The South Tama Trojans (3-8) hosted Benton (9-10) Community in WaMaC Conference action on Tuesday, September 12. The Trojans fell to the Bobcats in three sets (25-15, 25-20 and 25-21). Head coach, Amy Dolash recognizes that mistakes are really hurting the team. "Overall we were slow to start and made too many unforced errors. Its tough to battle in this conference if we're the ones making the majority of the mistakes," said Dolash. Despite the errors, Dolash also recognizes where the Trojans succeed.
D-E-T-E-R-M-I-N-A-T-I-O-N, determination, determination to win. It's a cheer that can be heard chanted by the STC Cheerleaders. It's also the mindset the Trojans had Friday night on the gridiron. Sheer determination, a lot of heart and of course some raw talent was the recipe for South Tama's 29-20 victory over Charles City on Friday, September 8. Last season the two teams went head to head in what ended in a one point, overtime victory for the Comets. The teams were tied 21-21 going into overtime.
South Tama Cross Country hosted their annual home meet at Otter Creek on Monday, September 11. Competing in the race was also the Meskwaki Settlement School's Cross Country teams along with other area teams. The afternoon began with the first race of the season for STC's middle school team. The boys team finished fourth out of seven teams with 96 points. For the middle school girls STC's JoJo Tyynismaa finished 9th (11:04) and Neena Lasley finished 20th (12:30).
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