Pierre T.F. Riggs gets one for the thumb in winning 5th straight South Dakota high school football state title

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It took Pierre T.F. Riggs every second of the South Dakota Class 11AA championship game to win the school’s fifth straight high school football championship.

Cole Peterson was the hero with a 40-yard game winning field goal as time expired, giving the Governors a 30-27 win over Tea.

Game MVP Lincoln Kienholz had a huge game with 347-yards passing with two touchdowns. On the ground, he ran for 190 with two more scores.

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