Several members of Tripp County shooting sports are state qualifiers.
The state qualifiers in archery are: Jared Amidon, CWS-R 122.02; Parker Baker, CWS-R 121.02; George Clark, CWS-R 147.19; Faith Covey, CWS-R 133.09; Bailey Fairbanks, CWS-R 114.05; Selah Harris, CWOS 70; Cam Irick, CWOS 84.01; Ashton Klein, CWS-R 121.04; Lexi Klein, CWS-R 124.03; Julianna Larson, CWS-R114.03; Tessa Mann, CWOS 98.04; Wade McClanahan, RWS 124.04; Pierce Nelson, CWS-R 115.04; Braden Tarrell, CWS-R 128.01; Nathan Taylor, CWOS 110.02.
The state qualifiers in bb gun are Jack Anderson 289.01; Spencer Calhoon, 332.01.
In .22 rifle, Tane Pravecek 258.01 qualified.
The sponsor is Winner Seed.
The Winner Music Boosters is sponsoring a variety show on Friday, March 4, at the middle school gym. The show will start at 6:30 p.m. and is a fund raiser for the music department.
There will be a lot of singers performing everything from country to pop. There will be instrumental soloists and a teacher group doing a lip sync song. The Winner High School Warriorettes will also perform.
The public is invited to attend the variety show.
A new weather record temperature was set in Winner on Feb. 18. The temperature reached 76 degrees breaking a 68 year old record.
The previous record on this date was 70 degrees set in 1948.
Winner Area wrestling team will send eight wrestlers to the state tournament this weekend in Rapid City.
The wrestlers who qualified for state are: Wyatt Turnquist, Atlas Willuweit, Trevor Peters, Colby Curtis, Avery Gilchrist, Kayleb Brozik, Cohl Turnquist and Jayden Schoeder.
As a team in the Region 3B meet, Winner Area placed third. Parkston was first and Bon Homme/Scotland, second.
Colby Curtis was the champion at 126 pounds. The Winner senior won 4-3 over Landon Sivertson of Miller-Highmore-Harrold.
Six wrestlers took third place and one placed fourth.
Wyatt Turnquist, 106, won 6-0 over Matt Koch of Mt. Vernon/Plankinton. Willuweit, 113, won 8-0 over Wyatt Stevens of Wessington Springs/ Woonsocket. Peters, 120, won 3-1 over Jackson Nockels of Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes. Gilchrist, 145, won 4-2 over Alex Daum of Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes. Brozik, 170, won 5-1 over Jesse Mikrut of Wolsey-Wessington. Jayden Schroeder, 195, pinned Tyson Serr of Burke/Gregory in 4:02.
Cohl Turnqusit took fourth as he lost 10-6 to Jed Konechene of Sunshine Bible Academy.
Winner High School basketball team won a Big Dakota Conference game when they defeated Mobridge-Pollock 44-21 on Friday.
The Warriors held the Tigers to one point in the second quarter and scoreless in the third quarter.
Drew DeMers led the scoring for Winner with 15 points followed by Devon Leiferman with 12, Cameron Kuil and Lattrel Terkildsen with 5 each.
Leiferman pulled down 12 rebounds, Kuil and Wyatt Ewing, 8 each.
Winner forced 22 turnovers.
Terkildsen, DeMers and Leiferman each had 3 assists.
In a thriller that came down to the wire, the Winner Warriors defeated Platte-Geddes 53-48 last Tuesday in Platte.
Devon Leiferman led Winner with 18 points followed by Terkildsen with 14 and William Schroeder with 6.
Krockett Krolikowski pulled down 11 rebounds and Leiferman, 9.
Terkildsen had 4 assists.
Colome Cowboys defeated Burke/South Central 65-40 on Feb. 16.
Reed Harter led the scoring for Colome with 18 points followed by Holden Thieman with 13, Jackson Kinzer, 10 and Will Cahoy, 9.
Kinzer and Thieman each pulled down 9 rebounds.
Colome had 6 turnovers and 7 fouls in the game.
Colome boys basketball team suffered a tough loss 59-57 on Saturday over Kimball/White Lake.
Reed Harter scored 18 points and Kelly O’Bryan, 14. Jackson Kinzer and Holden Thieman both added 8 points.
Colome out-rebounded Kimball/White Lake 26-23. Thieman pulled down 12 rebounds.
This was the final game of the regular season for the Cowboys as they prepare for the start of the post season.
Reed Harter scored 34 points as the Colome boys basketball team defeated Marty 75-59 Thursday.
Holden Thieman added 17 points and Jackson Kinzer and Will Cahoy, 10 each.
Thieman pulled down 10 of Colome’s 32 rebounds
With the victory, Colome improves its record to 13-5 and is the No. 1 seed in District 12B.
Winner girls basketball team improved its record with a 55-45 victory over Mobridge-Pollock on Friday.
Allison Cox and Sydney Fritz both scored 11 points, Kylie Horstman, 10.