Dell Rapids’ Season Ends in Super Regional

DellsBaseballLogo_DRBAThe Dell Rapids High School club baseball team had their season come to an end in the Super Regional on Monday, May 20th.  Dell Rapids played Lennox at Ronken Field and took a 5-3 loss ending their season.

Lennox took the early lead in the bottom of the first inning with a couple of runs.  They added two more runs in the bottom third inning for a 4-0 lead.

Dell Rapids cut into the lead in the top of the sixth inning.  Brandon Geraets hit a one-out single, and Keegan Miller drove him home with a double to center field.  Jay Holm followed Miller’s double with a walk.  Eddie Price then hit a single to right field scoring Miller.  Kaeden Eastman, who entered the game as a pinch runner for Holm, stole home before Price was tagged out to cut the lead to 4-3.  Lennox would add an insurance run in the bottom of the sixth and held Dell Rapids scoreless in the seventh for the win.

Miller, Price, and Geraets had the only three hits in the game for Dell Rapids.  Miller and Price each had an RBI.  Price started the game on the mound pitching 2 2/3 innings giving up four runs, all earned, on four hits with seven walks and three strikeouts.  Austin Henry pitched the final 3 1/3 innings giving up an unearned run on one with with four walks and nine strikeouts.

Dell Rapids finishes the season with 9-4 record.

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DRHS School Announcements

Dell Rapids High School Announcements:Quarriers

Tuesday, May 21st
Happy Birthday to Conner S. (Sun), Drew V. (Mon), Danek H. (Tue) and Jessica S. (Tue)!
Lunch:  Taco in a bag or Oven Roasted Hot Dog

  • Attention all students:  Please be aware of where you are parking. Do not park in front of any mailboxes, fire hydrants or too close to driveways. Please remember you cannot park within 12 feet of an intersection or crosswalk or 15 feet of a fire hydrant. YOU MUST HAVE A STAFF PARKING PASS on your dash in order to park in the staff parking lot.
  • Final yearbook ordering deadline is this week. Please order by this Friday, May 24th. Forms are available in the office, from Ms. Gleason or online.
  • Attention 2019 – 2020 Senior Athletes. The Dell Rapids Athletic Booster Club would like to invite you to have your picture taken for your sports banner. Pictures will be taken on June 11, 13, and 19 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. in the Middle School Commons. Students are responsible for getting uniforms from your coaches prior to the shoot. More information will be distributed prior to taking pictures. If you have questions, please contact Michelle Heiberger at 605-351-4406.
  • Attention all students: Please refer to the schedule below. This week we will be cleaning out the athletic lockers at the end of 2nd block. Please excuse these students at 11:15.
    • Juniors on Tuesday
    • Sophomores on Wednesday
    • Freshman on Thursday
  • Boys Track participants please make sure to turn in your “CLEAN” jerseys to Mr. Dahl.
  • Girls Track participants please turn in your track jerseys as soon as possible.
  • There will be a mandatory competitive cheer meeting on Wednesday, May 22nd after school in the middle school commons. ALL competitive cheerleaders are required to attend.
  • For any boys that are interested in the DRHS Summer Acceleration with Mr. Hansen, please pick up a registration sheet from either the highs school office or from Mr. Hansen.
  • **The Dell Rapids Athletic Booster Club is providing $60 scholarships to put towards a summer camp of your choice to better your skills for participating in High School Athletics. Applications may be picked up in either the middle of high school office and must be returned to the High School office or mailed to the PO Box by May 31st. No late applications will be accepted. The Dell rapids High School Team camps and acceleration are great programs to use these scholarships on! **
  • Quarry Days 2019 Summer Soccer Camp will be held south of Cubby’s across the railroad tracks on Hwy 115 June 18-20 from 9am-12pm. Players age 3-10 $60 and players age 11-19 $80. After early bird price increases by $15 for each age group. Please visit our website: dakotaalliancesoccer.com/allcamps/dellrapids for more information. If you have questions, please contact Jud Conner at 712-204-4601
  • Summer and Fall dual credit application window is open –  please see Mrs. Ruesink if you have questions.
  • The Post Secondary Education Book Drop is in need of your Dual Credit/ college-level education textbooks. Taking Dual Credit courses through the school can discount the tuition tremendously, however, the books needed for these courses cost nearly as much as the classes themselves. A shelf will available in Mrs. Ruesink’s office to hold your donated books for future students taking Dual Credit courses to borrow for the duration of their class. Help future DRHS students trying to further their education and save a bit of money by dropping off your unneeded college-level textbooks to Mrs. Ruesink’s office before the end of the school year.
  • Good luck to the golfers today at Spring Creek. Start time is 9:00.
  • The last day of school for students is May 24th.
  • JOBS
    • Double H Paving Inc. is Tea, DS is now seeking highly motivated, dependable, responsible, and hard working individuals to join Asphalt and Gravel Crews for the 2019 Construction Season. Please conat Like Hansen at 605-498-2030 or email him at lukeh@doublehpaving.com. Details about this job is posted outside of the high school office.
    • Yogi Bear’s Camp Ground is hiring all positions. Email christina@jellystonesiouxfalls.com or call 605-332-2233 if you are interested. Details about this job is posted outside of the high school office.
    • The city of Dell Rapids is still looking for lifeguards this summer. If you are interested, please stop in the high school office and pick up an application.
    • The Department of Transportation is looking for people who are 18 years old or older that have a valid driver’s license. They are looking for Bridge Repair Crew (Sioux Falls and Mitchell), Sign Crew (Sioux Falls), or Striping Crew (Mitchell). Work depends on crew assignment but may include: flagging, installing signs, repairing bridges and concrete repair, assisting with striping the roadways, general clean up, transporting, loading and unloading materials. For more information, stop by the high school office.
    • The Dell Rapids Baseball umpire sign-up form is now active. Anyone ages 13 and older can sign up to be an umpire for our Midget (12U) and Pee Wee (10U) baseball games this summer. Go to www.dellrapidsbaseball.com to fill out the form.
    • LIFEGUARDS positions available at the Trent pool. The Trent pool is hiring lifeguards for the summer of 2019. If you are interested please contact Jamie at 605-595-5360 for an application. Lifeguard certification is required. Application deadline is 5/1/2019.
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Dell Rapids MIDDLE SCHOOL Announcements

