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Entries for August 2007

The Yellow Jackets volleyball team opened a week ago with a scrimmage at the Donald E. Young Center against South Dakota School of Mines, Sheridan College, and Miles City College. The following day they traveled to Dickinson, North Dakota to scrimmage South Dakota School of Mines, Dickinson University, Minot State University, and Northern State University.

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The Yellow Jackets took the field on Saturday afternoon for their last tune up scrimmage before they travel to Helena, Montana to play Carroll College. “We wanted to start out really basic on offense to minimize mistakes. The execution was good and we had no penalties,” according to Coach Scott.

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Preseason rankings were released this past week and Black Hills State men’s and women’s teams are both ranked #1 in Regional competition.

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On August 18, the football team took the field for their first Jacket vs. Jacket scrimmage. This was a great opportunity for the players to get their first taste of live action. During the scrimmage we were able to see the 1st string offense vs. the 1st string defense. “We made good progress and the mistakes we made are correctable,” according to Coach Scott.

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Four members of the Yellow Jacket cross-country team participated in the 12th annual Race for the Cure, held in Cheyenne, Wyoming this past weekend. The event, which included over 2,000 participants, volunteers, and spectators, is a 5k run/walk through the streets of Cheyenne and is held annually to increase awareness and fight against breast cancer.

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BHSU Football is ranked 10th in the 2007 NAIA Preseason Rankings that came out on August 13th. Click here to view the 2007 rankings. The Yellow Jackets will open their season at Carroll College on September 1st.

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On Saturday, August 11th, the Yellow Jacket Football Program welcomed 36 newcomers into the program by arriving on campus to start the 2007 training camp. Of the 36 arriving, 35 of them are freshman.

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