DVC Tournament Champions

January 23, 2019

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The Estelline-Hendricks Girls Basketball Team won the Dakota Valley Conference Tournament with a win over Deubrook (58-55). Redhawks pictured left to right in front are Kaylee Faehnrich, Sophie Johnson, Cora Hofer, Kylie Beare and Faith VanMeveren; in back are Brinn Begalka, Morgan Saathoff, Tiffany Vohlken, Abby Satterlee, Tasha Vohlken, Samantha Kjenstad and Kaylee Johnson.

First round win for the ladies

January 23, 2019

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Kylie Beare is pictured at the free throw line, as she sinks clutch free throws in the win over Deubrook on Jan. 19. The Redhawks won the DVC Conference Tournament, defeating the Dolphins 58-55.

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The Estelline-Hendricks Girls Basketball Team defeated Oldham-Ramona-Rutland in the opening round of the Dakota Valley Conference Tournament. The Redhawks defeated ORR 56-30…

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Redhawks defeat Chiefs

January 23, 2019

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Estelline-Hendricks added another win to their record, defeating Iroquois 54-41 on Jan. 21 in Estelline, South Da­kota.
With a balanced scor­ing attack, Zach Loomis and Marcis Hausman had 13 points apiece for the Redhawks…

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Boys drop two in DVC

January 23, 2019

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Zach Loomis (left), No. 3 Riley Benning and No. 23 Marcis Hausman are ready to defend against the Deubrook offense in the semi-final round of the Dakota Valley Conference Tournament held in White, South Dakota on Jan. 19.

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The Estelline-Hendricks Redhawks fell to Dell Rap­ids St. Mary in the first round of the Dakota Valley Conference tournament in Elkton, South Dakota on Jan. 15. The Redhawks fell to the top-ranked Cardi­nals, 53-83. No stats for the first round game were available.

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Redhawks girls win three

January 16, 2019

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The Estelline-Hendricks Girls Basketball Team un­der the direction of Coach Mike Evert added three wins to their season re­cord in a busy week of basketball. The Redhawks started off the week de­feating Great Plains Lu­theran 52-35 on Jan. 7.
Sophie Johnson led the Redhawks with 15 points, nine rebounds, two as­sists and two steals…
On Jan. 10, Estelline played host as the Red­hawks defeated the Ar­lington Cardinals in a de­fensive battle forth battle. Estelline-Hendricks edged out Arlington 39-37.
Kaylee Johnson led the Redhawk offense with 12 points on the night. John­son also recorded four rebounds and one steal…
The Redhawks finished the week in Hendricks hosting Flandreau Indian School. The Redhawks beat the FIS Indians 50- 42, bringing Estelline- Hendricks to an overall record of 8-2 so far this season.
Kylie Beare led the Red­hawks with 13 points and eight rebounds…

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Redhawks boys win one, lose one

January 16, 2019

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The Estelline-Hendricks Boys Basketball Team de­feated Great Plains Luther­an 65-37 on the road in Watertown on Jan. 7, giving them their second victory of the season.
The Redhawks had a good offensive night with Riley Benning leading all scorers with 18 points…
On Jan. 11, the Redhawks hosted Arlington in Estell­ine, South Dakota. With a low shooting percentage and outsized by the Car­dinals, the Redhawks suf­fered an 18-63 loss.
Jacoby Flegel and Riley Benning had five points for the Redhawks and Dawson Bury added four…

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Redhawk gymnasts soar

January 16, 2019

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Brynn Peterson competes on the balance beam for the Redhawk Gymnastics Team in their victory over the Marshall Tigers. Peterson was the JV All-Around Champion with a personal best 29.35. She also won the uneven bars (6.95), floor exercise (7.8), and was second on the balance beam with a score of 6.8.

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The Redhawk Gym­nastics Team reached new heights in their win against Marshall on Jan. 11. The Redhawks put to­gether a season-high score of 138.65 to defeat the Ti­gers (131.5).
The night started out with a school record for the Redhawks on the vault. The gymnasts tal­lied 35.95 surpassing the previous school record by one tenth of a point…

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Redhawks down Divers

January 10, 2019

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Jesade Siverson plays tough defense against a Lake Preston Diver on Jan. 3 in Estelline, South Dakota.

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The Estellline-Hen­dricks girls basketball teams started out the New Year with wins at all levels against Lake Preston on Jan. 3 in front of a home crowd in Estelline, South Dakota. The Redhawks varsity defeated Lake Preston 66-51. The Red­hawks led the whole game with the largest lead in the fourth quarter of 24.

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Boys battle against Lake Preston

January 10, 2019

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Harrison Wegner goes up for two the Estringer Classic held in Brookings, South Dakota over break. The Redhawks lost 38-39 in a heartbreaker against ORR.

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The Redhawks boys bas­ketball teams were back in action on Jan. 4 hosting Lake Preston.
The Divers defeated the Redhawks 56-42. The Red­hawks had the lead a few times during the game, but fell short in the end.

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Gymnasts defeat Redwood Valley, Luverne in triangular

January 10, 2019

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Sadie Johnson performs her beam routine in victory over Luverne and Redwood. Johnson placed fourth on the balance beam with a score of 8.45.

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The Redhawk Gymnas­tics Team came up with a win on Jan. 4 in a triangu­lar against host Luverne and Redwood Area. The Redhawks scored 132.175 for the victory. Redwood was second with a score of 128.7 and Luverne’s 119.975 put them in third place.
“All of our practices were cancelled over break, due to weather, so I’m super thrilled with what we ac­complished tonight,” said Coach Sherri Johnson. “We had a lot of little things that we did well and a lot of our girls posted personal bests or competed new skills so it was a fun night!”

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