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Geoffrey Preston

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Past articles by Geoffrey:

BHSU men and women cross country make national championships

The Black Hills State men's and women's cross country teams qualified for the NCAA Division II national championships Monday. → Read More

Raiders win state volleyball title over Washington

For the first time since 2007, the Rapid City Stevens volleyball team has won the Class AA state championship. → Read More

Top-ranked Stevens looks to stay that way at state

One year ago, the Rapid City Stevens volleyball team came one set away from the Class AA state tournament mountain top, only to fall just short. → Read More

Rapid City Christian playing the underdog role with confidence

Twenty years ago, Rapid City Christian volleyball competed in its last state tournament. With the help of some magic and a string of upsets, the Comets will be back in → Read More

Hill City rolls to regional win over Custer

Hill City coach Lindsey Wathen knew she would have a challenge making sure her No. 2 seeded Hill City volleyball team didn't overlook No. 7 seed Custer in the first → Read More

Rapid City native Adam Vinatieri breaks all-time NFL points record

Rapid City native and Indianapolis Colts place-kicker Adam Vinatieri has broken the all-time NFL points record previously held by Morten Andersen. → Read More

Rush rally but fall to the Americans

A strong performance by both goaltenders made for an entertaining game at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Friday night, but one that the Rapid City Rush ended up on the → Read More

Wall gets over last year's loss to Castlewood with 28-20 win

The Wall football team remembers 365 days ago very well, although it would probably like to forget. A 54-0 loss to Castlewood in the Class 9B playoffs ended the Eagles' → Read More

Rush to open with chip on their shoulder

As Rapid City Rush coach Daniel Tetrault prepared for the start of the season, a team from the NHL came to mind when he thought about how he wanted his → Read More

Ellie Schad's PK enough to put Raiders in title match

Rapid City Stevens forward Ellie Schad stepped up to take a penalty kick in the 61st minute of the Class AA girls soccer state semifinal the same way she would → Read More

Rapid City teams all advance to quarterfinals

It was a good day for Rapid City soccer Tuesday at Sioux Park Stadium. → Read More

Comedian Travis Swartz in Black Hills on Fly Fishing Film Tour

When Travis Swartz, also known as Hank Patterson, agreed to come to Rapid City to speak at the Elks Theatre last February on behalf of the Black Hills Fly Fishers, → Read More

Stevens runs past Cobblers in three sets

It had been 10 days since the Rapid City Stevens volleyball team suffered its only loss of the year to Sioux Falls Washington on the road. Tuesday night at Carold → Read More

Stevens girls win, boys' game ends in tie

Two weeks ago the Rapid City Stevens boys' and girls' soccer teams lost to their cross town rival, Rapid City Central. Tuesday night, as they celebrated their seniors at Sioux → Read More

STM sweeps Custer; Golddiggers up next

With a matchup of two of the top three volleyball teams in region 8A coming up on Thursday, Tuesday night's match between St. Thomas More and Custer could have served → Read More

Central boys, girls get sweep of Raiders

The result of the Rapid City Central and Rapid City Stevens girls' soccer game had Cobbler coach Mark Morgan doing cartwheels. → Read More

Central boys, girls soccer sweeps Sturgis

The Rapid City Central girls' and boys' soccer teams came into Sioux Park Stadium on a mission, and ahead of a tough weekend in Pierre and Aberdeen, both Cobbler teams → Read More

Sportsman Against Hunger helping those in need

South Dakota Sportsman Against Hunger recently reported the numbers of donated meat from different species from fall of 2017 to summer of 2018. → Read More

Rivals Wall, New Underwood to open 2018 season

Less than 34 miles separate Wall and New Underwood, and Friday night both football teams open the 2018 season against each other. → Read More

After early playoff exit in 2017, Hill City reloads for 2018

Throughout the summer, the way the 2017 football season ended was all Hill City quarterback Noah Krull could think about, as well as running back and linebacker Tyler Arnold could → Read More