Verendrye Museum, the sponsor of the 2011 Historic Bad River Trail Scotty Philip Memorial Ride that started in Philip and concluded in Fort Pierre. Photos by Del Bartels by Del Bartels The members of the Philip Chamber of Commerce began the new year under the facilitation of President Brit Miller and Vice President Matt Griffin. Matt Reedy continues on as the treasurer. The well-attended meeting Monday, January 9, entertained lengthy discussion on the future hopes of facility improvements for the annual matched bronc ride. Branden West and Beau Ravellette have contacted the city of Rapid City, which will rent transportable bleachers for $150 per set for five days. The currently used bleachers, with additional rented ones, could fill three audience sides of the roping arena. West stated that he needed to know the plans of the chamber whether it was going to hold a street dance or full-blown, bigname concert. “What are we willing to go for, what do we want? We’ve decided that we are going to do something else then Dustin Evans, some other quality band,” said West. After the members discussed many avenues of possibilities, Reedy made a motion for a roll call vote whether the chamber was going to go with something similar to what it has done for the last few years, or if a far larger concert would be planned for 2012. A street dance will be held downtown for Philip Festival Days. The chamber wants to support the matched bronc ride, but over several years. “If we do a $1,200 concert and we have a wreck, we can still work toward five years (of helping support and improving the matched bronc ride). If we do a $35,000 concert and it fails, we are done. As is, the only one that has anything to lose here is the bronc ride,” said Reedy. West thanked the members, now knowing the direction that will be taken for at least this year. In other business, the chamber will finalize during its next meeting the details of a fundraiser fun night for some Saturday evening in March. Instead of a hard membership drive, the chamber has found that the soft-sell of a casino fun night interests more current and potential members. Mike and Marcia West pointed out that the city of Philip has undergone a voter redistricting. “I think this could be one of the most important elections in recent times. It needs to be younger people,” said Marcia West. Mike West said, “The city runs the city, but the chamber is all the businesses. Without the businesses the city wouldn’t exist. It’s very important on who is running the city, to be very progressive. We’d better get involved because of the tremendous turnover.” Ron Larson, previous chamber president, cautioned, “A businessman in office can get crucified.” Mike West agreed, being a former mayor and former Philip businessman, but he encouraged the chamber, “Find someone in your ward who you want in office.” The next meeting for the Philip Chamber of Commerce will be Monday, February 13, at 7:00 p.m. at The Steakhouse.
City employees get three percent raise, dog ordinances to be enforced
by Del Bartels The Philip City Council quickly approved the annual resolutions, appointments and reviews during its first meeting in 2012, Tuesday, January 3. The council members then addressed the salaries for city employee and the old business of dog ordinances. After an executive session, the council approved a three percent across-the-board increase for all city employees. This raise did not include the mayor and the council members. The continuing topic of dogs as nuisances within the city limits was closed when the council unanimously agreed that the laws already in the books are sufficient. Those laws will be enforced throughout the city limits. Any unlicensed dog not on the property of the owner or caretaker will be picked up by the authorities and held for 48 hours. If the dog is not claimed and licensed, the dog will be put down. Licenses are one dollar for male or spayed dogs and two dollars for female dogs. Dog licenses include the tag that must be worn by the animal. Dogs that constantly bark or cause physical concern of citizens may be reported by citizens, and will be investigated by the authorities. The council kept the First National Bank in Philip as the official depository for the city, the Pioneer Review as its official newspaper and the previous seven paid holidays for city employees. The council kept the wording of its official anti-discrimination resolution. All penalties, fines and fees, and all city rates and fees remain the same as last year’s. The total average balance in 2011 for the four city accounts – general fund, water fund, sewer fund and garbage fund – was $1,574,394. Bills pending since the year-end special meeting, Thursday, December 29, totaled $33,464.33. The council weighed the current pass rate for the swimming pool against three suggested options. Complimenting the city’s new pool and its operation, Mayor John Hart said, “We are open a whole lot more than we used to be.” Finance Officer Monna Van Lint pointed out that none of the options would cover what it costs to operate the pool. Last year the facility brought in $6,761, topping 2009, the last year before the pool was rebuilt, by over $2,270. Total expenses in 2011 for the new pool and its operation, for its 100-day season, came to over $644 per day. For the 2012 season, a daily pool pass will remain at $3 per person. A season pass for an individual will stay at $55. A season pass for two people from the same household will be $75, with those individuals listed on the pass in order to stop any rotation of people on the same pass. Three pool attendees from the same household will be charged $100. Four or more swimmers from the same household will be charged a maximum of $125 for the pool season. The monthly report by the Philip Police Department showed 47 official calls, 21 warnings and two citations issued. The time of officers (continued on page 2) In last week’s Pioneer Review the sewer rate, based on water usage, was inadvertently in error. The charge, after meeting the minimum, is .003 cents for the extra gallons up to 10,000 gallons. After that it is an additional .0015 cents per gallon. This applies to both city users and non-city users. The fee for city users up to the first 2,000 gallons is $15.50, and for those outside city limits it is $31. The sewer rates are calculated based on the average water consumption for the months of January, February and March of each year. Once this average is determined, the rates are then applied and the user is billed that amount monthly until the next averaging cycle.
