The Cavalier Clash roars into its second decade — the last six years with a 16-team format — drawing top-level small-school volleyball competition from across the state. The 2017 edition takes place on Saturday in Tyndall, with a field that includes traditional volleyball powers like St. Thomas more and defending Class B champion Northwestern, as well as strong regional programs like Wagner, Parker, Parkston, Andes Central-Dakota Christian and Beresford, to mention a few.
For Brookings, it was the first victory since the 2015 season after an 0-9 2016 campaign. It was also the Bobcats’ first victory over Yankton since 2009. “Our kids were ready and focused,” said Brookings head coach Lee Schmidt. “It was a great win for our kids and our coaches.”Parker Beers rushed for 158 yards and caught a 7-yard touchdown pass to lead Brookings. Justin Devine rushed for 129 yards and two scores.
On Friday morning, she took those nerves out on her home course and the competition, finishing over a minute and a half ahead of the next competitor in the varsity girls’ race at The Bridges at Beresford Golf Course. Savey clocked a 19:14.59, well ahead of Maddison Fairley of Gayville-Volin (20:55.08). Sioux Falls Christian’s Mia Schnabel (21:04.14) and Micah VanKalsbeek (21:09.42) finished third and fourth, helping the Chargers to the girls’ team title.
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