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 By -deg    Opinion    January 25, 2023 

Fiddlin' Around

I refuse to believe this, but January is almost over. No matter what calendar, they all say the same. Yes, even the Chinese New Year is finally upon us, including their New Years Day that was actually on Sunday the 22nd. Of course we had to eat some...

 By -deg    Sports    January 25, 2023 

NC Thunder rains down on Tigers

There was a Lake Region Conference girls basketball showdown on Tuesday, January 17 in Ipswich and the visiting North Central Thunder would defeat the hometown Tiger girls 44-20. The visiting Thunder...

 By -deg    Sports    January 25, 2023 

Tigers drop LRC outcome on road

Ipswich sustained a Lake Region Conference 45-31 girls' high school basketball loss at Faulkton last Thursday, Jan. 19. The hosts would manufacture a 15-4 lead at the first-quarter ending that the Tigers weren't quite able to totally overcome the...

 By -deg    Sports    January 25, 2023 

Tigers stopped by Vikings

Ipswich dropped a 45-30 girls high school basketball outcome to James Valley Christian in Huron last Saturday. It was part of a twinbill along with the IHS boys vs. their JVC counterparts. The Tiger girls fell behind 17-4 in the opening quarter but...

 By -deg    Sports    January 25, 2023 

Boys win LRC clash at home

Ipswich obtained a 59-21 Lake Region Conference boys high school basketball win over the North Central Thunder on Tuesday, January 17 in the Tiger Den. Ipswich had led from the opening tip-off to the...

 By -deg    Sports    January 25, 2023 

Tigers defeat rival Trojans at home

The Ipswich boys hosted Faulkton on January 20 in Ipswich and earned a 54-30 Lake Region Conference victory. The visitors were able to obtain a 11-10 first-quarter lead, but the Tigers would sprint out to a more comfortable 21-16 haltime lead of...

 By -deg    Sports    January 25, 2023 

Boys lose close battle at James Valley Christian

Ipswich lost a boys high school basketball outing to James Valley Christian in Huron Saturday, Jan. 21. The final score was 57-52 with the host team on top. This was a hard-fought affair with two well-matched teams going at it. Ipswich would lead...

 By -deg    Opinion    January 18, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

It won't be too long and the Famous Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil will be making his annual appearance. And I'm betting he will be emerging from his underground burrow again this year. And quite possibly it might be still covered with snow in that...

 By -deg    Sports    January 18, 2023

Boys stop Chargers

Ipswich hosted Sully Buttes in a boys' high school non-conference confrontation on Tuesday, January 10 and came away with a relatively easy 63-46 victory especially during the second half. It took that long for the visitors to hang around, trailing...

 By -deg    Sports    January 18, 2023

Tiger boys get wins on the road

The Ipswich boys basketball team made a pair of road trips into eastern S.D. and returned with two more wins. They indeed defeated Wilmot 56-33 on Friday and topped Webster there 59-50 on Saturday. In that outing the hosts would hang around and make...

 By -deg    Sports    January 18, 2023

Battle of the big cats

A relatively young but talented Northwestern girls basketball team topped Ipswich 58-38 in a Lake Region Conference showdown last Thursday, Jan. 12 in Ipswich. The visitors would indeed lead at each...

 By -deg    Sports    January 18, 2023

Webster tops Tiger girls

Ipswich lost a 46-28 girls basketball outing last Saturday, Jan. 14 in Webster. The hosts would lead 17-6 after a quarter and 25-14 at the half. They led 40-24 with a quarter to play. They were led by Harley Johnson’s 12 points and six more...

 By -deg    Opinion    January 11, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

We are quickly approaching mid-January, believe it or not! And that means that a federal Monday holiday will be observed on January 16 — Martin Luther King Jr. Day. And there are plenty of sports events remaining in January. And probably even more...

 By -deg    Sports    January 11, 2023

Monarchs top Tigers at home

Warner won a 63-30 Lake Region Conference girls varsity basketball decision over Ipswich last Thursday in the Tiger Den. The visiting team established a 13-8 first-quarter lead after opening the conte...

 By -deg    Sports    January 11, 2023

Tigers 1-1 in last week's action

In contrast to a narrow Lake Region Conference boys varsity basketball loss at Northwestern earlier in the week the IHS boys would dominate the final quarter thus ensuring a 59-48 win over arch rival...

 By -deg    Opinion    January 4, 2023

Fiddlin' Around

Can you believe it the holiday season is done and we are actually in a new year, so happy new year. I once had a landlady that would always say "I would like to be the first person to wish you a Happy New Year." The only problem with that was that...

 By -deg    Sports    January 4, 2023

IHS boys play at Sacred Hoops Classic

Ipswich raced out to a 67-20 boys' varsity win over McIntosh in a battle of the Tigers last Friday during the Sacred Hoops contest at the Srode Center in Aberdeen. It was a huge win for new head coach Stewart Bohle because it was his 200th career...

 By -deg    Sports    January 4, 2023

IHS girls play at Sacred Hoops Classic

Potter County remained undefeated at this juncture of the girls high school basketball season with a non-conference 61-43 non-confer- ence win over Ipswich in the Sacred Hoops Classic last Friday at the Strode Center in Aberdeen. But Gabby Wald...

 By -deg    Opinion    December 28, 2022

Fiddlin' Around

You all know what time it is. Yes, you still have time to make your New Year’s resolutions. And the #1 resolution, hopefully, will not be a New Year Revolution or worse yet a civil war that would threaten our nation’s experiment in democracy. We...

 By -deg    Sports    December 28, 2022

Tigers get overtime win on the road with last second shot

Ipswich's girls basketball varsity team got an early present from Santa with a 48-46 OT victory on the road to face Waubay-Summit on December 20. Ipswich would outscore its hosts 4-2 in the extra...

 By -deg    Opinion    December 21, 2022

Fiddlin' Around

This column is very often about the weather or sports and this one for obviously reasons will be about both, the weather and the sports (and other extra-curricular events) that had to be postponed (or possibly even cancelled) due to last week’s...

 By -deg    Opinion    December 14, 2022

Fiddlin' Around

Santa came early this year and it's a good thing he did for obvious reasons. What was his gift, you ask? It was for the North Central Thunder basketball program in the form of a girls/boys varsity sweep of McIntosh on the road over the weekend....

 By -deg    Sports    December 14, 2022

Tigers girls open season, girls and boys to play in Webster

The Ipswich girls lost a pair of opening-week non-conference basketball decisions last week, one on the road at Sully Buttes last Tuesday and the other at home in the Tiger Den on Saturday afternoon....

 By -deg    Opinion    December 7, 2022

Fiddlin' Around

The weather was mild last Sunday for this time of the year, allowing a huge turnout at an Aberdeen Holiday Concert at the Johnson Fine Arts Center. The Medora N.D. summer musical cast were the performers. And they had been in Ipswich with their...

 By -deg    Sports    December 7, 2022

IHS Girls basketball action began Tuesday

Ipswich opened its 2022-23 girls' high school basketball campaign on Tuesday, Dec. 6 on the road vs. Sully Buttes. Details of that non-conference game weren't available as of our newspaper deadline. The Tiger girls would only win six varsity games...


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