The Mitchell Aquatic Club is hosting the B Championships state swimming meet for the third straight year, the association learned Friday.RELATED CONTENT
WAGNER -- Parkston native Brady Nolz is taking over the Wagner High School wrestling team, pending school board approval at a regular June 10 meeting.RELATED CONTENT
South Central has three returning golfers from its undefeated, Class B state champion season from a year ago.
There are a lot of factors that favor the Mitchell spring baseball team headed into today’s Regional 3A tournament.RELATED CONTENT
Dakota Wesleyan University’s Amanda Hart is organizing a basketball camp that features four former NCAA Division I players, including a three-time national champion.RELATED CONTENT
A blast of rain and wind midway through the meet didn’t keep the Corsica/Stickney boys’ track and field team from its region dominance.RELATED CONTENT
There’s not as much stress for Chandler Nelson headed into today’s track and field meet as there was in past years.RELATED CONTENT
Mount Vernon native was record-setting ParalympianRELATED CONTENT
HOWARD — Alan and Cal Wiese love that golf is a game you play for your whole life.
Exactly two weeks before his squad takes the national stage, Adam Anderson and the Dakota Wesleyan University women’s golf team made a large mark on the Great Plains Athletic Conference postseason awards.
Picture a head coach on the Mitchell boys’ basketball bench next year who has played the sport at the Division I level.
Tom Young was 54 years old last April when he took over the Mitchell High School boys’ basketball program.
Dave Thorson paused, then clarified his words.RELATED CONTENT
Jim Cordts was resting at his home Friday afternoon in Madison. The former teacher and coach in Wessington, Howard and Madison will celebrate his birthday on Thursday, turning 78 years old.
When Frank Cutler moved to Platte and took over the boys’ basketball program, the first team he coached in 1989-90 qualified for the state tournament.RELATED CONTENT
PARKSTON — For four years, Kade Lingemann was living the life as a professional cowboy.
Tyson Kayser and Jared Van Winkle already feel they’re a part of the Dakota Wesleyan University football family.
It’s rather odd the South Dakota High School Activities Association doesn’t keep career-scoring records for high school basketball.RELATED CONTENT
Losing consumes a good coach.RELATED CONTENT
Mitchell coach Tom Young wanted to take away Pierre’s dominant players. That was the game plan anyway.RELATED CONTENT