Some big moments and big performances in the All-Nations Football Conference this past weekend….Red Cloud and Crow Creek continue to dominate but there are some teams around the league that are improving. Marty picked up their first win of the year and Oelrich’s also found the win column while Crazy Horse scored their first TD this season.
First some housekeeping…
Scores Week 3
Red Cloud, CEB 6
Little Wound 78, Takini 6
Oelrich’s 18, Crazy Horse 8
Lower Brule 52, Tiospa Zina 0
Marty 26, St. Francis Indian 14
Crow Creek 54, Flandreau Indian 8
This coming weekend will see all 12 teams from the All-Nations Conference competing during the fall Lakota Nation Activities. The games will be played at Sioux Park on Lake Canyon Road.
Some juicy matchups this weekend.
Week Four – Lakota Nation Invitational (Rapid City)
Some huge numbers posted across the state this weekend.
Izaiah Sorace was monstrous for Crow Creek….
The offensive line from Lower Brule: Mason Jandreau, JJ Estes and Ethan Colombe paved the way for 424 yards rushing on just 30 carries.
Little Wound lineman Dale Pourier was a wrecking ball for the Mustangsr 9 tackles 3 sacks 4 tackles for loss 1 safety 1 forced fumble 1 fumble recovery
Those Players of the Week awards will be announced on Tuesday evening…
So, here is your All-Nations, Sacred Hoops/Big Sioux Media - Week 4 poll
No. 1 Red Cloud
No. 2 Crow Creek
No. 3 Lower Brule
T-4 Tiospa Zina
T-4 - Little Wound
T-4 - Cheyenne Eagle Butte
Last week’s Crow Creek vs. Flandreau Indian School game can be seen on Big Sioux Media at
Just a video highlight but dang….Mr. Sorace was on fire on Saturday…