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= Obituaries =
Orville Sandal_________________________________
Creek Community north of Kadoka. He received his education at a rural school near their farm. As a young man he worked on the family farm and for neighbors in the area. Orville was united in marriage to Agnes Johnson on August 28, 1938, in Custer. Orville and his brother served in the United States Army during WWII. They both served as cooks in North Africa and elsewhere. After his honorable discharge, he returned to Kadoka. He held various jobs in Kadoka until 1956, when he began working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service until retiring in 1976. He continued to help local farmers and ranchers with predator control. Orville invented a device for spreading prairie dog bait that was mounted on a four-wheeler. He received an incentive award from the U.S. government for this. Survivors include his niece, Tennie Riggs and her husband, Gary, of Capitan, N.M.; special friends, Glenn and Normaleen VandeGarde of Kadoka; and a host of other relatives and friends. Orville was preceded in death by his wife, Agnes, on February 19, 2008; his parents; and his brother, Faner Sandall. Funeral services were held Friday, January 6, at the Concordia Lutheran Church in Kadoka, with Pastor Art Weitschat officiating. Music was provided by Beverly Berry, organist, Jean Weller, pianist, and Lyndy Ireland, vocalist. Ushers were Merle Stilwell and Veryl Prokop. Pallbearers were Baxter Hogan, Larry Parkinson, Kenny Ireland, Jerry Stilwell, Paul Otis and Jerry Baldwin. Interment was at the Kadoka Cemetery. A memorial has been established. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com (Family Features) In 2012, millions of people will make a vow to lose weight or start a fitness plan, but many will lose the motivation it takes to sustain a fit and active lifestyle within just a few weeks. With the right tools and support though, finding motivation to stay fit can be a snap. Father, New York Times BestSelling Author, and “Extra” TV host Mario Lopez finds his motivation to stay fit using the techniques of his personal trainer, Jimmy Pena. Now, Pena wants to help people keep their fitness vows using the same techniques by offering these simple tips to maintain motivation all year long: Start Small – If you havenít been active in a long time, donít stress your muscles by doing too much too fast. Start slowly by taking the stairs or squeezing in a 20-minute jog on your lunch break. Build Up Endurance – Track your progress and continue to build upon your exercise activities ñ whether you’re running or jogging a route, walking a path, biking, swimming or weight training ñ to push yourself a little farther each week. Grab a Partner – “You can improve exercise performance by having a partner who pushes you to your limits. But if you prefer to workout solo, the built-in audio trainer in the new MOTOACTV from Motorola can provide motivation. It’s like having a personal trainer right in your ear,” says Pena. The new device tracks fitness stats including time, distance, heart rate and even calories burned. Then, upload your workout to www.motoactv.com to analyze the performance data tracked by the device – and challenge your friends to beat your latest stats. “A little competition can be a big motivator,” explains PeÒa. Mix it Up – It’s important to make a fitness schedule and stick to it, but that doesn’t mean doing the same routine over and over. To stay motivated, try changing your workout. From walking to running to cycling, you can always find a new activity to challenge yourself ñ and you can bring MOTOACTV with you. Sweat-proof and rain-resistant, this device also features a scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass display. You can wear it on your wrist, clip it to your shirt, or purchase a mount to attach it to your bike during an outdoor ride, making it easy to change up your activities to keep you interested (sold separately). Turn Up the Volume – “Music is key for most of my clients. When theyíre running out of steam, the right song can help put them on track to meet their fitness goals,” says Pena. Creating playlists of different music that keeps you moti-
January 12, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Stay motivated all year with these easy fitness tips
Orville Sandall, age 97 of Kadoka, died Tuesday, January 3, 2012, at the Kadoka Nursing Home. Orville Sandall was born February 5, 1914, in Kadoka, the son of Carl and Ida (Singer) Sandall. He grew up on a farm in the South
Milesville News
by Janice Parsons • 544-3315
