While no Black Hills Area teams made their way to the DakotaDome last weekend, but there were still plenty of outstanding moments over the course of both the college and high school season.
We look back on just a few of them in this week's edition of the FOX's Finest.
<10-2 Hill City facing Philip. Rangers going to work, Noah Krull hits Chance Simmons who races to the corner where he finds the end zone, but also photographer Jeff Voss.
Voss takes the hit like a champ and pops right back up with not damage to himself or his camera.
The Rangers take a four-point halftime lead, but Philip storms back to win it 30 to 18 the final score.
9-18 Speaking of Special Teams, Spearfish hosting the Belle Fourche Broncs.
Immediately following a Belle Fourche touchdown, the Spartans go to work.
Belle kicks it short, fielded by one Spartan who back tracks a bit and hands it off to Braeden Ferguson and he turns on the jets and is gone. The big kick return for the touchdown boosts Spearfish to its first win of the season as they get the victory 36 to 13.
9-11 To the College game with Black Hills State squaring off against Fort Lewis College.
Black Hills State on the drive. The junior stud quarterback Ryan Hommel keeps it on the 3rd down - needing 26 yards to move the chains. He *gets* 26 yards, and he's still going! This QB's got legs! Hommel takes it in for the 74 yard touchdown. The Yellow Jackets failed on the 2 point conversion and take the 6-nothing lead.
And Fort Lewis College takes home the win, 17-13 the final score.
9-25 Hot Springs hits the road against Belle Fourche and the Bison off to a big start against the winless Broncs. Opening kickoff and Hot Springs' Morgan Harkless goes 90 yards on the kick-off return for the touchdown. Despite the big return, Belle Fourche chalks up its first 'W' of the season 30-to-27.
10-23 Wall hosting Bison in the first round of the Class 9-B playoffs and the Eagles running on all cylinders.
Wall's third offensive possession and the give goes to Trey Elshere and Elshere is off to the races, going 90 yards untouched for another Wall TD 20-0 in just the first quarter and the Eagles pound out the 59-to-6 win.>