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Supplement to:
Pennington Co. Courant
Pioneer Review
Murdo Coyote
Kadoka Press
New Underwood Post
Wall .....................................................................Pages 3-5
Philip ................................................................Pages 6-12
Jones County .................................................Pages 13-16
Kadoka Area ..................................................Pages 17-21
New Underwood.............................................Pages 22-24
Guide
December 6, 2012
Featuring:
Wrestling &
Basketball
Previews,
Choral, Band
& Activity
Schedules
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 2
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Wall Lady Eagles. Back row, left to right, Samantha Steffen, Josie Blasius, Emily Linn
and Tayah Huether. Middle row, Carlee Johnston, Kaitlin Schreiber, Sadie O'Rourke
and Monica Bielmaier. Front row, Bobbie Steffen, Maddi Bauer, Autumn Schulz and Bai-
ley Lytle.
2012-13 Wall Lady Eagles basketball team
By Coach John Hess
The Lady Eagles will go into the
2012-2013 season with an experi-
enced group.
The Lady Eagles were runner up
in their district with a young group
of girls. With the departure of our
lone senior Krysta Kjerstad, we are
looking to have a good year. We
will still be young and will play
that way at times, but as the sea-
son goes along and we mature we
look to be playing our best ball
come tourney time.
We should have a quick team
this year and will try to get out and
run as much as we can. We look to
do a lot of full defense with our
quickness.
Returning for the Lady Eagles
are: Autumn Schulz, a 5’9” senior
who averages 13.3 points per game
and eight rebounds per game.
Last season she was asked to carry
the load for us, this season we will
rely on her experience to lead the
Lady Eagles on and off the floor.
Sadie O’Rourke a 5’7” junior
averages 10.9 points per game.
Sadie is a spark plug. She is a
good defender and makes things
tough on opposing teams point
guards. She can be an explosive
scorer and will need to step up and
have some big games for us.
Kaitlin Schreiber is a 5’8” junior
and averages 3.2 points per game
and 4.5 rebounds per game.
Kaitlin is an active player with a
nice touch from the outside. She is
a hard worker and will need to step
into a leadership role.
Bailey Lytle is a 5’3” senior.
Bailey is a very smart player and
will need to have a strong off sea-
son to step up for us.
Carlee Johnston is a 5’5” sopho-
more and averages 4.1 points per
game and 4.0 rebounds per game.
Carlee is a very athletic and quick
ball player. She has grown a lot as
a freshman and will look to have a
good season for us next season.
Tayah Huether is a 5’6” sopho-
more. Tayah is a smart and hard
working ball player. She will give
us good minutes this season.
Josie Blasius a 5’7” freshman,
averages 3.6 points per game.
Josie played very well for us as an
eighth grader last season.
Emily Linn is a 5’6” sophomore.
Emily is a talented, quick player
that will see the floor this season.
She will be handling some of the
point guard duties. She sees the
floor extremely well.
Monica Bielmaier is a 5’9” fresh-
man. Monica is an up and comer.
She has a good work ethic and is
looking to spread the floor with
her outside shooting.
The Lady Eagles will look to be
competitive every game this sea-
son and will look to keep improv-
ing and be playing our best ball
come the end of the year.
Teams in Conference: Jones
County, Bennett County and
White River.
Teams in State: Summit, Han-
son, Faith and Estelline.
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Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 3
Wall “Eagles”
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Gymnastic team numbers up
By Coach Heidi Coller Wow to this 2012/2013 season!
Fourteen gymnasts have shown
their interest in the sport of gym-
nastics this year!
A few of our returning gym-
nasts and myself hosted a chil-
dren's gymnastics camp this past
August and were greatful to have
over 50 future gymnasts attend.
We are a very young team with
five seventh graders and two
eighth graders. The team also
consists of one freshman, one
sophomore and five juniors.
I believe with our young team
we will be showing some real
progress throughout the season.
Assisting me this season is
Tracy Enders from Kadoka.
We will be attending eight
meets this season. We are fortu-
nate to host two home meets on
February 1st and 9th at the Wall
Powerhouse.
The State competition is being
hosted in Rapid City this year the
weekend of February 15 - 17th.
We would love your support.
Mighty Wall Players to present Oprhan Trains
One Act Play actors. Pictured from left to right Maddi Bauer, Cody Harris, Emily Linn,
Shanda-Rae Enriquez, Analise Garland, Austin Huether, Ryder Wilson, Joaquin Contr-
eras, Travis Brenner, ShyAnn Mordecai, Catriona Brunnemann, Thomas Van Osdol and
Libbi Sykora. (Not pictured: Autumn Deering, Kaden Eisenbraun, Nicole Eisenbraun,
Sterling Ellens, Michael Mordecai, Michaela Schaefer, Andrew Ferris, Will Houseman
and Autumn Schulz.)
In order to tell that largely un-
told story and to give young actors
an opportunity to perform a play
that will stretch them, the Mighty
Wall Players will be performing
Orphan Trains by Deborah Craig
as their one act play contest entry
in January.
A cast of 17 Wall High School
students will present Orphan
Trains for the community on Sun-
day afternoon, January 13 at the
Powerhouse. On Wednesday, Jan-
uary 16 the cast and crew will
travel to Pierre for the Region 7
By Director Ron Burtz
"It's an important and poignant
part of American history that has
been largely ignored." So says
Drama Director Ron Burtz regard-
ing the Orphan Train Project.
Beginning in the 1850's and con-
tinuing through the 1920's the
Children's Aid Society of New
York put over 200,000 orphaned
and neglected children on trains
bound for the west where they
were adopted by families and
given new homes and a brighter
future.
Contest where they will compete
with six other schools for a chance
to advance to the State One Act
Play Festival in Brandon, in early
February.
According to the publisher,
Playscripts Inc., this will be first
time Orphan Trains has been pre-
sented in South Dakota.
Included in the cast are: Ryder
Wilson, Libbi Sykora, Analise Gar-
land, Cody Harris, Travis Bren-
ner, Autumn Deering, Shyann
Mordecai, Austin Huether, Cat
Brunneman, Nicole Eisenbraun,
Michaela Schaefer, Maddie Bauer,
Kaden Eisenbraun, Emily Linn,
Sterling Ellens, Thomas Van
Osdol, and Michael Mordecai.
Each cast member will play
multiple parts in the anthology
style play.
Members of the technical crew
are Joaquin Contreras, Shanda
Rae Enriquez, Andrew Ferris, and
Autumn Schulz.
The production is directed by
Ron Burtz and Kathy Swan.
Wall Gymnastic team. Back row: pictured from left to
right ... Heather Dauksavage, Paisley Godfrey, Kallie An-
derson and Winter Godfrey. Front row ... Kelly Green,
Jennifer Emery and Michaela Schaefer.
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Wall “Eagles”
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their academic and
athletic endeavors.
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Wall Eagles Boys basketball 2011-2013 preview
The Wall Eagles have played in
three consecutive regional cham-
pionship games and they under-
stand that in order to return to a
fourth regional championship
game it will have to be earned.
This year’s approach will be to
take one game at a time and to
learn from each game to become a
better team.
I feel we have a very athletic
team that can get up and down
the floor and create a fast paced
By Coach Ryan Dinger
The 2012 - 2013 Wall Eagles
Boys Basketball team is prepar-
ing to have a successful season
with a solid group of upper class-
man.
This year’s team will be led by
five seniors and eight juniors who
will all work well together as a
team. We also have three sopho-
mores and six freshmen that will
contribute to this year’s team ef-
fort.
This group of boys understands
what it takes to be successful as a
basketball team and is prepared
to work together to have a great
season.
I am very excited to coach this
team and prepare them for life as
individuals and create a team
first attitude.
game. The team has several scor-
ing options both from the outside
and the inside.
Our players have been working
hard in the weight room and have
been shooting throughout the
summer to improve their game.
The team also attended several
team camps this summer and sev-
eral players attended individual
camps as well.
Team unity will be the biggest
factor in how successful the Wall
Eagles will be this season. Every
basketball player’s dream is to
play in a state tournament and the
Wall Eagles have that as one of
their team goals, but they will
take one game at a time first and
see what happens.
Several boys on this year’s team
have played in a state champi-
onship football game, so they
know what it takes to reach their
goal. I am honored to have the op-
portunity to lead this basketball
team this year and the boys are
very excited to get started.
I encourage everyone to come
out and support your 2012 - 2013
Wall Eagles Boys Basketball
team. Our first game will be held
Friday, December 7th at 6:00 p.m.
in Philip.
