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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
School board sets calendar for next year Jeff Rieckman chosen as S.D. 2012
by Del Bartels The Haakon School District 27-1 Board of Education has approved next year’s school calendar. After this school year having started relatively later than most years, next school year’s classes will begin August 15. The fall sports of cross country, football and volleyball will begin August 13, as will teachers’ in-service. During discussion, Superintendent Keven Morehart noted, “The longer you go in the spring, the less you actually get done.” Aspects were considered, such as that earlier classes cut some students’ summer jobs a bit short, that earlier classes must deal with the summer heat, the length of Christmas break depends what days of the week the holiday fall on, and the state track meet usually occurring after high school graduation. Board member Anita Peterson said about any choice the board made, “You know it’s not going to be everyone’s choice.” This year’s prom is set for Saturday, March 24. Graduation is set for Sunday, May 20. The board officially approved the open enrollment request for a 10th grade student who has been attending Philip High School since the beginning of this semester. Two personnel items were addressed. Marie Slovek will receive additional hours as needed, at $21 per hour, on top of her current time as technology director and her fulltime duties as a teacher. DeLayne Williams has turned in his resignation as part-time maintenance, effective May 31. If a full-time maintenance employee is hired before that, Williams will help run that person through the system. The board will advertise for the replacement, first locally, then statewide if needed. Teaching contracts for next school year are being offered at the current salary and terms in an effort to determine any movement and hiring needs. Not all current contracts will be re-offered. After negotiations are completed, contracts will be re-issued with any new fiscal year 2013 changes. An executive session was held for personnel reasons. No action was taken following the session. Current bills were approved to be paid. As of February 20, general fund claims totaled over $36,823. More than $1,500 of that was for a four-person team from Golden West Telecommunications to come to Philip to trace down and correct Internet issues. Capital outlay claims totaled more than $1,288. Special education claims totaled over $4,091. Food services claims were more than $9,328. Reimbursements for fees, lodging and mileage for referees and officials came to over $4,324. The month’s substitute teacher pay, for an equivalent of 23 days, came to $1,585. The month’s wages for the district, with a total of 2,245.14 hours worked, came to a total of $24,849.41. Recent parent-teacher conferences saw an approximate 70 percent turnout of junior high and high school parents. Secondary Principal Jeff Rieckman said these were normal turnout figures. The elementary turnout was approximately 98 percent, while the rural school turnout was 100 percent. Dakota STEP testing will take place the first week of April. Grandparents’ Day will be March 8, with chicken fried steak being on the menu that day. Pre-school screening will be Monday, March 12. Junior high girls will be attending the Women in Science Day in Pierre, March 20. The senior music trip to New York will be in late March. There has been a change in the kindergarten schedule for the week of March 26, because of staff working on professional development. Kindergarten will be in session Monday, March 26, Tuesday, March 27, and Wednesday, March 28. Kindergarten will not be in session Thursday, March 29. As agreed when it began it began two years ago, the wrestling cooperative between Philip, Wall and Kadoka has been reviewed. Morehart said that the wrestlers and the parents seem to be fine with the current arrangement. Wall and Kadoka do not pay anything to be part of the Philip Area wrestling team. Rieckman said about the three-town area, “It’s getting to be one community. If it was a big issue, you wouldn’t be seeing parents wearing Philip Area shirts.” The next scheduled meeting for the board of education will be at 7:00 p.m., Monday, March 19, in room A-1 of the Philip High School.
Pioneer review
by Del Bartels Jeff Rieckman has been chosen by the South Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals as the 2012 Middle School Principal of the Year. Rieckman is the secondary principal of the Haakon School District. He has served as a principal for the past 10 years at Philip, and also serves on the executive board of the South Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals. The SDASSP has chosen Rocky Brinkman, Andes Central High School/Middle School, as the high school principal for 2012. Brinkman has served as a principal for the past 10 years at Andes, and serves as a active community member. Recognition will be given at the SDASSP spring conference in Spearfish. During the banquet, Thursday, March 29, Rieckman will receive a plaque for region principal and a plaque for SDASSP Middle School Principal of the Year. “It’s really not an honor that I receive, rather though a reflection of our entire school system,” said Rieckman. All principals in South Dakota are eligible, though only one high school and one middle school principal are nominated from each of the association’s regions. Rieckman had previously earned nomination for the 20092010 school year. He admitted that the application process was kind of
Number 28 Volume 106 March 1, 2012
Middle School Principal of the Year
Region Principal and S.D. Middle School Principal of the Year
... Jeff Rieckman said, “It’s really not an honor that I receive, rather though a reflection of our entire school system.” He is now entered as a contender for National Principal of the Year. Photo by Del Bartels lengthy, starting with four recommendation letters, one from an immediate supervisor, a staff member, a parent and one other, which for Rieckman came from another staff member. Haakon School District Superintendent Keven Morehart said, “I think this is the ultimate compliment to a dedicated administrator.” Both Rieckman and Brinkman will be recognized at the national level at an event in September in Washington, D.C. This event salutes principals and serves as a
Special school board meeting
The Haakon School District 27-1 Board of Education held a special board meeting at 5:00 p.m., Monday, February 27, in room A-1 of the Philip High School. After an executive session that lasted approximately 30 minutes, a motion was made and seconded to suspend Tony Reder with pay for the remainder of the school year because of insubordination. The motion passed unanimously. Reder was a special education instructor.
forum to share their experience and expertise with other selected principals, with national leaders in education, and with legislators in Washington, D.C. Rieckman said the Washington trip will include professional development, public relations for education, meeting with the association’s national leaders, and working with other secondary school principals on current educational issues. The two honorees now enter the National Association of Secondary School Principals/Metlife National Principal of the Year program.
County Commission holds special meeting
by Nancy Haigh The Haakon County Commission met in special session Tuesday, February 21, to discuss personnel issues, state of assessor’s office and for a second hearing on redistricting. Todd Bailey and Russ Hanson from the state Department of Revenue informed the board that they had started to print the assessments. Bailey said that everything was pretty much in order in the office. The board approved the second hearing of the proposed commissioner districts. The board entered into executive session to discuss personnel. No action was taken following the 34 minute session. Highway Superintendent Kenny Neville notified the board that the state Department of Transportation had accepted a bid from Corr Construction Services, Inc., Hermosa, for bridge work. Their bid of $319,521.35 was nearly $100,000 lower than the estimate. The county will be financially responsible for 20 percent of the cost. Kit Graham met with the board to discuss wages and workmen’s comp. The board approved to pay Graham’s wages in accordance to his current pay with the city. He will also be added to the county’s workmen’s comp insurance. The board discussed the sheriff vacancy. Interested parties can obtain a petition to run for the office from the auditor’s office. They have until March 31, 2012 to return the petitions and be placed on the primary election ballet. The board entered into a second executive session for the purpose of conducting interviews for the director of equalization position. No action was taken after the session.
