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On Thursday, Oct. 11, the SCW Cross Country team traveled to Gettysburg to run in the Region 4B meet. It was a very cold day with rain and sleet coming down most of the race. The race had actually been postponed from Wednesday due to the five inches of snow that fell on Wednesday in Gettysburg, which made for some very slippery running conditions.

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

Coaches Tracy Moody and Dayna Rodriguez discuss strategy with the SCW junior varsity team during a time out in Tripp on Thursday night.

On Tuesday, Oct. 2, the Lady Blackhawks traveled to Sunshine Bible Academy to play the Crusaders. SCW won in four sets with scores of 25-12, 24-26, 25-17 and 25-13. 

On Thursday, Oct. 4, the Lady Blackhawks were on the road again, and this time they journeyed to Tripp to take on the Tripp-Delmont/Armour Nighthawks. SCW came out on top with a win in five sets. Set scores were 19-25, 25-21, 25-19, 23-25 and 15-12.

The volleyball team started a busy week with a game in Howard on Monday, Oct. 8. Other games this week were in Forestburg and White Lake. All the results will be in next week’s edition of the Sanborn Weekly Journal. 

…Read details about the games in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

This guy sits in front of Larson & Nipe Law Office portraying the image of a lawyer reading a law book. He happens to resemble Jeff Larson, the owner of the Larson & Nipe Law Office, but there has been no confirmation on whether Larson was used as a model for this display or not. The Woonsocket Community Club provided bales for all businesses in town to help decorate for the harvest and hunting seasons. It will be interesting to see what other businesses come up with. This particular “guy” has been both entertaining and frightening, as Sanborn County’s Sheriff claims he scared him half to death on Saturday night when the Sheriff was out investigating the cause of an alarm going off at Skeeters Bar. The alarm turned out to be false, but the call was still eventful for the law enforcement officer, regardless.