Spartans girls shut out Douglas/RCC

The lone senior for the Spartan girls’ soccer team scored the game-winning goal against Douglas/Rapid City Christian Patriots at home, on senior night.

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Madiera Lister gains possession of the ball. Lister, a defender, was brought forward in the final minutes of the game Thursday, and scored her first goal of her high school career to end the game with a 10-0 win over Douglas/RC Christian. Pioneer photo by Mark Watson


SPEARFISH ‘ Thursday’s soccer game may not have had a fairy tale ending for Madiera Lister, but it must have been pretty close.

The lone senior for the Spartan girls’ soccer team scored the game-winning goal against Douglas/Rapid City Christian Patriots at home, on senior night. Lister has been a starter for the varsity team since she was an eighth-grader, but as a defender she rarely had an opportunity to put a shot on goal ‘ so it was only fitting then, that in the waning minutes of her final home game of her high school soccer career, she scored her very first varsity goal.

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GARDNERVILLE ‘ In the first runs of the year for the Spring Creek and Elko cross country athletes, several booked their ways to medal finishes.

At the Douglas Class Races, at Lampe Park, in Gardnerville ‘ Spring Creek sent a pair of sisters to elite finishes, one topping her fellow seniors, and two Elko boys legged out third-place performances.

Spring Creek’s Rylie Lusk blitzed the senior competition, winning the 2.55-mile race with a time of 16:11 ‘ besting second place by nine seconds.

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KMAland High School Cross Country Recap: Thursday, August 30th

Logan-Magnolia had five of the top 10 scorers on their way to winning the girl’s team championship. The Panthers scored 25 to finish ahead of Woodbury Central/Kingsley-Pierson (54 points), Denison-Schleswig (96), AHSTW (118) and Tri-Center (128) in the top five.

The individual champion came from Tri-Center, as sophomore Peyton Pogge ran a 17:57.02 to win the race. Lo-Ma followed with the next three, as Taylor Sporrer (18:10.37), Courtney Sporrer (18:29.74) and Kylie Morrison (19:27.07) ran 2-3-4.

Denison-Schleswig’s Raegan Andersen was fifth with a 19:48.74 before Violet Lapke of Lo-Ma came in sixth. Morgan Goslar of Denison-Schleswig was 9th, and Erica Nolting of Lo-Ma finished in 10th.

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