Dell Rapids Middle School Announcements:Quarriers

Tuesday, May 21st
Happy Birthday to Elizabeth M (Mon)!
Lunch today will be choices of:  Taco in a Bag or Hot Dog

  • Attention students: The board approved free meals as a promotion on May 22, May 23, and May 24. Breakfasts and lunches will be free for all students on these days. Adult meals and a la carte items will be at the regular prices.
  • Reminder that all lunch balances need to be paid before dismissal on Friday.
  • Attention Students: If you received a padlock from Ms. Barber, please plan to return it to her today or tomorrow before school or during SRB time to receive your refund.
  • Attention 7/8 football players: Padlock return will take place tomorrow and Thursday from 8-8:25am in Mr. Lesnar’s room.
  • There will be a mandatory competitive cheer meeting Wednesday after school in the middle school commons. ALL competitive cheerleaders are required to attend.
  • Attention 8th grade athletes: The Dell Rapids Athletic Booster Club is providing $60 scholarship to put towards a summer camp of your choice to better your skills for participating in High School Athletics. Applications may be picked up in either the middle school office and must be returned to the High School office or Mailed to the PO Box by May 31st. No late applications will be accepted. The Dell Rapids High School Team camps and acceleration are great programs to use these scholarships on!
  • Attention 5th and 6th grade students: Dells Hospital is hosting a Super Sitter Class on Wednesday, May 29th from 9am-3pm. Class is limited to the first 20 registered.
  • The Dell Rapids Baseball umpire sign-up form is now active. Anyone ages 13 and older can sign up to be an umpire for our Midget (12U) and Pee Wee (10U) baseball games this summer. Go to www.dellrapidsbaseball.com to fill out the form.
  • Quarry Days Summer Soccer Camp: June 18-20, 9am-12pm for anyone interested – Sponsored by Dakota Alliance Soccer Club. For more information, please stop in the office.
  • SDSU women’s basketball is hosting summer camps starting June 3rd. For more information, please stop in the office.
  • The last day of school for students is THIS FRIDAY!
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Cardinal Tracksters Run at Region 4B Meet

DRSM LogoThe Dell Rapids St Mary Cardinal girls and boys track team traveled to Elkton for the Region 4B track meet on Thursday, May 16th.  Athletes that hadn’t qualified for state at previous meets by meeting the SDHSAA standards could qualify for state by placing first or second in their events at the region meet.

