Racers fare well in Spearfish
The Rapid City Racers swim team had nine high point trophy winners at the 2016 Black Hills Gold Pentathlon Jan. 30 in Spearfish.
Leading the Racers was co-captain Grace Hofmann (17), with 92 points. She won the 100 backstroke, butterfly and freestyle and took second in the 200 IM. Hofmann won the high point women 17-18 and broke the team records in the 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke and 200 IM.
Joseph Wyatt (10) had 88 points, winning the 50 freestyle. He placed second in the 50 butterfly, breaststroke, backstroke and 100 IM. He was second high point. Abigail Warmbrand (8) finished with 87 points, with a first in the 25 butterfly, second in the 25 freestyle and backstroke and 100 IM, third in the 25 breaststroke. She was second high point.
Miles Johnson (12) had 84 points. He was second high point in men's 11-12. He won the 50 backstroke, placed second in the 50 butterfly and 100 IM, third in 50 breaststroke. Cole Kincart (13) had 84 points and placed third in the 100 breaststroke. He was fifth high point in men's 13-14.
Noah Pineiro (15) took third in the 200 IM and had 73 points and was third high point. Zachary Hooter (16) had 63 points. He was fourth high point. Phillip Pineiro (10) finished with 63 points. Kaley Unterseher (10) had 63 points. She took second in the 50 breaststroke and butterfly. She was fourth high point in women's 9-10.
Sydney Pederson (7) finished with 60 points and Ethan Pineiro (13) had 59. Natalie Montoya (16) had 51 points and was fifth high point. Rivers Bulich (14) finished with 50 and Jackson Wyatt (13) had 48. Hannah Warmbrand (11) totaled 45.
Also for the Racers, Sydney Kincart (14) finished with 45, followed by Calvin Landreth (14) with 39, Jayda Gab (8) with 35, Taylor Todd (12) at 35, Chandra Harris (14) with 34, Peyton Parker (14) with 29, Keaton Fierro (11) with 27, Delaina Don (11) at 17, Rebecca Yeakle (8) with 12, Marie Johnson (10) with 12, Esther Pineiro (9) with nine. Adia Moul (11) and Rayna Yeakle (9) also competed.
Staikoff finishes in 34th place
Ted Staikoff finished 34th in PBA Tournament of Champions Qualifier Sunday in shawnee, Okla. He earned $425.00. Practice was Monday morning with qualifying on Tuesday and Wednesday for the Tournament of Champions.
NEW UNDERWOOD 51, KADOKA AREA 22: Brianna Philipsen came within one blocked shot from a triple-double in leading the Tigers to the big win.
Philipsen finished with 15 points, 14 rebounds and nine blocked shots to lead New Underwood. Jaedyn Finkbeiner finished with 16 points and Lexi Ballard added 12.
Kaylee Eisenbraun led Kadoka Area with 12 points.
New Underwood, 11-4, hosts Lyman on Saturday, while Kadoka Area, 3-13, hosts Rapid City Christian Thursday.