Commissioner Snook speaks at AARP
by Del Bartels The Philip Area AARP/Retired Teachers Association meeting Monday, February 27, featured Gary Snook, Haakon County commissioner, as the guest speaker. Snook first explained the redistricting that was made necessary because of recent tallying by the United States Census Bureau. “I’m not saying how accurate it is, but we have to go by it,” said Snook. He related that the current count is 1,937 people in Haakon county. This is approximately 10 percent, about 200 people, less than during the previous census. The average age of the county’s population has risen from 41 to 49. With help from the Central South Dakota Enhancement District, the commissioners settled on a redistricting of the county’s five voter districts. Each must be within only a 10 percent deviation from the other districts. This is based not only on the numbers of the voting age population, but also on the total population numbers. “If you change (the boundaries) of one, it would change all the others, like a domino affect,” said Snook. If more than one candidate wants to fill any of the commissioner seats, and if they are from the same political party, then the primary election is in June. The general election will be in November. Snook mentioned that absentee voting could be easier for some voters, with less travel on voting day. The deadline for filing nominating petitions to run for commissioner is March 27. The audience wanted to know the financial standing of the people to come and stay here.” AARP/RTA business included an update on the free tax aid, in which two-thirds of last year’s e-files have already been done already this tax season. A driver safety course will be held March 15 from 8:00 a.m. to noon at the senior center. On May 5, volunteers will perform upkeep and maintenance to the Old Schoolhouse Park. The local AARP was represented in Pierre on Lobby Day, January 1. Mike West said that state legislators know the majority of people who vote are the older people. AARP/RTA members are encouraged to attend city, county and chamber of commerce meetings. The Philip Chamber of Commerce has donated $750 to the Country Cupboard food pantry. The chamber will be holding a membership drive Saturday, March 3, in the meeting room of the 73– Saloon. The pantry’s backpack program, though already helping 10 children in Wall and 12 in Philip, wants to address at least twice that many students who need to fend for themselves on weekends while parents are working. Each backpack per weekend costs the pantry about $5.50. In general need, the pantry is specifically asking for canned tomatos, meal packages to help with hamburger, crackers and any canned beans other than green beans. The next meeting for the local AARP/RTA will be at 6:00 p.m., Monday, March 26. The two candidates for the Philip mayoral seat, Mike Vetter and Lou Ann Reckling, are being invited to be the guest speakers.
Two candidates running for Philip mayor
The end of Friday, February 24, was the deadline for nominating petitions to be filed for seats on the Philip City Council. The two candidates for mayor of the city of Philip are current councilman Michael Vetter and contender LouAnn Reckling. The election to determine the race for mayor will be Tuesday, April 10. Only one candidate for each of the other ward positions declared a petition. For Ward I’s one-year term is Greg Arthur and for Ward I’s two-year term is Jason Harry. Marty Gartner file for the two-year councilman position in Ward II. Filling Ward III’s two-year seat will be Trisha Larson. Since these candidates are running unopposed for their respective council seats, no ward election will have to held. There is no need to hold an election for board of education members for Haakon School District 27-1. Board member Kelly Blair has decided to not seek reelection. Standing unopposed, Mark Radway has decided to refill his seat for another three-year term. Jake Fitzgerald has petitioned to fill a three-year position on the board. Board of education members are voted in at-large, rather than having to run from specific districts or wards. Terms of duty begin July 1, with new and renewing members being sworn in at the monthly meeting July 16.
Gary Snook Haakon County commissioner county. “It’s tight, very tight,” said Snook. “We did pass the opt-out, the second version. It’s not going to cure all our problems, but its going to help.” Snook is in favor of the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline going through the county. He related the thoughts of officials whom he has been talking with, that once President Obama’s need for the Green Vote is past, then the pipeline will be okayed by the president. “There will be people here while it’s being built, quite a few. It’s going through my land and I feel completely safe about it. It’s not going to create any long-term jobs and save our population. They may actually improve some of the roads that parallel the pipeline,” said Snook. “The only thing that’s going to save us down the road is getting
Legislative leaders still at odds over education bill
by Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz Community News Service As of Sunday, February 26, heading into the final week of the 2012 South Dakota Legislature, leaders of both parties are still at odds over the bill that seeks to reward the state’s best teachers and attract more in certain areas of study. The plan, which was started as Governor Dennis Daugaard’s plan, but has suffered at last count 23 amendments to make it more palatable to educators and the public, is embodied in HB1234. Republican House and Senate leaders said Friday at their weekly news conference that the education plan has gained the most media attention of any of the bills. But now, said Senator Russ Olson, R-Madison, “I think we have the people’s plan.” Olson said, with the current version, Olson said, “we are allowing local school districts to have continuing contracts,” and have expanded the local control option for school boards that want to give more money for such things as a teacher who acts as a mentor. Olson said as long as it is advancing student achievement, “we want to reward teachers.” The bill was approved in the Senate Education Committee and now is expected in the full Senate, perhaps on Tuesday. However, Democratic Senate leader Jason Frerichs, D-Wilmot, said what happened in the Education Committee was “something to witness first hand,” which he did. He said the bureaucrats were testifying for the bill, continuing to push that top-down approach, while the foot soldiers, administrators, school board members, teachers and parents were saying “hold on, let’s do it right.” Frerichs said it looks like the governor means well, but he is really “pushing this forward at any cost.” House Democratic Leader Bernie Hunhoff, Yankton, said the plan’s $15 million cost has inaccurately been called the “biggest investment in history for education.” However, he said, that amount is just onefifth of what was cut last year from school funding. Numerous Republican legislators also have voiced their displeasure with the bill, even with its amendments, and are asking that money be put back into the state’s school funding formula to benefit local school districts and the taxpayers who support them. As legislators head into their final full week of action, the bill is expected to wind up in a conference committee where both the House and Senate can hammer out a compromise bill that would be presented to each of the two chambers for their consideration. At week’s end it is also expected that the general appropriations bill will be finalized for fiscal year 2013. Legislators then give Daugaard two weeks to consider bills for his signature or disapproval, and come back for its final legislative day on Monday, March 19. The Legislature also can deal with any vetoes the governor may have issued. In the late afternoon of Monday, February 27, HB1234, the contro(Continued on page 2)
Farmers Union convention opens with address from Walt Bones
South Dakota’s number one industry has made huge strides recently because of high commodity prices, rising land prices and new technologies, but faces several challenges including animal activist groups and water drainage issues. That was the message from South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture Walt Bones in his address to members of the South Dakota Farmers Union, February 17 in Huron, at the family farm organization’s 97th annual state convention. Bones gave an overview of the state’s Department of Agriculture, discussing how it works with the state’s largest industry. “About one-third of our economic activity in this state comes from agriculture,” Bones said. “That’s an over $21 billion impact on our state’s economy.” Bones pointed to the recent announcement of the Bel Brands cheese plant that will be built in Brookings bringing hundreds of jobs as a victory for the state’s agriculture industry. It’s a $300 million corporate investment in South Dakota. “They could’ve put that plant anywhere in the Midwest, and they chose South Dakota,” Bones said. “And I’ll tell you it wasn’t because we threw the most money at them. They came here because of the people, they came here because of our work ethic.” High commodity prices has finally given agricultural producers a profit in South Dakota and across the country, a trend Bones said he hopes will continue as new technology increases productivity on less land. Bones discussed his department’s initiative to create a regional watershed district in the form of Senate Bill 169 during this year’s legislative session. The measure would’ve been a first step in solving water drainage issues, especially in northeastern South Dakota, where over the past few years too much moisture has taken a major toll on the industry. “Our staff has been working on this issue because it’s a huge concern, it’s caused huge problems and we need to solve it by looking at the big picture,” Bones said. Farmers Union supported the bill, which was later amended to set up a task force to look into the problem. The agriculture secretary also encouraged farmers and ranchers to tell their story to anyone who will listen. “Anytime you have a chance to engage somebody, please, take that opportunity to tell your story. It can make a difference, it really can,” Bones said. “We need to be able to let folks know what we’re doing and why we’re doing it.”
