Monthly Archives: February 2021

Pierre Basketball Sweeps Brookings

The Pierre Governor basketball teams picked up two big wins on Tuesday as the boys knocked off Brookings on the road 62-41 while the girls won at home over the Bobcats 56-38. The Governor boys got the much needed win behind a solid night from sophomores Lincoln Kienholz and Jackson Edman. Kienholz led all scorers…read more »

Region Tournament, Regular Season Final Scores, Feb. 22

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL Brandon Valley 50, Watertown 47 Class B Region 1 First Round Langford 47, Great Plains Lutheran 43 Class B Region 2 First Round Potter County 58, Sunshine Bible Academy 15 Class B Region 3 First Round Arlington 65, Iroquois 37 Estelline/Hendricks 54, Wessington Springs 22 Class B Region 4 First Round Elkton-Lake…read more »

Stanley County Rolls Miller on Senior Night

The Stanley County Buffaloes wasted little time against the Miller Rustlers on Monday night as the Buffs used a continuous clock beating Miller 68-42. The Buffaloes jumped out to a double digit lead before the Rustlers were able to score its first points of the night as Miller didn’t get on the board until 2:30…read more »

Pierre Governor Girls Close Season, Boys in Brookings

The Pierre Governor basketball teams will both face Brookings on Tuesday as the girls will close the regular season at home against the Bobcats while the boys will play its second to final game on the road. The Governors are both coming in off losses over the weekend as the girls fell in both games…read more »

Sully Buttes Girls Back to Faulkton Looking for Different Outcome

The Sully Buttes Chargers will open up its 2B Region Tournament with a team they just ended the regular season with, the Faulkton Area Trojans, back in Faulkton. The Chargers played a competitive game and left on the court last week but came up short to the Trojans in a six point game, 53-47. Tonight…read more »

Pierre City Commission To Meet Tonight

PIERRE — The Pierre City Commission is meeting tonight at the Pierre Municipal Building. Commissioners will get an update on Covid-19 in special business before considering approval of a four-item consent calendar. Three items of unfinished business await the Commission tonight. Commissioners will consider awarding bids for aggregate base course and water department items for…read more »

Bill To Improve Rail Line From Fort Pierre To Midland Amended To Extend Work To Rapid City And Appropriation To 20-Million Dollars

PIERRE — A Senate Bill that would appropriate state funding as a match on a project to improve rail infrastructure between Fort Pierre and Midland is amended Monday before the Joint Committee on Appropriations. Senator Jessica Castleberry says the amendment extends the project from Fort Pierre to Rapid City instead of Midland and increases the…read more »

Charger Boys Hoops Team Stays Close, Falls on the Road Saturday

The Sully Buttes Charger boys basketball team couldn’t overcome pressure defense by the Lower Brule Sioux, and dropped a 55-50 decision Saturday afternoon at the Warner Classic in Warner. The Sioux put back court pressure on the Chargers, and pressed them into the front court.  Turnovers and throwaways by the Chargers had the Sioux leading…read more »