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South Dakota Playoffs Continue

South Dakota Playoffs Continue

High school football playoff action continued in South Dakota on Monday.

Class 9AA
Quarterfinal

Arlington 28, Elkton-Lake Benton 23

Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 49, Hill City 8

Deubrook 57, Kimball/White Lake 20

Gregory 43, Menno-Marion 12

Class 11A
Quarterfinal

Dell Rapids 42, Belle Fourche 6

Hot Springs 51, Chamberlain 0

Madison 54, Vermillion 11

West Central 47, Tea Area 7

Class 9A
Quarterfinal

Howard 56, New Underwood 6

Leola/Frederick 38, Lemmon/McIntosh 0

Potter County 44, Herreid/Selby Area 30

Wolsey-Wessington 61, Alcester-Hudson 35

Class 11B
Quarterfinal

Canton 34, Aberdeen Roncalli 13

Parkston 34, Custer 6

St. Thomas More 34, Redfield/Doland 0

Winner 18, Tri-Valley 16

Class 9B
Quarterfinal

Avon 46, Dell Rapids St. Mary 8

Hamlin 30, Hitchcock-Tulare 22

Harding County 28, South Central 6

Wall 28, Faulkton 12

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