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Church & Community
Moenville News
by Leanne Neuhauser • 567-3325
Greetings from frosty, overcast, cool northeast Haakon County! It is pretty nice outside right now, but everyone in our neighborhood seems to be hunkered down, waiting for the storm that is predicted for our area. The weather forecast keeps changing, leaving us to wonder just how much snow to expect. Parts of the state will be getting a lot of snow, some not so much, some will be getting freezing rain and then snow, and it sounds like everyone can expect strong winds. It is the type of weather that has me making soup and baking bread! The storm isn't supposed to last too long, which is good, considering that many of us have new calves on the ground. But after such a mild winter, we are not used to this type of weather. Last year, this forecast would have just been another blip on the radar! One good thing about the storm – it is coming in late February, so whatever snow we do get won't last too long. One casualty of the impending storm is our neighbor T.J. Gabriel's annual bull sale. The sale was scheduled for Tuesday, but it has been postponed until Sunday, March 4. I think buyers and sellers alike were concerned about traveling in the blizzard conditions that are forecast. It sounds like Sunday's weather will be much improved. The storm has also delayed any yardwork I might have been tempted to do, so I guess I'll stay inside and do some spring cleaning. The first day of spring is less than a month away, so any spring cleaning chores I can accomplish now will allow me more hours outside when the weather improves! I started a few days ago, washing down kitchen cupboards and walls. It feels good to have winter's dirt and grime banished to the scrub bucket! There was a rescue on Robb's Flat yesterday. Our faithful mail lady, Dianna Dinsmore, was stranded on the road when her pickup decided to malfunction. Fortunately, several neighbors helped her out and loaned her a vehicle to continue her mail route. The mail must go through, after all! We sure enjoy and appreciate her faithful service. Mary Briggs said her week consisted of driving back and forth to Pierre to her job with state government. She enjoyed being able to watch the State A Wrestling Tournament via computer – technology is amazing! Jon and Connie Johnson and family attended the annual diabetes camp last weekend at Outlaw Ranch near Custer. This year, there were 41 diabetic kids and their families, and it sounds like a good time was had by all. All except Connie, that is. Unfortunately, Connie got sick the first day of camp, so she spent her time in the cabin hoping to feel better. She was sick most of last week, but she's much improved now. Friday night, the Johnson's attended the Milesville play. A couple of the cast members are classmates of sons Wyatt and Avery. Sunday, Jon, Wyatt and Avery did some ice fishing at Lake Oahe. They caught fish, but it sounds like everyone got plenty cold. T.J. Gabriel was in Spearfish Friday to attend an angus meeting. Saturday evening, T.J., Jeanine and kids attended the Milesville play. Gene Hudson taught at the Cheyenne School Tuesday and Wednesday. Her daughter, Connie, is the teacher, and she was home sick. Thursday, Dick and Gene were in Rapid City to be with their brother-in-law, Son Keffeler, as he underwent some surgery. The surgery went well, and Son hopes to be released from the hospital about mid-week. Dick and Gene spent Thursday night in Rapid in order to keep a Friday appointment. On the way home Friday evening, they attended the Milesville play. Gene said the cast did an excellent job, as usual. Billy and Arlyne Markwed had a rather quiet week, mostly helping their grandson, T.J. Gabriel, get prepared for his bull sale. They attended the Milesville play Saturday evening. There was no church at Deep Creek Sunday because of blowing snow. Frank and Shirley Halligan were in Pierre Thursday for a tax appointment. They took Frank's father, Ken Halligan, out for lunch at a new restaurant in Pierre. Saturday, Frank and Shirley were in Rapid City to watch their grandson, J.J., play in a freshman basketball event there. J.J. plays for the team from Faith, and his team beat Rapid City teams from both Central and Stevens high schools – pretty successful day! Following supper with their son, Murdock, and family, Frank and Shirley returned home. Lola Roseth was in Chamberlain Wednesday and Thursday for incident management classes. Duane Roseth attended a sale in Platte Friday. Sunday, their son, Thor, and his wife, Jackie, were at Duane and Lola's for lunch. Thor and Jackie will soon be welcoming their first child – a pretty exciting time for the young couple, and also for grandpa and grandma! Nels and Dorothy Paulson were in Pierre Monday, taking care of some business and getting some supplies. They had lunch with their friends, Dale and Myrna Hartmann. Dorothy said the grocery store was busy with folks stocking up ahead of the storm. Joyce Jones was in Pierre Monday also, as she took grandchildren Luke and Mattie in for piano lessons. Joyce also stopped at the grocery store to pick up a few items (which is normal practice for people who live this far out in the country – you never want to miss an opportunity!) and she said there were no loaves of bread on the shelves. I guess people are really taking this storm warning seriously! Clark and Carmen Alleman are keeping each other company as they try to recover from the illness that has been going around the community. Daughter Kelly and her family were at the ranch over the weekend helping move cattle home in preparation for calving. Clint and Laura Alleman took their daughter, Alivya, to the doctor on Monday, and the good news is that her croup is much improved. Laura and the cast members of the upcoming Hayes play have been working hard in preparation for the performances this weekend. Some practices were cancelled last week because several of the cast were sick, but hopefully everyone will be in top form soon! Mark this weekend on your calendar – performances of the Hayes play will be Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3 at 7:00 p.m. CST, and Sunday, March 4 at 2:00 p.m., CST. This will be the 59th Hayes play – quite an accomplishment for the small community. The play is a comedy, and the group always does a great job! Julian and Coreen Roseth were in Huron over the weekend to help her mother celebrate her 80th birthday. All of Coreen's siblings and their spouses, as well as all the grandkids and great-grandkids, were in attendance, coming from as far away as Utah and Minnesota. Coreen said it was a wonderful occasion, and there were over 30 people in attendance. I'm not often successful in catching up with Ed Briggs for his news, and last week he had a tough time getting in touch with me! But we did finally have a chance to visit, and he said