The St Mary girls were fifth with 75 points.  Colman-Egan won the girls region team title with 139 points, just one point better than Hanson with 138 points.  Chester Area was third with 115 points, and Elkton-Lake Benton was fourth with 80 points.

The Cardinal boys also finished fifth with 82 points.  Chester Area won the boys title with 124 points.  Hanson was second with 117 points.  Elkton-Lake Benton finished third with 86 points, and Colman-Egan placed fourth with 83 points.

For the Dell Rapids St Mary athletes that will be participating in the 2019 Class A State Track Meet, the prelim events will be held on Friday, May 24th at Howard Wood Field in Sioux Falls.  The finals will be held on Saturday, May 25th also at Howard Wood Field in Sioux Falls.

Individual Girls Results

4x800m Relay

  • 5th – 11:44.51

100m Dash

  • Ella Heinitz (2nd) – :12.84

4x200m Relay

  • 3rd – 1:54.78

1600m Run

  • Addy Gilbert (6th) – 6:22.03

4x100m Relay

  • 4th – :57.64

400m Dash

  • Courtney Brown (3rd) – 1:05.68
  • Maya Heinitz – 1:10.80

Sprint Medley Relay

  • 5th – 5:17.55

800m Run

  • Ella Heinitz (2nd) – 2:26.30

200m Dash

  • Courtney Brown (3rd) – :28.11
  • Sydney Klein – :31.40

3200m Run

  • Addy Gilbert (2nd) – 13:18.60
  • Sierra Klein – 15:56.28

Shot Put

  • Maddie Schwebach (2nd) – 32’9.75″
  • Jaycee Tebay – 22’4.75″
  • Katie Scherff – 21’7.5″

Discus

  • Maddie Schwebach (2nd) – 100’6″
  • Jaycee Tebay – 86’1″
  • Katie Scherff  – 67’11”

Long Jump

  • Ella Griffin – 13’1″

Triple Jump

  • Ella Griffin – 29’7.5″

 

Individual Boys Results

4x800m Relay

  • 5th – 9:44.62

110m Hurdles

  • Ethan Geraets (3rd) – :17.38
  • Nick Gaspar (7th) – :21.57

100m Dash

  • Payton Park (5th) – :12.12

4x200m Relay

  • 6th – 1:59.44

1600m Run

  • Ryan Eining (2nd) – 4:48.94

4x100m Relay

  • 6th – :50.24

400m Dash

  • Connor Libis (6th) – :58.23

300m Hurdles

  • Ethan Geraets (4th) – :44.40
  • Seth Roemen – :50.58

Sprint Medley Relay

  • 3rd – 4:08.28

800m Run

  • Connor Libis (2nd) – 2:10.04
  • Ryan Eining – 2:27.43

200m Dash

  • Seth Roemen – :27.28
  • Luke Geraets – :30.60

3200m Run

  • Lucas Flemmer – 13:47.40

4x400m Relay

  • 7th – 3:57.02

Shot Put

  • Austin Greene-LeBrun – 36’11”
  • Eli Longville – 35’2″
  • Logan Wolles – 29’9″

Discus

  • Logan Wolles (8th) – 109’4″
  • Noah Dennis – 90’2″

High Jump

  • Nick Gaspar – 5’2″

Long Jump

  • Weston Geraets (1st) – 19’2.75″
  • Hunter Griffin – 16’7.5″
  • Nick Gaspar – 15’2″

Triple Jump

  • Weston Geraets (1st) – 41’4.5″
  • Hunter Griffin (6th) – 35’10.5″
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Quarrier Girls and Boys Track Teams Finish 4th at Region 3A Meet

NewDRLogoThe Dell Rapids Quarrier girls and boys track team traveled to Garretson for the Region 3A track meet on Thursday, May 16th.  Athletes that hadn’t qualified for state at previous meets by meeting the SDHSAA standards could qualify for state by placing first or second in their events at the region meet.

The Quarrier girls placed fourth with 101 points.  West Central won the girls title with 160 points.  Sioux Falls Christian placed second with 117 points, and Garretson was third with 115 points.

The Quarrier boys also finished fourth with 74 points.  Sioux Falls Christian won the boys region title with 189 points.  Tri-Valley was second with 111 points, and West Central was third with 87 points.

For the Dell Rapids athletes that will be participating in the 2019 Class A State Track Meet, the prelim events will be held on Friday, May 24th at Tea High School.  The finals will be held on Saturday, May 25th at Howard Wood Field in Sioux Falls.