What gorgeous weather we're having! It surely doesn't feel or look like the past two winters. The temperature reached 60˚ last Wednesday and on Thursday it was 68˚. We're thankful for every nice day, it gets us closer to spring. A shower for EmmyLee, daughter of Brennen and Joni Parsons, will be held Saturday afternoon, January 21, see ad for details. Marcia Eymer hosted the January meeting of the Community Club Tuesday night. Seven members answered roll call with a special memory of our past Christmas. Members included Marcia, Karen Carley, Donna Staben, Tina Staben, Gayla Piroutek, Erin Hovland and Janice Parsons. Plans were made to host a birthday party for Mary Pekron, January 18, at the Senechal dining room at 2:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come. We listened to an audio CD by Kitty Werthmann entitled "My Life Under National Socialism and Communism". I think we're headed in that direction more and more, losing more of our freedom that we take for granted. Dan and Gayla Piroutek enjoyed an evening of card games at the Billy and Arlyne Markwed home last Thursday. Helping the Leo Pattons cut up meat on January 2 were Gary Stephenson, Kay Ainslie, Ralph and Carol Kroetch, Irene Patton, Bob, April and Kaitlyn Knight and Bob's friend, Marg, and the Jim Stangle family. On January 7, John Legler from Kansas City came to the Pattons to visit and do some deer hunting. Accompanying him were Linda and Ben Stangle, Gary Stephenson, Bob, April and Kaitlyn Knight and friend, Marg, and her son. The same crew, plus Jim Stangle also hunted Sunday and butchered two beefs. Ladies from St. Mary's Catholic Church entertained at the Philip Nursing Home Friday. There for the afternoon were Linda Stangle, Karen Carley, Abby Carley and son, Wace, Donna King, and Andrea Carley and daughter, Millie. Jim and Lana Elshere stayed at the J.J. Elshere home Friday night. Early Saturday morning, Jim, J.J. and Lindsay left for Denver for a match bronc ride. Joining them were Don and Linda (Elshere) Connor of Denver. Lana stayed at J.J. and Lindsay's home caring for their children. Rachel Parsons spent Saturday night with Jane Poss to help her celebrate her birthday. Sunday, Mary Poss took the girls to Rapid City. Carlee Fitzgerald spent Sunday at the Parsons' playing with Sarah. Mark Radway visited his mother, Jeanne, Sunday at the Good Samaritan Center in New Underwood. Hugh Harty had all his family home Sunday, including Paul and Moneik Stephens and Mikaela, Jim and Adele Harty, Molly and Owen, and Ed Harty. Matt Arthur was a supper guest Sunday at the home of Zane and Beth Jeffries. Friends of Donnie and Bobette Schofield, Mark Jimerson and Buck Klough, arrived Thursday, returning home Monday morning. Others there at various times were Jeff Schofield and boys, Steve and Lisa Jonas, Tyra Austin, Zach and Zane, Bruce Dunker, Sidney and Sean, and Cory Smith. Byron and Peggy Parsons were
callers at the Mark and Pat Hanrahan home Sunday afternoon. Paul, Donna and Tina Staben surprised Peggy Staben last Monday, January 2, by bringing a birthday cake to her for all of them to enjoy. Happy belated birthday, Peggy! Keagan Fitch celebrated his 12th birthday on January 3. He and some friends went bowling Friday. Keagan and Colby Fitch wrestled in an AAU tournament in Sturgis Saturday with Colby placing first and Keagan, third. Trevor and Brayden Fitch joined Burjes, Theo, Truett and Dani Fitch Monday and Tuesday of last week on a trip to the Big Horn Mountains where they enjoyed snowmobiling. Sunday, Lee and Debbie Neville and Kelly and Deanna Fees took a drive through the country, going on the Hilland road and on west to Wasta. When I was a kid, that hill with the graveled road east of Wasta was so steep. It's funny how we see things differently when we're grown up. Bill and Karyl Sandal returned home from the Watertown area Monday after attending the funeral of Karyl's brother-in-law, Bob Nelson, in Henry. Bob and his wife, Betty, live in Des Moines, Iowa. Bill and Karyl's daughter, Tricia Naasz, Sioux Falls, was at the visitation in Watertown Sunday. Their son, Todd and Jennifer Sandal attended the funeral with Todd as one of the pallbearers. The Sandals and Betty Nelson stayed with their sister, Ruth and Don Roe at Hazel.
vated for different types of activities can really help keep you going. Remember to refresh playlists, as you can quickly tire of the same music. “MOTOACTV is a personal trainer and a DJ all at the same time,” says Lopez. “It tracks all the data I need – from pace, heart rate, distance, miles logged, and it plays all my favorite music. It even knows the music I perform to best, which I have never seen before.”
In addition, users can stay tangle-free, since the device allows you to enjoy a completely wireless workout via stereo Bluetooth enabled headphones, sold separately. For more information on the new MOTOACTV from Motorola, visit www.motoactv.com. Photo Courtesy of Getty Images #10948_AR Source: MOTOACTV
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Members of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church invite you to a Farewell Dinner for
Dennis & Jeanette Small on Sunday, January 15th at 1:45 p.m.
in the church basement, Philip.
ey are moving to Rapid City to be closer to family.
Everyone Welcome!!
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Sacred Heart Church Basement •Philip
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Marcia Mayfield & Ed Morrison
are having a Wedding Reception at 7:00 p.m. and dance to Westbound at 8:30 p.m. at the Legion Hall in Philip
The family of Mary Pekron requests a Card Shower to celebrate her 80th Birthday January 18, 2012.
Cards may be sent to Mary at: PO Box 843, Philip, SD 57567
Sunday, Jan. 15th
Lunch Available.
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Games start at 3 p.m.
DOORS OPEN AT 2:00 P.M.