he has been busy attending Haakon County Commission meetings as well a meeting of the Central South Dakota Enhancement District. Ed also stopped to visit at the Dave and Laura Hand home recently. All these meetings plus the normal ranch work keep Ed on the move! Mary Neuhauser was at the ranch over the weekend. Her mother, Kathryn Schlecter, continues as a patient in Sioux Falls following a recent surgery. She is improving, but it will be a slow process. Her spirits are good, which I am convinced helps the healing process. Marge Briggs said she has been staying in and staying warm. I'm sure she is prepared to measure the snow and moisture after our storm is finished. Sometimes the strong winds make measuring a bit tricky, but Marge has been collecting weather data for a long time, so she'll be able to accomplish the task. Ray and Nancy Neuhauser have been staying close to home this past week. They had planned to attend a basketball game last Thursday, but icy roads convinced them to listen to the game on the radio. They were at the senior center Thursday, and Ray has been keeping up with his card playing groups. Ruth Neuhauser said she hasn't made much news this past week either. Now that winter seems to have arrived, the icy roads and iffy travel conditions have caused the schedules to be varied with the physical therapists and others. Thankfully, Aunt Ruth can stay inside and remain warm and comfortable. Bill and Polly Bruce had a visit from Gene Hudson and her grandson, Noah Johnson, Tuesday. The (continued on page 7)
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Engagement Announcement
Betwixt Places News
by Marsha Sumpter • 837-2048 • bilmar@gwtc.net
(continued from page 4) Saturday was in the high 40s in Kadoka. Tony Harty was ready to make a trip to Rapid, but that fell through, so instead he worked at cleaning out his garage a little. Sunday, he did manage to escape. He left early for the Milesville area. He went by Dana Fitzgerald’s for a visit before church at Milesville then had lunch and attended the Milesville play. He took great pleasure in visiting with folks before and after the play. Sunday was cool and windy with about two inches of snow in Kadoka. There was more in the Milesville area. I couldn't think of a soul to invite to attend the play on a spur of the moment notice, so went alone. You're never alone for long though. Once I got to the lunch, it was great to see Elsie and Sonny Baye from Faith. It is thanks to the dedicated work done by Elsie that we have the "Haakon Horizons" book about the folks who made the area. Sonny, even though a stroke sidelined him from getting around too great, was eager to see everyone and thoroughly enjoyed the play. Dan Piroutek and Donna King were next to me in the best seats in the house, or so it seemed. Boy, that was a great play. The best part was you could understand everything. Red and Irene Willoughby, Midland, stopped long enough after the play to give me hugs and a whisker rub. They were anxious to get home because they were calving. So to take a few precious hours away meant they had to do some quick catchup when they got home. It seems Red's winter beard may not be too greatly appreciated by Irene. It was so enjoyable to see so many friends. (Bill doesn't know what he missed!) Main Street Memories "Opportunity does knock but too many of us are watching TV at the time and don't hear it." Paul and Shelly Hartsoch of Summit, S.D., are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rechelle Marie, to Michael John Penticoff, son of Jeff and Kelly Penticoff of Philip, S.D. Rechelle is a graduate of Summit High School and Southeast Technical Institute. She is employed at Sanford Health in Fargo, N.D., as a nuclear medicine technologist. Michael is a graduate of Philip High School and the University of Sioux Falls. He is employed at Eide Bailly, LLP, in Fargo as a benefits specialist. A June 30, 2012, wedding is being planned in Fargo.
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First Lutheran Church of Philip presents …
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We Are Here
March 6th
In preparing for Easter, we will host a showing at the Gem Theatre, Philip
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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 BIBLE ON THE FLOOR
by Cornelius R. Stam
"...Thou hast magnified Thy Word above all Thy name" (Psa. 138:2). As I passed by my study the other night, I noticed that I had left a Bible lying on the floor next to a chair. In studying I had put it down momentarily to consult a reference book and had neglected to pick it up again. Now, as I caught a fleeting glimpse of that blessed Book lying there, it bothered me; in fact it bothered me enough to make me go back and pick it up and put it where it belonged. Then I began wondering why so trivial a matter had troubled me. Was it because I remembered how dad would never allow anything to lie on top of the Bible? Had mere sentiment confused my thinking? Surely the Word of God is forever settled in heaven and that book lying on the floor was only paper, ink and a leather cover. Or was it? Was it not also the Word of God as given to us? And as such, was it not representative of God Himself? If our country's flag must be treated with honor and respect; if it is sacrilege to treat it as mere cloth, how much more is this so where the Holy Bible is concerned! No, it was not merely dad's example that came to mind as I saw the Bible lying there: certainly it was not only that. Rather it was a Scripture passage of which he often reminded us; the inspired words of David quoted above: "Thou hast magnified Thy Word above all Thy name." To be sure God would have us use His Word as a textbook from which to learn His will. It is no sign of reverence for this great Book to leave it lying untouched on the shelf. He would have us use it and study it, perhaps underlining important passages and marking significant connections. But with all this we must never forget to treat it with the reverence and honor due the written Word of God.
To the Reader: Some of our Two Minutes articles were written many years ago by Pastor C. R. Stam for publication in newspapers. When many of these articles were later compiled in book form, Pastor Stam wrote this word of explanation in the Preface: "It should be borne in mind that the newspaper column, Two Minutes With the Bible, has now been published for many years, so that local, national and international events are discussed as if they occurred only recently. Rather than rewrite or date such articles, we have left them just as they were when first published. This, we felt, would add to the interest, especially since our readers understand that they first appeared as newspaper articles." We hope that you'll agree that while some of the references in these articles are dated, the spiritual truths taught therein are timeless.
