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Blaine Jemming, son of Michelle Jemming of Woonsocket, was acknowledged as Student of the Month for July during the Extended School Year (ESY) Summer Program at the South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (SDSBVI). He was nominated for being a polite and kind leader; his respectful, helpful, and inclusive attitude; his willingness to work hard and try new things; for being a great role model for younger students; and for being a great ambassador for the SDSBVI.

PICTURED ABOVE are just some of the 22 teams that attended the Scramble in the Sand golf tournament.

The Scramble in the Sand golf tournament was held at Pony Hills golf course in Woonsocket on Saturday, July 28, with 22 teams participating.

Those who placed in the first flight were: first – Elliot Ohlrogge and Rikki Johnson, second – John Baysinger and Jenni Greenway, and third – Shawn Ruml and Brett Stekl;

Winners of the Championship Flight were: first place – Mike Johnson and Patrick Johnson, second place – Brian Goertz and Jevon Goertz, and third place – Rod Weber and Tara Weber.

The following pin prizes were also awarded to competitors: straightest drive – Elliott Ohlrogge, shortest drive – Luke Christenson; women’s longest drive – Regina Teveldal; men’s longest drive – Michael Johnson; closest on the green on #4 – Patrick Johnson; closet to the pin on #8 – Brian Goertz; closest on second shot on #5 – Tara Weber; closest on second shot on #9 – Patrick Johnson; women’s closest chip – Regina Teveldal.

Team members of the Woonsocket U14 softball team competing at the USA National Tournament in Watertown are, back row, left to right: Natalie Evans, Dana Schelske, Lucy Nicholson, Kaitlin Brueske, Brooke Doering, Trinity Boschee, Shelby Sattler and Coach Armando Rodriguez; front row: Lizzy Boschee, Dayton Easton, Trista White, Dilyn Brooks and Ella Poppinga.

The Woonsocket U14 softball team competed in the U14 USA Softball National Tournament this past weekend in Watertown. All the teams competing were from South Dakota, but this tournament is called a “National Tournament” because it uses USA softball national rules. 

…Read about the tournament in detail in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.