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Blackhawks win two games over Christmas break

Noah Dickson scores his 1,000th career point

Noah Dickson goes up for a layup in the game against Miller in Huron on Jan. 3. The layup scored Dickson’s 1,000th point in his basketball career.

The SCW boys hosted the Mt. Vernon/Plankinton (MVP) boys in a double header played on Thursday, Jan. 2, in Woonsocket. 

The JV teams played first, with the boys’ JV losing a close one to the end by one point and a final score of 30-31.  Stats leaders for the SCW boys’ JV were Brady Larson with nine points, seven rebounds and five steals. Tryce Slykhuis also contributed nine points, and Andrew Lindgren helped out with four points and six rebounds.

The varsity boys played the final game of the night and worked hard for a strong victory over the MVP Titans with a final score of 69-43. 

…Read on and see additional photos in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

The WSWWW wrestling team performed well again this past weekend. On Saturday, Dec. 21, they traveled to Plankinton to participate in the Mt. Vernon/Plankinton Titan Invitational. With five wrestlers placing in the top five, the team earned sixth place, which makes it the third tournament they have placed in the top six as a team so far this season.

In the MVP Invitational on Saturday, Kaden Carter placed fifth in the 113-pound weight class; Joey Hoverson placed fourth at 120 pounds; Keegan Haider earned the championship at 138 pounds; Landon Wolter placed fourth at 160 pounds; and Quinten Christensen earned the championship in the 220-pound weight class.

The next mat action for the WSWWW wrestlers will be on Saturday, Jan. 4, at the McCook Central/Montrose Invitational tournament in Salem.

…See a team photo in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

Pictured are the Chad Wentland family, of Corsica, with members of the Woonsocket National Honor Society, Woonsocket Student Council and the Artesian-Letcher and Woonsocket baseball teams, who were just some of the kids who helped with the fundraisers held on Thursday night to help the Wentland family with Chad’s fight against cancer.

The highlight of the night for the SCW vs. Corsica-Stickney games played in Woonsocket last Thursday night was the fundraiser that was conducted by the Pony Hills Thunder Baseball team for Chad Wentland. Wentland is from Corsica, and his son is a member of the Corsica-Stickney boys’ basketball team. Wentland is currently fighting neuroendocrine cancer and has been for the past three years. He was most recently informed in October that his cancer had metastasized after tumors were found on his liver and three different bones.

….Read on in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

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