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Valentine Girls Golf results for Monday, September 29th at the Gordon Invite

On Monday, September 29th, the 18 hole golf invite in Gordon was changed to a 9 hole tournament due to rain and lighting. However, that didn't damper the spirits of the Lady Badgers, who placed first overall with a 241. Chadron followed with a 248 and Gordon/Rushville placed 3rd with a 287.

Individually, the scores are as follows:

2nd   Ashton Bancroft   47

3rd   Jessica Stankoski   63

4th   Sherridan Bancroft   64

6th   Allison Collier   67

7th   Tori Osterman   68

 

The Lady Badgers head to Broken Bow on Thursday, October 2nd for their next golf event.

 

WEEK 5 PIGSKIN PREDICTION WINNERS

IT WAS ANOTHER CRAZY WEEK IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL WITH LOTS OF UPSETS, BUT STILL 2 PEOPLE JUST MISSED ONE GAME ON THEIR PICK CARD. FIRST PLACE WENT TO PAT PIER OF VALENTINE, AND SECOND PLACE WENT TO DANIEL MARCHANT OF KANSAS. GREAT JOB TO OUR WINNERS AND ONLY TIME WILL TELL WHAT'S IN STORE FOR WEEK 6 OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL ACTION.

 

Five Chadron State College entries place at Sheridan College rodeo

Led by bareback rider Wyatt Clark, five Chadron State College contestants placed among the top four in their events at the Sheridan College rodeo over the weekend.

A graduate student from Wellfleet, Clark scored 63 and 73 points on his barebacks to win the event at the Sheridan rodeo.  He also won was the bareback riding winner at the Chadron State rodeo the previous weekend and now has the lead in the Central Rocky Mountain Region.

A freshman, Chasen Cole of Hermosa, S.D., was the runner-up in the bull riding at the Sheridan rodeo.  He was fifth in the first go-round with 58 points and was second in the championship session on Sunday with 69 points.

Cole is the first Chadron State bull rider to place in the event since early in the 2011-12 season.

Kodi McFadden, a junior from Elsmere, finished third in breakaway roping.  She tied for seventh in the first go-round in 3.9 second and was third in the final go-round in 4.7 to place third overall.

Both of CSC’s other placewinners were fourth in their events.  They are senior Amy Deichert of Spearfish, S.D., with times of 17.88 and 18.32 seconds in the barrel race and freshman Prestyn Novak of Newell, S.D., in 5.3 and 4.9 seconds in steer wrestling.

Novak also was among the 10th finalists in tie down roping.  Other CSC entries making the finals were Nate McFadden of Dunning in bareback riding and Wyatt Clark and his brother Jaden, who attends the University of Wyoming, in team roping.

Lamar College will host the region’s fourth rodeo of the season this weekend.

 

 

   

5th and 6th Grade Tackle FB Wins Over Weekend

The Valentine 5th and 6th grade tackle football team traveled to Gordon on Sunday, winning both games. They beat Gordon in an 8-man game 38-32, and then went on to beat Gordon in 11-man 18-10.

Next action for the 5th and 6th graders will be Sunday October 5th in Bassett to play Bassett and Ainsworth.

 

Local High School Sports Scores Sept 26th

Below are select local high school football sports scores, primarily from September 26th, 2014. If you have additions or corrections to these scores, please contact us!

Team Name Score Team Name Score
Valentine
15 Ord 30
Cody-Kilgore
6 Sioux County 30
North Central
45 Neligh-Oakdale 48
Ainsworth 0 Lutheran High 51
Sandhills/Thedford
61 Sumner/Eddyville 7
Mullen
34 Paxton 37
Chadron
26 Ogallala 6
Gordon/Rushville
60 Mitchell 35
O'Neill
6 Broken Bow 21
White River
50 Jones County 46
Winner
18 Parkston 37
Saint Francis Indian
0 Cheyenne Eagle-Butte 34

In Golf, the Lady Badgers played very well at the Prairie Club Pines Course during the Valentine Invite on September 25th. Valentine placed first with a team score of 459. Chadron followed with a 505. Individually, Ashton Bancroft placed 3rd with a 93, Sherridan Bancroft placed 4th with a 108, Tori Osterman and Jessica Stankoski followed directly behind with a 129, placing 5th and 6th.

In Volleyball action on Thursday, Valentine fell to Burwell in the Reserve, Junior Varsity and Varsity matches, all of which were very close games.

 

   

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