As they celebrate homecoming Friday night against Sioux Valley, the Lennox football team will also be supporting a good cause. The team will be accepting donations to help the family of Hills-Beaver Creek (Minn.) senior Trenton Bass offset some of his current healthcare and rehab costs resulting from a traumatic injury he sustained during a football game on Sept. 8. Though surgery to repair the C5 and C6 vertebrae was successful, Bass has been formally diagnosed as paralyzed.
There has been some added pressure coming into 2017 for Washington senior Will Grevlos, the latest Argus Leader Athlete of the Week presented by Sanford Health. Of course, that was to be expected after his record-setting performance at last year’s state meet. “You have the state record, you feel like you need to play like that,” Grevlos said.
In a pair of homecoming gridiron battles Friday, Sept. 15, in Dell Rapids, the Quarriers beat West Central 35-13, and the Cardinals fell 36-8 against De Smet When West Central finally got on the scoreboard with a 55-yard touchdown run from Devon Garry late in the second quarter, Dell Rapids coach Steve Hansen asked his team a simple question: “How are you going to respond?” They waited until after the halftime break, but the Quarriers responded in a big way, posting 14 unanswered points to...
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