THOUGHT FOR TODAY
If you are lucky enough to get old, you should celebrate it!
PIERRE GOVERNORS SPORTS ROUNDUP
This week’s schedules:
Cross country: at Rapid City Central invitational, 1 p.m.
Football: home vs. Watertown, 7 p.m.
Cheer/dance: at Rapid City Stevens invitational, 11 a.m.
Girls soccer: home vs. Sioux Falls Jefferson, 1 p.m.
Boys soccer: home vs. Sioux Falls Jefferson, 3 p.m.
Boys golf: at ESD conference meet, Yankton, 10 a.m.
Girls tennis: home for ESD conference meet, 2 p.m.
Girls tennis: home for ESD conference meet, 8 a.m.
Girls soccer: home vs. Huron, 4 p.m.
Cheer/dance: at Sioux Falls O’Gorman invitational, 5 p.m.
Boys soccer: home vs. Huron, 6 p.m.
Volleyball: at Rapid City Christian, 7 p.m.
Football: In a battle of two 3-0 teams, Pierre won at Yankton, 27-14, to stay unbeaten at 4-0. The Governor defense held the Bucks’ ground game to an unbelievable 26 yards in the game and to only three rushing yards in the entire second half. Down 7-0 at halftime, Pierre got even when Trey Lewis’ 33-yard run set up the offense, and Cade Kaiser ran 28 yards for a score on a 4th-and-16 play. Jett Zabel’s 1-yard run was the next Pierre score. Then Lewis went 18 yards to put the Govs in the lead at 20-14. George Stalley’s 66-yard touchdown reception was the clincher.
Volleyball: Pierre’s record in duals is now 7-2 after a 3-2 win over Sioux Falls Lincoln. The Governor girls won the first two games 25-22 and 25-17, then Lincoln won the next two by 9-25 and 17-25. In the deciding fifth game Pierre prevailed 15-7. Abigail Kropp had 13 kills and Campbell Boddicker 10 kills. Makayla Sherwood had six crucial blocked shots.
Boys soccer: The Governors won once and tied twice in the past week. After a 2-2 deadlock with Brookings, the boys defeated Mitchell, 4-2, as Jacoby LaRoche and Caleb Morris each scored two goals and Haley Fabel in goal made 10 saves. On Tuesday Pierre tied a strong Yankton team, 0-0, as Fabel worked his second shutout of the season as goalkeeper. It was the first game this fall in which the Govs did not score at least one goal. Pierre’s record is now 3-4-3.
Boys golf: At Mitchell’s invitational the Govs finished third with a 300 team score, only five shots behind winning Harrisburg. Nick Bothun tied for second place individually with a 71, Jack Bartlett tied for seventh at 74, and Luke Olson tied for eighth with a 77. Sawyer Sonnenschein and Lincoln Houska carded 78s, and Charlie Simpson had an 87. At Watertown’s meet the boys finished second, three strokes behind winning Watertown. Pierre’s team score was 7 over par. Bothun and Sonnenschein tied for first place with 1-under-par 71s. Olson was 11th at 4 over, and Houska tied for 12th at 5 over. Bartlett was 8 over par and Simpson 17 over.
Cheer/dance: At Huron’s meet the girls placed fifth overall with a 245.75 score. Pierre was fourth in pom at 251 and fifth in hip hop at 240.5.
Girls soccer: Pierre posted shutouts in two wins in three games this past week. In a 4-0 win over Brookings, Natalie Flottmeyer scored twice and Katie Hostler and Aly Hutchinson once each. Ryann Barry assisted on all for Governor goals. Emlyn Swanson made five saves in goal. Pierre lost to Mitchell, 5-0. On Tuesday the girls dominated Yankton, 6-0, as Bria Sargent and Flottmeyer each scored twice and Devyn Van Roekel and Lexie Hillmer once each. Swanson recorded her sixth shutout of the season as goalkeeper. Pierre’s record is 6-3-1.
ZESTO SHERBET SCHEDULE
Friday-Sunday: black cherry.
