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Comets open the season with a win

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RC Christian football team defeats Jones County/White River 15-12.

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RC Christian football team defeats Jones County/White River 15-12.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12451/7050145?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 18 Aug 2017 04:27:15 +0000 Comets open the season with a win RC Christian football team defeats Jones County/White River 15-12. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12451/7050145?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOTA vq>> the comets and wolverines kickoff the high school football season. kota sports director>> the rapid city christian football team went winless last season. but the comets did gain some valuable experience that they hope yields better results in 20-17. and tonight christian kicked things off by taking on jones county/white river. jones co./wr at rc christian>> the fans had to dodge a few rain drops down at hart ranch. 1. 2nd quarter, no score, rapid city christian's zane schlabach fires the pass, it's picked off by austin olsen. but the wolverines were unable to capitalize on the turnover. 2. the comets back on the attack, this time zane schlabach's pass is deflected up in the air and then intercepted by jake dowling. the jones county/white river defense turning in some nice plays. 3. still scoreless, this time zane schlabach connects with tanner fife and he takes it for a gain of 16. christian putting together a nice drive. 4. zane schlabach decides to call his own number on the quarterback keeper and he takes it in for the touchdown. the comets won't be winless this season as they open things up with a 15-12 victory. 00:00:01hs football elsewhere on the grid iron timber lake rolled past faith 50-nothing. harding county took care of edgemont 54-nothing. the west river boys golf tournament was shortened to 9 holes because of rain. stevens claimed the top spot with spearfish second. sturgis' tice mcvay and stm's nick lust each fired 37's to tie for medalist honors. on the high school girls tennis court rapid city christian earned an 8-1 victory over rapid city christian. kota sports director>> the high school volleyball season cranks up next week. and over at the central high school the cobblers are determined to delvier a big season. central volleyball ready>> there isn't a lot of height on this year's central volleyball team. but head coach jeanne deming feels she has a strong group of hustlers. jeanne deming central volleyball coach>> coach deming "our strength is that the girls get along. they are good girls, they work hard and are scrappy. they are good hustlers. i don't think many balls will fall in on us." erin trohkimoinen central senior setter>> erin trohkimoinen "we've been playing a long time with each other. we have good hitters and a good libero. i think we have the right mix of people." coach deming feels one of the big keys for her players success this season is just believing that they can get the job done. coach deming "confidence, they need to believe that they are good volleyball players. we have a lot of things that we can still work on skill wise. but our big hearts will be a big asset. " the cobblers open the season with a pair of road matches against pierre and aberdeen central. and a strong start could make a big difference. coach deming "building confidence is going to be huge. we have some tough early games and then we go into the gillette tournament. as long as we get better every game that will help." erin trohkimoinen "it would be so fun to make it to state and do well at state. just the memories would last forever." mp>> ag>> coming up, shucking corn was never so much fun. local youngsters learn there is a ?kernel of truth in the phrase




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