Girls basketball season tips off

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By Tim Huether

Bennett County and Todd County squared off in Mission Tuesday evening for the girls basketball season opener for both squads and the home team Falcons escaped with a 55-43 win.

In a game that started out with more turnovers than points, Bennett County jumped to a 7-1 lead with Sophomore Autumn Kamerzell scoring the games first five points on a field goal and a three pointer. Megan…

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Wrestlers third at Stanley Co

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By Coach Brent Ireland

The Warrior wrestling team opened up its season this past week with a meet against Red Cloud and Hill City on Tuesday and then followed that up on Saturday with a trip to Ft. Pierre and the Stanley County Invite. 

We have a very young team this year with nearly one third of our kids being first year wrestlers. However, with 22 kids in the room, we have a great…

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Warriors football season ends in round one

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By Tim Huether

The Bennett County High School football team ended their season Oct. 23 in round one of the playoffs with a hard fought 28-20 loss to Custer.

Custer advanced to face top rated Winner Oct. 30, in Winner in the second round of 11B football playoffs.

Custer put points on the board first with a 17 yard touchdown run by Kenneth Myers and the kick after made it 7-0 with 1:13 to play in…

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Bennett County Winter Sports schedule

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Date Tournament Site Time

Tues. Nov. 27 Red Cloud there 6:00 p.m.

Sat. Dec. 1 Stanley County there 9:00 a.m.

Sat. Dec. 8 Gordon/Rushville Gordon 8:00 a.m.

Tues. Dec. 11 West R. Conf. P. Ridge 4:00 p.m

Fri.-Sat., Dec. 14-15  Hot Springs there 12/10:00 a.m.

Fri.-Sat., Jan. 4-5   Lyman                     Presho 11/9:00 a.m.

Fri. Jan. 11 BC…

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Lady Warriors fall in volleyball season finale

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By Cindy Knecht

The Lady Warriors celebrated Parent’s Night Thursday, October 25, as the Lady Eagles of Wall came to town for volleyball. It was a nail-biting night in both matches. The Junior Varsity lost 23-25, 20-25.

Shiann was 1/2 setting and 1/2 hitting with one kill. Lizzy was 1/1 serving and had one dig. Cortne was 1/1 setting, 2/3 serving with one ace, 5/5 receiving and had 2 digs. Mel was…

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BCHS year end football stats

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By Tim Huether

The Bennett County Warriors football team ended the year with a 4-5 record after losing to Custer in the first round of the playoffs. The young and often outsized team was in every game but one this season. 

The team may have been undersized in weight and number of players, but pound for pound, outmanned every team but St. Thomas More. They battled well all season and ended it…

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Warriors playoff run starts Tuesday

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By Tim Huether

Bennett County secured a third seed in the 11A football playoffs by blowing by Little Wound 50-0 Oct. 18, with winds gusting around 45 miles an hour in Kyle.

The wind took the sails out of both team’s passing attack, but the Warriors pounded the ball on the ground and forced the Mustangs into several turnovers on their way to the win in the regular season finale for both teams.

The…

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Lady Warriors save best for last, still fall to outstanding Thorpe team

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By Coach Cindy Knecht

District 14A Volleyball kicked off Tuesday, October 30, in Martin as the number two seed Warriors toppled the third seeded Little Wound Mustangs 25-16, 25-14, 25-8 in semi-final competition. 

Bennett County’s game plan was to be dominant but conserve energy for the championship. Last year, I think we overlooked Little Wound and ended up going five sets. We were pretty…

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Warriors pounded by St. Thomas More, 52-0

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Bennett County tacklers against STM

By Tim Huether

The Bennett County Warriors  took on the perennial powerhouse St. Thomas More Cavaliers last Friday in High School football and came up on the short end of a 52-0 pounding.

The Warriors moved the ball on offense in the opening series of the game, but were forced to punt near midfield. The punt was blocked and More advanced it to the 32 of the Warriors. Soon after, they…

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