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State 9AA Football

State 9AA Football

Gregory 48 - Webster Area 20

State 9A Football

State 9A Football

Colman Egan 32 - Warner 28

State 9B Football

State 9B Football

Colome 42 - Langford Area 23

State 11B Football

State 11B Football

Winner 54 - Groton Area 0

State 11AA Football

State 11AA Football

Mitchell 41 - Harrisburg 6

State 11A Football

State 11A Football

Madison 39 - Tea 0

State 11AAA Football

State 11AAA Football

SF Washington 41 - Brandon Valley 31

State Football Headlines

Fake It Till You Make It, Then Come Clean: A Sportscaster's Big Break

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Before he called play-by-play for the Los Angeles Lakers, before he called the Olympics, before he called the World Series, before he called Monday Night Football, sportscaster Adrián García Márquez was handing out flyers and bumper stickers for a hip-hop station in San Diego.

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Will Rapid City Residents Vote To Expand the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center?

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The residents of Rapid City will soon decide on whether to approve a $180-million expansion to the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center or not. A special election is scheduled for next month.

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House State Affairs Committee Votes To Void High School Activities Association's Transgender Policy

Posted by Nate Wek on

The House State Affairs committee passed a bill Monday, which voids the high school activities association’s policy on allowing transgender students to participate in high school athletics. Representative Jim Bolin says state lawmakers should decide a policy with this much importance, not the activities association board of directors.

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After The Game, Looking Back At 'The Worst Call In Super Bowl History'

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It's the Monday morning after the Super Bowl. What better time for Monday Morning Quarterbacking? And what better play to go over than the one that sealed the New England Patriots' victory Sunday night over the Seattle Seahawks?

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New England Defeats Seattle 28-24 In Super Bowl 49

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The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in exciting fashion on Sunday night to become the Super Bowl champions for the fourth time in franchise history. Most of the discussion from Super Bowl XLIX revolves around late game play calling from the Seahawks.

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