Eagles 2012 - 2013 Boys’ basketball team. Back row:
picture from left to right ... Austin Huether, Danny
Muzik, Rylee Schreiber, David Sykora, Camden Sawvell,
Alex Tysdal, Riley Fortune and Carson Johnston. Middle
row: Pictured from left to right ... Tucker O’Rourke, Les
Williams, Ben Linn, Clancy Lytle, CJ Schulz, Tyler Pe-
terson, Trevor Anderson and Dusty Dartt. Front row:
pictured from left to right ... Austin Davidson, Lane Hus-
tead, Tyler Trask, Laketon McLaughlin and Ryder Wil-
son. (not pictured July Kammerer.)
2012-13 Wall Wrestlers
Wall Eagle Wrestlers for the season 2012 - 2013. Pictured
back row: from left to right ... Lane Blasius, Raedon An-
derson and Joaquin Contreras. Front row: from left to
right ... Trey Elshere, Preston Eisenbraun and Aaron
Moschell. ~Photo Nancy Haigh
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 5
Wall “Eagles”
Philip “Scotties”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 6
by Nancy Haigh
For the third straight season the
Philip Lady Scotties will learn new
skills under the tutelage of a new
coach.
Karmen Marbry coached volley-
ball for two years in Estelline and
looks forward to the challenge of
coaching basketball. She played
basketball throughout high school
and one year on the School of
Mines team.
Since Marbry did not watch the
team play last year, she is some-
what handicapped in knowing the
players. She has watched them at
open gym and has noticed areas
that need improvement.
Ball handling skills are at the
top of her list for the first few prac-
tices. Marbry said she wants to
have the players gain control of the
ball, to own it. By having good con-
trol of the ball the team can utilize
the fast break. Marbry said she
likes to play a fast paced game as
the high momentum can work in
their favor. “It takes some wind
though,” said Marbry.
Marbry added that the team also
needs to work on shooting form and
positioning at the basket. From
watching the girls during open gym
she has noticed that the team’s
field goal percentage is low.
On the defense side she likes to
use zone defense, typically the two-
three zone. After they gain more
experience she said they can move
to more difficult zone defenses.
Marbry said the zone will espe-
cially help when an opposing team
has more size. “It allows other play-
ers to share in that responsibility,”
she said.
Marbry said she likes her team
to play aggressive ball. “Getting
after the ball and being on their
toes all the time,” is what she likes
to see in her players. She said for
them to do that, and maintain it,
they have to be in shape.
In preliminary looks at how the
team plays together she sees poten-
tial team leaders in juniors Bailey
Radway, Madison Hand, and Jor-
dyn Dekker; and seniors Krista
Wells and Sam Johnson. She said
each is strong in one or more areas,
such as being focused, knowing the
game, strong in the post position
and accurate shooting.
Marbry noted since she is new to
the district, “we’re going to take it
one game at a time.” She said they
will practice for the upcoming
game and not for one particular
team that they’ll play during the
season.
Other team members for this
season are seniors Holly Iwan,
Katelyn Enders and Megan
Williams; juniors Kaci Olivier and
Katie Hostutler; sophomores
Hanna Hostutler, Ashton Reedy,
Tyana Gottsleben, Katlin Knutson,
Peyton DeJong, Brett Carley and
Justina Cvach; and freshmen Elle
Coyle, Ta’Te Fortune, Jenny John-
ston and Libbi Koester.
These girls will be looking to fill
the positions left by 2012 graduates
Misty Johnson, Audra Antonsen,
Josie Guptill and LaRae Van Tas-
sel.
Student managers this year are
sophomore Afton Burns and fresh-
man Briaunna Williams.
New season, new coach, for girls’ basketball team
Preparing for a new and better season ... The Lady Scotties basketball squad
started practice November 19 for the new season. Picture back row from left are Jenny Johnston,
Katie Hostutler, Jordyn Dekker, Tyana Gottsleben, Peyton DeJong and assistant coach Kory Foss.
Third row from left are head coach Karmen Marbry, Justina Cvach, Brett Carley, Katlin Knutson,
Madison Hand and Hanna Hostutler. Second row from left are Bailey Radway, Elle Coyle, Ta’Te
Fortune, Libbi Koester, and Ashton Reedy. Front row from left are Megan Williams, Krista Wells,
Sam Johnson and Katelyn Enders. Not pictured are players Holly Iwan and Kaci Olivier, and stu-
dent managers Afton Burns and Briaunna Williams. Photo by Nancy Haigh
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To all the
Students & Faculty:
We wish you all the luck
in your studies & athletic
games this 2012-13 year!
Stop in after the sporting events
for supper or munchies!!
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Good luck
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winter
academics
and sports!
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Philip “Scotties”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 7
Philip High Sports Schedule
GiRlS’ BaSkeTBall
December
6 @ Wall ...................................6:00
8 @/ R.C. Christian..................1:00
13 w/ Stanley Co........................2:30
15 w/ Edgemont.........................2:30
17 @ Kadoka..............................3:00
20 @ Bison .................................6:00
29 w/ Colome @ Winner............TBA
January
3 w/ New Underwood..............6:00
5 @ Dupree...............................5:30
8 @ Sully Buttes ......................5:30
10 w/ Kadoka.............................6:00
14 w/ Wall ..................................6:00
19 w/ Bennett Co.......................2:00
25 @ Lemmon ............................2:30
26 w/ Newell ..............................5:00
29 w/ Faith.................................6:00
31 w/ Oelrichs............................5:30
February
5 @ Jones Co. ...........................5:30
7 @ Lyman...............................5:30
14 @ White River.......................5:30
18/19/21 District 14B..................TBA
26 Regions @ TBA.....................TBA
March
6-8 State B @ Huron ..................TBA
BoyS’ BaSkeTBall
December
7 w/ Wall ..................................6:00
8 @ R.C. Christian...................5:30
13 w/ Stanley Co........................2:30
15 w/ Edgemont.........................2:30
17 @ Kadoka..............................3:00
January
4 @ Jones Co. ...........................5:30
10-12 Jones Co. Invit. .................TBA
15 @ White River.......................5:30
19 w/ Bennett County ...............2:00
25 @ Lemmon ............................2:30
26 w/ Oelrichs............................3:00
February
1 w/ New Underwood..............6:00
4 @ Wall ...................................6:00
8 w/ Lyman Co.........................5:30
9 w/ Dupree .............................5:00
11 @ Newell ...............................5:00
16 @ Faith..................................6:00
22 w/ Kadoka.............................6:00
25/28 District 14B......................TBA
March
1 District 14B @......................TBA
5 Regions @ TBA.....................TBA
14-16 State B @ Aberdeen ........TBA
WReSTliNG
PHiliP/kaDoka/Wall
December
7-8 R.C. Tourney........................TBA
15 Valentine, NE, Tourney. .....TBA
29 McCook Central/Montrose @
Salem....................................9:00
January
4-5 Lyman Tourney..........11:00/9:00
11-12 Philip Tourney...........3:00/9:00
19 Winner Tourney...................TBA
26 Wagner Tourney ..................8:00
February
2 BH Invite @ Hill City...........9:00
18 Region 4B @ Rapid City ......TBA
22-23 State B @ Aberdeen ..........TBA
GolF
april
4 Wall Invite @ Elks Club.......9:30
12 Wall Invitational, Wall ........9:30
19 Philip Invitational, Philip....9:30
27 WGP Conference, TBA.........9:30
May
3 Newell Invitational, Newell 9:30
6 Pre-Region, Hart Ranch ......9:30
10 Marjean Huber Invite (Bison) @
.........................................Sturgis
9:30
13 Regions, Hart Ranch............9:30
20-21 State B, Brookings............TBA
TRaCk
(Preliminary)
March
23 @ Douglas - Douglas Early Bird
29 @ Winner - Bill Pistulka Track
Meet
april
9 @ Kadoka - Harry Weller Invite
13 @ Belle Fourche - Center of the .
Nation Invite
16 @ Kadoka - Kadoka Community
Invite
19 @ Kadoka - People’s Market .
Track Meet
20 @ Chamberlain - Chamberlain
Invite
25 @ Lyman - Cecil Johnson Track
Meet
27 @ Sturgis - Black Hills Track
Classic
May
4 @ Lead - Mountain West Invite
10 @ Kadoka - WGP Conf.
11 @ Kadoka - Kadoka Area High ..
School Track Meet
16 Region 7 Meet @ Kadoka
25/26 State B @ O’Hara Stadium, ....
