Leland and Wilma Triebwasser of Dell Rapids will celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary on December 18, 2017. Their family is requesting a card shower in their honor. Please send greetings to 612 East 12th Street, Dell Rapids, SD 57022.
After a slow first half, the Dell Rapids Quarrier girls basketball team exploded for 21 third quarter points and earned a 46-38 come-from-behind win over the #3 ranked Hamlin Chargers at the Entringer Classic on Saturday, December 16th. The Quarrier defense kept the Chargers in check all night long as Dell Rapids forced 17 turnovers and 30 missed shots in the game.
Both teams couldn’t find the offensive groove in the first half. Hamlin led at the end of the first quarter 11-9. The two teams combined for just a total of nine points in the second quarter, and Dell Rapids didn’t make a field goal in the second quarter. The Chargers led 16-13 at halftime.
Dell Rapids made the necessary adjustments at halftime and came out on fire. The Quarriers went on a 21-3 run to lead by as many as 15 points at 34-19. The Chargers closed out the third quarter with the final four points to cut the lead to 34-23. Hamlin took advantage of some Quarrier foul trouble in the fourth quarter and pulled within three points a couple of times in the game. But each time the Chargers got close, the Quarriers came up with a big made basket of clutch free-throws to keep Hamlin at bay to win the game.
Dell Rapids finished the game shooting 42% from the field, 36% from beyond the three-point line, and 69% from the free-throw line. Dell Rapids had 19 team rebounds, 10 steals, and six assists.
Arial Hoffman was named the game’s MVP. She finished with 16 points, two rebounds, two assists, and one steal. Emma Paul tallied 13 points and had five rebounds. Jayda Knuppe added six points and four rebounds. Ravyn Hoffman finished with five points and three steals, and Kaylee Hennen had four points.
The Quarriers (3-0) will play at Baltic on Tuesday, December 19th.
The Dell Rapids St Mary Cardinal girls basketball team got revenge on their lone loss of the season at the Entringer Classic on Saturday, December 16th, at Colman-Egan High School. Playing the Estelline Redmen for the second time in three days, the Cardinals this time earned a 43-40 win to improve to 3-1 on the year.
The two teams were tied 5-5 about midway through the first quarter, but Estelline went on a 7-0 run to take a 12-5 lead with about 3:00 remaining in the quarter. St Mary closed out the first quarter on a 5-0 run to cut the lead to 12-10 after one period of play. The Cardinals scored the first nine points of the third quarter to make the run 14-0 over two quarters. St Mary led 19-12, but Estelline closed out the first half on a 5-0 run to cut the St Mary lead to 19-17 at halftime.
The Cardinals continued to roll offensively in the third quarter building a 33-23 lead. Estelline again would get the final points of the quarter to cut the lead to 33-26 at the end of the third quarter. Estelline then caught fire and scored the first six points of the fourth quarter to cut the lead to 33-32. The two teams went back and forth through the middle portion of the fourth quarter. St Mary took a 41-38 lead late in the quarter, but Estelline pulled within a point at 41-40 with :10 to play. Estelline fouled Ella Heinitz with :04.9 to go. Heinitz made both free throws on the bonus free throws to give Dell Rapids a 43-40 lead. The last second shot at the buzzer by Estelline was no good, and St Mary held tough for the win.
Sydney Cook was named the game’s MVP. Cook finished with 10 points, 16 rebounds, two steals, and one assist. Heinitz had 12 points and four rebounds in the game. Maddie Schwebach finished with six points, and Adyn Heiniricy had five points.
St Mary (3-1) will host De Smet on Monday, December 18th. The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.
Blanch Alvira Olson was born on February 21, 1922 in Sebeka, MN, the daughter of Carl and Mary (Hemphill) Peterson. She attended school in Sebeka. The family moved to Evergreen Township in rural Frazee, MN, where Blanch attended country school. She later graduated from Frazee High School, where she was the valedictorian of her class. She worked as a bookkeeper for the Wolf Lake Creamery and later for the Cass Clay Creamery in Moorhead, MN. She moved to Minneapolis, where she worked for Cargill and also attended the University of Minnesota. In January of 1955, she was united in marriage to Forrest Olson in Reno, Nevada. They made their home in Sacramento, CA, Oakland, CA, and Brainerd, MN for the next ten years. In 1965, they moved to Detroit Lakes, MN. She worked as the business manager at Multi County Nursing in Detroit Lakes for fourteen years, and later for DL TV and Appliance for twelve years. Forrest passed away in 1990. Blanch married Dick Hein in 1998. They made their home in Detroit Lakes. Dick passed away in 2013.
