Warriors roll over Miller

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Phillip Jorgensen makes a tackle on a Mt. Vernon/Plankinton ballcarrier on Sept. 27.

The Winner football team rolled to a 56-0 shut out over Miller Monday afternoon in Miller. The game ended at the half due to the mercy rule.

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Runners place second in meet

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The Winner area country team includes in front from left Matthew Calhoon, Leila Balsiger, Katherine Jankauskas, Melanie Brozik, Saige Schuyler and Roper Moore. In back from left are coach Jayd Schuyler, Joseph Laprath, Meagan Blare, Kylar Meek, Dawson Phillips, Aryn Meiners, Kade Watson, Hayden McMurtrey and coach Reagan Nielsen.

Winner Area boys and girls cross county teams both took second place in the SESD Conference meet in Burke on Oct. 7.

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Cowgirls fall to Lyman

The Colome Cowgirls seemed to get outmatched on Monday, Oct. 7 when they fell in three sets of scores of 25-16, 25-17, and 25-10 to Lyman.

Haley Krumpus led Colome (8-12) in kills with five, and aces with two.

Elizabeth Yeamen recorded the only block for the Cowgirls. Saydee Heath finished with a team leading eight digs. Krumpus would also finish with five digs.

Lewis awarded scholarship

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Sophia Lewis of Winner, right and Alexis have been named the 2019 Cybersecurity and Gamewell family foundation scholarship winners at Dakota State University.

Alexis Kulm and Sophia Lewis have been named the 2019 SBS CyberSecurity and Gamewell Family Foundation Scholarship winners.

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Hunting is a staple

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A pheasant flies in the air as hunters get ready to take aim. The pheasant hunting season opens at noon on Oct. 19.

By Colton Hall
Staff writer

Pheasant hunting is a staple of South Dakota economy.

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Colonial residents attend meeting

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Dressed up as colonials and explaining the Charters of Freedom are Melvin Connot, Deb Fahey, Keith Blume and Ken Payne. They made a presentation at the state fall council of administration meeting of the VFW and VFW Auxiliary.

Four Colonial residents, John Handcock, Betsy Ross, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin attended the state fall council of administration meeting of the VFW and auxiliary.

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