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Philip – 859-2664 – sacred@gwtc.net Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturdays: Confession from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. (August) Tues-Wed-Fri. Mass: 8:30 a.m. Thurs. Mass: 10:30 a.m. at Philip Nursing Home * * * * * * ST. WILLIAM CATHOLIC CHURCH Midland – 859-2664 or 843-2544 Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturday Mass: 7:00 p.m. (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct., Dec.) Sun day Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept., Nov.) Confession: Before Mass * * * * * * ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH Milesville – 859-2664 Fr. Kevin Achbach Sunday Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Feb-April-June-Oct-Dec) Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. (August) Saturday Mass: 7:30 p.m. (Jan-March-May-July-Sept-Nov) Confession: Before Mass Monday Release Time: 2:15 p.m. * * * * * * FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Frezil Westerlund 859-2336 • Philip E-MAIL: prfrezil@gmail.com SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8:30 a.m. Lenten Services: Wed. @ 5:30 p.m. 1st Sunday: Coffee & Rolls after worship W.O.W.: 2nd Wed., Bible Study, 2:00 & 7:00 p.m. (ex. July & Aug) * * * * * *
TRINITY LUTHERAN Pastor Frezil Westerlund Midland – 843-2538 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:30 a.m. Ruth Circle: 3rd Tues. at 2 p.m. Nowlin Circle: Last Wed. at 9 a.m. Rebecca Circle: Last Wed. at 7 p.m. (Nov. thru Feb.); 6:30 p.m. (Mar. - Oct.) * * * * * * DEEP CREEK LUTHERAN Moenville – 843-2538 Pastor Frezil Westerlund SUNDAY WORSHIP: 1:30 p.m. (CT) ALCW: 3rd Thursday, 1:30 p.m. * * * * * * OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN Long Valley Pastor Frezil Westerlund Saturday Evening: 5:00 p.m. * * * * * * DOWLING COMMUNITY CHURCH Every Sunday in July Services at 10:00 a.m. followed by potluck dinner CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Art Weitschat Kadoka – 837-2390 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m. * * * * * * OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH, Philip (605) 669-2406 • Murdo Pastor Ray Greenseth Sunday Worship Services: 1:00 p.m. * * * * * * OPEN BIBLE CHURCH • MIDLAND Pastor Andy Blye 843-2143 • facebook.com/midlandobc Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Bible Study: Wed. at 7:30 p.m. Women’s Ministries: 2nd Thurs., 1:30
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 10 miles SE of Midland • Pastor Glenn Denke • 462-6169 Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. (CT) Sunday School: 10 a.m. CT Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. * * * * * * PHILIP COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 859-2841 Sunday School – 9:15 a.m. Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m. Last Sunday of the month – potluck dinner following church services Last Monday of the month – Evangelical Ladies Service/Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m. Everyone Welcome!! * * * * * * HARDINGROVE COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip 859-2841 • garyaw@aol.com Worship Service: 8:00 a.m. • Children's Church: 8:30 a.m. Ladies’ Aid - 2nd Thurs. at 7:00 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer, Mondays at 7 p.m. * * * * * * UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 Home: 859-2192 • E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m. UCW meets 2nd Friday at 9:30 a.m. * * * * * * FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF INTERIOR Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m.
TWO MINUTES With The Bible
Berean Bible Society PO Box 756 • Germantown, WI 53022 • www.bereanbiblesociety.org
THE WISDOM OF THIS WORLD
by Cornelius R. Stam
"Where is the wise? Where is the scribe? Where is the disputer of this world? Hath not God made foolish the wisdom of this world?" (I Cor. 1:20). This challenge was hurled at the intellectual world of nineteen hundred years ago, so famous for its philosophy, literature and art. Nor are these the words of one who himself lacked the benefits of higher learning. Rather, they flowed from the pen of one of the most learned men, one of the greatest thinkers of all time: the Apostle Paul. More than this, they are found in that Book of books, the Bible, which has withstood, not barely but magnificently, all the attacks of a thousand critics through centuries of time. This Book says: "The wisdom of this world is foolishness with God" (I Cor. 3:19). "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom" (Prov. 9:10). Actually, the "intellectuals" in any age are those who assent to the theories of those who agree with each other that they are intellectual! Dissent from them and you have automatically branded yourself an illiterate! "But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty; "And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen, yea, and things which are not, to bring to nought things that are: "That no flesh should glory in His presence" (I Cor. 1:27-29).
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Sports & Accomplishments
January 12, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Mid-Dakota Monster Wrestling Tourney, Donation to Philip Volunteer Fire Dept. second place earned by Philip Area team
The Philip Area wrestling team spent Friday and Saturday, January 6-7, earning a second place team trophy in the Lyman run MidDakota Monster Wrestling Tournament. Out of 23 teams competing in Presho, Philip not only took second place with 198 points, but was also awarded the team sportsmanship award. Team member Chance Knutson received the Justin Cook Memorial “never give up” award. Winner scored 214 points for first place. Third place went to with Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood 163.5 points, 4th Mobridge – 151, 5th Stanley County – 145, 6th Custer – 144, 7th O’Neill, Neb. – 143.5, 8th Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes – 117, 9th Redfield/Doland – 106, 10th Bennett County – 103.5, 11th Newell – 90, 12th Gettysburg – 88, 13th Rapid City Central – 84, 14th Kingsbury County – 78, 15th Todd County – 72, 16th Lyman – 63, 17th Sunshine Bible Academy – 54.5, 18th St. Thomas More – 52, 19th Pine Ridge – 42, 20th Hill City – 40, 21st Red Cloud – 34, 22nd Ansley/Arcadia, Neb. – 15.5, and 23rd Little Wound – 4.