She is survived by her two sons, Bert (Cindy) Olson, of Sioux Falls, SD and Gary (fiance’ Connie Breakey) Olson, of Minneapolis, MN; two step sons, Bruce (Jean) Hein, of Audubon, MN and and Dr. Gary (Wanda) Hein, of Lincoln, NE; and ten grandchildren.
In addition to her two husbands, she was preceded in death by her two brothers, Dale Peterson and Bert Peterson; infant sister, Phyllis Peterson; her step-son, Lynn Hein; and her parents.
Her funeral service will be held on Friday December 22, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. in the Trinity Lutheran Church in Detroit Lakes, MN. Visitation will be on Thursday from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the West-Kjos Funeral Home in Detroit Lakes, MN, with a prayer service at 5:00 p.m. Interment will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Detroit Lakes, MN. Local arrangements are under the care of Kahler Funeral Home.
Three young students from Dell Rapids were selected to participate in the 2018 Elementary Festival Honor Choir. Fourth grade students Madyn Lacey and Finn Murphy, along with sixth grade student Olivia Gill were selected to participate in the event.
The choir consists of about 180 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students from around the state who are selected by recorded audition. Over 800 auditions are received for the event. The choir performs each year during the annual SDSU Choral Day event. The Elementary Festival Honor Choir will perform on Thursday, February 8th, 2018 in Brookings.
“They get to travel with me to Brookings and perform in front of a variety of college professions, high school teachers, and elementary teachers in February,” said Dell Rapids Elementary music teacher Kim Gaul during the afternoon performance of the Christmas concert on Thursday, December 14th. Gaul recognized Lacey and Murphy at the end of the performance. Lacey, Murphy, and Gill were also recognized for their accomplishment during the Dell Rapids School Board meeting on Monday, December 11th.
Dr. Sean Burton will be the conductor for the Elementary Festival Honor Choir. Dr. Burton currently serves as Director of Choral Activities and is the Chairperson of the Department of Music at Briar Cliff University.
Both offenses got off to a slow start as Dell Rapids led 10-6 after the first quarter of play. As both teams settled into the game, the offenses found their stride. Both teams combined for 30 points in the second quarter, and the Titans led 24-22 at halftime after a buzzer-beater.
The Titans pushed their lead to four points at 42-38 by the end of the third quarter. The Quarriers went on a 7-2 run to take a 45-44 lead with just under 4:00 to play in the game. Dell Rapids pushed the lead to 50-45 with 2:30 to go, and then lead 52-48 with 1:32 on the clock. With just :20 to go in the game, Kaleb Joffer pulled down an offensive rebound and got his put-back shot to fall to tie the game at 52-52.
That’s when things got wild in Dell Rapids. Carson Rentz dribbled to the Quarrier end of the floor and found a wide open Elijah Story in the left corner. Story made the three-point shot to give Dell Rapids a 55-52 lead with :04 to go in the game. After a timeout by Tea Area, Noah Freidel drove three-quarters of the court and hit a running three-point shot at the buzzer to tie the game at 55-55 to force overtime.
Both teams scored just two points each in the first half of the first overtime. Tea Area scored to make it 59-57 with just under 2:00 to play. Neither team would score over the next minute and a half, and the Quarriers had the ball with :26 to go in the game down by two points. With :11 on the clock, Rentz hit a jumper just inside the three-point line to tie the game at 59-59. Tea Area called a timeout with :06.5 to go. After the timeout, Freidel appeared to hit the game-winning shot as time expired and the Tea Area fans erupted. However, an official saw a timeout called by Coach Jason Fersdahl after the made basket prior to the final buzzer sounding and added :01.3 to the game clock. Dell Rapids had to inbound the ball underneath the Titan basket. Elijah Story made a baseball pass to the opposite end of the court. The pass was tipped by Logan Heim to the middle of the Quarrier lane where Jeffrey Schuch laid it off the glass and in just prior to the buzzer sounding to tie the game at 61-61 to go to double overtime.