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Good luck in all your
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In forensic science paper chro-
matography is a technique which
can be used to identify different
inks. Let’s say someone committed
a crime by changing the monetary
amount on a check. Using chro-
matography, a forensic scientist
could tell whether more than one
ink pen was used to write on the
check and whether the suspect's
ink pen could have been used.
Most inks are not really made up
of one colored component. There
are actually several different pig-
ments that can make up one ink. In
chromatography, the ink is soaked
in a solution so that the different
pigments will "spread" apart which
allows the various colors to be seen.
You can see how chromatography
works by conducting the following
activity either as a possible science
fair project, or just for fun!
What You Need:
•Different brands of black
marker, felt-tip pen, or ink pen
•Tall 8 oz drinking glass
•Paper towel
•Paper clip or toothpick
•Rubbing alcohol or nail polish
remover (optional)
What You Do:
•Fill a tall glass half-way with
water. Cut 3-4 strips of a heavy
paper towel and attach the ends to
a stiff piece of wire by unbending a
paper clip or a toothpick that can
rest over the top of the glass.
•Next, make a large dot of ink
about 1/2 an inch from the bottom
of each strip, using a different
brand of black marker, felt-tip pen,
or ink pen for each strip.
•Set the strips in the glass so
that the ends of the strips touch the
water but the ink dots are above
the water level.
•As the water soaks up into the
paper, the ink will begin to sepa-
rate into different colors. Note that
some inks are not water-soluble; if
the ink does not bleed, try using ei-
ther nail polish remover or rubbing
alcohol instead of water.
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Paper chromatography experiment to try at home
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this 2012-13!
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Philip “Scotties”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 9
by Nancy Haigh
A strong returning varsity and a
group of young wrestlers from
Philip, Kadoka and Wall started
working out on the mats in Philip,
hoping to repeat as region champi-
ons.
Philip Area was also crowned as
District 7 champion last February.
Head coach Matt Donnelly noted
that there will no longer be district
tournaments, it will go straight to
region action. He said numbers are
down statewide for wrestling,
which is one reason for the change.
The team lost two wrestlers,
Tanner Radway and Roger Davis
both from Philip, after last spring’s
graduation. Everyone else is re-
turning along with a batch of
young seventh and eighth grade
wrestlers.
The returning and new wrestlers
include seniors: Kadoka – Clint
Stout, Chance Knutson and Paul
Kary; juniors: Philip – Reed John-
son; Wall – Lane Blasius and
Joaquin Contreras, Kadoka –
Logan Ammons, Chandlier Sud-
beck and Gavin DeVries; sopho-
mores: Kadoka – Jed Brown;
freshmen: Wall – Raedon Ander-
son, Philip – Grady Carley and
Rance Johnson; eighth grade:
Philip – Nick Donnelly, Kadoka –
Geoffrey DeVries and Paul Smiley;
seventh grade: Wall – Preston
Eisenbraun, Trey Elshere,
Kadoka – Jory Rodgers, Bryan Let-
telier; Philip – Kaylor Pinney,
Keagan Fitch and Hunter Peter-
son.
Managers for the year are senior
Kelsie Kroetch, junior Deserae
Williams and seventh grader
Madyson Morehart. Assistant
coach is Keven Morehart; Brandy
Knutson, Kadoka, is also assisting.
Donnelly noted all the wrestlers
fit the mold for being quality
wrestlers. The older wrestlers help
lead the younger wrestlers; give
them direction and increase their
skills.
Donnelly said all the tourna-
ments they attend are consistently
tough competitions for the wres-
tlers. The tournaments vary in par-
ticipating schools with each school
having different styles. “It keeps
the kids on their toes,” he said.
“They are learning all the time.”
Keeping healthy is a goal for the
Philip Area team this year. Don-
nelly noted last year’s early in-
juries held back the wrestlers. “We
didn’t have a full team until after
Christmas,” he said.
A recap of last season shows N.
Donnelly, at 106 pounds, taking
first at district and regions; Brown,
113 pounds, and Carley, 120
pounds, third at both; Anderson
fourth at districts; Blasius, 132
pounds, first at both; Johnson, 138
pounds, first at districts and fourth
at regions; Sudbeck, 145 pounds,
second at districts, third at regions
and fourth at state; Stout, 152
pounds, first at districts, second at
regions; Radway, 160 pounds, third
at districts; Knutson 171 pounds,
second at district and regions and
sixth at state; Ammons, 195
pounds second at districts and
fourth at regions; and Gavin De-
Vries, 220 pounds, second at dis-
tricts and third at regions. Davis
wrestled at 182 pounds.
Wrestlers return for another top season
Student managers ... this year from left, are Deserae
Williams, Kelsie Kroetch, and Madyson Morehart. The trio will
help the wrestling team throughout the season.
Philip Area wrestlers ... are getting ready for a new season and looking to retain the re-
gion championship title. Back row from left are Kaylor Pinney, Nick Donnelly, Logan Ammons,
Grady Carley, Raedon Anderson and Jory Rodgers. Third row from left are Trey Elshere, Keagan
Fitch, Jed Brown, Paul Smiley, Bryan Lettelier, Rance Johnson and Hunter Peterson. Second row
from left are Preston Eisenbraun, Chandlier Sudbeck, Gavin DeVries, Joaquin Contreras, Lane
Blasius and Reed Johnson. Front row from left are Paul Kary, Clint Stout and Chance Knutson.
Not pictured is Aaron Moschell. Photo by Nancy Haigh
Our blood,
our sweat
your Loss.
Best Wishes in all
your upcoming
winter activities!
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Jack, Gayle & D.J. Rush
(605) 859-2400
Chapels in Philip, Wall & Kadoka
www.rushfuneralhome.com
Good luck,
Philip Scotties
Athletes & Students
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859-2577 • Philip
Here's to a successful
season in all your academic
and athletic endeavors!
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859-2902
PO Box 758 • Philip, SD
Congratulations on your accomplishments
so far this year and good luck
in all your coming winter activities!
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Scotties, have a great
winter season
for sports &
academics!
Philip “Scotties”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 10
By Christopher D. Jensen,
PhD, MPH, RD
(Speak with your family physi-
cian before applying any of these
strategies.)
Fortunately, there are practical
sports nutrition strategies that
can help you to successfully imple-
ment the basic principles of sports
nutrition.
Start exercise fully hydrated.
Bring a water bottle to school and
take frequent sips throughout the
day. Consume 14–20 ounces of
water or sports drink two to four
hours before you train or compete.
Keep hydrating as needed during
warm-ups by drinking another
eight ounces of fluid, especially if
conditions are hot or humid.
Check your urine color before ex-
ercise to monitor your hydration
status. A light yellow color is con-
sistent with adequate hydration. A
darker color, like the color of apple
juice, is typically a sign that more
fluids are needed before you start
Start exercise fully fueled.
When possible, consume a meal
two to four hours before training
or competing. Choose familiar
high-carb foods and beverages,
and include a moderate amount of
lean protein as well. Avoid slow-to-
digest, fatty foods during the pre-
exercise meal. Have an easy to
digest carbohydrate snack if you're
hungry in the hour before exercise.
If you have an early morning prac-
tice or competition, consume your
pre-exercise meal the evening be-
fore and have a carbohydrate
snack on your way out the door in
the morning.
If your stomach is in a knot be-
fore a competition, try a liquid car-
bohydrate source (fruit smoothie
or a meal-replacement drink) in
place of solid foods. Trial your pre-
exercise meals before practices so
that you know you will be comfort-
able with these foods on competi-
tion days
Rehydrate and refuel as needed
during exercise. Plain water is
generally fine for exercise lasting
less than one hour in moderate
weather conditions.
Consume a sports drink instead
of plain water if you're exercising
vigorously for an hour or more, or
any time you're exercising in hot
or humid conditions. The flavor,
sodium, and carbohydrates in a
sports drink can help to optimize
fluid intake and retention during
exercise. While high school sports
generally don't fully deplete carbo-
hydrate muscle fuel reserves in a
single training session or competi-
tion, the carbohydrates in a sports
drink can help to sustain blood
glucose levels during longer exer-
cise sessions.
Consume fluids at a rate that
closely matches your sweat rate
during exercise. This generally re-
quires something on the order of
13–26 fluid ounces every hour of
exercise, preferably in smaller
amounts taken frequently, such as
three to seven every 15 minutes or
so. Drink from your own sport bot-
tle so you can track your fluid in-
take
To refuel, to ward off hunger,
and to rehydrate between events
during meets or between matches
or games during tournaments,
consume familiar, easy to digest
carbohydrate snacks along with
water or a sports drink.
