Colome volleyball team played in the Tri Quad in Springview, Neb., on Oct. 6.
The Cowgirls lost to North Central 14/25, 13-25 and 16-25. Colome then played Ainsworth, Neb., and won 25-23, 25-15, 24-26, 23-25, 15-6.
Colome played at Todd County on Oct. 3 and won the match 25-8, 29-27 and 25-18.
Winner Area girls cross country team took second place at the Southeast South Dakota Conference cross country meet in Tyndall on Oct. 5.
Chloe Bartels led the Lady Warriors as she finished in 5th place in 20:59.6. Jaclyn Laprath placed 9th in 21:28; Sam Schuyler, 10th, 21:30; Aryn Meiners, 22nd and Megan Blare, 30th.
The Winner boys team took third place and were led by Colby Curtis who took 6th in 18:57. He was followed by Grant Winter, 19th, 20:10; Dawson Phillips, 25th and Wyatt Turnquist, 32nd.
Colome football team rolled to a 60-0 victory over Andes Central/Dakota Christian Friday night in Colome. With the victory the Cowboys remain undefeated with a 6-0 record.
The Cowboys have bye week and do not play this Friday. They have two games left in the regular season.
Winner varsity volleyball team picked up two wins this week and improved their record to 10-5. The Lady Warriors defeated Colome and Todd County.
On Sept. 29, Winner defeated Todd County in three sets. Winner won 25-14, 25-8, 25-16.
The WHS team traveled to Colome on Thursday and won 25-19, 25-20, 25-15.
The next action for Winner will be Oct. 8 when they host White River and Oct. 10 at Chester area. On Oct. 13, Chamberlain will be in Winner for a match.
Colome volleyball team was defeated by Winner in three sets Thursday night in Colome. Winner won 25-19, 25-20 and 25-15.
On Sept. 29, Colome defeated Andes Central/Dakota Christian 25-19, 25-21 and 25-23.
The next action for Colome will be at Todd County on Oct. 8 and hosting Gregory on Oct. 13.
Winner Lady Warriors cross country team placed third at the Todd County Invitational on Sept. 29. The varsity girls were led by Chloe Bartels, 5th; Jaclyn Laprath, 10th; Sam Schuyler, 14th; Aryn Meiners, 17th and Haley Halverson, 26th.
The varsity boys were led by Colby Curtis, 17th; Grant Winter, 37th; Dawson Phillips, 46th and Wyatt Turnquist, 56th.
Winner Area girls cross country team won first place with a perfect score of 6 points at the Burke/South Central Invitational cross country meet on Thursday. The Winner area girls swept the top three places. Chloe Bartels won first placed followed by Jaclyn Laprath, 2nd and Sam Schuyler, 3rd. Aryn Meiners placed12th and Megan Blare, 15th
Coach Jayd Schuyler says he is really proud of the girls. He says in the years he has been coaching the cross country team this is the first time the Lady Warriors have received a perfect score.
The varsity boys finished in 3rd place. The team was led by Colby Curtis, 3rd; Grant Winter, 11th; Dawson Phillips, 20th and Wyatt Turnquist, 25th.
Sam Hossle qualified for the state golf tournament at the regional held in Pierre Sept. 28.
The Winner High School senior placed 12th at the regional as he shot an 88.
Hossle played in the state tournament which was held Oct. 5-6 in Milbank.
Parkston won the regional with the Winner team taking sixth place.
Scores of other Winner golfers at the regional include: Luke Engel, 113; Duncan English, 121; Matt Hartley, 128.
Winner High School cheer and dance competed at Dakota Valley on Saturday.
In dance, Dakota Valley, Gregory and Winner competed. Winner placed first in hip hop, 2nd in both kick and pom and second overall. “This was our best performance so far and as a coach I couldn’t be more proud of the outcome of this competition,” said coach Cyndy DeMers. “The leaders and all of the girls have worked really hard on getting their routines choreographed for their best chance at the state competition. They will continue to work on making their movements sharp, clean and synchronized.”
The WHS cheer team took fourth place and improved their scores from all their previous competitions with a total score of 129. Finishing in first place was Dakota Valley followed by Bon Homme, Dell Rapids, Winner, Dell Rapids St. Mary’s, Wagner and Gregory. “We have spent a lot of time reworking our routine to make the difficulty harder. So the fact that we just changed our ending pyramid to something a lot harder, I am thrilled with how they did,” said coach Val Ewing.
It was a battle of two undefeated teams and Winner came out on top in a big way. The No. 1 rated Winner Warriors cruised past the No. 5 rated Chamberlain Cubs 52-6 Friday night in Chamberlain.
“We dominated the line of scrimmage and our guys made plays offensively,” said coach Dan Aaker. “We really steamrolled in the first quarter,” added the coach.
The Warriors, who are 5-0 for the season, were up 44-0 after the first quarter.