The Titans were able to make free throws down the stretch in the second overtime as three Quarrier starters fouled out of the game in the second overtime. Tea Area took advantage of the foul trouble and outscored Dell Rapids 7-2 for the win.
Dell Rapids finished the game shooting 36% from the field, 31% from beyond the three-point line, and 74% from the free-throw line. The Quarriers had 51 team rebounds, 11 team assists, but turned the ball over 24 times.
Schuch finished the game with a double-double. He had 13 points and 18 rebounds. Story and Mason Schmidt both finished with 16 points each to lead the team. Rentz had 15 points. Heim added 11 rebounds in the game.
Dell Rapids (1-1) will travel to Baltic on Monday, December 18th for their next game.
After a couple of tough games to start the season, the Dell Rapids St Mary Cardinal boys basketball team earned their first win of the season on Friday, December 15th. The Cardinals defeated the Estelline Redmen 63-47 in Estelline. The Cardinals led at every quarter break in the game.
St Mary led 20-11 at the end of the first quarter. They continued to increase the lead in the second quarter by outscoring Estelline 17-9 to take a 37-20 lead at halftime. The Cardinals lead 53-34 after three quarters of play and held their largest lead of the game at 22 points with 7:16 to play in the game.
The Cardinals finished the game shooting 32% from the field, 15% from beyond the three-point line, and 68% from the free-throw line. St Mary had a total of 50 team rebounds, nine team steals, and turned the ball over 15 times.
Max Herber finished the game with a double-double for St Mary. Herber had 26 points and 13 rebounds. Connor Libis had 16 points and two steals. Luke Brown also finished in double figures with 11 points and had seven rebounds. Weston Geraets had eight points and 10 rebounds.
The Cardinals (1-2) will host De Smet on Tuesday, December 19th. The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.
The Dell Rapids Quarrier girls cruised to their second win of the season on Friday, December 15th. After a hard-fought win against Sioux Falls Christian on the road Tuesday night, the Quarriers won 72-42 over the Tea Area Titans at Dell Rapids High School.
The Quarriers jumped out to a lead an 18-7 lead by the end of the first quarter. Dell Rapids continued rolling offensively in the second quarter by scoring 20 points and went into the locker room at halftime 38-19. The Quarriers scored 17 points in each of the final two quarters while holding Tea Area to 23 second half points for the win.
Dell Rapids (2-0) will play the #3 ranked Hamlin Chargers on Saturday, December 16th, at the Entringer Classic at Colman-Egan High School. Tip-off is scheduled for 6:00 p.m., and the game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.
St Mary led 15-6 after the first quarter, and held their largest lead of the game at 13 points with 1:09 to go in the second quarter. Estelline cut the lead to 11 by halftime at 21-10. Estelline got hot in the second half and outscored the Cardinals 15-3 in the third quarter to take a 25-24 lead. They then outscored St Mary 13-6 in the final quarter for the win.
The Cardinals shot 25% from the field, 6% from beyond the three-point line, and 30% from the free-throw line. St Mary had a total of 44 team rebounds, but turned the ball over 22 times.
Ella Heinitz had 15 points to lead the Cardinals. Maddie Schwebach had six points. Sydney Cook finished with four points. Adyn Heinricy and Cassy Geraets both had two points in the game. Cook had a team high 10 rebounds. Geraets added seven rebounds. Heinitz and Schwebach both had six rebounds.
The Cardinals (2-1) will play Estelline again on Saturday, December 16th, at 2:00 p.m. at Colman-Egan High School at the Entringer Classic. The game can be seen on Big Sioux Media.
“FERDINAND” – This new animated family adventure stars the voices of John Cena and Kate McKinnon. Ferdinand tells the story of a giant bull with a big heart. After being mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure. Set in Spain, Ferdinand proves you can’t judge a bull by its cover. The heartwarming comedy was inspired by the beloved book “The Story of Ferdinand” by Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson. “Ferdinand” starts nationally Friday including at the Dells Theatre. It is scheduled for two weeks through Thursday, December 28. 108 minutes. It’s rated PG for rude humor, action and some thematic elements.
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