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7 The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, February 10, 2016 for the Wolves. His high school A--- ~ ....J-- n-..., ,a,~,~n LETTERS OF INTENT career as a running back with the [ ~n.~lt k.ouuol_t ro~t ~,','u ] Continued from Page 6 Cougars concluded with 247 tackles I Legion & Auxiliary ] Tyson will be joining the Northern under his belt, 1,620 rushing yards, I __ D~l~a~al/~ ] State Wolves and Zach will become 27 touchdowns and was a two-time I ~l" 1 | I IkcQ I~l~ I a Presentation College Saint. All-Conference and All-State selec- ] f~ ImAAml I Tyson, the son of Tom & Tammi tion. I~ I:T~ ISerr'willjin25thernewrecruits said,WlvesHeadCachTmDsch"Tyson is a standout high ,-07..A! Wanted To Buy school athlete at Burke High School. His versatility and competitiveness Herrlck Legion Hall will be a huge asset at the collegiate Sunday, 8:00 AM to 12 Noon Small Acreage With or without a house in the Gregory or Burke area 830-1724 Home For Sale (446 East 6th St, Burke, SD) 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, ranch style home, ready to move in, 1680 sq. ft. each level, 4 lots overlook country on 2 sides. Includes, large master bedroom with 2 closets and large master bath. Other bedrooms have large walk in closets in gener- ous size rooms. Poured cement walk out basement ready to be finished. Large rooms with open floor plan with many cupboards in kitchen/dining area. This great home has a spacious well-manicured yard and landscap- ing, with mature trees, garden area, 2 flower beds and small herb garden. Newer appliances and window coverings stay. New heat pump furnace/air installed in 2014, in 2013 outside was professionally caulked and painted along with new eve spouts and gutters. New roof, vents and chimney in 2007 by professional contractors. If you love country with living in town, great neighbors, quiet location and move in ready this home is for you. Asking pdce $150,000 interested parties please call evenings .... 605-775-3028, or cell phone 605-999-2290 Offered by m' I Medical Group Gregory 405 Whitteear Ave., Gregory, SD Tuesday, Feb. 23rd & Wednesday, Feb. 24th 7 a.m. ~ 9 a.m. Refreshments Screening includes: Blood Pressure, Height, Weight, BMI Lab to include Total Cholesterol, HDL & LDL, Triglycerides, Fasting Blood Sugar All for only (over $150 value) ..No insurance filed for this special event.. Call (605) 835- 9611 today for an appointment level." The Wolves were 6-5 for their 2015 season schedule, averaging 28.7 points per game and 153.9 rushing yards. Tyson plans on majoring in Bus- ness Management and minoring in Business Ag. Zach, the son of Mike & Amy Sebern, will join 31 other recruits for the Saints. He played quarter- back and linebacker for the Cougars and was an All-State selection and named to the Academic All-State Team. Saints Head Coach Carr said, "The recruiting class of 2016 brings excitement and great energy to the PC Saints football program. The quality of student-athlete we have been able to attract is impressive, and reiterates that we have an out- standing product to share at Presen- tation College. While the majority of our recruiting class mimics our current roster by coming predomi- nately from the Great Plains region, our familiar out of region areas that have been fruitful to our program (Alaska, California, Arizona) are well represented. I look forward to working with this group of recruits and our veteran players as we work towards our common goals of com- peting for a NSAA title and graduat- ing student-athletes." The Saints were 4-6 for their 2015 season schedule with 262 yards passing per contest, the 15th best offense in the country for pass- ing. Zach's plans for study are unde- cided at this time. B/SC Coug Overtime Win At Highmore Classic The Burke/South Central Cou- gars traveled to Highmore for a Highmore Classic on Saturday, November 6th, and won the contest against the Eureka-Bowdle Patri- ots, 61-54 in overtime, bringing the Cougar record to 8-7. Zach Sebern had 36 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists. Ethan Fer- nau had 9 points and 8 rebounds and Jaden Frank had 9 points. The Cougars shot 20 of 51 from the field for 39% and hit 16 of 24 from the line for 67%. They record- ed 10 fouls and 14 turnovers. Alex Aman had 18 points and 12 rebounds, Jordan Maier had 17 59 Win Over Ethan Fernau is pictured above on his way to scoring 17 points for the Cougars in Thursday's contest against the Marty Braves held in Bonesteel. Ethan helped lead the Cougars to a 63-59 win. - SC Sports Photo The Burke/South Central Cou-from the line for 52%. They record- gars hosted the Marty Braves in ed 14fouls and 18 turnovers. Bonesteel on Thursday, February Lonnie Hare had 22 points and 4th, and won the contest 63-59. Oscar Bernie and Devin Drapeau Ethan Fernau had 17 points and each had 12 points for the Braves. 13 rebounds, Zach Sebern had 15 Marty shot 19 of 67 from the points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, field for 28% and all 12 shots from Donald Irvin had 12 points and 2 the charity stripe went in for 100%. steals, and Clayton Hakin had 8 They recorded 23 fouls and 7 turn- points and 2 steals, overs. The Cougars shot 22 of 47 from B/SC 13 24 41 63 the field for 47% and hit 13 of 25 M 8 24 39 59 points and 9 rebounds and Cole Kappenman had 12 points for the Patriots. Eureka-Bowdle shot 21 of 61 from the field for 34% and 8 of 13 from the charity stripe for 62%. They recorded 17 fouls and 10 turn- overs. B/SC 16 23 36 47 61 E-B 12 17 31 47 54 In 6'11 3/4" Tyler Frank, a junior at USD, continues to improve his high jump height, clearing 6'11 3A" on Friday to win the Air Force Challenge in- side the Cadet Field House in Colo- rado Springs, CO. Tyler currently leads the Summit League by more than five inches. ue Results of the Wednesday Wom- en's League held on January 27 are as follows: 1) Hot Flushes 79-41 2) Desperate House 76-44 3) Bills Bar 73-46 4) Lucky Strikers 73-46 5) Commandos WTF 66-54 6) Spare Me 53~-66~ 7) Squids 31-88~ HTG-Lucky Strikers-853 HTS-Lucky Strikers-2502 Scratch Game-Linda Schultz 193, 182; Connie Rajewich 183, 177; Mac Long 177 Scratch Series-Linda Schultz 551; Connie Rajewich 510; Mae Continued on Page 12