STANLEY COUNTY BUFFALOES SPORTS ROUNDUP
Football: The Buffaloes came close to keeping their perfect season going but in the end lost at home to Bon Homme, 28-22. SCHS was down 21-0 in the fourth quarter. Broch Zeeb’s touchdown pass to Barrett Schweitzer cut the deficit to 21-6. Bon Homme answered with a score, then Zeeb ran in a touchdown from two yards out and got the two-point conversion, and the score was 28-14. Paxton Deal’s 49-yard TD run and another two-point PAT brought the Buffs to within 28-22. However, an onsides kick attempt failed, Bon Homme covering the ball and running out the clock. SCHS is now 3-1.
This week’s schedules:
Volleyball: at Potter County.
Cross country: at Rapid City Central invitational, 1 p.m.
Football: at White River, 7 p.m.
Volleyball: at Crow Creek.
Volleyball: At the Big Dakota Conference tournament at Parkview Gym, the Buffalo girls won three 2-0 matches—over Todd County by 25-15, 25-22; over McLaughlin by 25-11, 25-18, and over Chamberlain by 25-15, 25-18. SCHS lost to Winner, 2-0, on game scores of 17-25, 21-25.
SULLY BUTTES CHARGERS SPORTS ROUNDUP
Football: The Chargers were tied with Colome at halftime, 14-14, but stormed out in the second half to win by 38-14 and are now 2-3. In the first half Wesle Wittler passed to Atticus Miles for a 49-yard TD and to Gavin Colson for a 29-yard touchdown. Breaking the tie were Wittler’s TD runs of 37 and 28 yards and Gavin Barber’s touchdown runs of 63 and 15 yards.
This week’s schedules:
Volleyball: at Sunshine Bible, 6:30 p.m.
Football: at Selby vs. Herreid-Selby Area, 7 p.m.
Volleyball: at CSDC tournament, Faulkton, 10 a.m.
Cross country: at Miller invitational.
Volleyball: home vs. Potter County.
Volleyball: The Chargers won a tight one over Lyman, 3-2, on game scores of 25-23, 17-25, 22-25, 25-24, 15-10. On Tuesday the girls lost to North Central, 3-1, on game scores of 25-16, 23-25, 17-25, 16-25. Payge Bakker had nine kills and Trichelle White seven kills n the latter match. SB’s record is 7-6.
ONE YEAR AGO IN THE MIDWEEK UPDATE
Sept. 22, 2023: Hudson Allen and Autumn Iverson were crowned at the Riggs High homecoming coronation.
Denver Broncos: The Broncos led at one point by 21-3, but the game changed in an instant when a Denver player was ejected for targeting. After that it was all Washington as the Commanders won, 35-33. Bronco quarterback Russell Wilson threw a desperation “Hail, Mary” pass into the end zone on the final play of the game, and it was caught, but Denver then failed on a two-point conversion that would have forced overtime. Now 0-2, Denver goes to Miami (2-0) at noon Sunday on CBS.
Minnesota Vikings: In a game that was more one-sided than the final score indicates, the Vikings lost at Philadelphia 34-28, Now 0-2, Minnesota hosts the Los Angeles Chargers (0-2) Sunday at noon on Fox.
Class 11AA update:
— Overall records: Pierre 4-0, Yankton 3-1, Tea Area 3-1, Watertown 3-1, Spearfish 3-1, Sturgis 2-2, Aberdeen Central 2-2, Huron 2-2, Douglas 1-3, Mitchell 0-4, Brookings 0-4.
— This week’s games: Watertown at Pierre, Douglas at Brookings, Yankton at Tea Area, Belle Fourche at Spearfish, St. Thomas More at Sturgis, Mitchell at Sioux Falls Jefferson, Huron at Aberdeen Central.
NFL games live on local TV this weekend:
— Thursday: New York Giants at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m., Prime Video.
— Sunday: Los Angeles Chargers at Minnesota, noon, Fox.
— Sunday: Denver at Miami, noon, CBS.
— Sunday: Chicago at Kansas City, 3:25 p.m., Fox.
— Sunday: Pittsburgh at Las Vegas, 7:20 p.m., NBC.
— Monday: Philadelphia at Tampa Bay, 6:15 p.m., ABC, ESPN+.
— Monday: Los Angeles Rams at Cincinnati, 7:15 p.m., ESPN.
Midco Sports Network live games this week:
— Thursday: women’s soccer, UND vs. Omaha, 3 p.m.
— Friday: football, Mitchell vs. Sioux Falls Jefferson, 5 p.m.
— Friday: football, Sioux Falls Lincoln vs. Sioux Falls O’Gorman, 8 p.m.