Trial your rehydration and refu-
eling strategies during practices
before implementing them during
competitions.
Promote full recovery after exer-
cise. After a long training session
or an extended competition, con-
sume 0.5 grams of carbohydrates
per pound body weight within 30
minutes of finishing exercise. Re-
peat this again within two hours
or transition to high-carbohydrate
snacks and meals. For a 150
pound athlete, this equates to
about 75 grams of carbohydrates
immediately after playing, and
then again two hours later.
Consume some protein as soon
as possible after exercise. After a
long practice, a strength-training
workout, or an extended competi-
tion, consume 15–25 grams of pro-
tein as soon as possible after
exercise.
Weigh yourself before and after
exercise to gauge your net loss of
fluids. To replace this fluid, grad-
ually drink 16–24 fluid ounces of
sports drink, recovery beverage, or
water for every one pound of
weight lost. Consume sodium
sources along with your fluids for
more effective rehydration
If your loss of fluids consistently
exceeds two percent of your body
weight, try to increase your fluid
intake during subsequent training
sessions or competitions to avoid
dehydration.
Practical sports nutrition strategies for teen athletes
Have a GREAT winter
season, students & faculty!
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Saturday 9:00-Noon
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Clinic: 859-2566
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Good luck, students & faculty,
with all your winter
sports & activities!
Philip “Scotties”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 11
Test your thinking skills
1. The maker doesn't want it;
the buyer doesn't use it; and the
user doesn't see it. What is it?
2. A child is born in Boston,
Mass., to parents who were both
born in Boston, Mass. The child is
not a United States citizen. How is
this possible?
3. Before Mount Everest was
discovered, what was the highest
mountain on Earth?
4. Clara Clatter was born on De-
cember 27, yet her birthday is al-
ways in the summer. How is this
possible?
5. Captain Frank and some of
the boys were exchanging old war
stories. Art Bragg offered one
about how his grandfather led a
battalion against a German divi-
sion during World War I. Through
brilliant maneuvers he defeated
them and captured valuable terri-
tory. After the battle he was pre-
sented with a sword bearing the
inscription "To Captain Bragg for
Bravery, Daring and Leadership.
World War One. From the Men of
Battalion 8." Captain Frank
looked at Art and said, "You really
don't expect anyone to believe that
yarn, do you?" What's wrong with
the story?
6. What is one thing that all
wise men, regardless of their reli-
gion or politics, agree is between
heaven and earth?
7. In what year did Christmas
and New Year's fall in the same
year?
8. A woman from New York
married 10 different men from
that city, yet she did not break any
laws. None of these men died and
she never divorced. How was this
possible?
9. Why are 1990 American dol-
lar bills worth more than 1989
American dollar bills?
10. How many times can you
subtract the number 5 from 25?
11. A taxi driver was called to
take a group of passengers to the
train station. The station is nor-
mally an hour away, but with traf-
fic being extra heavy, it took a full
hour and a half. On the return trip
the traffic was still as heavy and
yet it took only 90 minutes. Why?
12. How could you rearrange the
letters in the words "new door" to
make one word? Note: There is
only one correct answer.
13. Even if they are starving,
natives living in the Arctic will
never eat a penguin's egg. Why
not?
14. Which is correct to say, "The
yolk of the egg are white" or "The
yolk of the egg is white"?
15. In Okmulgee, Okla., you
cannot take a picture of a man
with a wooden leg. Why not?
16. There were an electrician
and a plumber waiting in line for
admission to the "International
Home Show." One of them was the
father of the other's son. How
could this be possible?
See page 12 for answers
In any leadership position, the most important
aspect of your job will be getting your team to work
together. The underlying theme of teamwork will be
your ability to convey a renewed sense of optimism.
Your role as the captain will give the ship direction,
purpose and ultimately success.
Dale Brown, basketball coach
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Wishes
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Winter
Sports &
Activities!
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Mgr.
859-2581
Philip, SD
Philip “Scotties”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 12
A lot of depth ... A total of 23 Philip Scotties comprise the basketball team this season.
Back row from left are Chase Wright, Ben Stangle, Jace Giannonatti, Kruse Bierle, Wyatt Schaack
and Joseph One Skunk. Fourth row are student manager Katie Haigh, Jacob Kammerer, Brody
Jones, Gavin Brucklacher, Tristen Rush, Blake Martinez and student manager Shelby Schofield.
Third row are Nelson Holman, Garrett Snook, Keegan Burnett, Paul Guptill and Todd Antonsen.
Second row are seniors Gunner Hook, Cassidy Schnabel, Tate DeJong and Quade Slovek. Front
row are seniors Sam Stangle and Thomas Doolittle. Not pictured is Ryan Van Tassel.
Photo by Nancy Haigh
by Nancy Haigh
With more than 20 kids taking to
the basketball court head coach
Mike Baer likes the team’s
prospects for this season.
Baer returns this year after a
two year absence from the Scotties,
those players he coached as fresh-
men are now seniors. He said they
have changed some in the time he
was gone, they’ve gotten bigger,
faster and stronger.
Baer said the seniors, Gunner
Hook, Thomas Doolittle, Cassidy
Schnabel, Tate DeJong, Quade
Slovek and Sam Stangle, also have
some expectations of him. The year
they were freshmen the team had
a winning season only to lose the
district championship by two in
overtime.
The junior class returns three
players, Gavin Brucklacher, Wyatt
Schaack and Ryan Van Tassel.
They don’t have any prior experi-
ence with Baer’s coaching but with
their talent they’ll adapt quickly
and be assests to the team.
The sophomore class brings the
most players to the team with
eight. Baer said they all have a lot
of talent and they will give you all
they’ve got. Nelson Holman, Tris-
ten Rush, Blake Martinez, Paul
Guptill, Brody Jones, Ben Stangle,
Todd Antonsen and Kruse Bierle
are ready to try and oust the upper-
classmen for choice positions.
Incoming freshmen are a little
more unknown to Baer, but he
likes what he has seen of them in
open gym. Chase Wright, Jace Gi-
annonatti, Joseph One Skunk,
Jacob Kammerer, Garrett Snook
and Keegan Burnett will have the
opportunity to learn from the up-
perclassmen as well as push those
older players.
Baer said he looks for the team
to use each other’s strength, no
matter what the grade. “I told the
kids we’re going to play ball,” he
said. He added he likes an aggres-
sive team. He said they won’t run
just one type of offense, they’ll ad-
just it as needed for each team they
play and how the game is progress-
ing.
For defense he likes to use the
triangle and two defense. Baer said
this defense is good for identifying
two players who may give the team
trouble; two defensive players go
man to man with them while the
other three form a triangle behind
the front two.
Baer said he’d also like to use a
three-quarter court pressure and
try to create turnovers. He said the
Scotties had some luck with it be-
fore and he thinks they can again.
He said he feels like his absence, in
a way, has refreshed him a little
bit. “I’m excited about coming
back,” he said.
Baer said the team doesn’t have
as much speed as he’d like, but,
they are fundamently sound. They
also have some heighth which will
help them. He also likes the fact
that they have depth – a lot of kids
he can play to keep the team fresh.
Student managers for the team
this year are senior Shelby
Schofield and sophomore Katie
Haigh.
Looking at fellow district teams,
Baer said Oelrichs is unknown to
him, but he knows they had a good
year last year and could be tough
again. He said Wall is always at
the top of the list, and New Under-
wood is usually a top team.
For regions, White River is al-
ways the one to beat. Baer said he
looks for Jones County to also be
good this year.
Boys basketball team heats up the court
Weather
Cancellations
Radio stations - KGFX,
Pierre; KBHB, Sturgis;
KIMM, Rapid City; and TV
stations KEVN and KOTA,
Rapid City, are the official
stations that Haakon County
School District uses to notify
patrons of late starts, cancel-
lations and early dismissals.
1. a coffin
2. the child was born before 1776
3. Mount Everest, it just hadn't been discov-
ered!
4. Clara lives in the southern hemisphere.
5. World War I wasn't called "World War I"
until World War II.
6. The word "and".
7. They fall in the same year every year,
New Year's Day just arrives very early in
the year and Christmas arrives very late in
the same year.
8. The lady was a Justice of the Peace.
9. One thousand nine hundred and ninety
dollar bills are worth one dollar more than
one thousand nine hundred and eighty-nine
dollar bills.
10. Only once, then you are subtracting it
from 20.
11. An hour and a half IS 90 minutes.
12. "one word"
13. Penguins live in the Antarctic.
14. Neither, the yolk of the egg is yellow.
15. You have to take a picture of a man with
a camera, not with a wooden leg.