Nick Donnelly, 106 lbs., 2nd place, record 11-5 •pinned Wyatt Lane (AA), :26 •pinned Tobias Weddell (TC), 3:05 •pinned Daniel Slama (SC), :35 •major decision over Rance Sivertsen (SLD), 12-2 •pinned by Tyler Waterson (SLD), 3:56 Jed Brown, 106 lbs., 5th place, record 78 •pinned Carter Wegner (RED), 1:39 •pinned Chance Fredericksen (KWLPG), :57 •pinned by John Marvin (ON), 1:10 •major decision over Bo Slingsby (AA), 90 •major dec. over Garrett Rausch (GETT), 18-4 •decision by Rance Sivertsen (SLD), 3-5 Rance Johnson, 113 lbs. •dec. over Cameron Voorhees (NEW), 8-5 •forfeit by (KWLPG) •decision by Dalton Gerbracht (SBA), 5-8 •major dec. by Kayleb Brozik (WIN), 5-14 Brennan Kukal, 113 lbs. •pinned by Dominick Schooler (HLC), 1:47 •bye •pinned by Zeph Irion (SLD), 1:55 Grady Carley, 120 lbs. •bye •pinned by Israel Appel (SBA), 2:42 •bye •pinned Makoa Runs (RCC), 1:38 •decision by Chasen Cole (CUS), 0-6 Raedon Anderson, 126 lbs. •bye •pinned by Casey Heninger (SC), 3:08 •forfeit by (RC) •major dec. by Truman Weyand (GETT), 2-15 Lane Blasius, 132 lbs., 1st place, record 8-0 •bye •pinned Haydon Schelske (LYM), 3:06 •technical fall over Cory Rowse (ON), 20-5 •pinned Zach Hansen (SLD), 3:42 •pinned Cole Phillips (WIN), 2:53 Reed Johnson, 138 lbs., 5th place, record 12-7 •forfeit by (PR) •pinned Sylas Running Eagle (RC), 1:54 •major dec. by Andy Nelson (SLD), 5-13 •major dec. over Cooper Carter (SC), 12-1 •pinned Dalton Bely (KWLPG), 3:48 •pinned by Cole Geditz (GETT), 2:56 Chandlier Sudbeck, 145 lbs. 2nd place, record 13-3 •pinned Ben Kupper (RCC), 2:21 •tech. fall over Brady Rude (RCC), 18-2 •pinned Andrew Rigsby (KC), 5:01 •decision over Herman Fennell (SC), 4-1 •major dec. by Seth McCann (NEW), 6-15 Clint Stout, 152 lbs., 2nd place, record 12-4 •bye •pinned Chase Corbin (AA), 1:05 •pinned Luke Vogel (GETT), 3:15 •pinned David Fox (ON) 4:47 •decision by Darren Daum (KWLPG), 6-8 Chance Knutson, 170 lbs., 2nd place, record 7-1 •bye •pinned Connor Holm (RCC), 2:58 •pinned Trent McKee (KC), 4:12 •decision over Tyce Meyer (WIN), 10-8 •pinned by Tanner Eiesland (CUS), 4:47 Roger Davis, 182 lbs. •pinned by Billy Alexander (CUS), 1:02 •bye •pinned by Scott Assman (WIN), 1:36 Logan Ammons, 195 lbs., 4th place, record 9-6 •bye •pinned Seth Novak (TC), 1:38 •major decision by Brady Spiry (MP), 213 •pinned Philip Zimiga (LW), :56 •pinned Evan Larsen (KC), 1:40 •pinned Clay Seidler (CUS), 1:32 •major dec. by Taylor Haley (WIN), 7-17 Gavin DeVries, 220 lbs., 6th place, record 7-7 •bye •decision over Mike Murray (CUS), 6-2 •pinned by Branden Tuttle (WIN), 2:46 •pinned Rob Stover (PR), 2:09 •pinned Scott Two Bulls (RC), :54 •pinned by TJ Heinert (TC), 1:57 •pinned by Thomas Schipporeit (ON), 2:30
The next contest for the Philip Area team will be them hosting their annual Philip Wrestling Tournament, Friday and Saturday, Janury 13-14.
Chance Knutson, 170 pounds, won the Justin Cook Memorial “never give up” award at the Mid-Dakota Monster Wrestling Tournament in Presho January 6-7, 2012
Donation to the fire department ... The local chapter of Modern Woodmen of America, represented by Don Haynes, gave a check of $2,500 to the Philip Volunteer Fire Department to add to the amount raised at the annual PVFD after Thanksgiving fundraiser feed. The volunteers present at the PVFD monthly meeting were, from left: Ruth Carley, Jon Carley, J.J. Walker, Marty Gartner, Brian Pearson, Trace O’Connell, Fire Chief Matt Reckling, Doug Hart, Assistant Fire Chief Marty Hansen, Joe Millage, Curt Arthur, Tyler Gartner, Don Haynes, Greg Arthur, and Mike Schultz. Photo by Del Bartels Members of the Philip Modern vide opportunities to connect For more information about the Woodmen of America chapter through social activities and volunlocal chapter and how you can get helped raise funds for the Philip teer projects. involved, contact Don Haynes at Volunteer Fire Department. 859-2778 or dwhaynes@gwtc.net. The PVFD held a beef burger, barbecue and chili feed, Saturday, Equipment November 26, before and after the donation ... PVFD-sponsored annual Glo n’ Go O’Connell Conlight parade. The total amount struction, repreraised of $5,180 included a $2,500 sented by Trace contribution by Modern WoodO’Connell, men’s home office through the orright, donated ganization’s matching fund four 25’ x 1-1/4” program. tow ropes to the The money raised will be used to Philip Volunteer help purchase new fire fighting Fire Departgear for the department. The check ment. Each rope was officially presented during the has a tensile PVFD monthly meeting, Wednesstrength of day, January 4. 70,000 pounds, The matching fund program ofand will be used fers Modern Woodmen members by one fire vehinationwide the chance to show cle pulling out their support for a community another. “It cause, organization or individual in doesn’t happen need by holding fundraisers. Modvery often, but ern Woodmen matches money last year we had raised up to $2,500. These several trucks fundraising projects contribute get stuck,” said more than $6.5 million to commuFire Chief Matt nity needs nationwide each year. Reckling, left. Coordinated by local Modern Photo by Bartels Woodmen members, chapters pro-
