Bills youth football back in action for fifth season

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – The sounds pads popping, whistles blowing and little siblings playing together on the sidelines as parents can be seen sitting in lawn chairs nearby, has returned to the practice field near Woodward Field, as the Hot Springs Bills season has gotten underway again, in anticipation of the program's fifth year as part of the Black Hills Youth Football League (BHYFL).

Commissioner of the Bills since the program's inception, Mike Close, who is also Hot...

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Bull’s eye! (FRC FAIR COVERAGE)

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Bull’s eye!

Rowdy Hughson, a 2017 graduate of Hot Springs High School who now makes his home near Edgemont, was the champion bull rider of this past weekend’s Territorial Professional Bull Riders Fall River County Fair Pro Tour Stop in Edgemont. Here, Hughson rides his bull to a First-Go eight-second score of 68, which qualified him for the Short-Go where he went on to earn a score of 85 to win the event.

 

A total of 20 bull riders competed in the first-time event at the  Fall...

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Tierney wins Miss Days of ‘76 title

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Now focused on Miss Rodeo S.D.

By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

ORAL – Growing up the youngest child of a rodeo family, which includes a father who was a World Champion cowboy and a mother who was Miss Rodeo South Dakota, its obvious from where Jordan Tierney’s passion for the sport has come.

A 2013 graduate of Hot Springs High School from Oral, Tierney competed collegiately in rodeo first for South Dakota State University for one year before finishing her final three years of school on...

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A look back at track, and ahead to cross country

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TRACK/CROSS COUNTRY FOOTNOTES

By Coach John Entwisle

Way too many small emergencies going on at the beginning of summer break, so with some effort and more trips on the way, I thought I should get this out and apologize the for lateness of this informational report.

TRACK & FIELD

The Hot Springs track team finished up with several boys making it to the state meet in Rapid City this past May. We had a decent showing, but no placers this year, however that does not mean that we did not...

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Through the uprights: New goal posts at Woodward Field made possible by volunteers and several HSHS Bison alumni

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – As one drives on University Avenue, past the Hot Springs school campus, your eyes naturally drift to the north towards Woodward Field, which provides the friendly, home confines for the the Hot Springs Bison football team each fall.

With its iconic stone gateway dedicated to the late Harry R. Woodward, the near-life-sized fiberglass Bison mounted atop the crow's nest on the top row of the grandstand, and the field's 100-plus yard expansion of lush...

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Schlisner scores "Hole in one"!

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Hole in one... 

Everett Schlisner of Hot Springs sunk a hole-in-one at Southern Hills Golf Course on Tuesday, July 10, on the par-three 14th hole using a seven-iron from 155 yards out. The feat was witnessed by Ron Dross and Pat Campbell.

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