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RAPID CITY — The Wild West Gymnastics Invitational, hosted by Spearfish Gymnastics Academy, was held Jan. 4-5, at the Rushmore Civic Center, in Rapid City.

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SPEARFISH — Spearfish High Schools boys’ basketball team battled its rival, the Belle Fourche Broncs for 32 minutes, and in the end came away with the win, 67-57, Tuesday night, in Spearfish.

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SPEARFISH —  The Spearfish Spartans played hard the entire game, and defeated the Douglas Patriots 56-55 Saturday afternoon, in Spearfish.

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LEAD — Lead-Deadwood built an 18-point halftime advantage Thursday evening and defeated Upton 46-33 in a varsity girls’ basketball game played at the Lead-Deadwood High School gym, in Lead.

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NEWELL — The Newell varsity girls’ basketball team scored 20 points in the first quarter Tuesday evening and defeated Wall 60-45 at Austin Auditorium in Newell. With their fourth straight win, the Irrigators improved to 6-1.

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HETTINGER, N.D. — Spearfish’s wrestling team collected 204 points and earned fifth place at the Hettinger Classic that ended Saturday.

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SPEARFISH — Black Hills State University defeated Colorado Mesa 87-79 in overtime of a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men’s basketball game played Saturday night at the Young Center, in Spearfish.

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SPEARFISH — Spearfish outscored Sturgis 24-19 in the fourth quarter Friday night and edged Sturgis 60-57 in a varsity boys’ basketball game played at the Spearfish High School gym.

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SPEARFISH — Spearfish erased a five-point deficit in the fourth quarter Friday night and defeated archrival Sturgis 61-56 in a varsity girls’ basketball game played at the Spearfish High School gym.

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STURGIS — Sturgis Brown High School’s Gabe Rambow, signed a letter of intent committing to play soccer for the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Hardrockers this fall, during a signing ceremony on Dec. 11 at Sturgis Brown High School.  

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SPEARFISH — The Spearfish Youth Sports and Activities Association (SYSAA) is hosting a Fields of Dreams New Year’s Eve Ball fundraiser on Tuesday, Dec. 31, at the Spearfish Holiday Inn and Convention Center.

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RAPID CITY — Rapid City defenseman Josh Elmes, left, works behind the net during an ECHL hockey game earlier this season. Elmes and the Rush will close 2019 by hosting the Wichita Thunder this Friday and Saturday at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Ice Arena. Faceoff for both games is set for…

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SPEARFISH — Hikers, fatbike riders, and cross-country skiers make regular use of the Big Hill Trail system, south of Spearfish along Tinton Road. However, not all trails are the same.

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RAPID CITY — The Sturgis Scoopers wrestled a dual against Rapid City Stevens on Thursday that ended with both teams winning six matches. Two forfeits by Sturgis at 126 and 220 pounds put Stevens on top with a 36-27 win.  

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LEAD — Lead-Deadwood hosted Belle Fourche and Custer in a wrestling triangular held Thursday evening at Lead-Deadwood High School, in Lead.

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SPEARFISH — New Black Hills State University head football coach Josh Breske aims to re-establish the culture he enjoyed as a player here roughly a decade ago.

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LEAD — A 23-7 scoring edge in the second quarter powered the Lead-Deadwood boys’ basketball team past Newell 67-34 Tuesday night at the Lead-Deadwood High School gym in Lead. It marked the Golddiggers’ first victory in three tries this season.

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SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University men’s basketball game ended its weekend by downing Fort Lewis 81-70 in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference contest Saturday night at the Young Center, in Spearfish.

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BROOKINGS — The Spearfish Gymnastics Academy Optional Team recently travelled across the state to open their competitive season at the Hula Fest, hosted by Gold Medal Gymnastics, in Brookings.  

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STURGIS — Sturgis’ varsity wrestling team earned a pair of victories at Thursday’s double dual event held at the west high school gym at Sturgis. The Scoopers defeated Huron 42-27 and toppled Aberdeen Central 60-9.