Lady Scotties slip to New Underwood Tigers
Holding a home court advantage, the New Underwood Lady Tigers held back the visiting Philip Lady Scotties. The Thursday, January 5, varsity game ended with Philip slipping in a 23-31 loss to New Underwood. The first quarter was a very slow start as far as the scoreboard showed, with only four points per team. For Philip, the second quarter was not much better. The Scotties earned five points, while the Tigers doubled that. The beginning of the second half showed a one basket difference in the 5-7 scoring. The fourth quarter ended in only a one point spread, but the inching away during the last three quarters of the game won it for New Underwood. Philip 4 5 5 9 = 23 N. Under. 4 10 7 10 = 31
Philip scorers: Sam Johnson – 7, Audra Antonsen – 6, Bailey Radway – 5, Josie Guptill – 3, Jordyn Dekker – 2. New Underwood scorers: Jacy Benter – 7, Taylor Brindley and Madeline Merchen – 6 each, Alyssa Prichard and Lexxy Niederwerder – 4 each. Philip field goals – 18% (9 of 54). Free throws: Philip – 22% (5 of 23), New Underwood – 54% (14 of 26). Rebounds: Philip – 39, New Underwood – 30. Philip leaders: Holly Iwan – 9, Guptill – 8, Johnson and Dekker – 6 each, Antonsen and Radway – 4 each, Misty Johnson and Ariana Arampatzis – 1 each. Philip assists – 5. Leaders: Guptill – 3, Antonsen – 2. Philip steals – 10. Leaders: Antonsen and Guptill – 3 each, Radway – 2 each, Iwan and Arampatzis – 1 each. Philip blocks – 4. Leaders: Dekker – 3, Guptill – 1. Turnovers: Philip – 26, New Underwood – 20. Philip team fouls – 20. Fouled out – S. Johnson.
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SDLA, Brunskill statement, open government in S.D.
Annie Brunskill, president of the South Dakota Library Association, and Dorothy Liegl, chair of the SDLA public relations committee, have made the following commendation. The South Dakota Library Association commends Governor (Dennis) Daugaard and his administration for the Better Government Initiative which targets the elimination of red tape, the implementation of open government policies and the development of e-government resources. The association supports the creation of a state law that formally establishes a state archival repository of electronic documents and designates the state library as its administrative agency. Such a law would require state agencies to contribute all of their publications to the repository in a timely manner. The repository would preserve and protect our citizens’ ability to access information of both current and historical relevance and importance. The association supports the principles of open government at all levels of authority – local, state and federal. We believe libraries are fundamental to the free flow of government information in South Dakota and across the nation. It is essential for citizens to be informed of government actions, policies and goals so that our government can be held accountable. Open accesss must exist so that the conclusions of citizens are valid and meaningful. The SDLA is a statewide organization representing libraries, library employees, library trustees and library supporters. SDLA provides leadership and educational opportunities, and supports its members in meeting the challenges of providing quality library service to all South Dakotans.
The junior varsity ladies could not get on the scoreboard in their
Philip scorers: Ashton Reedy and Justina Cvach – 4 each, Arampatzis and Katlin Knutson – 2 each, Iwan – 1. New Underwood scorers: Prichard – 6, Karlie Robertson – 4, Shy Bintliff – 3, Shawnee Flint, Jacie Phillips and Jade Mosher – 2 each. Philip field goals – 20% (5 of 25). Philip free throws – 38 (3 of 8). Rebounds: Philip – 16, New Underwood – 20. Philip leaders: Kaci Olivier, Knutson and Reedy – 3 each, Cvach, Brett Carley and Peyton DeJong – 2 each, Iwan – 1. Philip assists – 5. Leaders: Hanna Hostutler – 3, Arampatzis and Carley – 1 each. Philip steals – 11. Leaders: Arampatzis and Knutson – 4 each, Iwan, DeJong and Reedy – 1 each. Philip blocks – 1. Leader: Hostutler – 1. Turnovers: Philip – 25, New Underwood – 15. Philip team fouls – 7.
