Sunday, December 04, 2016
   
Text Size

Site Search

Valentine Deer Check Station Numbers

Valentine Deer Check Station

2016 Firearm Rifle Deer Season


SANDHILLS UNIT :

mule deer:        162   bucks

11   does

whitetail deer:   216  bucks

25   does

KEYA PAHA   UNIT:

mule deer:           53   bucks

1    does

whitetail deer:   145    bucks

30    does

CALAMUS WEST   UNIT:

mule deer:          20   bucks

1   does

whitetail deer:    27   bucks

5   does

 

Total mule deer bucks =  235

Total mule deer does   =    13

 

Total whitetail bucks   =   388

Total whitetail does     =     60

 

TOTAL DEER FOR 2016   =   696

 

compared to 2015 = 638

up 62 deer at Valentine Check Station

 

Valentine Wrestling Club Parent Meeting

The Valentine Wrestling Club will be holding their Parent Meeting on Tuesday, November 29th at 6:30 pm in the Valentine High School Commons Area with practices beginning the first week of December.  The Wrestling Club is open to all students from Pre-K through 8th Grade.

Registration is currently available on their website at www.valentinewrestling.com

The meeting will focus on introducing the new Coaches, going over the different programs offered, registeration and tournament information.

New this year, we are offering one week of practice in our Badger Tough program free for anybody wanting to see if they like wrestling. The only requirement is the wrestler needs a current AAU insurance card.

At the end of the meeting we will be giving a tour of the new “Badger Den” practice room.

We are asking all parents to attend this meeting as we are making some exciting new changes to our program.

 

Valentine Winter Sports Numbers

 

Boys Basketball

5 Seniors
3 Juniors
7 Sophomores
10 Freshmen

Total 25

Girls Basketball

3 Seniors
4 Juniors
5 Sophomores
8 Freshmen

Total 20

Wrestling

7 Seniors
8 Juniors
8 Sophomores
4 Freshmen

Total 27
   

Sandhills-Thedford falls to Twin Loup in D2 Playoffs

Twin Loup's defense was able to hold Sandhills-Thedford to 8 points and advance to the D2 championship game, 18-8.

Twin Loup got an interception returned for a touchdown by Brayden Strohl for the game winner, making it 12-0 Wolves. They also got a rushing score from Alex Horky to get things started, out to an 18-0 lead before Sandhills-Thedford got on the board.

This marks the first state final appearance for Twin Loup. Sargent made 4 previous trips, including winning it all in 2011.

The D2 final is set for 10:15 a.m. on Monday, November 21st. The Wolves face Falls City Sacred Heart, who topped BDS 16-12.

 

Inaugural Elite Rodeo Association Finals Crowns Several Locals Champs!

Steven Dent's decision to choose bareback riding as the final event for the Elite Rodeo Athletes World Championship on Sunday afternoon at American Airlines Center proved a wise one.

It took a determined ride by Dent, the season points leader, and he was rewarded with a score of 86.0 to secure a victory over a field that included Kaycee Feild (83.50) and Bobby Mote (84.0).

Dent's ride, aboard Smack Daddy, propelled him to the overall ERA season championship as well.

"Competing against the best guys in the world every day makes you better," said the 30-year-old from Mullen, Nebraska. "I'm humbled and blessed to beat those guys."

Season point leader Lisa Lockhart gained the overall barrel racing title, but the weekend belonged to Dublin's Kassie Mowry. Mowry completed the course in a winning time of 12.793 seconds. It was only the second rodeo for her horse.

30 year old saddle bronc rider Cort Scheer, of Elsmere, NE also took home the overall ERA world championship with an 86 point ride on his horse, Bitter Robin. Scheer, the overall champ was edged out by Iowa’s Wade Sundell, 87-point ride for the night. Sundell, riding the horse they call “Out West,” would secure his 2nd place overall position in the ERA season standing with the win, though was still well back of Scheer for the overall title (1,000 points). Canada’s Zeke Thurston would place 3rd overall in the standings, the only Canadian to make the ERA’s overall podium in in the opening season.

The Inaugural Elite Rodeo Athletes (ERA) World Championship took place November 11-13 in Dallas, TX.

   

Page 1 of 49