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Justus Hulse

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JUSTUS HULSE (left) opens up a hole for his teammate Rylan Basart (middle), who had just received a handoff from quarterback Leighton Colburn. The action took place in the Tigers’ game against Spearville, which they lost 14-7.
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Bowling News

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Men High Game Scratch: Eric Lackey 196, Chris Stinchcomb 186, Auldin Morris 177. Men High Series Scratch: Eric Lackey 482, Auldin Morris 514, Chris Stinchcomb and Jeff Besperat 435.
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Troy Rogers and Chloe Plumer

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TROY ROGERS AND CHLOE PLUMER were crowned king and queen in an unusual, but special, Homecoming ceremony held last Friday at Tiger Stadium. With the volleyball team, of which Chloe is a member, in “quarantine,” the proper COVID protocols were followed with the candidates keeping their 15’ distance. However, through the magic of Photoshop, King Troy and Queen Chloe were brought together for this traditional photo. The 2020 Homecoming Royalty consisted of King Troy Rogers, Jace Hull and Markeis Spiller, and Queen Chloe Plumer, Lexi Winklepleck and Harley Kester.
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SHS Tigers drop to 0-3 with loss to Wheatland-Grinnell

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The Stockton Tigers saw their record drop to 0-3 on the season with a 54-22 loss to the Wheatland-Grinnell Thunderhawks in Grinnell last Friday. The box score stats for the game show the two teams playing fairly even, with Stockton running 54 total plays (14 first downs) to the Thunderhawks’ 53 plays (15 first downs), but the Tigers committed 8 penalties for 47 yards, to only 4 penalties for 35 yards for Wheatland-Grinnell.