first quarter. The girls tried to make up the difference in the second quarter, but inched further behind in the second half. Philip 0 6 2 5 = 13 N. Under. 5 4 4 6 = 19
College briefs
The University of Wyoming listed eight students from South Dakota on the 2011 fall semester President’s Honor Roll. Katie Marie Nelson, Philip, was the only student from the Haakon County area to qualify. She is the daughter of Jerry and Mary Nelson, Philip. The President's Honor Roll consists of regularly enrolled undergraduates who earned a 4.0 grade point average for the semester. Students must have been enrolled for a minimum of 12 credit hours taken for letter grades. Located in Laramie, the University of Wyoming is the state’s only four-year higher education institution, offering more than 180 programs of study. ***** A total of 325 full-time students qualified for the the President's Academic Honors list for the fall semester at Dakota State University, Madison. Highest honors were earned by 111 students who achieved a 4.0 grade point average; the remaining students earned a 3.5 to 3.99 average to qualify for the honors list. Caleb Clements, Philip, was named to the President's Academic Honors list with highest honors for the fall semester. He is the son of Mike and Debbie Clements, Philip. ***** The following students have been named to the dean’s list for academic excellence during the Fall 2011 semester at South Dakota State University. To earn a dean's list distinction in SDSU’s eight colleges, students must have completed a minimum of 12 credits and must have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Britney Carol VanderMay, Midland – college of agricultural and biological sciences Tawnie Nicole DeJong, Philip – college of agricultural and biological sciences Megan Brooke Mortellaro, Philip – college of agricultural and biological sciences.
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Philip Lady Scotties defeated by Tigers, 55-30
The Philip Lady Scotties basketball team hosted the Dupree Tigers, Saturday, January 7. Dupree simply outplayed Philip statistically. More rebounds, fewer turnovers and more successful baskets added up to a solid win for the visiting team. The first basket was made by the Tigers, but the Scotties kept a fair exchange most of the quarter. With 20 seconds remaining, and the score at 11-10, Dupree sank a three pointer to end the quarter at 11-13. For the first part of the second quarter, Philip stayed within two baskets of their opponents. Then the three pointers took their toll and the Scotties felt a widening margin grow in front of them. The first half ended 15-26. Offensively, the third quarter was no better for the Scotties than the second one was. Only four points for the home team hurt when the visitors gained 14 more. Philip pushed hard in the final stretch, putting 11 more points on the scoreboard. But Dupree sank 15 points of their own. Philip 11 4 4 11 = 30 Dupree 13 13 14 15 = 55 The first half of the home game between the Philip Scotties and the Jones County Coyotes was tied 2121. The game Friday, January 6, went south from there, for a 51-67 loss for Philip. The Scotties exchanged baskets, even holding the lead most of the time, until a little over a minute remained in the first quarter. The Coyotes surged ahead to gain a five point lead. In the second quarter, Philip’s defense struggled to stymie Jones County, holding them to just five points. Philip tied the score at 19-19, then again to end the first half. Philip’s defense stumbled a bit in the third quarter, but the Scotties were still within reach of their opponents. The final quarter blew wide open. Both teams scored more than in any previous quarter. Jones County’s offense played heavier on the scoreboard. Philip 11 10 11 19 = 51 Jones Co. 16 5 18 28 = 67
January 12, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Philip falls in last quarter to Jones County
... By the time Philip Scotties’ Gunner Hook rocketed up for this shot, the Jones County Coyote defender had already discovered that he had been far too close to keep his own balance. Photos by Del Bartels
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Philip scorers: Josie Guptill – 12, Audra Antonsen – 8, Jordyn Dekker – 4, Sam Johnson and Bailey Radway – 3 each. Dupree top scorers: Callie Henderson and Kesse Deal – 16 each, Jazmyn Schiempp, Alysha O’Connell and Willow Pretends Eagle – 4 each. Philip field goals – 19% (13 of 66). Free throws: Philip – 18% (4 of 22, Dupree – 58% (7 of 12). Rebounds: Philip – 33, Dupree – 35. Philip leaders: Antonsen and Guptill – 8 each, Johnson – 6, Holly Iwan – 5, Dekker – 3, Misty Johnson – 2, Radway – 1. Philip assists – 10. Leaders: Guptill – 6, Antonsen – 2, Kaci Olivier and M. Johnson – 1 each. Philip steals – 13. Leaders: Guptill and Radway – 5 each, Iwan, M. Johnson and Dekker – 1 each. Philip blocks – 1. Leader: M. John-
... Philip’s Bailey Radway (#43) had no clear landing from this attempted rebound. Teammate Josie Guptill (#21) is in the midst of the action as well at the Philip Scotties versus the Dupree Tigers game Saturday, January 7. Photo by Del Bartels
son – 1. Turnovers: Philip – 27, Dupree – 20. Team fouls: Philip – 18, Dupree – 20. Fouled out: Dupree’s Cassidy Hollow Horn.
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The junior varsity Lady Scotties
kept both sides of the scoreboard lower, but also fell to the Tigers. Three of the four quarters were within one or two points. In the third quarter is where Dupree pulled away and held the lead. Philip 5 6 4 6 = 21 Dupree 7 7 10 7 = 31
Philip scorers: Thomas Doolittle – 19, Colter Cvach – 8, Austin O’Dea and Kyle Schulz – 6 each, Cody Reder – 5, Tate DeJong – 3, Nelson Holman and Quade Slovek – 2 each. Jones County scorers: Philip Mathews – 32, Skylar Jackson – 12, Gus Volmer – 9, Jackson Volmer – 4, Wyatt Walker and Skylar Miller – 3 each, Josh Daum and Wyatt Weber – 2 each. Philip field goals – 32% (16 of 50). Free throws: Philip – 41% (7 of 17), Jones County – 63% (19 of 30). Philip three pointers – 25% (4 of 16). Philip rebounds – 26. Leaders: Gunner Hook – 10, Cvach – 4, Doolittle – 3, Holman – 2, Reder, Wyatt Schaack, Schulz, Paul Guptill, Quade Sovek, DeJong and Tristen Rush – 1 each. Philip assists – 12. Leaders: Doolittle – 3, O’Dea, Holman and Rush – 2 each, Reder, Hook and DeJong – 1 each. Philip steals – 5. Leaders: Reder – 3, Hook – 2. Philip blocks – 2. Leaders: Hook and
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Cvach – 1 each. Team fouls: Philip – 23, Jones County – 19. Fouled out: Philip’s O’Dea, Jones County’s Walker.