Individual Girls Results

4x800m Relay

  • 2nd – Kathryn Fletcher, Adisen Stadem, Katrina Kruel, Elizabeth Price – 10:41.47

100m Hurdles

  • Shayla Welbig (8th) – :21.49

100m Dash

  • Hannah Heiberger (4th) – :13.20

4x200m Relay

  • 4th – Merritt Kvigne, Stephanie Geraets, Danica Heibult, Aspen Hansen – 1:54.20

1600m Run

  • Katrina Kruel (3rd) – 6:01.83
  • Adisen Stadem (7th) – 6:20.97
  • Katie Jaycox – 7:34.80

4x100m Relay

  • 2nd – Hanna VanOverbeke, Hannah Heiberger, Madysen VanOverbeke, Aspen Hansen – :52.58

400m Dash

  • Madysen VanOverbeke (6th) – 1:10.35
  • Brooke Klein (8th) – 1:13.55
  • Madison Ljunggren – 1:18.87

300m Hurdles

  • Aspen Hansen (3rd) – :49.31
  • Shayla Welbig (8th) – 1:01.16

Sprint Medley Relay

  • 5th – Merritt Kvigne, Stephanie Geraets, Emma Van Regenmorter, Lexi Ingalls – 5:06.06

800m Run

  • Elizabeth Price (1st) – 2:31.69
  • Kathryn Fletcher (7th) – 2:49.36
  • Peyton VanZee – 3:08.18

200m Dash

  • Hanna VanOverbeke – :28.82
  • Rachael Vietor – :30.51
  • Maggie Schmidt – :31.05

3200m Run

  • Katrina Kruel (3rd) – 12:59.51
  • Adisen Stadem (5th) – 14:03.69

4x400m Relay

  • 4th – Elizabeth Price, Brook Klein, Emma Van Regenmorter, Madysen VanOverbeke – 4:48.50

Shot Put

  • Mackenzie Garry (5th) – 31’4″
  • Faithe Larson  -28’2.5″
  • Jayda Knuppe – 25’10.5″

Discus

  • Jayda Knuppe – 73’10”
  • Kylie Bittner – 63’8″
  • Cara Rice – 63’2″

High Jump

  • Kyra Graham (2nd) – 4’10”
  • Danica Heibuilt (5th) – 4’4″
  • Emma Van Regenmorter – 4’2″

Long Jump

  • Hannah Heiberger (2nd) – 15’6.5″
  • Oliva Prasek (4th) – 15’1.5″
  • Raigan Schmidt (5th) – 14’6.5″

Triple Jump

  • Hannah Heiberger (1st) – 32’11.5″
  • Oliva Prasek (4th) – 30’7″

 

Individual Boys Results

4x800m Relay

  • 2nd – Landon Ruesink, Logan Anderson, Karsen Welbig, Brayden Pulscher – 8:50.17

100m Dash

  • Logan Stone (3rd) – :11.53
  • Logan Ellingson (6th) – :11.74

4x200m Relay

  • 3rd – Ryker Pedde, Landon Ruesink, Logan Ellingson, Avery Welbig – 1:36.57

1600m Run

  • Brayden Pulscher (6th) – 5:07.88
  • Logan Anderson – 5:29.35
  • Mitchell Heinemann – 5:37.71

4x100m Relay

  • 4th – Nick Boever, Ryker Pedde, Logan Ellingson, Logan Stone – :45.88

400m Dash

  • Victor Knuppe – :58.38
  • Logan Anderson – 1:09.51

300m Hurdles

  • Avery Welbig (5th) – :42.18
  • Trevon Cross – :48.77

Sprint Medley Relay

  • 3rd – Ryker Pedde, Logan Ellingson, Kaeden Eastman, Karsen Welbig – 4:01.85

800m Run

  • Brayden Pulscher (7th) – 2:20.68
  • Mitchell Heinemann – 2:29.64

200m Dash

  • Ian Mason – :26.87
  • Austin Pedde – :27.27
  • Trevon Cross – :27.30

4x400m Relay

  • 4th – Karsen Welbig, Landon Ruesink, Kaeden Eastman, Avery Welbig – 3:47.48

Shot Put

  • Coby Maeschen (4th) – 40’4.5″
  • Max Lamer – 32’2.25″
  • Landon Von Holtom – 30’4.5″

