Monday's sports briefs
Parkston baseball remains perfect
DIMOCK — The Parkston High School spring baseball team won three games over the weekend in Dimock to push its record to 12-0 with one regular-season game remaining.
Parkston topped Dakota Valley 10-3 in its first game Friday, with Jacob Weber pitching six innings, allowing six hits and striking out three. Zach Scott led the Parkston offense with three hits, including two doubles and drove in two runs.
Against Mount Vernon/Plankinton/Woonsocket Friday, Parkston won 5-1 with Dillon Stadlman getting win on the mound. Stadlman pitched six innings, allowing one run on three hits and striking out three. Spencer Lucas finished with on hit and two RBIs in the win.
Lucas pitched a complete game for Parkston in a 5-1 win over Elk Point-Jefferson Saturday, allowing six hits and one run, while striking out four. Ty Kinneberg led the offense with a double, two RBIS and a stolen base. Cole Donahue picked up a hit and an RBI.
Parkston plays its final game of the regular season against Mount Vernon/Plankinton/Woonsocket at 6 p.m. Friday in Mount Vernon.
Fossum sets heptathlon school record for DWU
CRETE, Neb. — The Dakota Wesleyan University outdoor track team competed at the Great Plains Athletic Conference championships over the weekend in Crete, Neb., with Jessica Fossum setting a school record in the heptathlon.
Fossum finished 10th in the event with 3,700 points, with her highest finish in the seven-event competition coming the shot put. She placed fourth with a toss of 32 feet, 8.25 inches.
Skylar Forgey, Jamie Geho, Jessica Neises and Abby Fossum set top 10 marks in various events in Tiger track history.
The Tigers compete in their final meet before the NAIA Outdoor National Championships and the Concordia Twilight Meet Friday in Seward, Neb.