The Stanley County Buffaloes, Miller/Highmore-Harrold Bandits and Sully Buttes Chargers wrestling teams all met up for the Big Dakota Conference Wrestling Tournament at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre on Saturday.,23 teams in total competed in the one day tournament.,The Bandits placed 11th with 55 team points, while the Chargers placed 21st with six team points.,The Winner Warriors won the Big Dakota Conference Wrestling Tournament by getting 185 team points.,Action for that tournament is scheduled to start at 10 a.m.

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Friday’s Results

Arcanum 39, Franklin Monroe 37: Meeks (A) 11; Conley (FM) 12.,Legacy Christian 76, Yellow Springs 30 read more

Zach Rasile had another career night for McDonald, leading the Blue Devils with 52 points, beating the previous school record of 51.,Maplewood was led by Hunter Bates with 20 points, including four 3-pointers.,Jordan Zupko scored 26 points and Austin Governor added 23 for Mineral Ridge.,Mineral Ridge’s Alexa Harkins led all scorers with 27 points, including three 3-pointers.,Marlington led 30-20 at halftime, but West Branch held the Dukes to four points each in the third and fourth quarters.

Franklin 91, Eaton 47 Franklin Monroe 63, Mississinawa Valley 58 Graham 58, North Union 51, OT Greeneview 52, West Liberty-Salem 44: Nease (WLS) 16; Allen (G) 20.,Tecumseh 60, Bellefontaine 53 Trotwood-Madison 94, Butler 76 Twin Valley South 48, Ansonia 37 Versailles 57, New Knoxville 18: Stammen (V) 20.,Girls Basketball

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He wants them to get paid more and be treated better.But Merwinn, whose big brown eyes peek out from behind an overgrown bowl haircut, is concerned about what will happen to him and his mother if about 31,000 United Teachers Los Angeles union members go on strike.Across the vast Los Angeles Unified School District, which encompasses some 900 schools and 500,000 students, families are beginning to consider all the ways that a teacher walkout would affect their daily lives.,Teachers serve not only as educators but as guidance counselors, mentors and confidants for students going through a crisis or learning to break out of their shells.With extra-curricular activities at school canceled Monday, Merwinn Rojas, 11, sits idle at home, in Los Angeles.The growing likelihood of a strike has parents like Merwinns mother, Angelica Valdovinos, 33, worrying whether their kids could regress academically and socially, and whether theyd be safe at school without the adults theyve learned to respect and depend upon.Apart from robotics, Merwinn gets after-school tutoring and takes Saturday morning classes through a college-prep program at USC, just a few blocks east of Foshay.,The district is preparing to bring in highly paid substitutes, move students into large spaces such as auditoriums, where they can be more efficiently supervised, and ease background checks for parent volunteers.District officials have said all schools would remain open during a strike and that students would be fed and able to attend some after-school programs, though not all extracurricular activities and sports would continue.,Because she gets home from work at 5 a.m., that would mean sleeping just a couple of hours before waking up Merwinn in time for the 7:50 a.m. start.My son is my priority, she said.Jasper Anderson, 15, at baseball practice at Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles, Calif., on Jan. 8, 2019.,They should unite and go as allies to push the county so the county will push the governor to send funds to Los Angeles.At nearby Crenshaw High School, Isreal Lee picked up her son Jasper Anderson after heavy rains forced his coach to cancel what could be one of his teams final baseball practices before the strike.

Northwest 53, Elder 47 Piqua 53, St. Mary’s Memorial 51 Purcell Marian 71, St. Xavier 58 Ross 52, Eaton 42 Stivers 88, Miami Trace 55: Williams (S) 14.,Benjamin Logan 55, North Union 54, OT Butler 68, Fairborn 53 Chaminade Julienne 68, Fenwick 63, 2OT: Nauseef (C) 23; Napier (F) 27.,London 81, Tecumseh 60 Miami East 65, Tri County North 43: Stinson (T) 17; Bertsch (M) 14.,Preble Shawnee 40, Milton-Union 37 Stivers 61, Meadowdale 57 Sidney 72, West Carrollton 55 Springboro 64 , Miamisburg 51: Yates (S) 14; Hall, Hensley (M)11.,Boys Bowling

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Lima Shawnee 78, Coldwater 64: Marcus Bruns had 22 points with 11 rebounds in a losing effort for Coldwater.,Minster 57, Ottoville 47: Mike Ketner put up 20 points and Jarod Schulze scored 17 points with 13 rebounds for Minster.,Girls Basketball

Alter 38, Fenwick 21: Julia Paley paced Alter with 10 points and eight rebounds.,Notre Dame 39: Madeline Westbeld finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead Fairmont.,Troy 42, Fairborn 35: Macie Taylor totaled 22 points and Tia Bass 11 points with 11 rebounds for Troy. read more

Northwest 53, Elder 47 Piqua 53, St. Mary’s Memorial 51 Purcell Marian 71, St. Xavier 58 Ross 52, Eaton 42 Stivers 88, Miami Trace 55: Williams (S) 14.,Benjamin Logan 55, North Union 54, OT Butler 68, Fairborn 53 Chaminade Julienne 68, Fenwick 63, 2OT: Nauseef (C) 23; Napier (F) 27.,London 81, Tecumseh 60 Miami East 65, Tri County North 43: Stinson (T) 17; Bertsch (M) 14.,Preble Shawnee 40, Milton-Union 37 Stivers 61, Meadowdale 57 Sidney 72, West Carrollton 55 Springboro 64 , Miamisburg 51: Yates (S) 14; Hall, Hensley (M)11.,Boys Bowling

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Gortat had not played in the fourth quarter in the first 36 games of the season until the calendar turned, and he responded with his first double-double of the season when the Clippers extended their dominance of the Phoenix Suns with a 121-111 victory Friday night.,Danilo Gallinari and Lou Williams scored 21 points apiece and four other Clippers finished in double figures as they won their third straight against the Suns this season and their 11th straight in the series.,Suns center Deandre Ayton had four points, tying a season low set in the first game against the Clippers on Nov. 28.,They entered the game averaging a league-high 52.4 Williams and Harrell have not started a game this season, and Beverley flip-flopped with Avery Bradley on Nov. 20.,All average at least 25 minutes a game, and Williams (18.2) and Harrell (15.7) are the Clippers' third- and fourth-leading scorers.

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The road was paved to the Final Four, but Nevada’s run ended with a one-point loss to Cinderella story Loyola-Chicago, a bitter end to a banner year that saw Nevada win the Mountain West, earn 29 victories (tied for the most in program history) and reach the Sweet 16 for the second time ever.,Dan Avansino takes aim at Manogue Reno High’s Dan Avansino entered 2018 as the longest-tenured Northern Nevada football coach at the 4A level with the same school.,Nevada women reach MW Tournament final The Wolf Pack women’s basketball team had an up-and-down first season under head coach Amanda Levens, but it ended in historic fashion, with Nevada reaching the Mountain West Tournament title game for the first time in its history.,The Wolf Pack led Boise State for much of the game before a buzzer-beater sent the Broncos to a 62-60 win to deprive Nevada of its first NCAA Tournament berth.,When it was founded in 2008, the Bighorns were Northern Nevada’s first affiliated minor-league team in more than 15 years after the city lost the Reno Silver Sox in 1992.