Winner High School boys golf team competed in Pierre on Aug. 25.
Sam Hossle shot a 91; Duncan English, 103; Luke Engel, 126 and Matt Hartley, 135.
Rapid City Stevens won the team title with Pierre taking second place.
The Winner High School competitive cheer placed third in Gregory on Saturday.
“This was a hard competition mostly due to fact that we didn’t feel ready,” said coach Val Ewing. She said the team got their music last Monday so only had two practices with the music.
Winner High School dance team took third place in the contest in Gregory on Saturday.
The Pom placed 2nd, Hip hop, 2nd and kick, 3rd. “I am proud of how the girls performed,” said coach Cyndy DeMers. “We really need to work on synchronization and finishing all of our dance moves.”
The next competition will be Sept. 5 in Pierre at noon.
Excitement is building as members of the Winner High School football team look to the start of the 2015 season. The Warriors open the season at home on Aug. 28 when they host Mobridge/Pollock. The game will start at 7 p.m.
There are 53 athletes out for football. This include five seniors, 19 juniors, 13 sophomores and 15 freshmen.
The five seniors on the team are Lattrell Terkildsen, Chase Watson, Riley Frazier, Windsor Barry and Cameron Biggins.
The Warriors have a strong group of lettermen returning. They include: Zach Lapsley, Ty Bolton, Jayden Schroeder, Nathan Smither, Riley Calhoon, Carter Brickman, Dalton Baker, Matt Smither, Payton Antoine, Lattrell Terkildsen, Riley Frazier, Chase Kingsbury, Cameron Kuil, Kayleb Brozik, Levi McClanahan, Nick Lantz, Drew DeMers, Damien Bingen, Isaac Naasz, Chase Watson, Ryan Sherman, Krockett Krolikowski, Wyatt Ewing, Jordan Turgeon, John Kludt, Chet Bryan, Nick Blare, Avery Gilchrist, Justus Gregg, Tristan Watzel and Alex Schaeffer.
Winner High School volleyball team is ready to start the season.
They have been involved in two matches prior to this issue of the Winner Advocate hitting the newsstands. The Lady Warriors were in a jamboree in Winner on Saturday and Tuesday they hosted Bon Homme.
Returning letterwinners are Bailey Volmer, Calah Covey, Dacey Kocer, Madyson Frazier, Sydney Fritz, Kylie Horstman, Skyler VanDenHul, Rachel Sherman and Hanna LaCompte. Edith Eagle Hawk is the team manager.
Eleven lettermen will lead the Colome High School football team as they open the season Aug. 28 at home against Corsica/Stickney.
Returning lettermen are seniors, Reed Harter and Allan Varilek; juniors Kelly O’Bryan, Wiley Heath, Noah Hermsen, Nate Krumpus, Will Cahoy, Jordan Shippy and Isaac Kortan; sophomores Nash Atteberry and Zane Rohde.
Colome High School girls volleyball team will open the season at home on Aug. 29 when they host Burke/South Central.
The returning letterwinners are Mariah Kinzer, Taylor Hrabanek, Callie Heath and Lauren Week.
Winner High School boys golf team has one tournament under its belt. The Warriors came away with a second place finish in the Mobridge Invitational on Thursday.
There are six players on the WHS team—Sam Hossle, Duncan English, Luke Engel, Matt Hartley, Jade Whitley and Aiden Barfuss.
The returning lettermen are Hossle, English and Engel.
The numbers are up this year on the Winner Area cross country team, especially among the younger athletes.
The returning letterwinners for the Lady Warriors are Chloe Bartels, Hayley Halverson, Samantha Schuyler and Jaclyn Laprath. The returning lettermen for the boys team are Cohl Turnquist, Colby Curtis, Wyatt Turnquist, Grant Winter Dawson Phillips.
Schuyler, Bartels and Laprath all ran at the state cross country meet last year.
Winner High School competitive dance team is looking for an exciting year.
There are 21 girls on the team with five seniors. Cyndy DeMers is the advisor. The returning letterwinners are Skyler VanDenHul, Payton Eagle, Dacey Kocer, Hayley Halverson, Jadyn Gregg, Amanda Boerner, Macy Olson, Hannah Hanson, Sidney Bohnet and Kacee Konvalin. The leaders are VanDenHul, Kocer and Halverson.
This year the girls picked the motto: “If you want it, go for it.” This is the fourth year for the WHS competitive dance team. The first year at state Winner placed third and the last two years have taken second place. “Our goal is to keep it at that level or go higher,” said DeMers.