— Saturday: football, Augustana vs. Minnesota State-Moorhead, 1 p.m.
— Sunday: women’s soccer, UND vs. Kansas City, 1 p.m.
WORDS OF WISDOM
“Make this the time that you realize your time is precious and should be bestowed only on those who bring you comfort, positivity, support, love or joy. Remember you are the main act, not a warmup, and this is no dress rehearsal. This is it. The curtain is well and truly up. Shine on!”
— Donna Ashworth
Minnesota Twins: The Twins have failed to let their grip on the A.L. Central Division fade away in the past week, winning five of seven games and stretching their lead over Cleveland to as many as eight games. Minnesota took three of four from the Chicago White Sox and two of three from Cincinnati, all on the road. The Twins are now home for six games, then have three on the road at Colorado a week from now to finish the regular season, but it is certain the Twins will clinch the division title on their home field, most likely this weekend.
— Twins schedule:
Friday Los Angeles Angels, 7:10 p.m. (BSN).
Saturday: Los Angeles Angels, 1:10 p.m. (BSN).
Sunday: Los Angeles Angels, 1:10 p.m. (BSN).
Tuesday: Oakland, 6:40 p.m. (BSN).
Wednesday: Oakland, 6:40 p.m. (BSN).
Thursday: Oakland, 12:10 p.m. (BSN, MLBN).
Minnesota Lynx: In the WNBA playoff quarterfinals the Lynx lost to Connecticut, 90-60, in Game #1; won in Game #2, 82-75, but last night lost in the deciding third game, 90-75, ending the Lynx season.
Minnesota United FC: The Loons lost to Sporting Kansas City, 1-0. Minnesota played Los Angeles last night and goes to St. Louis Saturday.
Minnesota Wild: Hockey season is here. The Wild will have four preseason games, including Sunday at Colorado and Tuesday at Dallas.
COLLEGE SPORTS ROUNDUP
Grand View men’s soccer (Rylan Derry): Grand View lost to Benedictine (Kan.), 2-1. Now 5-2, the team played Mount Mercy last night and goes to Park (Mo.) Saturday.
University of Sioux Falls football (Jack Merkwan, Christian Busch, Jayden Wiebe): The Cougars lost to Minnesota-Duluth, 42-34. Now 1-2 USF hosts Minot State at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Northwestern (Iowa) football (Morris Hofer): The Red Raiders rolled Doane, 51-7, to stay unbeaten at 3-0. Morris had one assisted tackle for a loss of two yards and intercepted a pass, returning it 31 yards. He was named Raider Male Athlete of the Week at Northwestern for his game against Doane. Northwestern plays Mount Marty in Yankton Saturday night.
North Dakota State football (Grey Zabel): NDSU, for whom Grey starts on the offensive line, defeated Central Arkansas, 49-31. Now 3-0, the Bison have a week off until hosting USD on Sept. 30 at 1 p.m.
Augustana football (Jett Lamb, Colton Hartford): The Vikings are still unbeaten at 3-0 after defeating Concordia-St. Paul, 24-16. Jett had two assisted tackles, and Colton assisted on one tackle. Augie hosts Minnesota State-Moorhead at 1 p.m. Saturday on Midco Sports Network.
Dakota Wesleyan football (Evan Nordstrom): The Tigers nipped Midland in GPAC play, 33-32, scoring the winning touchdown on homecoming with 1:22 left. Now 3-1, DWU plays at Concordia (Neb.) at 1 p.m. Saturday.
South Dakota State cross country (Jessica Lutmer): The Jacks were idle last week. They run Friday at Minnesota’s Roy Griak Invitational.
Ohio State football (Lincoln Kienholz): The Buckeyes finished their non-conference schedule with a 63-10 win over Western Kentucky. Now 3-0, Ohio State plays at Notre Dame at 6:30 p.m. Saturday on NBC.
Gallaudet football (Kyle Albertson): Gallaudet, for whom Kyle is a starter at left tackle on offense, lost to University of New England, 31-10. Now 0-3 Gallaudet is off until a Sept. 30 game at Nichols (Mass.).
Dakota State football (Nathan Cook, Collin Brueggeman): The Trojans are 0-4 after a 14-6 NSAA loss to Valley City State. Nathan had two pass receptions, one for 16 yards and one for five yards. Collin had two solo tackles and six assisted tackles for a total of eight. DSU goes up to Mayville State for a 3 p.m. kickoff Saturday.
