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Area Athletics - September 15, 2022

Results and stats of games happening in Southwest North Dakota

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DHS def. Legacy High School

Team Scores: DHS 96.2, Legacy 90

Individual Event Leaders:


200 Medley Relay: 2nd, 2:08.64, Ericka Williams, Mara Ellerkamp, Willow Vohs, Brenna Jo Wolbaum; 5th, 2:26.03, Makenna Tippett, Clancy Meyer, Allanah Davis, Kendra Erickson; 7th, 2:44.59, Shaylynn Ziman, Hailey LaQua, Samantha Paintner, Emily LaQua.

200 Freestyle: 1st, 2:02.87, Mara Ellerkamp; 2nd, 2:03.17, Aryana Twist; 6th, 2:27.99, Willow Vohs.

200 IM: 1st, 2:22.75, Taylor Miller; 5th, 2:59.71, Kendra Erickson.

50 Freestyle: 1st, 25.63, Charley Rathgeber; 3rd, 27.53, Hannah Meschke; 4th, 27.59, Molly Ellerkamp.

1 meter Diving: 3rd, 150.40, Brenna Jo Wolbaum; 4th, 142.50, Samantha Paintner; 5th, 117.75, Breanna Erickson.

100 Butterfly: 1st, 1:03.92, Mara Ellerkamp; 5th, 1:16.50, Willow Vohs, 6th, 1:31.04, Emily LaQua.

100 Freestyle: 1st, 56.85, Aryana Twist; 3rd, 1:02.53, Hannah Meschke; 6th, 1:08.42, Makenna Tippett.

500 Freestyle: 1st, 5:53.61, Molly Ellerkamp; 3rd, 6:03.36, Ericka Williams; 6th, 6:39.91, Samantha Paintner.


200 Freestyle Relay: 1st, 1:45.01, Taylor Miller, Molly Ellerkamp, Aryana Twist, Charley Rathgeber; 4th, 1:59.93, Hannah Meschke, Kendra Erickson, Samantha Paintner, Allanah Davis; 7th, 2:33.05, Clancy Meyer, Breanna Erickson, Emily LaQua, Sophia Kruc.

100 Backstroke: 2nd, 1:06.15, Charley Rathgeber; 5th, 1:18.73, Allanah Davis; 6th, 1:27.88, Hailey LaQua.

100 Breaststroke: 1st, 1:14.61, Taylor Miller; 2nd, 1:17.86, Ericka Williams; 6th, 1:32.75, Clancy Meyer.

400 Freestyle Relay: 1st, 3:48.05, Taylor Miller, Aryana Twist, Mara Ellerkamp, Charley Rathgeber; 3rd, 4:11.48, Hannah Meschke, Ericka Williams, Willow Vohs, Molly Ellerkamp; 6th, 5:18.81, Makenna Tippett, Hailey LaQua, Shaylynn Ziman, Sophia Kruc.

"Coming into this meet, we knew it was going to be a close meet all the way through with it coming down to the end, which it did, we knew we would need those relays to pull through and get ahead to be able to win this dual," Jenna Wolf, head coach, said. "They've got a different spark in them this year, which is really pushing them to their highest limits each time they swim, and are surprising themselves to now set new goals to keep reaching even higher."


Beulah def. Mott-Regent 3-0 (25-12, 25-14, 25-17)
Individual Stats
Kills — 4, Samantha Greff; Digs — 6, Jenessa Zentner; Assists — 6, Sophie Johnson


Hettinger Scranton def. Heart River 3-0 (25-15, 25-18, 25-20)
Individual Stats
Kills – 8, Ally Schalesky, 7, Laela Jensen; Digs – 15, Ella Jensen, 9, Laela Jensen, 6, Olivia DeFoe; Assists – 24, Chloe Geaumont; Aces – 3, Sophia Kennedy, 2, Laela Jensen, Schalesky

Bowman County def. Killdeer 3-1 (25-18, 25-17, 27-25, 26-24)

New England def. Richardton-Taylor 3-0 


Teams: 1. Dickinson, 4. Killdeer
Individual record 
1. Eli Hansen, Dickinson; 2. Jace Cofer, Dickinson; 3. Jekori Dahlen, Killdeer; 6. Colton Christenson, Dickinson; 8. Bennett Jorgenson, Hettinger-Scranton

Teams: 1. Dickinson 3. Killdeer
Individual record 
2. Addie Miller, Killdeer; 4. Leila Gregoire, Dickinson; 5. Abby Hardersen, Killdeer; 6. Hannah Geisel, Dickinson; 8. Abby Praus, Dickinson


Legacy def. Dickinson 7-0
Saves: 7, Kaden Hintz; 2, Luis Martinez


U Mary def. DSU Men Golf 3-1-2

U Mary def. DSU Women Golf 4-2

Amber Neate grew up in rural Skull Valley, Arizona. Her passion of covering sports of all types, including personal favorites wrestling, hockey, rodeo and football, began at an early age.

She obtained her Associate of Arts Degree from Yavapai Community College before attending Northern Arizona University for a three-year journalism program. While at NAU, Neate worked as an Assistant Sports Editor for the Lumberjack Newspaper as well as a hockey commentator for KJACK Radio.

Gaining her experience working for a small community paper, The Wickenburg Sun, as a general news and features reporter, her love for sports and a small-town community brings her to Dickinson to cover southwest North Dakota sports.

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