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The Crow Creek boys finished third at the TC Invite
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Crow Creek CHIEFTAINS - COMING IN HOT to Lakota Nation
Sep 27, 2017

By Rich Winter

As the South Dakota sports world turns to Rapid City for this weekends Lakota Nation Invitational, the folks from Crow Creek are pretty fired up about how their teams are playing. 

 

Tuesday night the Lady Chieftains came into St. Francis and left with a straight-set win, their fifth win in a row. Pretty good stuff for Lyndsie Steckelberb and Shavonne Stepp as the girls started the year off with six consecutive losses.

 

The tide may have begun changing late in the Big Dakota Conference as Crow Creek beat CEB and McLaughlin late in that tournament. 

 

Well winning helps everything and suddenly Crow Creek is 5-6 and red hot heading into Lakota Nation. 

Sep 16 10:10 a.m. CT Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Ft. Pierre (25-19) (25-23) W 41 2-9
Sep 16 10:00 a.m. CT McLaughlin Ft. Pierre (25-19) (25-19) W 41 0-15
Sep 19 5:00 p.m. MT Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Eagle Butte (28-26) (25-21) (19-25) (22-25) (15-12) W 41 2-9
Sep 21 5:00 p.m. MT Crazy Horse Stephan (25-7) (25-15) (25-11) W 41 0-5
Sep 25 6:30 p.m. CT Stanley County Stephan        
Sep 26 6:00 p.m. CT St. Francis Indian St. Francis  


At yesterday's Todd County Invitational in Mission, Crow Creek ninth-grader Trevin McBride showed some BOSS moves on the course, winning the race with a time of 17:32. Winner's Kade Watson was second in 17:38 with the rest of the Lakota Nation contenders, including runners from White River, Todd County and St. Francis well behind. 

14th - Miami Thompson - 19:04

21st - Crow Creek (Don't have the name) - 19:32

30th - Wes Thompson Jr. - 20:10

 

When the dust had cleared after a very competitive meet, Todd County won with 53 points while White River and Crow Creek tied, although 2nd place went to White River with 59 points. 

 

And, all of these runners will lace them up again Saturday for the Lakota Nation Invitational cross-country race. 


 


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