Linkyn Petersek, was named the state all around champion

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Linkyn Petersek, Colome, was named the state all around champion at the state
high school rodeo in Ft. Pierre. He was the tie down state champion, team roping
reserve state champion, steer wrestling, 7th place and reining cow horse, 5th
place. Petersek is pictured with the saddles and buckles he won. He is one of
nine kids from South Dakota that made it to nationals in more than one event.

Boys basketball awards

Winner High School boys basketball team voted on team awards. The awards include:

C team Mr. defense—Michael Olson C team MVP—Finn Bartels JV team Mr. Defense—Landon Thieman JV team MVP—Blake Volmer Varsity most intense—Joren Bruun Varsity Mr. Hustle—Oscar Pravecek Varsity Mr. Defense—Phillip Jorgensen Varsity MVP—Brady FritzAll most improved—Jackson Vesely All most improved—Fred Whiting All most representative—Joren Bruun.

The boys basketball letter winners are: Joren Bruun, Jacob Clay, Phillip Jorgensen, Kameron Meiners, Oscar Pravecek, Dawson Phillips, Ethan Vesely, Fred Whiting, Gage Watson, Jayd Whitley, Jesse Colson, Evan Farner, Brady Fritz, Landon Thieman, ElijahPeterson, Jackson Vesely, Ethan Bartels, Blake Volmer.

Royals snag victory over Bon Homme

Royals snag victory over Bon Homme Winner/Colome Legion baseball team snagged a late lead and defeated Bon Homme 8-5 in Tyndall on June 24.

In the top of the fifth inning, Fred Whiting homered scoring three runs.The Royals won the game despite allowing Bon Homme to score three runs in the third inning. In addition to Whiting’s home runs, Joren Bruun had two home runs on the night.Winner/Colome knotted the game at four in the top of the fourth inning when Evan Farner singled scoring one run.

Kameron Meiners was on the hill for the Royals and pitched all seven innings. He allowed nine hits and five runs over seven innings and struck out seven. Bruun led the Winner/Colome team with two hits at four times at bat.

Also getting hits for the Royals were Oscar Pravecek, Whiting, Meiners, Farner, Jacob Beckers, The trip to Tyndall was the start of a series of road games for Winner/Colome.

Saturday the local Legion team was in Redfield. Redfield 13-Winner 1Winner/Colome Legion played two games in Redfield on Saturday afternoon.In the first game, Redfield defeated Winner/Colome 13-1.

The Royals watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in the loss. Redfield started off with six runs in the first inning.Winner/Colome scored its single run in the fourth inning. Jacob Beckers led things off on the mound as he pitched six innings. He allowed three hits and three runs over the six innings. Beckers struck out 11. Evan Farner threw one third of an inning in relief.

The Legion team will play in Gregory on July 2.On July 8, Winner/Colome will host Gregory in an 8 p.m. game.

Winner/Colome amateur baseball Pheasants improve to 5-1

Winner/Colome Pheasants knocked in nine runs in the second inning as they cruised to a14-5 victory over Corsica/Stickney on June 18 in Sunshine League play. Derek Graesser, Dillon Lambley, Zach Harter, Sean Kammerer, Lakin Neugebauer each drove in runs. The Pheasants fired up the offense in the first inning by scoring two runs. Austin Richey singled scoring the two runs.J. J. Farner was credited with the victory. Hewent seven innings allowing five runs on 12hits and striking out seven.Connor Hopkins threw two innings in relief.Reed Harter had a home run for Winner in the ninth inning.

Derek Graesser, Zach Harter and Oscar Pravecek all had doubles for the Pheasants. Graesser had 4 hits in 6 times at bat.Reed Harter was also at bat six times and had 3 hits.Winner/Colome, with a 5-1 record, will host the Alexandria Angels on Friday, June 26 at 7 p.m

Colome chaos

Colome comes up winner in weather delayed game Colome Chaos let some rain and a little lightning help them to a 11-2 win over Miller June 14 in Colome. The two teams played up to the sixth inning when the game was stopped due to inclement weather. When the weather did not clear and after some discussion between the two teams Colome was declared the victor.The Chaos moved to 3-2 for the season. Colome cruised to an easy win last Sunday.The Chaos tallied four runs in the second inning. The big bats were led by Ethan Vobr and Jake Luse.

Colome notched three more runs each in the fourth and sixth innings.Shea Connot was 2-4 at the plate to lead the Chaos.Carter Brickman got the win for Colome. He went six and a third innings allowing tworuns on five hits and striking out ten. Colome vs. Plankinton Bankers Colome fell behind early and could not catch up in a 4-0 loss to Plankinton Banker on Thursday. Plankinton took the early lead in the second inning. They also scored runs in the fourth and eighth innings.Jackson Kinzer went 2-4 at the plate.Turner Tinant took the loss for Colome. He pitched seven innings allowing five hits while striking out 10. Colome vs. Kimball/White Lake NationalsColome Chaos stayed in the game until the end but Kimball/White Lake pulled away.

Late to take a 15-9 victory in Pony Hills League action Sunday in Colome. The game was tied at nine with Kimball/White Lake scoring eight runs in the ninth inning. Colome took the early lead scoring three runs in the first inning and three more in the second. Colome put the pressure on with singles by Ethan Vobr and Jake Luse. Luse took the loss for Colome. He went four innings allowing six runs on six hits and striking out two.Opening on the mound for Colome was Jackson Kinzer who pitched four innings.He allowed eight hits and seven runs while striking out six. Kimball/White Lake had two home runs for the day.Carter Brickman, Shea Connot and Kinzer had doubles for the Chaos. On Thursday, June 25, Colome will host 4 Corners in a 8 p.m. game.