experiences disappointment By Parker Knox
Sports Writer A four-game homestand continues for the Vermillion girlsâ�?�? soccer varsity Friday night at 6 p.m. when West Central comes to Cotton Park. The Tanagers will also be home next week at 4 p.m. Tuesday against Harrisburg and at 6 p.m. next Friday against Huron. In what Coach Dave LaCombe described as â�?�?a very disappointing weekend of soccer matches,â�? Vermillion tied Sturgis and lost to Belle Fourche as the Tanagers made a trip to the Black Hills for the second straight weekend. Against Sturgis the Tanagers opened with two early goals from Hannah Nehlich-Arobba and Sophie Nehlich-Arobba, but after that the game turned into a defensive struggle.�? Sturgis outshot the Tanagers, 4-1, and managed the two tying goals as the game ended at 2-2.�? Katie Walsey had 10 saves in goal for Vermillion. Megan Bottlolfson scored the gameâ�?�?s first goal at Belle Fourche, giving Vermillion a short-lived lead.�? â�?�?Belle Fourche was definitely putting a lot of pressure on us,â�? LaCombe said, and the Lady Broncs emerged from their early deficit to gain a 5-1 victory. LaCombe noted his Vermillion club had only one substitute available for both games in the Hills while both opponents were deep on their benches.
VERMILLION, S.D.—The University of South Dakota will conduct a national search for its head men’s basketball coaching position. The process … Read Article