16. They were husband and wife.
Thinking skills answers
Respect All, Fear None
Have Fun!!
May this winter be
a GREAT one for all the
teachers & students!!
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859-9087 • Philip
Good luck, Scotties
during the 2012-13
Winter Sports
& Academic Season!!
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Electric
859-2254 • Philip
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winter for all your sports
results and other winter
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Philip, SD
Boys’ Basketball
December
7 vs White River   6:30 p.m.
14 vs Wall               4:00 p.m.
15 @ Highmore      1:00 p.m.
18 @ Stanley County   3:30 p.m.
20 vs Colome          6:30 p.m.
27 Holiday Classic at Kimball 
12:00 Noon
28 Holiday Classic at Murdo
12:00 Noon
January
4 vs Philip              6:30 p.m.
5 vs RC Christian  12:30 p.m.
10-11-12 Jones County
Invitational Tournament
1:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.  
22 vs Lyman           6:30 p.m.
24 @ Kadoka         4:00 p.m.
26 @ Dupree          3:00 p.m.
29 vs Sully Buttes   4:00 p.m.
February
2 @ Highmore Classic    TBA
9 @ Gregory         4:00 p.m.
15 @ Bennett County    6:30 p.m.
22 @ New Underwood 6:30 p.m.
2/25-2/28-3/1  District 13B  TBA
march
5  Region                 TBA
14-15-16  State Tournament at
Aberdeen      TBA
Girls’ Basketball
December
4 @ New Underwood 6:30 p.m.
11 vs Kadoka              6:30 p.m.
14 vs Wall                  4:00 p.m.
15 @ Highmore          1:00 p.m.
18 @ Stanley County  3:30 p.m.
27 Holiday Classic at Kimball
12:00 Noon
28 Holiday Classic at Murdo
12:00 Noon
January
5 vs RC Christian     1:30 p.m.
8 vs Colome             6:30 p.m.
17-18-19 Southern Plains  
Tournament TBA   6:30 p.m.
24 @ Kadoka            4:00 p.m.
26 vs Bennett County  4:00 p.m.
29 vs Sully Buttes       4:00 p.m.
31 vs New Underwood 6:30 p.m.
February
2 at Highmore Classic    TBA
5 vs  Philip             6:30 p.m.
12 @ White River   6:30 p.m.
14 @ Lyman           6:30 p.m.
18-19-21  District 13B    TBA 
26 Region                      TBA
march
7-8-9  State Tournament TBA
2012–2013 basketball schedules
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Shelby Bork. Junior Varsity, front L to R: Shayla Moran,
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Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 13
Good Luck, Coyotes!!!
I am looking forward and am
excited about this upcoming sea-
son. The girls have been working
hoping to build off of last years
16-7 record. We have three
starters to replace from last year’s
team.
Returning letter winners are:
Becky Bryan, Emiley Nies, Madi-
son Mathews, Rachel Buxcel,
Kalli Hespe and Garline Boni. We
are young, having only four senior
and junior girls.
We want to be competitive in
every game we play this year. We
need to develop our younger girls
as the year goes on so they can
contribute on the varsity level at
the end of the year.
Districts are wide open this
year. Hopefully we will be playing
our best basketball at that time of
the year.
Coach Neil Krogman
2012-2013 Lady Coyotes look
to work hard with young roster
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2012-2013 Lady Coyotes basketball team … Back row L to R: Jessie Harrison,
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Jones County “Coyotes”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 14
It's that time of year again, and
the Coyote boys basketball team
is preparing for a successful sea-
son. We have six returning sen-
iors, three junior boys, five
sophomores, and possibly one
freshman. We are looking forward
to all the challenges that lie
ahead. White River is in our dis-
trict and will surely be favored to
win the state tournament again,
but their road must go through
Jones County. We have a 20-game
schedule this year, with the likes
of Lyman, Kimball-White Lake,
Dupree, Wall, and Sully Buttes,
to name a few.
Jones County residents have al-
ways supported the Coyote pro-
gram, and we as a team not only
need you, but appreciate every
one of you. If you want to see an
up-tempo game and a team that
will give its all, please come
watch us in action. Our first game
is Friday, December 7th at home
against White River. The bigger
our cheering section, the better
we will perform. Thanks and see
you there!
Coyotes ready to meet the season head on
Jones County Coyote basketball 2012–13 ... Back row, L to R: Jackson Volmer,
Connor Venard, Wyatt Hespe, Josh Daum, Gus Volmer, Wyatt Walker and Philip Mathews. Front
row, L to R: Cody Hight, John King, Skyler Miller, Dylan Kinsley and Wyatt Weber. The Coyotes
are coached by Scott Mathews, Dave Geisler and Jody Gittings. Photo by Karlee Barnes
Remember
the 45th
annual
Jones
County
Invitational
Basketball
Tournament
is
January
10-11–12,
2013
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If you are a senior citizen
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Jones County “Coyotes”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 15
Stop in before
or after the
game!
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The Rusty Spur
Go from drab to fab
See us for ALL your
home improvement needs …
Kitchens, Baths, Paint, Siding, Windows & more!
Glenna, Dennis and Kevin 669-2201
Hey Kids!
Santa will be in Murdo at the Murdo Auditorium after the
Jones County Elementary Christmas Program,
Monday, Dec. 17 with treats for all children sixth grade
& under. Be sure to stop at the Murdo Coyote if you
find an ‘extra’ surprise in your goodie bag.
December 13 – Junior High/
Senior High Christmas Concert
7:00 p.m.
December 17 – Elementary
Christmas Concert    7:00 p.m.
February 27 – High School
Solo/Small Group  and Large
Group Music Contest at Murdo
march 12 – Junior High Music 
Festival at Presho
April 26 – Elementary Music 
Contest at Philip
may 9 – Junior High/Senior High
     Spring Concert
may 14 – Elementary Spring
Concert
Musi c schedul e
JCHS band performs at State Volleyball Tournament
669-2492
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Keep on truckin’, Coyotes!
Performance at State Volleyball games ... The JCHS band poses with director Rose
Comp during their trip to Mitchell. The band was honored to be asked to play during the 2012
State Volleyball tournament.
Coronation performance ... Carole Benda leads the
chorus with a solo during the 2012 coronation activities.
Jones County “Coyotes”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 16
Senioro . !ondIng fho fonm fhIs yonr, bnck row (!-!): Tossn
Sfouf, ShnIoy Horbor, MnrfI Horbor. Ironf row: KnfIo !onsogrnv,
MnrInh IIorco, KwIncy Iorguson. --plo/o I, IoI,n Jonee
Meet the teum .Inck row (!-!): IIIznbofh Hoon, MnrfI Horbor, JoAnno Cross-AmIonffo, Knron Cross-
AmIoffo. MIddIo row: VIcforIn !ofoIIIor, TnyIor Morchon, !nvon Jorgonson, ShnIoy Horbor, Tossn Sfouf, Scouf
Sudbock, KnssIo HIcks, AIIIo !omoro. Ironf row: KnfIo !onsogrnv, KwIncy Iorguson, MnrInh IIorco, ÐosfIny
ÐnIo, MncKonzIo Word, TIgh !Ivormonf. --plo/o I, IoI,n Jonee
Ðecembev
6 WhIfo !Ivor - H - 5:30
8 InIfh - T - 3:00
ll Jonos Co - T - 5:30
l? IhIIIµ - H - 3:00
2l SfnnIoy Co. - H - TIÐ
2? !ymnn - H - TIÐ
Junuuvy
5 Þow !ndorwood - T - 2:00
l0 IhIIIµ - T - 6:00
l?-l9 Soufhorn IInIns
WhIfo !Ivor / CoIomo TIÐ
24 Jonos Counfy - H - 3:00
25 IIson - H - TIÐ
28 Þow !ndorwood - H - 6:00
3l !C ChrIsfInn - H - 3:00
Iebvuuvy
l WnII - H - 2:00
2 HIghmoro CInssIc - T - TIÐ
8 CoIomo - T - 5:30
l2 Ðuµroo - T - 5:30
l4 Ionnoff Counfy - H - 6:00
Diotrict 15-B .
Iob. l8, l9, & 2l - Kndokn
Regiono .
Iob. 28 - TIÐ
Stute .
Mnr. ?, 8 & 9 - Huron
SIRLS' ßASkETßALL
Symnustics
Ðecembev
? Hof SµrIngs - 5:00
l5 SfnnIoy Co. - ll:00
Junuuvy
4 ChnmborInIn - 5:l5
5 SfnnIoy Co. Inv. - l0:00
l8 SfnnIoy Co. TrI. - TIÐ
25 Hof SµrIngs - 5:00 µ.m.
Iebvuuvy
l WnII Inv. - l2:00
Regiono .
