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For Rapid City's Lincoln Feist, playing for one of the most storied college football programs in the country was a dream come true ... and the former St. Thomas More standout talked a little bit about what it meant for him to play for Notre Dame.

THE FIGHTING IRISH rolled THROUGH THE REGULAR SEASON WITH A PERFECT 12-0 RECORD to earn A SPOT IN THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF. 3RD RANKED NOTRE DAME FELL TO CLEMSON 30 to 3 IN THE SEMIFINALS. The Tigers went on to defeat Alabama to win the national championship. FEIST IS NOW DONE WITH SCHOOL AND WILL GRADUATE THIS SPRING with a degree in finance AND HE'S got plenty of great memories from his senior season.

LINCOLN FEIST <"It was really cool, the Michigan game we renewed the rivalry we had with them that was really cool. And then we went to Yankee Stadium and played Syracuse there. That was a big game Syracuse was ranked number 12 at the time, so that was a big time game. We played really well there and that was a great atmosphere and going to Virginia Tech was a really fun game to. It was an awesome feeling, we went 12-0 during the regular season and got to experience a great week down in Dallas at the Cotton Bowl. The game didn't go well against Clemson obviously but it was an awesome year.">

6. We start things off at No. 6 this week with ECHL action and the Rapid City Rush's Andrew Radjenovic welcomes Tulsa's Kyle Rhodes to the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center with the big hit ... the Rush unfortunately fell in this one 5 to 1 ... 5. At No. 5 it's Sturgis against Rapid City Stevens ... and the Scoopers Ryan Garland gets a screen from Gavin West and wastes no time getting into his shot as he drains the triple ... but the Raiders went on to win this one 46 to 34 ... 4. At No. 4 it's Rushmore Thunder hockey against WATERTOWN and the pass is picked OFF BY Rushmore's CAMDEN NAYMAN.....WHO SHOOTS.... AND GETS HIS OWN REBOUND FOR THE GOAL ... and the Thunder got the win ... At No. 3 it's Sturgis and Stevens girls action and the Scoopers' Loralee Stock shows off the vision with the find of Sarah Janz ... but the No. 4-ranked Stevens girls won this one 41 to 31 ...

At No. 2 it's over to the Stevens side as the Raiders' Kyah Watson takes the baseline and nobody is stopping her as she goes to the sweet reverse finish and led Stevens to the win ... And at No. 1 it's the Rushmore Thunder on the Rapid City Rush's home ice as ALEC HUMKE PULLS BACK...... AND LETS IT FLY AND that shot was too heavy for the WATERTOWN goalie ... Rushmore won that one 4-2 over the Lakers and have won eight straight contests.

In this week's South Dakota High School Basketball Media Polls, the Rapid City Stevens boys climbed one spot to third in Class AA, behind No. 1 Sioux Falls Lincoln and defending state champion Yankton ... Brandon Valley and O'Gorman round out this week's top five ... In Class AA girls ranks, things stayed the same with Stevens coming in at fourth behind O'Gorman, Harrisburg and Brandon Valley ...

In the Class A boys poll things stayed exactly the same 1 through 5 with St. Thomas More, Red Cloud and Pine Ridge coming in at third through fifth for yet another week ....

And the biggest shakeup came in Class A girls as St. Thomas More dropped to fifth after a couple of losses and Belle Fourche moved into the top five with a perfect 10-0 record. Lennox, which dropped St. Thomas More in overtime over the weekend at the Hanson Classic, Vermillion and Winner are first through third, respectively ...