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04 Broadcaster Press February 19, 2013 www.broadcasteronline.com One in a VerMillion Meet Hazen Bye By David Lias david.lias@plaintalk.net Hazen Bye is wellknown in Vermillion as part of a progressive family that has always remained highly involved in the local business community. Late this fall, he decided to take on another venture. It's not exactly a new role – he's done this sort of thing before. Hazen is devoting a great deal of his time this year to serve as head coach of the Vermillion Tanager wrestling team. “I actually coached seven years, back in the late 1980s through 1994, somewhere in there,” he said. Hazen, a graduate of Vermillion High School, was a member of the Tanager wrestling squad, and from there went on to wrestle for South Dakota State University. “I wrestled there for about three years,” he said. This year, the Tanager grapplers needed a coach, “and I applied for the job and got it,” Hazen said. The Vermillion wrestling team has been in a unique position over the years, relying at times on people from the community rather than members of the school staff to serve as the squad's coach. It's a trend that concerns Hazen. “When we know we need a wrestling coach, I don't know why we don't put an ad in the paper for a wrestling coach and a teaching position, but instead of complaining about it, I just went ahead and applied for the job,” he said last Wednesday, a day before the Tanager squad was to compete in the regional meet in Sioux Falls. “We actually had a seeding meet last night (Feb. 12) at Sioux Falls Lincoln; we had seven kids seeded and the top four go to state,” he said. “The Regions start tomorrow (Feb. 14) which is Valentine's Day at 5 p.m. at Sioux Falls Lincoln.” The region tourney wrapped up Friday, Feb. 15. There are no seniors on this year's Vermillion wrestling team, made up of 27 young people. “We have a nice core of kids who are anywhere from sophomores to juniors,” Hazen said. “They are very good kids; the entire team is made up of hard workers who are easy to coach and easy to get along with, so we've had a lot of fun. “I was just talking with the kids – they've all said they've had fun and they can't believe how fast the season has gone,” he said. “Those are good signs that they're enjoying it.” The sport of wrestling seems to come naturally to the Bye family. Hazen's son Regan, a sophomore, wrestles for the Tanagers at 145 pounds. Brett Bye, son of Brook and Shelly Bye, is also a member of the team. Brook is Hazen's cousin. Hazen laughed when asked if coaching members of one's family poses any special challenges. “There haven't been any – they'll do anything I ask them to. They'll actually listen,” he said, “but all of the kids listen well. I'm very impressed with how good all of the kids behave, even our own.” Hazen chose to become involved in the coaching aspect of wrestling once again because he believes Vermillion High School athletes should have the opportunity to participate in the sport, “I think the best thing about it is, even though it's of course very demanding, kids do learn a lot of things, and they must be disciplined,” he said. “This year, our motto has been: 'Hard work,' and it shows. Each one our kids has gotten to be in the best shape they've been in their lives. “Another thing we emphasized this year is lifting weights,” Hazen said, “and we really started seeing results from that. They're buying into it, and hopefully, this is a step in the right direction. With the young core of kids that we've got, they know what it is going to take to excel and get better for next year.” Classifieds work! Call 624-4429 WANTED Cottonwood & Walnut Trees Along river bottoms, creeks, & streams. 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Broadcasteronline.c om LAND AUCTION 549.85 (±) Acres in Spirit Mound and Prairie Center Townships in Clay Co., SD In order to settle the Wilfred Schmidt Estate, we will offer at public auction the following Real Estate at the SD National Guard Armory, 603 Franklin St, Vermillion, South Dakota located 1 block south of Hwy 50 and HyVee intersection. Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 | Sale Time 10:00 a.m. ATTENTION BUYERS – The following farms will be sold separately, they will not be combined, and this will give the farmer or investor opportunity to buy highly productive ground that is nearly all tillable. Farm # 1: 70.21 (±) Acres: This farm has 68.64 tillable acres, great eye appeal, and lays level. According to Surety AgriData the farm has a productivity index of 85. From Vermillion Hwy 50 & 19 – 3 N, 1/2 E and 1/4 S 463rd Legal Description: S 1/2 of the NE 1/4, except Lots C & D in the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 35, T-93N, R-52-W, Spirit Mound Township, Clay County, SD Farm # 2: 80.98 (±) Acres: This farm has 78.45 tillable acres, lays level and according to Surety AgriData has a productivity index of 80.2. From Vermillion Hwy 50 & 19 – 3 N and 1/2 E 314th St Legal Description: W 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 36, T-93-N, R-52-W, Spirit Mound Township, Clay County, SD Farm # 3: 79.94 (±) Acres: 47.83 presently tillable acres, plus 29.7 acres in CRP at $94.91 per acre and expires in 2016, balance in building site. The farm lays level, has rural water and is joined by tar road. According to Surety AgriData has productivity index of 79.8. From Vermillion Hwy 50 & 464th Ave – 3 1/2 N 464th Ave Legal Description: S 1/2 of Lots 1 & 2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 30, T-93-N, R-51-W, Prairie Center Township, Clay County, SD Farm # 4: 160.19 (±) Acres: 153.32 presently tillable acres, plus 5.2 acres in CRP at $97.69 per acre and expires in 2016. This farm is all tillable and according to Surety AgriData has productivity index of 77.8. From Vermillion Hwy 50 & 464th Ave – 3 E and 7 1/2 N 467th Ave Legal Description: SW 1/4 of Section 3, T-93-N, R-51-W, Prairie Center Township, Clay County, SD Farm # 5: 78.49 (±) Acres: This improved farm has 61.57 tillable acres, balance in grass and building site, consists of 2 converted bunker silos made into storage 40’x100’& 32’x86’; machine shed 30’x32’; converted corn crib for storage 42’x44’; and two 8,000 bushel grain bins. The farm has a good location, rural water and is joined to the west by Hwy 19. According to Surety AgriData has productivity index of 77.9. From Vermillion Hwy 50 & 19 – 4 3/4 N Hwy 19 Legal Description: N 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section 23, T-93-N, R-52-W, except Lot H2, Spirit Mound Township, Clay County, SD Farm # 6: 80.04 (±) Acres: This farm has 78.53 tillable acres, lays level with great eye appeal. From Vermillion Hwy 50 & 19 – 4 N & 2 1/4 W 313th St Legal Description: W 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 28, T-93-N, R-52-W, Spirit Mound Township, Clay County, SD *According to the FSA Office these farms combined have 531.1 acres cropland with a corn base of 177.8 acres with 83 bu. Direct Yield and 112 bu. CC Yield and soybean base of 307.4 acres with 30 bu. Direct Yield and 36 bu. CC Yield. TERMS: 10% non-refundable earnest money deposit due on the day of the sale. Balance due on or before May 1, 2013. Title Insurance and Closing Fee split 50/50 between buyers and sellers and farms closed by Clay County Abstract & Title Co. Farms sold subject to any easements or right away of restrictions and to confirmation of personal representative. The farms are all leased for 2013 crop year with the buyer to receive $125 per tillable acre credit at closing, as this is the end of a 4 year lease. 2012 Real Estate Taxes to be paid by the Estate and 2013 Real Estate Taxes to be paid by the Buyer. Statements and descriptions believed accurate but not guaranteed. The Estate does not warranty or guarantee that the existing fences lie on the true and accurate boundary and any new fencing, if any, will be the responsibility of the purchaser, pursuant to South Dakota statues. Burlage Peterson Realty represent the seller in this transaction. For additional information contact Auctioneers and Realtors. Come prepared to buy. www.sdauctions.com WILFRED SCHMIDT ESTATE – OWNER Ernie Schmidt, Personal Representative AUCTIONEERS & REALTORS Lenny Burlage, Jim, Scott & Bob Peterson 317 4th St, Brookings, SD – 605-692-7102 www.burlagepeterson.com Scott Moore, Centerville, SD 605-366-8683 ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE Craig Thompson 109 Kidder St. Vermillion, SD 57069 605-624-2097
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