A five point spread gave the Philip Scotties’ junior varsity boys the victory over the the Jones County Coyotes. For the first quarter, Philip held the lead. The Scotties dominated the second quarter and held a 11 point lead at half time. The Coyotes greatly narrowed the gap in the third quarter, but Philip held on to a five point lead. The fourth quarter was a stalemate with eight point gained by each team. The previous lead by Philip held for the win. Philip 8 16 3 8 = 35 Jones Co. 5 5 12 8 = 30
The Lady Scotties were next on the court Tuesday, January 10, hosting the Sully Buttes Chargers.
Philip scorers: Dekker and Katlin Knutson – 4 each, Justina Cvach and Brett Carley – 3 each, Olivier, Ariana Arampatzis and Ashton Reedy – 2 each, Hanna Hostutler – 1. Dupree top scorers: Pretends Eagle – 13, Jamalia Franzen – 6, Hollow Horn – 4, Peyton Smith – 3. Philip field goals – 19% (8 of 41). Free throws: Philip – 38% (5 of 13), Dupree – 25% (2 of 8). Philip three pointers – 0 (0 of 1). Rebounds: Philip – 22, Dupree – 30. Philip leaders: Dekker – 7, Carley – 4, Peyton DeJong – 2, Olivier, Arampatzis, Radway, Knutson, Hostutler, Reedy and Tyanna Gottsleben – 1 each. Philip assists – 3. Leaders: Dekker, Radway and DeJong – 1 each. Philip steals – 13. Leaders: Radway – 3, Olivier, Arampatzis, Knutson, Hostutler and Reedy – 1 each. Philip blocks – 2. Leaders: Dekker – 2. Turnovers: Philip – 26, Dupree – 17. Team fouls: Philip – 12, Dupree – 15. Fouled out: Dupree’s Breann Stevens.
Philip scorers: Brody Jones – 7, Holman and Cassidy Schnabel – 6 each, Schaack and Rush – 4 each, Marcus Martinez, Guptill and Brian Pfeifle – 2 each, Blake Martinez and Slovek – 1 each. Jones County scorers: Jackson – 7, Weber, John King and Connor Venard – 5 each, Miller – 3, Chad Johnson and Cody Hight – 2 each, Clayton Evans – 1. Philip field goals – 39% (13 of 33). Free throws: Philip – 43% (6 of 14), Jones County – 62% (8 of 13). Philip three pointers – 20% (1 of 5). Philip rebounds – 19. Leaders: Rush – 4, B. Martinez, Schnabel – 3 each, Guptill and Slovek – 2 each, Holman, Kruse Bierle, M. Martinez, Schaack and Jones – 1 each. Philip assists – 11. Leaders: Holman and Rush – 3 each, B. Martinez – 2, Ben Stangle, Schaack and Guptill – 1 each. Philip steals – 8. Leaders: Guptill and Gavin Brucklacher – 2 each, Stangle, B. Martinez, Slovek and Rush – 1 each. Philip blocks – 1. Leader: Guptill – 1.
Team fouls: Philip – 13, Jones County – 15.
The Philip Scotties will play next in the Jones County Basketball Tournament, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 12-14.
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Tanks ..................................N/A Dakota Bar ..................................N/A McDonnell Farms........................N/A Highlights: Bill Slovek .............................211/521 Alex Moos ..............................213/559 Dane Hellekson............................185 Jack Heinz.............................223/598 Harlan Moos..........................216/577 Matt Schofield .....3-10 split; 209/588 Wendell Buxcel ............................215 Brian Pearson.......5-7 & 2-5-7 splits; .....................194, 200 both clean/576 John Heltzel ................191 clean/563 Jerry Kroetch ....................5-7-9 split Greg Arthur ........................3-10 split Friday Nite Mixed Hart to Hart................................10-2 Randy’s Spray Service..................9-3 High Rollers ..................................7-5 Roy’s Amigo’s ................................6-6 Rusty Spurs ..................................5-7 Cristi’s Crew .................................4-8 Rowdy Rollers ...............................4-8 King Pins.......................................3-9 Highlights: Dakota Alfrey ...5-8-10 & 3-10 splits; ...............................................199/530 Earl Park...............................253/646 Ryan Eisenbraun ..................201/528 Kelly Fees.....................................180 Roy Miller.....................................175 Trina Brown ..........................195/536 Duane Hand ..........................214/535 Brian Pearson .......................213/539 Skyler Patterson.................5-10 split Michael Schofield ...............5-10 split Tanner Norman....................5-7 split Roy Miller .............................5-7 split Jerry Iron Moccasin .........3-7-9-10 & ...........................................3-10 splits Sam Sauer ............................2-7 split
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