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 By -deg    Sports    September 15, 2021 

Netters get road win at SB

Ipswich edged Sully Buttes 3-1 in non-conference high school varsity volleyball action at Sully Buttes last Tuesday. The match opened with 25-17 victory for Ipswich that was capped by a set-point service error on Sully Buttes. But the hosts quickly...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    September 15, 2021 

Fiddlin' Around

TWINS WIN! Baseball news? No Homecoming! It’s homecoming week in both schools — Ipswich and Edmunds Central. And both had twins in their royalty candidates. Claire and Emma Beyers, Edmunds Central seniors, and Holly and Kirsten Anderson, Ipswich...

 
 By -deg    Sports    September 15, 2021 

Tigers stop Northwestern, 48-0

Ipswich manfactured a 48-0 varsity football win over Northwestern last Friday in Mellette. It was a LRC league showdown. The Tigers will have another league clash this Friday in Ipswich. The Tigers will meet Warner in the Gala Day game at 7 p.m....

 
 By -deg    Sports    September 15, 2021 

Netters earn home court win over SBA

Ipswich won the Battle of Highway 45 in non-conference high school girls' volleyball action in the Tiger Den last Thursday. How's that? The Tigers topped Sunshine Bible Academy, located south of...

 
 By -deg    Sports    September 8, 2021

Ipswich wins the battle of the Tigers

Ipswich defeated Groton Area 3-1 in a high school volleyball battle of the Big Cats last Friday in Ipswich. Yes, Ipswich indeed rose to the occasion against a Class A opponent, always nice when it...

 
 By -deg    Sports    September 8, 2021

Tigers stop Waubay/Summit at home

You could say that Ipswich won the Battle of Highway 12 in high school volleyball outcomes last week in the Tiger Den. That's because Ipswich defeated Groton Area earlier in the week and then topped that with a 3-0 sweep of Waubay/Summit two nights...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    September 1, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

When it rains it finally pours and worse with some areas of wind and damaging hail. This has been true lately especially in South Dakota where the weather can go from one extreme to the other in a matter of hours. We’ll see if we will be getting...

 
 By -deg    Sports    September 1, 2021

Tiger volleyball team gets win at home

Ipswich fans definitely had reason to celebrate a homecourt 3-0 non-conference high school volleyball win over Highmore-Harrold last Thursday in the Tiger Den. For one thing it was the Tigers' first w...

 
 By -deg    Sports    September 1, 2021

Tiger girls fall short in opener in Aberdeen

Ipswich dropped its opening high school volleyball encounter last Tuesday in Aberdeen. The Tiger girls were defeated in straight sets 25-14, 25-15, 25-12 by a Lake Region Conference opponent Aberdeen Christian. At one juncture of the opening set Ipsw...

 
 By -deg    Sports    September 1, 2021

Tiger gridders stop Dupree in two quarters

Ipswich improved to 2-0 in high school varsity  football action thus far in its 2021 schedule. This was thanks to a 54-0 shutout of visiting Dupree in a non- conference battle of the Tigers last Frid...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    August 25, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

I guess that the Brown County fairgrounds indeed received some rain during the fair, especially on Sunday. But as the case with thunderstorms they can and do produce some adverse effects and this time it turned out to be really strong wind gusts that...

 
 By -deg    Sports    August 25, 2021

Cross Country season opens Friday

Hard work pays dividends in any high school varsity sport, but this is particularly true in cross country. And 10 Ipswich girls' varsity runners have already been busy during pre-season practice...

 
 By -deg    Sports    August 25, 2021

Football season opens with big win

Ipswich played nearly error-free football in a high school football season opening win last Friday in Langford. Their efficiency with the football, including minimal penalties, was impressive resulting in a 50-8 LRC victory. The Tigers controlled...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    August 18, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

It’s fair week and doesn’t it always rain during the Brown County Fair? Let’s indeed hope that is the case to help alleviate our on-going drought. We’ve had some recent southeasterly wind (for a change), and that frequently blows up...

 
 By -deg    Sports    August 18, 2021

IHS volleyball season begins Aug. 24

Whereas this year's Ipswich High School football team is dominated by upperclassmen, the Tiger girls' volleyball program will be relatively youthful. That's right,the 2021 Tiger netters' roster curren...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    August 11, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

Guess what? If you listen closely you can hear the sounds of the various high school sports pre-season practices. There's not much louder that a thunderous volleyball spike and cross country running is often accompanied by the sounds of a coaches...

 
 By -deg    Sports    August 11, 2021

Tiger football team prepares for 2021 season

Yes, it is that time of the year! It's the fall sports season, which features all that South Dakota Friday night high school football drama, culminating with the post-season playoffs and a possible tr...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    July 28, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

Can't believe it, but August is right around the corner. And you all know what that means, there are back-to-school related sales and promotions everywhere you look. Then the long Labor Day weekend in September that might give families a brief...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    July 21, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

We noticed that the moon had sort of a reddish tinge Monday evening and it wasn't even quite full yet. There are of course a number of reason why this would be true, including dust/ smoke in the air or several different pollens as well, like ragweed...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    July 14, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

The NBA is real basketball (they even allow zone defenses nowadays). And the NBA finals are an especially real treat this year, because there were no LeBrons or even a Steph. What more could you say about the two teams that outlasted all the also...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    July 7, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

Did you wake up to the sound of raindrops on the window Tuesday morning. I think I did, but it was so unusual that I'm not sure. Maybe somebody was spraying a house in the neighborhood with a pressure washer and some of it escaped. But we'll...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    June 30, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

Happy birthday, U.S.A! The Fourth of July is indeed the day to annually celebrate that occasion and this year the Fourth will occur on a Sunday. So various area celebrations might be a little more spread around than other years, since Sunday is on a...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    June 23, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

Can't you notice something is different? It is already starting to get dark a little faster than earlier in the week. Just kidding, you probably won't notice this for a while, but the summer solstice has indeed come and gone and each amount of...

 
 By -deg    Opinion    June 16, 2021

Fiddlin' Around

This is Fathers Day weekend, as well as Trail Days in Ipswich. Tena's nephew Zach just became a new father of a little baby girl born on yet another June holiday Flag Day, June 14. Her proud parents, Zach and Tristan Beitzel, currently live in Rapid...

 
 By -deg    Sports    June 16, 2021

Ipswch golfers earn honors

The 2021 State B high school golf tournaments concluded last Tuesday in Brookings with Chester emerging as the boys' team champion over Platte-Geddes by two strokes and Estelline/Hendricks won the gir...

 

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