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Sports & Accomplishments
March 1, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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The Philip High School is fielding nine investment teams made up of 20 family and consumer science students to compete in the Capitol Hill Stock Market Game. Currently there are 2,125 teams from 231 schools participating, representing the 435 congressional districts across the United States. Selected schools may only enter up to 10 teams. The Philip High School teams will be competing on behalf of Senator Tim Johnson. “We are so excited to be part of this national competition,” said Brigitte Brucklacher, FACS teacher at PHS. “It is an honor to be chosen to participate in this prestigious challenge.” Philip High School qualified for the CHSMG since the team of Shelby Schofield and Megan Williams won the fall semester South Dakota Stock Market Game. Philip also had teams that placed fifth and eighth in the state competition. Only one other South Dakota school is participating, Clark High School sponsored by Senator John Thune. Since its inception in 2004, the CHSMG has engaged almost 800 United States representatives and senators with over 20,000 students across the country. The game allows students to experience the stock market in real time. Each collaborative team is given $100,000 to invest. Initial investment decisions are made after the students research stocks and mutual funds and decide which ones to invest their capital in. All buy and sell transactions are made online at the Stock Market Game website. If the teams so choose, they can sell and reinvest capital at any time, whether to stem losses or to capture profits. Performance is measured against the performance of the Standard and Poor’s 500 index from February 6 through May 11. The top five teams and their teachers representing five different high schools will win an expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., June 19-21. “As of this last week, our school is 11th out of 231 schools. That is absolutely outstanding performance for these Philip students. One team was seventh out of 2,125 teams and another was 30th. It is still very early in the game and a lot can change until the end date in May, but we are off to a very competitive start,” said Brucklacher. Kyle Schulz, a senior at Philip High School, has won the high school division of the fall 2011 Investwrite essay contest. The contest is held in conjunction with the South Dakota Stock Market Game. In 700 words or less, students had to write about the criteria they used when purchasing investments for the game.
Correction
A story and photo was published on page nine of the February 16 Pioneer Review issue concerning National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Kianna Knutson was not present for the photo, but was also recognized along with five other senior athletes from Philip High School. We apologize for the omission.
above, back row, from left: Samantha Johnson, Brad Huffman, Tate DeJong, Gunner Hook, Brad Pfeifle and Cassidy Schnabel. Third row: Audra Antonsen, Krista Wells, Kelsie Kroetch, Katelyn Enders, Tara Cantrell, Holly Iwan and Shelby Schofield. Second row: Brittany Bartels, Misty Johnson, Madison Hand and Brooke Scheessele. Floor: Samantha Huston, Gavin Snook, Austin Davidson and Megan Williams. Shown at left, instructor Brigitte Brucklacher presents a certificate and a $50 check to Schulz, a senior at Philip High School, for his having won the high school division of the fall 2011 Investwrite essay contest. Courtesy photos
Capitol Hill Stock Market Game ... Shown
Youth Day at Black Hills Stock Show a big success for young people in animal projects
During the Black Hills Stock Show Youth Day, young people from South Dakota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Minnesota and Montana competed in various livestock and horse events from livestock judging, livestockology, beef cook-off, hippology, to horse quiz bowl. Also part of the Youth Day event activities was a dog show which hosted events for obedience, rally, agility and showmanship. Area volunteers, South Dakota State University Extension staff and SDSU students helped organize and run the event as part of the Black Hills Stock Show activities. More than 100 youth participated in the judging contest where they evaluated beef cattle, hogs and breeding sheep classes. SDSU’s 2010 livestock evaluation team officiated the contest. The top three individuals in beginner, junior and senior age groups were awarded prizes. Awards were: Beginners – 1st Morgan Edmund, Sioux, Neb.; 2nd Clark Riesen, Dawes, Neb.; 3rd Shyanne Howell, Butte; Juniors1st Beau Jersild, Dawes, Neb.; 2nd Abby Dyer, Crawford, Neb.; 3rd Sawyer Naasz, Brule; Seniors- 1st Meghan Brence, Custer, Mont.; 2nd Emily Ketteler, Hughes; 3rd Amanda Kammerer, Meade. Youth competed on teams in the livestockology contest to showcase their knowledge of livestock sciences and husbandry. Teams solved written problems and created oral presentations. They completed lab stations of wool evaluation, beef retail cuts, swine breeds, range plant identification, pest management and recognized different feed sources. Top individuals and teams were: Seniors: 1st Emily Ketteler, Hughes County; 2nd Sam Haigh, Haakon/Jackson County; 3rd Seth Haigh, Haakon/Jackson County; Senior Team: 1st Haakon/Jackson County; 2nd Hughes County; 3rd Bennett County; Juniors- 1st Mary Nold, Brookings County; 2nd Haley Ketteler, Hughes County; 3rd Will Kessler, Hughes County; Junior Team:1st Hughes County, 2nd Brookings/Grant County, 3rd Carter County. This year’s beef cook-off winners were: Beginnner: Abby Moon, Pennington County; Junior-Kadon Leddy, Grant County; and Senior: Becki Frybarger, Custer County. Youth created their own dishes using beef as the main ingredient. This year’s winners may be junior judges for next year’s competition. Youth in the hippology contest did a written exam, identification stations and worked in teams to complete oral and written problems about the horse industry. The SDSU Horse Club helped assist youth and teach the participants good horsemanship. Top individuals were: Senior Division- 1st Ashley Currence, Roberts County; 2nd Sentel Johnson, Butte/Lawrence County; Senior Team – 1st Murray County; Junior Division – 1st Chippewa County, Minn.; 2nd Mary Nold, Hughes County; 3rd Sarah Vos, Pennington; Junior Team – 1st Chippewa County, Minn.; 2nd Hughes County; 3rd Pennington County. Twenty teams were represented in the horse quiz bowl. Chippewa County, Minn., took top honors. The reserve champion team was Sargent County, N.D., and top three individuals were: 1st Josh Johnson, Chippewa County, Minn.; 2nd Camille Lynn, Pipestone County, Minn.; 3rd Jenny Sievert, Hutchinson County, Minn. Dog show results for the obedience competition were: 1st in Basic A- Beginner, Jessamy Schwarz, Haakon County; Junior, Angela Dehn, Pennington County; Senior, Beth O’Neill, Pennington County; 1st in Basic B- Beginner, Will Inghram, Sundance County, Wyo.; Junior, Chance Snook, Dawes County, Neb.; Senior, Staysha Smith, Pennington County; 1st in PreNovice- Beginner, Grittney Stratmeyer, Pennington County; Junior, McKayla Stratmeyer, Pennington County; Senior, Hannah Selan, Custer County; 1st in Novice – Junior, Micaela Ryamond, Pennington, County. Rally competition winners were: Advanced A – Catherine Maher, Pennington County; Advanced B – Taren Jones, Custer County; Novice- Beginner, Molly Schwartz, Pennington County; Junior, Catherine Maher, Pennington County; Senior, Staysha Smith, Pennington County. Youth who excelled in agility were: Advanced, Taren Jones, Custer County; Off Leash, Hannah Selan, Custer County; On LeashBeginner, Kelsey Derrick, Pennington County; Junior Catherine Maher, Pennington County; Senior, Beth O’Neill, Pennington County. Showmanship 1st place winners in Novice were: Beginner, Will Inghram, Sundance County, Wyo. and Junior/Senior, Hannah Selan, Custer County. Open 1st place Showmanship winners were: Beginner, Brittney Stratmeyer, Pennington County; Junior, Catherine Maher, Pennington County; Senior, Staysha Smith, Pennington County.