Black HIlls State football (Josh Breske): The Yellowjackets whipped Chadron State in RMAC play, 55-19. Now 2-1, BHSU plays at Colorado-Mesa in Grand Junction at 1 p.m. Saturday.
South Dakota women’s soccer (Janaina Zanin): The Coyotes defeated Drake, 2-1, and beat Lindenwood, 1-0. Janaina was a starting midfielder for USD in both games, playing 74 and 82 minutes, respectively. Now 4-2-3, USD is home vs. St. Thomas tonight and SDSU Sunday.
Minnesota State-Mankato women’s soccer (Mackenzie Rath): The Mavericks won a pair of 1-0 games over Augustana and Concordia-St. Paul. Mackenzie was in goal for all 90 minutes in both games, recording six saves vs. Augie and five saves against CSP. Now 4-1-1, Minnesota State goes west to Mary Friday and to Minot State Sunday.
FOOTBALL CONTEST #6
Last week too many of our contestants picked Arkansas over BYU, the Broncos over Washington, the Lions over Seattle and the Bengals over Baltimore. Bad choices! But Beth Rinehart and Eric James still came up with 8-2 records for 10 points each. At 7-3 for nine points each were David Ludwig, Randy Pool, Terry Tousley and Brad Cruse. At 6-4 for eight points apiece were Kyle Richards, Mikal Kern, Levi Neuharth, Nathan Vetter, Dawn Magee and Thomas Voeltz.
This week’s games (send your 10 winners to email@example.com by Saturday morning):
(1) Colorado at Oregon.
(2) Iowa at Penn State.
(3) Florida State at Clemson.
(4) Ohio State at Notre Dame.
(5) Louisiana Tech at Nebraska.
(6) UCLA at Utah.
(7) NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Minnesota.
(8) NFL: New Orleans at Green Bay.
(9) NFL: New England at New York Jets.
(10) NFL: Denver at Miami.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“A very large portion of my party really doesn’t believe in the Constitution.”
— U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney
OTHER COLLEGE FOOTBALL UPDATE
— Northern (1-2): Defeated Mary, 41-10.
Next: Saturday at Winona State, 1 p.m.
— South Dakota State (3-0): Defeated Drake, 70-7.
Next: Sept. 30 home vs. UND, 2 p.m.
— South Dakota (2-1): Defeated Lamar, 35-6.
Net: Sept. 30 at NDSU, 1 p.m.
— Mount Marty (2-2): Lost to Morningside, 47-17.
Next: Saturday home vs. Northwestern (Iowa) 7 p.m.
— South Dakota Mines (1-2): Lost to Colorado-Mesa, 38-30.
Net: Saturday at New Mexico Highlands, noon.
— North Dakota (2-1): Lost to Boise State, 42-18.
Next: Sept. 30 at SDSU, 2 p.m.
— Minnesota (2-1): Lost to North Carolina, 31-13.
Next: Saturday at Northwestern, 6:30 p.m., Big 10 Network.
— Nebraska (1-2): Defeated Northern Illinois, 35-11.
Next: Saturday home vs. Louisiana Tech, 2:30 p.m., Big 10 Network.
FOOTBALL COACHES UPDATE
— Justin Briese, Aberdeen Central: The Eagles won at Mitchell, 21-6, and are now 2-2. Aberdeen is home Friday vs. Huron.
— Ben Kramer, Hot Springs: The Bison destroyed long-time nemesis St. Thomas More, 31-7. Now 4-1, Hot Springs hosts Lead/Deadwood for homecoming this week.
— Mikal Kern, Wyndmere-Lidgerwood (N.D.): In a battle of unbeatens, W-L lost to Sargent County, 43-6. The team plays at Enderlin (0-4) this Friday.
— Scott Raue, Harvey/Wells County (N.D.): Scott’s team defeated Park River Area, 35-18. Now 4-1, Harvey/Wells County plays at Grafton (2-3) this Friday.
1 day: Riggs High homecoming day (Sept. 22).
1 day: South Dakota Festival of Books, Deadwood (Sept. 22-24).
2 days: Viking Day at Augustana (Sept. 23).
3 days: Minnesota Wild preseason opener (Sept. 24).
6 days: Riggs High band at Aberdeen marching festival (Sept. 27).