Discus

  • Coby Maeschen (2nd) – 106’9″
  • Shane Stone (8th) – 93’1″

High Jump

  • Brayden Pulscher (2nd) – 6’0″
  • Ryker Pedde (4th) – 6’0″
  • Carter Nelson (7th) – 5’8″

Long Jump

  • Logan Stone (5th) – 18’8″
  • Nick Boever – 16’1.75″

Triple Jump

  • Kaeden Eastman (1st) – 39’7.75″
  • Shane Stone (6th) – 36’10.5″
  • Drew Stroschein (8th) – 36’5″

 

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Sheryl Livermont

livermont picSherri’s funeral service will begin at 10:00 a.m. MST on Monday, May 20, 2019 in the Martin Activities Center in Martin, SD. Interment will be in the Martin Cemetery. Visitation with family present will be from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. MST in the Martin Activities Center on Sunday, May 19, 2019. Funeral arrangements are under the care of Kahler Funeral Home.

Sheryl “Sherri” Ann Kuxhaus was born on January 23rd 1958 in Gordon, NE to Willard and Dorothy (Nelson) Kuxhaus.  She grew up on a farmstead then resided in Swett west of Martin, SD. She attended Central Elementary School in the western part of Bennett County until the 8th grade when she attended Bennett County High School. She graduated from BCHS in 1976.  She married Larry Livermont on May 29, 1976. The couple made their home near Vetal. Larry worked at his family ranch and the couple owned and operated the Dustbuster Taven from 1981-1994.

Growing up, Sherri developed a passion for the outdoors and a genuine love for all of God’s creatures.  She enjoyed horses and working alongside her father on their farm/ranch.  She was a hard headed, free spirit who found purpose in hard work and caring for others.  She met her husband to-be at age 16, in the parking lot of the Bennett County high school and thus began a 45 year journey.  The couple was blessed with a love and dedication that could not be matched.  They raised two children who became the center of their world and raised them to understand the meaning of true love, dedication, and God’s presence.  After she and Larry settled in on their acreage north of Vetal, Sherri was able to focus on her God given talents which included cooking, photography, crafting, woodworking, gardening, canning, and a host of many other gifts which are too many to be named.  Her sense of purpose was sowing the land and sharing her fruits with those she adored. She was a woman who hated a crowd but loved the company of people, which was demonstrated best in her commitment to her friends, family, and neighbors.  She loved a good get together and was a ‘master organizer’. She appreciated simplicity, efficiency, and common sense.  Those who knew her well appreciated her listening ear and her sound advice.  Her happy place was chasing storms, studying the weather, and snuggling up by a cozy fire with Larry.  Sherri would eventually be blessed with five grandchildren who were the new light of her life.  A close second were the animals she raised and loved.  There are no words to describe the mold of life this lady broke and the mark she left on her family and friends.

Sherri passed away on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 under hospice after a short battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her husband, children, and her very special sister, Konnie. She was 61 and preceded in death by her parents, sister, Lorri Phillips, her sister-in-law, Tammy Novotny and mother-in-law, Micki Livermont.

Those left to cherish her memory are her husband of 42 years, Larry Livermont of Martin; son, Chris (Sarah) Livermont of Brookings; daughter, Tiffany (Ross) Brende of Dell Rapids; her five grandchildren, Tyler and Hannah Livermont, Jace, Brooks and Jax Brende; her siblings, Monty (Cathy) Kuxhaus of Roscoe, IL, William (Barb) Kuxhaus of Martin, David (Roxanne) Kuxhaus of Rapid City and sister, Konnie (Kenny) Boomer of Martin; her father-in-law, Wayne Livermont of Martin, brothers-in-law, Steve (Paula) LIvermont of Martin, Dean Livermont of Martin, Tom Livermont of Rapid City, and Stuart (Tracee) Livermont of Martin and her many nieces, nephews, friends and extended relatives.

The family request that memorials be directed to: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) in honor of her grandson, Jace. www.jdrf.org

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Regina Evans

evans picRegina Evans, 99, of Dell Rapids passed away on Monday, May 13, 2019 at the Dells Nursing and Rehab Center. Her Mass of Christian Burial is at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 18, 2019 in St. Mary Catholic Church, Dell Rapids. Visitation with the family present is on Friday, May 17, 2019 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at Kahler Funeral Home. The Christian Wake Service is at 4:00 p.m. followed by a Catholic Daughters Rosary.