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Philip League Bowling
Monday Nite Mixed Rockers......................................27-13 Shad’s Towing...........................25-15 Badlands Auto ..........................21-19 Groven Chemical ......................21-19 Dakota Bar................................18-22 Handrahan Const .......................8-32 Highlights: Andrew Reckling .3-10 split; 243/603 Jerry Mooney ........................227/578 Bryan Buxcel.........................215/629 Marsha Sumpter ...2-7 split; 199/499 Maralynn Burns....................170/476 Jason Petersen .............................582 Rick Coyle .............................208/563 Wendell Buxcel................6-7-10 split Connie Schlim ......................5-7 split Tuesday Men’s Early People’s Mkt................................24-8 Kennedy Imp.............................18-14 Corks .........................................16-16 Kadoka Tree Service.................16-16 George’s Welding ......................15-17 Bear Auto ..................................15-17 G&A Trenching.........................13-19 Wild Hogs..................................11-21 Highlights: Alvin Pearson ....5-7 split; 203 clean, .............................243 clean, 222/668 Tony Gould ....................207, 205/601 Earl Park ...............4-5 split; 209/558 Bill Stone...............................213/553 Pat Birkimer...............3-10 split; 544 Steve Varner ................................536 James Mansfield ........3-10 split; 536 Matt Schofield.......................201/529 Wayne Hindman .3-10 split; 215/508 Cindy O’Connell .................3-10 split Fred Foland ........................3-10 split Jerry Iron Moccasin ...........5-10 split Wednesday Morning Coffee All Star Auto .............................29-11 Jolly Ranchers ..........................27-13 Invisibles ...................................22-18 Cutting Edge Salon ............21.5-18.5 State Farm Ins..........................17-23 Ghost Team...........................3.5-36.5 Highlights: Karen Foland ..............194 clean/525 Marsha Sumpter .........193 clean/472 Charlene Kjerstad .............3-10 split; ...............................................176/446 Lila Whidby..................................180 Audrey Jones................................169 Wednesday Nite Early Dorothy’s Catering ...................26-10 99 Pins.......................................21-15 Chiefie’s Chicks ........................20-16 Wall Food Center......................20-16 Morrison’s Haying ....................16-20 Just Tammy’s............................15-21 Dakota Bar................................14-22 First National Bank .................12-24 Highlights: Dorothy Hansen....................199/536 Lindsey Hildebrand ..............192/496 LouAnn Reckling .........................186 Kathy Arthur ........................187/519 Amy Morrison ..............................472 Emily Kroetch ..............................170 Thursday Nite Men’s WEE BADD...............................17-11 A&M Laundry...........................16-12 O’Connell Const ........................16-12 McDonnell Farms .....................16-12 The Steakhouse ........................14-14 Coyle’s SuperValu.....................12-16 Dakota Bar................................11-17 West River Pioneer Tanks .......10-18 Highlights: Brian Pearson..............5-7 split; 221, .....................................209 clean/639 Bryan Buxcel.........................225/600 Dane Hellekson............................187 Rick Coyle ............3-10 split; 214/574 Matt Schofield .....3-10 split; 201/566 Doug Hauk..................3-10 split; 549 Mike Moses............5-7 split; 202/545 Jay McDonnell.....4-9 & 5-8-10 splits Harlan Moos .........................4-5 split Alvin Pearson .....................3-10 split Wendell Buxcel...................3-10 split Alex (Toad) Moos................9-10 split Friday Nite Mixed Roy’s Amigos .............................27-13 King Pins...................................22-18 Rusty Spurs ..............................22-18 Randy’s Spray Service..............21-19 Cristi’s Crew .......................20.5-19.5 Rowdy Rollers .....................20.5-19.5 Hart to Hart..............................18-22 Ghost Team.................................9-19 Highlights: Randy Boyd ...................200, 230/610 Aaron Richardson 193 clean,223/613 Rudy Reiman .......................2-7 split; .....................................219 clean/524 Cory Boyd ..................3-10 split; 213, .....................................227 clean/654 Brian Pearson.....................226 clean Hayli Mayfield .............................400 Skyler Patterson ...................200/528 Trina Brown ..........4-5 split; 199/514 Cristi Ferguson .....................181/481 Theresa Miller..............................171 Alvin Pearson ......................4-9 split; .....................................202 clean/563 Matt Schofield..............................216 Michael Schofield ...............3-10 split Rachel Hajny ......................3-10 split
Mountain lion number 60 was taken Thursday, February 23. Hunters have taken 11 mountain lions since Monday, February 20, and are now near the harvest limit for the 2012 season. The harvest limit for the season is 70. In addition, there is a sublimit of 50 female mountain lions and so far 37 have been taken.
Haakon County Republican National Convention Delegate Selection Meeting
All Haakon County Republicans are invited to select national convention delegates at a Special County Caucus Thursday, March 1, 8:00 p.m., First National Bank in Philip’s board room.
(next to First National Agency)
If you are interested in attending the Republican National Convention in Tampa Bay, FL, in August please be at this important meeting. For more information please contact Haakon County Republican Chairman Boyd Waara at 859-2880
“I can find WHATEVER you’re looking for!” –David Burnett, Owner
HAAKON SCHOOL DISTRICT CHILD FIND/PRESCHOOL SCREENING
A free screening of preschool children age 3-5 within the Haakon School District will be Monday, March 12th, in the Fine Arts Building. Letters will go out to eligible children that we have on file that have not been screened in the past. Any child in the age range of 3 through 5 will be screened using the DIAL 4. Law enforcement will be offering fingerprinting, Kristie Stone will be available with information on Head Start, a nurse from Youth and Family Services will be available to check vision, and Heidi Burns, SD Dept of Health, will be checking height, weight, and immunizations. Lori Quinn will be available with child safety seat information provided by the SD Child Safety Seat Program, Project 8. If you have a child eligible for Kindergarten next year, please register him or her at this time also. If you have a child in the age range of 3 through 5 and would like to have him or her screened, please call Pat in the elementary office Monday through Thursday at 859-2001 to set up an appointment.