7 days: Custer State Park buffalo roundup/arts festival (Sept. 28-30).
8 days: Riggs High band at Platte-Geddes marching festival (Sept. 29).
9 days: Cougar Day at USF (Sept. 30).
9 days: Homecoming at NDSU (Sept. 30).
9 days: Homecoming at Nebraska (Sept. 30).
9 days: Homecoming at Minnesota (Sept. 30).
11 days: State ‘AA’ boys golf tournament, Brandon (Oct. 2-3).
11 days: State girls tennis tournament, Sioux Falls (Oct. 2-3).
15 days: Riggs High band at Menno marching festival (Oct. 6).
16 days: Horse races, Fort Pierre (Oct. 7-8).
16 days: Augustana men’s hockey season openers (Oct. 7-8).
16 days: Homecoming at UND (Oct. 7).
16 days: Dakota Day at USD (Oct. 7).
16 days: Gypsy Day at Northern (Oct. 7).
16 days: Swarm Day at Black Hills State (Oct. 7).
16 days: Homecoming at Northwestern (Iowa) (Oct. 7).
18 days: Native American Day (Oct. 9).
21 days: Minnesota Wild season opener (Oct. 12).
22 days: Riggs High band at Groton marching festival (Oct. 13).
23 days: Hobo Day at SDSU (Oct. 14).
23 days: Riggs High band at Yankton marching festival (Oct. 14).
PARKER’S PERSONAL NOTES
- Down at the bottom of this Midweek Update you will find dates of performances of all of the theater groups we could think of, starting with our own Pierre Players and spreading across the state. I have seen with my own eyes that some of you in this area travel far to see concerts and plays, so here down below is a list of the plays we know about.
Thursday, September 21:
Lance Fravel, Willie Welch, Terry Hofer, Jason Noyes, John Potts, Knox Hollingsworth, Alex Smith, Carl Eichstadt, Max Fretta, Abbie Waitman, Kim (Kindle) Nachreiner, Ken Barber, Patty Hofer, Arlene Krueger, Mark Wixon, Jessie (Stewart) McEntaffer.
— 7th anniversary, Jacob/Katie Parsons.
— 10th anniversary, Sid/Bethany Intorn.
— 10th anniversary, Kyle/Loryn (Schuetzle) Lichty.
— 4th anniversary, Casey/Annie (Schaefer) Buechler.
Friday, September 22:
Rob Dvorak, James Sivage, Bridgette Wernke, Paige (Wilbur) Bock, Troy Rus, Connie Pierce, Charlie Maurice, Krista (Lovald) Miller, Aimee (Vogel) Van Houten.
— 11th anniversary, Zach/Ellie Word.
Saturday, September 23:
Dick Howard, Mike Boring, Brett Durick, Travis Tipton, Clay Cudmore, Nora Mangan, Nate Grueb, Jeremy Engbrecht, Kim Sutton, Matthew Kenyon, Autumn Tipton, Justin Garrigan.
— 34th anniversary, Mark/Beth Dutt.
— 12th anniversary, Ross/Andrea Wright.
— 18th anniversary, Brett/Julie Oakland.
— 6th anniversary, Dayton/Rylae (Wientjes) Jensen.
— 6th anniversary, Cooper/Candace (Volmer) Waln.
Sunday, September 24:
Lindsey (Tllberg) Jennewein, Emmett Becker, Mary Lynne Swanstrom, Jessi (Huber) Herrscher, Bridger Tobin, Ryan Olson, Alicia (Ripley) Schoenhard, Tabitha Smith, Kirion Vogel, Nicole Smith, Kolten Haag, Blake Paxton, Kolten Withers.
— 17th anniversary, Adam/Shawna (Miller) Lizotte.
— 40th anniversary, Jeff/Staci Holden.
— 12th anniversary, Justin/Kelly (Kindle) Hipple.
— 7th anniversary, Jalen/Tiera (Feller) Lamb.
— 7th anniversary, Miles/Shelby (Stadel) Schock.
— 1st anniversary, Jake/Taylor (Hyde) McLennan.
Monday, September 25:
Sara Rankin, Charlene Lower, Renee Rodgers, Brett Prue, Matt Geraets, Isaac Hall, Corwyn Mosiman, Kay Huxford, Penny Ripperger.
