Track Update

Brandon Siemonsma

April 21, 2016

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  From the high intense start to the middle of the season, the Tri-Valley track & field team is still focused and fighting to qualify for state. One of these talented individuals is Brady Johnson who has already qualified for state in shotput as of April 2...

Swinging for the Fences

Logan Larsen, Contributor

April 15, 2016

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Tri-Valley Baseball is one of the high school sports that is sometimes overlooked. It is not a school sponsored sport, so it is left to the coaches to set everything up. The team this year has 22 members and 5 seniors. With good...

Opening Day of Baseball Excites Fans

Matthew Prather

April 7, 2016

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Major League Baseball opening day is a major event, not just in a few states but around the country. Just a few months ago, the World Series took place in Kansas City, and the Royals took the series four games to one against the...

Get Golfy

April 1, 2016

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Women's golf is one of the most overlooked sports in high school. With track season rolling around, most people don't realize the sport that is women's golf. There are five lady golfers this year. Sydney Haga, Sydney Hausmann,...

Tri-Valley Track Starts

Brandon Siemonsma

March 24, 2016

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Many track athletes have returned and have their eyes on State, while the new comers are working hard to make their way on the varsity team. The Tri-Valley track and field team began their first practice with a great start. The...

March to the Summit

Carter Hausmann

March 17, 2016

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. March is known as the month of basketball and this March Sioux Falls was host to the Summit League basketball tournament. The Summit league consists of nine teams from South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Indiana, and Oklahoma. All nine teams, both women's a...

The Madness of March

Matthew Prather

March 12, 2016

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        March Madness is back. Get those tvs, iPods, iPads, laptops, and any other electronic device and get them hooked up into one room to watch all the games. It’s the time of the year to plop...

Ending of Boys Basketball

Brandon Siemonsma

March 10, 2016

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It was a good hard fight until the end. The Tri-Valley boys’ basketball team ended their season by making it to the 5A region semi-finals. The boys played every game to the best of their ability and from that made themselves into an incredible basket...

State Wrestling Wrap Up

Carter Hausmann

March 3, 2016

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    Working hard on and off the mats is exactly what it takes to make it to the South Dakota State Wrestling tournament. This was exactly what it took for the five athletes from Tri-Valley that made it to state. The weekend of February 26 and 27 was a b...

Region Wrestling

Matthew Prather

February 28, 2016

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    Region wrestling was a great turn out for the Tri-Valley wrestling team. The five people that Tri-Valley sent to state were Caden Lamer, Trevor Klinnert, Dylan Eldeen, Parker Ramstad, and Willie Heiberger.   Caden...

100th Win For Ramstad

February 21, 2016

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Countless hours of work on the wrestling mats has been what senior wrestler Parker Ramstad has been doing ever since he was in the third grade. The weekend of January 23, Ramstad became a part of the 100 win club. Ramstad was wrestling at the Dakota Twelve Conf...

Injuries, Injuries, and More Injuries

Kiana Kuchta

February 4, 2016

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The girls basketball team has seen more injuries than usual this season. From concussions, to torn ACLs, and even sprained ankles. The Mustangs started the season 5-0 and then took a fall to Vermillion, and ever since that they have been rebounding ...

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