Regina was born on April 9, 1920 at Dell Rapids, SD, the daughter of Jacob and Frances (Etringer) Welbig. She grew up on a farm near Dell Rapids and attended country school. She married Harry Evans Sr. on September 17, 1940 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Dell Rapids. The couple moved to a farm east of Dell Rapids and started farming. They retired in 1981 and moved into Dell Rapids. Harry passed away on February 25, 1982. Regina remained in her home until 2009 when she moved into her apartment at Orchard Hills. She later became a resident of Dells Nursing and Rehab Center.

She was an active member of St. Mary Catholic Church and St. Mary Altar Society, an active member of Catholic Daughters of America,  National Farmers Organization, and National Catholic Rural Life.  Regina received her honorary high school diploma from St. Mary in 2006.  She worked at Padre’s and volunteered at St. Mary School for over 25 years. She even had her own parking spot and seat for all St. Mary Cardinal’s home basketball games. Regina took great pride in feeding people and was able to whip up a feast on short notice. She always made sure everyone was well fed. She ate her dessert first to make sure she always had room for it, with ice cream being one of her favorites.

Regina was preceded in death by her husband, parents, six brothers and five sisters.

She is survived by her children, Lois (Ray) Brown of Dell Rapids, Harry (Tish) Evans Jr. of Rapid City, Gerald (Monica) Evans  of Mililani, HI, Joyce (Jim) Cook of Easley, SC, Catherine (Russ) Kautz of Lewisville, TX, Evelyn (Kevin) Loof of Lincoln, NE and Robert (Krista) Evans of Tea; her sixteen grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, one great great-grandson; her sister, Agnes Ginsbach of Dell Rapids and her many nieces, nephews and extended family.

Memorials may be directed to St. Mary School, St. Mary Church or Regina Grandma Evans Scholarship.

 

 

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Showing at the Dells Theater

“BREAKTHROUGH”“Breakthrough” is based on the inspirational true story of a mother’s unfaltering love and faith in the face of impossible odds.

When Joyce Smith’s adopted son John falls through an icy Missouri lake, all hope seems lost. But as John lies lifeless, Joyce refuses to give up. Her steadfast belief inspires those around her to continue to pray for John’s recovery, even in the face of every case history and scientific prediction.

From producer DeVon Franklin (“Miracles from Heaven”) and adapted from Joyce Smith’s own book, “Breakthrough” is an enthralling reminder that faith and love can create a mountain of hope, and sometimes even a miracle.

“Breakthrough” starts Friday, May 17 for one week at the Dells Theatre. 116 minutes. It’s rated PG for thematic content including peril.

Link to Trailer:   https://trailers.apple.com/trailers/fox/breakthrough/

 

SPECIALS!!

  • WEEKENDS:  Bargain Matinees every Saturday and Sunday for all shows starting before 6:00 p.m.  All ages, all seats only $5!
  • TUESDAYS are Super Saver Tuesdays!!  All ages, all seats are only $5.  Plus there’s also a special at the snack bar—you can get a small popcorn and small drink for only $5. Want a larger size? You can upgrade and still apply the $2.50 savings!
  • JOIN OUR DIRECTOR’S CLUB AND EARN POINTS TO RECEIVE FREE POPCORN, DRINKS AND MOVIE TICKETS! Sign up here on our website or at the boxoffice.

(check Logan Luxury Theatre for more information)

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Quarrier Track Competes in Conference Meet

NewDRLogoAfter a postponement, the Dell Rapids Quarrier track team traveled to Tea Area High School for the Dak XII Conference track meet on Monday, May 13th.  The meet was originally scheduled for Thursday, May 9th.

The Quarrier girls finished 7th as a team with a total of 64 points.  West Central won the girls title with 106 points, followed by Sioux Falls Christian with 105 points, and Madison with 89 points.  The Quarrier boys finished 10th with a total of 42.5 points.  Sioux Falls Christian won the boys title with 157 points.  Tea Area was second with 101 points, and Dakota Valley placed third with 80 points.

Dell Rapids will travel to Garretson for the Region 3A meet on Thursday, May 16th.