Iob. 9 - TIÐ
Stute .
Iob. l5 & l6 - !nµId CIfy
Gymnastics team strengthens with members
Tho gymnnsfIcs fonm mombors
from Kndokn hnvo µIckod uµ from
fhroo fo sovon mombors ovor Insf
yonr.
Tho sonson shouId bo sfrong
nnd fho gymnnsfs hnvo boon
workIng hnrd fo µroµnro for fhoIr
fIrsf moof In Hof SµrIngs on IrI-
dny, Ðocombor ?.
IIcfurod bnck row !-!:
AjnIh OrfIz-IIorco, !nyn Cnrroff,
JossIo KuknI.
Ironf row: ShoIby !hIIr,
Knfo !nsmusson,
MyIn IIorco, JorIcn CoIIor.
Hond conch HoIdI CoIIor,
nssIsfnnco conch Trncy Indors.
Lady Kougars under new coaching
ThnnksgIvIng wook Is ovor nnd
fhnf monns fho gIrIs` hIgh schooI
bnskofbnII sonson hns bogun.
Tho Kndokn Aron gIrIs` fonm Is
IookIng forwnrd fo nn oxcIfIng son-
son. Thoy`ro workIng hnrd In µrnc-
fIco, ImµrovIng on fhoIr
fundnmonfnIs nnd µInyIng ns n
fonm.
AIfhough wo grndunfod fIvo
sonIors, wo sfIII hnvo n soIId grouµ
of gIrIs wIfh vnrsIfy oxµorIonco.
KnfIo !onsogrnv, MnrfI Horbor,
ShnIoy Horbor, KwIncy Iorguson,
Tossn Sfouf nnd MnrInh IIorco
wIII mnko uµ fhIs yonr`s sonIor
IIno uµ. Thoy wIII µrovIdo µosIfIvo
IondorshIµ fo fho fonm.
JunIors TnyIor Morchon nnd
!nvon Jorgonson nIso µuf In good
qunrfors for fho vnrsIfy Insf son-
son.
ComµIofIng fho !ndy Kougnr
fonm fhIs sonson: junIor MncKon-
zIo Word, soµhomoros ÐosfIny
ÐnIo, IIIznbofh Hoon, JoAnno
Cross-AmIoffo nnd froshmon AIIIo
!omoro, Scouf Sudbock, KnssIo
HIcks, VIcforIn !ofoIIIor, Knron
Cross-AmIoffo nnd TIgh !Ivor-
monf.
Wo hnvo n grouµ of gIrIs who
hnvo nfhIofIcIsm nnd fnIonf.
Through hnrd work, dodIcnfIon
nnd fonmwork, fho Kndokn Aron
gIrIs wIII hnvo n succossfuI sonson.
ThIs yonr`s fonm wIII bo IookIng
nf n now conchIng IInouµ wIfh An-
noffo VnndorMny In fho hond
conchIng µosIfIon nnd nssIsfnnfs
John Horbor nnd Jnko Vnndor-
Mny.
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Iklt
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Hogon`s Hnrdwnro
Mnin Stroot, Kndokn · 605-837-2274 · 888-411-1657
All geured up for the
Winter Sporto & Actititieo
WIsLIng u!! Kudoku
Aveu ScLoo! ÐIstvIct u
S\P£R S£ASON!
PO Box 288 · Kadoka, SD 57543 · email: farmersunion@kadokatelco.com
Located at Oien Ìmplement along SD Hwy. 248
Crop · Farm · Ranch Ìnsurance
Auto · Homeowners · Business
Life Ìnsurance & Annuities
Long-Term Care Ìnsurance
l«oo. ôoá-«·, 4,-ot
Office: (605) 837-2144
Cell: (605) 441-6786
4 /.·t««¸ «¡ ·-««.-- t« «a«.! 4«-«.-.:
to aII durIng tbe
wInter sports
& actIvIty season.
Good LuoK .
Winter Activities Guide • December 6, 2012 • Page 17
hadoKa ^rea "hou¡ars¨
Kudoku Areu hoyo' huokethull teum . IIcfurod fourfh row (!-!): Jnrroff VnndorMny, Ðusfy
Indors, Iobby Andorson. ThIrd row: Sform WIIcox, !ynn SchInbnch, Sfovon KIowoI, Wynff Indors, Anron
JnnIs, HorbIo O`ÐnnIoI, YukI HofsumI, AJ Iondf, CoIby Indors. Socond row: Mnffhow Iroffy Ionr, ÐyInn !Ig-
gIns, Truo IuchhoIz. Znch Sfono, Imory !IffIo Thundor, Snm Iroffy Ionr, Ango CoµIochn, Irondon Iorch,
Ðosmond Ind Wound. IIrsf row: !nno Infforson, KnhIor AddIson, Shnno !Ing, ChrIs Andorson, !ydor Snnff-
nor, Konnr VnndorMny, !ognn ChrIsfonson. --plo/o I, IonJo Dennie
Senioro . Konnr VnndorMny, !ydor Snnffnor, ChrIs Andorson,
Shnno !Ing nnd KnhIor AddIson.
--plo/o I, IonJo Dennie
ßOYS' ßASkETßALL
Ðecembev
8 InIfh - T - 3:00
l0 !C Sfovons JV - T - TIÐ
l4 Ðuµroo - H - 5:30
l? IhIIIµ - H - 3:00
2l SfnnIoy Counfy - H - TIÐ
28 !ymnn CInssIc - T - TIÐ
Junuuvy
5 Þow !ndorwood - T - 2:00
l0-l2 Jonos Co. Tournoy - TIÐ
22 WhIfo !Ivor - H - 5:30
24 Jonos Counfy - H - 3:00
25 IIson - H - TIÐ
29 Ionnoff Counfy - T - 6:00
3l !C ChrIsfInn - H - 3:00
Iebvuuvy
l WnII - H - 2:00
5 Þow !ndorwood - H - 6:00
8 !C ChrIsfInn - T - 5:00
l5 !ymnn - T - 5:30
22 IhIIIµ - T - 6:00
Diotrict 15 .
Iob. 25, 28, Mnr. l - !ymnn
Regiono . Mnr. 5 - TIÐ
Stute .
Mnr. l4, l5 & l6 Abordoon
JÔC ÏCCÙ0¯C
410 8th Avenue · Kadoka · 605-837-2376
Convenient location across from the school
You can deµend on us for aII µour
tlre and sertlce uork.
IncIuding
on-the-farm tractor & tire repair
Wishing a great winter sports
and activity season for all our
Kougars and district students!
Proud of you all!
Tires Batteries A/C
Exhaust - Pipe Bender
Brake Lathe for your brake work
Clutches & Motors installed
General Auto Repair
including Diesel
Kadoka, SD · 837-2350
ßest of Iuck to our area
Kougars durIng theIr wInter
sports & actIvItIesI
EBT
Accepted
Pop · Chips · Snacks
Propane
Exchange
Movie RentaIs
ATM Machine
Video Lottery
Get Pizza
&
Burgers
MADE
FRESH!!
Reiman to Iead Kougars in 12th season
µInyor. As n sonIor wo Iook for hIs
IondorshIµ on nnd off fho fIoor.
!nsf yonr !ognn ChrIsfonson
workod hIs wny Info n sfnrfIng
roIo. If wns hnrd for us fo fnko
hIm ouf of n gnmo bocnuso hIs
µIny wns vory soIId. Wo Iook for
!ognn fo mnko moro of hIs µros-
onco foIf on bofh onds of fho fIoor.
Truo IuchhoIz, Shnno !Ing, ChrIs
Andorson, !nno Infforson, Znch
Sfono, Anron JnnIs, Irondon
Iorch, Ango CoµIochn nnd Wynff
Indors, jusf fo nnmo n fow, couId
nII hnvo n bIg InfIuonco for our
fonm. Thoy hnvo boon workIng
hnrd nnd nood fo bo rondy whon
cnIIod uµon.
If Is good fo soo fhnf fho num-
bors nro uµ from Insf yonr. Moro
µInyors comµofIng mnko µrncfIcos
comµofIfIvo nnd brIngs ouf fho
bosf In our fonm. In ordor fo hnvo
Wow! TImo hns ronIIy fIown by.
