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A Runner's Story: Stephen Heidenreich

Watertown’s Stephen Heidenreich was on the cusp of making the 1976 US Olympic Team before a near-fatal accident set his life on a different course. Alex Heinert shares his story of determination on Episode 110 of Midco Magazine.


Filed Under Midco Sports Magazine | Running/Track and Field

Midco Sports Magazine: Paper Stadiums - A Model Of Success

Trey Ashby is a gym teacher in Papillion, Nebraska who’s been around sports his entire life. But he’s become a model of success in a different arena. It’s been said a man is only as good as his tools. But you won’t find a hammer, drill or saw in the hands of Trey Ashby. “I’ve tried other glue, this is the way to go,” Ashby said describing Elmer’s...


Filed Under Midco Sports Magazine

Embrace Your Pace

Kendra Brouwer's story


Filed Under Midco Sports Magazine | Running/Track and Field

Making an Impact: Les Schroeder

Les Schroeder was diagnosed with hip dysplasia at birth. But he doesn't let that stop him from being a volleyball coach at Tea Area, and making an impact.


Filed Under Midco Sports Magazine | SD High School | Volleyball

Midco Sports Magazine: Augustana Hockey - Breaking Ground

Division I hockey is coming to South Dakota! Augustana University in Sioux Falls plans to drop the puck in the fall of 2023, but the foundation for the program starts right now. Where the future holds ice, the present holds dirt. On the surface, Augustana University’s glide into hockey at the Division I level is a seamless transition. But beneath...


Filed Under College | Hockey | Midco Sports Magazine | Augustana University