Three head and four assistant area basketball coaches were named the South Dakota Basketball Coaches Association’s coaches of the year for their regions.
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BROOKINGS — Led by individual champion Kellie Winckler, Andes Central won its school’s first team state title in any sport at the Class B girls’ state golf tournament Tuesday, coach Tom Cooney said.RELATED CONTENT
BROOKINGS — As sophomores and juniors, Howard’s Cal Wiese and Freeman’s Arron Licktieg finished in the top two spots at the Class B boys’ state golf tournament, with each winning the individual title once.
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SIOUX FALLS — For the second time in three years, the Mitchell Kernel boys’ tennis team was announced the winner of the Sportsmanship Award at the state tennis tournament Saturday at McKennan Park in Sioux Falls.
The Parkston girls’ golf team and Sydney Bormann return to the Class A state tournament to defend their titles today.
Mitchell High School girls’ golf coach Rob Marchand said his team has continually improved this season.
Mitchell's Alex Hegg was crowned a state champion at Flight 5 singles Saturday at the state boys' tennis tournament Saturday in Sioux Falls.
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