Warriors upset Yankton in first round, advance in 11AA

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       Happening NOW
•Warrior Club: Induction ceremony
                                                                         Warriors upset Yankton in first
seventh period in commons
                                                                        round, advance in 11AA playoffs
    Lunch Time at WHS
•Today’s lunch: Hamburger
                                                                         Up next for team, quarterfinals Monday at R.C. Central
•A la carte lines: Lasagna, chef salad,                                By Lauren Beaumont and Will Erstad
chicken tenders, quesadilla
                                                                                                                                 Football playoff
                                                                               he Warrior football team advanced to
•Thursday: Italian dunker                                                      the quarterfinals of the 11AA football
•Representatives visiting WHS:
Nov. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . Mount Marty-Yankton
Nov. 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Creighton U.-Neb.
                                                                               playoffs as they bumped off third-ranked
                                                                       Yankton 23-19 Tuesday in Yankton.                       picture at a glance
Nov. 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Iowa Lakes C.C.                   The team got off to a quick start after a trick
Nov. 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .U. of Minn.-Morris                 opening kickoff that was recovered near midfield                   Tuesday’s Games:
Nov. 14 . . . . . . . . . . Middlebury College-Vt.                     for WHS. This led to a quick 39-yard gain from
Nov. 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N.D. State U.
                                                                       senior quarterback Jordan Lakatos to junior Tim                         Region 1
                                                                                                                                     O’Gorman 37, Brookings 17
         Group Meetings                                                Marlette, who then scored on the next play.
                                                                           The Warriors then scored on a 69-yard screen              Roosevelt 52, Watertown 28
•Bowling: Team organizational meet-                                    pass from Lakatos to senior Sam Holsen in the                           Region 2
ing for boys and girls 3:15 p.m. today                                 fourth quarter, who returned to the game after               Brandon Valley 38, Lincoln 14
in the commons.                                                        nursing a foot injury.                                            WHS 23, Yankton 19
•Gymnastics: Team orginazational                                           The Warriors were then stifled for three                            Region 3
meeting 4 p.m. today in the gymnas-                                    downs, but on a fourth down conversion                        Aberdeen Central 16, Pierre 8
tics room.                                                             Marlette broke loose on a 65-yard touchdown                      Mitchell 49, Douglas 7
•Book Club: Members will meet at                                       run. Icing the game for the Warriors were senior                        Region 4
3:10 p.m. Thursday in the library.                                     Casey Smith and freshman Trevor Gebhart with                Rapid City Central 33, Spearfish 7
•Baseball: Organizational meeting                                      key interceptions in the final minutes.                     Rapid City Stevens 36, Sturgis 14
3:10 p.m. Thursday in C-104.                                               Holsen said he was thrilled with the victory.
•Key Club Members: Will meet                                               “This win was great for the team’s spirit          Quarterfinal Match-Ups Monday:
Thursday in E-119 at a time TBA.                                       and we all showed a lot of heart,” Holsen said.
•Renaissance Committee: Members                                        “Hopefully, we can keep this enthusiasm up and               Rapid City Stevens at O’Gorman
will meet at 7:30 a.m. Friday in A-                                    beat Central again.”                                          Aberdeen Central at Roosevelt
136.                                                                       The Warriors will look to stay alive in the                Mitchell at Brandon Valley
                                                                       state title hunt when they go to Rapid City to                 WHS at Rapid City Central
                                                                       face Central on Monday.
        Other Reminders
•Honor Roll: Members from sec-
ond semester last academic year will
                                                                         Groups provide Halloween spirit
be honored with ice cream sundaes                                      By Kylie Huether                    party at the Children’s Home         mentary students is a great way
this week—juniors Thursday, sopho-                                     and Jon Economo                     Society. Children will be able       to make a difference for these
mores Friday and seniors either day.                                       Key Club and Peer Helper        to play festive games like musi-     children’s futures” she said.
                                                                       members will be busy celebrat-      cal chairs and beanbag toss in           Halloween treat bags are
                                                                       ing the Halloween season by         a spooky gym setting. Time           also being sold through Friday
           NOW Wednesday Staff
Co-Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kylie Huether                   carving pumpkins, having par-       will also be spent eating special    by Peer Helpers for $2 in sup-
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Whitney Weber               ties and selling candy bags this    surprise treats.                     port of The Banquet. They
Design Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Will Erstad                  week.                                  Peer Helpers will also travel     will be delivered Tuesday.
Staff: Alison Harkness, Natalie Kiskova and Jake Ward                      Pumpkin carving will begin      to Anne Sullivan Elementary              Junior Justyn Roark said she
Brakke, Sam Stanley, Alex Stanley, Brittany Gaster,
Emily Gaster, Lauren Beaumont and Brett Cosand                         at the first bell on Friday         School Thursday evening to           is all about helping people.
Co-Editors-in-Chief . . . Dzenan Berberovic                            morning as Key Club members         spend time with first graders as         “The bags help Peer Helpers
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and Matt Madson             help English language learner       they carve pumpkins.                 help people and the extra
Internet Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eric Mayer
Adviser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jason Lueth
                                                                       (ELL) students. The event is a         Junior Jessica Stensland, a       money goes to The Banquet,”
          The News of Washington is a                                  way for ELL students to learn       member of the Peer Helpers,          Roark said.
  publication of the Orange & Black Staff                              about an American tradition.        said she enjoys being a role             Treat bags may be pur-
    Washington High School–Sioux Falls, S.D.                               On Saturday, Key Club           model for children.                  chased during lunch in the
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             MCT Campus High School Newspaper Service                  members will host a Halloween          “Spending time with ele-          commons this week.

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sometimes when you’re just out walking around, minding          the country, as there is nowhere else for them to go.                  to be placed in a
your own business, not contributing—but at the same                 City dwellers with lots of cats, however, are a whole              drawing to win
time still not detracting from society—and you walk by a        other story. The way I see it, with several thousand other             a variety of door
house with about 57 cats?                                       houses in the city and two animal shelters, there is no logi-          prizes! Be sure to
                                              Now, when         cal reason to keep 30 or more cats.                                    include your first
                                          I say that this is        If anybody happens to live next to one of these cat
                     Hear me. . . cool, I’m talking             lovers, please take care not to classify them as a “crazy cat
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people who live on farms and have lots of cats are exempt                                   Senior Jake Brakke is a crazy cat dude.    the two types of
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