[Published March 1 & 8, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $88.80]
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Sports & Accomplishments
Philip Area at State wrestling tournament
The Philip Scotties versus the Kadoka Area Kougars boys’ basketball game in Kadoka, Friday, February 24 ended with a 71-41 win for the Scotties. Philip held a one-point lead at the end of the first quarter. The second quarter was a pulling away by the Scotties, allowing only seven points for Kadoka. The second half began with Philip dominating the board. That domination continued, during the fourth quarter. Philip 17 15 20 19 = 71 Kadoka 16 7 8 10 = 41
March 1, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Philip Scotties defeat Kadoka Kougars 71-41
Three pointers: Philip – 29% (4 of 14), Kadoka Area sank 2. Rebounds: Philip – 49. Leaders: DeJong – 12, Hook – 8, Slovek – 7, Cvach – 5, O’Dea and Schaack – 4 each, Rush and Schnabel – 2 each, Paul Guptill, Doolittle, Brody Jones, Brucklacher and Marcus Martinez – 1 each. Assists: Philip – 12. Leaders: Cvach – 6, Hook – 2, O’Dea, DeJong, Brucklacher and Rush – 1 each. Steals: Philip – 8. Leaders: O’Dea and Schnabel – 2 each, Doolittle, Hook, DeJong and Martinez – 1 each. Turnovers: Philip – 11. Team fouls: Philip – 21, Kadoka Area – 24. Fouled out: Philip – O’Dea, Kadoka Area – Schofield, Sudbeck and Ireland. Philip top scorers: Schnabel – 9, Slovek – 7, Schaack – 6, Holman – 5, Jones – 4, Guptill, and Rush – 2 each. Kadoka Area scorers: Buchholz – 13, Luke Morrison – 7, Wyatt Enders – 6, Klay O’Daniel and Lane Patterson – 5 each, Shane Ring – 4. Field goals: Philip – 25% (13 of 53), Kadoka Area sank 14. Free throws: Philip – 31% (8 of 26), Kadoka Area – 58% (7 of 12). Three pointers: Philip – 10% (1 of 10), Kadoka Area sank 2. Rebounds: Philip – 31. Leaders: Jones, Schnabel and Schaack – 5 each, Rush and Slovek – 4 each, Kruse Bierle – 3, Blake Martinez and Holman – 2 each, Guptill – 1. Assists: Philip – 8. Leaders: Schaack – 3, Holman and Schnabel – 2 each, Brucklacher – 1. Steals: Philip – 20. Leaders: Slovek – 7, B. Martinez and Schnabel – 3 each, Holman and Rush – 2 each, Guptill, Bierle and Brucklacher – 1 each. Blocks: Philip – 1. Leader: Bierle – 1. Turnovers: Philip – 17. Team fouls: Philip – 17, Kadoka Area – 21. Fouled out: Kadoka Area – Morrison.
three points. Philip 5 12 14 6 = 37 Kadoka 9 15 6 10 = 40
Chance Knutson, 170 pounds, sixth place at state. Chandlier Sudbeck, 145 pounds, fourth place at state. The Philip Area wrestling team wrapped up its 2011-2012 season by being represented by 10 members at the South Dakota State B Wrestling Tournament, Friday and Saturday, February 24-25, at the Rushmore Civic Center in Rapid City. Four sessions, two per day, were held. Out of 45 different schools represented, Philip Area earned 36 points to take the 18th spot as a team. Canton took first place, with 123.5 points. Individually, Philip Area’s Chandlier Sudbeck placed, taking fourth in the 145 pound division, and Chance Knutson placed by earning sixth place in the 170 pound class.
Nick Donnelly, 106 lbs., season record 34-11 •major decision over Jess Karber (Clark/Willow Lake), 8-0 •major decision by Luke Loudenberg (Howard), 3-12 •decision by Patrick Aeschbacher (Winner), 2-6 Jed Brown, 113 lbs., record 24-15 •major decision by Oliver Aesoph (Faulkton Area), 0-13 •decision by Alex Caba (Bon Homme), 3-9 Grady Carley, 120 lb., record 21-18 •pinned by Adam Krause (Deuel), 2:50 •pinned Tyler Willems (Garretson), 3:11 •decision by Chasen Cole (Custer), 06 Lane Blasius, 132 lbs., record 25-2 •major decision over Miles Kreeger (Wagner), 14-2 •decision by Jace Christiansen (Flandreau), 0-7 •decision by Jakob Weisbrod (CWL), 0-7 Reed Johnson, 138 lbs., record 2514 •decision by Brian Vermeulen (Plankinton-Mt. Vernon-Corsica), 5-11 •decision over Riley Potter (FAU), 73 •major decision by Austin Soukup (WAG), 1-9 Chandlier Sudbeck, 145 lbs., record 28-9 •major decision over Dylan Cotton (Marion/Freeman), 13-4 •decision over Kent Hall (FAU), 8-5 •decision by Mitch Heisinger (Parkston), 4-10 •pinned Jake Scofield (FLA), 3:51 •major decision by David Kocer (WAG), 0-10 Clint Stout, 152 lbs., record 31-8 •decision by Donovan Kullnat (HOW), 14-15 •major decision over Austin Thomas (FAU), 12-4 •decision by Corey Schlotte (Webster Area), 4-5 Chance Knutson, 170 lbs., record 13-5 •decision over Tre Blasdell (Miller/Highmore-Harrold), 12-8 •major decision by Dakota Petersen (FLA), 6-14 •pinned Shay Johnson (PMVC), 3:50 •decision over Trevor Lensing (WAG), 14-9 •major decision by Kase Jacobs (CAN), 2-13 •decision by Jared McClurg (WEB), 1-6 Logan Ammons, 195 lbs., record 1412 •pinned by Brady Bonte (GAR), 1:20 •pinned by Taylor Haley (WIN), 2:30 Gavin DeVries, 220 lbs., record 1616 •pinned by Branden Tuttle (WIN), 3:42 •pinned by Matt Bankes (GAR), 1:39
Philip scorers: Tate DeJong – 19, Austin O’Dea – 17, Thomas Doolittle – 12, Gunner Hook – 5, Tristen Rush and Wyatt Schaack – 4 each, Quade Slovek – 3, Colter Cvach, Nelson Holman and Gavin Brucklacher – 2 each, Cassidy Schnabel – 1. Kadoka Area top scorers: Kenar VanderMay – 18, Logan Christensen – 6, Bryan Schofield and True Buchholz – 5 each, Sean Ireland and Brady Sudbeck – 2 each. Field goals: Philip – 39% (20 of 51), Kadoka Area sank 14. Free throws: Philip – 68% (19 of 28), Kadoka Area – 35% (17 of 20).
