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It was hot, it was dusty, and it was ripe with adversity.  The Dogie Cross Country team was in the same boat as all runners at the meet in Sturgis Thursday, as each had to suffer through some miserable conditions. The challenges presented proved themselves difficult as nearly every participant put...
The Dogies had another tough weekend under the Friday Night Lights, traveling to Tongue River to take on the Eagles in a conference match-up which ended with head coach Matt Conzelman’s squad on the wrong end of a 7-30 final score. “We played with the No. 2-ranked Eagles for three quarters,”...
In a drought-ridden agricultural region, it really feels wrong to complain about moisture, but when it comes to outdoor sports, rain really throws a wrench into the works, and that was exactly what happened last Thursday as the Newcastle Cross Country team went to Custer for its weekly competition...

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Senior Hogan Tystad gets ready to tuck and run back a punt return in Friday’s home opener against the Burns Broncs.

 
Everything that could go wrong did on Friday, as the Dogies played host to the Burns Broncs in their Homecoming game. Penalties, errors, a lightning delay and rain all presented adversity to head coach Matt Conzelman’s team throughout the evening. However, the offensive onslaught of the Broncs did...
The Friday Night Lights burned brightly in Wheatland last Friday as the Dogies traveled to take on the Bulldogs in their conference opener. After playing against three tough 3A teams in the first two weeks of the season, head coach Matt Conzelman knew his team had the goods to defeat the Bulldogs,...
Last Thursday, the Dogie Cross Country squads headed to Belle Fourche where temperatures were expected to climb into the high 90s. As such, start time was moved up to 9 a.m. rather than 1 p.m., but although the heat did not become a factor, the air quality was less than desirable with the smoke...
The Dogie and Lady Dogie cross country teams hit the trail in the northern Hills Friday for their second meet of the season as they competed in the Spearfish Invitational. Despite running in blistering heat, to a man — or woman — every runner who ran in Newcastle last week saw significant time...

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The Dogies were off and running last Thursday in their opening, and only home, meet of the season. Pictured left to right are Logan Olson, Archer Ohnstad, Ben Carter, Sam Scribner, Caleb Hoover, Thatcher Troftgruben and Sam Cunningham.

 
The starting pistol went off for the Dogie and Lady Dogie cross country teams as they began their 2022 season with their home meet at the Newcastle Country Club golf course on Thursday. Though the turnout for the meet was less than what head coach Kathy Beehler was hoping to see, she was pleased...
Get ready Dogie and Calves athletes! The 2022 Fall season is about to begin! The summer has flown by, and while we may grieve the end of lazy days and nights, the fall sports seasons — less than a week away from getting under way — are super exciting! Pre-season practices get under way on Monday,...

Hayden Overman and family. Photo by Sonja Karp

 

Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Editor   Aidan Chick and Hayden Overman signed their names on the dotted line May 18, as each committed to continue their athletic careers at the next level. Chick will be taking his hoops skills to the Missouri Baptist University basketball team in St. Louis, Mo., next year,...

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