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 By -deg    Opinion    December 6, 2023 

Fiddlin' Around

It’s certainly a busy time of the year for sports fans. They can still watch pro and colleges that are still in contention. But you can now see and hear the winter sports results in hockey, basketball and wrestling, to name a few sports. And there... Full story

 By -deg    Sports    December 6, 2023 

IHS Girls season began Tuesday

It is that time of the year, believe it or not. The Ipswich girls basketball team was indeed scheduled to host Sully Buttes on Tuesday, December 5 in a girls' only confrontation. The IHS girls have been busy preparing for their 2023-24 campaign....

 By -deg    Sports    December 6, 2023 

Thunder GBB season opens Dec. 8

The North Central girls' varsity basketball team has 11 players this season led by seniors Jenisa Jacobs and Katelyn Engelhart. They also feature one junior in the person of Sydney Bertsch. There are five sophmores: Lindsey Geier, Alaina Dosch, Ella...

 By -deg    Opinion    November 29, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

November is almost over, but not until our November 29 Tribune. Yes, this would be one of those rare five Wednesday months. Really rare because November is also one of those shorter 30-day months! But I hope that you guys had taken some time to be...

 By -deg    Opinion    November 22, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

Happy Thanksgiving! Yes let’s say that right now. Because I probably shouldn't mention all the shopping stuff that you could do the rest of the weekend. But enjoy all those great bargains that you will no doubt find. Meanwhile the Warner...

 By -deg    Opinion    November 15, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

The past weekends high school state football championships at the Dome indeed turned out to be quite interesting. Even if you aren't necessarily that much of a football fan! But two of our LRC members advanced to the Dome. One of them would be the...

 By -deg    Opinion    November 8, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

Three of the five teams that beat Ipswich in football this year are heading to the Dome in one division or another. The Tigers were first defeated by Faulkton and their head coach Ipswich grad Shayne Geditz. The Tigers were then defeated by unbeaten...

 By -deg    Sports    November 8, 2023

Thunders advance in first round of Regional

The North Central Thunder volleyball team fashioned a 3-2 Region 6A victory over Dupree last Monday in Dupree. The win advanced the Thunder to face Miller last Thursday in Miller for a bracket championship. Meanwhile versus Dupree the Thunders'...

 By -deg    Sports    November 8, 2023

Wolverines stop Tigers in Regional opener

Herreid -Selby Area fashioned a 3-0 high school Region 6B regional victory while hosting Ipswich last Monday. The individual set scores all in favor of the hosts were 25-14, 25-16 and 25-11. The Wolverines obtained 68 accurate serves that included a...

 By -deg    Opinion    November 1, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

We enjoyed watching the All-State Orchestra and Chorus in Rapid City Saturday evening on Public TV. It is challenging trying to pick out the Ipswich and Edmunds Central vocalists in the sea of faces. We actually have a shirttail relative from Rapid...

 By -deg    Sports    November 1, 2023

Tigers get win to end regular season

Ipswich split two recent varsity volleyball matches to finish their regular-season schedule. The Tigers lost a 3-0 home court outcome to Herreid/Selby Area last Monday, but won a closely contested...

 By -deg    Sports    November 1, 2023

Thunder girls end regular season

North Central dropped a pair of close high school volleyball matches last week to close out their regular-season schedule at 11-17. The Thunder indeed lost a 25-11, 25-13 and 25-20 decision to...

 By -deg    Opinion    October 25, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

It was a busy weekend and not just for sports. For one thing — congrats to the new Ipswich Snow Queens, Miss Ipswich Karlie Gohl and Junior Miss Ipswich Anna Nierman. And you can hear some loud noises from the area hunters and their dogs. We hear...

 By -deg    Sports    October 25, 2023

Howard Tigers come up on top

Ipswich was defeated 60-14 in a Class 9AA high school first-round football play off last Thursday in Howard. Ipswich would score the first TD of the night when it accepted a punt from Howard’s own territory to around the IHS 30. It was a 60-yard...

 By -deg    Sports    October 25, 2023

IHS volleyball battles Aberdeen Christian

Both teams played with a lot emotion and fire, but Aberdeen Christian would eventually stave off Ipswich 3-0 in a league high school volleyball match last Tuesday in Aberdeen. In a post-game interview with a South Dakota Sports Scene reporter...

 By -deg    Sports    October 25, 2023

Tigers get win at home last week

Ipswich claimed a league 3-1 girls high school volleyball win last Monday in the Tiger Den over Leola/Frederick Area. But the match was somewhat closer than the final score would indicate. The visitors would win their first set 25-23, but the hosts w...

 By -deg    Sports    October 25, 2023

NC Thunder volleyball 1-1 on the road

The NC Thunder volleyball girls were 1-1 in a pair of road appearances. They lost to powerful Warner 25-19, 25-4 and 25-7 on October 16 and bounced back to defeat Wakpala on October 17. Those scores were 25-16, 25-12 and 25-18. In the latter, the...

 By -deg    Sports    October 25, 2023

Two Tigers medal at State B

Ipswich placed two Cross Country Top 25 medalists among the Top 25 runners at the State B last Saturday in Sioux Falls. Madisyn Gellhaus placed 22nd in 20:54.11 for the IHS girls and senior Xavier...

 By -deg    Sports    October 25, 2023

Thunder Cross Country in Class A race in Sioux Falls

North Central sent several runners to the State A Cross Country State Meet last Saturday in Sioux Falls. Their top individual effort came in the boys' meet where Gabe Johnson was 44th in 17:33.72....

 By -deg    Sports    October 18, 2023

NC Boys Cross Country second at Region

With the Miller boys' cross country varsity scoring a winning 32 team points at last Wednesday's regional in Chamberlain, it became a race for second. And the North Central Thunder would accomplish...

 By -deg    Sports    October 18, 2023

Ipswich Cross Country sends four to State B in Sioux Falls

Ipswich attended its high school regional cross country meet last Wednesday in Webster. The Tiger girls would individually qualify three girls for the upcoming State B in Sioux Falls later this monh...

 By -deg    Sports    October 18, 2023

Lady Patriots stop Tigers

Ipswich came up short on the final score board in a high school volleyball match vs. Hitchcock-Tulare last Thursday in the Tiger Den. But there were some positives, especially in the third set, where...

 By -deg    Sports    October 18, 2023

Tigers battle in Mobridge

Ipswich traveled to Mobridge last Monday and would return with a straight-sets 3-0 loss. The IHS Tigers would indeed lose the Battle of the Big Cats 25-12, 25-8 and 25-16. Unofficially Ipswich would end up 32-44 in its net attack with eight kills,...

 By -deg    Opinion    October 11, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

We did barely manage to get up in time for the Gypsy Day parade Saturday in Aberdeen. It turned out that it would be fairly decent weather-wise as the day would progress. We caught most of the bands and there were some really impressive ones....

 By -deg    Sports    October 11, 2023

Tigers end regular football season with win

Ipswich won the battle of the Tigers last Friday in Ipswich to pick up a huge 49-18 Gala Day win over the Dupree Tigers. The IHS Tigers would rush for 293 yards and pass for 157 more yards with a bala...


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