If Is oxcIfIng fo bo sfnrfIng nn-
ofhor sonson of Kougnr bnskof-
bnII. If sooms IIko schooI hns jusf
bogun. Wo nro now µoundIng fho
hnrdwood fIoors . nnd whnf n
gronf sound If Is. I wIII bo sfnrfIng
my fwoIffh yonr ns hond conch nf
Kndokn nnd IookIng forwnrd fo
nnofhor gronf sonson. Wo do hnvo
n conchIng chnngo fhIs yonr.
ÐyInn Moro wIII bo fnkIng ovor ns
fho boys` nssIsfnnf conch. Ho wns
fho mIddIo schooI boys` bnskofbnII
conch Insf yonr nnd hns now
movod uµ fo hIgh schooI. I wnnf fo
woIcomo nnd fhnnk ÐyInn for
hoIµIng us ouf.
Wo hnvo fwo rofurnIng
sfnrfors, Konnr VnndorMny nnd
!ognn ChrIsfonson. Konnr hns
boon n fhroo-yonr sfnrfor for us
nnd hns bocomo nn nII-nround
n hIghor IovoI of µIny, fho boys
hnvo fo µush onch ofhor. HIghor
numbors nIso brIngs n boffor bns-
kofbnII nfmosµhoro nnd mnkos
µrncfIco fun. A quIof gym Is nof
whnf n conch or µInyor onjoys.
If wIII fnko n IIffIo fImo buf I
fhInk wo hnvo somo gronf µIocos
fhnf wo cnn µuf fogofhor fo mnko
n sfrong fonm. Tho boys nood fo
chnIIongo, buf oncourngo, onch
ofhor fo mnko If n succossfuI son-
son. Tho Kougnr bnskofbnII µIny-
ors fhnf nro on fho fIoor wIII bo
gIvIng fhoIr bosf offorf.
I wIsh nII fho wInfor sµorfs
fonms good Iuck. Thnnks fo
ovoryono for nII your suµµorf ovor
fho yonrs. I Iook forwnrd fo conch-
Ing n µroud Kougnr fonm nnd
hoµo fo soo you nf fho gnmos. Co
Kougnrs!
--I, leoJ coocl Mor/ Ieinon
Winter Activities Guide • December 6, 2012 • Page 18
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Kadoka wrestIers co-op
with PhiIip team
IIcfurod Ioff: Inck row: !ognn Ammons, ChnndIIor Sudbock,
Chnnco Knufson nnd Jory !odgors.
MIddIo row: Cooffroy ÐoVrIos, Jod Irown, Irynn !ofoIIIor
nnd Cnvon ÐoVrIos.
Ironf row: CIInf Sfouf, InuI SmIIoy nnd InuI Knry.
See uree/ling e/or, in /le Plilip eec/ion.
WRESTLINS
PhiIip/kudoku/WuII
Ðecembev
? !nµId CIfy Trny - TIA
8 !nµId CIfy Trny - TIA
l5 VnIonfIno, ÞI Trny - TIA
Junuuvy
4 !ymnn Trny - ll:00
5 !ymnn Trny - 9:00
ll IhIIIµ Trny - 3:00
l2 IhIIIµ Trny - 9:00
l9 WInnor Trny - TIA
26 Wngnor Trny - 8:00
Iebvuuvy
2 IH InvIfo, HIII CIfy - 9:00
Regiono .
Iob. l8 IV-I - !nµId CIfy - TIA
Stute .
Iob. 22 & 23 - Abordoon - TIA
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Katçats aa yatt w|attt stasaa|
West kIver ExcavatIon
supportIng the KougarsI
Craig, Diana,
Sauntee & Heidi
Coller
605-390-8604
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yatt |a:k|at î
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Rod Knutson, Manager
Kadoka, SD · Phone (605) 837-2235
Check our
prices first!
Hove o greo1 u1n1er seoson Rougors!
We oppreo1o1e gour bus1ness!
M|4wcs! 0eep
We are proud
to support our Kadoka
Kougars and students in
all their sports and other
school activities!
Grain and BuIk
FueI DeIivery
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B&B Il Lentre
Metel & Bestaurant
Restaurant: 837-2265 Motel: 837-2287
Ìndependently owned by Ken & Cindy Wilmarth
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Winter Activities Guide • December 6, 2012 • Page 19
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Good Luck WrestIers!
Kudoku Areu High School Concert Bund . Inck row (!-!): JorIcn CoIIor, CnmI !hIIr,
HorbIo O`ÐnnIoI, YukI HofsumI, Jnrroff VnndorMny, Snm Iroffy Ionr, !nno Horbnugh, Insfrucfor Ion
!nfhnm, Iosfor Iorry, Imory !IffIo Thundor, Ty Morchon, !nchonI Shuck, AIIIo !omoro, KnssIo HIcks. Ironf
row: ÐnvId Knry, TIgh !Ivormonf, ShIn !nmonf, MIsfy Andorson , !obokknh Knry, AµrII IorkIns, MnckonzIo
Word. Þof µIcfurod: Scouf Sudbock. --µhofo by Life/oucl
Concert Choir .Inck row
(!-!): SnndrIn !ong SoIdIor,
Irndon !ofoIIIor, Jnrroff Vnndor-
Mny, HorbIo O`ÐnnIoI, !nchonI
Shuck, JorIcn CoIIor, YukI Hof-
sumI, Wynff Indors, Irondon
Iorch. MIddIo row: Knron Cross-
AmIoffo, AµrII IorkIns, !obokknh
Knry, IIIznbofh Hoon, AIIIo
!omoro, KnssIo HIcks, CnmI
!hIIr, TnyIor Morchon, MnrInh
IIorco, Ty Morchon, ChnndIIor
Sudbock, Snm Iroffy Ionr, Iosfor
Iorry. Ironf row: IrIffnny Iumµ-
kIn Sood, Snmono !nsf Horso,
TIgh !Ivormonf, ShIn !nmonf,
!onfo AshIoy, Imory !IffIo Thun-
dor, !nno Horbnugh. Þof µIcfurod:
!ognn Ammons, MIsfy Andorson,
!ognn Inkor, Wynff Indors,
KwIncy Iorguson, KnhIor Iorgu-
son, Aubroy Schnoo, Ashfon
SfnndIng Ionr, Scouf Sudbock.
--plo/o I, Life/oucl
0¡scouat Fuel
Kadoka 0¡l
OPEN 24 HOURS 837-2271
Before the games or any time,
stop in for
"Food on the Go"
GO KOUGARS!
8tjjatt|aç att Katçats |a a|| t|ty 1a|
P
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Chicken Strips
Broasted Chicken
Jo-Jo's · Gizzards
S
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Propane
BuIk FueI DeIivery
Heating FueI
and much more!
B
UB0EBS
Winter Activities Guide • December 6, 2012 • Page 20
hadoKa ^rea "hou¡ars¨
ALL types!
Hute A
Succeooful
Winter
Seuoon!
Located in
Kadoka, SD
Home: (605) 837-2945
Cell: (605) 381-5568
Excavation work of
Sports Build Character
Suµµortlng the
Kougars
AII the Waµ!
Kadoka Booster Club
GO
KOUGARS
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08l00 llI
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11A otudento .Iourfh row: MyIos AddIson, CIInf Sfouf, Shnno
!Ing, ÐyInn !IggIns. ThIrd row: Jod Irown, Wynff Indors, !ydor Snn-
ffnor, Ango CoµIochn, Irondon Iorch, !nno Infforson, AusfIn Thnyor.
Socond row: !ognn ChrIsfonson, CnvIn ÐoVrIos, !ognn Ammons, Tossn
Sfouf, ChnndIIor Sudbock, Konnr VnndorMny, Chnnco Knufson, Imory
!IffIo Thundor, AdvIsor Irnndy Knufson. Ironf row (!-!): Ironnnn
KuknI, MnkonzIo Word, Knfo !nsmusson, KnfIo !onsogrnv, TIgh !Iv-
ormonf, Sfovon KIowoI, Ðusfy Indors. --plo/o I, Life/oucl
Yeurhook otuff. IIcfurod bnck row: TnyIor Morchon, MyIn
IIorco, ImIIy SchInbnch, MnrfI Horbor, IrIffnny IumµkIn Sood. Ironf
row: !nvon Jorgonson, ShoIby !hIIr, MnrInh IIorco.
--plo/o I, Life/oucl
Vocational agriculture education and the FFA
In l989, VocnfIonnI IducnfIon
cInssos woro fIrsf offorod nf
Kndokn Aron HIgh SchooI. SInco
fhon hundrods of sfudonfs hnvo
hnd fho oµµorfunIfy fo oxµIoro dIf-
foronf cnroors nnd gnIn skIIIs In
ordor fo boffor comµofo In fho
work forco. Tho IIA Is nn Info-
grnI µnrf of fho vocnfIonnI oducn-
fIon oµµorfunIfy.
