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
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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.
Offense has been a strong point for the Mitchell spring baseball team this year.
Mitchell senior Kerri Young has been named this year’s South Dakota Miss Basketball Award winner, it was announced at a banquet Sunday in Sioux Falls.
Mitchell senior Kerri Young has been named this year’s South Dakota Miss Basketball Award winner, it was announced at a banquet Sunday in Sioux Falls.RELATED CONTENT
Mitchell’s Kirby Fuerst started the day on the mound and finished it at the plate.RELATED CONTENT
Jason Greenway holds a Mitchell High School record in the 200-meter dash. His identical twin brother, Justin, holds a state championship in the same event.
RAPID CITY — There wasn’t much passion from the normally high-intense Gary Munsen in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s state championship game.RELATED CONTENT
BROOKINGS — Wes Morgan continued to call timeouts, and the message was the same. It’s the same thing he has told his team all year, and it’s a saying he’ll keep in his pocket until he quits coaching.
Wagner girls’ basketball coach Mike Koupal didn’t sleep much Monday night.
Amanda Hart and Jalen Voss will be honored by the Great Plains Athletic Conference today. No official announcement has been made by league officials, but Hart will be named to the all-GPAC second team. Voss is being named honorable mention and will earn co-freshman of the year honors. Their coaches confirmed the honors Tuesday night, and it will be officially announced today by the GPAC.RELATED CONTENT
Ethan Opsahl’s best quality is his ability to keep a calm mind, Dakota Wesleyan University baseball coach Steve Gust said. Opsahl is a 6-foot-1 senior left-handed pitcher for the Tigers, and his knack for keeping cool on the diamond may lead to a career in baseball after college.RELATED CONTENT
Did Watertown ever really have a chance Tuesday night at the Corn Palace? In a day that was specifically set aside for Mitchell boys’ basketball coach Gary Munsen, players from several decades showed up to see the longtime coach in his last regular-season home game. The large crowd of 2,220 was not disappointed.RELATED CONTENT
For Mitchell High School basketball fans, the start of the season can’t come soon enough.RELATED CONTENT
One of the noteworthy plays in Friday’s 9A state high school football championship game was a record-breaking 81-yard touchdown pass Canistota quarterback Cody Bunger threw to Trevor Schroeder early in the fourth quarter.
There was a definite frustration from Mitchell football coach Kent VanOverschelde after Friday night’s 34-29 loss to Yankton.
The Dakota Wesleyan football team is lucky to have won its game Saturday against Hastings.RELATED CONTENT