The junior varsity was far closer, but none-the-less a loss for Philip. The two quarters in the first half weren’t all that far apart. Philip originally trailed by just two field goals, then inched back a bit further with the half ending 17-24. The third quarter belonged to the Scotties. They had not only caught up, but were one point ahead when the buzzer sounded. The final quarter saw Philip give up four points, losing the game by
Scotties take 66-44 win over Christian
The Philip Scotties traveled to New Underwood to challenge the Rapid City Christian Comets, Monday, February 27, in Philip’s first contest in district play. Philip eased into the first quarter, taking a one-point lead by the sound of the buzzer. The Scotties then launched ahead, doubling their second quarter score over their opponents’ score. The second half saw the Philip lead increase by another eight points, but the game
Philip top scorers: Gunner Hook – 13, Tate DeJong – 12, Thomas Doolittle – 10, Nelson Holman – 8, Tristen Rush – 6, Austin O’Dea – 4, Cassidy Schnabel and Quade Slovek – 3 each, Wyatt Schaack – 2, Gavin Brucklacher and Colter Cvach – 1 each. Rapid City Christian scorers: Peter Irwin – 19, Eli Houchens – 9, Matt Muehlbauer – 4, Ben Hodges and Charlie Wilhelm – 3 each, Jon Eggebraaten, Lucas Clegg and Paul McLaughlin – 2 each. Field goals: Philip – 35% (17 of 40), Rapid City Christian sank 15. Free throws: Philip – 67% (20 of 30), Rapid City Christian – 61% (11 of 18). Three pointers: Philip – 33% (4 of 12), Rapid City Christian sank 1.
was in the Scotties’ pocket. Philip 7 26 12 21 = 66 R.C.Christian 6 13 7 18 = 44
The Kadoka Area Booster Club held a welcome home celebration for the Philip Area wrestlers, Sunday evening. Each of the wrestlers present spoke about their favorite memories of this year’s wrestling season, as well as their favorite foods. Harry Weller emceed the event and several community supporters provided words of encouragement as well.
Philip Lady Scotties fall to Wall to end season
The Philip Lady Scotties competed in the first round of the Dis14B girls basketball trict tournament, Monday, February 20, in New Underwood. The Scotties went head-to-head with the Wall Eagles. In the first quarter, Philip’s two points were barely trumped by Wall’s four points. The second quarter saw a pulling away by the Eagles. In the third quarter, the Scotties fell further behind, putting only two more points on the scoreboard while allowing 12 more against them. In the final quarter, Philip came back some, but the previous damage was too great. With this loss, the Lady Scotties concluded their 2011-2012 basketball season. Philip 2 8 2 14 = 26 Wall 4 13 12 7 = 36 Philip scorers: Josie Guptill – 12, Misty Johnson and Katlin Knutson – 4 each, Ashton Reedy – 3, Holly Iwan – 2, Jordyn Dekker – 1. Wall scorers: Autumn Schulz – 14, Sadie O’Rourke – 5, Carlee Johnston, Josie Blasius and Krysta Kjerstad – 4 each, Bailey Lytle and Kaitlin Schreiber – 2 each, Elsie Fortune – 1. Field goals: Philip – 23% (8 of 35), Wall – 34% (11 of 32). Free throws: Philip – 50% (10 of 20), Wall – 64% (14 of 22). Three pointers: Wall – 0% (0 of 1) Rebounds: Philip – 22, Wall – 27. Philip leaders: Hanna Hostutler and Dekker – 5 each, Iwan and Johnson – 3 each. Wall leader: Kjerstad – 5. Assists: Philip – 1, Wall – 5. Philip leaders: Guptill – 1. Turnovers: Philip – 31, Wall – 25. Team fouls: Philip – 20, Wall – 20.
Rebounds: Philip – 36. Leaders: Hook - 11, DeJong – 8, Doolittle and Schnabel – 3 each, Schaack, Slovek, Brucklacher and Cvach – 2 each, Holman, Paul Guptill and Rush – 1 each. Assists: Philip – 15. Leaders: O’Dea and Rush – 3 each, Cvach – 2, Doolittle, Holman, Hook, Schnabel, Slovek, Brucklacher and DeJong – 1 each. Steals: Philip – 10. Leaders: O’Dea – 3, Hook and Rush – 2 each, Doolittle, Brucklacher and DeJong – 1 each. Blocks: Philip – 4. Leaders: Hook – 4. Turnovers: Philip – 20. Team fouls: Philip – 20, Rapid City Christian – 23. Fouled out: Rapid City Christian – Jadd Evans.
The next competition for the Philip Scotties will be the District 14B tournament, starting Monday, February 27, and continuing Thursday and Friday, March 1-2.
AAU wrestling tournaments in Wall and Philip
An AAU wrestling tournament was held in Wall, February 19. There were approximately 320 wrestlers competing, with 18 of those being from the Philip area. First place winners include Reece Heltzel, Levi Williams, Cash Wilson, McCoy Peterson, Cody Donnelly and Jesse Hostutler. Second place winners include Pedro Dennis, Victor Dennis, Brit Morrison, Ethan Burnett, Hunter Peterson and Ryker Peterson. Third place winners include Trey Elshere and Lincoln Koehn. Fourth place spots went to Sawyer Smith, Bryan Letellier and Parker Snyder. Gage Ravellette brought home a fifth place spot. The annual AAU wrestling tournament in Philip was Monday, February 20. Braving the snowy conditions were 134 young wrestlers. Philip area had 26 athletes participate in the tournament, which lasted about 2.5 hours. First place honors went to Donnelly, Stratton Morehart, Eastan West, Hostutler, Heltzel, Rance Johnson, Smith, Layton Terkildsen, Morrison and Keagan Fitch. Second place spots were earned by H. Peterson, Burnett, Bosten Morehart, Koehn, Williams, Lane Kuckenbecker, R. Peterson, Jensen Fitch, Tukker Boe and Ravellette. Third places went to V. Dennis, Wilson and Trey Elshere. Fourth places were earned by Letellier, M. Peterson and Kade Fitzgerald. As in previous years, local parents brought in food, worked at the tournament and stayed to help clean up the gymnasium. Head coach Matt Donnelly, assistant coach Keven Morehart and the Philip Area high school wrestlers assisted at the tournament. The local AAU wrestlers were coached by Brad Heltzel, JR Snyder, Trevor Fitch, Michael Peterson, Lee Dennis and others who volunteered their time and expertise. The young wrestlers are now busy preparing to compete at districts, which will be held in Kadoka, March 3.
Determination ... Philip’s Quade Slovek during the Philip/Kadoka game.
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Save ... Philip’s Marcus Martinez stopping the ball from going out of bounds
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