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Lowell Jones

Posted March 11, 2014 at 4:39 pm

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LOWELL JONES wrestled for Miller compiling a record of 62-1. He was a state champion in 1965, 1967, and runner up in 1966. He wrestled and graduated from SDSU. While coaching the Miller Rustlers he helped lead them to a runner up finish in 2002. Jones has four sons and a daughter that wrestled and placed in state tournaments. He has been involved in wrestling for over 50 years. “God Bless Wrestling and the confidence that it gives kids.”

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HONORED POSTHUMOUSLY, LYNN WAGNER wrestled for Miller and was a three-time state champion and a runner up from 1983-1986. Although Wagner was tragically killed in a farm accident at

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    Honored Posthumously

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    LOWELL JONES wrestled for Miller compiling a record of 62-1. He was a state champion in 1965, 1967, and runner up in 1966. He wrestled and graduated from SDSU. While coaching the Miller Rustlers he helped lead them to a runner up finish in 2002. Jones has four sons and a daughter that wrestled and placed in state tournaments. He has been involved in wrestling for over 50 years. “God Bless Wrestling and

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    Wagner Memorial Scholarship

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    LOWELL JONES wrestled for Miller compiling a record of 62-1. He was a state champion in 1965, 1967, and runner up in 1966. He wrestled and graduated from SDSU. While coaching the Miller Rustlers he helped lead them to a runner up finish in 2002. Jones has four sons and a daughter that wrestled and placed in state tournaments. He has been involved in wrestling for over 50 years. “God Bless Wrestling and the confidence

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    Rustlers squash Chieftains

    Tuesday March 4 marked the quarter final round of the Region 6A Boys’ Basketball Tournament for the Miller Rustlers. Standing in their way was the #6 Chieftains out of Crow Creek with a horde of fans, cheerleaders, and “fond” memories in tow. That night, the Miller boys decided to light up the scoreboard like a Las Vegas slot machine when they defeated the Chieftains 91-58.

    The Rustlers took command in the first quarter scoring 16 points and holding the Chieftains to only five. Their offensive productivity

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    Sixth grade volleyball team

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    MILLER FOURTH GRADE volleyball team, front row, l-r: Coach Jessie Ford, Karli Keck, Cynthia Ford, Payton Kilker, Sara Jessen, Layni Stevens, and Coach Lisa Jones; middle row: Aubrey DeHaai, Alana Howard, Elise Propst, Kael Ruhnke; back row: Emily Gibson, Taya Pawlowski, Cooper Oakley, Karsyn Engelmann.

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    FIFTH GRADE GIRLS playing volleyball this season, front row, l-r: Coach Liberty Heilman, Kathryn Aymar, Kaia Heilman, Molly Simons, Callie

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    Fifth grade volleyball team

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    MILLER FOURTH GRADE volleyball team, front row, l-r: Coach Jessie Ford, Karli Keck, Cynthia Ford, Payton Kilker, Sara Jessen, Layni Stevens, and Coach Lisa Jones; middle row: Aubrey DeHaai, Alana Howard, Elise Propst, Kael Ruhnke; back row: Emily Gibson, Taya Pawlowski, Cooper Oakley, Karsyn Engelmann.

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    FIFTH GRADE GIRLS playing volleyball this season, front row, l-r: Coach Liberty Heilman, Kathryn Aymar, Kaia Heilman, Molly Simons, Callie

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    Miller fourth grade volleyball team

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    MILLER FOURTH GRADE volleyball team, front row, l-r: Coach Jessie Ford, Karli Keck, Cynthia Ford, Payton Kilker, Sara Jessen, Layni Stevens, and Coach Lisa Jones; middle row: Aubrey DeHaai, Alana Howard, Elise Propst, Kael Ruhnke; back row: Emily Gibson, Taya Pawlowski, Cooper Oakley, Karsyn Engelmann.

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    FIFTH GRADE GIRLS playing volleyball this season, front row, l-r: Coach Liberty Heilman, Kathryn Aymar, Kaia Heilman, Molly Simons, Callie

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    Crusaders fall short in stand against Sully Buttes

    On Tuesday March 4, the Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders boys’ basketball team travelled to Onida in an attempt to dethrone the Sully Buttes Chargers during the District 4B Basketball Tournament. At 14-6 during the regular season, the Chargers came into the District Tournament holding the top seed and a first round bye. The #5 Crusaders looked to continue the momentum that had built after upsetting #4 Highmore-Harrold earlier in the tournament. A Crusader win would have been the story of the tournament and they went toe to toe with the Chargers for the

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    Crusaders Cage the Golden Eagles

    On Monday Feb. 10, 2014 Mitchell Christian traveled to Miller to take on Sunshine Bible Academy. Starters were Cole Buer #5, Issac Clark #21, Drew McClain #23, Malachi Clark #31, and Brian La Due #43 for Sunshine Bible Academy. Starting for Mitchell Christian were, Austin Bormann #10, Cody Gromer #15, Ethan Cooper #20, Wes Vander Pol #24, and Chandler Nelson #30.

    Lead scoring players for the Crusaders and Golden Eagles respectively were (Brian La Due 19 and Malachi Clark 13), and (Austin Bormann 14 and

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    Winner Warriors end the Lady Rustler basketball season

    After defeating Crow Creek 59-52, the Miller girls’ basketball team advanced to face Winner in the semifinals of the Region 6 State Qualifying Tournament. The Lady Rustlers finished the season at 8-12 and were the number four seed entering regions. It was David versus Goliath on Thursday, Feb. 27. Winner had a 19-1 record and secured the top seed for the tournament. David was not victorious this time and despite their best efforts, the Lady Rustlers were defeated by the Warriors 29-83.

    The Lady Rustlers were

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