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Warriors compete at NPL Powerlifting

Mason, Selph win divisions

     On March 23, 18 Southern Cloud students (12 boys, 6 girls) sacrificed their afternoons and headed southwest to Wilson to compete in this year’s Northern Plains League Power-Lifting Meet.   This is the most to attend from Southern Cloud, breaking last year’s high of 14.       At a power-lifting meet, the students compete in three separate core lifts which are the bench press, the squat, and the hang clean.  Each lifter gets three total lifts at each station, meaning whether they complete their third attempt successfully or not, they are done with that . . .

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Schmidt named to First-Team NPL

All-State Honorable Mention

     Lady Warrior junior Rayna Schmidt was named to the Northern Plains League’s First Team All-League team for the 2015-2016season.  As always, the team was voted on by the coaches of the NPL, with coaches not being allowed to vote for their own players.  Schmidt, a member of the Second Team a season ago, averaged 15.1 points per game along with 3.1 steals.  The 2014-2015 NPL First Team did not have a senior on it, meaning Schmidt was able to bump a returning player from a season ago to earn the honor.       To add to Schmidt’s achievements for the season, . . .

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Graham & Pelkey named to All-NPL

The Southern Cloud Boys’ Basketball team is honored to have Connor Graham and Austin Pelkey named to the Northern Plains All League Teams. Connor Graham, a 6’3” Senior, was named to the honorable mention team. Connor led the team in scoring at 8.7 points per game this past season, shooting 38% from inside the arch. Connor was our leading rebounder averaging 8.3 rebounds per game along with 1 assists per game. Austin Pelkey, a 5’8” Senior, was named to the honorable mention team. Austin averaged 7.1 points per game Austin’s shooting percentage was 34% from outside the arch and 36% from . . .

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