— 2nd anniversary Nick/Natalie (Nagle) Jung.
— 41st anniversary, Alan/Paula Hrdlicka.
— 47th anniversary, Dale/Eileen Bertsch.
— 13th anniversary, Mark/Haley (Larson) Lunders.
— 19th anniversary, Jason/Jessica (Williams) West.
— 19th anniversary, Brandt/Rebecca Becker.
Tuesday, September 26:
Stephanie Snow, Kim (Hipple) Hastings, Josh Williams, John Storsteen, Mikayla Hight, Marty Calkins, Calyn (Cronin) Hauck, Trudy Feigum, Helen Sutera, Michele Hoss.
— 14th anniversary, Michael/Kallee (Hewlett) Rydland.
— 20th anniversary, Joshua/Cheri (Olinger) Raymond.
— 58th anniversary, Tim/Janie Cass.
— 8th anniversary, Clay/Angie (Beintema) Pearson.
— 14th anniversary, Nathan/Sara (Dvorak) Becker.
Wednesday, September 27:
Robert Sowers, Mark Mitchell, Quanna (Boyles) Hager, Nicole Stasch, John Williams, Gill Hedman, Cheryl Seefeldt, Barb Nielsen, Ken Erlenbusch, Mollee (Hewlett) Madden, Ryan Ogan, Kevin Hipple Remington Uecker, Kevin Colestock, Kendra (Lamb) Macke, Hazel Thier.
— 26th anniversary, Brian/Jami Oakland.
— 15th anniversary, Tyson/Crystal (Boehmer) Lindekugel.
— We fondly remember Ken Melius on his birthday.
Thursday, September 28:
Dr. Pat Hermanson, Matt Mullaney, Tom Byrum, Mark Nielsen, Kim Otterness, Amy (Swenson) Einspahr, Erin (Titze) Herr, Sophie Hackett, Cody Hostler.
— 10th anniversary, Matthew/Ashley (Heikes) Rigge.
— 21st anniversary, Ron/Mary (Burtts) Wire.
— 11th anniversary, Matthew/Darby (Warne) Boyd.
— Anniversary, Allen/Jennifer (Maberry) Langfeldt.
NEWS OF PEOPLE AND EVENTS
The final performances of Pierre Players’ “Inconsequential Dreams” will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Grand Opera House. Call 224-7826 for ticket information and reservations.
A celebration of the life of Lloyd Kannegieter will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, at Oahe Presbyterian Church. Lloyd died May 23 at the age of 91.
An open house celebrating the 80th birthday of Cecil Currier will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Phoenix Center in Onida.
At the Spearfish Canyon Golf Club’s club championship tournament, the ladies’ open division was won by Alison Kennedy with a score of 71. She is the daughter of Pierre native Scott Kennedy and his wife, Dawn.
Matthew Coverdale and Aleise Christopherson were crowned to reign over Riggs High’s homecoming this week. The coronation ceremony and the burning of the letters took place Monday night. The other royalty members are Miles Doyle, Cade Kaiser, Levi Letellier, Jarron Beck, Ryann Barry, Gracie Bowman, Ava Doyle and Reese Terwilliger.
Gator’s Pizza, a fixture at the Northridge Plaza mall (formerly known as the Pierre Mall), will go out of business at that site in mid-October. Bruce Kessler, the owner of the business, told KCCR Radio in an interview that it will be difficult for him to find another location to reopen the business. Kessler first worked at Gator’s as a teen-ager before buying the business a couple decades later.
Katherine “Katie” Cox, 84, died at Avera St. Mary’s Hospital Sept. 14. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Wednesday at Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. She grew up in Williston, N.D., then earned a nursing degree at Mount Marty College. She and Ken Cox were married in 1960. After moving to Pierre, Katie worked at St. Mary’s Hospital in the post-surgical unit for more than 20 years. She is survived by her husband, Ken Cox; her children, Coleen (Todd) Whitlock of Wakefield, Kan., Mike Cox of Reno, Nev., and Lisa (Daryl) Schofield of Castlewood; her sister, Joyce Montgomery of Fargo; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Among those preceding her in death were her parents; her sister, Judy Arcand; her brother, Richard Arcand, and her daughter, Michelle.
The Huron Tigers boys basketball team of 1973, which won the state “A” championship, was inducted into the Huron High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Legendary Pierre coach Bob Judson was head coach of that Tigers team, and Agar native Merv Bouchie was assistant coach.