Individual Girls Results

4x800m Relay

  • 7th – Kathryn Fletcher, Adisen Stadem, Katrina Kruel, Elizabeth Price – 11:27.25

100m Hurdles

  • Shayla Welbig – :22.30

1oom Dash

  • Aspen Hansen (2nd) – :12.96
  • Hanna VanOverbeke – :14.17

4x2oom Relay

  • 11th – Merritt Kvigne, Rachael Vietor, Leigha Lacey, Payton Krumm – 2:01.20

1600m Run

  • Peyton VanZee – 7:10.29
  • Cariss Montgomery – 7:37.68
  • Katie Jaycox – 7:50.33

4x100m Relay

  • 4th – Hanna VanOverbeke, Hannah Heiberger, Madysen VanOverbeke, Aspen Hansen – :53.71

4oom Dash

  • Brooke Klein – 1:11.08
  • Madison Ljunggren – 1:24.88

300m Hurdle

  • Aspen Hansen (4th) – :51.36
  • Shayla Welbig – 1:01.69

Sprint Medley Relay

  • 7th – Hanna VanOverbeke, Madysen VanOverbeke, Emma Van Regenmorter, Elizabeth Price – 4:45.08

800m Run

  • Katrina Kruel (3rd) – 2:37.42
  • Lexi Ingalls – 2:58.73

200m Dash

  • Aspen Hansen (5th) – :28.67
  • Hanna VanOverbeke – :30.28
  • Maggie Schmidt – :32.06

3200m Run

  • Katrina Kruel (4th) – 13:00.43
  • Adisen Stadem (8th) – 14:06.08

4x400m Relay

  • 9th – Elizabeth Price, Emma VanRegenmorter, Brook Klein, Madysen VanOverbeke – 4:45.49

Shot Put

  • Mackenzie Garry – 27’0″
  • Faithe Larson – 26’5″
  • Jayda Knuppe – 24’6″

High Jump

  • Kyra Graham (2nd) – 5’0″
  • Emma VanRegenmorter – 4’2″
  • Danica Heibult – 4’0″

Long Jump

  • Hannah Heiberger (2nd) – 16’5″
  • Oliva Prasek (7th) – 15’2.25″
  • Raigan Schmidt – 13’8.5″

Discus

  • Jayda Knuppe – 77’11”
  • Cara Rice – 68’7″
  • Kylie Bittner – 67’4″

Triple Jump

  • Hannah Heiberger (2nd) – 33’0.5″
  • Olivia Prasek – 30’1.25″

Boys Individual Results

4x800m Relay

  • 5th – Landon Ruesink, Logan Anderson, Karsen Welbig, Brayden Pulscher – 9:06.63

110m Hurdles

  • Avery Welbig (6th) – :16.45

100m Dash

  • Logan Stone – :11.74
  • Logan Ellingson – :11.86
  • Nick Boever – :12.21

4x200m Relay

  • 7th – Ryker Pedde, Landon Ruesink, Logan Ellingson, Avery Welbig – 1:37.97

160om Run

  • Logan Anderson – 5:13.96
  • Mitchell Heinemann – 5:36.21

4x100m Relay

  • 5th – Nick Boever, Ryker Pedde, Logan Ellingson, Logan Stone – :45.88

400m Dash

  • Karsen Welbig – :58.58
  • Victor Knuppe – 1:00.01

300m Hurdles

  • Avery Welbig (6th) – :43.02
  • Trevon Cross – :51.14

Sprint Medley Relay

  • 5th – Logan Stone, Ryker Pedde, Victor Knuppe, Karsen Welbig – 4:09.78

800m Run

  • Logan Anderson – 2:20.56

200m Dash

  • Trevon Cross – :27.50
  • Ian Mason – :27.64
  • Austin Pedde – :27.80

4x400m Relay

  • 10th – Kaeden Eastman, Landon Ruesink, Logan Ellingson, Victor Knuppe – 4:02.16

Long Jump

  • Logan Stone – 18’3.75″
  • Nick Boever – 17’7″
  • Kaeden Eastman – 16’7″

Discus

  • Eddie Price (3rd) – 141’10”
  • Coby Maeschen – 98’6″
  • Shane Stone – 83’1″

Shot Put

  • Coby Maeschen – 40’0″
  • Landon VonHoltum – 31’10”
  • Max Lamer – 31’9″

Triple Jump

  • Kaeden Eastman (6th) – 38’10.75″
  • Drew Stroschein – 34’7.5″

High Jump

  • Ryker Pedde (2nd) – 6’2″
  • Brayden Pulscher (5th) – 5’8″
  • Carter Nelson (7th) – 5’6″

 

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