SIOUX FALLS — Mitchell’s Flight 5 Alex Hegg and Flight 6 Brenden Lehr both advanced championship after beating the fourth-seeded players in their flights Thursday at the state boys’ tennis tournament.RELATED CONTENT
SIOUX FALLS — Every seeded singles player and doubles team went undefeated Thursday for the Mitchell High School boys’ tennis squad at the state tournament in Sioux Falls.RELATED CONTENT
HARTFORD — Ethan/Parkston’s Weslee Dvorak won two individual Region 5A track and field titles and helped two relay teams to second-place finishes Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
With lightning, thunder and continuous rain, the Winner boys’ and girls’ track and field teams battled to sweep the Region 7A meet Thursday in Winner.RELATED CONTENT
With hopes of reaching the top five as a team, the Mitchell boys’ tennis team must have a good start to the state tournament today.
Kristin Sabers’ confidence on the golf course is up. The senior recorded a personal best by three strokes at the Eastern South Dakota Conference tournament May 4. Not only did she best herself, but she beat the rest of the field with a 69 to claim the individual title.RELATED CONTENT
There’s talk in Sioux Falls that Mitchell has a good tennis team, according to Mitchell native Andy Young.RELATED CONTENT
The Mitchell spring baseball team swept Sturgis in a doubleheader Sunday to secure a No. 1 seed in the region tournament.RELATED CONTENT
PARKSTON — Carley Skorepa is making her appearance in the record books at Scotland High School.RELATED CONTENT
Parkston native and former South Dakota State University volleyball standout Kelli Fiegen has signed to play professional volleyball in Switzerland, it was announced Friday by SDSU.
Try to picture the drive from Mitchell to Forestburg. Now, imagine running that distance instead.
Hard work does pay off. And Amelia Rew garnered the benefits of it last weekend in her final meet of her gymnastics career at the NCAA Regional Gymnastics Meet in Corvallis, Ore.RELATED CONTENT
Does the six-quarter rule in high school basketball counteract its purpose at the Class B level?RELATED CONTENT
Because of budget cuts in the school district, the Mitchell School High School gymnastics team began paying $8,000 per year to participate as a sanctioned sport four years ago.
Gary Munsen put a lifetime into basketball.RELATED CONTENT