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Bridger Roberdeau, left, of Spearfish, and Corrin Burke, of Rapid City Stevens, battle for the ball Saturday in a match at Sioux Park.

The Rapid City Stevens and Spearfish boys' soccer teams ended their regular seasons with a scoreless tie at Sioux Park Stadium Saturday.

Spartan goalie Gene Glover recorded seven saves while Raider goalie Carter Waggoner stopped five.

Stevens had a chance in the 25th minute, when Tage Tyler fielded a Ross Moriatry corner kick, but the shot was quickly smothered by Glover. 

In the 54th minute Spearfish had a pair of chances, Johan Peterson had a breakaway opportunity but couldn't shake off Stevens defender Ian Helgeson. The two jockeyed for position in front of the net, and a contested Peterson shot went to the right of the goal.

A few minutes later Raiders and Spartans battled for control of a loose ball in front of the Stevens goal, but the Raiders were able to successfully clear the ball away.

"We played better in the second half," Stevens coach Dave Sharp said. "Chase (Culbertson) did a fantastic job back there, Corrin (Burke) stepped it up, Ian did a solid job and our keeper Carter, he kept our butts in it. Defensively we did well and played with a lot of fight."

Stevens finished the regular season 6-3-2 and is currently ranked fifth in the Class AA standings. It is off until the state playoffs, which begins Oct. 2. Spearfish moves to 9-2-2 and is currently sixth in the standings, and will face St. Thomas More Thursday in the final match of the regular season.

ST. THOMAS MORE 10, DOUGLAS/RAPID CITY CHRISTIAN 0: Spencer Lund had three goals and two assists in a win against the Patriots on the road.

Jordan Oster, Carter Janssen and Andrew Evans had two goals apiece and Owen Anderson had one goal.

Evans, Anderson and Jens Christensen all had an assist. 

STM, 9-2-1, hosts Spearfish Thursday while Douglas/Rapid City Christian, 2-9, hosts Sturgis Tuesday.

RAPID CITY CENTRAL 4, BELLE FOURCHE 0: Central moved to 6-2-3 with a win to close the regular season against Belle Fourche.

No other information was made available.

Central will wait to see who its first round playoff opponent will be, while Belle Fourche, 2-7-2, closes the regular season on the road against Groton Area Saturday.

Girls' Soccer

RAPID CITY STEVENS 6, SPEARFISH 0: Lexie Wood and Ellie Schad had big days as Rapid City Stevens ended the regular season with a strong win.

Wood got the scoring started with a penalty kick goal in the 26th minute. Bryanna Kuhn assisted Sydney Kuyper in the 34th minute, and 30 seconds later Ellie Schad made it 3-0, which was the score at halftime.

In the 57th minute Kuhn added an unassisted goal, in the 63rd minute Wood scored her second goal of the game on an assist from Riley Schad and Ellie Schad finished the scoring in the 68th minute with an unassisted goal.

Stevens, 8-2-1, knows it will be hosting a first round playoff game but doesn't know who it will be against. Spearfish, 3-6-4, ends the regular season against St. Thomas More Tuesday.

RAPID CITY CENTRAL 10, BELLE FOURCHE 0: The Cobblers ended the regular season with a blowout win on the road against Belle Fourche.

No other information was made available.

Central ends the regular season 6-3-2 and will wait for its playoff opponent. Belle Fourche, 3-7-2, ends the regular season Saturday against Groton Area.

ST. THOMAS MORE 4, DOUGLAS/RAPID CITY CHRISTIAN 0: The Cavs topped the Patriots on the road Saturday.

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STM, 2-7-2, hosts Spearfish Tuesday while Douglas/Rapid City Christian, 0-9, hosts Sturgis Tuesday.

Volleyball

Elk Point-Jefferson wins Belle Fourche Invitational

Elk Point-Jefferson made quick work of St. Thomas More in the championship match of the Belle Fourche Invitational Saturday, winning in two sets 25-12 and 25-8. 

The Huskies went undefeated in pool play, and didn't lose a set all tournament. They topped Hot Springs (25-10, 25-12), Moorcroft, Wyo. (25-16, 25-13) and Sturgis (25-6, 25-11). They topped Belle Fourche in the quarterfinals 25-21, 25-17 before topping Spearfish in the semifinals 25-14, 25-15.

Hill City defeated Rapid City Christian 25-13, 21-25 and 26-24 in the consolation bracket championship.

Elk Point-Jefferson is now 19-2 on the season.

Girls' tennis

Raiders win two in Pierre

Rapid City Stevens topped Huron 9-0 and Aberdeen Central 8-1 Saturday in Pierre to improve to 23-1 on the season.

Against Huron, Peyton Forney topped Kayla Harvey 10-3, Ashley Lundstrom beat Audrey Rubish 10-1, Katie Conrad stopped Eh Tev Ler Hae 10-0, Abby Sherill beat Beth Engelhart 10-3, Julia Weidmeier topped Madelynn Lord 10-0 and Erica Wing beat Htee Say 10-1.

In doubles action, Forney/Lundstrom beat Harvey/Rubish 10-2, Conrad/Dehler stopped Engelhart/Lord 10-2 and Weidmeier/Wing topped Say/Bianca Medina 10-0.

Against Aberdeen Central, Forney beat Olivia Goetz 10-2, Lundstrom topped Mirra Frohling 10-1, Conrad edged out Yugeng Peng 10-6, Dehler stopped Alice Vogel 10-2 and Wing beat Megan Thone 11-10 (2).

Sherill fell in singles action to Emily Ringgenberg 10-8.

In doubles action Forney/Lundstrom beat Goetz/Frohling 20-8, Conrad/Dehler topped Peng/Carly Comstock 10-6 and Weidmeier/Wing stopped Ringgenberg/Thone 10-6.

Stevens is next in action against Rapid City Central Tuesday.

Central splits in Pierre

Rapid City Central played two close matches, winning one and dropping one in Pierre. The Cobblers beat Pierre 5-4 and lost to Huron 6-3.

Against Pierre Central got four wins in the singles action. McKenzey Crowley topped Sabrina Kintz 10-8, Dayton Franke beat Carissa Ott 10-1, Lindsey Pfingston stopped Rose Gunderson 10-1 and Harper Keim beat Kara Weiss 10-6.

Kiana Johnson fell to Caitlin Ott 10-0 and Aria Friederich lost to Catlin Ott 10-1.

In doubles action Crowley/Pfingston topped Kintz/Carissa Ott 10-6. Franke/Keim fell to Sidney Tedrow/Weiss 10-7 and Johnson/Friederich fell to Marlee Shorter/Gracie Zeeb 10-4. 

Against the Tigers, Pfingston and Keim got singles wins. Pfingston topped Eh Ter Ler Hae 10-0, and Keim beat Bethany Engelhart 10-5. Crowley fell to Kayla Harvey 10-5, Franke lost to Audrey Rubish 10-3, Johnson fell to Madelynn Lord 10-3 and Friederich lost to Htee P. Say 10-3.

Franke/Keim got the win in doubles, beating Engelhart/Lord 10-1. The team of Crowley/Pfingston fell to Harvey/Rubish 10-3, while Johnson/Friederich fell to Bianca Medina/Say 8-0. 

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