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Parkston In Dual Match On Thu Y 160 Pounds - Noah Beck Win - Lu- cas Bietz - Pin 1:55 170 Pounds - Open Loss - Austin Ripp - Forfeit 182 Pounds - Cade Fortuna Win - Slayton Neugebauer - Dec. 10-4 195 Pounds - Tyson Serr Loss - Brody Shoenfelder - Dec. 4-6 220 Pounds - Open Loss - Noah Reichert - Forfeit 285 Pounds - Colton Nelson Win - Tucker Bigge - Pin 3:33 Sign Intent The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, February 10, 2016 6 ary is the day when high school ing Day. Last Wednesday, Cougars' seniors make their decision final as Tyson Serr and Zach Sebern both to where they intend to play college decided to head north to Aberdeen. football, known as National Sign- Continued on Page 7 Tax & Bookkeeping Service 323 Main Street, Gregory, SD Ph: (605) 835-9665 Contact Us For Your Tax Preparation Needs ~ Personal ~ Farm ~ Business ~ Partnerships ~ Corporations Noah Beck, pictured above, went into Tuesday night's dual ranked #4 and was up against the #1 ranked wrestler, Lucas Bietz of Parkston. Noah was able to maintain control and pinned Bietz in 1:55. On Thursday, February 4th Cade Fortuna had a tremendous ef- the Burke/Gregory Storm hosted fort, winning a 10-4 decision over Parkston in a wrestling dual. This Slayton Neugebauer. At this point was our only home dual of the year Burke/Gregory was trailing by just and a great crowd was on hand to four points with three matches re- watch a pretty good match. The fi- maining. nal score had Parkston on top with a Parkston added to their lead score of 40 to 33. in the next two matches as Brady Jordan Vosika got us off in Schoenfelder won by decision over great shape in the 106# class. Jordan Tyson Serr at 195# and Parkston's was behind 3-2 going into the third Noah Reichert won by forfeit in the period and able to record an escape, 220# class. take down and a pin with about 40 In the last match of the eve- seconds left in the period and put ning, Burke/Gregory's Colten Nel- Burke/Gregory on the board withl a son won by fall over Tucker Bigge score of 6-0. in 3:33. Parkston answered with a for- "This was a great effort by feit in the 113# and in the 120# class the Burke/Gregory team all up and went up to a score of 12-6 when down the line-up," states Coach Logan Mahoney wrestled Jack-Hansen, "Parkston is at this time son Eklund, who had moved up a ranked #2 in the state and the Burke/ weight class to wrestle this particu- Gregory team is ranked #10. The lar competitor, coaching staff thought our team bat- The Storm was able to tie the tied well against some highly touted score with the fourth match of the state tournament quality competi- evening, which was a forfeit earned tion." by Finn Hanson. We will be getting back on the The 132# class Burke/Gregorymats on Tuesday, February 9 as we went up by 6 points when Borden travel to Ft. Pierre for a dual against Rolf used a take down and a pin the Stanley County Buffalos and with just 50 seconds into the match on Friday, February 12 we travel to over Logan Heidinger. Kimball for a quad with Mt. Ver- Parkston comes back in the non/Plankinton/Corsica-Stickney, 138# class winning an 8-2 decision Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes with Kyler Holzbauer over Vladik and Mobridge/Pollock. Johnson. They added to that lead at WRESTLING STATS 145# when Dawson Semmler won33 Burke/Gregory vs. Parkston by fall over Kaleb Wells in 1:04. 40 At 152# was also won by 106 Pounds - Jordan Vosika Wm - Parkston with Blake Bietz, a last Riley Weber- Pin 5:13 year's finalist, won a 11-3 major de- 113 Pounds - Open Loss - Cordell cision over Jeremiah Beck. Murtha - Forfeit The match of the evening pit- 120 Pounds - Jackson Eklund ted two highly regarded wrestlers Loss - Logan Mahoney - Pin 2:58 in the state in the 160# class. Noah 126 Pounds - Finn Hanson Win - Beck was able to take his opponent Open - Forfeit down and get him on back with only 132 Pounds - Borden Roll Win - 5 seconds remaining in the period Logan Heidinger- Pin :50 recorded a pinfall over Luke Bietz. 138 Pounds - Vladik Johnson Loss This brought the Burke/Gregory - Kyler Holzbauer - Dec. 2-8 team back to within one point of 145 Pounds - Kaleb Wells Loss - Parkston. Dawson Semmler - Pin 1:04 At 170# Parkston's Austin Ripp 152 Pounds - Jeremiah Beck Loss picked up a forfeit. At 182# B/G's - Blake Bietz - Dec. 3-11 Zach Sebern Tyson Serr The first Wednesday in Febru- a The following is a list of additional donors to our regular fund drive. George & Vyrle Johnson David & Mary Jones Joyce Jones Jack Kerner Norma Kahler Jeff & Tami Lyon Donald & Katherine Leask Anthony Mayer Shelly Andersen Liu Deanna Nelson Ruth A. Pauls Alan & Teresa Peterson Burke True Value Dale Reber The G.A.B. Myra Reis Main Street Auto Parts Bud & Laura Reuer Rich & Janelle Bartling Marc & Melissa Rolf Pat Clausen Ken &Wanda Smith Elsie Forsch Derald & Jo Ann Vaughn Dean Frank Charlie & Cindy Wolf Linda & Slim Harsin Gary & Mary Ann Schaffer Pam & Vernon Hitchcock lira & LaNeal Schonebaum John & Sheila Jensen Bob & Liz Cihak I would at this time like to say "Thank You" to all the people listed previously and those listed above for their contributions to our fund drives. It would be impossible to maintain a good department without your thoughtful donations. Again Thank You! Ralph Lunn Burke Fire Chief CROPINSURANCESPECIALISTS.coM YOU KNOW YOURFARM, WE KNOW CROP INSURANCE. LET'S MAKE A PLAN. We don't pretend to know every kind of insurance, but we sure understand c~ insurance, It s all we do - every working day. Studying, talk!ltg and planning. So if you ever have a crop insurance need, you won't have to question your crop insurance plan. 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