ÞnfIonnIIy, IIA bognn wIfh fho
SmIfh-Hughos Acf of l9l?. SInco
fhon If hns grown Info ono of fho
Inrgosf sfudonf orgnnIznfIons In
fho worId wIfh 540,000 mombors
Insf yonr. Soufh Ðnkofn IIA hns
boon nround sInco l928 nnd cur-
ronfIy hns 3600 mombors nnd 80
dIfforonf chnµfors.
IIA hns ovoIvod; sfudonfs nro
offon surµrIsod fo Ionrn fhnf fo-
mnIos woro nof nIIowod fo bo
mombors unfII l969. Þow fomnIo
momborshIµ nnfIonnIIy runs nf
38° wIfh fomnIos hoIdIng 50° of
fho IondorshIµ offIcos.
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Proud supporter
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Good luck
Tiger
students,
athletes
& staff
in all your
activities!!
New
Underwood
Booster
Club
ing assistant coach Pat Tisdale
and new assistant coach Jim Hall
who brings a fresh look at the
game.
The Tigers open their season
with a doubleheader at Edgemont
on December 7 at 2 p.m. Their first
home appearance will be the next
day, December 8, against Dupree
at 5:30 p.m. On December 14, the
Tigers will host a double header
against Rapid City Christian at
3:00 p.m. and finish out 2012 on
the 28th participating in the
Lyman Classic in Presho.
Big experience
on the Tiger team
The New Underwood Tigers
boys’ basketball team is ready for
business. With seniors Cameron
Koch, Dalton Benter and Lucas
Hall returning to lead their team,
the Tigers have big plans.
“I believe we will be a competi-
tive force on the basketball court,”
said Benter. “We will challenge.
We are ready.” Teammate Koch
agreed. “Oh yes. We will be a
force.”
Head coach Stacy Finkbeiner
talked about his team with pride.
“We return nine kids with big ex-
perience,” stated Finkbeiner. “We
are looking to push the ball a little
more this year. We will have a
more productive offensive end and
we will maintain defense.”
With a total of 16 boys out to
show off their basketball skills,
the team is very well rounded with
lots of assets. “We have very good
size and a solid inside game,”
stated Finkbeiner. “We have some
great outside shooters. We will be
competitive.”
The Tigers’ schedule is set up
for the end game. “We have a
great competitive schedule and it
should help us get to where we
want to be at the end of the year,”
commented Finkbeiner.
Looking into the district action,
Finkbeiner sees some fierce com-
petition. “In our district, I see
Wall, Philip and Oelrichs to be
very competitive this season. And
in our region, White River and
Dupree both return key players,”
said Finkbeiner. “Both of those
teams made appearances at state
last year.”
Finkbeiner is joined by return-
Serious about the season … Front row, left to right, Lucas Hall, Justin Oberlander,
Layne Byrne, Wyatt Bills and Kellyn Flint. Middle row, left to right, Stetson Stover,
Colton Clemens, Clint Stangle, Brandon Koch and Jordan Williams. Back row, left to
right, Clay Farland, Jace Phillipsen, Tanner Brindley, Dalton Benter, Cameron Koch
and Jhett Finkbeiner. Below, the seniors, Benter, Hall and Koch, are ready for busi-
ness.
2012-2013 Tigers Basketball
New Underwood “Tigers”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 22
Sportsmanship Policy
The New Underwood School District believes in the impor-
tance of sportsmanship. In the interest of promoting sportsman-
ship we have developed the following guidelines to be followed
by all players, coaches, and spectators.
The athletes are engaging in an activity that is designed for
exercise, fun and improving character. We expect the athletes
to behave in sportsmanlike manner, and so it follows that every-
one else in attendance do the same. We expect that adults model
the appropriate behaviors for the younger children in attendance.
Please do not embarrass your team, school, and community by
booing or committing any other unsportsmanlike act.
We intend to hold all those in attendance accountable for
their actions and will immediately remove anyone from the prem-
ises that exhibits unsportsmanlike behavior. This includes those
visiting from other schools. We ask that all visiting schools make
their players, coaches, and community members aware of our in-
tentions, to possibly alleviate any problems before they occur.
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Lady Tigers are ready for the season … Front row,
left to right, Kayleigh Hess, Jade Mosher, Gina Bale, Lexxy
Niederwerder, Abby Majaewski, Shawnee Flint and Autumn
Cogdill. Back row, left to right, Jesse Bale, Karlie Robertson,
Shye Bintliff, Courtney Albers, Jacy Phillips, Jessica Tisdale,
Jacy Benter and Taylor Brindley. Pictured far left, seniors Tis-
dale and Stover will lead their team both from the court and
from the bench as Stover is out of the season with an injury.
look has the potential to turn
heads. “We are going to have to
create offense off of turnovers,”
stated Hall. “We are going to play
good defensely and score off the
transitions.”
This season’s schedule, how-
ever, does not favor the Lady
Tigers. “We have five games before
Christmas and then we have a
long break,” commented Hall. “I
would be satisfied if we went three
and two in the first five games due
to the schedule,” stated Hall.
The Lady Tigers first game is
December 4 at home at 5:30 p.m.
Ready to run
the hardwood
Returning New Underwood
girls’ basketball coach Tim Hall
has great expectations this season
and a small team. With 14 girls
prepared to work together and
excel on the basketball court, the
future of New Underwood Lady
Tiger basketball appears strong.
“We are going to be fairly
quick,” stated Hall. “But we are
going to have to do some different
stuff this season. We are not very
deep but we have some young girls
that have a lot of potential.”
With one senior at the helm and
many girls who have played to-
gether for a few seasons, the out-
Lady Tigers basketball team is ready
Good luck,
students in
your winter
activites &
sports!
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Preparing for the school play … New Underwood
school students prepared for their production held November
30 and December 1 “A Christmas Corral.” A dinner show was
held on the second night. The students spent much of their
evenings up to the event practicing to dazzle.
Moe’s
Bar
& Grill
New Underwood
Open at 3 p.m.
Daily
Owners
Monte Sandal
& Shari Ness
Good
luck,
Tigers!!
New Underwood “Tigers”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 23
Board of Education
Meetings
December 19
January 16
February 20
March 20
April 17
May 15
June 19
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Meet the 2012-2013 New Underwood Board of
Education … Back row, left to right, Paul Richter, Kevin
Koch and Larry Phillips; front row, Casey Knuppe and Melanie
Hall. Knuppe is the board president with Richter acting as the
board vice president. Koch is filling a vacancy for this year as
the position was not filled during the election. The position
will be available for election for a two-year term. The five panel
board consists of two-year and three-year terms that rotate
yearly. The board meets every third Wednesday for the regular
scheduled meetings at 7:30 p.m.
Winter recipe
Salmon and Spinach
Fettucine
ingredients:
8 ounces dry fettuccine pasta
1/4 cup butter
1 cup milk
1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
1 cup freshly grated Parmesan
cheese
1/2 pound smoked salmon,
chopped
1 cup chopped fresh spinach
2 tablespoons capers
1/4 cup chopped sun-dried toma-
toes
1/2 cup chopped fresh oregano
Directions:
Bring a large pot of lightly
salted water to a boil. Add fettuc-
cine, and cook for 11 to 13 min-
utes or until al dente; drain.
In a medium saucepan over
medium heat, melt the butter,
and blend with milk. Mix in the
flour to thicken. Gradually stir in
the Parmesan cheese until
melted.
Crumble salmon into the but-
ter mixture. Stir in the spinach,
capers, sun-dried tomatoes, and
oregano. Cook and stir about 3
minutes, until heated through.
Serve over the cooked pasta.
White Sauce
ingredients:
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons margarine
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 cube chicken bouillon, crumbled
1 1/2 cups boiling water
1 cup 2% milk
ground white pepper to taste
ingredients:
Melt butter and margarine in a
saucepan over medium-low heat;
stir in flour and bouillon until roux
is blended. Cook and stir until
thickened and lightly browned. In-
crease heat to medium and whisk
water into roux until smooth. Stir
in milk; cook and stir until thick-
ened, about two minutes more.
Season with white pepper.
Quote of the season:
“Champions aren't made in the gyms.
Champions are made from something they have
deep inside them -- a desire, a dream, a vision.”
- Muhammad Ali
New Underwood “Tigers”
Winter Activities Guide • Thursday, December 6, 2012 • Page 24
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Good Luck!

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