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On Tuesday, June 14, the SDVFW 16U Letcher Hawks baseball team traveled to Chamberlain for a doubleheader. They ended the night of play with two tough losses. The final score for one game was 6-7, Chamberlain, and the final score of the second game that night was 5-10, Chamberlain. 

On Thursday, June 16, both the 14U and 16U teams made the beautiful trek to Gregory to play a doubleheader there. Unfortunately, both teams struggled defensively and both teams lost to Gregory with a score of 2-15. 

In their next game, the Hawks will face Gayville in Letcher on June 27 and the 14U team will go up against Miller on June 28, also in Letcher. The 14U team will end the month of June with a home game in Letcher against Parkston. 

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

On Tuesday, June 7, the SDVFW Letcher Hawks traveled to Castlewood for a double header with both the 14U and 16U teams playing. Despite Castlewood taking an early lead with five runs scored in the first inning to Letcher’s four, the young Hawks scored 21 runs in the second inning to bring home the victory in just four innings. The final score was 29-6, Hawks.

The 16U boys also had a good night with their two pitchers not allowing a single hit and the team scoring eight runs in the sixth inning. The final score was 18-5, Hawks.

The 16U Hawks had their next game on Tuesday, June 14 in Chamberlain, and both teams travel to Gregory tonight (Thursday). They have next week off and will see their next field play on Monday, June 27 in Letcher against Gayville starting at 5:30 p.m.

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

On Friday, June 10, the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket girls basketball coaches and team traveled to Brookings to participate in the South Dakota State University basketball camp. SCW girls played teams from Hill City, Sisseton, Shanley, Parkston, Sioux Valley and Baltic. The girls had a full day of basketball. They also met up with Sanborn Central alumni and SDSU girls basketball star, Myah Selland. The SCW team members presented Selland with a donation for the SDSU Women’s Basketball players’ nonprofit organization, Her Turn, that raises money for girls to attend SDSU athletic camps at no charge. The non-profit was started this year by Selland and SDSU teammate Tori Nelson.

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

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