“It was miraculous. It was almost no trick at all, he saw, to turn vice into virtue and slander into truth, impotence into abstinence, arrogance into humility, blasphemy into wisdom, brutality into patriotism, and sadism into justice. Anybody could do it. It required no brains at all. It merely required no character.”
— Joseph Heller, author of “Catch 22,” in 1961.
SOUTH DAKOTA THEATER ROUNDUP
* Sept. 21-23: “Inconsequential Dreams.”
* Nov. 10-12, 16-18: “All Is Calm.”
BLACK HILLS COMMUNITY THEATRE, Rapid City
* Sept. 22-Oct. 1: “The Addams Family.”
* Nov. 3-19: “The Revolutionists.”
* Jan 26-Feb. 11: “One Man, Two Guvnors.”
* March 15-24: “Fiddler on the Roof.”
* May 3-19: “Alabama Story.”
CATALYST THEATER COMPANY, Rapid City
* Oct. 6-28: “Airness.”
* Dec. 1-16: “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley.”
* Feb. 9-March 2: “Ride the Cyclone (Musical).”
* March 29-April 20: “Becky’s New Car.”
* March 17-June 8: “Indecent.”
SERAPHIM THEATRICAL ENTERTAINMENT, Rapid City
* Sept. 21-23: “Flanagan’s Wall.”
* Nov. 2-4: “Dracula.”
* Dec. 15-20: “A Christmas Carol.”
* Dec. 31: “New Year’s Gala.”
* March 7-9, 14-16: “Anne of Green Gables.”
* May 9-11, 16-18: “Godspell.”
ABERDEEN COMMUNITY THEATRE
* Sept. 27-29, Oct. 2-8: “Murder at Cafe Noir.”
* Nov. 15-19: “A Hollimark Christmas for Beth.”
THE PREMIER PLAYHOUSE, Sioux Falls
Sept. 28-Oct. 8: “The LIttle Mermaid.”
Dec. 15-23: “A Christmas Carol.”
Feb. 15-18: “The Premier Premieres.”
April 11-21: “Oklahoma!”
June 13-23: “Hair”
USD THEATRE, Vermillion
Sept. 28-Oct. 1: “As You Like It.”
Oct. 19-22: “Ada and the Engine.”
Nov. 17-19, Nov. 30-Dec. 5: “Ride the Cyclone.”
Feb. 23-24: “Misdemeanor Dream.”
March 22-24: Ron L. Moyer One-Acts.
April 10-21: “Bat Boy: The Musical.”
AUGUSTANA THEATER, Sioux Falls
Oct. 5-8: “Betrayal.:
Oct. 12-15: “Dracula.”
Nov. 16-19: “Nine.”
April 25-28: “Private Lives.”
May 9-12: “Our Country’s Good.”
SDSU THEATRE, Brookings
Sept. 29: Music and Dance at the Gardens.
Oct. 19-22: “Newsies.”
Nov. 3: Senior Dance Showcase.
Nov. 16-19: Festival of New Plays.
Dec. 1-3: “A Christmas Celebration.”
Feb. 22-25: “The Escape Thingy.”
March 22-24: Spring Dance Concert: Vantage Points.
April 18-21: “James and the Giant Peach.”
MITCHELL AREA COMMUNITY THEATRE
Oct. 6-15: “On Golden Pond.”
Dec. 8-10, 15-17: “Coney Island Christmas.”
Dec. 19: Shaun Johnson Holly Jolly Holiday Tour.
March 1-3, 8-10: “Unnecessary Farce.”
May 10-12, 17-19: “Gilligan’s Island: The Musical.”
THE MONUMENT BROADWAY SERIES, Rapid City
Oct. 27: “Jersey Boys.”
Dec. 9: “Wizard of Oz.”
Feb. 9: “Rent.”
June 2: “CInderella.”
WASHINGTON PAVILION BROADWAY SERIES, Sioux Falls
Sept. 26-Oct. 1: “Beetlejuice.”
Nov. 28-Dec. 3: “Aladdin.”
Jan. 12-14: “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Feb. 16-17: “Pretty Woman: The Musical.”
March 29-30: “Jesus Christ, Superstar.”
April 15-17: “Mean Girls: The Musical.”
April 30-May 1: “Annie.”